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Online Dating Tips: Harvard Brains to Fill Your Heart

07th June 2011
Anyone can give you advice. But not all advice is good advice is it? Hereís a piece of sound advice for what itís worth: Itís best to actually take advice from smart people (or at least those who are smart on the particular subject matter you are explorin... Read >
Author: Michel Montoya

Pregnancy Stretch Marks - Five Proven Ways to Prevent Them

03rd March 2011
What are stretch marks? Pregnancy brings another turn of experience to an eager parent. Physical changes tag along with emotional changes throughout pregnancy..Among the physical changes are nausea, fatigue, backaches, and constant urination to mention a ... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

ADHD and Teenagers Ė Interesting Facts, Sobering Statistics

17th September 2010
Some would argue, and perhaps rightfully so, that the most dangerous time for an individual with ADHD is in their teenage years when raging hormones, sexuality, and peer pressure rule the day. This toxic soup of emotions and hormones has produced a mounta... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

DEVELOPING THE RIGHT MENTAL ATTITUDE TOWARDS CHALLENGES

28th April 2010
We all face tough and difficult challenges in life. Some become difficult to overcome, especially when the odds are stacked against us. Going against all odds, is something we're capable of doing. To overcome challenges you need to have that "never quit" ... Read >
Author: ADEWOYIN JOSEPH

Smart Objectives - 10 Golden Rules for Setting Your Smart Goal

15th December 2009
What do you think a successful entrepreneur would tell you if you asked what their single biggest recommendation for success is? Hands down it would be setting smart objectives together with taking action. To move from our current situation to our ideal s... Read >
Author: Carla Baldock

Resveratrol Grape Juice - Benefits and Side Effects

06th September 2009
Resveratrol, a chemical generally found in the skin of grapes and red wine, has often been the cause behind the term 'French paradox', the puzzling fact that the French suffer less from heart related diseases, even though they consume higher-fat diet than... Read >
Author: Michelle J Scott

Facebook Timeline

10th March 2009
Facebook as a social network privately was born at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts which at present ranked as the second largest social network behind MySpace has long traversed its own path of success starting from being an exclusive netwo... Read >
Author: Lorna Goldsborough

Harvard Study Shows Happiness Has a Ripple Effect, Spills Over to Others

08th December 2008
By Dr. John L. Schinnerer Happiness is catching. Happiness spreads through friends, spouses, siblings and neighbors. There is a ripple effect whereby happiness extends widely through social networks, even between people who may not know one another. On... Read >
Author: Dr. John Schinnerer

Oscar Fish Classification

27th March 2008
Formally described in 1831 by the famous 19th century zoologist, Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz (also founder of the Harvard University's Museum of Comparative Zoology), the Oscar is also known as the genus Lobotes Occellatus. Despite the name (Lobotes ar... Read >
Author: Shane Logey
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