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Civil Unrest and the Threat to Your Business: What to Do

With the increasing chance of civil unrest, many business owners are getting nervous. The threat of rioters and looting is a very real one. Cities experienced billions of dollars in damages from these riots. If you don’t take it seriously, you might end up losing money as your business goes up in flames and your

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Emotional Support: Helping a Loved One Cope with a Severe Illness

Taking care of a loved one suffering from a serious illness can be extremely challenging. You need to know what specific actions to take so that they won’t feel offended, disappointed, or frustrated about their situation. Aside from this, it would be best if you remained calm and strong for them. Indeed, accepting the fact

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When Renting Is Awesome and Owning a House Is Overstated

Renting is a dirty word to many Coloradans. Many people firmly believe in the American Dream of home ownership and consider paying rent as a way of throwing money away while making a landlord rich. While there is nothing wrong about buying a house, the financial benefits of it are often overrated. It is true

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Handling Medical Waste

Disposing medical waste is one of the biggest challenges healthcare providers face. It is further complicated by concerns about epidemiology, possible civil litigation, local and state regulation. By definition, medical waste is any waste with infectious material. By this definition, waste generated from physician offices, dental practices, hospitals, veterinary clinics, laboratories, and research facilities is

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