Life

One-way streets and traffic in NYC

Michael Page didn't want to take a load to Queens, N.Y., but the pay was going to be so high that he couldn't say no.

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‘Amped’ by Daniel H. Wilson

In a futuristic America where people with cybernetic enhancements are discriminated against, some even hunted down and killed, one man fights for his life and the rights of people like him.

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Lost in Germany

A reader's tale of getting lost driving a truck for the Army in Germany.

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Posture correcting device

The iPosture vibrates when the user slouches and continues until posture is corrected.

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Erb Transport, PGT manager win TCA’s weight loss contest

Rhonda Yost of New Brighton, Pa., and New Hamburg, Ontario-based fleet Erb Transport took top honors in the Truckload Carriers Association's second Trucking's Weight Loss Showdown.

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Health tip: Eat a peppermint

Feeling sluggish? Pop a peppermint.

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Healthy burgers at DQ

Dairy Queen is very well known for their sweet desserts. They do offer a menu of entrees and meals, too, though. If you get a hankering for DQ, try these burgers for a healthier option.

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Health and happiness go hand in hand

It's a medically proven fact that happy people are healthier. Happiness gives them an inner strength that actually makes their bodies function better.

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Online Interface Makes it Easier for Drivers to Find Need-it-Now Parts

Eating utensil and multi-tool

The Columbia River Eat’N Tool is a multi-tool that combines a spoon, fork, bottle opener, screwdriver, pry tip and three metric wrench reliefs.

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A repeat: Human-powered tractor pull

Hapfor Bjornsson of Iceland, for the second year in a row, won the truck-pull qualifying event at the World's Strongest Man competition.

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