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Things Are Looking Up in New Brunswick at Boraie Development's... The city of New Brunswick, New Jersey, is enjoying a modern renaissance through the efforts of Rutgers University, private corporations like Johnson & Johnson, city government and property developers....

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Venezuelan Government Forces Power Rationing These are indeed tough times to be living Venezuela. Not only are citizens dealing with the effects of the decline in the economy and a water supply shortage, they must now deal with power rationing in...

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Increased Scrutiny of CCO’s and Strong CCO, Helene... Recent data revealed that Chief Compliance Officers (CCO’s) are under an increased amount of scrutiny involving both the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC). This...

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Transforming Youtuber Wengie Wengie is a famous youtuber that understands how business works and she is making a name for herself. Just seeing the enormous amount of videos of Wengie on youtube it's obvious that she loves what she...

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Venezuela Changes Its Time Zone To Save Power Every country in the world is free to operate on the time zone that works best for them, and Venezuela has decided to alter its time zone to save power. The country is looking for ways to save electricity...

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Important Steps to Take When Negative Photos Appear... Status Labs is a top online reputation management firm. Darius Fisher the president and co-founder of the firm has been reaching to people through various media platforms with advice on online reputation...

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Dr. Jennifer Walden's Booming Practice Dr. Jennifer Walden was featured on Harpers Bazaar ​magazine listed as one of the top 24 doctors on the cutting edge. Dr. Walden has a waiting list in Texas for a variety of face and body surgeries,...

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George Soros Warns About A 2008 Repeat Global market conditions are not always positive for investors. History has shown markets can and do suffer major downswings. The 2008 market meltdown nearly destroyed global economies throughout the world....

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Beneful Offers the Tastiest Dog Treats When it comes to food and treats for your dog, nutrition is not a factor you want to overlook or skimp on. Beneful offers the tastiest and most nutritious treats for the beloved dog or puppy of your family....

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Brazil Is Using Intensified Disease Management To Control... Intensified disease management is a solution to mosquito-borne diseases in Brazil, according to Medical Advisor Dr. Sergio Cortes. Dr. Cotes defines intensified disease management as a controlled effort...

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How Bernado Chua Capitalized on Ganoderma Market Gap... Bernando Chua is founder and the CEO of Organo Gold. He founded the global Networking Company in 2008 in order to make ganoderma lucidum appreciated better in the whole world. In the process of spreading...

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Town Residential Fast Pacing Real Estate Market Development... New York City is the world's leading real estate market. This city is full of vibrant real estate establishments and good real estate agencies. Town Residential is this city's best real estate services...

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The Creative Mind Expressions of Jon Urbana I wrote about him a few months ago and here's an update. Jon Urbana is a Colorado entrepreneur that has many talents and hobbies that he shares with the world. He is an avid supporter of various charity...

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Sanjay Shah Partners With Done Events In Dubai The former Solo Capital director Sanjay Shah decided to step back from running the activities of the company and is pursuing full-time philanthropy. In his new philanthropy venture, Sanjay relates much...

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How Sanjay Shah And Solo Capital Spread Information Solo Capital is a global investment firm that offers a variety of financial instruments to help diversify portfolios and generate wealth. They focus their efforts in three main areas of the financial sector....

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Brad Reifler Introduces Forefront Capital Trust To... So what's it like investing like a big boss? Thanks to Brad Reifler, CEO of Forefront Capital, the other 99 percent of the world can learn how to place their pennies in Forefront Income Trust. Reuters...

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Keeping Things Simple Sanjay has been a huge inspiration for me when it comes to getting my life together and accomplishing the dreams that I have always thought were to far out of my reach. They say we all need a person or...

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Werewolf Nails Aren’t Just For The Night Owls   New York Fashion Week brings us the newest beauty trends for the season. No one knows what to expect from the New York catwalks, but the inspiration from the full moon above led to a surprising...

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Springtime for New York Real Estate 2016 As spring nears in 2016, New York Real Estate it as tricky as ever. Buyers are taking a bit more time before making purchases. Completed condos have increased market housing supplies. Interest rates have...

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Manse On Marsh: Choosing A Senior Living Facility Are you trying to find out about the benefits of moving your loved one into a senior community? Want to know why Manse On Marsh is considered one of the most reputable assisted living centers around? Assisted...

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Andy Wirth Against Olympic Valley Incorporation Andy Wirth, the leader of one of the largest ski resorts in the Lake Tahoe area, Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, has been very vocal about recent battle of incorporation that had been fought by Lake Tahoe's...

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The Wife Range of Quality Dog Food I like the way that the dog food industry is evolving with all of the new premium dog food that is on the market. I have some great choices in the dog food industry, and I believe that the choices are...

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Sergio Cortes And The Zika Epidemic In Brazil   Dr. Sergio Cortes is the secretary of health in Brazil and he also publishes many articles on his website called Sergiocortesoficial.com. These are articles that have to do with health and with...

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Doctor Sergio Cortes Talks About Public Health In Xerem Public health is an important consideration. Officials in any given district must be fully aware of the many ways that they can help make sure that people stay healthy and disease does not get spread....

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The Ultimate Michael Jackson Impersonator The very fact that two people, who are totally not related to each other, can share a similar physical appearance is mind-blowing. So the resemblance of Sergio Cortes to the late Michael Jackson is quite...

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Andy Wirth's Crusade To Prevent Incorporation In Lake... The Reno Gazette-Journal just released an article highlighting the causes of the recent economic slump in Lake Tahoe, and it also covered the battle between Andy Wirth and the backers of incorporation...

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Music Is Inspiring Some Amazing Medical Research Humanity always tends to rise to the occasion. When adversity faces the world at large than people usually step up. The only issue is that it's often difficult to know exactly how one can help. With something...

