Live Sustainably For Less Money

May 30, 2013- Here are some options for busy people who want to live more sustainably, without breaking the bank

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FDA Plans To Investigate Added Caffeine in Snack Foods

May 29, 2013- Companies have recently increased their offerings of foods with added caffeine as they aim to cater to people seeking an energy boost.

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OSHA Aims to Protect Emergency Workers from Combustible Dust Fires

May 28, 2013- The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently published an informative new booklet covering safety procedures for emergency responders who may face fires and explosions due to combustible dust

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More Sports Stadiums Wear ‘Green’

May 24, 2013- Sports stadiums across the U.S. are jumping on the green bandwagon – reducing their carbon footprints by installing solar panels, encouraging more recycling and reducing water usage, USA Today reported.

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American Public Health Association Applauds EPA Proposal to Set Limits On Wastewater Toxins

May 22, 2013- The American Public Health Association announced its support of new standards proposed in April by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that would help protect America’s waterways and public health from toxic pollutants.

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‘Standing Waves’ From Superstorm Sandy Caused Seismicity As Far As Seattle

May 20, 2013- When Superstorm Sandy turned toward New York City and Long Island last October, ocean waves hitting each other and the shore rattled the seafloor, with shaking detected by seismometers across the country.

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LEED-Platinum George W. Bush Presidential Center Opened To the Public

May 17, 2013- The George W. Bush Presidential Center opened May 1st with a LEED-Platinum certification for a range of energy-saving and sustainable design features.

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Farmscrapers’ Target China’s Pollution and Population Problems

May 10, 2013- Vincent Callebaut Architects,has designed a series of six “farmscrapers,” which they hope will go up in Shenzhen, China.

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Best Ways to Invigorate Your Weary Brain and Body

May 8, 2013- The American Institute of CPAs offers nine tips on how hardworking CPAs -- or employees in any career -- can get an energy boost to improve their performance on the job.

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Workers with Rheumatoid Arthritis Pay Higher Costs

May 6, 2013- Workers with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) incur higher direct and indirect health-related costs that total nearly $6 billion nationwide.

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Supreme Court Limits OSHA’s Ability to Seek Civil Penalties with Six-Month Statute of Limitations

May 3, 2013- A recent US Supreme Court decision affirmed the six-month statute of limitations on alleged Occupational Safety and Health Act violations.

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CSB Finds Recent Refining and Petrochemical Fatigue Management Systems Fall Short

May 1, 2013- The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) reports that the U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) findings doubt the efficacy of the recent Recommended Practice ANSI/RPI 755

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