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Kansas City InfoZine
Mindfulness Key to Eating What You Want While Preventing Overeatingthink about food, she says. “Diets do not work in the long term because they d
Mindfulness Key to Eating What You Want While Preventing Overeating
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted yesterday
think about food, she says. “Diets do not work in the long term because they do not help people access their own internal wisdom about how to eat,” Rossy said. “Taking a mindful approach to eating also helps people discover desires that can be... Read more
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New York Magazine
113 Journalists Surveyed on Why They’re So Despisededitors, editorial oversight, and training for young journalists in how to writ
113 Journalists Surveyed on Why They’re So Despised
New York Magazine / Posted 2 days ago
editors, editorial oversight, and training for young journalists in how to write and report. The business model has caused publications to get "editor heavy" on their mastheads, with too few pubs giving writers the kinds of year-long contracts that... Read more
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dna
Art world pays rich tribute to icon SH Razaleave a deep void in the art world and in our hearts. Razaji was a mentor to th
Art world pays rich tribute to icon SH Raza
dna / Posted 3 days ago
leave a deep void in the art world and in our hearts. Razaji was a mentor to the gallery, guiding us with his vision and wisdom, shaping and deepening our understanding of art, and more importantly, of life. He led his life by example. The result... Read more
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BikeRadar
When doping in sports was expected and celebratedthe United States in 1925 and became a citizen in 1935. Karpovich combined the
When doping in sports was expected and celebrated
BikeRadar / Posted 4 days ago
the United States in 1925 and became a citizen in 1935. Karpovich combined the scientist’s belief in challenging received wisdom (including his own) with a doctor’s obligation to do no harm. Thanks to his research that revealed weight lifting... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Web-only letters to the editor, July 21, 2016“It is in the whole process of meeting and solving problems that life has meani
Web-only letters to the editor, July 21, 2016
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 5 days ago
“It is in the whole process of meeting and solving problems that life has meaning. Problems call forth our courage and our wisdom; indeed, they create our courage and our wisdom. It is only because of problems that we grow mentally and spiritually.... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Is Your Content King or Just The Court Jester?the purpose of SEO. Very few of these articles would withstand the traditional
Is Your Content King or Just The Court Jester?
Stamford Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
the purpose of SEO. Very few of these articles would withstand the traditional editorial review processes that legitimate publications read by real people, such as your potential customers. The numbers-driven approach to content marketing may... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Is Your Content King or Just The Court Jester?the purpose of SEO. Very few of these articles would withstand the traditional
Is Your Content King or Just The Court Jester?
Connecticut Post / Posted 5 days ago
the purpose of SEO. Very few of these articles would withstand the traditional editorial review processes that legitimate publications read by real people, such as your potential customers. The numbers-driven approach to content marketing may... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Is Your Content King or Just The Court Jester?the purpose of SEO. Very few of these articles would withstand the traditional
Is Your Content King or Just The Court Jester?
Greenwich Time / Posted 5 days ago
the purpose of SEO. Very few of these articles would withstand the traditional editorial review processes that legitimate publications read by real people, such as your potential customers. The numbers-driven approach to content marketing may... Read more
3 related stories
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The News-Times
Is Your Content King or Just The Court Jester?the purpose of SEO. Very few of these articles would withstand the traditional
Is Your Content King or Just The Court Jester?
The News-Times / Posted 5 days ago
the purpose of SEO. Very few of these articles would withstand the traditional editorial review processes that legitimate publications read by real people, such as your potential customers. The numbers-driven approach to content marketing may... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Deep Stateone of Erdoğan’s most powerful allies but is reviled and feared by much of Turk
The Deep State
The New Yorker / Posted 11 days ago
one of Erdoğan’s most powerful allies but is reviled and feared by much of Turkey’s population. Born in either 1938 or 1941—publications distributed by his organization cite both dates—Gülen fled to the United States in 1999, as Turkish authorities... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Uganda Needs a Smart Industrial Policypolicy makers in Africa to inspire themselves from these successful industrial
Uganda Needs a Smart Industrial Policy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
policy makers in Africa to inspire themselves from these successful industrial policy experiences, and to defy conventional wisdom - if South Korea had listened to experts in the late 1950s and 1960s, it would still be manufacturing shoes, not... Read more
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DW
Why intellectuals like Hemmingway got involved in the Spanish Civil War |coalition government. At this point, years of worldwide economic depression had
Why intellectuals like Hemmingway got involved in the Spanish Civil War |
DW / Posted 11 days ago
coalition government. At this point, years of worldwide economic depression had left many in doubt about the wisdom of free-market capitalism; National Socialism for some, and communism for others, appeared to offer alternatives, and... Read more
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Quartz
The US has cut off the path to citizenship for India and China’s most exceptionally talented peoplethe fastest and most reliable way to gain authorization to permanently stay in
The US has cut off the path to citizenship for India and China’s most exceptionally talented people
Quartz / Posted 12 days ago
the fastest and most reliable way to gain authorization to permanently stay in the US for work. “The conventional wisdom is try to get into the EB-1 because you don’t have to worry about it,” Susan Cohen told Quartz. “It’s fastest... Read more
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Independent Publisher
On Elie Wieselaway Saturday, July 2nd, and his death has elicited a steady stream of tributes
On Elie Wiesel
Independent Publisher / Posted 14 days ago
away Saturday, July 2nd, and his death has elicited a steady stream of tributes to his life and art from a variety of publications. As our own form of tribute, we here at IP collected the testimonials we found to be most moving and... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education Buys Permanent Facilitieswith needs of the living present. I want our museum to be such a museum: a bro
Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education Buys Permanent Facilities
The Jewish Press / Posted 16 days ago
with needs of the living present. I want our museum to be such a museum: a broker and filter of perspectives and shared wisdom, a repository for traditional learning and historical scholarship, and also a stimulus for creative thinking on the... Read more
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Accounting Today
In the Blogs: Notice Anything?he or she jumps. Taxable Talk: When a client with a job gets a notice of feder
In the Blogs: Notice Anything?
