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White House Announces New Computer Science Education Initiatives

It’s a well-known fact that the sooner you introduce your child to a new language, the better. Before the age of 10 is the ideal time frame. How...
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Westchester Dentist Denied Treatment to Patient Due to Her HIV Status, Lawsuit Claims

According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, 99.7% of adults find it important to have a healthy smile. But despite her dental needs, Yvet...
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Drivers and Pedestrians Urged to be Careful in Parking Lots During Holiday Season

Whether behind the wheel or behind a shopping cart, officials are urging consumers to be careful in parking lots this holiday season. According to a p...
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Trump’s Presidency Can Have a Large Impact on International and Domestic Adoptions

Donald Trump’s presidency has the potential to drastically change both domestic and international adoptions from their current state. Due to his...
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Zika Shown to Damage Fertility In Mice

Small pests and bugs can inflict a surprising amount of damage. A homeowner who finds termite damage is likely to spend upwards of $3,000 to repair it...
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New Jersey Woman Fired After Revealing Breast Cancer Diagnosis

A woman in New Jersey is suing her former employer, claiming that she was fired after revealing that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. Carmel...
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Ohio Man Arrested for 16th Drunk Driving Charge

More than 1.1 million Ohio residents have at least one conviction for drinking and driving. One Ohio man in particular, however, has just been arreste...
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Has the Smartphone Actually Made Our Roads Less Safe? Some Researchers Are Skeptical

The abundance of technology in today’s society, coupled with a rise in traffic fatalities, draws an obvious conclusion: smartphone use and distr...
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New Study Reveals Multivitamin Usage in the U.S. Dropping

Individuals in the U.S. have been taking multivitamins and other supplements since the 1940s when they first became available, but a new study suggest...
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Target’s Vertical Farming Initiative Will Shorten the Gap Between Farm and Table

Starting in the spring of 2017, Target plans to test out a new agricultural technique that will potentially bring the “farm-to-table” movement to ...