Fitness

“TIPS” For Training

With all the most recent and greatest education technologies, methodologies, and nuances out there—from variations of brain-based learning to generational characteristic linking—effective training nonetheless boils down to a easy method. That is, getting to the “do” as speedily as achievable. I’ve reviewed and have regrettably implemented several education curricula that however posture and postpone this idea far also extended. When ...

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Make the Most of MOOCs

There is lots of talk about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Are they a revolution in education or just another online tool? While I don’t have the definitive answer to that question, we at Tenaris do have quite a bit of experience with MOOCs—we were the first company to join MOOC provider edX and we’ve spent the last four years ...

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Physical Therapy Equals Surgery for Carpal Tunnel

By Don Rauf HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, March 24, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Surgery is a typical method to treat carpal tunnel syndrome. But, physical therapy may function just as well, a new study indicates. Researchers identified that physical therapy — especially so-called manual therapy — improved hand and wrist function and lowered discomfort as successfully as a standard operation for ...

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Focus on El Salvador

El Salvador has a population of more than 6.1 million, and Spanish is the main language of its people. It has some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. This is a country with more than 100 lakes, many volcanoes, lush green valleys, and diverse wildlife and nature. More than 150 orchids and close to 400 different types of ...

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Measuring Outcomes of Bias Training

Bias instruction typically is seen as a waste of time and resources because there frequently are no quantifiable outcomes that demonstrate the value of the training. The unrealized increasing expectations of diversity coaching can be demoralizing to the participants and fail to fulfill the organization’s explanation for delivering the instruction. Unconscious bias (UB)—also known as implicit bias and cognitive bias—training, ...

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Hustle is the ultimate American status symbol, a new study says

Shutterstock Decades ago, a dude’s high status was symbolized by some pot-bellied plutocrat wearing 10 pounds of gold rings, delighting in endless pastries and relishing in a gold-plated castle somewhere. That’s not how Americans view social status anymore. In 2017, and in America, being endlessly stressed, overworked, and busy—the hustle, in other words—are the elite trifecta that signal power and influence, ...

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How This Man Lost Almost 400 Pounds in 3 Years

Sal Paradiso can’t tell you his beginning weight in early 2014, when he began his weight loss journey. Not since he doesn’t want to reveal the number, but since no scale could properly measure his weight. He estimates it was close to 700 pounds, a weight that produced every little thing hard, says Paradiso, now 35. “Putting on my shoes was ...

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