Japanese Beer Promises to Make You Pretty

Many people use collagen creams and supplements to battle the effects of aging on their skin. Some of these people also drink beer to relax after a long day at work. But what if you could drink


Younger Men With Hypogonadism May Have Higher Testosterone Levels Than Once Thought

A new study finds that men younger than 40 who have testosterone levels between 300 to 400 ng/dL can still experience hypogonadism. These levels are higher than the traditional minimum threshold


Minnesota Vikings New Stadium Roof Gets Equipped With Snow Melt System

After a harsh winter, many people across the United States are looking into roof repair and planning ways to prevent damage from occurring next year. The Minnesota Vikings, whose stadium roof has


Doctors Often Disregard Parents’ Concerns About Autism in Children, Study Finds

A new study suggests that doctors often ignore parental concerns about autism in children, leading to delayed diagnosis and treatment. “We know that early identification of autism spectrum


Despite Million Dollar Incomes, New Study Finds That 16% of Former NFL Players Go Bankrupt

It’s often difficult for the “average” American consumer to understand how celebrities, like movie stars and professional athletes, can go from making millions of dollars per


Navajo Nation Hopes To Reduce Obesity and Diabetes Rates By Introducing a 2% Junk Food Tax

Across many parts of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah, hundreds of consumers have just encountered an unsettling surprise while grocery shopping: a 2% “junk food tax” was recently passed by the


Car Care Council Urges Motorists to Spring Into Action for National Car Care Month

The Car Care Council is encouraging all drivers to get regular vehicle maintenance done during April, National Car Care Month. “Whether you do it yourself or take your car to a professional


Michael Slager’s Criminal Defense Attorney Quits After Video of Walter Scott Shooting Goes Public

Just days after the shooting of 50-year-old Walter Scott by a South Carolina police officer, news broke from The Daily Beast that the officer’s criminal defense attorney had decided to


New Donation Will Provide Roof Repairs for Historical African American Church in the Ozarks

Repairing a historic building can be a difficult task for many reasons. For example, the owners not only need to make sure the company is capable of working with older materials, but also may


Rental Equipment Theft Ring Caught After Local Government Agencies Found Using Their Services

Four men in Vanderburgh County, Indiana, have been federally indicted for running a $1.5 million equipment theft ring after being arrested at the end of 2014. One of the group’s leaders,


After Finding a Message Scribbled Behind Their Cabinet, Milwaukee Couple Tracks Down a Soldier From World War II

For many homeowners in the process of renovating their homes, the desire to find something old and unusual over the course of their remodeling project is almost as natural as the drive to leave


Boomers, Gen X-ers, and Millennials All Prefer to Use One Type of Device When Shopping Online

Younger people have a different way of doing things than previous generations, and it’s absolutely important that marketers understand these differences in order to effectively communicate

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