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Have You Heard About Dyzastra?

November 24, 2015
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17Have you been feeling sluggish lately? Why not try Dyzastra? (“Di-ZAH-Struh”) Do you have a spare tire around your middle that you’d like to get rid of? How about trying Dyzastra? Stomach pain, the common…

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Forget about Low-Impact Aerobics. Try the latest fitness craze: No-Impact Yoga

November 17, 2015
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In my younger years, I used to jog five miles a day, do 50 sit-ups each morning, and row 15 miles to work. I was a nationally recognized fitness expert and author of the best…

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The Secret to Decoding a Job Description

November 10, 2015
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I don’t like to brag, but in the past year alone, I’ve submitted my resume to more than 500 employers, all of whom had one thing in common: they all shredded my resume after deciding…

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Warning signs you may be experiencing Kronic Incessant Disorder Syndrome (KIDS)

November 3, 2015
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Over the past 50 years, throughout North America there has been an explosion of reported cases of Kronic Incessant Disorder Syndrome (better known by its acronym, KIDS). No socio-demographic group has been spared by this…

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I love you daddy, but not enough to give you my Snickers bar

October 27, 2015
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It was a dark and stormy Halloween night. My two young daughters, Rachel and Emmy, could not wait to get started. Earlier that week I’d spent an evening helping them come up with their costumes.…

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Alexander Graham Bell’s first phone call – using Skype

October 20, 2015
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On March 10, 1876, Alexander Graham Bell made perhaps the most famous phone call in history, from his Boston laboratory, summoning his assistant, Thomas A. Watson, who was in the next room, with the following…

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TGIT – Thank God It’s Tuesday

October 13, 2015
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For several years, every November and December, I experienced three-day work weeks thanks to the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Due to the shortened workweeks, I had to be extremely focused, making efficient use of my…

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Loser for Hire

October 6, 2015
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I love playing sports. My friends love to play me in sports, too. For years I thought it was because they enjoyed my company. They later told me that I tend to get on their…

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What we WISH we could say to our kids

September 29, 2015
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Years ago, I had this reckless notion that something was missing in my life which could only be filled by having kids. So we started a family – and got so much more: eight years…

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A Survival Guide for coping with air travel

September 22, 2015
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When Orville Wright first took flight over the beaches of Kitty Hawk, NC in 1903, he couldn’t have imagined that a century later, millions of people the world over would be getting into shouting matches…

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