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Why Exactly Do We Need Sleep? Researchers Aim to Find Out

Researchers are getting closer and closer to figuring out why the human body sleeps. While there have been countless sleep studies done in animals of all species, the reason why we sleep More »

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Video: Is This Glass Skateboard the Worst Idea in Skating History?

Is this glass skateboard really the worst idea in skating history, or a hilarious idea tailor made for the YouTube generation? Judging from a new viral video, the answer is definitely both. More »

Women with Pets May Have Lower Risk of Heart Disease

Every pet owner likely understands the emotional benefits of caring for a domestic animal, but new research suggests that owning a pet may be good for your physical health, too. A recent More »

Top Athletes Backing Out of Rio Olympics Because of Zika Virus

Many athletes are backing out of the 2016 Rio Olympics because of Zika virus scares. The number one golfer in the world, Jason Day, announced on June 27, that he is joining the list of athletes sitting out of the

GM Teams With NASA to Create Robotic Glove That Will Assist Factory Workers

In the United States, there are approximately 7.8 million production workers in the construction industry. And pretty soon, some of those workers could be using robotic extremities to perform tasks not suitable for the human hand. According to CBS Detroit,

Study Finds Long-Term Marijuana Use Linked to Periodontal Disease

A new study found that middle-aged people who have smoked marijuana for a long time could have a higher risk of developing periodontal disease. According to Live Science, the study also shows there are no other links between long-term marijuana

Study Shows Over 50% of Teen Crashes are Caused by Distracted Driving

The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety released a new study documenting statistics surrounding teen driving accidents. Researchers found that from 2007 to 2015, more than 50% of all teen crashes involved some form of distracted driving. According to LiveScience, the

Employers Must Follow New OSHA Requirements Regarding Workplace Injury Reporting

New U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements have been put in place to increase the amount of workplace injury reporting. The new regulations came from one of OSHA’s top attorneys and the former Assistant Secretary

A Father Finally Finds His Son After Three Years, Hopes to Have Him Come Home

A mother, along with her then nine-year-old son, fled from Ireland in 2013. But after the boy’s mother died earlier this May, his father is now hoping to regain custody. John Hopkins, a 40-year-old father, has not seen his son

America’s First Muslim Clothing Store Challenges Stereotypes

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A typical American woman has 30 outfits in her closet for different uses and events, whereas in 1930 women had just nine outfits each. Yet when it comes to dressing for the occasion, a young entrepreneur is working to challenge

U.S Navy Changes Tattoo Regulations in Order to Bring Millennials Aboard

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Over half (53%) of employed workers are open to finding a new job even if they are not looking actively. And the United States Navy is hoping to win over some of these job seekers with the implementation of their

Tribal Leaders and Arizona Congressman Call For Obama to Protect Grand Canyon

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Over the past week, tribal leaders and Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva have asked President Obama to bypass Congress and name the 1.7 million acres around the Grand Canyon as a national monument. Grijalva, a Democrat, is asking for Obama to

New Technological Advancements in Treatment for Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis affects more than 4% of the population, according to new reports. And thankfully, there are various treatments that dermatologists, cosmetic surgeons, and other medical professionals recommend if you’re suffering from “the night sweats.” “Clinically diagnosed axillary hyperhidrosis affects over