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Combining Joy and Medical Research Medical research may well be one of the most important aspects of modern society. It's allowing people to live to see some really amazing things. But one of the less appreciated aspects of medical research...

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Kyle Bass Explains Why China's Woes Won't Be Theirs... John Donne famously once wrote that "No man is an island". While he was referring to people's need for each other, he just as easily could have been referring to international stock markets. Even though...

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Sam Tabar's Thoughts Into How One Can Make Serious... Sam Tabar subscribes to the school of thought that commodities are all about conducting research and making a careful investment decision. Making a careful decision means being in a position to perform...

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How to Achieve Fame On YouTube Today, there are thousands of people that have achieved amazing fame and fortune via YouTube. The fact is that millions probably would like a piece of that pie. Achieving fame on the site is very advantageous...

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Darius Fisher-Reputation Protector Much like Kerry Washington's character in Scandal, Darius Fisher, the president and co-founder of Status Labs helps give second chances to public figures, politicians and executives. His company specializes...

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Autism Rocks Solo Capital Autism Rocks is a charity that raises money for autism by hosting concerts with famous artists. It was founded by Sanjay Shah and has one of the most interesting back stories. Sanjay Shah was contacted...

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Purina and Beneful Has History That is Proven Using fresh chicken and beef is very expensive. It cost a lot more to produce dog food flavors that include these main ingredients. Major pet food producers are losing money and haveing a difficult time...

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Chicago Entrepreneur Strives to Help Nepal Earthquake... The April 2015 Nepal earthquake has been recorded as one of the most devastating events in that part of the world. It is also known as the Gorkha earthquake. The statistics show more than 8,000 people...

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Issues With Modern Investment Banking Stock indexes may be at all-time highs, but investment bankers are not quite seeing the results of this. There are a lot of different reasons that this may be happening. The investment banking sector simply...

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Keeping An Eye On Your Financial Future Having any type of future in the world of finances in Brazil can seem like a bleak goal to have, but it is possible to have a fairly successful financial future in the country. In order to do this, you...

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Holiday Treats Wage A War On Your Skin Many of us already know that the holidays offer a lot of ways to sabotage our best laid out plans to lose weight heading into the new year. What many fail to realize is that combination of sugar and alcohol...

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Manhattan Real Estate Vacancies Hit a 9 Year High Manhattan is a place that is coveted by many individuals when it comes to high-class NYC real estate. However lately, Zero Hedge has reported that there have been many more vacancies in Manhattan. This...

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North American Spine New Acquisition The latest news from Nobilis Health, a publicly-traded organization (anticipated NYSE: HLTH), is that they have acquired North American Spine, the parent company of the AccuraScope procedure®. North American...

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Sergio Cortes And Staff Survey Flooded Areas The State Secretary of Health Sergio Cortes, was on Sunday morning, in Xerém, Duque de Caxias, surveying the areas most affected by the floods this week, in addition to the main shelters who are receiving...

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BMG's Newest Sponsorship Beneficiary     Banco BMG has been on the frontline of sports sponsorship and developments. This strategy forms part of its corporate social responsibility as well as brand marketing. They have sponsorship...

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Yeonmi Park: A Family's Search for Freedom When Yeonmi Park has first fled North Korea, the whole plan was for the family to meet up away from North Korea. The events that led up to the decision to escape North Korea. First there was the famine....

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How Dr. Sergio Cortes Relieves Back Pain Back pain is a major issue that can be a result of technology that seems to run the daily lives of everyone throughout the world. It is an issue that affects millions of people and can be uncomfortable...

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Ricardo Guimarães: Creating New Opportunites with...   The BMG has announced its newest sponsored tennis player, Marcelo Melo. The company said it had signed a commercial agreement with the athlete, who occupies the number one position in the world...

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The Assisted Living That Benefits Seniors There are a plethora of people that are in need of assisted living facilities. Sometimes seniors find that it is harder to do things on their own. They may have once been married and are now widows. They...

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Lime Crime Shows That Makeup Is An Art Form Doe Deere is a woman who understands that makeup should make a statement. That is why whenever you see her, she looks absolutely flawless. Deere is a woman who is known for rocking bright colors in a flawless...

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New Types Of Beneful Dog Food Purina is known to make some of the best dog food on the market today. Beneful is a brand of dog food produced by Purina that is one of the best dog foods in stores because of the great ingredients and...

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The Benefits of Beneful Dog food Beneful is a healthy and nutritious dog food made for all sorts of dogs. No one knows your dog better than Beneful. Our food is meant to help puppies grow into strong capable dogs. Our hope is to one day...

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The Growth Of North American Spine For those of you looking for good news in the medical field, look no further. The ever evolving landscape of medicine just got an addition to its topography. North American Spine has expanded their...

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A Leader and a Woman Susan McGalla is a consultant and a business lady from Pittsburgh. She is the executive director of strategic planning and development for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Susan McGalla recently established P3...

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The Abundance of Lawyers in Brazil There are a ton of lawyers in Brazil. This is due to the abundance of law schools. The good thing about this is that people can more easily learn about their rights and where they can get protection and...

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Yeonmi Park: Breaking Free as a Child Yeonmi Park broke free with her mother through a frozen river. However, the flight from one bad circumstance had led her to another bad circumstance in human trafficking. She has been sold and has even...

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New Cancer Research Funding at Rutgers Thanks to Omar...   According to a Newswise article published last week Rutgers genomic science and precision medicine department received some amazing news in the form of an endowment. Local developer Omar Boraie...

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HEDGE FUND MANAGEMENT WITH KENNETH GRIFFIN Ken Griffin is an important American Hedge Fund and philanthropists. The Florida native is the founder CEO of Citadel. He recently had a building and scholarship renamed after him for his philanthropic...

