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The next big thing: How technology will transform supermarkets (again)

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As more people shop for groceries and household staples online, brick-and-mortar supermarkets are likely to become a lot less "super," downsizing to specialty markets.

Greg Blass With U.S. research and regulation nearly nonexistent, we must look abroad for information on dangers of cell phone use

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Dangers from radio frequency waves are real, especially for children and teens.

Greg Blass How the Suffolk DA came to be the highest-paid elected official in the county — and what you can...

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The County Legislature long ago gave up control over the district attorney's pay, which is set by the same state commission that sets the salaries of state judges and state legislators.

Greg Blass Unhappy at work? You’re not alone

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A recently released study of 3,000 US workers shows that a majority of Americans are unhappy in the workplace.

Greg Blass When it comes to tick-borne illness, you must be your own advocate

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Even today, some doctors know little about it, and have to be coaxed into testing for it.

Greg Blass Politics vs. policy in treating tick-borne illnesses: Which will prevail?

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The influence of the health insurance lobby over public health policymakers results in a treatment protocol that puts profits over patients.

Greg Blass: Suffolk politics, a powerful union and 84 dismissed police misconduct complaints

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It is clear that the police commissioner, and not a front man, has a lot to explain.

Greg Blass: There is power in positivity

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"The mind is its own place, and in itself, can make a heaven of hell, or a hell of heaven."

Greg Blass: Education should stoke, not stifle, free thought and free expression

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Are our centers of learning molding future generations to push away those who have a different point of view, or philosophy, or belief system?

Greg Blass: The fix is in: Party bosses, not voters, decide who will be Suffolk County’s next district attorney and sheriff

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Voters and elections are mere afterthoughts when the party bosses meet behind closed doors to pick candidates and cut cross-endorsement deals.