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Forex Trading: Basic Facts to Get You Started

Sep 10, 2019 04:40 AM EDT

Forex is, by far, one of the fastest ways to generate income consistently. If you have a few dollars to go, and a lovely strategy to work with, you can consider yourself rich already because you are just a few trades away from making money in forex. However, far from being the rollercoaster ride, many blogs portray it to be, Forex trading is not without its risks. And your level of risk management makes a world of difference between getting rich and running into penury.

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Do You Need a Real Estate Lawyer for a Commercial Lease?

Aug 16, 2019 11:52 AM EDT

If you only take away one thing from this blog, we would want it to be this: Never negotiate your commercial lease by yourself.

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Poor Fit Between Job Demands, Reasoning Abilities Associated with Health Conditions

Aug 13, 2019 04:45 AM EDT

WASHINGTON -- Older workers whose reasoning abilities no longer allow them to meet the demands of their jobs may be more likely to develop chronic health conditions and retire early, which may not be ideal for the employee or employer, according to research published by the American Psychological Association.

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Study: Sleep is Essential for Business Leaders Seeking Next Successful Venture

Aug 06, 2019 04:14 AM EDT

Jeff Bezos and Arianna Huffington came up with brilliant ideas that turned into companies that are now household names -- Amazon and HuffPost. The secret ingredient for coming up with these ideas may be something we can all tap into -- a good night's sleep.

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Why Forex Could be a Hot-Button Topic in the Second Half of 2019

Jul 25, 2019 07:58 AM EDT

US President Donald Trump, perhaps more so than any of his predecessors, is famously forthright. There are many adjectives we can use to describe the 45thPresident of the United States, but the one that seems to fit the best is truculent; Trump likes to pick a fight. There's no judgment attached to that assertion, it's simply a statement of fact.

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NASA Looks at Tropical Storm Barbara's Heavy Rainfall

Jul 01, 2019 02:05 PM EDT

Tropical Storm Barbara formed on Sunday, June 30 in the Eastern Pacific Ocean over 800 miles from the coast of western Mexico. The Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core satellite passed over the storm and measured the rate in which rain was falling throughout it.

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Two-degree Climate Goal Attainable Without Early Infrastructure Retirement

Jul 01, 2019 12:49 PM EDT

If power plants, boilers, furnaces, vehicles, and other energy infrastructure is not marked for early retirement, the world will fail to meet the 1.5-degree Celsius climate-stabilizing goal set out by the Paris Agreement, but could still reach the 2-degree Celsius goal, says the latest from the ongoing collaboration between the University of California Irvine's Steven Davis and Carnegie's Ken Caldeira.

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New Study Reveals Biological Toll on Brain Function of Holocaust Survivors

Jul 01, 2019 12:39 PM EDT

(Oslo, The stress of surviving the Holocaust has shown a lifelong and lasting negative impact on survivors' brain structure, as well as potentially impacting their offspring and grandchildren, a new study shows.

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Low-cost Retinal Scanner Could Help Prevent Blindness Worldwide

Jun 28, 2019 03:36 PM EDT

Biomedical engineers at Duke University have developed a low-cost, portable optical coherence tomography (OCT) scanner that promises to bring the vision-saving technology to underserved regions throughout the United States and abroad.

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Neanderthals Made Repeated Use of the Ancient Settlement of 'Ein Qashish, Israel

Jun 28, 2019 01:53 PM EDT

The archaeological site of 'Ein Qashish in northern Israel was a place of repeated Neanderthal occupation and use during the Middle Paleolithic, according to a study released June 26, 2019, in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Ravid Ekshtain of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and colleagues.

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Managing the Ups and Downs of Coffee Production

Jun 27, 2019 11:39 AM EDT

National Council for Scientific and Technological Development, Empresa de Pesquisa Agropecuaria de Minas Gerais. Each day, more than 2 billion cups of coffee are consumed worldwide.

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Climate Warming Could Increase Malaria Risk in Cooler Regions

Jun 27, 2019 11:35 AM EDT

Malaria parasites develop faster in mosquitoes at lower temperatures than previously thought, according to researchers at Penn State and the University of Exeter. The findings suggest that even slight climate warming could increase malaria risk to hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of people including travelers in areas that are currently too cold for malaria parasites to complete their development.

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Bystanders will Intervene to Help Victims of Aggressive Public Disputes

Jun 27, 2019 07:53 AM EDT

Bystanders will intervene in nine-out-of-ten public fights to help victims of aggression and violence say, researchers, in the largest ever study of real-life conflicts captured by CCTV.

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Study Funded by NIH Supports Optimal Threshold for Diagnosing COPD

Jun 25, 2019 01:25 PM EDT

A new study provides evidence to support a simple measurement for diagnosing clinically significant airflow obstruction, the key characteristic of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. The study found that a 70% ratio of two indicators of lung function proved as or more accurate than other thresholds for predicting COPD-related hospitalizations and deaths.

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Study Shows Visual Framing by Media in Debates Affects Public Perception

Jun 24, 2019 10:37 AM EDT

Both Democratic and Republican Party front-runners benefited from preferential visual coverage during the televised 2016 presidential primary debates, according to a new study published by University of Arkansas political scientists. But the researchers say Donald Trump was the clear winner in terms of visual techniques used by the media, such as camera time and solo shots.

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