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How Bernado Chua Started And Grew Organo Gold Bernardo Chua is well recognized as among the top names in the direct sales industry, and is also well known for his online photography. During the last two decades, he has focused all his efforts...

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All About Yeonmi Park's New Book And Her Journey To... Yeonmi Park is an extraordinary young woman. Unlike many girls her age in developed and democratic countries, she has endured a lot. As outlined in her book In Order To Live, she went through a lot of...

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Steve Murray Leads CCMP Capital Advisors, LLC to A... CCMP Capital Advisors, LLC focuses on growth equity and buyouts delivering its services to the upper middle companies in this market. This privately owned equity firm on blogs.wsj.com invests in not only...

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Handy redefines the cleaning service industry Hiring somebody to clean a house has always had an undercurrent of apprehension to it, in both the customers and the cleaning professionals. There has always been an uneasy feeling in the customers that...

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What The Investment Bank Can Do For You Investment banking typically brings to mind huge, conglomerate banks that aid corporations in becoming larger. While this may be a part of what an investment bank does, it is only a tip of the iceberg....

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Status Labs Online Reputation Management When it comes to reputation, the internet has been the best way of connecting you or your small business interests throughout the world. That is why the game has changed for image management and public...

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It's Always Sky Season With Squaw Valley For lovers of skiing, it is always ski season in Squaw Valley. Here, it is possible to hit the slopes throughout the year, and while winter is the buty time, it doesn't mean that guests are not able to...

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The Law Career of Frans Schoeman Frans Schoeman, an attorney based in Bellville, South Africa, is a hard working lawyer who gets to the heart of the matter. He focuses on providing valuable services to his clients. His business philosophy,...

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Eucatex - Excellence in Wood Paulo Salim Maluf was born September 3, 1931 in Brazilian. He has a political career spanning over four decades which include many functions, such as Mayor of São Paulo, State Governor of São Paulo,...

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Darius Fisher: Creator of Second Chances Everyone deserves a second chance. That seems to be the common wisdom after someone makes a mistake. Sometimes making a mistake can alter one’s life. Reputations suffer, and one’s credibility becomes...

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The Success of Notre Dame Lacrosse When Pelham Memorial sophomore Matt Landis was approached by colleges already asking him to commit to their lacrosse programs, he had his pick of east coast and Midwest elite schools. In the end, he...

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Frans Schoeman; A Sparkling Attourney of South Africa When thinking of South Africa, visions of diamonds and gold, silver and platinum, precious stones and metals will fill the imagination. The fact is that these are real raw materials that fill in the details...

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Austin's Plastic Surgery Starlet Dr. Jennifer Walden is a hot name in cosmetic surgery and in the media, and with an array of accomplishments medical, educational, and philanthropic in nature, she has earned her place on top. Dr. Walden,...

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The New World of International Dating With the sudden popularity of social media and dating apps, online dating is now not only socially acceptable but standard practice. Like online dating, international dating is meant for connecting those...

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North Korea Defector Yeonm Park North Korea remains one of a handful of societies in the modern world adheres to the doctrine of communism. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall over two decades, this particular ideology has fallen from...

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Joseph Bismark Accepts Certificate from UNGC and Pledges... Qi Group of companies, founded by Joseph Bismark, has been recognized as a new member of the UN Global Compact Network (UNGC) according to an article published by Yahoo Finance. The network is comprised...

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Joseph Bismark and QI Group Now Members of UNGC Network The parent company of QNET, QI Group of Companies, was accepted as one of the members of the United Nations Global Compact at the 2015 International CSR Summit which was held recently in Singapore. QI...

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Social Networking Through Apps for Androids I am a firm believer in doing things online. I shop for things online. I get my coupons through websites. I also believe that the Internet providers a great atmosphere for social networking, dating and...

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Monitor A Wiki Page And Keep Away The Spammers Anyone publishing a Wikipedia site to help draw attention to a business, cause, private or public citizen, or notable event has to be on the lookout for people causing mischief. Since Wikipedia is a community...

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Not Just An Ordinary Staffing Agency Health care, as in most jobs, is a competitive field. Finding a position in that field can lead you through a maze of red tape. A better way to conduct your health care job search is through a recruitment...

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Lime Crime: A Brand that is Both Cruelty Free and Vegan Cruelty-free is a label used for products that does not test on animals before distribution. Many modern cosmetic companies are now using the label cruelty-free and have abandoned animal testing and have...

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James Dondero Investing in the Future Investment banking is a complex system where individuals and corporations raise capita on behalf of a client or institution. Through buying and selling these institutions create stronger structures. Matching...

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Purina Produces Growing up in the farm and ranch community, you simply do not change things that are not broken. Straying from this euphemism will cost any farmer and rancher considerably more in the long run than it...

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Andy Wirth has some comments on the drought Andy Wirth is one of the most popular names in the skiing community, and for good reason. Recently, he helped to get the Squaw Valley resort on their feet and skiers around the country are now checking...

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Dubai’s 3D Printed Office Building to Change the... The United Arab Emirates recently announced the construction of an office building that will be fully 3D- printed. This is according to a story posted on DesignNews. Referred to as “the Museum of the...

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CCMP Capital And The Loss Of The Late Stephen P. Murray Stephen Murray CCMP Capital on linkedin is a private equity investment firm that concentrates on growth capital and leveraged buyouts transactions. Being that the company deals in private equity, it is...

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Recent Events of Animal Activism In recent years, the plight of animals in captivity that are subjected to lives filled with pain has become increasingly well-known. Sadly, animals are still being tortured and forced to live in horrible...

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Living With Lower Back Pains If you suffer from lower back pain, you are certainly not alone. According to a tidbit offered up by the American Chiropractic Association, approximately 31 million American people suffer with low back...

