Media is everywhere. Brands are utilizing multiple channels to reach the mobile user wherever they may be- commuting, working, or sitting on their couch. More recently, brands have been using hashtags as the glue that connects all their messaging across channels. Read more
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According to CommexFX, the FX market is the largest and most active in the world. There is no market—no stock market, no futures market—on which trading happens more regularly. The FX market is also known for being the most accessible market in the world—and yet, the success rate for new and novice investors is disarmingly low.
Why is this? As with any other form of investment, FX trading brings with it both risk and reward. Often, for beginners, mitigating risk and moving forward strategically can prove challenging. In the paragraphs that follow, CommexFX shares some of the biggest errors for new currency traders to avoid. Read more
As a pioneer in India’s energy industry who has served as a frontrunner in the green energy movement, Prashant Modi has witnessed just how much corporate social responsibility has caught on in recent years.
Not only are social entrepreneurs taking on new challenges to deliver life-changing concepts in business, but they are also reaching out to think about how their work truly impacts the entire globe.
Although corporate social responsibility is a major step in business evolution, Prashant Modi explains that this trend will only continue to evolve.
He states, “Business leaders are starting to realize how their companies can positively impact the planet and are beginning to see results. 2014 should be an exciting year for CSR and social entrepreneurship, as innovators are figuring out how to improve upon previous strategies to create an even brighter future.” Read more
Mahir Reiss explains that providing physical therapy services for children requires a different approach than when that professional is working with an adult. Physical therapists can play a major role in a child’s development, and should feel equipped to connect with these kids in order to inspire them and help them become healthy and strong. For pediatric physical therapists, here are some tips for success: Read more
House flipper and real estate expert Matthew Vettese has been training dogs his entire life. For him, part of making a house a home is the inclusion of a canine companion, and he encourages dog lovers to share in the joys of dogs by finding the dog that is right for them.
Choosing the dog. Whether you select a puppy from a breeder or an adult dog from a shelter, there are several important considerations families must take into account before bringing home their new family member. Do you rent property or own? Do you have large backyards or take regular hikes? Do you have small children or plan on having children soon? What level of experience do you have with dogs? Are there any allergies in the family? Other pets? Are there any breeds a landlord prohibits, such as Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, Dobermans, or German Shepherds?
Prospective dog owners should realistically assess their living situation. Choosing a high-energy breed for a small, city apartment, says Matthew Vettese, could be a recipe for disaster. On the other hand, a high energy breed like a border collie might be perfect for a very active family who is also interested in dog agility, and a smaller dog breed like a Shih Tzu or a cocker spaniel would be a better choice for apartment living. While these breeds are still capable of high-energy moments, a small dog tearing around the house will cause less damage than a larger breed. Select the breed or mixed breed dog, Matthew Vettese suggests, that best suits your lifestyle. Read more
The Burzynski Clinic recognizes that receiving a cancer diagnosis is scary. Regardless of the type or stage, people are concerned about their future. The first step in battling cancer is detection and diagnosis. It is important for people to understand exactly what they are dealing with. This also affects how the doctor will approach treatment. There are many different forms of cancer, and they affect everyone slightly differently. Once the doctor has performed the necessary tests and taken a thorough medical history, they will develop a treatment plan.
Treatment plans vary from person to person. Some people undergo multiple types of treatment in order to most effectively combat their cancer. Depending on the type, it will affect how the person prepares. Patients should bring all relevant medical documents with them to their appointment including insurance cards, test results, scans, charts, and anything else they have. This can help the doctor when determining treatment. It is important that patients ask the appropriate questions and have an understanding of what to expect. They should discuss potential side effects with the physician so that they can plan accordingly. Common cancer treatments include: Read more
A common misconception that is passed around in the financial world is that only wealthy people need to plan their estate, but Gabriel Fenton, Boulder, CO-based financial expert, is ready to put this myth to rest. No matter what size someone’s estate may be, it is always wise to have a proper estate plan set up. That way, when that person passes away, the assets will be inherited by the appropriate parties. Having a carefully organized estate plan can also reduce tax implications that beneficiaries have to pay upon inheritance. In order to ensure that people do not mismanage their estate plan, Gabriel Fenton, Boulder, CO, has revealed some helpful tips that will make the process much simpler and less complicated. Read more
People express themselves in many different ways, and this is something that Dr. Lorraine Freedle understands well. As a licensed psychologist board certified in several different areas of care, she has worked with a diverse clientele. From children and adolescents to adults and families, she has helped people to overcome a wide range of challenges in their lives.
One area that Dr. Lorraine Freedle has taken a particular interest in, however, is sandplay therapy. This innovative technique connects with patients on a variety of levels and offers therapeutic healing. It is used with people of all ages and is especially beneficial for those who have undergone some sort of trauma. They are able to express their thoughts and feelings without having to rely on words. Read more
According to Frank Holder, rapid changes in the financial governance and environment of emerging markets, and an increase in government scrutiny, have changed the atmosphere for emerging markets.
If you’re to invest in emerging markets, Frank suggests looking for, and avoiding, the following risks:
Frank Holder believes “corruption is the most pervasive and most significant issue that corporate investments in foreign markets need to look out for.”
Frank also says this is something that can happen to any company’s employees, including new recruits and long-time talent, and that it is critical to look out for it when investing in emerging markets. Read more
The Burzynski Clinic understands that at the root of all forms of cancer is genetic mutation. Each cell contains many different genes that control how it functions and makes proteins. When a gene becomes damaged, it can lead to drastic changes within the cell. The cell may lose its ability to regulate how it multiplies and divides. This can result in many cells all containing the same mutation. Or, the mutation may occur as genes are trying to repair damage to DNA and miss some errors. These mutations, along with others, can lead to the development of cancer, explains a representative of the Burzynski Clinic.
Sometimes people are born with genetic mutations, while other times they are spontaneously caused by the body or from outside sources. There are three main types of genes that are typically linked to cancer development: Read more
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