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Some Common Social Media Myths

08th August 2012
Social Media Marketing is a dynamic field of marketing and it carries a number of common myths or theories misunderstood by brand managers and social media agencies. This article breaks the ice and tells apart from the myths and reality with a brandís poi... Read >
Author: vizzmedia007

The Most Common Plastic Surgery Myths

11th June 2012
It's fair to say that plastic surgery is a topic that sometimes breeds wild, unbelievable "facts." These "facts" are nothing more than myths that are often spread by those without much in-depth knowledge of the field. The reality of plastic surgery often ... Read >
Author: denversurgeons

Difficulties Amongst Titanium and even Tungsten Wedding and reception Companies

14th March 2012
For males wedding rings may be a challenging component to intending the wedding sufficient reason for the different information chances are you'll attain by relatives, it can be even more complicated. It's got long been said that titanium certainly is the... Read >
Author: gibbsruther

THE TRUTH ABOUT EYE EXERCISES

17th November 2011
By Dr. Steven M. Beresford There are two common myths about eye exercises. The first myth is the Bates Method claim that eye exercises can help everybody "throw their glasses away". The second myth is the eye care establishment's claim that eye exercis... Read >
Author: Dr. Steven

Job Opportunities as a Photographer

30th March 2011
Photography is the art of writing a poem with the help of a camera. The best part about this art is that most people are happy to be clicked; they would even pose for the same. The magic a professional photographer creates revolves around a camera, lens, ... Read >
Author: brainrobin

Succession Planning: Common Misconceptions

12th January 2010
Of late, the topic of succession planning has sparked much concern. However, it seems few organizations have heeded the warning. According to a Human Resource Planning Society and Hewitt Associates study, fewer than 60% of companies have a succession plan... Read >
Author: Pete Castaneda

The Top 8 Myths and Truths about Antidepressants

11th December 2009
When you are feeling depressed one of the most common treatments available besides counseling is antidepressants. While it may take you trying a couple of different antidepressants before you find one that works for you the fact is that they are still a g... Read >
Author: Tom Carolan

Five Common Myths about Geo Circle Lens.

16th April 2009
Most people today understand that contact lenses can be purchased in a different color than the natural color of their eyes. However, there seems to be a lot of confusion regarding the care and maintenance of colored lenses. Some people think that caring ... Read >
Author: ArthurMavericck

The Myths About Green Iguana

08th January 2009
People who own green iguanas often have certain misconceptions about them. These myths could interfere with a person's ability to take proper care of a green iguana. Some of these myths may not be too harmful. However, some of these myths could be dangero... Read >
Author: John Simmons

Single Parents Dating After Divorce: Myths versus Reality

07th January 2009
How do myths get started? They're basically stories that take form as fact when they are repeated but rarely questioned by people who appear to have some authority on the subject. People make decisions and assess relationships based on myths and this can ... Read >
Author: Yvonne Kelly MSW, RSW, Certified Stepfamily Coach

Affair Recovery: The Truth About Affairs -- Debunking Common Myths

29th March 2007
Affair Recovery: The Truth About Affairs -- Debunking Common Myths Being hit with the news that an affair is usually devastating and often turns the betrayed spouse's world upside down. In a maelstrom of intense emotions, often people have difficulty t... Read >
Author: Barbara Calvi, LMFT

Mythology of Horus the ancient Egyptian statue Falcon-god

05th March 2007
Horus, the Falcon-god whose name is attested from at least as early as the beginning of the Dynastic Period (3100 BC). Although not actually named as such, it is probably the Horus-falcon who was depicted on the battlefield and the ceremonial palettes, ap... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Can You Beat the Breathalyzer?

25th April 2006
Copyright 2006 Lance KnowltonIf you are ever suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol and pulled over by the police, you may be given a Breathalyzer test, which will be used to determine the level of alcohol concentration in your bloodstream. T... Read >
Author: Lance Knowlton
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