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Archive for: October 2015

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Shepherd One: How the Pope Flew Across the U.S.

Charter planes are typically the mode of air travel for the wealthy, the influential, and/or the powerful, as data from 2013 shows that 0.9% of respon...
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Georgia Hospital Updates Electronic Medical Records Systems as Part of Bigger Project

As experts and professionals across the country try to find better ways to cut costs in the healthcare industry, one of the fastest growing trends is ...
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Wisconsin Plumbers Help Bring Sanitation to India

Most people don’t spend much time thinking about global issues, such as sanitation. But four Wisconsin plumbers will help Team USA compete in a ...
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Pools Will Soon Be Able To Disappear Into The Floor

According to a recent report from the Wall Street Journal, the modern swimming pool is ready to receive a new upgrade in the form of a disappearing po...
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Report Shows Safest and Most Dangerous States for Car Accidents

A new report has broken down each state by car accident deaths to show the safest and most dangerous states for drivers. Researchers Michael Sivak and...
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U.S. Military Scours the Atlantic for Survivors of Shipwreck Caused by Hurricane Joaquin

U.S. military rescue teams from the Coast Guard and Navy are searching for survivors of a fatal shipwreck that was caused by the devastating condition...
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State Incentives Attract Data Centers

In Kansas City, MO, there is an old limestone mine that had seemed perfect to house a data center. With numerous benefits to give the potential center...
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Encinitas Opens City’s First Community Garden

Like the 113.5 million people who garden annually in the U.S., the citizens of Encinitas, California, are ready to reap their harvest now that their c...