Imminent Stryker Hip Implant Recall Expected?

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The Stryker Corporation is expected to announce yet another Stryker hip implant recall in…

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The Rising Cost of Privacy

A few months ago, the FCC voted for new broadband privacy rules to take effect. The rules would require Internet…

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Is Starbucks Base Pay Increase Enough to Make a Difference?

If you’ve been in a Starbucks recently, you’ve probably noticed that the atmosphere feels more chaotic than calm. Overworked employees…

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Can Republican Delegates Be Forced to Vote for Trump?

Just a few short days after Brexit rocked the world, Huffington Post Editor-In-Chief Arianna Huffington coined another term: “Trexit.” In…

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Recent Study Reveals Fitbit PurePulse Trackers Mis-Record Heart Rates

Fitspiration is everywhere these days. Motivational quotes and gym selfies have taken over social media and heartwarming before and after…

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Love Will Always Win

I woke up earlier than expected Sunday morning. My phone was buzzing with a notification sound I had never heard…

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Facebook Responds to Allegations of Political Bias in Trending Topics Feature

The 2016 election has arguably become one of the most controversial topics in the media over the past year. Anyone…

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Know The Territory

In the opening song in Meredith Wilson’s musical, The Music Man, we learn the key to success for a travelling…

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FCC Expands Consumer Protection Against New Wave of Cell Phone Telemarketing

Technology is constantly changing. And so too is the way businesses use it to reach us and sell us their…

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A New Analysis of Old Data Finds that the Antidepressant Paxil is Unsafe for Teenagers

Scientific and medical literature is routinely cited by both plaintiffs and defendants in litigation. Such literature usually comes from scientific…

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