I May be Chronically Ill, and I’m Not Sure How to Deal With It — Feminist Chatter…the topics that matter

  I haven’t written on this blog or my eating disorder recovery blog for a long time. The last time I made a blog entry here was five months ago. On my eating disorder recovery blog is was four months ago, and then before that, six months. The reason for that? I’ve had to stop […]

6 ways porn is stopping you from living the good life — The Joy of Awareness

  Watching porn seems to be a perfectly acceptable activity in modern days. It’s not spoken of in polite conversation, but come on, we all know what’s going on. I’m guessing almost everybody over the age of 18 in the western world has watched porn at some point or another. It would be hard not […]

This Is The Uncomfortable Sign You’re Finally Reaching New Levels Of Success In Your Life — Thought Catalog

  There are certain things we are conditioned to see as objectively and wholly good. Success is one of them. We imagine that finally arriving at a big goal we only ever once could have dreamt of — making a certain amount of money, owning property, landing a job, or being in a relationship — will… […]

Children vs Net porn: industries without morals — Fighting For the Culture Of Life

Pornography on the Internet has exploded into millions of pornographic websites. Today it is a booming industry of nearly 100 billion dollars. Net porn invades our homes and destroys families without any accountability to anyone. At noon today, I count 17 phonographic emails on my main computer and there are still 12 hours left. This […] […]

Women in Leadership Today and Societal Roadblocks – Part 1 — Catcall

  By Jordan Winberg The following article is part of a multi-part series of excerpts from the author’s senior thesis. My research experience was with Professor Jo Ida Hansen in the vocational department of psychology. Professor Hansen was in-between projects during my semester there, so my time was mostly spent entering data from past projects, […]

Is Reality a Collective Hallucination? — Committing Sociology

Imagine that we’re both playing one of those virtual reality video games. We’ve put on these things that look like night vision goggles. The software was designed by natural selection to incorporate all, or almost all, of the key features of the immediate environment: those necessary to survival (e.g., where the walls are, the stairs, […] […]

Straylite: Does Technology Breed Narcissism?

Technology is helping our students grow to be citizens of the world by cultivating their awareness and providing them a worldwide view,” says Tyra Frederick, educational technology coordinator and higher college English teacher at Brooklyn Prospect. With technology like that obtainable our future superheroes will have no trouble understanding which locations to patrol. Technology leads […]

HRD: Young workers want better health and wellness benefits

Young workers want better health and wellness benefitsby Rachel Ranosa | Sep 22, 2018 The secret to attracting younger talent just might be in your health and wellness benefits for employees, according to a survey on well-being at work. Four in 10 employees aged 18-24 said they considered the health and wellness benefits package of […]

Philanthropy for Better Cities Forum

http://www.citiesphilanthropy.com/en/ TACKLING METROPOLITAN SOCIAL ISSUES Urbanisation in recent decades has been accelerating on an unprecedented scale, fundamentally transforming the opportunities and challenges that cities face today. There is a need to create a common platform that facilitates dialogue on addressing the social needs of 21st century cities. Why should you attend?The Philanthropy for Better Cities […]

Called T Noie, which refers to the house’s T-shaped structure, the 102-square-metre, two property is located in Toyot

Japanese architect Katsutoshi Sasaki has built himself a new family home, featuring a dark-painted facade of red cedar and a bright, airy interior. Called T Noie, which refers to the house's T-shaped structure, the 102-square-metre, two property is located in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture. From the outside, the tall and narrow building appears to have very few […]

The Austrian Chamber of Commerce 4th Hong Kong International Business Awards 

The Austrian Chamber of Commerce 4th Hong Kong International Business Awards Thursday, September 6 2018 Dear Members and Friends, AustroCham is proud to be one of the supporting organizations for the Hong Kong Business International Awards 2018. Hong Kong Business International Business Awards is an initiative to recog­nize the contributions of International firms to Hong Kong and […]

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BOF: Kate Spade, Pioneering Accessories Designer, Dead at 55

