Archive for November 2013

Best sport car in the world

Nov 23rd, 2013 | By

Sports car racing is one of the most excited games of all times. People who love to drive and people who love to watch; enjoy immensely during the games of sports cars. People who are not afraid of speed and other factors opt to race their cars or drive the car in the tracks while
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Importance of Sports and Fitness in Our Daily Lives

Nov 20th, 2013 | By

The few moments just after a workout tell more about the importance of sports and fitness in our daily lives than any number of gigabytes. The pleasure is ageless, gender-free and universal. Not just you and me, see how even birds and animals make a game of it. Aerobatics of a kite or a gamboling
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Theme Your Café with Canvas

Nov 20th, 2013 | By

The primary objective of any coffee shop owner is to drive more and more customers towards his bistro. To achieve that plan he not only has to supply and sustain the best quality edibles but also the other factors that affect the average customer visits to the shop. Other factors mainly include the atmosphere, interior
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What’s the Biggest Challenge for Today’s Medical Practices?

Nov 20th, 2013 | By

Healthcare is undergoing a sea change, and a rapid one at that. The very way medical practices do business has changed substantially, and more alterations are on the near horizon. With change, of course, comes challenge. Two recent surveys illuminate the top issues facing healthcare executives and practitioners. The medical group management Association (MGMA)’s 2013
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6 Must-Know Facts About EHR Implementation

Nov 19th, 2013 | By

‘Change is inevitable’ — a cliched statement but true where industries and organizations are concerned. Industries like IT &ITES, BT, Automotive etc. are very adaptable to change. Grabbing on to the latest technology is like a necessity for them to keep themselves ahead in the race. However, when it comes to change, healthcare industry is
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The Right Bag for People on the Move

Nov 16th, 2013 | By

Whether you area man or a woman, if you find yourself traveling a lot you will find many bags just aren’t appropriate. This becomes even more of a problem if you are a cyclist. Went getting from point A to point B either on foot, public transport or on a bicycle, the average handbag or
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The Fundamentals of Rockabilly

Nov 11th, 2013 | By

In recent years interest in the rockabilly lifestyle has significantly increased. In fact, it’s become so popular that it can arguably no longer retain the label of a subculture.  Rockabilly is inspired by 50’s clothing and country and western icons such as Dolly Parton and Janis Martin. There are plenty of ways to achieve the
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Accounting for Start-Ups

Nov 11th, 2013 | By

There are many difficult obstacles for a start-up business. Many of them costly, time consuming and frustrating. The most annoying of all of these has to be accounting. Most start-up business will not want to waste money on a professional accountant, yet doing your own accounts can be annoyingly time consuming and surprisingly costly. Not
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Discriminating Quality: Can Chinese Motorcycle Parts Compete With Foreign Brands?

Nov 11th, 2013 | By

Not too long ago, news came out that China is studying and understanding the engineering technology of foreign motorcycle manufacturers to improve the quality of motorcycles produced in the country. The country’s auto industry invited experts from Europe to speak and share the latest technology used in manufacturing top quality motorbikes. For the longest time,
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Simple Workouts to Fight Period Pain

Nov 8th, 2013 | By

Do you still curl up in the fetal position when in period pain? Are you frustrated at being reduced to the state of a helpless human ball? It’s time you did something about it. Get on your feet and make an effort to help yourself and the cramps. Be it exercise, yoga or stretching, being
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