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Purina PetCare: Quality Products, Quality Company Purina PetCare is based out of St. Louis, Missouri and is a subsidiary of Nestle. The company was originally formed in 2001 and it produces and sells pet food, treats, and cat litter. As of 2012, it is...

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Lionel Messi Criticized by Human Rights Foundation Messi's visit to Garbon was criticized by a Human Rights Foundation ESPN FC for it was seen as if he supported the president of Garbon who had been accused of fraudulent activities in elections and other...

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Dog Food is Important, So Choose Your Brand Carefully Food is an important aspect in growth, immunity, vitalityand beauty of your dog, it is important in improving the health of your pet. Good nutrition habits keep your pet healthy, good shape, attractive...

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North American Spine Offers Advanced AccuraScope Treatment... James Phillips had long dreamed of riding bulls. Standing in the way of his dream was the fact that he suffers from cerebral palsy, a condition that affects his posture and his ability to maintain balance....

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The Squaw Valley Ski Resort Has a Great and Prosperous...   Many people nowadays are becoming very interested in vacationing at ski resorts. In fact, one the best ski resorts to vacation at is the Squaw Valley Ski Resort. This resort is located in Olympic...

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Anastasia Date Can Be Good Option For Online Dating... People in Russia date pretty much like the would in many parts of the world. Russia, however, has some rules of dating etiquette that might go against the norms of some countries. In Russia, both males...

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Joseph Bismark: Corporate Spirituality   While looking at articles that dealt with spirituality and businesses, I have stumbled across this article on End of an Earring. This article goes into why Joseph Bismark is so successful as a...

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Can Dividend Investing Pay Off? When it comes to investing in stocks, many people try to pick the next Apple. This tech giant is one of the biggest companies in the world, and it's price increased from around $4 per share in the late...

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North American Spine AccuraScope Featured on Fox WPMT... AccuraScope from North American Spine is getting even more press. It has recently featured on WPMT FOX43 as information was presented about the AccuraScope procedure and the benefits that it gives to people...

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Emergence of Visual Search Products Visual Search is a regular task of searching for an item in a crowded visual environment. The object that the viewer is searching for is referred to as the target while non-target items are referred to...

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Bring On The Water It is common knowledge that sugar is not good for us and we need to avoid it as much as possible. In a recent report published in the American Heart Association's Circulation journal, it is estimated that...

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Sugary Drinks Killing People Across the Globe A new study released on Tuesday found that the consumption of sugary drinks on a regular basis is killing as high as 184,000 across the globe every year. The medical experts that conducted the study stated...

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Are Your Sunglasses Really Protecting You? Are your sunglasses for protection or more of an accessory? Are they good quality, certified to block out hazardous sun rays, because eye problems typically increase to 25 percent in the summer. Experts...

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Caretime: Private Chat with Local Doctor About Your... It would make life so much simpler if we could just pick up the phone, call a doctor and discuss our medical need of the moment. We could describe symptoms, although Doe Deere recommends you be advised...

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Schizophrenia May Be Characterized by a Declining IQ Experts say the gradual loss of brain tissue in some patients with schizophrenia is associated with cognitive impairment displayed at the beginning of the disease. This could help doctors diagnose patients...

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The Citrus Problem Author's writing for the Journal of Clinical Oncology have discovered data that would suggest citrus consumption can lead to malignant melanoma of the skin. The study did not however know whether or not...

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Getting Help For Eating Disorders There are many men and women that suffer from eating disorders. Eating disorders are very serious emotional and mental disorders that need to be treated. There are many states that still do not give medical...

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Instead of Valium, Enjoy Bowl of Saurkraut or a Pickle... Researchers at the College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia and the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland contend that enjoying pickles, sauerkraut or yogurt, which are all fermented,...

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Wishbone Identity Crisis There’s a huge recall of Wishbone ranch dressing going on right now, and it’s not for the reason you might think. No, it doesn’t have listeria. No, it’s not expired. No, some foreign object didn’t...

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Dan Newlin: New Release Of Hashtag The Law Offices of Dan Newlin is well-known for bring and serving justice to injured victims including injured and accidents. Newlin has experience working in law enforcement and has made the commitment...

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Parasite-Contaminated Pools, Lakes and Hot Tubs Making... Outbreaks of illness caused by Cryptosporidium, a parasite, are increasing in chlorine-treated water venues in many states. In 2011 and 2012, 1788 people became ill, 95 were hospitalized and one death...

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Supreme Court Decison Effects Health Care Recently, the United States Supreme Court handed down a decision regarding the President’s health care plan. It said the government can give tax subsidies for the poor and middle class in connection...

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Fast Food Is Depressing We all know that fast food choices are often unhealthy options, but recent research shows it may cause depression as well. Trans fats are more than likely the culprits of this poor emotional state because...

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Rare Case Of Plague Kills Sixteen Year Old In Colorado Taylor Gates, a sixteen year old boy from Colorado has died from a rare case of the plague. Officials say Taylor appeared to just be suffering from the common flu and did not have any signs of the plague....

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A Huge Number of Adults are Using ADHD Drugs Concerns regarding the over-medicating of children and teens have been prevalent for some time now. These concerns are growing because more and more adults are being prescribed drugs designed to keep them...

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12 Different Types of Cancer Caused from Smoking Smoking causes lung cancer, that’s a given, But did you know that smoking also causes 11 other types of cancer and is responsible for almost 50% of all cancer-related deaths? According to recent research...

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Sedentary Lifestyle a Royal Pain Modern technology and innovative inventions are leading to a change in lifestyle, one many believe takes less of a toll. However, time is proving reality tells a far different story. In fact, the sedentary...

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Which is Healthier, the Egg Yolk or Egg White? First came the age-old question: which came first, the chicken or the egg? Now comes the next question regarding eggs: which is healthier, the egg yolk or white? We’ve always been told that the yolk...

