Therapy or Drugs? Weighing the Options When it Comes to Treating ADHD Aug29

Therapy or Drugs? We...

If you asked anyone what the treatment was for ADHD, they would likely be quick to rattle off the name of some stimulant drug. Nearly 70% of legal stimulants are made and used in the United States, and this is in part due to the fact that big prescription drug companies not only advertise...

Five-Year Plan Suggests Ways For Illinois to Recover Economically Aug29

Five-Year Plan Sugge...

Just as state economy of Illinois was slow to feel the effects of the Great Recession, so too has been slow to recover from it. Now, Illinois’s Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity is submitting to the General Assembly a five-year plan that has suggestions for business...

As the Internet of T...

The Internet of Things: once no more than speculative science fiction, it’s now a reality as we see more and more devices connected to the internet. From our phones and computers to our home security systems and garage doors, the Internet of Things allows us to connect to any device,...

Pebble Beach Car Auctions for 2014 Reach an All-Time High with $400 Million in Total Sales Aug29

Pebble Beach Car Auc...

For wealthy car enthusiasts and auction houses alike, the annual Pebble Beach auctions are the place to be in the search for rare and expensive vehicles. This year’s classic car auctions during the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, in Monterey, Calif., were held once again by RM...

Judge Rejects Claim That Traffic Cameras Predominantly Placed in Poor Neighborhoods Aug27

Judge Rejects Claim ...

A Cleveland, Ohio judge dismissed a lawsuit stating that traffic cameras in the area are unfairly placed in poor and African-American neighborhoods, only to receive backlash from the local community for his decision to not hear the case. Judge Cassandra Collier-Williams, who dismissed the...

Negative SEO Extorti...

A search engine pirate has been making the rounds in the online marketing industry, but the threat might not be quite as serious as it seems. The email purports to be “an extortion email” and threatens to put out 20,000 permanent backlinks to damage the targeted company’s...

New Research Shows How Stress May Be Related to Weight Gain for Women Aug21

New Research Shows H...

In a recent study conducted by the Ohio State University and published in the health journal Biological Psychiatry, stressful events may be largely to blame for weight gain among women. The study showed that experiencing one or more stressful events within 24 hours of eating a high-fat meal...

How One New Startup ...

With Google already testing out self-driving cars, the world is getting a look at what the car of tomorrow will look like. Designed to eliminate auto accidents and traffic congestion, the next generation of super-safe vehicles will be able to warn drivers of potential dangers, and do...

Medical Institution Decreases Pediatric UTIs by Offering More Training Aug20

Medical Institution ...

According to new research in Pediatrics, catheter-related urinary tract infections (UTIs) have significantly decreased in the past few years. Dr. Katherine Finn Davis, who works for the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, found that UTIs associated with catheters have decreased...

Detroit’s Upcoming Bankruptcy Restructuring Plan Trial Could Have Ripple Effect on Other Cities Aug20

Detroit’s Upco...

Detroit’s historic bankruptcy trial will soon be underway on Aug. 29, and the outcome of the upcoming court case will not only determine the future of Detroit’s restructuring plan, but will have a long-lasting impact on America as a whole in so far as what type of legal precedent...

Protect Yourself Against the 2014-2015 Flu Season With Your Annual Shot Aug19

Protect Yourself Aga...

Although getting your flu vaccination is probably the last thing you’re thinking about in August, recent news sources have reported that flu vaccines are now available and are being offered in preparation for the fast-approaching winter months. Experts say that prevention is key when it...

Canada’s Natio...

The National Research Council recently experienced a major cyber attack, and it believes China is to blame. The Council, which is responsible for business-related technology research, stated that the Communications Security Establishment detected the highly sophisticated cyber attack against...

Treating Gum Disease to Treat Other Chronic Health Issues Aug19

Treating Gum Disease...

Around 75% of American adults believe that good teeth attract the opposite sex, but what happens when you have gum disease? Gum disease has been found to be linked to various other health issues, which can’t be good for scoring that hot date. This oral health condition begins when the...

Hackers Target POS S...

According to a new report released by the US Department of Homeland Security on Thursday, hackers are now using malware to steal consumer payment information through point-of-sale systems. In fact, one particular malware program called Backoff may have already affected as many as 600...

Salary Gag Orders Still Common in U.S. Despite Being Illegal Aug19

Salary Gag Orders St...

Have you ever been told by an employer to refrain from telling your coworkers how much money you earn? If so, you’re not alone. An author for The Atlantic recently wrote a piece about this issue, and it seems that many Americans hear this order from their employers and are even...

New Study Finds Slee...

Sleep troubles are an all too common problem for people in the United States. At least two thirds of Americans struggle to get a good night’s rest, according to the American Sleep Foundation. For many, this only means having to stifle more yawns during the first few hours of the day or...

Three-Year-Old Boy Saves Elderly Man’s Life by Rescuing Him From Hot Car Aug15

Three-Year-Old Boy S...

A 3-year-old boy saved the day in Knoxville, Tenn., when he noticed an elderly man trapped in a hot car. Bob King, 68, was waiting in the car for his wife, Jenny, to finish an event at Vestal Baptist Church and found himself trapped inside the car. The door had fallen shut and locked...

New York’s Pub...

New York City public housing is in demand from just about everyone, but there may not be enough to go around. Mayor Bill de Blasio has a plan to convert open land in the projects into affordable housing units, and over a quarter of a million families are on the waiting list for the New York...

New Orleans Officers to Show a Bit of Ink Aug13

New Orleans Officers...

New Orleans is known for its eclectic citizens, great food, and wild holiday celebrations. But what many may not know about the southern city is it was harsh on it’s tattoo laws – until just recently. Police officers throughout the city have reason to rejoice: The...

Indian Doctors Remove 232 Teeth From Boy’s Mouth Aug09

Indian Doctors Remov...

Ashik Gavai went to the doctor because of a swollen, puffy cheek, and came out with a world record. Several months ago, Gavai began experiencing pain and swelling in his jaw area. Eventually his parents realized Gavai would need to visit a doctor, and brought the 17-year-old to the state-run...