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Krystal Perkins has 304 articles published.

Neuroradiology tomography
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John Ikechi Nwankwo Explains How AI is Improving Neuroradiology

Amazing strides are being made in the science of neuroradiology. Together with the rise of AI or artificial intelligence systems, exciting developments in the field have the potential to impact patient care positively. AI systems will be able to run tests and simulations which can direct doctors to the proper course of treatment for these… Keep Reading

making an aggreement
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William Jaworski on the Benefits of Hiring a Business Consultant

Hiring and letting people go are some of the most important decisions that every business must make. Often times, these decisions can make the difference between a failing organization and one that thrives. Why? Because the key to longevity is to have an efficient workforce. Sometimes, however, issues may arise that put the employer in… Keep Reading

Amina Oyagbola
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The Value of Women in the Workplace According to Amina Oyagbola

Women form a crucial part of the business world in the United States. According to a national survey commissioned by American Express, women-owned businesses (those with 51 percent or greater female ownership and control) number 11.6 million as of 2017. Over the 20 years from 1997 to 2017, the number of female-owned businesses has skyrocketed,… Keep Reading

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How David Buck Serves as an Example of Sustainable Apple Farming

David Buck is an experienced apple farmer in Oregon. He is deeply committed to sustainable farming, using the principles he learned as a Horticulture student at Oregon State University. He purchased his first orchard after graduation and used his new degree to introduce innovations in his work. With a few years of boots on the… Keep Reading

Chenoa Fund Housing
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Chenoa Fund And The American Housing Crisis

The US is experiencing a unique kind of a building boom that has led to a housing shortage and consequently an affordability crisis. Statistics released by the National Apartment Association (NAA) indicate that the US needs over 4.5 million new housing units by 2030 to satisfy demand. The situation has forced US cities and towns… Keep Reading

Rusty Tweed
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Robert Tweed Details How to Evaluate a Potential Property to Flip

While the house flipping market is not as robust as it was in years past, flipping houses is still a good way to make money for those who know what to look for. Flipping entails buying a disadvantaged property, making the necessary renovations, and then reselling the home quickly at a profit. Evaluating a property… Keep Reading

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