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California Homeowners At Risk of Losing Home and Fire Insurance Policies

After a year of horrific wildfires across the West Coast, homeowners are now at risk of losing their insurance — both homeowners and fire — due to natural disaster risks. According to CBS Sacramento, though the California drought is currently

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 bicycles through the Uber app. The idea behind

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 book a roof inspection thanks to unmanned aerial

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 was done at Washington University School of Medicine

Americans Are Spending More Time Indoors, Less Time Consuming Energy

It may be better for the environment to spend more time indoors. According to recent findings published in the journal Joule, Americans are spending a great amount of time indoors and are saving energy in the process. In the study,

How Social Media Can Impact Your Ability to Get a Job

Social media is a tricky platform. You may think that anything you put up there is for your eyes only. However, anything you put out on the internet is fair game to literally anyone who is looking for it. When

EU Plans to Take Steps Toward Combating the Plastics Problem

Plastic waste is a huge issue all around the world, and the EU is stepping up to take charge. According to The Guardian, Brussels has launched a strategy to change the minds of Europeans regarding recycling. It’s also being done

Oklahoma Drunk Driving Law Declared Unconstitutional

The Oklahoma Supreme Court struck down a new drunk driving law based on the fact that the law didn’t stick to one thing. The 41-page law was ruled unconstitutional because it violated the single-subject rule. A majority of justices agreed.

Survey: Post-Grad Students Would Rather Receive Student Debt Payments Over Gifts This Holiday Season

With the holiday season in full swing, many people are starting to let their friends and family know what they may want this year as a gift. For some, it’s a new coffee pot or a gift card to their

Need A Massage ASAP? This ‘Uber’-Like Startup Has Got You Covered

“It’s like Uber for massage therapy,” writes Carl Wilson on — and he’s actually not too far off. Zeel’s founder and CEO, Samer Hamadeh, launched Zeel back in 2012 after putting two years into efforts to streamline accessible wellness