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Could Heartburn Medication Lead to Worse Conditions? When someone is enduring frequent heartburn they will turn to medication to ease the discomfort and to keep their body healthy. When one is faced with heartburn on a regular basis they want help from the...

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Can a Toilet Seat Bring About Diseases When one is worried about illnesses that can be caught in public the toilet seat can seem like a dangerous thing. Those who are concerned about all of the diseases out there will find themselves fearing...

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Los Angeles County Supervisors and HIV- Blocking Drug The Development of a Comprehensive Program There had been a vote, on Tuesday, to reduce the chances of contracting HIV with the development of a complete program. This is for the use of a drug that will...

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Less Than Seven Hours Is Not Enough Sleep The American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society have published a study in this month's issue of SLEEP, urge adults to seek at least seven hours of sleep a night to avoid adverse health...

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Nanotechnology Takes Step Forward with Frictionless... One of the biggest enemies of nanotechnology is friction. Friction causes your hands to get warm when you rub them together but it also causes massive damage on a nano-scale. Size is no longer the biggest...

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Qnet, a Global Leader in Direct Selling and Multilevel... Qnet is an online company that is headquartered in Hong Kong. The company specializes in e-commerce and sells a wide variety of products. Some of Qnet's most popular product categories are skincare, nutrition,...

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A Standing Desk May Be Healthier Than Your Short Daily... For tens of thousands of years we humans were hunter gatherers, roaming the plains in search of game to kill for our daily sustenance. Eventually we learned agriculture, which involved spending untold...

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People Are Not Taking BPA Health Risk Seriously Enough Yesterday, June 3, a Scientific American article revealed that the Environmental Working Group has found that Americans are still not taking bisphenol-A warnings seriously enough. Everyone knows consuming...

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Researchers Discover a Link Between Poor Sleeping... We all know how important a good night's sleep is. If you lose precious hours of rest during the night, you wake up feeling groggy and lethargic, a feeling that typically lasts throughout the day. But...

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Japanese Water Therapy Whenever you eat at a restaurant, it’s customary to be served cold water. Even when we’re at home, we prefer cold water as we’ve drank the vital substance this way for decades, even centuries. However,...

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Your Blood May Soon Be Able to Reveal Mental Illness... Many ailments today can be easily diagnosed by simple blood tests, or by using a diagnostic machine such as an electrocardiogram for heart disease. Your blood especially, holds the answers to many symptoms...

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Jim Bob Duggar Has Extreme Views On Incest And Sexual... Although the Duggar's are now off the air, they still are not out of the news. Just a week after Josh Duggar apologized for molesting five girls when he was 14 years old, the public is really hammering...

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In the Land of Eggs, Bird Flu Stands Tall Low in fat, low in calories, and high in protein. Eggs are one of the few foods that carry vital and essential nutrients to the body in small increments. The egg industry is so renowned, that a board for...

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Lemonade the Disabled Lamb is Making Progress When Lemonade was born, the young lamb had crippled front legs. However, the animal refused to give up and did the best with the situation he was given. After his owner gave him to Edgar's Mission Farm...

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Nurse Practioners Allowed to Practice Without Doctor’s... We gripe about the amount of time we spend in our local doctor’s waiting room, waiting to be seen by him or her. It’s okay to gripe, we do have that right. But we also have local doctors that we can...

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Inapt Use of Antibiotics Causing C. Difficile to Thrive Jacob Epstein, a slant, a healthy man from Florida, and aged 88 died early May. Many may think that he died from a broken arm— but that is far from the real story. After a surgery that was performed...

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Learn To Apply Makeup So It Won’t Sweat Off Immediately If you’ve ever gone to a party and you dance until sweat your makeup off, it can be very embarrassing to see what the end result is. Even those who end up going out to the park for barbecues, which tends...

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Epileptic Girl Improves After Move to Colorado for... Many parents with epileptic children have made the move to Colorado to take advantage of medical marijuana laws, but are there any noticeable differences? According to Adam and Heather Benton, their...

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Scientists Develop Promising New HIV Vaccine Modern medicine has come a long way in treating those who have been diagnosed with HIV. Now, it looks likeresearchers are on the brink of developing a vaccine that would effectively prevent the virus from...

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Location And Cause Of Death A recent study was released by the CDC that described what the most unique and common causes of death were for each state from the year 2001 all the way to 2010. Each state did not pay attention to numbers...

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Contingency Fund Being Raised by World Health Organization... International organizations have recently been overwhelmed financially by the recent major crisis with the Ebola virus, and the World Health Organization is now putting together a 100 million dollar contingency...

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Why Working Out is Boring to So Many People We all know that exercise is the key to living a healthy life and being happy. Unfortunately, working out can be boring, mundane and even a little annoying to so many people. The reason so many people...

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NanospongeAre Making Headway for MRSA Treatment There is new hope for fighting the super bug, MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), which is a life-threatening bacteria that is antibiotic resistant. University of California in San Diego...

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Is Weight Loss Surgery the Best Option? Weight loss is something that many people struggle with on a daily basis. It's not uncommon for many people to try most anything just to drop a few pounds. However, there are many people who want to and...

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The Grips of Time Gripping strength is something that we use subconsciously everyday, such as shaking hands. But recent studies have indicated that it is a detector of physical health. At first it does seem like a no-brainer...

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Walk Two Minutes to Better Health Depending on the particular job you have, sitting just might be unavoidable. Sitting for very long, extended period of times could very well be required. Not too many people are thrilled with having to...

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Sleep Deprivation Is The Leading Cause Of Accidents? Allowing the body to get enough sleep is important for daily functions. People do not realize how they put their lives and others lives in danger when a complete eight hours of sleep is not taken. Making...

