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US Home Experts Report Increased Demand for Walk-In Showers, High-End Bathroom Features

US Home Experts Report Increased Demand for Walk-In Showers, High-End Bathroom Features

Bathtubs are by no means going extinct in the U.S., but home experts say that more and more homeowners across the country are choosing to replace bathtubs in master suites with…

Study Shows Homeowners Are Spending More on Remodeling

Study Shows Homeowners Are Spending More on Remodeling

When it comes to construction, many people likely think of building a new home. However, the latest in remodeling news shows that a growing number of clients who hire contractors…

History Repeats Itself with Wastewater Spill in North Dakota Creek

History Repeats Itself with Wastewater Spill in North Dakota Creek

On Jan. 25, North Dakota’s Blacktail Creek saw its largest wastewater spill in 10 years — and one twice as large as the oil that spilled into Yellowstone River in…

Nearly Half of Drivers Take to the Road Despite Knowing About Dangerous Car Problems, Survey Shows

Nearly Half of Drivers Take to the Road Despite Knowing About Dangerous Car Problems, Survey Shows

A recent survey carried out in the United Kingdom revealed that nearly half the respondents had driven despite knowing of risky maintenance problems on their cars. A full 45% said…

Blunt of Blizzard 2015 Hits New England, Sparing NYC, as More Storms Approach

Blunt of Blizzard 2015 Hits New England, Sparing NYC, as More Storms Approach

A National Weather Service meteorologist may have apologized for overestimating the amount of snow New York City would receive in what Mayor Bill DeBlasio warned residents could be “one of…

Realtor Receives Drone Use Exemption

Realtor Receives Drone Use Exemption

Unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, are growing in popularity. Originally developed for military use, drones can be used to survey crops, deliver products, or explore Mars. Currently, commercial use of…

Why One Boston Plastic Surgeon Feels the Botox Breast Lift is a ‘Gimmick’

Why One Boston Plastic Surgeon Feels the Botox Breast Lift is a ‘Gimmick’

Every year, thousands of women line up to undergo breast augmentation or enhancement surgery, in order to achieve what they feel is the perfect bust. According to the American Society…

Portland Water Treatment Company Proposes the Use of Purified Wastewater… in Beer?

Portland Water Treatment Company Proposes the Use of Purified Wastewater… in Beer?

Craft beer makers are known for experimenting with some strange brewing ingredients, to create everything from bacon and maple syrup-flavored ale to stout brewed with oysters. But now a group…

Measles Outbreak Traced Back to California’s Disneyland Park During December 2014

Measles Outbreak Traced Back to California’s Disneyland Park During December 2014

Despite proudly being known as “The Happiest Place on Earth,” California’s Disneyland theme park was recently the setting for a large measles outbreak in the U.S. According to the LA Times, the…

Bitcoin Payment Processor’s $1.1 Million Theft May Have Been Inside Hacking Job, According to Blog

Bitcoin Payment Processor’s $1.1 Million Theft May Have Been Inside Hacking Job, According to Blog

Bitcoin payment processor EgoPay was hacked in late December, according to the company’s Jan. 22 blog post. Although the initial prediction was a loss of $1 million to $1.5 million…