Prisma Guitars Creates New Guitar Line Crafted From Used Skate Boards

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Many avid skateboarders just toss their old board away when purchasing a new one from places like GoldCoast Skateboards, but Nick Pourfard had  a better idea.  What not combine his two passions, guitars and skateboarding.

It all started when he was just 18, he wanted a guitar that had sentimental value, not just the same thing that anyone could buy off the shelf.  That is when he came across a stack of used skateboards that he no longer used.  The self taught wood worker went to work crafting a one of a kind guitar.

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Credits: http://www.prismaguitars.com/

Australia: Universities Are Making a Global Push Into Free Online Education

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As 15 new courses are offered online through The University of Queensland, the global push to provide free online courses has taken off.  Australian universities have nearly 50 courses that can be taken online.

The best universities online no longer replicate academic topics but have moved to covering subjects of general interest in a more complete way or they now offer career focused courses that are appealing to professionals.

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Credits:https://www.uq.edu.au/

Nigerian Senate is Accusing President of Excessive Spending on Exotic Car

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In a report from Nigerian Senators, of whom wanted to remain unidentified, claimed that the Nigerian President spent N55 million on a bullet proof Lexus.  This came at a time when the President claims to be fighting corruption and preventing others in the government from purchasing official cars at a price of N5 million each.

According to Envus Motorsports Inc. Exotic Cars, these types of cars can be very expensive even more so when armor is added to them.

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Credits: http://allafrica.com/stories/201601180116.html

School District Attempts to Communicate with Public Through The Use of an Online Survey

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Teton County School District has posted it’s second survey online for the public to voice their opinions regarding the plans to build a new elementary school.

Chairwoman Patricia Russell doesn’t believe that the survey will provide the answers that the trustees are looking for.  However Russell does think that the use of the survey is a step in the right direction.

The public and parents don’t have many choices when it comes to the education of their children, with the exception of searching for online schools offering laptops to give the kids another education option.

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Credits: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2FGMC7K

Winter Storm could Lead to Delayed Trash Service

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Waste Management of Wichita notified their customers this week, that due to weather conditions, trash hauling may be delayed.

Predictions of snow and ice may prevent regularly scheduled pick ups especially for rural areas of Wichita.

“We are working to get your pick up service back on schedule as soon as possible, and we apologize for the inconvenience,” said Lisa Disbrow of Waste Management.

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Credits: http://www.kansas.com/news/weather/article51853345.html

Oregon University Considering Highest Tuition Increase in it’s History

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In spite of Oregon lawmakers approving $665 million in general support for the state’s seven public universities, the University of Oregon is proposing an annual increase of almost 5%.

It is expected that many students will turn to Online Schools that Offer Laptops in exchange for the high priced universities.  Public Universities have not learned that students do weigh the opportunity costs of the amount of student loan debt compared to their future earning potential.

The end result of tuition increases will be students looking for alternatives to the high priced education.

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Credits:http://www.oregonlive.com/education/index.ssf/2015/07/legislature_boosts_public_coll.html

Three Tips To Reduce The Effect of the Loss of Fibroglandular Tissues and Fat

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Fibroglandular tissues and fat are sometimes the unwanted effect that weight loss has on a woman.  These tissues and fat make up the density of the breast.  During wieght loss the size of the breast also decreases, these changes are unique to each woman but in some cases 75% of the breast is made up of fat composition, according to breast link.

The following are 3 tips how to prevent breasts from sagging after weight lost.

  1. Wear a supportive bra during workouts, reevaluate the size every couple months.
  2. Don’t do crash diets that cause you to lose weight fast and in an unhealthy way, this can have an adverse effect on your skin’s elasticity.
  3. Focus your workouts to build muscle tone in your chest area.

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Credits: http://www.boldsky.com/beauty/

Connection Establish Between HSV Out Break and Cellular Stress

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Once inside the host, the herpes simplex virus remains as a latent infection through out the life of the host.

The DNA genome of HSV is silent during latency.  A connection has now been established between cellular stress and the reactive expression of the genes creating herpes symptoms through infective virus particles.

 “Cliffe et al. report that signaling through the c-Jun N-terminal kinase (JNK) pathway, which is activated in response to various types of cellular stress, relieved transcriptional repression of latent HSV.”

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Credits: http://www.cell.com/

6 Tips to Keep Your Business Finance in Order, According to Entrepreneur.com

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Keeping your business finances in shape can be the least of your worries when it comes to running your business, according to this Kent street bookkeeper.

Here are six tips for the small business owner to ensure that they have their books in order.

  1. Keep your personal and business finances separate at all times.
  2. Use accounting software that makes sense for the type and size of your business.
  3. Consider hiring a professional bookkeeper.
  4. Keep your books organized.
  5. Work off of  a budget.
  6. Work with a bank that is friendly to your size and type of business.

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Credits:  http://www.entrepreneur.com/topic/bookkeeping

Study Shows “Exercise Hormone” can Boost Exercise Endurance

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Ekaterina Subbotina, PhD, of the University of Iowa, publishes the findings of a new study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  It was found that increaseing blood circulation of a peptide called musclin improves exercise endurance.

Mice that were genetically engineered to be deficient in musclin were unable to exercise as long or as hard as normal mice.  Once these mice were injected with musclin they returned to normal exercise capacity.

This link could bring help for individuals who find it hard to engage in physical activity.  For more advice on health and wellness visit Groom and Style.

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Credits: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/

Accreditation for Dental Therapy Education Program Approved By CODA

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The newly implemented accreditation process by the Commission on Dental Accreditation has been hailed as “significant milestone”.

According to H. Peter Ku, D.D.S. PA, dental therapy educational programs are currently operational in only two states.

This new accreditation will undoubtedly create a more defined career path for dental hygienists.

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Credits: http://www.dental-tribune.com/articles/news/usa/index.html

University of Sydney Study Reveals Traditional “Drill and Fill” approach May Not Be Needed to Reverse Tooth Decay

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The Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology published the findings of a seven year study that discovered that preventative oral care reduced filings by almost 50%.

It is common for dentist like Josey Lane Dentistry to stop tooth decay by removing the affected area then restore it with a filling material.

The study finds that preventative care is important for the reduction of tooth decay.

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