Lime Crime Makes Online Cosmetic Shopping Effortless
Posted on : 08-19-2015 By : Samantha Pointer
Anyone can tell you that when it comes to good cosmetics, you have to know where to look. You can spend weeks looking for a popular nail polish, or search high and low for a cruelty free line of cosmetics, that doesn't leave your skin red and irritated. Makeup has the ability to transform a person into anything, and the right makeup can make others think you aren't wearing anything at all. For many woman makeup isn't used to only hide flaws, makeup is used to enhance their features, and…
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Greater Dallas Business Ethics Award finalists include North American Spine
Posted on : 04-24-2015 By : Samantha Pointer
In a press release last week PRNewswire announced that North American Spine as a finalist for the Greater Dallas Business Ethics Award. The award honors businesses that demonstrate the highest commitment to ethical operational standards for clients, employees and the community. North American Spine is the exclusive provider of the AccuraScope Procedure. This procedure is a truly minimally invasive spinal surgery. With over 8,000 success stories they have an average 82 percent success rate. North American Spine is proud to say that over 95 percent of it's patients would recommend…
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Alan Lawrence Wants to Put a Positive Face on Downs Syndrome
Posted on : 04-16-2015 By : Samantha Pointer
Alan Lawrence of Paradise, Utah learned in October 2013 that his fifth child, William, would be born with Down syndrome. The Lawrences were shocked because this would be their first experience with Downs. Alan found the news very hard to take. He found himself having crying fits and grieving Wil’s disability. Mr. Lawrence began to feel better when his wife told him that Wil could turn out to be an asset for the family. The new baby was going to be a growth experience for the couple who needed to…
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Kindness is Good for Our Health
Posted on : 04-13-2015 By : Samantha Pointer
Recent studies have revealed that being kind is good for our health. Compassionate acts of kindness actually affect the brain in the same way that our human needs for food, water, and sex do. It can make us live longer, and it also improves our over all well being. Compassion causes a chemical release of oxytocin which increases our feelings of closeness and comfort. When this hormone is released it's affects include increases in empathy, closeness and trust. That is why it is frequently referred to as the "cuddle hormone".…
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Seagull Knocked Unconscious by Cricket Ball Doesn’t Give Up
Posted on : 04-09-2015 By : Samantha Pointer
How much understanding of the world around them do the birds have? A recent story suggests that it could very well be significantly more than some people believe. A seagull was hit by a cricket ball during a match in Melbourne. The player Rob Quiney picked it up and laid it on the green outside the field, believing it was dead. After just a few minutes, however, the bird regained consciousness. The cameras were directed towards it and it is noticeable how it takes a while to look around before…
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