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Krystal Perkins has 216 articles published.

heart attack
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Dr. Himachal Veligandla’s Tips for Recognizing a Heart Attack

With more than 600,000 people having a heart attack every year in the U.S., it important that everyone prepares for it. Naturally, that preparation should come in the form of proper dieting, high physical activity levels, and similar preventative measures. Nevertheless, it is equally as important to know how to recognize a heart attack as… Keep Reading

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How to Hire for Success According to Chris Pintek

Building a successful business is directly related to the workforce that makes it operational. After all, human resources are undoubtedly one of the most important elements of every organization. They are the driving force for innovation, efficiency, and growth that facilitates expansion. To have a prosperous workforce, however, one must hire people strategically from day… Keep Reading

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Why Nash Frame Design Believes Art Improves The Feel of a Home

You may believe that customizing your home ends with furniture, floor coverings, and window treatments. With bare walls, your home is missing a personal touch. Art on the walls gives your visitors a sense of who you are as a person and as a family. It brings your family inspiration, and it brings culture to… Keep Reading

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Dr. Michael Arata Lists Several Easy Changes to Boost Your Immune System

Improving your immunity with simple lifestyle changes is possible. Changes such as diet, sleep, exercise, changes in drinking and smoking habits, and stress reduction can all be helpful in bolstering the effectiveness of your immune system. In his practice, Dr. Michael Arata works to help his patients change their lives for the better, enhancing their… Keep Reading

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P&Q Partners Explain Why Even Millennials Need Insurance

Insurance is necessary to ensure your financial future. Whether you are a millennial or a baby boomer, everyone needs to have insurance to cover themselves in the event of an accident, injury, or loss. Millennials may believe that they do not need as much insurance as older people, but the reverse is often true. Millennials… Keep Reading

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Montague Cinemas on the Importance of Shopping Locally

Local, homegrown businesses are sometimes at a disadvantage compared to national chains and franchises. Small businesses form the bedrock of local economies. Local entrepreneurship strengthens the community. Montague Cinemas, a family-owned cinema, presents the top eight reasons why people should take the initiative to shop locally whenever possible. 1. Reinvestment in the Community Shopping local… Keep Reading

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Brooks Wells Offers Advice for New Entrepreneurs

Becoming a successful entrepreneur can be difficult. Many obstacles are standing in a new entrepreneur’s way. Not everyone is cut out for such an endeavor. Unfortunately, some people learn this the hard way when their business ideas fail to take off. Brooks Wells, the owner and founder of Major League Lawn Care, offers useful tips… Keep Reading

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Akintayo Emmanuel on the African Humanitarian Crisis

Many countries on the African continent are experiencing severe disturbances in the form of famine, war, and refugee displacement. While the world’s attention has turned to other areas like Syria and Central America, Africa is in serious need of support from countries around the globe. Akintayo Emmanuel, Overseer of God’s Remnant Assembly, examines the African… Keep Reading

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