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US and Cuba to Join Forces for Testing of Cuban Cancer... A cancer vaccine that was first tested out in Cuba almost 20 years ago might becoming into the American health care system. The two countries have not historically gotten on well, ever since the Cold War....

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Things Are Looking Up in New Brunswick at Boraie Development’s New High-Rise The Aspire

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Posted on : 28-04-2016 | By : Nani | In : Residential Places

The city of New Brunswick, New Jersey, is enjoying a modern renaissance through the efforts of Rutgers University, private corporations like Johnson & Johnson, city government and property developers. New, luxury residences are on the city’s horizon such as The Aspire, a seventeen-story high-rise from Boraie Development LLC. In fact, New Jersey Spotlight’s January 2015 edition highlighted the trend toward making New Brunswick a reflection of the educational and cultural sophistication on Bloomberg that is a part of a city that is home to a major university and is the seat of Middlesex County.

The Aspire by Boraie Development showcases 238 airy apartments from studios to two-bedroom units. The high-rise is ideally situated close to the New Brunswick Train Station, which features direct access to Manhattan and Philadelphia. The Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and the Rutgers Medical School and campus sit across the street.

All of the apartments at The Aspire come with hardwood floors in the living areas and wall-to-wall carpeting in the bedrooms. They are wired for cable television and high-speed Internet access. In addition, they are also outfitted with a state-of-the-art gas heating system. The high-rise itself on http://bcexploration.com/index.php/2015/08/19/aspire-to-do-great-shaq-and-boraie-developments-ideals/ fills a void in downtown New Brunswick by offering a residence with high-end amenities including a 24-hour doorman and a concierge system that enables residents to pay rent online, check messages regarding visitors and deliveries on http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/15/01/13/explainer-how-downtown-new-brunswick-is-emerging-from-its-decades-long-doldrums/ and stay on top of new activities and venues in the area.

The Aspire by Boraie Development also boasts public areas including a 24-hour fitness center, a roof deck that’s available for entertainment, a lounge area that includes a catering kitchen with a dining table accommodating parties of twelve, a pool table, flat-screen TVs and WiFi as well as an outdoor terrace. Entertaining “at home” has never been so inviting.

Apartments are available for viewing through the rental office. Interested parties may call 732-846-2698 for more information. 



Venezuelan Government Forces Power Rationing

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Posted on : 28-04-2016 | By : Nani | In : Political Event

These are indeed tough times to be living Venezuela. Not only are citizens dealing with the effects of the decline in the economy and a water supply shortage, they must now deal with power rationing in some states according to a Dirigent report.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced Monday that the government would commence power rationing in 18 states. If Norka Luque‘s computation is right, the rationing is expected to last up to four hours each day. The decision was made as a way to reduce energy usage while the government patiently waits for water levels to return to normal at Venezuela’s largest dam.

Unfortunately, power issues have spread beyond these 18 states. Caracas, Venezuela has been experiencing power outages on a frequent basis even though they are not one of the 18 states with power rationing. The outages are causing major issues throughout Caracas, according to various news outlets. Over the weekend, residents in the poor neighborhood of El Calvario said power had been out for 29 hours straight. This forced residents to block roads in protest.

President Maduro has blamed the nation’s energy woes on the El Nino weather pattern and saboteurs; however, his opponents are quick to blame a lack of investment in Venezuela’s power grid.

With so much turmoil underway in Venezuela and President Maduro under constant opposition for the nation’s problems, it may be some time for the people of Venezuela find relief.

Increased Scrutiny of CCO’s and Strong CCO, Helene Morrison

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Posted on : 26-04-2016 | By : Nani | In : News

Recent data revealed that Chief Compliance Officers (CCO’s) are under an increased amount of scrutiny involving both the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC). This is due to federal agencies upping the ante on investigative activities. As a result, about 91 percent of CCO’s reported that they are experiencing anxiety and high concern about their personal liability in corporate misconduct. Recently, Hui Chen was appointed the first ever compliance counsel for the Department of Justice (DOJ) and ever since she’s been hired, CCO’s have been held more highly accountable for corporate misdeeds whether they’re actually responsible or not.

However, one CCO who probably doesn’t have much to worry about is Helane Morrison. She currently serves with Hall Capital Partners, LLC. In the mid-1990’s, she served as head of office in the SEC office in San Francisco and was the first woman to do so. While serving in the SEC, she ensured that all of her employees were kept in check by the company’s intensive policies. Morrison also supervised numerous federal investigations, at least three of which led to court action. One of these actions was against Dean Witter who was supervising the Republic Securities of New York.

Before going to work for the SEC herself, Morrison defended clients being sued by them. She also defended numerous stock brokers and their firms who were being accused of wrongdoing by their clients. As Morrison has quoted in SFGate, “If people do not understand how the process works, they could be unpleasantly surprised about what happens to their orders.”

Transforming Youtuber Wengie

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Posted on : 16-04-2016 | By : Nani | In : Beauty Bloggers, HEalth, Lifestyle

Wengie is a famous youtuber that understands how business works and she is making a name for herself. Just seeing the enormous amount of videos of Wengie on youtube it’s obvious that she loves what she is doing. With over a million subscribers to her channel it’s obvious that the passion she feels is being well received by a lot of fans. The former career girl in marketing Wendy Ayche left her rather substantial office job to try her hand at youtube.

Wendy is a smart cookie and knows that her job in front of the camera may look easy but truly it requires a lot of work. Her goal is to ensure that youtubers are paid for the work they do, and with her extensive background in marketing she is the one to look out for. Her channel focuses mainly on beauty and health videos. Her videos are always visually stimulating with her bedroom as the background in light airy colors. Her Korean and Australian heritage have given Wendy her stunning exotic good looks. She is so fun and approachable in her videos. With pink hair, blue hair, or rainbow hair her tutorial style videos are fun and informational.

