Valerie Musson

Valerie Musson

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Los Angeles Chargers Prioritize Injury Prevention During Offseason

For most football fans, it's no surprise to hear about injured players; it's simply the nature of the game.

But for the newly relocated Los Angeles Chargers, injuries have been so prevalent that CBS Sports writer Jason La Canfora calls them "one of football's most injured teams year in and year out."

Research Shows Vehicular Travel With Children Can Expose Them To Dangerous Pollution Levels

By now, every parent knows that they should never leave their children in a hot car, even for a few minutes. However, according to the Daily Mail, new research by a leading scientific researcher suggests that children riding in the car is a danger in itself, despite the temperature, and for a very unexpected reason: air pollution.

What Do Small Business Marketing Budgets Look Like in 2017?

The digital marketing industry is known for being unpredictable. In part, that’s because digital marketing trends are results-oriented, meaning that they ebb and flow based on the habits of consumers.

For example, as soon as people started using smartphones for everyday browsing, the digital marketing industry adjusted accordingly. That’s why it’s important to stay on top of the latest online marketing trends, especially for small and medium-sized companies with limited budgets.


C-5’s In Dover Remain Grounded While Officials Look For Replacement Parts

At the Dover Air Force Base, the C-5M Galaxy aircraft remains grounded due to the need for parts, according to

Exploring The Latest Trends In Print And Digital Marketing

It’s no secret that the the small business climate fluctuates constantly, which means that business owners need to consistently evolve their marketing techniques – like print, social media or digital marketing – if they want to stay afloat.

Ever Wonder What It’s Like To Live on a Boat? Here’s Some Advice From ‘The Boat Fam’

For many, boating is a hobby, but for ‘The Boat Fam,’ it’s truly a way of life.

Erica and Scott Magdalein and their two boys, Dyess and Lucas, have been living on a boat for over a year, according to Curbed. Now, they’re sharing their boating lifestyle experiences and tips with other boating enthusiasts.

Allegan General Hospital Employee Finally Retires After 50-Year Career

Today's work environment is as competitive as ever, and employees are switching jobs at unprecedented rates -- in fact, $11 billion is lost annually due to employee turnover. But Janice Hays has been working for the same employer for 50 years, and after half a century she has finally reached her retirement, WZZM reports.

Two California Environmental Groups Sue FDA For Nestle Water Pumping Information

Two California environmental groups have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for information about Nestle, who has been diverting “tens of millions of gallons” of water from a California creek for bottled water, according to Courthouse News.

Denver Food Deserts Prioritizing Childhood Nutrition Education With Help Of Community Gardens

In 2014, 35% of all households in America, or 42 million households, were growing food at home or in a community garden, up 17% in five years. Three years later, community gardening efforts are still on the rise, and one childcare center in northeast Denver is educating children at a young age about the importance of gardening and healthy eating, according to The Denver Post.

Worcester County Boasts Highest DUI Conviction Rates In Maryland

A new report shows that the Worcester County State’s Attorney’s Office was shown to have the highest rates of conviction for all Maryland DUI cases.

Invasive Species Targeting And Quickly Destroying Michigan's Hemlock Trees

If you've noticed a tiny insect eating through Michigan's hemlock trees, you're not alone. The hemlock wooly agelgid (HWA) is an invasive species that can seriously damage the state's forests, according to The Detroit News.

RV Scenic Drives

Camping is one of the best ways to escape into the wilderness and enjoy the great outdoors. And while tent camping is great for a more rustic and minimalist experience, RV camping creates a whole new level of adventure by combining luxury with nature.

UC-Berkeley Expands Student Health Care Plan To Include Transgender Services

In the midst of a nationwide struggle for healthcare, UC-Berkeley has started providing its transgender students with the opportunity for healthcare coverage that now includes fertility preservation and laser hair removal, according to The Daily Californian.

Detroit School District Employees Eligible For 50% Discount On City Homes

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan has but one simple goal.

“We want to bring our educators back into the city,” he said at a recent news conference.

That’s his motivation for adapting a new housing program designed to give educators and other school employees a 50% discount on homes in the city. At a time when major cities have effectively priced their own teachers out of the housing market, Detroit is trying to put its many unused homes to good use.


Recent Warehouse Fire Required So Much Water It Almost Broke the Water System

Even though fires in warehouse properties have declined substantially over the past 30 years, they aren’t unheard of, and a recent warehouse fire in Frankford, Sussex County put “a strain” on the water system, according to Delmarva Now.