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Americans cross over bridges about 185 million times a day, without giving much thought about whether or not it's safe. In a new report released by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association, out of the 612,000 bridges in the United States, nearly 56,000 have been deemed structurally deficient.

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

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It's been almost three years since the Ebola outbreak began in West Africa, now scientists say they know who is responsible for transmitting the virus that killed around 11,300 people. According to the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published this week, nearly 61% of the cases were caused by 3% of infected people, known as superspreaders.

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

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In a world that was mainly dependent on fossil fuels for hundreds of years, it's no surprise that the consequences are catching up with us. In recent news, air pollution is the leading environmental cause of death on the planet, and is to blame for 2.2 million deaths in China and India in 2015 alone. As society continues to wean away from the use of fossil fuels, one startup company has found a way to put pollutants to good use.

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Posted in: News, Blog Posts, Environmental, Diesel Emissions, Air Quality,

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Rotisserie chickens are a quick and easy meal to grab on the go, but they could also be a recipe for disaster. This doesn't mean you shouldn't indulge in the deliciousness, just make sure you pick the perfect chick!

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Posted in: News, Blog Posts, Food, Meat and Poultry,

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A world without diapers would be a messy one, but in all actuality it's really the diapers that are causing a mess. According to the Real Diaper Association, around 27 billion disposable diapers are used every year in the United States, making up about 20% of total waste in landfills. Once you toss them in the trash it's not the end of them. Since diapers aren't biodegradable, they are actually toxic to the environment.

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