Hackensack’s Michael F. Delaney Will Serve as First Commanding Officer of New U.S. Attack Submarine

THE USS MONTANA, A VIRGINIA Class nuclear fast attack submarine under construction at Newport News Shipbuilding, is scheduled to join the U.S. Navy fleet in 2020. She will be lethal, able to protect carrier and expe­ditionary strike groups, as well as hunt and destroy enemy attack and missile submarines and surface ships. Equipped with the most advanced stealth technology, the
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Diabetes: Poor Blood Sugar Control Increases Gum Disease, Tooth Loss

GUM DISEASE IS THE LEADING cause of tooth loss, and research has shown that loss of teeth is tied to a decreased life span. In fact, gum disease affects more than your mouth, with systemic connections to serious illnesses, including diabetes. Due to poor blood glucose control, dia­betes makes someone two times to four times more susceptible to gum disease.
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The Food Industry Must Strategize and Adapt

A 2016 STUDY BY DELOITTE AND the non-profit ReFED shows that the U.S. restaurant sector gen­erates approximately 11 million tons of food waste annually, which amounts to more than $25 billion in disposal costs. By making eco-friendly or green choices and following sustainable practices, the restaurant industry can save money and increase profits. Given a growing list of challenges—from an
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Businesses Can Prevent Many Sophisticated Cyber Attacks

ACCORDING TO THE PWC GLOBAL Economic Crime Report, cyber- crime is now the second most reported economic crime, affecting 31 percent of organizations. “Every business is a target,” says Adam Levin, chairman and founder of CyberScout, co-founder of Credit.com and author of the book, Swiped, which offers guidelines for preventing identity theft. “In fact, smaller businesses are greater targets because
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Bariatric Surgery Can Offer Long-Term Weight Loss and Good Health for Patients

ACCORDING TO THE CENTERS FOR Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than one-third (36.5 percent) of American adults are obese. In addition, the U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey estimates that medical care costs associated with this disease are more than $147 billion per year and rising, as obesity increases the risk of costly, chronic conditions such as dia­betes,
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