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As we bid farewell to Summer and welcome in Fall, we know with the cooler temperatures and changing leaves that flu season is at our doorstep. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), flu activity begins in October and lasts through May, with cases spiking between December and February. Since we never know when or where the flu will strike, health officials recommend everyone six months of older the get the flu shot.

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Posted in: News, Blog Posts, Medical, Pharmaceutical, Vaccine Monitoring,

By: MadgeTech Marketing Team

Museums are responsible for housing and preserving some of the world's greatest treasures; from works of art, to ancient artifacts and much more. The key to protecting these priceless pieces is to control the environment where they are being displayed, stored or transported.

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It's the most wonderful time of the year, at least for chocoholics! Halloween is the perfect excuse not to be judged for indulging your sweet tooth. This year, Americans are expected to spend $2.7 billion in candy to pass out to trick-or-treaters... or keep for themselves. According to the National Confectioners Association, 68% of people say chocolate is their favorite Halloween treat.

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Posted in: News, Blog Posts, Food, Chocolate,

By: MadgeTech Marketing Team

Goodbye summer, hello fall! While we enjoy all the apple and pumpkin spice goods our hearts desire, we must be prepared for the unpredictable weather. The fluctuating temperatures make it impossible to pull the plug on the air conditioning, or to hold out on the heat for a few more weeks. Fact is, as much as we want to save a pretty penny, office temperature has a direct affect on productivity.

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Posted in: News, Blog Posts, Building / Structural, HVAC,

By: MadgeTech Marketing Team

Concrete curing sounds like a simple process, just combine the cement with water and wait for it to dry, right? Wrong! To maximize the strength of the concrete, you're going to have to control the moisture and temperature, so plan ahead of time.

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Posted in: News, Blog Posts, Building / Structural, Concrete,

By: MadgeTech Marketing Team

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