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 More »

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 »

Hybrid-Electric Airplane Hitting the Sky In 2022

The United States currently accounts for 49.7% of the global private jet market, while Europe is in second with 20.8% market share. Private jets have been serving businesses in and out of the U.S. for years, but it looks like

San Diego Making Use of Sustainable Gardens To Conserve Water

At the headquarters of the San Diego County Water Authority, a new model of landscape practices is tucked between the corporate offices and condos of Kearny Mesa. The garden features an oasis decorated with graffiti stars, Santa Barbara daisies, and

Record 2016 Roadway Deaths Spark Concern For Upcoming Winter Driving

Motor vehicle crashes were one of the leading causes of death in the United States last year, and the same will be true this year as well. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which collected data from

Implementation of New App Helps Reduce Employee Turnover

Businessman Gary Abram, who has showed an interest in the fields of motivation and positive thinking, has come up with a smartphone app named Tak. The app is built based on the belief that employee recognition and rewards can increase

Sensors Used to Determine Slow Functional Decline in Assisted Living Residents

Researchers from the University of Missouri introduced the use of motion sensors in 86 assisted living resident’s rooms. Approximately 85 other residents were treated with the usual care without the use of motion sensors. The motion sensors measured overall activity,

12-Year-Old Locker Board Creator to Be Featured On ‘Shark Tank’

The “casual skater” is someone who hops on a board and skates between one and 25 times a year. A “core skater” on the other hand, is someone who skates wherever and whenever they can. Skateboarding has always been popular

Coal Industry vs. Environmentalists: The Battle Continues

The coal industry has always been a large producer of jobs in the United States. According to the 2015 U.S. Annual Coal Report published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration, surface coal mining operations provide between 26,000 and 37,000 jobs

Erectile Dysfunction Could Be an Early Sign of Parkinson’s Disease

Erectile dysfunction is a serious medical condition that affects millions of men across the United States. According to a Cleveland Clinic study, roughly 40% of all men over the age of 40 years old are actually affected by erectile dysfunction.

Researchers Find New Way to Combat Peri-Implantitis

Though educational and technological advancements have lead to significant improvements within the dental industry, there is still more work that needs to be done. Currently, there are 3 million people in the U.S. with dental implants and that number is

Major League Baseball Hoping LLWS Brings In Younger Audience

Baseball has always been America’s pastime. Over the past 60 years, however, baseball has had to fight off other sports to remain atop the country’s sports entertainment pedestal. That fight continues to this day, as the numbers simply aren’t there