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Google Releases Video Explaining How They Protect Users’ Information, Conform to Law Enforcement

Google Releases Video Explaining How They Protect Users’ Information, Conform to Law Enforcement

In light of the growing concern over private information security, Google recently released a video explaining what they do when government authorities request user information for criminal investigations. The video…

New Research Shows Synthetic Bone Grafts Only Require Three Months to Heal

New Research Shows Synthetic Bone Grafts Only Require Three Months to Heal

For over 25 million Americans without teeth, struggling with dentures, some recent research may give them something to smile about. Traditionally, synthetic bone grafts were thought to need a minimum…

HUD Announces New Funding For Repairs and Preservations of Public Housing Across Nation

HUD Announces New Funding For Repairs and Preservations of Public Housing Across Nation

Last week, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded almost $1.8 billion to public housing authorities across the nation. All 50 states, as well U.S. territories such as Guam, Puerto…

Smartphone-Controlled AC Unit Set for Delivery This Summer

Smartphone-Controlled AC Unit Set for Delivery This Summer

For the most part, the start of spring has meant warmer temperatures for Americans, and, although some are still shivering from the effects of a brutally-cold winter, summer is just…

American Eagle Announces Spring Line of New, Trendy Dogwear

American Eagle Announces Spring Line of New, Trendy Dogwear

American Eagle is rolling out a new line of clothes specifically tailored to fit your pup. The fun doesn’t stop there. The retailer will also release considerably larger clothes styled in…

Your Hospital Infection Could be Coming From Your Doctor’s Stethoscope

Your Hospital Infection Could be Coming From Your Doctor’s Stethoscope

According to a recent study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings, there is one surprising way that illness-causing bacteria and viruses are often being spread from patient to patient in hospital settings. Research…

Philadelphia In Running For $30 Million Federal Grant

Philadelphia In Running For $30 Million Federal Grant

Senator Robert P. Casey Jr. announced Monday that Philadelphia was one of six cities in the running for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s “Choice Neighborhood” grant, which would gift the…

Latest Case-Shiller Report Finds Housing Market Still Fluctuating

Latest Case-Shiller Report Finds Housing Market Still Fluctuating

One friend might tell you that the United States is slowly crawling out of the housing crisis while another may mention how things are actually getting worse in the market.…

Cubicles Becoming Outdated as They Turn 50

Cubicles Becoming Outdated as They Turn 50

“Happy birthday cubicles!” said no one ever. But 50 years ago, in the spring of 1964, Robert Probst’s modular workplace, known as the “Action Office” was first developed. While it was…

After Raising $1.5 Mil, WedPics Poised to Become Go-To Wedding App

After Raising $1.5 Mil, WedPics Poised to Become Go-To Wedding App

Social networks have made sharing every tiny event in our lives easier than ever. Plus, it just feels good to get 12 likes on an artfully styled shot of your fruit-infused breakfast…

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