Hurricane vs. House

December 30, 2012  |  Environment  |  No Comments

Natural disasters swept through North America each year costing an average of more than $34 billion. One of the most dangerous of these catastrophes is the hurricane.

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Science Fair Project Facts

December 25, 2012  |  Educational, How Tos  |  No Comments

Science fairs, the bane of students everywhere. At first they seem only like an imaginary threat, but as students progress from grade to grade the threat materializes with a simple phrase uttered by a teacher, “You’re going to complete a science fair project.” The horror!
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The Perfect Football Fan

December 20, 2012  |  Entertainment  |  No Comments

Football season is upon us once again, and how would you feel if we told you that you could be a part of the game? Fantasy football has been taken to the next level with the free app “Football Connect.” This unique application integrates all the live NFL game scores as well as highlights from the game with a fantasy football game you can play with your friends.

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Behind Every Good Survivor is a Qualified Team of Medical Staff

December 18, 2012  |  Entertainment, Health  |  No Comments

Reality TV has become something of a craze in the entertainment world. Even if you hardly ever turn on the tube, you’ve probably been sucked into a reality show at least a few times. Shows, such as The Biggest Loser and Survivor, are some of our favorites. The Biggest loser is about to start its 14th season and Survivor now has 25 full seasons.
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The Economics of Becoming a Consultant

December 10, 2012  |  Business  |  No Comments

Consulting can be a great career move, both financially and mentally. Setting your own hours, fees, and choosing clients offers great opportunities for making it big while still keeping it small. It’s not all winter vacations and cat videos in the beginning though, the start up takes a lot.

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50 Best Books for Teachers

December 7, 2012  |  Educational  |  No Comments

Educating yourself does not stop in the classroom. In fact, most teachers will tell you that they spend lots of times, each year, reading up on their specialty. For most of us, our favorite teachers are the ones who remain flexible and ready to learn as well as teach. It is those teachers who seem like they’re keeping up with things relevant to a changing world that tend to impress and each us the most. Read More

Fall Asthma and Allergy Woes

December 1, 2012  |  Health  |  No Comments

Over half of all United States citizens have one or more allergies, and nearly 8 percent have asthma. This means 1 out of 5 people in the United States have at least one allergy or asthma related symptoms.

There are several factors causing these high numbers of allergies and asthma symptoms, one of which is genetics. In families that have one parent with allergies, 33 percent of children will later develop an allergy. In families that have two parents with allergies, children are more than twice as likely to develop an allergy as well.
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Getting Fit to Lead – Habits for Successful Leadership

November 27, 2012  |  Business  |  No Comments

There are some things, in human nature, that will never change.  We like to rebel against overbearing authority and we like to do our best work for leaders whom we can respect.  These things have been always been true.  Yet, in a world that seems to be running faster every day, it is vital for businesses to modernize their management styles and keep up with leadership trends.
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