Uber Testing Bike-Sharing Service in San Francisco

While Uber is known for their car services, the company is beginning to offer rides on a new mode of transportation. San Francisco residents will have the opportunity to reserve pedal-assist electric More »

Drone Technology Drastically Improving Structural Inspections

Under normal circumstances, a homeowner’s roof should be inspected by a professional at least once or twice a year. In the near future, however, it’s going to be a lot easier to More »

New Study Strengthens Link Between Poor Sleep and Alzheimer’s

According to a new study, fragmented sleep patterns could be an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease. These findings could potentially help doctors identify patients at risk of developing the disease. The research More »

Millions of Americans Could Soon Lose Health and Dental Care

With rising healthcare costs and plenty of uncertainty within the health insurance industry, millions of Americans are at risk of struggling even more with their dental care. Currently, at least one in five Americans has one or more untreated cavities,

Asthma Treatments Now Cost U.S. More Than $80 Billion

Asthma affects 18.4 million Americans over the age of 18 and 6.2 million children under the age of 16. And according to IFL Science, asthma doesn’t just cause problems for individuals; it also costs the U.S. economy billions of dollars.

Criminal Activity Surging Around the Country During the Holidays

The holidays are over but that doesn’t mean new gifts, money, and homes are entirely safe from theft. A burglary is committed every 15 seconds across the United States, but criminals attempt even more burglaries in the days and weeks

Millennials Are Showing An Increased Interest In Luxury Watch Brands

Everyone knows that millennials love technology. How could they not be infatuated with high-tech gadgets? After all, they developed and created the majority of tech out there. Along with social media and cool devices, there are a few other millennial

Research Shows Possible New Link Between Bacteria and Esophageal Cancer

New research shows certain types of bacteria that lead to periodontal disease may be associated with a higher risk of developing esophageal cancer. Esophageal cancer is the eighth most common cancer around the world, explained Jiyoung Ahn, PhD, an associate

First Living Organisms Able to Survive In Mars-Like Soil

Within its pores, soil stores about 0.01% of all the water on Earth. But what kind of storage capacity does soil have on Mars? We might be close to finding out. Scientists are closer than ever to finding out how

Tesla Announces Plans for Fully Electric Semi-Truck

Tesla has unveiled its new all-electric heavy-duty truck. According to Fortune, the Tesla Semi will feature a minimalistic look at the front of the cab with a central captain’s chair flanked by two high-tech display screens. This new electric semi-truck

Why You Should Prepare Your Windows (Not Your Wallet) For Winter Now

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Winter is coming, so what better time than now to make sure your home is ready for the season by replacing your windows? Yes, you may have windows that you just replaced last year and those may be fine, but

Organization Leaders Abusing Power, Taking Advantage of Logistical Errors

The United State’s economy loses an estimated $7.4 billion per day (or 50 million hours) due to improperly filled out time sheets. Individual employees are usually behind any intentional errors, as a way to earn a few more pennies each

How To Measure Home Efficiency Levels In Used Homes

Of all the homebuyers who were on the market in 2016, only 14% decided to purchase a brand new home. That means that 86% of all buyers chose to purchase and move into a previously lived-in home. For the most