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Study appears to find links between brain, weight loss success

Ongoing Study Appears to Find Links Between Brain Activity, Dieting Success


Researchers at University of Kansas Medical Center's Hoglund Brain Institute seek to determine what role the brain plays in weight loss success.

New tool helps prevent social network post regrets


A new tool helps social network users ward off attempts to post drunken messages.

Veterans Day

Veterans Day: Salute Our Soldiers and Veterans


If it wasn't for our brave soldiers, America wouldn't be the land of the free.

Teachers perform acupuncture on middle school students

Middle School Teachers on Paid Leave After Performing Acupuncture on Students


An investigation is underway after two Ohio middle school teachers performed acupuncture on willing 13-year-olds who were learning about Chinese culture.

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Georgia Gun Rights Advocates Push for Changes to State Concealed Weapon Laws


Members of a Georgia gun rights group are expected to propose a bill that would make it legal to carry a gun without a permit.

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Does Too Much Texting Lead to Problems in Teens?


A study suggested that too much texting or time spent on social networks can lead to lead to problems with teenagers.

Woman fired for Facebook post


A woman was fired from her job after making comments about her boss on Facebook.

Lawyer Marketing

Lawyer Marketing News: Technology Ranks Law Firm Websites Says Rene Perras


As Google reaches an all time global internet traffic high, lawyer websites need top ranking to gain clients, says lawyer marketing consultant Rene Perras.

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Queen becomes Facebook member


Queen Elizabeth II has created a Facebook page.

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Lawyer Marketing-Rene Perras on Creating Authoritative Relationships Within News


Law firm marketing expert Rene Perras educates attorneys on how to gain client confidence, authority and notoriety through breaking news.