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Sleep Apnea Machines Why You Should Stick With Them

Sleeping disorders are highly common in the United States, with almost 18 million people suffering from sleep apnea. It is also twice as common in men, than in women. Sleep apnea, which is a sleeping disorder where the body struggles between breathing and sleeping, often keeps many sufferers awake, restless and drowsy throughout the rest […]

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Your Options for Mobile-Friendly Design

For all the hype over Google’s mobile-friendly algorithm update in April 2015, it looks as if few sites have truly been negatively impacted in a major way. All too many businesses, however, are taking this as a sign that mobile web design isn’t really that important, and that’s a huge mistake. Mobile usability may be […]

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What Everybody Ought To Know About Reusable Bags

In Europe, most individuals who go to the grocery store carry their own reusable bags with them, eliminating the need for paper or plastic bag usage. Now in the United States, that trend is also becoming more prevalent, with eco friendly totes and cute printed tote bags that encourage environmentally friendly behavior. Many small businesses […]

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Find Out Why Lines Are A Necessary Evil

If you run a venue space or any type of area that has heavy transit, like subway or train stations, amusement parks, or museums, you know how important a barrier system is for everyone’s safety and for the sake of order. Museum barriers, outdoor restaurant barriers, and site safety barriers are all examples of how […]

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Ohio University Makes Its Commencement a Zero Waste Event

When it comes to recycling, most people focus on the daily impacts and applications of this service, from choosing the the right waste removal companies and recycle centers to teaching people what to recycle. However, a small number of organizations are working to ensure that their events are environmentally-friendly and reduce waste as well. Take […]

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Brooklyn Historical Society Displays Letters From Civil War Soldier Rescued From the Trash

Today, with the help of laser labels and cheap bubble mailers, sending mail is a relatively easy task. As a result, we often forget how important this act of communication was in the days before wholesale bubble mailers and printable sticker labels, and how vital letters can still be to our understanding of the past. […]

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Tax Preparation Giants Report Decrease in Their Total Number of Returns for 2015

For years, many Americans looking for help with tax preparation have headed to franchised accounting businesses like HandR Block. The reason for this is understandable: thanks to their size and considerable budgets, these organizations are able to roll out huge advertising campaigns and new features to attract customers that might be better served by smaller […]

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Three Key Tips for Nailing a Sales Job Interview

Any job interview is going to be stressful, but finding a good sales job and landing the gig can be even more tough. Sales is a notoriously tough industry to work in; the turnover for a sales team is 40% per year, so hiring managers know that they have to make careful decisions when choosing […]

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Why Pharmaceutical Serialization Matters

Manufacturing medicine is a difficult job. Keeping machines and environments safe and sterile while handling millions of individual items is not an easy undertaking. The process is made more difficult when counterfeiters force manufacturers to be responsible for the fate of all their products. Fortunately, there are pharmaceutical serialization solutions in place to ease the […]

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Three Ways to Cut Down on Your Data Center’s Energy Use

Data centers — with their endless rows of server racks and seemingly-infinite quantities of information — are the basis of modern computing and network services. Yet the average data center also consumes as much energy as a small town; between 2005 and 2010, data center energy use throughout the U.S. rose by an amazing 36%. […]