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5 Reasons Sleep is Key for Success

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Sleep. All people need it, most crave it, but throngs of individuals do not get the kind of restorative and rehabilitative sleep required to optimize mental clarity, focus, ideation, awareness, productivity and overall performance. The CDC actually declared “insufficient sleep” an “important public health concern.” Enter Alvaro Vaselli,...
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The Real Risks of Retirement Investing

Courtesy Net Worth Advisory Group
To anyone on the glide path to retirement, it is becoming clear that today’s retirees are facing a completely different set of challenges than prior generations. This is the first generation in which retirees are carrying mortgages and other debt into retirement. Health care costs are expected to...
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5 Sweat-Busting Biz Travel Solutions

Courtesy Summer Soles (www.SweatHelp.org)
Product Innovations Reduce Profuse Sweating Problems for Road Warriors Today’s breed of product innovations help address an age-old, embarrassing problem that torments travelers near and far: excessive sweating. No matter the season or reason, extreme, uncontrollable sweating is never welcome and it’s often a serious medical condition called...
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9 Myths About Excessive Sweating at Work

Photo Courtesy the International Hyperhidrosis Society (www.SweatHelp.org)
As people go about their daily lives, there’s a common but hidden scourge: excessive sweating.  In fact, a national survey conducted by the International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHhS)—the scholars of sweat—shows multiple millions suffer from extreme, uncomfortable, embarrassing, debilitating, and emotionally-devastating sweating. This type of sweating is a serious...
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