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Monthly Archives: May 2019

Are You in the Way of Your Own Success?

In his landmark inspirational Bestseller, Illusions, Author Richard Bach, says: “Argue for your limitations – and sure enough they are yours.” How many times do you want to try something new, take advantage of a possibly amazing, albeit risky opportunity – when that familiar voice inside of you says, “No, I can’t.” You convince yourself that, “I am too old,” ...

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Professor Accused of Kidnapping Three Women

In recent years, the once acclaimed world of academia has regrettably become a dumping ground for misfits, malcontents and morons. This most recent incident involving a Penn State Professor moonlighting as an Uber driver is perhaps the most disturbing. Richard Lomotey an assistant professor at the university’s Beaver campus was allegedly charged with kidnapping two women on May 11th. However, ...

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What Everyone Needs to Know About Foot Pain and Shoes

Millions of Americans suffer from foot pain. There are many causes of foot pain from injuries to heredity to disease states – but did you know that one of the most common causes of foot pain is not wearing the right kind of shoes? No matter the type of shoe, footwear has basically been designed for: Comfort Protection Support Style ...

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Achieve Personal Goals To Ensure Mental Stability

When we think of our overall health, we typically focus on our physical rather than mental. We fail to understand that what we think about ourselves, and how we fell about our lives, contributes to our physical health. Don’t be fooled into thinking that your health is only affected by what you eat on a daily basis. You can eat ...

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Fraternities: the Pros and Cons of Going Greek

It’s graduation season, and that means, among all the other things you may be worrying or wondering about in sending your son off to college as a Freshman, is whether he should join a fraternity or not. Despite what you may think, there is more to fraternity and the “Greek Lifestyle” on campus than beer guzzling parties. There are many ...

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How Much Sleep Do Women Need?

How much sleep do you need? In general, it’s important for men and women to get a full night’s rest, however, if you’re a woman you’re going to need to add twenty more minutes. According to sleep scientists, woman genetically need more sleep than men and when females don’t receive quality rest it can lead to weight gain, health issues, ...

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What Every Family Should Know About Conserving Water

Water is a precious resource. Most Americans — since we are so used to just turning the tap, and Voila! — as much as you want, are painfully unaware of just how short in supply water is worldwide. According to The World Bank, there are 80 countries with water shortages major enough to threaten the health of their people and ...

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Democrats Displace U.S. Kids in Favor of Immigrants

The immigration crisis has claimed its first American victims on U.S. soil, thanks to Democratically controlled legislators in the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Recently, Democrats have been receiving fire for forced kids out of their annual 4-H event held at the New Mexico State Fairgrounds. The annual 4-H Horse School has held this event at the Expo New Mexico ...

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Is it ADHD or just Kids Being Kids?

Kids running around like the energizer bunny has always been the accepted natural duo. That is until the more recent seeming problem with kids needing to sit still and not be rambunctiously inquisitively interruptive in school. Today the label of ADHD – attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, a fancy name for inattention and impulsiveness seems to be the accepted norm. But ...

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