The first automobiles didn’t come with any of the safety equipment we see today — not even seatbelts. That innovation, specifically the three-point seatbelt, was invented in 1958 by a... Read more
Swimming is fun, but it’s also a huge risk factor when you study injuries and deaths in toddlers and young children. Just consider the following statistics: The CDC reports that drowning is... Read more
Chiropractic care has always been viewed as an “alternative” form of medicine by the mainstream medical community, but it’s actually a highly effective form of spinal care and has helped mil... Read more
Workplace technology has completely revolutionized the way we work, and for the most part, that’s been a good thing. Though there’s some limited evidence to the contrary, most new forms of t... Read more
Addiction, as it relates to substance abuse, is often hard to understand and wrap your mind around – especially if you’re on the outside looking in. And while a multi-faceted approach is typ... Read more
Regardless of who you are, what walk of life you come from, how “successful” you are in your career, who you know, or how healthy you are, sleep is something you need. In fact, roughly one-t... Read more
Today, electronic signatures are finally being used across most industries. Although, credit card companies have been using electronic signatures ever since self-serve terminals were install... Read more
Most of the time, we praise technology. We can do some pretty incredible things with our devices, and we won’t be living without them anytime soon, but we should be aware of the way they can... Read more
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