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Amzin.pdf The 5 Longevity Blood Tests You Need to Know About There are five really critical blood tests you should have done. They will predict how long you are likely to live as well as how long you are likely to remain functional in terms of mind and body. When you have your next annual physical exam, these are blood tests your doctor should normally do anyway. It is important for you to fast for 12-14 hours before your blood will be drawn. Here is the information you want to know: What is your fasting level of blood sugar or blood glucose? Very often, when doctors see high levels in these areas, they just want to prescribe a drug to bring them down to the ideal range. For someone whose blood glucose is higher, the risk of diabetes and diabetic complications is going to increase as they get older. The same is true for a high total cholesterol level. That brings us to the HDL cholesterol. Triglycerides are fats that are found in your bloodstream.
Home - Software reviews, downloads, news, free trials, freeware and full commercial software - Downloadcrew Howard Rheingold's Public Library The Top 23 Undiscovered Web Sites PC Magazine recently published The Top 100 Undiscovered Web Sites. I’m a major fan of the Internet, and I love sharing interesting sites that I come across, but most of us are too busy to go through all 100. So, I cut out 75 percent of them, and here are my top picks out of their finds: drop.io Drop.io is, put simply, the best file-sharing service we've seen. jott.com Jott is one of the coolest applications of speech to text technologies we have seen. www.pageonce.com PageOnce collects your account info for just about any online account you might have and aggregates the info into a single page that looks good and is easy to keep track of. purpletrail.com This event-planning site will need to build a lot more momentum before it can challenge established services like Evite, or even the invite features built into Facebook and MySpace. chimetv.com www.groupcard.com www.someecards.com www.rulesofthumb.org play.typeracer.com youtomb.mit.edu www.atoptics.co.uk organizedwisdom.com www.criminalsearches.com
33 Websites That Will Make You a Genius — Personal Growth The web is increasingly becoming a powerful resource that can easily help you learn something new everyday. These awesome sites are just what you need. “I have no special talent, I am only passionately curious.” – Albert Einstein There is a good chance you’ll be able to put at least one of these learning tools to good use and come out as a better person than you were last year. These are some of the best websites that will make you smarter every day. BBC — Future — Making you smarter, every day. 2. 99U (YouTube) — Actionable insights on productivity, organization, and leadership to help creative people push ideas forward. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. iTunes U — Learning on the go, from some of the world’s top universities. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Brain Pickings — Insightful long form posts on life, art, science, design, history, philosophy, and more. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. edX — Take online courses from the world’s best universities. 31. 32. 33.
Podcast 36: Being Financially Secure in Today’s Economy, Jane Bryant Quinn Today’s episode of the Consumerism Commentary Podcast features Jany Bryant Quinn, author of Making the Most of Your Money Now: The Classic Bestseller Completely Revised for the New Economy. The book will be released this Tuesday, December 29, 2009 and here is a review. Tom Dziubek, Flexo, and Jane Bryant Quinn discuss the author’s revisions since the book’s last update in 1997 and what everyone should know about being financially secure in today’s economy. Production Number: S02E10 Segment Numbers: 53 To listen, use the player above (Adobe Flash required), download the podcast here, subscribe to the podcast RSS feed, or use the iTunes link. [00:00] Introduction from Flexo [00:36] Interview with Jane Bryant Quinn — [00:56] Updates from the book’s last edition in 1997 — [03:31] Will saving money stay en vogue? We always welcome feedback from listeners.
MajorGeeks.Com RationalWiki:Webshites The following is a list of webshites which may benefit from RationalWiki's snarkful analysis. Be on the lookout for stuff to submit to our "What is going on in the clogopsphere?" page, and to Fundies Say The Darndest Things, but be forewarned, prolonged exposure may result in the following side effects: nausea, depression, high blood pressure, loss of IQ, periodic outbursts of hysterical guffaws, broken keyboards and monitors. Remember to keep Poe's Law in mind.  Abandon all hope 4chan ( If we need to explain this one to you, you haven't been on the Internet for long enough.  Right-wing  Left-wing Andrew Gavin Marshall ( An "independent researcher" and activist who pretty much exemplifies Globalresearch.ca and Truthout at their worst.  YEC and ID  Bible-thumping The American Vision ( Dominionism.  Quran-thumping Calltoislam (  Racist
101 Great Free Sites and Downloads You’ve Probably Never Heard Of In these tough times, the notion of free becomes more attractive than ever. We've sifted through the Web to find and test 101 of the best free downloads and services out there. We concentrated on utilities and other helpers that can rev up your smartphone's performance, streamline your social networking experience, and tame your PC while bending Windows to your will. Our also list targets great productivity pumpers, security boosters, PC enhancers, and browser builders. But this list isn't all deadly serious: We also pinpointed the best no-cost ways to find and manage video, and to do much more with your digital photos and music. We also have a list of the 101 items in this package, and we selected a Best Bet in each of our 11 categories. Alphabetical list of all "101 Undiscovered Freebies," including the Best Bet downloads and services
Five Items On Your Resume Recruiters Notice First Recruiters skim resumes in seconds and still glean enough information to decide on a candidate. I have fond this to be true across industries, positions and levels. I have recruited for a variety of industries (financial services, management consulting, tech, media, non-profit), positions (client-facing, administrative, strategy, creative) and levels (unpaid interns thru multiple six-figure hires), and my recruiting colleagues and I always skim. With multiple jobs open at any one time and hundreds of resumes to review, it’s simple math that each resume gets seconds of attention. Here are five items on your resume that recruiters notice first: Brand names The names that get attention are top schools, Fortune 500 companies, household brands, and hot start-ups. Make sure you put as many brand names as possible. Keywords Many recruiters don’t just look at every resume that comes in. Make sure your resume includes detailed keywords even if you think your title makes it obvious. Chronology
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