Clothing Sales In Canada: ATSC 2019 Plans To Extend Product Offering

Apr 27, 19 Clothing Sales In Canada: ATSC 2019 Plans To Extend Product Offering

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The U.S. is known for its fashion-forward ideology; Americans are known to spend approximately $1,800 on clothing every year. In fact, the number of fashion consumers is expected to over 1.2 billion by the year 2020. Although Canada’s $43.6 billion dollar fashion industry pales in comparison to the U.S. (valued at $292...

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Confusion Over Detroit Worker’s Death Raises Questions About Big Business

Apr 23, 19 Confusion Over Detroit Worker’s Death Raises Questions About Big Business

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Considering how large our nation is, it isn’t surprising to discover that the U.S. holds 10% of the global construction market share. It seems that projects are always running, from the streets of New York City to the suburbs of Las Vegas. With such nonstop work, construction accidents are more common than they should be. The...

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Opioid Outlook: OxyContin Manufacturer Settles For Near $275 Million

Apr 15, 19 Opioid Outlook: OxyContin Manufacturer Settles For Near $275 Million

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In the U.S., a violent crime occurs every 26.3 seconds and a property crime happens every 3.8 seconds. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), over a two-year period in the U.S., 126,603 vehicles were reported stolen with the keys even left inside! Crime is all around us. Auto theft and traffic accidents —...

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Traffic Might Be Worse For Our Health Than We Thought

Apr 10, 19 Traffic Might Be Worse For Our Health Than We Thought

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No one likes to sit in traffic. Whether you’re on your way to work, driving to the grocery store, or just trying to make it home for the night — getting caught in traffic can be a nightmare. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there are over 50,000 traffic accidents related to...

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Could Coffee Be the Key to Cancer Prevention?

Apr 05, 19 Could Coffee Be the Key to Cancer Prevention?

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If you warn others that they shouldn’t talk to you until you’ve finished your first cup of java in the morning, you certainly aren’t alone. Although we’re technically two-thirds water, many people would argue that they’ve got coffee running through their veins. And as it turns out, that might actually...

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