Exciting New Upgrades to Apple TV Promise to Revolutionize Television

Apple is continuing to set the bar for technological innovation, and Steve Jobs would be more than proud of their latest feat. According to Tech Times, Apple CEO Tim Cook made the much-anticipated announcement on Sept. 9, which confirmed the belief that company was taking a major leap into the television industry. The upgraded Apple […]

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Experts Recommend Taking Advantage of More Health Benefits

With legislation like the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act requiring organizations to offer health benefits to all employees, it’s possible that many Americans have access to perks that they didn’t even know about. A recent story from Fox News stresses the importance of employees taking advantage of all available benefits offered. Wendy King, HUB […]

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Hurricane Erika Was NBD for Central Florida, Where Natural Disasters Are a Way of Life

As yet another tropical storm leaves its mark on the Central Florida area, homeowners are left making repairs and cleaning up debris in some of the nation’s most natural-disaster-prone areas. Hurricane Erika had dissipated into “remnants of a tropical depression” after moving past the Gulf of Mexico, the Orlando Sentinel said, but that Central Florida […]

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Researchers are Working to Find Early Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease in Order to Prolong or Even Prevent the Disorder

The threat of Alzheimer’s disease has plagued the human population for decades. The lack of knowledge surrounding the root causes, as well as the absence of a cure, are enough to panic to anyone. Fortunately, The National Institute on Aging announced its intentions to donate a grant of $5.67 million over a span of five […]

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How U.S. Soccer is Planning to Revolutionize Youth Soccer

In another move to foster long-term development among players, the United States Soccer Federation (U.S. Soccer) recently announced two major changes to its youth soccer standards and coaching regulations. According to an Aug. 24 MLSSoccer.com article, U.S. soccer will change its birth-year registration calendars from its current August-May format to a January-December format. Additionally, the […]

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Shift Technologies Raises $50 Million to Make Buying Used Cars Online Less Sketchy

Unlike renting an apartment or booking a taxi, buying a car online isn’t always easy to do. While almost 94% of individuals globally research their car online, only 33% of these individuals are willing to buy their car on the internet. And it’s no wonder — there are quite a few things that can go […]

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No Injuries After Concrete Falls 20 Feet At Comerica Park Stadium

After the Detroit Tigers lost to the Rangers by 4 to 2 on Sunday, the stadium started to fall apart — literally. A piece of concrete fell onto one of the concourses at Comerica Park Stadium as the crowd was clearing out after a game. “No one was injured as the ballpark was pretty clear […]

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Female Athletes Aren’t Eating Enough, and Gendered Diet Myths are Partially to Blame

For any practicing athlete, proper nutrition is essential for peak athletic performance and proper recovery. In order to get adequate nutrition, athletes must consume a decent amount of protein, carbohydrates, and fat to stay healthy and at the top of their performance. For adequate protein, for example, athletes can consume legumes; and only two spoonfuls of hummus per […]

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Nature Is Good For Your Sleep, Study Says

After a long day of hiking — the most popular of all camping activities — have you ever noticed that you slept better? Although it may be that you’ve tuckered yourself out, a new study published in the journal Preventive Medicine suggests that people age 65 or older get better sleep when they’re in a more natural environment. “Studies […]

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Is Apple About to Start Making Original TV Shows and Movies?

Nowadays, companies’ digital presences need to have great content. Why else would 69% of marketers say that dynamic and unique content was an important part of a website? Now, Variety reports that Apple has heard the call of the content, and may start producing its own TV and movies. These rumors are not new, but there’s a chance they […]

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