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The Bald Facts on a Hair Loss Miracle

The Bald Facts on a Hair Loss Miracle

Since the age of two, Kyle Rhodes has suffered from alopecia universalis, a rare autoimmune disease that causes the loss of all hair on the body and the development of…

Former Education Department Official Investigated for Possible Ethics Violations

Former Education Department Official Investigated for Possible Ethics Violations

Two Republican senators are asking the Obama administration for the former Education Department’s deputy undersecretary’s phone records and emails, owing to an ongoing investigation into possible ethics violations. Last year, The…

Mumbai Aims to Improve Train Safety By Adding Automatic Sliding Doors to Its Trains

Mumbai Aims to Improve Train Safety By Adding Automatic Sliding Doors to Its Trains

Citizens in Mumbai in India can face dangers when traveling by train, but the city’s railway officials aim to change the trains’ conditions by adding one crucial component: automatic sliding…

Viral Video Provides Cautionary Tale: Fireworks and Floating Docks Don’t Mix

Viral Video Provides Cautionary Tale: Fireworks and Floating Docks Don’t Mix

What was supposed to be a grand fireworks display turned into a dangerous fire that destroyed a private floating dock on a lake. The video, which was posted to YouTube, shows…

Survival Has Never Tasted Better

Survival Has Never Tasted Better

Baked beans, bacon, hot dogs, s’mores, banana boats, and flap-jacks are all culinary staples of camping, but they’re not exactly gourmet cuisine. Though most think that roughing it in the…

ADHD Drugs for Children Haven’t Been Tested for Longterm Effects, Study Finds

ADHD Drugs for Children Haven’t Been Tested for Longterm Effects, Study Finds

According to new research from investigators at Boston Children’s Hospital in Massachusetts, studies on longterm use of ADHD treatment drugs for children have not occurred. The findings are especially concerning given that…

Veterinary Mobility Act Passed By Senate, Ready for President’s Signature

Veterinary Mobility Act Passed By Senate, Ready for President’s Signature

On Wednesday, July 16, the U.S. Senate unanimously approved the Veterinary Mobility Act — about a week after the House of Representatives unanimously approved it as well. The bill will now head…

Why Is Direct Mail Marketing Still Around? Simple — Because It Works

Why Is Direct Mail Marketing Still Around? Simple — Because It Works

Recently, Business 2 Community asked how a direct mail marketing campaign could benefit a business. They framed their discussion by first pointing out that direct mail marketing is one of the most…

City of Detroit Planning to Cut $7 Billion of its Debt in Bankruptcy

City of Detroit Planning to Cut $7 Billion of its Debt in Bankruptcy

The City of Detroit is expecting to get rid of $7 billion of its debt in bankruptcy court by significantly reducing retiree pension and health care costs, according to a July…

Heavy Rains Cause Flooding Across the United States

Heavy Rains Cause Flooding Across the United States

Heavy rainfall across the United States has caused a number of small floods across the nation this week, with residences in Staten Island and Colorado filling with water after water…