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Occupational Health and Safety Administration Focuses On Apartment Safety

Occupational Health and Safety Administration Focuses On Apartment Safety

As more and more property issues occur across the U.S., an emphasis is being placed on OSHA compliance. In Ohio, a college student discovered a serious carbon monoxide problem in…

What Spokane is Doing to Combat Increased Vehicle Theft Rates

What Spokane is Doing to Combat Increased Vehicle Theft Rates

The most frequently searched price range for a used vehicle is under $5,000, but car thieves in Spokane, Washington are only interested in vehicles they may be able to steal.…

Study Finds Aerobic Exercise May Help Kids With Behavioral Health Disorders

Study Finds Aerobic Exercise May Help Kids With Behavioral Health Disorders

Most parents know that in order to perform well in school, kids need a strong support system, nutritious diet, and ample sleep. But with an increasingly digital world, it can…

Catheter Recalls Into the Millions, Lawsuits to Follow

Catheter Recalls Into the Millions, Lawsuits to Follow

Although a primitive catheter might be painful to imagine, for at least 3,500 years, urinary catheters have been used to drain the bladder when it is unable to empty on…

Studies Show Divorces Spike in January and March Every Year

Studies Show Divorces Spike in January and March Every Year

The holidays are over, which means it’s officially National Divorce Month, or as most people call it — January. At the beginning of the new year, people tend to reevaluate…

Canadian Bank Fails to Report Over 1,100 Suspicious Transactions to Money Laundering Agency

Canadian Bank Fails to Report Over 1,100 Suspicious Transactions to Money Laundering Agency

A Canadian bank has been fined $1.15 million for failing to report suspicious transactions in a breach of anti-money-laundering law. The nation’s money-laundering agency, Fintrac, is refusing to name the…