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Plastic Shopping Bags Can Be Dangerous to Humans, Animals and the Environment

They break, rip and tear. They fill up kitchen drawers in millions of households across America. They are dangerous for babies and small children and they can kill turtles, birds and cows. What are these dangerous items? Plastic bags. And in a controversial move, some California cities and towns have banned these mainstays of grocery stores and pharmacies. Here, Aicube answers your questions about the dangers of plastic bags – and offers some solutions as well.

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Steven Delarge Talks About His “Not Do” List

Steven Delarge readily acknowledges that the world is full of time management advice. Most of this advice, he notes, centers on making lists. Some suggest making to-do lists first thing each morning, to set up the day properly. Others recommend making those lists the night before to allow you to rest easily, knowing you can take care of everything the next day.

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Steven P. Delarge Offers Advice to Job Seekers

Steven P. Delarge has seen the impact of our troubled economy on the unemployed. As a management executive, he has had the opportunity to interview a variety of people over the years. Today, Steven P. Delarge talks to Aicube about the dos and don’ts of job interviews. These tips, offered out of Steven P. Delarge’s personal experience in the corporate world, can help you prepare to start pounding the pavement.

Aicube: Can job seekers learn from “how-to” articles on getting the job of their dreams?

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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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BrandStar Entertainment’s The Balancing Act with James Ward

The following segment originally aired on the January 26th, 2011 show on BrandStar Entertainment’s morning TV show, The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television.  The featured guest was Author, James Ward.

BrandStar Entertainment – The Balancing Act on Lifetime: In these economic times, many of us are counting our pennies and trying to save.  BrandStar Entertainment’s popular “Author’s Corner” series on The Balancing Act on Lifetime welcomes James Ward, Author of “Wealth Virtues.”

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Diminished Erections and Weight

Can the love handles on your body cause erectile dysfunction? Does weight affect your sexual performance? These are some of the most commonly asked question when the topic of erection and weight is brought up. Researches that have been carried out on the same suggests that men who exercise at least three to five hours in a week reduce their chances of getting sexual dysfunction by up to thirty percent. It has been found out that the same men who had proper exercise for their body also had a significant reduction rate of getting prostrate cancer. This shows that exercise is very important in a man’s life as far as the sexual performance is concerned. It helps fight excess weight which could lead to prostrate cancer that causes erectile dysfunction.

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You Don't Want My Life!

OR, BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SIGN UP FOR… By Admin What happens when you combine search technology and the data of over 50 million individuals? It’s a website called mylife.com — which is just a bunch of reunion.com profiles linked to personal data from wink.com. Listen to me. Reunion.com profile information is the property of […]

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