Earlier this year, my washing machine broke. And when I say broke, I don’t mean it stopped working or made strange noises. I’m talking a burning electrical smell when I tried to run it. This was not completely unsurprising, though. My washer and dryer were pretty old and clearly toward […]

According to recent statistics from the National Institutes of Health, more than two-thirds (68.8 percent) of American adults are overweight or obese.1 Unfortunately for many, there are associated health risks with being overweight or obese including coronary heart disease, high blood pressure (also known as the “silent killer”), stroke, Type […]

Women throughout history have coveted long eyelashes and have been willing to use a variety of contraptions in order to increase the length of their eyelashes1. Even during the 2008 recession, mascara sales rose as makeup sales in general fell leading industry leaders to think up novel brushes or nutritional […]

On the evening of August 12, 2015, a warehouse explosion rocked the Northeastern Chinese port city of Tianjin. The accident killed 100 people, injured hundreds more and levelled the surrounding buildings. How could such a huge tragedy happen? It turns out the warehouse violated safety regulations by storing toxic chemicals […]

Times are tough for the petrochemical industry. The sharp decline in oil prices over the past year has left the current market volatile and uncertain. It’s led to cutbacks in investment and employment, with further cuts possibly on the way. Petrochemical companies aren’t taking the news lying down, though. Even […]

There’s no point ignoring the Millennial impact on the consumer market. Healthy benefits, sustainability, and convenience—these three traits define this influential buyer demographic. The last category, however, has had a noticeable—if unsurprising—impact. Gone are the days of preparing meals from boxes or heating up frozen dinners. People prefer picking up […]

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