Data Science in Healthcare: Applications That Are Changing the Health of the Masses

Data is everywhere and it would be foolish not to use it for the betterment of various sectors and the general public. This is the reason why the medicine and the healthcare field are using big data as an effective tool to gather data and analyze the same. It can help improve the existing technologies and also will help in developing new ones, prevent any kind of epidemic, lower the costs of diagnosis and treatments, etc. Big data will help

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Discovering Your Life’s Purpose

Lately, many of the clients that have made their way to me are in search of uncovering their passion and in search of figuring out their life’s purpose. And while there isn’t a magic bullet to help you figure out why you are here and what you are meant to do, it can be hugely satisfying to finally figure out how to live your life on purpose, in alignment with your goals, dreams and values. In the work I do

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Profitable Ideas for Belly Dance Studio

After taking classes from other instructors, it is decided that the next step in your personal advancement is to become an instructor and start a belly dancing business. The operation of a belly dance studio requires daily attention to students needs and desires. In the beginning are the owner’s ideas of making money learned from previous experiences from other dance studios. There is nothing wrong with this, however; it will be temporary. Immediate income is from students taking classes. A

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8 Mistakes You’re Making in Your Job Hunt – Fix Them!

Looking for a job is one of the most stressful activities in a person’s life. It is especially difficult if what you’re searching for requires certain levels of experience or you don’t meet all qualifications. If you’ve sent in hundreds of applications, been in dozens of interviews, and still haven’t had success (or worse, gotten no interviews), it might not be that the job market is “tight right now.” You want a good job, and blaming your situation will do

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How LinkedIn Can Contribute to Your Career Success

LinkedIn is one of the oldest social media sites still in operation today. Founded in December of 2002 the platform has grown considerably over the years – unlike the numerous ones which have ultimately disappeared in that amount of time. According to Top Dog Social Media over 84 million people use LinkedIn in the United States alone. To put this in proper perspective, this is around 27% of the entire population. But LinkedIn is not your average social media platform.

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What to Include on Your Resume When Working In Construction, Engineering

What to Include on Your Resume When Working In The Construction, Engineering And Environmental Industries. Oftentimes, the hardest part of a job search is not the application, or even the interview, but knowing what to put on the resume when you are working in the construction, engineering or environmental industries. Resumes, however remain the cornerstone of your job search, especially if you work in construction, engineering, or environmental fields. They allow your potential future employer to see a glimpse of

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UI & UX What’s the Difference

UI, UX, they are similar yet they are different, think of them as fraternal twins. Think of UX as the doctor of the body, maintaining the overall health of the body while UI brings on the sexy and keeps the body looking fine. Clear as mud, right? To further complicate matters, depending on whom you ask, UX and UI are either wholly separate, or they overlap, or UI is a subset of UX. Let’s untangle the madness and take a

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Entrepreneurism’s Evolving Promise

Entrepreneurism has a strong and positive brand… and it should. Its contribution to the growth of the economy and by extension to the betterment of lives is immeasurable. Counting the total costs of national goods and services only begins to calculate the value of entrepreneurial activity. A harder metric to identify, but no less important, is the qualitative significance of longer, healthier, and happier lives we collectively enjoy due to the innovation, risk taking, and intelligence of successful entrepreneurs. It

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How an Autistic Child Has Changed A Career… For The Better – 12 Years Later

In 2006 I wrote of Patty’s and my decision to homeschool our son Trevor to help provide a learning environment more conducive with his autism. It’s now twelve years later and time to write about how things worked out. Trevor started seventh grade with a customized schooling plan. Patty focused on arts and language and I focused on math and science. He also attended a homeschool-assisted school which provided English and math classes and attended a science class at the

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Weaponizing Employment Against the Poor

Albert Einstein elegantly once said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results. This adage comes to mind when we see that yet again work requirements are being used as a bludgeon to combat Americans who live in poverty and who are in need of safety-net programs like Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), HUD housing assistance, and if President Trump has his way, even Medicaid. The White House Council of

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