Wendy tries all the products she shows on her site and will not recommend a product unless she actually uses it. She has a loyalty to her fans and wants to continue to entertain them while teaching them new things. Her ability to open cultural walls in beauty trends is another positive attributes she brings to her channel. In the future Wendy or Wengie would like to incorporate her love of editing and storytelling into the process of her videos. A business woman and artist Wengie will continue her videos and also work hard on her other channel “LifeofWengie” where she talks about topics important to young girls.

Venezuela Changes Its Time Zone To Save Power

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Posted on : 16-04-2016 | By : Nani | In : Energy Crisis

Every country in the world is free to operate on the time zone that works best for them, and Venezuela has decided to alter its time zone to save power. The country is looking for ways to save electricity as they deal with problems concerning power usage. Changing the time zone is something that other countries have done in the past to help save power, and it has worked in agricultural countries to save daylight.
Venezuela is attempting to start a major conservation program initiated by David Osio  that will help them save more power than they have saved on previous programs. The government has tried other methods that have not worked, but they are choosing to make a bigger move to save power. The power plants in the country can only produce so much power, and they are handling a drought as it hits the country.

The government is being very bold in how it handles the power problem, and it will likely save more than enough power with this new plan. The people the country will be able to operate on a new time schedule that will save them power, and there will be no blackouts in the future. Every nation has to take steps to make sure it is conserving as much power as possible, and Venezuela is being diligent as it handles its power conservation issues while the price oil is staying fairly low.

Important Steps to Take When Negative Photos Appear Online

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Posted on : 13-04-2016 | By : Nani | In : Leaders, Public Relations Gurus

Status Labs is a top online reputation management firm. Darius Fisher the president and co-founder of the firm has been reaching to people through various media platforms with advice on online reputation management. One of his recent pieces has been on management of unwanted photos online. There are 4 main steps that a person can take to contain a situation where compromising photos appear online.

1. Respond Quickly
The first step to do is to minimize the number of views by removing the photos immediately. You can do this by contacting website administrators or an attorney. The attorney will draft a take down notice which is recognized under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. An attorney will also help you know of any laws that apply in your case and the legal actions to take.

2. Properly Manage your Online Presence

Use effective SEO techniques to create positive content that will help you avoid being listed on negative search results. Do not link back to those photos in an attempt to fight them as this will only increase their rank.

3. Accept responsibility.

The company should engage a public relations firm to deal with the media and public spotlight so as to avoid doing more damage. The public relations personnel will give a statement accepting responsibility and explain the actions the company has taken to rectify the situation.

4. Learn

At the end of the day you will know the cause of the problem. Once you have rectified the situation, put up measures that will prevent it from happening again. Use different high quality passwords that are hard to predict. Revise the privacy settings of your various social media accounts. For a company, update user guidelines.

Darius Fisher’s Career

Darius Fisher has built his career and made great achievements in his line of work. He is the president and co founder of Status Labs a firm which deals digital marketing, online reputation management and public relation affairs. Through his leadership, the firm has gained more than 1,500 clients and has spread its services to more than 35 countries.

Status Labs has an impressive clientele that includes public figures such as politicians, CEOs and athletes. In his career line, Fisher (facebook.com) has been a political consultant and a copywriter. He studied in Vanderbilt University where he graduated with honors.

Dr. Jennifer Walden’s Booming Practice

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Posted on : 10-04-2016 | By : Nani | In : Uncategorised

Dr. Jennifer Walden was featured on Harpers Bazaar ​magazine listed as one of the top 24 doctors on the cutting edge. Dr. Walden has a waiting list in Texas for a variety of face and body surgeries, including labiaplasty. Dr. Jennifer Walden is the leading Plastic surgery Doctor in Texas for vaginal rejuvenation, labiaplasty and vaginal cosmetic surgery in Central Texas. She also has done many procedures including breast augmentation, facelift and tummy tuck. After she installed the VECTRA 3D system in her plastic surgery practice for breast augmentation and secondary breast surgery, she was pleasantly surprised to get a lot of media attention on this new technology, the first of its kind in Austin. This technology helps the patient understand what they would look like after surgery, which makes it easier for Dr. Walden to help in the surgical planning process.

She moved from Texas to New York after completing her residency training, to pursue her special interest in aesthetic surgery in New York. She was the Attending Surgeon, Program Director in Plastic Surgery at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, New York. She was also a Clinical Instructor of Plastic Surgery at New York University School of Medicine. Walden continued to work on the Upper East Side for nearly eight years during which she participated in clinical trials which ultimately led to silicon breast implants becoming reintroduced as an option for surgery. Dr. Walden returned to her hometown in Austin to raise her twin boys and be closer to her family. She has her practice in WestLake Hills, Texas and a satellite office in Marble Falls, Texas.

Dr. Walden still manages to find time from her demanding schedule to do volunteer work for those in need. Dr. Walden also performs surgery on a charitable basis in third world countries for infants and children born with cleft lips and palates with the non­profit organization from her hometown, Austin Smiles. Dr. Jennifer Walden is known for frequently working on celebrities, she has appeared on many large news channels, such as VH1, FOX, and NBC, to name a few. Dr. Walden is also an established author and has co­authored an award­winning textbook entitled Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

To learn more about Dr. Jennifer Walden or her work, visit her site here.

George Soros Warns About A 2008 Repeat

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Posted on : 08-04-2016 | By : Nani | In : Financial Management

Global market conditions are not always positive for investors. History has shown markets can and do suffer major downswings. The 2008 market meltdown nearly destroyed global economies throughout the world. A lot of lessons end up being learned in hindsight, but different conditions can lead to similar results. George Soros was speaking at an economic forum in Sri Lanka where he discussed current market conditions. Bloomberg reported on Soros’ musings. Essentially, Soros is raising alarms about the possibility of a global disaster not much different from 208 reoccurring.

