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Healthcare Data Breaches Put 29 Million Patient Records at Risk in 3-Year Period, Analysis Finds

As the Obama Administration continues to advocate for a nationwide network of electronic health records that would allow for better information sharin...
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The Second Most Important Event of the Football Season Is Coming Up

Football is a huge deal in the United States. According to the National Football League (NFL), its 2014 season had 17.6 million viewers on average per...
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The Future of Solar Power in Brazil Just Got a Little Sunnier Thanks to a Severe Water Crisis

Solar power systems — both commercial and residential — have become so popular that by 2016, it’s estimated a new solar power system...
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Annual B2B Web Usability Report Finds Social Media and Blogging Ineffective

B2B marketing is different from B2C marketing campaigns on a fundamental level — everyone in the industry knows that, and it’s why there&#...
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Organization Helps Underprivileged Kids Get Some ‘Fresh Air’ at Summer Camps

Each year, children all over the United States attend summer camps in order to stay active while on vacation from school. But for some children, choic...
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Obamas Could Move to NYC in 2017 — and Snub the Windy City

Where a President chooses to move with his family after his term is over is usually a subject of interest and leaves at least a few cities vying to be...
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Do It Yourself Web Design Becoming More Popular With Businesses, Web Designers

Web design has traditionally relied heavily on programming code — until now. Techcrunch.com reports that code-free web design platforms are beco...
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The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Opens Its Doors to Animals

Given the kind of patients The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine has recently admitted, one wonders whether the eponymous founder had any pets himself....
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Spending Time With Kids Pays Off When Quality Is Valued More Than Quantity, Study Shows

Parenting has never been the easiest task in the world, but it certainly doesn’t get any easier when dealing with a full-time job as well. For w...
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State Mental Hospital May Turn Patients Away During Renovations

Kansas’ Osawatomie State Hospital may be freezing admissions in the near future as they attempt to finish mandatory updates and renovations. Med...