Year: 2016

No Smoking At Work: Is It Legal?

The adverse health effects of smoking are real and undeniable. Every year, in excess of 480,000 Americans die from tobacco use and secondhand smoke, according to the American Lung Association. Smoking dramatically increases the risk of lung cancer diagnosis and is responsible for a bevy of unwanted side-effects, like yellowing of teeth, difficulty breathing, bronchial infections and a host of other issues. It's these harmful... Read Article

4 Innovative Technologies That You Will Want In Your Next New Car

The holiday season may have come and gone, but for car lovers, it's the most wonderful time of year. That's because it's auto show season, where all around the country - from Washington to Boston, Chicago to San Antonio - enthusiasts are getting an up close and personal look at the very latest of what car makers are featuring in their 2016 lineup. The brilliant... Read Article

5 Ways To Build a Healthy Workplace Culture

Americans around the country are in the midst of personal campaigns to get themselves just a little bit healthier than they were last year. Whether it's losing a few pounds or finally kicking that bad habit once and for all, a life centered on good well-being is something that everyone can take advantage of - even though it might be easier said than done. But... Read Article

The Five Most Common Causes Of Fire At Home

The thought of all your belongings literally going up in flames is a frightening one indeed, but every year, that's exactly what happens to hundreds of thousands of Americans. Since 2009, no fewer than 362,500 people have seen their homes destroyed by fire, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Whenever a residential fire occurs, there's always an investigation in the aftermath, led by officials,... Read Article