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Texas Creates Concussion Registry to Track Student Athlete Safety

A new registry is taking shape in Texas to track youth athletes and their rates of sports-related head injuries. Once established, the ConTex registry...
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Winter Flu Levels Less Than Normal, But Slowly Increasing

Influenza has continually been a healthcare problem across the United States. The flu virus itself can survive on hard surfaces for up to 48 hours, wh...
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Tesla Unveils Plans for Solar-Powered Roofing Material

Metal roofs have been known to last over 30 years with minimal maintenance. They are high quality roofing products that keep a home’s warmth ins...
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Etsy’s Success to Continue With New Apple Pay Feature

It appears that the vintage and handmade goods online marketplace is alive and well as Etsy’s most recent report secured its place as one of the top...
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Pre-Election Polls Showed Married Couples Voting Differently as Women Continue to Lean Further Left

Men and women haven’t agreed on politics since the elections of 1972 and 1976. Then, the results were practically mirrored. Regardless of sex, t...
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Unemployed Men More Likely to Divorce Than Men With Jobs

Studies have shown that unemployed men are more likely to go through a divorce than men with stable jobs. This means that one’s professional life do...
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Personal Data Breach at Red Cross Blood Services in Australia Affects Half a Million Donors

Red Cross Australia has experienced a massive security breach, in which the personal data of over 550,000 blood donors, including information about &#...
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Endangered Pangolins Necessary For Termite Control

If you own a home, you know that bugs can be a big problem. While some, like fruit flies and ants, are merely a nuisance, others can be completely des...
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Study Finds that Ultrasounds Have No Effect in Treatment of Broken Bones

Hospitals as well as 80% of urgent care centers are equipped to treat broken bones as well as minor fractures. While ultrasounds, a technology gener...
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New Study Shows Obese Children Have Different Gut Bacteria Than Their Leaner Peers

According to a recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, obese children have different kinds of bacteria living ...