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An educational school trip to SEA LIFE Birmingham

07th November 2012
SEA LIFE Birmingham is the perfect choice for all those students who want to upgrade their knowledge about the underwater sea life and motivate themselves to take up career in future life to explore the sea life. SEA LIFE Birmingham took the initiative to... Read >
Author: Carolyn Clayton

First Steps to the PANRE

20th January 2012
The PANRE needs to passed at least one time every six years in order to maintain your certification. The test is managed by the NCCPA. It is made up of 240 questions and is just a little more than four hours long. If want to keep your certification you... Read >
Author: Brian Wallace PA-C

4 Challenges Of Being A Physical Therapist

14th November 2011
The difficulties of being a physical counselor involve completing a program in physical therapy and having a license, performing extended hours, and also the emotionally challenging and physically draining nature of the profession. Physiotherapists are... Read >
Author: Frank K Muller

How you can Apply for H1B Visa Extension?

04th March 2011
As of right now you will find a lot of choices which are open for anyone who wish to work temporarily in the United states on the H1B extension. There are numerous work classes that consist of intra-company transfer visa (L-1 visa), B-1 visa, H-2B visa, H... Read >
Author: Al Kola

Colon Cancer Kills Woman After Doctor Missed It During Three Colonoscopies

09th July 2010
Men and women with a family background of colon cancer as well as people with symptoms are at higher risk of getting colon cancer. The main procedure used by doctors to check for colon cancer when an inidividual has a family history or reports a symptom, ... Read >
Author: J. Hernandez

Custom Rubber Bracelets Defy The Cynics Slacktivist Label

07th July 2010
Although custom rubber bracelets have raised millions of dollars for worthy causes over the past few years, cynics aren't impressed. Some deride those who wear silicone wristbands "slacktivists," claiming the wearing of a custom rubber bracelet doesn't do... Read >
Author: Andrew McBride

How to Stay Focused and Positive while Unemployed

23rd March 2010
With so many really bad things going on in the world and during these poor economic times, so many people are relying on medication and other unorthodox remedies to help them handle their situations better. Many have lost faith in themselves. We hav... Read >
Author: MARIAH

Mig 29 flights: Constantly rising prices make

09th February 2010
Mig 29 flights for private individuals have become increasingly expensive since the early-2000s. To fly a fighter jet like the MiG 29 now costs around 20000 USD. This article gives insight in the price developments of the jet fighter rides industry and an... Read >
Author: David Allen

A direct sales comany called Thirty One and they impact woman's lives

05th February 2010
Cindy Munroe is the founder and president of Thirty One, one of the fastest growing direct sales companies in America. When thirty One was founded six years ago their mission was to celebrate, encourage and reward woman, by offering them quality products ... Read >
Author: Kobus

Statute of Limitations - Time Limits for Filing a Civil or Criminal Lawsuit

29th September 2009
A statute of limitations is a law, which set outs the time limits within which a civil or criminal lawsuit must be commenced. The limitation depends on the type of claim and whether the lawsuit is filed in federal or state court. Each state has its own st... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Understanding General Surgery Employment

03rd August 2009
General surgery is one of the broader fields of surgery, though it in fact is mostly confined to procedures in the abdominal region, as well as skin conditions and a variety of other commonplace surgeries, such as hernias. Other branches of surgery focus ... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Psychiatrist Job: Everything You Need to Know

10th July 2009
The job outlook for psychiatrists is expected to be very good in the United States, especially in rural areas. While the requirements are demanding, usually involving extensive training in medical school, the benefits of becoming a psychiatrist are very g... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

The Job Interview - How to Handle Your Shortcomings in an Interview

19th June 2009
Job interviews are the end of the line. If you have made it to the interview stage, it is your job to lose. Most, if not all of the interview stage means you have the qualifications and skills to do the work. The query now is how well you are able to comm... Read >
Author: Guy Small

Tax Records – How Long Should You Hold On To Them?

15th June 2009
Doing your taxes is hardly a fun time. Once done, most people treat the process as out of out of sight, out of mind. This is fine so long as you hold on to the records you used to come up with the numbers on your return. So, just what are tax records?... Read >
Author: Richard Chapo

The Bible's Perspecitve on Fitness and the Temple of the Holy Spirit

11th June 2009
In the inaugural Fit For Jesus website blog post, I introduced the following scripture from the Bible: "Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought... Read >
Author: FitForJesus
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