Archives: January 2018

Using Talkspace for Superior Therapy Options

  Listening to music can instantly boost your mood and #mentalhealth. Here’s what’s going through our headphones today: https://t.co/julh2M5qFo #SnowDay #MentalHealth — talkspace (@talkspace) January 17, 2018 Dealing with a mental health disorder can be a problem in anyone’s life. It can affect the way that you sleep, eat and how you’re able to maintain

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Swimmer Michael Phelps Talks About Being Depressed

Michael Phelps has proven himself to be the greatest swimmer who ever lived. Many people believe that he is also the greatest Olympian of all-time. It is very hard to argue with that statement. Phelps won a total of 28 Olympic medals. There were 23 gold medals in that bunch. He dominated the sport of

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Meet New Zealand’s “Swim Reaper.”

A strange phenomenon has been occurring on the beaches of New Zealand. Naturally, everyone who lives or has spent any amount of time in New Zealand loves their visitor, but now there is a new visitor to the beaches they have to contend with. Oh, don’t worry, he’s harmless, but if you spot him you

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Why Enterprises Need to Improve Their Access to Modernization

Many organizations have had access to tools that are useful for legacy components as well as among IT teams. There are numerous systems that can influence Identity and Access Management based on the hybridization of enterprises. There are a lot of simple web applications that have been associated with cloud apps. CA Technologies SiteMinder and

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Swimming Banned at Aquatic Park Cove Due to Sea Lion Attacks

Both tourists and locals alike are feeling some disappointment after the news of San Francisco’s iconic Aquatic Park Cove has been closed to swimmers due to an increase in sea lion attacks recently. Since December 10, the aggressive sea lions have been responsible for attacks on three different swimmers within the span of five days.

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Dr. Mark McKenna Believes in Meditating and Goal Setting

Dr. Mark McKenna is from New Orleans, and he is someone who graduated from the Tulane University Medical School. He is someone who spent time helping out the city where he grew up after it dealt with a devastating hurricane. He is someone who cares about the place where he was born and raised and

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30,000 Tickets Sold for European Swimming Championship

The European Swimming Championship takes place every two years. It is where the best swimmers in Europe go to compete against each other. The event is being hosted this year in Copenhagen, Denmark. It has been a massive success so far. An incredible 30,000 tickets have been sold for the event. The people who organized

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Swimming With Sharks Can Be Good For Your Mental Health

Are you afraid of swimming with sharks? Research shows that swimming alongside a shark can be extremely beneficial to your mental health. The reason has to do with a sense of awe and surprise. You do not have to swim alongside a great white shark to get the benefits of swimming alongside a shark or

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Dick Devos – article recap

The Devos Legacy Continue To Be Defined   Both Dick and Betsy Devos have been deeply devoted to the Grand Rapids area for decades. They have been a political and economic force behind the development of the region, and have been staunch opponents of publicly funded mega-ventures from the outset. This is represented by their

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George Soros Is Taking His Philanthropy In New Direction

When you make yourself billions of dollars in the stock market, you clearly understand something about money and how to manage it. Naturally, that makes trying to help the world move closer towards free markets an easy thing. George Soros has taken his talent and managed to do something that most people couldn’t even begin

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