July 23, 2014

Organize Your Office for Efficiency and Security

Organize Your Office for Efficiency and Security

Look around your home office and see how many things there are in plain site that might put you at risk if you had a burglar break-in. According to the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics, there has been a 20 percent increase in the theft of electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops during a home burglary.

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5 Infamous Disasters in the Field Of Civil Engineering

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Civil engineering has had its share of failures. Some of mankind’s proudest achievements in the field of civil engineering were also responsible for their most sorrowful moments. In our quest for perfection, many of our constructs have failed. These dark chapters in the history of civil engineering serve as a reminder for us to do better. And we can do better.

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Going to Work with Lower Back Pain

Going to Work with Lower Back Pain

Eighty percent of the U.S. population will have to deal with some form of back pain in their lives, according to the National Institutes of Health. If you find yourself going to work with back pain, these suggestions will help you get through the day.

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Corporate Wellness: The Value Of Healthy Employees

Corporate Wellness - The Value Of Healthy Employees

The importance of healthy lifestyles will always be one of the biggest solutions that everyone should learn to apply to our daily lives. Living a sedentary lifestyle, like most office employees are, is the root cause of different illnesses that could be fatal in the near future – such as heart diseases and diabetes.

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5 Obstacles Standing In The Way Of Offshore Drilling And Oil

5 Obstacles Standing In The Way Of Offshore Drilling And Oil 1

Say what you want about offshore drilling, it does power the world we live in. And unless we make the switch to clean energy, it’ll continue to be the driving force that mankind relies on. Even if you don’t respect the process, you should respect the skill that goes into making that process a success.

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