Accounting Today / Posted 18 days ago
he or she jumps. Taxable Talk: When a client with a job gets a notice of federal self-employment tax due. The kernel of wisdom: “Two-thirds of IRS notices are wrong in whole or in part. Yet the IRS keeps sending them out for a simple reason:... Read more
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Velo News
Book excerpt: Dr. Ferrari was rightto be a rash of mysterious deaths among endurance ath­letes. Echoing claims mad
Book excerpt: Dr. Ferrari was right
Velo News / Posted 18 days ago
to be a rash of mysterious deaths among endurance ath­letes. Echoing claims made in other general news and cycling-specific publications, a May 1991 New York Times article concluded that EPO’s development came too close to a glut of pro cyclist... Read more
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Asian journal
Staying centered in a world gone madand then read Paul. You’ll be surprised at the clarity and current relevance of
Staying centered in a world gone mad
Asian journal / Posted 20 days ago
and then read Paul. You’ll be surprised at the clarity and current relevance of many of his writings. He has a wealth of wisdom to share with anyone seeking meaning in a confusing world seemingly bent on self-immolation. In a swirling world full... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Analysis: Trump’s Praise for Saddam Challenges GOP Presidents Who Took him Down [video]chemical weapons. Saddam Hussein was a bad guy.” Yes, but, in the immortal wor
Analysis: Trump’s Praise for Saddam Challenges GOP Presidents Who Took him Down [video]
The Jewish Press / Posted 21 days ago
chemical weapons. Saddam Hussein was a bad guy.” Yes, but, in the immortal words of FDR, when someone asked him about the wisdom of supporting Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza, “He may be an SOB but he’s our SOB.” Back in 1979, when Iran’s... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
See the CV of Ghana's EC BossVA, USA (2009) Basic & Advanced Securities, Securities Selling & Investment Ad
See the CV of Ghana's EC Boss
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 26 days ago
VA, USA (2009) Basic & Advanced Securities, Securities Selling & Investment Advice, Ghana Stock Exchange, Accra (1997) Publications • “Challenges Facing Ghanaian Youth” Paper presented at the 61st Annual New Year School, University of Ghana.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why We All Must Protect the Mediafor the freedom we enjoy today. The media have always been part of this fight,
Why We All Must Protect the Media
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
for the freedom we enjoy today. The media have always been part of this fight, whether through books or newspapers or other publications or music; it is important that we must never forget this lest we should surrender the best we have for things... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Gray Matterthe site. She wrote, “You can take a horse to water but you can’t make it drink
Gray Matter
The Jewish Press / Posted 27 days ago
the site. She wrote, “You can take a horse to water but you can’t make it drink.” OK. I recalled having learned that bit of wisdom as a child, but she used it to evade my question. Moving on, I mentioned that HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society) was... Read more
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PhysOrg
People can hear the difference in high resolution audio, study findscommunity endlessly discuss whether the use of high resolution formats and equi
People can hear the difference in high resolution audio, study finds
PhysOrg / Posted 29 days ago
community endlessly discuss whether the use of high resolution formats and equipment really make a difference. Conventional wisdom states that CD quality should be sufficient to capture everything we hear, yet anecdotes abound where individuals... Read more
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Daily Record
Ray Bateman: A life well livedyears. Bateman, who died Saturday at the age of 88, wasn’t content to just sit
Ray Bateman: A life well lived
Daily Record / Posted 29 days ago
years. Bateman, who died Saturday at the age of 88, wasn’t content to just sit back and offer the occasional sage bit of wisdom to visitors who came calling. He was feisty to the last, never bashful about speaking out on today’s issues. For many... Read more
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birminghammail
The 10 funniest moments from past pre-season tours– after making a blow-up doll their mascot. Fresh from beating Bayern Munich,
The 10 funniest moments from past pre-season tours
birminghammail / Posted a month ago
– after making a blow-up doll their mascot. Fresh from beating Bayern Munich, the claret and blue players questioned the wisdom of playing German opponents as they lost 5-1 to Kaiserslautern, 2-0 to Werder Bremen and 4-2 to Schalke. But if the... Read more
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Ars Technica
Cable company overcharges might be even worse than you realizedgrilling TV providers. Congress has an even worse customer service record than
Cable company overcharges might be even worse than you realized
Ars Technica / Posted 1 months ago
grilling TV providers. Congress has an even worse customer service record than cable companies and thus may not have much wisdom to impart to them, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said. Congress also uses bills that are hundreds or thousands of pages long,... Read more

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