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Ranking the Greenest Cities in the U.S.

Ranking the Greenest Cities in the U.S.

Cities aren’t known for being environmentally conscious – they’re large, they’re busy, and with higher population densities, they’re usually high in emissions. Pollutants can contaminate the air, the ground, the water supply, and even seep into surrounding areas. Not to mention, as pollutant hotspots, cities are large contributors to greenhouse gases, effectively adding to global...
The History of Medical Malpractice

The History of Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice has been around since the advent of medicine. Where there were medical procedures there were procedures that went badly, a fact that regrettably still rings true today. Although modern medicine and its strict regulations have advanced enough to make malpractice a rarity, there are still a few cases every year. However, doctors haven’t...
Men vs. Women: What's In Your Closet?

Men vs. Women: What’s In Your Closet?

It’s no secret that men and women have very different habits when it comes to buying and wearing clothing, but just how different are those wardrobe habits? A recent study polled men and women from various regions in the US to determine what differences really exist when it comes to buying and wearing our attire....
Dating Apps-- Just for Hookups?

Dating Apps– Just for Hookups?

There are a lot of dating apps in use nowadays, and if you’re like me, you’re probably curious as to what type of use these apps are getting and what the actual dating outcomes are for users. Are these apps strictly for one-night stands, or do the users end up getting hitched to their matches?...
Appreciation Rates of Retirement Savings Strategies

Appreciation Rates of Retirement Savings Strategies

Outlining and executing a plan to save for retirement can be overwhelming and made even more confusing by the number of available investment alternatives out there. A good starting point in making your savings decisions is to look at the various pre versus post tax investments. Pre-tax investments allow you to put off paying taxes on the amount you...
Patient Perspectives: What Goes Into Selecting a Doctor?

Patient Perspectives: What Goes Into Selecting a Doctor?

In a recent study, respondents were asked to weigh in on the various factors that impact their selection of a doctor. From bedside manner to the proximity of a the doctor’s office to the patient’s home, details like these ultimately affect which doctor the patient ends up seeing.

Everything a Homeowner Needs to Know about Termites

It’s hard to believe February is already upon us. Based on what the groundhog sees tomorrow, we’ll know whether we have six more weeks of winter in store, or if we’ll see an early start to spring. With spring comes warmer weather, longer days, and flowers in bloom. Unfortunately it can also mean an unwelcome...
Trade Show Planning - Does it Work?

Trade Show Planning – Does it Work?

Even in the new world of web-driven sales and marketing, many businesses still believe that trade shows can be effective in promoting new products, maintaining business relationships, and converting potential buyers. According to Exhibit Edge, however, success at trade shows is still totally dependent on how well they are executed. According to their new infographic,...
The 10 People You Meet At a Trade Show

The 10 People You Meet At a Trade Show

I consider myself somewhat of a trade show expert. I’ve attended numerous shows through the years and, without a doubt, one of my favorite aspects of any show is always the people watching. From a franchise show in Toronto to a furniture expo in Orlando and everywhere in between, regardless of the location or the...
The Life Cycle of a Data Breach

The Life Cycle of a Data Breach

62% of organizations expect to be compromised in 2016 so if your organization has not yet been a victim of a data breach, it most likely will be at some point in time. Data breaches occur frequently and one of the more unsettling aspects of them is the timeframe it takes for an organization to...
Medical Error: Third Leading Cause of Death

Medical Error: Third Leading Cause of Death

The number of annual deaths caused by medical error has grown over the past years, making it now the # 3 cause of death in America behind only cancer and heart disease. Negligent acts like missed diagnoses, wrong site surgeries, and incorrect drug prescriptions accounted for a staggering 251,000 deaths in America last year. While...
Veteran Olympians: Past & Present

Veteran Olympians: Past & Present

I’ve been in a bit of a funk this week and have finally been able to pinpoint the reason why – I miss the Olympics! Every four years I look forward to watching the events and find myself spending way too much time scouring the Internet for cool coverage of the athletes. The commitment and...