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29-Year-Old Entrepreneur Turns Down Harvard to Start In-Home Senior Care Company

29-Year-Old Entrepreneur Turns Down Harvard to Start In-Home Senior Care Company

Most people would take advantage of an offer to attend Harvard Business School in a heartbeat, but budding entrepreneur Josh Bruno blew off the Ivy League school to focus on…

Republican Presidential Candidates Set Their Sights on South Carolina After Trump Takes New Hampshire

Republican Presidential Candidates Set Their Sights on South Carolina After Trump Takes New Hampshire

The race to become the Republican presidential nominee has been anything but predictable, and many believe that the upcoming primary in South Carolina will play a pivotal role in determining…

Can You Withstand 104 Degrees Fahrenheit Without an Air Conditioner?

Most people are always on the lookout for a way to reduce their utility bills. According to Energy Matters, South Australians are doing just that by avoiding using their air…

Netflix Completes Transition to Cloud Computing for Video Streaming Business

Netflix Completes Transition to Cloud Computing for Video Streaming Business

Cloud computing is widely accepted as the data storage solution of the future, and one of the biggest media streaming companies on the planet recently made a notable shift towards…

Indiana Lawmakers Look to Raise Cap On Medical Malpractice Payouts

Indiana Lawmakers Look to Raise Cap On Medical Malpractice Payouts

The issue of medical malpractice is always a divisive one. There are good arguments to be made on both sides in terms of a doctor or healthcare professional’s responsibilities, patient-care…

This New Procedure Could Change The Fate of Lower Back Pain Sufferers

Back pain is an all-too-common ailment in the United States. In fact, at any given moment, 31 million Americans experience lower back pain. But now, a groundbreaking clinical trial on…

Winter Storm Mars the Latest to Leave Residents Digging Out of the Snow

Winter Storm Mars the Latest to Leave Residents Digging Out of the Snow

For many parts of the country, this winter has been particularly mild. Central New York cities like Rochester and Syracuse, for example — areas infamously known for massive snowfall —…

How — And Why — Budweiser Always Wins the Super Bowl

How — And Why — Budweiser Always Wins the Super Bowl

It’s that time of year again: Super Bowl 2016. Football might be one of the most distinctly American sports around, but the commercials shown during the Super Bowl are more…

Study: Yes, Cellphone Use Can Lead to Lowered Sperm Counts

Study: Yes, Cellphone Use Can Lead to Lowered Sperm Counts

Men who talk on cellphones for more than an hour a day double their risk of damaging their sperm count, according to a new study by the Technion Israel Institute…

Florida Fumigators Charged with Two Federal Crimes After Poisoning 10-Year-Old Boy

Florida Fumigators Charged with Two Federal Crimes After Poisoning 10-Year-Old Boy

A pest control company in Florida is now facing federal charges after a six-month investigation found them to have committed several violations during a fumigation, leaving a young boy with…

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