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Putting Oil In Its Place

Oil comes in so many varieties, it's a wonder anyone can go a day without it. From salad dressing to cosmetics, home heating to bath additives, dif...

How to Neutralize Trouble

In these often-incendiary times, knowing how to neutralize conflict is a valued skill. Being able to see all sides of a situation with equanimity m...

Please Don't "Litter" — It's Bad for Business!

You know tossing trash in the street is tacky, and bad for the environment. But there's a more serious reason not to "litter" — that is, to use cat...

"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...

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...

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...

National Safety Month: Stay Safe Out There!

June is many things: a favorite month to get married, the start of summer (in the Northern Hemisphere), the season of inconvenience for parents who...

Spillers Love Company

The Internet is known for those who jump on board to criticize. So it was refreshing to see how many peopled jumped on board to support a woman who...

Going to the Wall

When Pink Floyd released their hit album "The Wall" 40 years ago, they weren't singing about spill clean up, though for many school maintenance cre...

The Great Floods of 2019

The expression "a wet winter" doesn't begin to describe what 2019 has been like for many businesses and homeowners across the country, which have e...