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How to Keep Ticks Away

Summer isn’t all ice cream cones and sunshine–it also marks tick season. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have estimated that state health

Are We There Yet?

Do you remember the worst vacation you ever took? It probably dwells in the back of your mind–the one that you swear you will never

Adios Mosquitos

A billionaire is funding research into the genetic material of mosquitos. If this sounds familiar, don’t worry. The billionaire’s name is not John Hammond and

How Financial Stress is Hurting You

Stress is a common experience in everyday life. While it usually occurs in the context of work or school, financial pressures can also exert significant

Financial Stress is Hurting You

Monday might be the worst day of the work week. Beaten only by taxes and traffic, it’s safe to say that Mondays are pretty tough,

Botnets Versus the Executive Order

Botnets can be described as a good idea turned bad. These networks of connected computers and devices can be hacked and remotely controlled without the

When Life Gives You Lemons, Get “Legal-Ade”

Certain businesses have been operating throughout the country without permits or health department approval for decades. These supposedly sinister violators? Childrens’ lemonade stands. Local authorities

5G and the Socialization of Your Car

The era of “car socialization” has begun. As more and more vehicle manufacturers incorporate technologies that improve the awareness of cars on the road, the

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