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Bye, Bye Back Fat?

Technique removes loose skin, but downside is scar hidden under the bra line, expert says,, FRIDAY, Sept. 12 (HealthDay News) -- For many women, unsightly bumps and bulges above and below the back of their bra can make wearing body-hugging fashions a nightmare. Now, a plastic surgeo...

Australian Girls Took Instructions to Commit Suicide from Internet Site

...n't have been sorted out. You were my only child and can never be replaced. bye bye, my little girl.' Experts said joint suicides by girls were ext...n't have been sorted out. You were my only child and can never be replaced. bye bye, my little girl.' Experts said joint suicides by girls were ext...
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Sunflower debate ends in Mexico, researchers say

...sunflower because of its association with solar religion and warfare. Jos Luis Alvarado from Mexicos Institute of Anthropology and History, Robert bye from the Independent National University of Mexico, and UC graduate student Somayeh Tarighatis also are co-authors of the PNAS study. The research was...

Ancient sunflower fuels debate about agriculture in the Americas

... Institute of Anthropology and History, and Robert bye from the Independent National University of Mexico...s Institute of Anthropology and History and Robert bye from the Independent National University of Mexico...nthus annuus L.) in Mexico, with co-authors Robert bye and Victor Snchez-Cordero from the Independent Nat...
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How Best Buy said bye to burnout, hello to results

For years I had been focusing on the wrong currency. I was always looking to see if people were here. I should have been looking at what they were getting done." - John J. T. Thompson, senior vice president, Best Buy. It's about time. A large corporation with a strong workaholic and face-ti...

Shades of gray: Business impacts of an aging workforce

... at tdiromualdo@yahoo.com to share your experiences and perspectives. Recent articles by Tony DiRomualdo Tony DiRomualdo: How Best Buy said bye to burnout, hello to results Tony DiRomualdo: CEOs Gone Wild? Risks and rewards in the executive suite Tony DiRomualdo: Can a talent marke...

Media-savvy workers: New front in the War for Talent

...ent articles by Tony DiRomualdo Tony DiRomualdo: Shades of gray: Business impacts of an aging workforce Tony DiRomualdo: How Best Buy said bye to burnout, hello to results Tony DiRomualdo: CEOs Gone Wild? Risks and rewards in the executive suite Tony DiRomualdo: Can a talent marke...

Corporate Social Responsibility - Burden, sham, or golden opportunity?

...New front in the War for Talent Tony DiRomualdo: Shades of gray: Business impacts of an aging workforce Tony DiRomualdo: How Best Buy said bye to burnout, hello to results Tony DiRomualdo: CEOs Gone Wild? Risks and rewards in the executive suite Tony DiRomualdo: Can a talent marke...
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