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Retirement Management by Matt Alexander
... For these individuals, doing the things they’ve always dreamed of starting a new career or hobby, traveling, buying a second home, spending time with friends and family, volunteering in the community – is not even a consideration. For some, even having enough money to pay for basic needs is out of reach. Pension Plans As we all know, pensions are starting to disappear. Retirement plans such as 401(k)s and 403(b)s are taking their places. This is actually a good thing because it forces ...

Hands on Science for Kids-Learn by Doing by Lisa Bronart
... Does your child’s interest in animals command their full attention? The Fun With Your Dog Science Kit might tempt their curiosity by testing a dog’s hearing, determining a dog’s personality or creating dog bone cookies. Take fun science into the bathroom with Scientific Explorer’s Spa Science Kit! Kids can mix fragrances, make foaming baths and create smelling potions. Determine how smells affect family members and friends differently - the ultimate test of the senses!

A Teen Pregnancy Can be a Crisis by Valerie Giles
... the advice, support and care that a proper medical doctor or counselor can provide. Once a teenage girl finds out that her first month symptom of pregnancy and very early sign of pregnancy are in fact pregnancy she should make sure that her nutritional, emotional and other needs be properly met. Teen pregnancy without a doubt can be a difficult and emotional time and at the earliest possible sign of pregnancy should be met with the right support and care of family, friends and physicians.

Organized for Success: Five Keys For Making Home-Work Work by Anita Paul
... Delegate Whether your team is your family, friends or sub-contractors, begin to place a higher value on them and learn to trust your team and their ability to help you. Delegating doesn’t mean passing the buck. It is a smart practice that all successful executives employ regularly. “Surround yourself with people who are qualified and whose strengths complement yours,” suggests Filer. Don’t wait until you’re overwhelmed to call upon your team for help.

Death Calculator-How Long will You Live? by Barbara Kimmel
... Do you have a family history of obesity, diabetes, or chronic depression? Subtract 2 per occurrence. FACT: Family history demonstrates just how many cultural risks are enhanced by genetic predisposition. 31. Do you take a once-daily dose (physician-approved) of an anti-inflammatory agent? Yes = plus 4. No = 0. FACT: Scientific studies of anti-inflamatory drugs such as aspirin and statins show a reduced risk of cardio-vascular diseases such as heart attack and stroke.

Weight Loss One Step at a Time by Kory Doszpoly
... After seeing how people tended to let go of themselves beyond a certain age and knowing my own family history, I vowed that I, for one, would never let things get out of hand. I thought about this as I stepped off the scale one day, and decided that it was time to put my proverbial money where my mouth was. As I was trying to figure out how to go about losing weight, I remembered a quote by the ancient Greek philosopher, Socrates: “Success is a habit.” My interpretation of this phrase is ...

A Small Business Approach To Computer Downtime by Aidan McDermott
... Resources such as friends, family and the internet are consulted for answers and some trial and error approaches, such as using generic “fix all” programs, are tried. That failing, a local computer service shops can be called for on-site or drop-off support. Or as a new and increasingly popular alternative, a remote service provider can be used. Depending on the user’s knowledge of computers, the “do it yourself” approach can sometimes work and considering the time spent doing research, ...

Increasing Brain Power by Tim Bryce
... It can also be engaged due to circumstances and affected by others, such as our friends, family, fellow workers and manager. How a manager manipulates his worker's brain power is analogous to a mechanic fine-tuning an automobile. He is simply trying to get the most out of it. Hopefully, we can give the mechanic something to work with; if not, we'll be scrapped. "The more you use your brain, the more brain you will have to use."- George Dorsey For additional information on the use of time, ...

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