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Protect Your Staff from COVID-19 as You Reopen Your Small Business

The pandemic is still not over. Everywhere around the world, the virus which started in Wuhan, China late last year, is still spreading, infecting, and claiming the lives of thousands every day. While, in the United States, the economy is back up, it is still not completely safe. You can, however, do some things to

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3 Kinds of Picky Eaters and What Parents Can Do About Them

Every parent knows how easy mealtimes can suddenly become a mental and physical battlefield. One day, children are cooperative and eat whatever is served in front of them. But the next day, they will cross their arms, turn their heads away from the table, and refuse to touch a single morsel on their plates. Parents

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When Should Retailers Start Decorating Their Shops for the Holidays?

Imagine yourself during the holiday season. It’s annoying how many people are out on the streets, but there’s also a sense of camaraderie among people. They are happier. You are happier. You smile at people and greet those who you’ve locked eyes with. It’s Christmas. The air smells like Christmas. Children are playing around the

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Whaling Ships to Couriers: New Zealand’s Delivery Service

The postal and delivery service industry in New Zealand is worth $2bn and involves over 3,700 businesses. Over the last five years, the demand for traditional mail services has declined by 60 million letters per year. Households and companies have turned to other cheaper and more efficient methods of communication, such as texts, social media,

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How Is COVID-19 Changing the Way Funeral Services Are Held?

A few months into the coronavirus pandemic, it’s evident that life will never be the same again. At the very least, it would take a while to untangle this routine of household isolation and physical distancing. These are uncertain times, however, and the best thing that the people can do is adjust to the growing

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Is Telehealth our Best Hope against a Global Pandemic?

As the total number of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. escalates to 525,704, many hospitals have already exceeded maximum patient capacity. Limited bed availability and shortage of well-functioning medical equipment hinder patients from receiving proper care. Staffing is also a major concern due to the growing rate of infections among health care staff. Since infected workers must undergo quarantine for at

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How to Start Your Own Healthcare Clinic

Many doctors, after finishing medical school and successfully passing the exams, begin working in a clinic or hospital. This fulfills the residency period required from doctors before they can establish their profession. Some doctors end up pursuing a career in hospitals, while others dream of having their own private healthcare clinic. Starting a private practice

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4 Activities to Keep Your Child Productive During Summer

Summer is the time children spend for leisure and relaxation. They might stay up later than usual, or they might binge eat their favorite ice cream. You may tolerate these occasionally but as parents, you need to make sure your child stays productive in any way at this time. Here are summer activities for your children

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Four Ways to Grow Your Network Outside of the Office

Many people are familiar with the popular theory of six degrees of separation – the idea that everyone in the world is somehow connected through at most six intermediate links. Your friend’s sister-in-law has a colleague who went to school with a guy who now works for Elon Musk or something like that. The concept

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