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Important Things to Do In NYC While Under Quarantine

Right now, the COVID-19 coronavirus is still spreading across the globe, and by now, over 100,000 cases have been confirmed worldwide. This certainly includes the United States, where the densely crowded New England area has been hit especially hard, such as New York and Massachusetts. This means that most citizens and employees are under quarantine […]

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Dating Site Fraudsters Scam Elderly Women Out of Millions In Largest Scheme of Its Kind

White lies on dating apps are becoming increasingly common as more profiles enter the market every day. In fact, online dating has officially become the most popular way that couples meet in the United States. As more people jump on the bandwagon, countless people will try just about anything to stand out from the crowd. […]

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Quip Rolls Out Alternative Dental Insurance For NYC Residents

Oral health startup Quip took the dental world by storm nearly five years ago when the company launched its subscription-based electric toothbrush service. This service combined convenience with care, as the subscription would replace toothpaste and brush heads, ensuring that customers didn’t exceed the recommended three-month lifespan of a toothbrush. With the ultimate goal of […]

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As NYC Recovers From Last Week’s Blackout, More Could Be On The Way

The city that never sleeps experienced a rare phenomenon just less than a week ago when a blackout left a large part of Manhattan dark for hours. With an intense heat wave expected to hit New York on Friday, July 19, the city’s largest utility company warns that more blackouts could happen over the weekend. […]

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New York State Passes Nation’s Most Ambitious Climate Plan Yet

The adverse effects of climate change continue to make headlines and divide the nation, but New York State lawmakers have chosen to take a stance in favor of change. Last month, the state Senate passed the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, which includes the most ambitious plans the nation has ever seen in regards […]

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What Homeowners Should Know About Flooding, Water Damage, and Mold

Considering the extreme weather experienced throughout the nation, thanks in large part to climate change, more American homeowners are facing the scenario of flooding and subsequent water damage and mold issues. But if you don’t know what you’re doing, you could end up making a bad situation that much worse. Here are a few key […]

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Increased Noise Exposure During The Summer Can Lead To Hearing Loss

Summer brings a plethora of joys for many families. Between summer barbecues, firework shows, and endless opportunities to see live music, your calendar quickly becomes full of the activities and events you’ve been waiting for all year long. Many of these beloved summer events, however, have one key risk in common: noise exposure. According to […]

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Oil And Gas Heiress To Buy One Of Texas’s Biggest Magazines

Although every publication seems like it’s an entity unto itself, free of outside influences and sways, there is often a wealthy individual at the helm of the writing ship. Randa Duncan Williams, an oil and gas heiress from Texas, is the latest to join these journalistic captains, the ranks of which already include Jeff Bezos […]

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How Will The Shift To Low-Sulfur Marine Fuel Influence Other Industries?

The International Maritime Organization (IMO)is determined to slash sulfur emissions. The United Nations agency in charge of setting standards for shipping across the globe will be enacting new regulations regarding the sulfur content of marine fuel. “From 1 January 2020, the limit for sulphur in fuel oil used on board ships operating outside designated emission […]

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Community Remembers Pilot Who Died In Midtown Helicopter Crash

Whenever there is a major vehicle crash, on land or in the air, investigators immediately start looking for a reason why. Was the pilot of one of the country’s commercial planes impaired in some way? Did the mechanics of one of the 16.4 million passenger cars and light trucks sold in 2014 fail? With any […]