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Creating Winning Presentations

TED Talks are some of the most-watched videos online where expert speakers share inspiration and ideas on a variety of topics such as business, education, science, and technology. While we may not be influential enough to have a place on… Continue Reading →

Christmas Through the Ages

Christmas! The very name already invokes a cornucopia of images and sensations in any reader, no matter where they are in the globe. Gift-wrapped presents, yule log cakes, evergreen trees (even in the most tropical of regions), and a jolly… Continue Reading →

Overcoming the Odds: Medical Pioneers Who Fought Against Prejudice

Throughout history, disease has been a subject of fear and interest. Medical advances have added years to our life expectancy and increased quality of life, especially for those with diseases that are yet to be fully understood. Of course, this… Continue Reading →

Staying Gold Amidst Rising Inflation

Fears of unbridled inflation continue in the United States as the Labor Department reports that the consumer price index in June this year was 5.4 percent higher than that of June 2020. The jump marks the largest increase since August… Continue Reading →

Astor Asset Management: The Premier Private Securities Lender in the Industry

Astor Asset Management is the absolute premier private securities lender in the financial industry today, bar none. The reputation of the Astor family and Astor Asset Management and all of its other Astor-named subsidiaries precede them all over the world…. Continue Reading →

Looking for an OnlyFans Alternative

There is no denying that the Covid-19 pandemic has significantly changed our usage of social media. Stuck at home and bored, many of us have turned to social media platforms like YouTube and Instagram for distraction and entertainment. Whether it… Continue Reading →

Goodbye Brain Fog, Hello Brain Function

Ever walk into a room and find yourself at a complete loss as to what you were planning to do? Or stare at the computer screen for hours, distracted by social media and unable to concentrate on your work? Say… Continue Reading →

Taking Big Steps with a Small Move

Following the release of revised guidelines by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) at the beginning of July, schools across the United States are gearing up to reopen for in-person classes. After the past year of scrambling to… Continue Reading →

The Adventures of Software Developers

Everybody loves a great adventure. From Dorothy’s travels along the Yellow Brick Road to Frodo’s eventful journey through Middle-earth, we are excited and enthralled by notions of exploration. Humans are a naturally inquisitive species. So, we get distracted, spend our… Continue Reading →

The Neurological Effects of Gambling – Yale Gambling Center of Research Excellence

Dr. Marc Potenza and Yale’s Gambling CORE (Center of Research Excellence) conduct research on gambling behaviors, including the role that human brain activity plays in the development of pathological gambling. Dr. Potenza, a doctor of psychiatry at the Yale School… Continue Reading →

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