A Deep Dive Into the U.S. and Global Metals Market

Across the construction sector, metals are not only important, they are crucial. The four most common metals used throughout the construction industry are carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and copper. Carbon Steel: is a steel with carbon content up to 2.1% by weight. Steel is considered to be carbon steel when no minimum contact is…

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Are Your Company’s Meetings Terrible? Here’s How to Fix Them

According to recent data, anywhere from 36 million to 55 million meetings take place on a daily basis in the United States. Research published in the Harvard Business Review reveals that meetings have increased in both frequency and length over the last 50 years — a fact that many employees have probably suspected but can…

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How Can You Stay Healthy This Fall Season?

Cold and flu season is upon us and it’s important to stay as healthy as possible. It’s no fun being sick and missing out on all of your favorite fall activities. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways you can keep your body strong and healthy this fall. So let’s take a look at a few…

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YouTube Toy Reviewer Gets His Own Brand of Toys at Just 7 Years Old

In today’s digital society, people tend to check reviews for almost everything. For example, if your car is one of the 77% that is in need of maintenance or repairs, you might check reviews for auto shops before making a decision. But one unlikely reviewer is seven-year-old Ryan, who spends his free time reviewing toys…

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New Study Shows Link Between Moderate Depression And Arthritis

Those with minor to severe depression may be more likely to develop arthritis later in life, new data suggests. According to a new study published in the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, adults over the age of 50 with various degrees of depression have been found to often share something in common — arthritis. Researchers…

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National Newspaper Week Highlights the Importance of Local Journalism

Once upon a time, newspapers were king. There was no social media, there was no television, there wasn’t even radio for a while — there were only newspapers. Just about every important piece of information was shared to the masses via news clippings. Articles about industry, sports, healthcare, politics, music, and so much more were…

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Jails Across U.S. In Need of Air Conditioning Upgrades

Replacing central air conditioning equipment, especially components that are more than 15 years old, can result in significant energy savings. When it comes to jails across the United States, many of these correctional facilities are still using old or even faulty air conditioners, making living conditions far worse than they can be. Thankfully, there are…

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