Couple Hunts for Sea Glass Along Port Huron Beaches

Buried treasure of all kinds can be found on beaches all around the world, and for Amy and Brian Trimble, that treasure is in the form of beach glass. “It’s just relaxing,” More »

Scalp Tattoos: The Answer to a Man’s Balding Problem?

Fact: In the United States, about 35 million men are suffering from some sort of hair loss and/or baldness. The loss of hair can make any man feel less confident and even More »

Experts: Brushing and Flossing Regularly Aren’t Enough

Think that brushing twice a day and flossing regularly are the only things you can do to help keep your teeth healthy? Well, think again. Chances are, you’re not doing enough to More »

Lung Cancer Patients Could Improve Symptoms With Proton Therapy

Proton therapy has been gaining momentum recently and could soon be an effective treatment for lung cancer patients. According to Healio, intensity-modulated proton therapy (IMPT) resulted in durable control with minimal toxicity among patients with recurrent lung cancer. The results

Household Poison: How Parents Can Practice Better Household Product Safety

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Following National Poison Prevention Week, a renewed emphasis is being placed on everyday household product safety across the United States. The Press-Leader reports that various state departments of health have announced that homeowners should increase their efforts to protect children

Artists Stand Together to Support Global Exchange of Arts and Ideas

Today’s political climate is seemingly more polarizing than ever. In addition to the uncertainty involved in American affairs, both domestically and abroad, the U.S. has another battle on its hands: a fight against literacy. According to the National Coalition for

Messages Promoting Love (and Denouncing Hate) Are Flying Across the Sky

Airplanes began training banner advertisements in the early 1920s. Typically, these ads would promote a company’s grand opening, advertise a new product or service, or simply just spread brand awareness. Now, nearly one hundred years later, aerial messages are capturing

New Computer System Targets Uninsured Drivers in Tennessee

For Tennessee drivers out on the roadways without insurance, it’s time to straighten up — as they soon could be identified much more easily by law enforcement. According to the Insurance Research Council, one out of every seven motorists is

Audit Hits U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission for Faulty Cyber Security Protection

Now that so many of our day-to-day transactions, financial and otherwise, are conducted on line, more and more emphasis is being placed on cyber security. The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) was recently hit with penalties after an internal

Domino’s Testing Drone Delivery Systems in New Zealand

Businesses have been taking advantage of the sky for decades. In the early 1920s, planes began trailing banner advertisements for companies and we’ve certainly come a long way since then, although aerial messages are still a popular form of advertising.

UNM Study Shows it Costs Less to House the Homeless Than It Does to Keep Them on the Streets

The University of New Mexico Institute for Social Research (ISR) released a new study showing various economic benefits to housing the homeless population. The study takes a look at the past and current economic impact of homelessness and shows how

Donald Trump Believes More Military Spending is Necessary, Proposes New Plan

The Republican nominee for President, Donald Trump, proposed more defense and military spending in Philadelphia this September. Trump, if elected in November, would be the first president in the modern era without government or military experience, but he believes that

Ohio Town Uses Local Gardening to Help Rebuild Community

Community gardening is helping a struggling town in the Northeast rebuild. Hamilton, a 62,000-person town north of Cincinnati, saw a boom during the first half of the 20th Century, but after many factories were forced to close, the town went