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Duck, Duck, Goose! Restored Wetlands Thriving
Duck, Duck, Goose! Restored Wetlands Thriving
(NewsUSA) - As the sun rises in middle Am
Unique Engagement Rings Are the New Classics
Unique Engagement Rings Are the New Classics
(NewsUSA) - Once upon a time, many people
Filmmaker Turns Loss into Award-Winning Documentary
Filmmaker Turns Loss into Award-Winning Documentary
(NewsUSA) - The award-winning documentary
Lifetime’s Flowers in the Attic Prequel Reveals Dark Family Secrets
Lifetime’s Flowers in the Attic Prequel Reveals Dark Family Secrets
(NewsUSA) - Spice up your summer with the
Baseball Bettors Find Value in World Series Futures Markets
Baseball Bettors Find Value in World Series Futures Markets
But what every sports fan might not know is that now is the time to find some of the best odds to bet your favorite teams to win this year's World Series.

Health

Novel Drug Shows Potential to Repair Stroke Damage
Novel Drug Shows Potential to Repair Stroke Damage

(NewsUSA) - A unique injectable drug shows promising potential to reduce some of the early brain damage caused by stroke, based on a newly published study using animal models. In other words, human victims of stroke might someday be able to regain or improve bodily functions, including key cognitive abilities.     

Enviroment

Lawsuits Being Prepped for Military Camp LeJeune Contamination Victims
Lawsuits Being Prepped for Military Camp LeJeune Contamination Victims

(NewsUSA) - Sometimes an egregious wrong gets righted.     

Such appears to be the case for military members and their families who’ve been seeking justice in the courts for exposure to contaminated water that sickened generations at the Camp Lejeune Marine base in North Carolina.     

Here's How One Company Is Doing Right for the Planet

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Not that long ago, "sustainability" in the business world was defined as being able to stay afloat even in trying economic times. But these days, when Greta Thunberg may be the most famous Swede since Ingrid Bergman, it's taken on a whole different meaning - what the Harvard Business School describes as efforts to "positively impact the environment and/or society."

Of course, some businesses, like Whirlpool Corporation, have been ahead of the game, and are now setting even higher new targets to tackle climate change.

BookTrib's Bites: Cold Case, Murder Case, Christianity, Casino Legend

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Hooker Avenue "Hooker Avenue"
by Jode Millman

 Amid a violent Hudson Valley thunderstorm, Jessie Martin discovers a woman lying unconscious in a roadside ditch. The badly beaten victim, Lissie Sexton, a local prostitute, claims she's escaped the attack of a killer.

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Solar Energy Company Supports Homeowners and Communities

by John Hansen - Solar energy isn't new, but like any worthwhile technology, it has been upgraded. When you think of solar panels, do you think of unsightly blocks marring the lines of your roof? Today's solar energy panels are a clean and sleek source of renewable energy that increasing numbers of homeowners embrace as a way to save the planet and save on their energy bills.

Installing solar panels could save a homeowner as much as 35% on energy bills in the first year of use, according to Solar Energy Partners, a community-focused solar company based in California. "We strive to grant homeowners the peace of mind to live their lives without interruption through the power of Earth's most renewable resource," according to the company.

Here's How One Company Is Doing Right for the Planet

(NewsUSA)

Not that long ago, "sustainability" in the business world was defined as being able to stay afloat even in trying economic times. But these days, when Greta Thunberg may be the most famous Swede since Ingrid Bergman, it's taken on a whole different meaning - what the Harvard Business School describes as efforts to "positively impact the environment and/or society."

Of course, some businesses, like Whirlpool Corporation, have been ahead of the game, and are now setting even higher new targets to tackle climate change.

"We established our first office for sustainability over 50 years ago," said Marc Bitzer, the company's chairman and CEO.

How One Company Is Doing Right For the Planet

(NewsUSA)

Not that long ago, "sustainability" in the business world was defined as being able to stay afloat even in trying economic times. But these days, when Greta Thunberg may be the most famous Swede since Ingrid Bergman, it's taken on a whole different meaning - what the Harvard Business School describes as efforts to "positively impact the environment and/or society."

Of course, some businesses, like Whirlpool Corporation, have been ahead of the game, and are now setting even higher new targets to tackle climate change.

"We established our first office for sustainability over 50 years ago," said Marc Bitzer, the company's chairman and CEO.

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Yes, You Can Recycle Milk and Other Cartons

(NewsUSA) - One of the lingering images of the early days of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States is store shelves stripped clean of paper products -- mainly paper towels and toilet paper.

Fortunately, supply chains have rebounded, but consumers can help combat future paper product shortages by recycling not only paper, but cartons used for milk, juice, soup, and other food or beverage products.

Much of the information consumers receive about recycling can be confusing, according to the Carton Council of North America, an organization composed of carton manufacturers such as Elopak, Evergreen Packaging, SIG Combibloc, and Tetra Pak.

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