Archives: March 2018

THE REINCARNATION OF MOSELEY ROAD SWIMMING POOLS

Moseley Road used to be known for its luxurious swimming baths which were unprecedentedly closed down a few years ago. Swimming lovers are however having something to smile about after the city council of Birmingham granted the Moseley Road Baths Charitable Incorporated Organization a license to run the facility and manage it henceforth. The decision

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The Life And Career Of Luiz Carlos Trabuco At Banco Bradesco

Industrial development has a significant impact on a country’s economic growth. Arguably among the leading crucial sectors that contribute to the health of any country’s economy is the industry of banking. Consequently, most countries in the world encourage competitiveness in the banking industry. Brazil is a perfect example of one such state. Interestingly, it has

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Swedish Olympian and World Champion Jennie Johansson Retires

At age 29, many top athletes are still going strong. But for Jennie Johansson, 29 is the age to call it quits. The Swedish swimmer announced on her Instagram account that she is retiring from competitive swimming. Johansson has been one of Sweden’s top swimmers through the 2010s, and one of the country’s best in

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Swimming Pools for Dogs

Generally, when a person thinks about swimming, they picture themselves going to the beach or local pool and jumping into the water. Many people also think about hte great health benefits that come along with swimming. That being said, swimming isn’t simply important for people, but is important for rehabilating dogs. According to the article,

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Talk Fusion for Your Company’s Communication Needs

When you own a company, you know it’s important to keep in touch with both your customers as well as your employees. In order for you to do this, you’re going to want to think about choosing a program that is designed to work for you. This program and app is known as Talk Fusion.

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Dominic Colvin Breaks Swimming Record

Dominic Colvin has broken three Rosenberg Swim Team records at Oregon State Championships. He set the record for the 100 backstroke, 200 backstroke and 400 individual medley. Dave Myhill is the Roseberg Swim Team coach. He stated that his job is to motivate and encourage the kids. He enjoyed seeing Dominic break records. Calvin was

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Down Syndrome Doesn’t Stop Man From Swimming

Andy Minares is a swimmer who also has Down Syndrome. However, he has never let his disability stop him from getting in the water. Andy started swimming when he was nine-months old. It was a challenge at first because he could not hold his head up. However, he eventually got the hang of it. Andy

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Case Study: Cold-Water Swimming Offers Relief of Chronic Pain

Statistics show that roughly one in 10 Americans suffer from chronic pain. Defined as persistent pain lasting for at least 12 weeks, it’s a serious problem that often interferes with the person’s daily activities and lowers his or her quality of life. According to a new case study, however, swimming in cold water may relieve

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The InnovaCare Health Ways. The Right Ways

There are all types of different healthcare and InnovaCare health is just one example of the different kinds there are.   Rick Shinto worked at several different places for healthcare. He has more than 20 years of medical background under his belt and it makes him have the skills that he needs to work in

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