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Fun Things to do if you are Spending Christmas alone

Fun Things to Do if you are Spending Christmas Alone

Nov 30, 2019 AM EST You can also choose to watch a series that will make you laugh and relax that very special moment of Christmas day. If you are not a movie person, you can always find invigorating energy with a book. ...

Five Things Girls with Low Self-esteem need to now

Five Things Girls with Low Self-Esteem Need to Know

Nov 30, 2019 AM EST Someone's sense of worth is suffering from internal and external factors. The effects of low self-esteem are very broad. And while for a few, arrogance may additionally dip some notches down on awful ...

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US Schools All Set to Accept and Teach English to Refugees and Migrant Kids

Nov 30, 2019 AM EST The public school has been accepting students from countries like Burma, Eritrea, Indonesia, Afghanistan, and Cuba. This year's eighth graders down to kindergarten comes from 21 countries and speaks ...

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Avoid Emails and Use Project Management Apps to Successfully Complete Projects

Nov 29, 2019 AM EST The benefits of getting a team off email and collaborating in a project management system can be massive. Finding the right tool, or set of tools, can impact the team's ability to abandon their ...

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Great Amazon Deals To Warm Up Your Winter Holidays

Nov 29, 2019 AM EST What other way can you describe that feeling of relaxing warmth than a room set for the winter chill? Here are a few of the best-selling and affordable humidifiers and portable heaters that you might ...

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Study: Student Attitudes Toward Cheating May Spill Over Into Their Careers

Nov 28, 2019 AM EST Lam Family College of Business professor hopes to stamp out unethical behavior before it enters the workplace

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Techniques on How to Finish Reading Books in Half the Time

Nov 28, 2019 AM EST However quick you are as a reader, you might have wished you could read even faster at some point in your life. You would often say, "so many books, yet so little time."

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Laptop or Pen-and-Paper? Research Suggests Better Note-Taking Method for Students

Nov 28, 2019 AM EST Many students go to lectures with a laptop, but there are times when using a notepad and a pen is better.

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More Medical Students Are Telling Their Schools About Disabilities, and Getting a Response

Nov 28, 2019 AM EST Increased disability diversity and accommodation among future physicians could improve patient care, researchers say

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Universities Adopt Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) to Reduce Sad and Suicidal Students

Nov 27, 2019 AM EST Every year, nearly 20% considered suicide and around 1,100 committed suicides. Through campus counseling services, only 10 to 15% of these students get professional help.

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Additives Result in Higher Toxins for Vape Users, Portland State Study Finds

Nov 27, 2019 AM EST The vaping industry is filled with unknowns. Those unknowns are leading to more questions as the number of users dealing with injuries, or in some cases, death, continues to rise.

Pain Management: Facts Students Living alone in College Must Know

Pain Management: Facts Students Living alone in College Must Know

Nov 27, 2019 AM EST Pain Management: Facts Students Living alone in College Must Know. Students living alone must be aware of pain. People used to believe that pain happened within the tissues of our body, we now realize ...

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The Importance of Having a Student Assistant and How to Become One

Nov 27, 2019 AM EST A student assistant is really important in completing tasks and in running errands for the university departments and administration offices. So, if you are interested in working in the campus, here ...

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Why Women Select College Majors With Lower Earnings Potential

Nov 26, 2019 AM EST The 'logics of major choice' is different for women and men

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Children of Abused Mothers 50% More Likely to Have Low IQ

Nov 26, 2019 AM EST Children of women who reported domestic violence in pregnancy or during the first six years of the child's life are almost 50% more likely to have a low IQ at age 8, research finds.

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