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Healthy, Delicious Alternatives to Fast Food

Americans might be living in a fast food world, but they suffer because of it. Although pulling through the drive-thru window after work is a cheap, easy way to grab dinner, the health risks of fast food are resulting in a variety of life-threatening issues. Fast food items are typically full of saturated fat and […]

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Dennis Wong on the Growing Popularity of Network Marketing

As co-founder of the nutrition products company YOR Health, Dennis Wong experienced the importance of healthy personal relationships in the workplace. Dennis Wong, a long-time entrepreneur and business executive, has seen network marketing as a natural outgrowth of these relationships. Dennis Wong believes that network marketing holds great potential for many Americans who are looking […]

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Richard E. Dover Discusses the Way to Eco-friendly Building

Green building can help protect biodiversity in a number of ways—by building smaller and using less energy. According to Richard E. Dover, however, the greenest building is the one that doesn’t get built. New construction usually damages building sites, says Richard E. Dover. In the below interview, Richard E. Dover explains why he prefers not […]

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Bonaventure Senior Living Retains High Levels of Resident Satisfaction

Initially serving as regional director of operations, Pam Gray is now the Bonaventure Senior Living COO. In this position, Gray oversees the company’s finances and daily operations, working hard to achieve and maintain a 96 percent customer satisfaction rate. This rate is rare in any industry, says Pam Gray of Bonaventure Senior Living, and it’s […]

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Modern Architecture Combines Beauty and Sustainability

Classic architectural designs are frequently prized as masterful works of art. Many fear this art form has been lost to the ecological demands of a modern world. But today’s architects are accepting the challenge put forth by their clients and the results are remarkable. Not only are the new and renovated buildings aesthetically pleasing, they […]

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Rick Dover of Knoxville to Transform Deserted School into Senior Suites

Former Oakwood Elementary building to become Oakwood Senior Living, says Rick Dover, Knoxville businessman.Left to the elements, the former Oakwood Elementary building would surely crumble, says Rick Dover. This Knoxville real estate developer just couldn’t let that happen. According to Rick Dover, Knoxville and the surrounding areas have let far too many historic buildings do […]

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Older Couples Are Choosing to Adopt

Many older adults become concerned about their ability to adopt children after a certain age. However, age restrictions have been lifted at most adoption agencies within the last 20 years. Now more than ever, older couples are choosing to share their homes and their lives with small children. And many assert that age is not […]

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Kentucky Derby: Greatest People-Watching Event in the World, Says David Contarino

David Contarino describes Kentucky as an enchanting state. It’s famous for horses and bourbon, enjoyed by people around the world, says Kentucky-based political strategist and consultant David Contarino. For those visiting the “Bluegrass State,” says David Contarino, Kentucky also has a diverse cuisine and much more to offer than simply its well-known fast-food chain, Kentucky […]

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Kosher Supervision of America (KSA) on Kosher Fish

Kosher Supervision of America (KSA Kosher) is a not-for-profit agency based in the American West that specializes in kosher certification. KSA Kosher has received support from thousands of Rabbis and Synagogues throughout the United States. Below, KSA Kosher offers a comprehensive look at kosher fish for consumers. Aicube: Are the types of kosher fish defined […]

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Getting to the Root of Credit Card Trouble: Some Helpful Suggestions

Q: When does credit card trouble begin? A: Overall, it is much easier to avert credit card debt than to recuperate from a string of poor decisions. On the first occasion that someone maxes out a credit card, the responsibility of paying the charges and any added fees will make for a difficult but valuable […]

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