Picking up a bottle of acetaminophen from a local supermarket, one would expect the medication within the bottle to be the same as the medicine purchased weeks ago from the same company. The concept of “slight variations” might be fine for certain food products. However, variance in pharmaceutical interventions can […]

Despite its first use in 1968, high-volume hydraulic fracturing, the process more commonly known as fracking, didn’t become widespread until decades later. Today, approximately 90% of U.S. land-based wells are fracked. The technique’s adoption directly led to the current oil and gas boom, boosting U.S. production to levels not seen […]

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