The Stuttgart Legal Center has a few tips to help you make the best of a bad situation.
How to sort trash, recycle and go green with environmentally friendly products in Germany.
A nationwide shortage of EpiPens has prompted a change in policy concerning their administration.
Making a few small changes to your daily doings could make a big difference to sustainability—and the Army’s energy bill!
Enjoy your travels, but be safe and consider these tips from the USAG Stuttgart Protection Branch.
An estimated 25% of pregnant women carry the Group B Streptococcus (GBS) bacteria.
Harboring anger, bitterness, and unforgiveness is like lugging a colossal ruck sack needlessly.
Q: “I read that article in “The Stuttgart Citizen” last month–the one about wills, written by that extremely intelligent and handsome JAG officer–and I still don’t want a will.”
These event recycling tips will help you keep cleaner and greener with ease by helping you reduce waste at the source.
Q: My first sergeant told me I need to get a will before I deploy, but I don’t know why I would need one.
Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the U.S. and the second leading cause of death from cancer.
So are you running a business? Do you need a German tax number or even a U.S. tax ID?
To help you and your child adjust and get the sleep you both need set up a bedtime routine that helps prepare your bodies and minds for sleep.
Electrical injuries represent a serious workplace health and safety issue.
Since 2005, commissaries have recycled or diverted almost 1.6 billion pounds of waste from landfills all around the world.