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Archive for: May 2014

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Price of Gold Continues to Fall, Shows No Sign of Stopping

In September 2011, the market price of gold hit its all-time peak at $1,895 per ounce. Almost three years later, on May 13, 2014, USA Today reported ...
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Kick off Boating Season with Safety Tips for Boats and Docks

During the summer, many Americans will enjoy boating in the open waters of the lakes, rivers, and oceans in and surrounding the United States. However...
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Workday Releases New Application to Integrate HR and Recruitment

Every recruitment agency works to find businesses the best employees. They utilize a number of methods to reach out to potential candidates, including...
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Jennifer Lopez Opens Up About Life-Changing Divorce From Marc Anthony

Singer Jennifer Lopez (J-Lo) is finally opening up about her divorce from long-time husband Marc Anthony. “Jennifer Lopez is speaking out about ...
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Rain Storms Leaving Homeowners Up to Their Knees in Water and Upset About Lack of Insurance Coverage

The recent downpour of rain across the country has raised serious concerns for several homeowners. Basements have flooded as the rain seeps through th...
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Urgent Cares See Growing Approval From Not Only Patients, But Landlords as Well

People with mild health problems that wish to avoid the expense and long wait of the emergency room, and the difficulty with scheduling an appointment...
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Sham Home Renovation Company Scams Money From Elderly Homeowners

In Sharonville, Ohio, police are looking for a sham home improvement business operator. Instead of providing elderly individuals with upgrades to thei...
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How to Benefit from National Home Remodeling Month This May

May is National Home Remodeling Month — and as temperatures finally begin to warm up after a rough winter, now is the best time to think about r...
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Second Case of MERS Diagnosed in the States, Following Warnings from UN

Following the confirmation of a second diagnosed case of Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) in the United States, federal health officials have a...
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L.A. Elementary School Receives $10,000 Grant from Seeds of Change for Community Garden Initative

Carthay Elementary School, located in Los Angeles, is one of 17 schools to receive a $10,000 grant from Seeds of Change, an organic seed and farming s...