Better Business Bureau (BBB) Warns Homeowners to Avoid Summer Scammers

Jun 29, 17 Better Business Bureau (BBB) Warns Homeowners to Avoid Summer Scammers

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Summer is finally here and that means more vacations, plenty of nice weather, and, unfortunately, an increase in homeowner scams. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) and other consumer protection departments around the country are fully aware of this annual issue, and are currently in the process of warning homeowners and individuals...

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Veterans Struggling in Seller-Friendly Housing Market

Jun 29, 17 Veterans Struggling in Seller-Friendly Housing Market

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For veterans, buying a home has become more and more difficult in many cities. The reason? Many sellers are becoming wary of Veteran Home Loans, which are loans specifically geared towards members of the armed services and their spouses. According to The New Tribune, many veterans are feeling like they’re being dismissed from...

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The Graduates Of 2017 Have Arrived, And They Have Expectations For Employment

Jun 27, 17 The Graduates Of 2017 Have Arrived, And They Have Expectations For Employment

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The Class of 2017 has entered the workforce, whether having graduated from college or high school, and they have a list of expectations for their employment. The Class of 2017 also includes an entirely new generation, as teenagers born in 2000 are often excluded from the loosely defined Millennial generation. Their demands include...

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Amazon Breaking Into Pharmacy Market: Truth Or Speculation?

Jun 23, 17 Amazon Breaking Into Pharmacy Market: Truth Or Speculation?

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As of 2015, there were 397,430 pharmacy technicians working in the United States, with that number expected to rise well into 2020. And a large number of those positions might be impacted by recent events. Amazon, the Internet, retail, and book giant, has recently started taking its business offline with its intent to purchase...

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Study: Breastfeeding Can Alleviate Chronic C-Section Pain For New Moms

Jun 21, 17 Study: Breastfeeding Can Alleviate Chronic C-Section Pain For New Moms

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It’s common for new parents to embrace the adage that “breast is best.” Breast milk has long been linked to higher immunity levels and overall health and has even been lauded as a way to make children smarter. While some studies conducted in the last year have found no definitive long-term cognitive benefits to...

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American Water Supply At Risk Of Legionnaires Disease

Jun 21, 17 American Water Supply At Risk Of Legionnaires Disease

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The main purpose of plumbing since it’s its first recorded usage in 2500 B.C has been to carry water and help prevent the spread of disease. Lately, however, that last fact has become a little less applicable. Recently there has been a growing outbreak of Legionnaires disease across the nation and concerns about...

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