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Impending Google Algorithm Update Has Small Business Owners Scrambling for Mobile Web Help

Mobile web usage has been on the rise ever since smartphones and tablets became accessible and affordable, and for years now, consumers have been usin...
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Junior Squash Tournament in Cairo Canceled Amid Terrorism Concerns, but Other Tournaments Are Coming Up

The season for tennis and squash tournaments is heating up in some places, but other groups have had to modify their plans due to unforeseen circumsta...
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Oregon Introduces New Online System to Let Cannabis Businesses Apply for and Renew Licenses

Opportunities for cannabis businesses in the United States are slowly but surely expanding, and this week entrepreneurs received some help in Oregon. ...
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New Study Suggests Plant and Fish-Based Diets Could Reduce the Risk of Colorectal Cancers

From its rich levels of polyunsaturated fatty acids to its high protein content, there are plenty of reasons to buy fresh seafood for you and your fam...
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Car Involved in Fatal Hit and Run Found by Police

Police in Coral Gables, Florida are investigating a hit-and-run accident that has left a bicyclist dead. The yet-unidentified cyclist was found by a C...
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Intercollegiate Gymnastics Comes to the University of Delaware

The University of Delaware has become the newest school to add gymnastics as a club sport. Like other intercollegiate gymnastics clubs, the Universit...
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USDA Regulations Force Llamas of Social Media Fame Into Early Retirement

The most famous llamas in recent memory are ultimately being retired from public life — much to their owners’ disappointment. Last month, ...
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Report Reveals How Much the Sugar Industry Influenced Dental Advisory Committees in the 1970s

Back in 1971, the National Institute of Dental Research (NIDR) founded the National Caries Program in an attempt to increase government regulation of ...
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Burglars Steal $1,300 Worth of… Nail Polish?

It seems that some people are more afraid of the fashion police than of regular law enforcement. At the end of February, a thief stole 400 bottles of...