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Don’t Doodle On That Quiz: Why Presentation Matters

February 21, 2019

If you’re not a doodler, hearing the word “doodle” probably conjures up an image of first graders scribbling with markers. Little kids doodle, but so do adults. Twenty-six U.S. presidents were known doodlers, including Roosevelt, Reagan, and Kennedy. Doodling might … Continued

Understanding how sleeping patterns impact whole health

February 20, 2019

When it comes to understanding the impact of diet and exercise on our overall health, we have gained a significant level of awareness and knowledge over the years. When it comes to understanding the impact of our sleeping pattern, however, … Continued

The legal differences between arbitration and mediation

February 14, 2019

Arbitration and mediation may sound similar, and they can both be used in some circumstances, but they’re fundamentally different processes. Knowing the key differences between these methods of legal resolution can help you make the right decision when the time … Continued

When Familiarity Breeds Crime

February 1, 2019

Millennials face the paradox of credit cards that bring ease and convenience, but also provide opportunity for theft of personal data Virtual shopping is indeed in vogue.  About 96% of Americans,  many of them Millennials, shop online, to save time, … Continued

A marketing shift to consumer focus

January 22, 2019

We have entered a unique age where everything is at least partially digital. Everywhere we look, there is a digital aspect in vivid motion, functioning like it was always there (even though it definitely was not). Entire industries have experienced … Continued

Trump may move to end NATO alliance

January 16, 2019

It’s something Russia has been striving to achieve since the end of World War II: topple the NATO alliance. The threat of nuclear armageddon. Espionage. Assassination. Information manipulation. All have been wielded by Moscow against the West with varying degrees … Continued

States hurry to fix health-insurance markets

January 15, 2019

Not long ago, America’s health-insurance markets seemed to be drying up. In June 49 counties lacked any willing providers for the “individual market”, which serves 18m Americans who are not covered by an employer or the government. The Affordable Care … Continued