By Alexandra Zaslow It was just an average trip to the grocery store, but it ended up changing one couple’s lives. Tom Stevens, 70, was diagnosed with lung cancer in January, according to Yahoo. He often eats popsicles to soothe his throat, so, on Feb. […]
By Laura Rogers Last year, my 12-year-old son came down with a skin infection. He was prescribed an antibiotic, took the full treatment, and got better. Of course there is nothing remarkable about this story these days — and that, in itself, is actually quite […]
WASHINGTON — The House of Representatives is expected to approve an energy efficiency bill on Tuesday, a rare bipartisan breakthrough on energy policy. The bill would establish a new voluntary efficiency standard for commercial buildings, direct the federal government to set efficiency goals for its data centers, and require buildings leased by the federal government to disclose their energy usage data.
The first measure, sponsored by Reps. David McKinley (R-W.Va.) and Peter Welch (D-Vt.), is known as “Tenant Star.” It builds upon the government’s Energy Star program for consumer products to create a voluntary system for tenants in commercial building …read more
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