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Dogs don't know the rules, so we need to teach them!

10th May 2013
Human education would be a a lot more suitable name for dog education. This really is mainly because, the dog's owner must initially be able to find out the correct method to train an animal. Training a dog will not be an innate ability; it really is some... Read >
Author: Marlo Dayal

Ideas On How To Stop Stress from Killing You

07th November 2012
With the type of society that we are living in, I believe all of us have been stressed at one point in our lives. On a daily basis, we are deluged with all sorts of stimuli that set off our body's stress response. Even though short-term and occassional st... Read >
Author: karaheissman

Telos VG Law Identifies the Four Steps of a Lawsuit

07th November 2012
Lawsuits can be very complicated and drawn out affairs, but they aren't always. In fact, many civil lawsuits are ended early in the litigation process by either a voluntary settlement or a decision to move into arbitration or mediation proceedings. Unless... Read >
Author: Nancy Swenson

The Placement of Planet Mars and its Impact on your Marital Life

25th June 2012
According to the Indian Vedic Astrology, Mars is considered to be a hostile planet and inauspicious by many. It is known to have a negative influence on one’s marriage life and a person who is affected by these planetary positions either ends up remaining... Read >
Author: Sanjeev Pahwa

Motor Oils: What If You Use The Wrong One?

03rd January 2012
Oil's just oil, right? Well no, it isn't, and putting the wrong motor oils in vehicles can contribute to all sorts of costly consequences. Whether you drive a 15-year-old Vauxhall, a Pagani Zonda or a 1960s MGB, the right lubricant choice helps optimise t... Read >
Author: Graham Baylis

USCIS change in I-130 filing – Foreign Expatriates Once Again Forgotten

16th November 2011
USCIS has announced that starting on August 15, 2011, petitioners residing abroad will be able to file I-130 forms (petition for an alien relative) with the USCIS Chicago Lockbox Facility. Petitioners residing in countries with a USCIS office may either A... Read >
Author: Danielle LC Beach

The Ugly Consequences of Having an Affair

06th April 2011
Discovering an extramarital affair of your partner is both shattering and devastating not only of the cheated partner but of the whole family as well. Infidelity is indeed a home wrecker and anyone who vows loyalty and love in marriage never thought o... Read >
Author: Survivinginfidelity

Malicious Destruction of Property (MDOP) - Michigan

07th March 2011
The purposeful destruction of property owned by someone else is considered a criminal offense. While commonly referred to as vandalism, this category of crime is classified in the Michigan criminal code as Malicious Destruction of Property (MDOP). MDOP... Read >
Author: Matthew

The Link Between Opioid Addiction And Endorphin Deficiency

16th November 2010
Opioid dependence is a disease that affects nearly 2.5 million people in the United States aged 12 years or older according to a national survey conducted in 2006. Often times, these people begin using opioid drugs to combat pain, be it physical or psycho... Read >
Author: Lester De Vine

Tibia Party Mode Introduction

02nd February 2010
Players can form groups called "parties". All members of a party are automatically invited to the party channel . Parties are useful if you would like to hunt, train or have a duel with a friend, because the party mode allows its members to attack or kill... Read >
Author: faye25

Emotional Blackmail: 3 Helpful Tips To Protect Yourself From Emotional Blackmail

12th November 2009
We all know how emotional blackmail works. After all, we've seen it happen so many times. Person A wants something from person B. Person B doesn't want to give in so Person A uses tired old lines like "Don't you love me anymore?" or "I'm only doing this f... Read >
Author: Michael Lee

Third Party Payor Audits – Impact on Physician and Health Care Provider Clients

08th July 2009
Overview A health care provider's claims for medical services may be audited by payors (e.g., Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan ("BCBSM") and Medicaid) for a number of reasons. Some audits are a result of random selection or some result fro... Read >
Author: Wachler & Associates

Stress and Burnout in Youth Sports

29th June 2009
"Athletes, parents and sports psychology professionals often have different ideas about burnout in sports. Research indicates that burnout gets in the way of a young athlete's joy in sport participation, participation longevity, and ultimately performance... Read >
Author: Mistina Thomson

Showing Professionalism to Gain Respect from Clients and Co-Employees

16th June 2009
Professionalism is one of the factors an employee must possess to advance in his or her career. Regardless of position, all working individuals can practice professionalism in certain ways. This is important in order for business people to gain respect fr... Read >
Author: Katrina

Is Alcoholics Anonymous Effective? Research Shows AA Fails 95% of Those Seeking Help

05th June 2009
"Alcoholics Anonymous hardly sounds like a 'proven method,'" says Melanie Solomon, author of a new book showing alternatives to AA for treating alcohol and substance abuse. "In fact, it doesn't work for most people."A recovered pill addict who found AA mo... Read >
Author: Melanie Solomon
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