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Posture And Its Impact On The Body Core

Poor posture occurs when certain muscles tighten or shorten up, while others stretch in a way that they are naturally not supposed to do. The spine has a special connection with the brain, spinal cord and other organ function. This connection clearly shows the poor posture ultimately reduces brain and organ function. Poor posture is a very serious modern day problem that affects more people that it’s though ...

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What’s The Value Of CRM For Venture Capitalists?

What is a venture capital firm?  The birth of venture capitalists dates back to the early 1960s, when the concept of private equity got transformed into professionally managed venture capital firms which focused initially on starting and expanding companies. The success of these firms depended on the deal flow, referring to the rate at which they received business proposals. Deal flow is considered 'good', ...

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How To Prepare For Christmas And New Year Parties

Just Turn Up That is the outlook many people have when it comes to the upcoming festive party season. Just turn up to parties, kick back, relax, and just go with the flow. While that may sound cool and even rebellious, most of us know that the best way to get ready is to plan everything meticulously. Admittedly, we can’t plan in advance how much we are going to drink, or who we are going to try to avoid at ...

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The History Of Children In Need

The BBC’s Children In Need charity aims to make a big difference to the lives of impoverished and disadvantaged children and young people in the UK. Every year in mid-November a telethon takes place on BBC that features the charity’s mascot Pudsey Bear and long-standing host Terry Wogan together with multiple celebrities, fundraising tales, and clips of where the money is needed most and what it will be use ...

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Five Smart Tips For Travel Every Senior Should Know

One of the most rewarding times of senior adulthood is being able to travel. Whether you prefer traveling alone, but as part of a group, or with a companion, being free from the earlier stresses of younger years allows you to absorb both the sights and the good times to their fullest. Another freedom is that you can do your roaming in months that avoid crowds; the best being April, May, September, and Octob ...

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Business Management Services – A Necessary Modern Tool

Business management is the backbone of any corporation's success. This is because management provides focus and direction that is needed to move tools and resources forward to produce results. In this post, we'll take a look at some of the different aspects of business management services and their importance in the grand scheme of things. Business management services may cover one or more of the following ...

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Corporate Tax Services

Orporate taxes can be a headache given the various facets of many businesses. Instead of hiring a group of accountants to look at this aspect of your business, you can contract the service of corporate tax consultants. These are specially-trained individuals who analyze the books of a given business and go on to make sure that all taxes are paid according to corporate government law. Your business runs on a ...

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Paper Football: A Classic Game

One of children’s favorite things to do at school is play a game when all of their work is complete.  Many times the game of choice is Chinese Football or Paper Football.  There are many games to play, but football is fun. Making the Football There are sites where you can buy paper footballs, but if you are at school most likely you have an 8 ½ x 11 inch piece of paper with you.  Take the piece of paper and ...

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Novel Ways To Make Your Biz Cards Work For You

People seem to covet their own business cards and start to panic if they feel they have given out too many. Although the cards may have been costly to produce, they are doing you no favours if they are not in the right hands. Think of them as part of your marketing budget – if you place a paid advert in a newspaper or magazine you would calculate the return on your investment once the advert has finished, s ...

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The Indian Festival Season Pushing Up The Price Of Gold

If you hadn’t figured it out already, India loves gold. It also loves festivals, and indeed it has a total of approximately 30 bank holidays each year, which is rather a lot when you consider that in 2013 the UK will have just eight. In addition to this, there is of course the Indian wedding season, which is where the collaborative love of gold and festivals comes together in an orgy of excessive precious m ...

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