Spill & Safety News

"I Can't Believe I Ate the Whole Thing"

Years ago, a humorous television commercial showed a man glumly groaning, "I can't believe I ate that whole thing!" The commercial was for an antac...

When the Planet Experiences Hot Flashes

With the weather we've been having this past summer, many people have experienced hot flashes, regardless of gender: feeling so hot under the colla...

Spill Clean Up By Any Other Name

"What's in a name? That which we call a rose,by any other name would smell as sweet." ~ William Shakespeare   The Bay Area has long been k...

Are You Ready for December? Stock Up Now!

For many people worldwide, December is a time of celebration. If you work in the pharmaceutical industry, however, the month carries a more serious...

Summer in the City

"Hot town, summer in the city/Back of my neck getting dirty and gritty," sang the Lovin' Spoonful. And that was before climate change heated things...

Quaking in Our Boots

If you live in southern California, you know what happened on the 4th of July. Mother Nature set off a fireworks display that had people scrambling...

What Sustainable Really Means

Everybody's on board the eco train these days, trumpeting their recycled plastic packaging and reusable canvas bags that save trees. This is all go...

All Kitted Out

Some people kit out their cars. And we suppose, if you love cats, being "kitted out" could refer to having a litter of kittens (as opposed to kitty...

Roll With It

In these socially connected times, whatever we do is instantly available to the world via the Internet, as many people discover to their eternal ch...

Are You Bored? Ways to Spice Up July

It may surprise you to learn that July is National Boredom Month, which seems a bit strange considering school's out, many adults are taking vacati...

Chip Off the Old Block

In some instances, being called a "chip off the old block" is complimentary. Such as when a daughter gets into the same Ivy League college as her b...

Don't Fall for That

Falls can happen anywhere, and technology has never been more prepared to help. For example, seniors who fall risk breaking a hip, so a visionary F...