This is taken from Google's Blog - most members are concentrating on the "Desktop" view of their website - Google is saying that Mobile is vitally important and sharing what you need to do.
Added by Pat Howlett on June 19, 2013 at 2:29pm — No Comments
Found this and thought it worth sharing...…
The bracelet lists the person’s name, home address, names of family members and a phone number to call. If you…Read More
Added by Jaleh Neshat on June 18, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments
Worldwide, it is estimated that six people dies from stroke every 60 seconds.
A stroke occurs when a clot blocks a blood vessel that is traveling to the brain or a blood vessel bursts. Blood flow and oxygen flow to…Read More
Added by Jaleh Neshat on June 15, 2013 at 11:59am — No Comments
Will You Need Surgery For Your Headache?
I certainly hope not. Unless you've got a brain tumor, surgery is rarely an option considered by people with benign headaches. When I say benign, I mean not caused by cancer or some…Read More
Added by Dr. Jim Strunk on June 13, 2013 at 12:06pm — No Comments
Having worked in health care for over 25 years I realize that much health care today has nothing to do with getting healthy but rather treating symptoms of ill health .As a Certified Health Coach, I appreciate it when I discover tools that help my clients improve their health and find natural alternatives to wellbeing. This is why have recently started working with essential oils. Essential oils are the volatile liquids that are distilled from plants, including the seeds, bark, leaves,…Read More
Added by Debbie orol on June 11, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments
Never fear. There is a place to park near your downtown Raleigh destination, and it’s easier to find than you may think.
As a downtown Raleigh resident, I hear a lot of questions about parking, especially from those who want to attend my weekly 919 networking coffee breaks at Benelux Cafe in City Market.
So I thought I’d offer my fellow 919ers a primer on parking in downtown Raleigh along with some…Read More
There are reasons the agriculture community has embraced me and my message from Generational Insights. I guess the most important of all the reasons is that the average age of a farmer in our country is 57. Fifty-Seven! At that age one should be looking forward to what retirement will feel and look like. But in the farm sector, everyone is looking to find who will take over the role of the new wave of farmers that will feed the world. Now we have the new farmers arriving and they bring with…Read More
Added by Tim Moore on June 10, 2013 at 9:17am — No Comments
NCDatajam, a gathering of 75+ technologists, entrepreneurs and business leaders, attacked the question of what can be done with the Open Data available from the City of Raleigh. Raleigh is one of the handful of American cities that gives citizens access to the data it collects.
The event on April 22-23 began with descriptions of federal open data applications we already use like weather.com and the Global Positioning System(GPS). This data has been used to build better access to…Read More
Added by Drew Becker on June 10, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments
For many years, water heaters have not changed. You had a round cylinder in your closet, attic, crawlspace or garage. It was either powered by electricity or gas and the burners kept the water in the tank hot for washing dishes or taking a shower.
Tankless Water Heater. The newest technology in gas water heaters is called atankless water…Read More
Added by Amy Shair, REMAX Real Estate on June 9, 2013 at 5:54pm — No Comments
Accept That You Are Not in Control
Life, for the most part, is out of our hands. We can’t control the lines that creep across our face or other changes in our appearance. We can…
Added by Jaleh Neshat on June 8, 2013 at 10:56am — No Comments
Would you turn away from this delectable treat?
As we age, the five sense we are born with go through natural and expected changes. Of course anything can happen to affect our senses, such as a loss of smell which can cause us to turn away from food. If hearing, touch, vision, smell and taste…
Added by Jaleh Neshat on June 8, 2013 at 10:49am — No Comments
As the premier restoration company of the Triangle, Carolina Restoration Services has been serving the community since 1997. Fully licensed and insured, our family owned business places the highest emphasis on the satisfaction of our customers.
Unparalleled in our ability to provide superior workmanship, customer service, and communication, we have received high recognitions from our customers and our community.
Our most recent achievement for which we are particularly proud of…Read More
Are you ready to commit to getting fit with the help of Dawn of Health Chiropractic??? We are here to help you eliminate low back pain and/or prevent future issues. However, chiropractic is not all about back pain. At Dawn of Health Chiropractic, we eliminate nervous system interference to allow better…Read More
Added by Dr. Jim Strunk on June 7, 2013 at 9:52am — No Comments
Becoming an author has never been easier than now – that is both GOOD and BAD though! Anyone can become an author by self-publishing their own book. I’ve read dozens, if not hundreds, of self-published books. Some were impressive and looked just like what you would buy in Barnes & Noble while others were, to be blunt, junk.
I facilitate workshops on how to self-publish and ensuring your book isn’t JUNK. I also share a relatively new resource, called …Read More
Added by Kevin Snyder, Ed.D. on June 6, 2013 at 11:44am — No Comments
Added by Mark J. Andrews, DDS on June 5, 2013 at 11:50am — No Comments
A few years ago I had the incredible blessing of meeting my long-time "idol" Zig Ziglar (thanks to the power of social media). My dream had always been to hear him speak - LIVE. Instead, many years ago when I was an early adopter of Twitter, I rarely knew what to "tweet". Since I knew most of his "sayings" by heart, I quoted him often. As a result, his son, Tom Ziglar began "following me" and so I "followed him back". One day he posted a link to a blog post that he had written about the…Read More
Did you know that a dog’s posture, facial expression and tail movements can communicate a number of different messages to other dogs and to humans .
As a pet owner, it is very important that you be able to correctly read your canine companion’s signals.
Here are some common behaviors in…Read More
Added by Lois Kelly, 4 Paws Pet Sitting on June 4, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments