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Pete Spittler: How Sustainable Development Can Beat Overpopulation

Pete Spittler

As our planet becomes more populated, architect Pete Spittler believes sustainable development will become more important than ever. Currently, the world population grows by an astounding amount of people every year. Pete Spittler notes that by the year 2025, this means our planet is expected to contain eight billion people—two billion more than there are today. According to Pete Spittler, ... Read More »

Carmack Moving and Storage FAQ – Avoiding Stressful Moves

Carmack Moving and Storage

Are short moves as hard as long? Will I have time to get settled? When should I call a moving company? Carmack Moving and Storage answers these questions and more. Q. What causes moving-related stress? Carmack Moving and Storage: Many people find the task overwhelming and that in and of itself can create anxiety. Q. What can I do to ... Read More »

Kavin Austin Blake Shares some Tips for Healthy Living

Kavin Austin Blake

Kavin Austin Blake has spent years looking into the benefits of diet and healthy living as pertains to a long lifespan. Today, Information Nation talks to Kavin Austin Blake about beating the calendar and the clock. Information Nation: What’s the secret of healthy living and a long life? Kavin Austin Blake: The secret is that there’s no secret. It’s not ... Read More »

Information Nation: When it Comes to Shampoo, Less is Better

Americans wash their hair on average of just under 5 times a week (which is twice the amount of Italians and Spaniards) and that’s a problem, according to dermatologists. Washing hair too often can rob it of vital nutrients and ultimately damage it. So, the question is what would American’s shampoo habits be like if the New York Times hadn’t ... Read More »

Advice from Dan Sciscente: Work Hard, Play Harder

Dan Sciscente

How Dan Sciscente, founder of Communi-T and Professional Project Manager – balances work and play. Dan Sciscente is a business owner, a family man, and an avid recreationalist who says that he is a better provider for his family when he feels a sense of balance. He is the founder of Communi-T, the world’s most efficient SAP interface software, and ... Read More »

Americans Continue to Consume Sodium in Surprising Foods

It's no secret that Americans consume too much salt, but the highest sodium foods are surprising. For instance, a store bought loaf of bread not only contains a number of preservatives, but a slice of that bread can contain as much as a teaspoon of table salt – per slice. Other sodium levels in things that people think of as “healthy” can be shocking. Read on to find out how to avoid many of the hidden culprits that are lurking on grocery store shelves. Read More »

Steven P. Delarge Introduces the Concept of “Not-Do” Lists

Steven P. Delarge juggles many daily priorities as a busy executive. With all of the demands on his time, Delarge has had to learn time management strategies in order to be effective in his career. For today’s busy executive, stress is the name of the game, but as Steven P. Delarge explains, it doesn’t have to be that way. Here, Delarge shares a few of the techniques he uses to handle the challenges, large or small, presented to him in any given day. Information Nation: Steven P. Delarge is here with us today. Thank you for speaking with us, Mr. Delarge. The first thing many executives do to manage tasks is create a prioritized to-do list. Is that how you do it? Read More »


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