Feds promote artificial turf as safe despite health concerns

Lead levels high enough to potentially harm children have been found in artificial turf used at thousands of schools, playgrounds and day-care centers across the country, yet two federal agencies

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New Release Provides Help for Those Struggling with Food-Related Issues

Dieting does not work, according to popular knowledge and research. A landmark UCLA study (2007) said “People on diets typically lose 5 to 10 percent of their starting weight in the first six months…

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Woodstock Pro Movers Welcomes New Customers in the Woodstock, Georgia Area

Woodstock, GA – Moving is a huge endeavor that requires an extensive amount of time and effort. Oftentimes it is just flat out impossible for one person to do on their own, and it can be difficult to rope friends

Central Gas Safety Expands its Services across Derby

Derby, Derbyshire – Central Gas Safety, a family owned business with engineers based in Uttoxeter, Derby, and surrounding areas, is dedicated to creating safe spaces for landlords and their renters, providing landlord gas certificates and boiler service and repairs. As

Global Tokenization Market may turn $2.5 Billion by 2023, estimated to grow at a CAGR of 20%

Tokenization – Global Market Outlook (2017-2023) A new research document with title ‘Tokenization – Global Market Outlook (2017-2023)’ covering detailed analysis, Competitive landscape, forecast and strategies. The study covers geographic analysis that includes regions like United States, EU, Japan, China,

Global Car Wash System Market Analysis by Types, Component, Application, Technology and 2025 Regional Forecasts of 16 Countries with Current Trend and Opportunities

Car Wash System Market Technology and Growth Report 2017-2025 The Insight Partners has announced the addition of the “Car Wash System Market to 2025 – Global Analysis and Forecasts by Types (Gantry Car Wash, Conveyor Tunnel System, Self-Service Car Wash,

Speech Pathologist Gina Baldwin Launches Kickstarter Campaign To Fund Her Project APP2Speak

Gina Baldwin launches Kickstarter campaign to fund her APP2Speak project. Gina Baldwin, leading licensed speech pathologist from St. Louis, MO has announced that her campaign on Kickstarter is now live and running for funding her project APP2Speak. Gina has over

The-Best-Manuals-Online Providing People With Help For Getting Manuals Ready

Documents For Many Industrial Machines Available For Sale New York – October 19, 2017 – Various industrial machines are often difficult for many people to handle on their own. This is where The-Best-Manuals-Online comes into play. The site is aiming

Select Rich Life, the New Tinder That Says No to the Poor

Select, the hottest dating app for sugar daddies and sugar babies in 2017, is the ultimate online dating platform for the rich and the sexy only. Select, a pioneering dating app aiming to providing an easier way for the rich

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HBO Now available for Verizon subscribers

The new standalone streaming service HBO NOW is now available to Verizon broadband customers and coming to wireless subscribers, too. And HBO content will also be on board with Verizon’s

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Mario, Nintendo kin jumping into theme parks

While the famed Japanese creator of Mario Bros. and Donkey Kong spent most of his trip to last week’s Electronic

‘Jurassic’ stomps to No. 1 for second week

Jurassic World continues to chomp into all-time records. The dinosaur blockbuster roared to No. 1 and $102 million in its

New ‘Captain America’ has all-star cast

The Hulk is probably sad right now since he’s one of the only Avengers not in Captain America: Civil War.

Green Day, Ringo rock Hall of Fame ceremony

When the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies return here every few years to the hall’s spiritual and

‘Furious 7′ is No. 1 for third straight week

Furious 7 continues to roll at the box office, cruising to victory for the third weekend in a row with

‘Furious 7′ revs up record-breaking weekend

Furious 7 didn’t just race to the top of the box office — it lapped the competition. The latest installment

SXSW: Thousands of gigs later, festival is a wrap

Over the last week here, more than 2,200 bands and artists performed more than 3,000 gigs in music halls, bars

Americans to drop $4.6B to party on St. Pat’s Day

More than half the nation plans to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, and millions will be doing it with a glass

HBO documentary star Durst facing legal morass

The legal morass of HBO documentary subject Robert Durst promised to get more complicated Tuesday as the wealthy eccentric faced

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Yellen’s speech in New York pulls stocks out of early dive

The Dow Jones industrial average and Standard & Poor’s 500 index both closed at 2016 highs Tuesday after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen pulled stocks out of an early slump when she said the central bank will move cautiously on

SunEdison shares tumble 55% on bankruptcy filing fears

Shares of renewable power firm SunEdison plummeted 55% Tuesday as it teetered on the edge of bankruptcy amid slumping oil prices and swirling questions over the company’s accounting practices. SunEdison faces a “substantial risk” of bankruptcy, according to the U.S.

Yellen: Fed to move ‘cautiously’ on rate hikes

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Tuesday the central bank will move cautiously as it weighs interest rate hikes in light of a weak global economy and stubbornly low inflation, raising questions about whether policymakers will make a move this

Stocks close slightly higher; Dow, S&P up 0.1%

Wall Street kicked off the new week with very modest gains as investors brace for a slew of economic reports, including a key jobs report Friday, that could shed fresh light on the health of the economy and provide clues

Battle over big energy infrastructure heats up

Building electric power lines across long distances and state boundaries can be a daunting task for developers, as the best-laid plans can go awry over local opposition. That was the case for an independent transmission company called Clean Line Energy

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