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Lake Pontchartrain Hit By Oil Spill

Lake Pontchartrain, home to a fragile ecosystem, has begun to see the effects of the oil leak in the Gulf. The lake has already been ravaged by Hurricane Katrina. The ...
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America’s Unsafe Medical Products

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued 17 new safety alerts since the end of May, 14 related to product recalls including one for an infant formula power ...
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Best County to Live in Every State

U.S. GDP has grown steadily since the end of the Great Recession, and GDP per capita stands at $62,590, a record high. By these benchmarks, the United States is in ...
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Inventions We Use Every Day That Were Actually Created for Space Exploration

Despite sending humans to Earth's orbit and the moon, the idea of humans surviving in outer space must seem like science fiction. Creating an environment that can sustain human ...
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Why 5 Lagging Health Care Giants May Be Incredible Buys Now

While the overall stock market has been very strong year to date, with sectors like technology outperforming, the health care sector, which encompasses everything from pharmaceuticals to biotech to medical ...
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America’s Newspapers Brace for Another 5% to 10% Revenue Drop

The drop in revenue at most large and midsized metro newspapers will continue this year. Based on data publicly available, most papers in these segments had sales erosion of 5% ...
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Gadgets From the 90s No One Uses Anymore

Technology is developing at a fast pace, and the consumer world doesn’t wait around. It seems like there is a new product -- some of them even invented by kids ...
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Are All Insulin Pens Created Equal?

Nine percent of Americans, about 30 million people, have diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About a fourth of them do not even know they have ...
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The Biggest Comebacks in Music History

Success can be fleeting for popular musicians. Even those artists who release a string of hits often fall out of public favor because of changing tastes, poor song choices, personality ...
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Places Sick and Tired of Tourists

People go to new places to explore charming villages, unspoiled beaches, and ancient architecture, all of which are threatened by overcrowding. The question is how do you deal with tourism’s ...
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100 Most Popular Musicians on Tour in 2019

Live music used to be the only kind there was. The earliest recorded example is thought to be a rendering of the French folk song “Au Clair de la Lune,” ...
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If the Fed Stops Raising Rates, Safe Dividend Stocks Could Roar in 2019

Even though the federal funds rate is only at 2.5%, rates have been gradually rising since 2014, and many on Wall Street think that it is possible that the rate ...
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Why Large Cap Pharmaceuticals Will Hold Up in a Bear Market

After over nine years of a rising stock market, we could be getting close to the end of the run. That does not ensure a bear market, and to be ...
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32 Amazing Women Inventors

Women have made great strides in many fields that previously -- and to some degree still -- were considered the domain of men, such as law and medicine. But in ...
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Toothpaste, Rum, Oreos, and 17 Other Things Flavored With Watermelon

Watermelon is summer. Or at least it’s one of the season's brightest, juiciest, most delicious symbols. Never mind that it's available all year long these days. In summertime, watermelon ...
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