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Dr Alex Lechin Lung Cancer
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Dr. Alex Lechin: A Basic Overview of Lung Cancer

According to the American Cancer Society, lung cancer is the second most common cancer in the United States. It causes approximately 150,000 deaths each year while over 230,000 people are diagnosed with it annually. Thus, although it is not the most common type of cancer, it is undoubtedly one of the most lethal. Although people… Keep Reading

Sharon Roth
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Sharon Roth and the Art of Listening

As simple as the act of listening may seem, it is actually much more than the straightforward act of paying attention. Beyond the mechanical work it takes to listen, one must maintain a high level of emotional involvement. Failing to do so will create what’s known as noise between the person talking and the one… Keep Reading

Monsignor Kenneth Steffen
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Monsignor Kenneth Steffen on Meditation and Prayers

Monsignor Kenneth Steffen is a co-pastor of the Saint Katharine Drexel Parish. He simultaneously began serving in this role and became a chaplain for the Saint Patrick Catholic School in 2001. He was ordained a priest in 1984 and currently holds an associate’s, bachelor’s, two master’s, and a doctorate’s degree. To make his accomplishments even… Keep Reading

corbet design build
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Lessons Learned from Corbet Design-Build: Overcoming Five Common Distractions for Entrepreneurs

Starting a profitable business may seem like a difficult objective that very few people achieve. In reality, however, starting is probably the easiest part. Maintaining success is where one’s abilities will be put to a real test. This is because the entire concept of entrepreneurship revolves around longevity. Businessmen and women aim to create companies… Keep Reading

Jan Janura outdoors
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Interview With the ‘Outdoor Entrepreneur’ Jan Janura

Jan Janura’s entrepreneurial career started humbly in a garage in Burbank, California with $800. What would later grow into a multi-million dollar company stemmed from Jan’s decision to shake up his career path in 1977. What he needed was the inspiration; he found it through a call he made to his respected friend Carol Anderson.… Keep Reading

Eldor Brish
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Dr. Eldor Brish on Healthcare and Consulting

Dr. Eldor Brish is a pain management physician currently residing in Austin, TX. He also works as a consultant for Lone Star State Medical and has attending experience at the East Texas Medical Center and the South Texas Clinic for Pain Management. Before graduating Johns Hopkins Medical School, Dr. Eldor Brish had many other academic… Keep Reading

Thomas Gaudreau
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Thomas Gaudreau Discusses Education, Leadership, and Teaching

Thomas Gaudreau is an educator who spent his entire career working in various roles in teaching, students, and leadership. He started in rural South Dakota where he worked as a middle school literacy teacher. This experience introduced him to the world of education, and he began developing lifelong skills that will play a major role… Keep Reading

Denis Mackenzie
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The Many Hats of Denis Mackenzie

Achieving success in one’s field is often synonymous with prosperity. For example, accountants and lawyers usually aim to become partners at their firms. This is because such an achievement is considered the crowning of their efforts and hard work. Sometimes, however, being triumphant in a single field may limit the person’s focus. Just think about… Keep Reading

bodybuilding
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CrazyMass and the Health Benefits of Increased Muscle Mass

CrazyMass is an American supplement company that specializes in products made for cutting, increasing stamina, and improving performance. They utilize state-of-the-art technology that combines science and muscle anatomy, with fitness experts testing each product before they are released to the public. Some common goals for every invention are to allow people to retain less water… Keep Reading

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