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1.Are You in a Good Place? Seven Questions to Help You Navigate from Humdrum to Happiness
We all get stuck in uninspiring ruts sometimes, but that doesn’t mean we have to stay there. Image consultant Marla Tomazin asks seven questions that will help you to identify the ruts that may be detracting from your health, relationships, and overall look. It’s so easy to just take life ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/07 05:07PM - Story - 993 Hits
2.Common Mistakes in Choosing Your Corporation
Incorporating your business is a big step. It can be an exciting and terrifying step, particularly as you prepare to deal with all of the requirements and benefits that come from having a corporate status. It might seem at first that choosing the name for your corporation is the least ...
by Angela Sanders on 06/18 12:32AM - Story - 1,157 Hits
3.Thanksgiving Poses Potential Problems for Pets
BluePearl Veterinary Partners urges people to practice caution over the Thanksgiving holiday as many of the items prepared for humans to feast on, may pose serious problems to their furry and feathered friends. During the holidays, BluePearl sees a significant uptick in pet-related emergencies, many of which are avoidable. Some ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/19 05:56PM - Story - 1,001 Hits
4.E - The Environmental Magazine Investigates the Nanoparticles in Our Food
The November/December 2012 issue of E - The Environmental Magazine (now posted at: www.emagazine.com) features a package of articles devoted to the increasing presence of nanoparticles in our food supply.
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/13 03:04PM - Story - 5,026 Hits
5.New Author Teaches The Importance Of Special Relationships In A Child’s Life
“Do small things, with great love.” –Mother Theresa. The same sentiment is expressed in the new children‟s book Grampy and Me by Suzanne Holko, the story of a young girl who befriends and “adopts” the next-door neighbor as her beloved “Grampy.”
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/11 12:29PM - Story - 793 Hits
6.Summer of Happiness: Six Simple Things You Can Do This Summer to Let the Sunshine In
If your life could use a little lift, Todd Patkin says there’s no better time than summer to make small changes that will have a big impact on your outlook.
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/05 02:14PM - Story - 827 Hits
7.Glass Doctor® Busts Top Five Windshield Ice Removal Myths
Impatient drivers trying to remove ice from windshields often discover creative ways to break the glass. Glass Doctor busts the top five auto glass de-icing myths: 1. Pour hot water on the vehicle's windshield and windows to melt the ice. Make sure it melts the ice completely so the frozen ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/09 01:17PM - Story - 1,819 Hits
8.Beyond Swine Flu
Deirdre Imus As the hysteria surrounding the swine flu begins to subside, so do the unanswered questions about the origin of the disease. While a 24-hour news cycle incessantly tallies each and every victim, few networks have reported on the possible source of the outbreak. In a scenario we see ...
by Paramus Post on 07/10 06:17PM - Story - 1,343 Hits
9.Bergen Community College's The Center for Suburban Criminal Justice presents "Bullies in Suburbia"
... gives the students the opportunity to “feel” the same situation from the viewpoint of the bully, the bully’s target, and the bystander. I also always emphasize the importance of the role of the bystander in bullying situations because the bystander can unintentionally (or intentionally) frequently facilitate or stop the bullying.
by Sandra Humphrey on 03/07 12:54PM - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
10.Sustainable Seafood
Ocean fish are the last wild creatures that people hunt on a large scale. We used to think of the ocean's bounty as endless. Recently, we have discovered its limits. Between 1950 and 1994, ocean fishermen increased their catch by 400 percent by doubling the number of boats they used ...
by Shawn Dell Joyce on 03/02 09:09AM - Story - 1,797 Hits
11.Sleep Loss Contributes to Weight Gain
... attention to your diet and spending more time exercising. But if you aren't getting at least seven hours of sleep each night, you could be unintentionally sabotaging your weight loss efforts. Mounting scientific evidence supports the notion that sleep deprivation significantly increases the risk for becoming overweight or obese. While ...
by Dr. Rallie McAllister on 01/12 05:32AM - Story - 2,694 Hits
12.Terms of Use
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by Paramus Post on 12/11 11:58PM - Pages - 9,352 Hits
13.Spears' 'Circus' is Just More of the Same Brand: Britney Lite
Britney Spears Quick, somebody call the irony police! Britney Spears is back with a new album, "Circus," and she's apparently still as clueless as ever about the difference between art and artifice, earnest expression and empty ear-candy. Then again, this MTV-bred teen-sex-doll-turned-adult-train-wreck clearly owes much of her past success precisely ...
by Anonymous on 12/09 05:54AM - Story - 4,426 Hits
14.Creative Ways to Break a Windshield While Removing Ice
Impatient drivers trying to remove ice from their vehicles before their fingers go numb often discover creative ways to break the glass. .They pour hot water on the windshield and windows to melt the ice. Of course they make sure it melts the ice completely so the frozen glass will ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/04 03:42PM - Story - 4,160 Hits
15.Like her or not, Mariah Carey prevails in the world of pop
DIVA DIVISION There are divas, and there are divas. And then there's Mariah Carey, a pop superstar who makes most other divas seem like shy, retiring wallflowers - with or without her ability to sing notes so high only certain breeds of dogs can appreciate (or hear) them. Now embarked ...
by Anonymous on 10/20 12:59AM - Story - 4,898 Hits
16.Study smart approaches to homework
STUDY SMART Our experts all believe in one overriding approach: It's your child's homework, not yours. Here are some do's and don'ts, courtesy of the National PTA: - Assume that your children will have homework every night. - Ask them if they understand their assignments. If they don't, work a ...
by Anonymous on 10/05 12:45AM - Story - 2,572 Hits
17.Sound I've waited for: cell phone, music player
Long ago, in a faraway land called Arizona, a Motorola engineer wrote me to say he was working on an exciting new technology with the exotic name of Bluetooth. It was the next great thing, and it was just around the corner, he said. Bluetooth was to be a short-range ...
by Anonymous on 09/17 12:33AM - Story - 3,581 Hits
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