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June 15, 2016
Have you ever wondered… what’s the first thing people notice about me?
Most people would say it’s their personality, but studies have shown that it is actually a person’s physical appearance that catches the attention. In a survey by Murine of 2000 people, most agreed that upon meeting someone, they first noticed a person's eyes. So why is it that most of us pay little attention to our eye health and have less than “perfect” looking eyes?
There are many habits and environmental factors that can contribute to a person's eye beauty diminishing over time such as computer vision syndrome, ultraviolet sun rays, overuse of sclera (the white outer layer of eyeball) whitening eye drops, rubbing the eyes and lack of sleep, to name a few. These factors add to a variety of problems that affect our eye beauty such as red eyes, yellow eyes, pink eye, red veins in the eye, dry eyes, dull eye color, macular degeneration,...
Sometimes Being Square is Better: Solatube International asks the question “Are you square or round?”
June 16, 2016
Round versus square. Sharp lines versus curves. The human brain processes each of these differently, according to a led by Moshe Bar and Maital Neta. In their study with round and square objects, they found that most people prefer rounded objects and shapes to sharp-angled ones.* Over the past 25 years, Solatube International has been catering to this majority with its round diffusers. But what about those who prefer sharper lines?
Solatube has finally heard their pleas and now has a square diffuser for residential Solatube Daylighting Systems.
“Part of the magic of our products is the fact that we use a round tube, so it was only natural that we used a round fixture at the ceiling,” said Robert Westfall, president of Solatube International. “But we now know there are a substantial number of people that prefer squares so we literally had to figure out how to put a round tube in a square hole to accommodate those preferences.”
Share Lawyers team expands its knowledge base
June 16, 2016
Members of the team were pleased to participate in an in-house training session on Friday May 6, 2016 The session was an opportunity to not only parse over new developments in disability law, but was an excellent exercise in knowledge and skill sharing.
The session covered long-term disability claims, skill-building negotiations and advocacy skills.
“We looked at some hot issues in disability insurance- legal issues regarding jurisdiction, ?regarding the interplay between long-term disability and other compensation systems,” said President of Share Lawyers, David Share.
“We hold these sessions to ensure that we keep up-to-date on new developments that may affect the cases we're working on.”
Another session is scheduled for later this month, which will focus on bankruptcy law and how it impacts disability cases. A bankruptcy trustee will be in attendance to share their expertise.
For more information,...
China's Haier Group Founder & CEO Earns Leadership Award at Yale University CEO Summit
June 15, 2016
Zhang Ruimin, Founder, Chairman of the Board of Directors and CEO of Haier Group, was awarded the Legend In Leadership Award at the prestigious Yale Chief Executive Leadership Institute CEO Summit taking place in New York City. The invitation-only meeting featuring chairman, CEO and president-level executives from iconic global businesses and leading scholars from Yale, Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia and Emory, addressed diverse topics from global strategy to succession planning and is titled The Future Ain’t What it Used to Be: Delight & Despair Over Disruption.
The Legend in Leadership Award was presented to Mr. Zhang by William Donaldson, 27th Chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission and by Stephen A. Schwarzman, Chairman & CEO of Blackstone.
Summit organizer Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Senior Associate Dean for Leadership Studies at the Yale School of Management, commented:
Dr. Arthur Leon, Professor of Exercise Physiology for the University of Minnesota, School of Kinesiology, has been named "Top Doctor of the Year in Higher Education" 2016-2017 by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP)!
June 16, 2016
Dr. Arthur Leon, Professor of Exercise Physiology for the University of Minnesota, School of Kinesiology, has been named "Top Doctor of the Year in Higher Education" for 2016-2017 by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP).
While inclusion with the International Association of Top Professionals is an honor in itself, only a few members in each discipline are chosen for this distinction. These special honorees are distinguished based on their professional accomplishments, academic achievements, leadership abilities, longevity in the field, other affiliations and contributions to their communities. All honorees will be invited to attend the IAOTP’s annual award gala at the end of this year for a night to honor their achievements.
With almost 60 years of experience in the healthcare field, Dr. Leon has certainly proved himself as an accomplished professional and leader not only in medicine but also in higher education. ...
Diane Marie Giles, Owner & Founder of Reclaim Your Castle, has been named "Top Holistic Healer of the Year" for 2016-2017 by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP)!
June 16, 2016
Diane Marie Giles, Owner & Founder of Reclaim Your Castle, has been named "Top Holistic Healer of the Year" for 2016-2017 by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP)! While inclusion with the International Association of Top Professionals is an honor in itself, only a few members in each discipline are chosen for this distinction. These special honorees are distinguished based on their professional accomplishments, academic achievements, leadership abilities, longevity in the field, other affiliations and contributions to their communities. All honorees will be invited to attend the IAOTP’s annual award gala at the end of this year for a night to honor their achievements.
With over 10 years of experience in healing, Diane has certainly proven herself as an accomplished professional, entrepreneur, spiritual leader and healer. Diane started her journey in 2006 upon moving to Canada. It was a new beginning and an opportunity to...
Sun Screen for the Home
June 20, 2016
As you slather on sun block SPF 30, 40 or higher this summer, think about your house. Exposed to the intense rays of the sun day after day, how does your home protect itself from getting sun burned?
"People worry about the harmful effects of the sun on their skin when outside for just a few hours," says James Carey, co-host of , a home improvement radio show and website. "Imagine how damaging the sun can be to a structure when exposed for 10 or more hours a day to ultraviolet (UV) rays. Along with having the potential to fade exterior elements of the home, like siding and roofing, intense sun exposure can also cause the home to heat up, requiring your air conditioning to work harder to keep the interior cool and comfortable.
"The best solution to preventing your home from getting burnt by the sun is to select products...
New Book Answers America’s Questions About Underlying Cause Of The Tragic Orlando Mass-Shooting
June 15, 2016
As America grasps for answers to explain the tragedy of the worst mass shooting in its history, an author states that his new book addresses that concern in detail. Mr. J. Ross felt compelled over the last five years to write a book about the founding of the USA that would look at the biggest problems currently faced by our country. When some of the recent presidential candidates spoke of these same issues, J. Ross decided to refine his manuscript into a book to alert America to the existential threat of these problems. This book was recently released in spring of 2016; its title is Donald Trump And Ben Carson Are Right: About Islam And America.
The author states, “the roots of the Orlando shooting actually go all the way back to America’s formative years, and in fact President Thomas Jefferson had to deal with them; which resulted in creating the U.S. Marines then to combat the same ideology that resurfaced in Orlando.” The book begins with...
How to Warm Up A Home's Exterior
June 15, 2016
Gone are the days of harsh exterior color combinations on a house. These days, warmer tones of beiges and neutral hues, plus soft shades of gray, are the colors homeowners are leaning toward for their homes.
According to Kate Smith, color trend forecaster at , homeowners are marrying up warm beige exteriors with trim work and shutters in eye-catching contrasting tones.
"Today's homeowners are looking to express quiet sophistication on their home exteriors," says Smith. "That can be achieved by viewing the home from a 'top-down' overview. By starting with the roof and letting the eye travel downwards on the house, different soothing color combinations can be joined to create an overall warm exterior."
As an example, Smith cites...