Soros is mainly concerned the bizarre economic situation on nybooks.com in China could be the cause of spiraling economic mayhem. It would be difficult to argue with many of the points Soros makes.

China’s economy, while not the size of the United States’, is massive. A collapse of the Chinese economy and the nation’s currency could lead to a lot of harm throughout the global markets. 2008 could repeat if China fell. Now, China is doing a number of things to help address its own economic hardships. The country has bought up a significant amount of gold. How effective this buying strategy turns out to be remains to be seen. A drop in the price of gold dampens that strategy immensely.

George Soros has a lot of experience in the world of currency. The yuan, the official currency of China is in bad shape. The devaluation of the yuan, per Soros, might end up dragging the rest of the world down. China’s stock market is not exactly in fantastic shape either. In early 2016, the stock market of China ended up dropping hugely. A great many corporations and foreign governments are invested heavily in China. A meltdown in China would prove ruinous to the world’s economy.

George Soros has also noted other factors that could lead to economic mayhem. Russia’s military aggressiveness is creating woes for the European Union. Economic troubles definitely could emerge from this. Interestingly, Russia has banned Soros’ Open Society Foundations from operating within its borders. Soros’ criticism is not being taken well.

The world would have an extremely difficult time recovering from an economic meltdown only eight years after the previous one. Conditions may change for the better. Soros’ warnings are intended to lead others to taking steps to make those changes. In 2008, warnings went unheeded. Making such a mistake twice would be most unwise.

Beneful Offers the Tastiest Dog Treats

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Posted on : 07-04-2016 | By : Nani | In : Health Products

When it comes to food and treats for your dog, nutrition is not a factor you want to overlook or skimp on. Beneful offers the tastiest and most nutritious treats for the beloved dog or puppy of your family. From the youngest of puppies to the oldest of senior dogs, you can’t go wrong when choosing a treat from Beneful.

For the pet owner who holds dental hygiene to a higher standard, choose Beneful Dog Treats Healthy Smile Ridges: https://www.beneful.com/products/dog-treats/. Offered for mini, small, medium, and large sized dogs, this treat will keep your canine happy and their teeth healthy and clean. Assisting in the removal of plaque and tarter, your dog’s breath will be freshened, their teeth cleaned, and their bones strengthened. A blend of parsley and meat will keep your dog begging for more treats all day long.

Another great treat offered by Purinastore  Beneful is the Beneful Dog Treats Healthy Smile Twists. Again, available for dogs of all sizes from mini to large these treats will work similarly to the Healthy Smile Ridges by reducing plaque and tarter on your dog’s teeth. Twisted in eye catching ropes, the green parsley will be eye catching and appealing and he or she will love the taste.

As delicious as they are nutritions, Beneful Dog Treats Baked Delight Heartfuls with Apple Flavored Filling and Real Bacon will have your dog doing tricks and jumping for joy. A perfect snack for the dog in your life who has been an obedient companion, choose these snacks for a great reward they will love.

Another flavor in the line of the Beneful Dog Treats Baked Delight Heartfuls is the delicious snack with beef and cheese. These crispy treats offer soft centers of beef and cheese with a surrounding crunchy shell. Keep your dog sweet with this Walmart available savory snack from Beneful.

No matter your choice for treats, whether it be for dental hygiene or for a dog who is well behaved, there is an option for you and your pet. Made for the pet owner who loves to see their dog happy and healthy, there is no wrong selection when it comes to the wide array of treats available for purchase.

 

 

 

Brazil Is Using Intensified Disease Management To Control Mosquito-Borne Diseases According To Medical Expert Doctor Sergio Cortes

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Posted on : 24-03-2016 | By : Nani | In : Sergio Cortes, virus

Intensified disease management is a solution to mosquito-borne diseases in Brazil, according to Medical Advisor Dr. Sergio Cortes. Dr. Cotes defines intensified disease management as a controlled effort to reduce diseases like dengue, chikungunya, malaria and the Zika virus in the rural and city areas where unsanitary conditions exist. Some of those areas like the North and Northeaster regions of Brazil still don’t have sufficient medical personnel available to treat some of the reoccurring illnesses that affect most of the population in those areas. The Ministry of Health realizes that the diagnosis, treatment and follow up in many of the cities in states in the North are not effective.

Dr. Cortes was the State Director of the Ministry of Health in Rio for seven years according to a CrunchBase.com post. Every state has a local Ministry of Health, and the country’s Ministry of Health oversees the ministry in each state. Most of the funding for health programs come from the country’s Ministry of Health, according to Dr. Cortes.

Dr. Cortes recently told Extra.Globo.com that Brazil is establishing new guidelines based on the recent outbreak of the Zika virus in the Northeastern region. The Zika virus moved around the country with lightning speed and the government realized their diagnosis and treatment methods were ineffective. There were no controls in place to prevent the Zika virus spread. Very little was known about the Zika virus before it was identified in Brazil, according to a post on the Dr. Cortes official website.

That’s why an intensive disease management program must be put in place in the rural areas as well as in cities where there is a large slum population. Cost effective standard medical control tools are ineffective in those areas, according to Dr. Cortes especially when it comes to identifying what virus is spreading in those areas. The Aedes aegypti mosquito spreads more than one virus, and there are no effective disease tests in the field to identify those viruses.

The intensified disease management program is designed to eliminate some of the flaws that exist in identifying and treating tropical and subtropical diseases that are spread by mosquitoes and then passed from human to human. The Zika virus outbreak in Brazil has turned the heat up on making an intensified disease management program available in 26 states in Brazil. That’s not an easy task, according to a recent Dr. Cortes tweet.
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