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Beehive Material Could Be Promising Lead in Search for Hair Loss Cure

Beehive Material Could Be Promising Lead in Search for Hair Loss Cure

Could honeybees hold the secret to treating hair loss? Research out of Hokkaido University in Japan is suggesting just that. According to the results of a study announced Dec. 10,…

Maine City Plans to Allow Year-Round Outdoor Dining

Maine City Plans to Allow Year-Round Outdoor Dining

In many cities and communities across the United States, area regulations prevent diners from drinking alcohol outdoors, or even dining on public streets during certain seasons. For this reason, many…

Small Businesses Increasingly Turn to Merchant Cash Advances as Loan Opportunities Dwindle

Small Businesses Increasingly Turn to Merchant Cash Advances as Loan Opportunities Dwindle

When the economy took a turn for the worse a few years ago, it became increasingly difficult for small businesses to get financed through the traditional bank loan. In the…

How Getting a Mortgage Just Got a Lot Easier

How Getting a Mortgage Just Got a Lot Easier

Getting a mortgage in the United States just got a little bit easier. Anyone who has ever shopped for a mortgage knows that one can be tough to acquire without…

New Jersey Official Forced to Retire After Taking Landscaping Equipment Home With Him

New Jersey Official Forced to Retire After Taking Landscaping Equipment Home With Him

Landscaping is an important aspect of homeownership for many people across the United States. However, if you don’t have the equipment yourself, standard practice is to rent or buy the…

How Web Designers Can Adapt as Google Penguin 3.0 Continues to Roll Out

How Web Designers Can Adapt as Google Penguin 3.0 Continues to Roll Out

Many search engine optimizers and web designers thought they were in the clear after adjusting to the Google Penguin 3.0 update on Oct. 17. Google has held itself to an…

Vermont Folk Hero Beats Corporate Fast Food Chain in Trademark Case

Vermont Folk Hero Beats Corporate Fast Food Chain in Trademark Case

It’s the classic underdog tale. It’s David versus Goliath in the court of law. It’s just a simple guy from Vermont, who quickly became symbolic of the “real food” movement…

California Supreme Court May Legislate the Environmental Impact of Single Family Homes

California Supreme Court May Legislate the Environmental Impact of Single Family Homes

When it comes to designing and building new homes, the environmental impact of the project may not always be a primary concern. However, in states like California, which is experiencing…

What the Republican Takeover of the House and Senate Will Mean for the HVAC Industry

What the Republican Takeover of the House and Senate Will Mean for the HVAC Industry

Last month, Republicans took over the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives in a sweeping electoral victory, but that doesn’t mean that heating and air conditioning professionals can…

The State of Marriage and Divorce in the U.S.: Making Sense of the Decline in Divorces and Marriages

The State of Marriage and Divorce in the U.S.: Making Sense of the Decline in Divorces and Marriages

A New York Times article recently busted the age old-myth everyone’s heard for years about marriage: namely, that 50% of them end in divorce. But that data doesn’t necessarily mean…

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