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Tree Killing Beetle Targets Colorado’s Spruce Trees after Lodgepole Epidemic Declines

For the past two decades, a mountain pine beetle epidemic has ravaged the lodgepole pines in Colorado’s forests. But now, as most of the vulnera...
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More Massage Business Arrests Not Deterring Consumers

Six people were arrested this week for illegally running a massage therapy business in Glen Ellyn, IL. The police reports were made available on a loc...
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Federal Report Finds That Many Children with Medicaid are Not Receiving Proper Dental Care

President Obama’s health care overhaul was supposed to benefit low-income families, but a recent federal investigation has revealed that it may ...
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Former Dentist Files Lawsuit Against Youtuber for Video Highlighting Abuse

Gordon Trent Austin, a dentist based in Carrollton, Georgia, was indicted in 2009 on multiple accounts of battery and assault. The charges were brough...
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The New Sleep Apnea Treatment Comes in a Cannabis-Based Pill

Ask any doctor and they’ll tell you that getting a good night’s sleep is essential for good mental and physical health. But for those with...
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Unconventional Attempts at Thawing Pipes are Resulting in Dangerous and Damaging House Fires

Winter is in full swing, and with that, pipes in homes across the country are freezing. And while many resort to unconventional tactics, firefighters ...
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Airport Workers Across the Country Protest for Better Wages and Working Conditions on MLK Day

As part of their campaign for a $15-per-hour minimum wage and a benefits package, thousands of U.S. national airport employees held a protest on Marti...
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With Over 1,000 Cats Living in Her Home Lynea Lattanzio is a Crazy Cat Lady For a Cause

The term “crazy cat lady” is alive and well in popular culture, but no one dons the title as well as Lynea Lattanzio of Parlier, CA. But d...
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New Study Shows How Much Young Parents Use Social Media — And It’s A Lot

Young adults may have one of the strongest ties to social media sites, and according to a new study which evaluated 8,000 young parents in eight diffe...
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Baltimore Officials Call for Necessary Air Conditioning Installations in Schools

Many students in Baltimore County, MD, have long been without adequate arrangements at school. About one-third of schools in the area are without air ...