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Texas Lending (TexasLending.com) Supports the Community with Charitable Activities

Texas Lending (TexasLending.com) is not just one of the top mortgage bankers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, it also firmly believes in giving back to the community. Texas Lending has a significant presence locally, supporting a variety of causes through its in-house “Care Bearz” team comprised of employees from various departments. These employees organize fun events within the company and also raise funds and goods to support a variety of causes in the DFW area.

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Food Aficionado and Father Dan Sciscente Says Fusion Cooking is Fun for the Family

Like all parents, Dan Sciscente finds cooking for his entire family a bit of a challenge. The best remedy for this, he says, is mixing things up a bit and combining everyone’s favorite styles together to make dinner fun and delicious. Here, Dan Sciscente gives us his favorite ideas for finding which cuisines work best together.

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Aicube Discusses the Health Benefits of Avocados

The avocado isn’t just the delicious base of a fantastic bowl of guacamole. This little green wonder fruit is also incredibly healthy, and can fulfill several nutritional needs all at once. But before delving into the myriad health benefits of the avocado, here’s a little history of this fruit. The oldest evidence of people eating avocados is from Coxcatlán, Puebla, Mexico from 10,000 BC. Avocados are colloquially known as the Alligator Pear, reflecting its shape and leather-like outward appearance. They are grown on the Persea americana tree and they weigh anywhere from eight ounces to three pounds, depending on the type.

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Aicube Discusses New Study that Explains the Temptation of Junk Food

There’s now a scientific reason behind those late night cravings for pizza or chips and dip. In a new report, scientists have discovered that when people are sleep deprived they are drawn toward high calorie and high fat foods, Aicube reports. A sleep deprived brain associates junk food with reward and pleasure, unlike a well rested brain, which does not. The reward perception alters when a person has too little sleep.

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Theodore Stroukoff Expects Travel Nursing to Increase as Demand Grows

Theodore Stroukoff, like others in his field, knows the nursing industry is changing. Even during tough economic times, nurses are in demand, he reports, and as the economy picks up, the demand is gradually increasing. This is only expected to grow as the decade progresses, Theodore Stroukoff states.

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Naperville Dentists Take Dentistry into the New Millennium

Gone are the days when dental offices booked cleanings using a pen and appointment book. Today’s dental practices utilize technology, say Dr. Chiann Gibson and the Naperville dentists at Smiles by Dr. Gibson, to provide more efficient services to its patients.

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Eloi Kummetz Announces New Initiatives to Meet Basic Needs of Citizens Across the Globe

Eloi Kummetz believes in fostering economic development wherever it is needed. Although his business, Kummetz Corporation, was incorporated in Nevada, Eloi Kummetz continually sees opportunities in other countries to foster economic development and help citizens. Through Kummetz Corporation, Eloi Kummetz is announcing a new initiative to help fulfill basic needs of residents in South America and Africa, including increasing hospitals, educational institutions, and meeting such basic needs as food and water.

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Alan Shortall Discusses the Vision of Unilife

Recently, the staff of Aicube sat down with Alan Shortall, the Founder, CEO and Executive Director of Unilife. The company is a developer and maker of advanced drug delivery systems based in the United States and was founded by Alan Shortall in Australia in 2002.

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Urologist Paul Perito MD | Ectopic Kidneys Are Rarely Diagnosed

Renal ectopia occurs in around one in 1000 live births but only 10% of those are diagnosed, says Paul Perito MD.

Under normal circumstances, reports Paul Perito MD, the kidneys are situated in the posterior of the abdominal cavity on both sides of the body and protected by the ribs. Occasional factors can interfere with kidney development, causing a condition known as renal ectopia, or ectopic kidneys. In individuals with ectopic kidney disorder the kidneys are not in their standard anatomical position, says Paul Perito MD.

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Dr. Paul Edward Perito MD Discusses Sexual Intercourse Attempts in Men with ED

In his long career treating erectile dysfunction, Dr. Paul Edward Perito MD regularly consults with patients suffering with erectile dysfunction. Dr. Perito’s revolutionary penile implant procedure has provided new life to men throughout the world, thanks to the implants he has placed personally and through the work of physicians trained by Dr. Paul Edward Perito MD. Today, Dr. Perito answers some questions regarding “normal” sexual activity from patients suffering from ED.

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