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Nov 08, 2016
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...
Nov 07, 2016
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...
Oct 26, 2016
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...
Oct 24, 2016
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 ...
Oct 20, 2016
The Fight for the Air Conditioner: How World Leaders Are Stopping These Systems in Their Tracks
As of right now, there are over 300 bills waiting for Senate action. One bill, however, has been deemed so important that it has gotten the attention ...
Oct 20, 2016
Dementia Could Be Diagnosed Using Bomb Detection Technology
Although one in three seniors passes away with Alzheimer’s Disease or another form of dementia, there’s still quite a lot we don’t k...
Oct 20, 2016
Artificial Bone Made With 3D Printer May Be Next Major Medical Breakthrough
Scientists have developed a new artificial bone that can be designed and produced with a 3D printer. Now, experts are saying that it could be the next...
Oct 17, 2016
Study: One in Three Fatal Motorcycle Accidents Caused By Alcohol
A new study in Ireland has found that one in three fatal motorcycle accidents is due to excessive alcohol consumption before driving. Nearly half of t...
Oct 05, 2016
Cows in Fukushima Radiation Zone Become Tools for Scientific Research
Approximately one in every 15 U.S. homes is estimated to contain radon levels above the action level set forth by the EPA, but no home in the U.S. has...
Sep 29, 2016
Companies Are Experimenting With Paid Vacation and Seeing Surprising Results
Approximately 37% of families reported that vacations made them happier. Fortunately, companies are beginning to recognize just how important vacation...
Major Changes Coming to Twitter’s Advertising Strategy
Rhode Island Coffee Shop Employees Get Their Own Piece of the Pie
Russian Aerial Innovation Could Save Natural Gas Market
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