Spade led a fashion revolution in the 1990s with her influential handbag designs, transforming the accessories market along the way.Source: GettySHARECOMMENTBY LAUREN SHERMANJUNE 5, 2018 17:24Save NEW YORK, United States — Kate Spade, the pioneering accessories designer who created one of the world’s first-ever “It” bags in the 1990s, has been found dead in her […]

Improve Your Confidence and Professional Presentation In 30 Days Via This Simple Course

Imagine a step-by-step guide that transforms your entire image and improves your daily habits so that you find it easier to dress sharp, control your image and set the tone with your colleagues, boss and even women around you. Let’s Start: Are you hiding from life? Do you feel insecure? Do you feel discouraged by […]

Insulin Overdose Among Patients With Diabetes: A Readily Available Means of Suicide

Kristin S. Russell, MD, Jonathan R. Stevens, MD, MPH, and Theodore A. Stern, MD Additional article information Have you ever worried that one of your depressed patients might use the insulin that you prescribed to commit suicide? The following case vignette and discussion explore the complex relationship between diabetes and depression, outline important risk factors […]

A Hong Kong Trust

A Hong Kong Trust can be created with a settlor’s declaration that a trustee holds property for the benefit of a specific person(s) or for a purpose. Then the settlor transfers the property to the trustee. This is basic English common law followed in the United Kingdom, its colonies and territories for centuries. Former colonies […]

🛎The Conversation France: Sauver les orangs-outans : les enseignements du terrain

L’expertise universitaire, l’exigence journalistique   Leurs trognes impassibles nichées dans un splendide pelage roux affolent régulièrement les réseaux sociaux et tous ceux qui se soucient de la sauvegarde de la biodiversité. Les orangs-outans, ces grands singes anthropoïdes que l’on rencontre dans l’archipel malais, sont en danger. Et une étude parue dans Current Biology a ces […]

🛎 Hunt Scanlon Media: Here’s how to source talent with AI

Among HR professionals and executive search consultants, the adoption of artificial intelligence is at a very early stage. But make no mistake! AI and automated technologies are about to transform the search for people. “AI is an enabling technology,” said Hunt Scanlon Media chief executive Scott A. Scanlon. “In the global hunt for talent, AI […]

Why Barbra Streisand’s cloned dogs aren’t identical to the original pet

https://theconversation.com March 1, 2018 8.37pm AEDT Russell Bonduriansky Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could bring back a deceased loved one? Such ideas used to be pure science fiction, but recent advances in biotechnology seem to have brought this possibility within reach (at least for the wealthy). When American singer-actress Barbra Streisand lost her beloved […]

Malaria testing and treatment increases worker wellness – as well as effort

Malaria testing and treatment increases worker wellness – as well as effortNovember 12, 2017 8.44pm AEDTIrrigated fields, like these in Nigeria, increase the risk of workers getting malaria. Arne Hoel / World BankAndrew Dillon, Pieter Serneels, and Sarah A. Kopper Disease can have a major impact on our working lives. Take malaria. It affects 3.2 billon […]

Sheep can recognise celebrities from photographs, says amusing study with serious potential

Catherine Douglas https://youtu.be/7a7MqMg2JPY Sheep are surprisingly smart. New research from the University of Cambridge shows the animals can learn to recognise people from photographs, even people they’ve never seen in real life, such as celebrities. The researchers tested the sheeps’ recognition abilities using images of famous people including Barack Obama, actors Emma Watson and Jake […]

We need to talk about the social norms that fuel sexual assault November 11, 2017 12.58am AEDT

Natasha McKeever The recent spate of sexual harassment accusations against prominent men in Westminster comes as no surprise to many of us. We expect them to know better – to have been better people – but we have also seen this kind of behaviour before … over and over again. It isn’t just powerful men […]

What to Do When Antidepressants Mess with Your Sex Drive

What to Do When Antidepressants Mess with Your Sex By Deidre Olsen Photo:l GETTY IMAGES For some people with depression, antidepressants can be lifesaving. The most common forms used to treat anxiety and depression are selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. SSRIs are known to impact all four stages of the sexual arousal cycle, including desire, arousal, orgasm […]