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The Benefits of Playing Golf - When people here the word ‘golf’ they often correlate it with a misleading sense of boring, elderly men and women who have nothing better to do. Believe it or not, there is a broader reason why so many retirees indulge in the golf lifestyle. Yes, golf is a lifestyle, not just a sport. Many people, most of whom know absolutely nothing about the sport, do not realize that playing golf regularly can add five years to their life span and also have many other well-being-related benefits (“Health” par....   [tags: Benefits of Golfing]
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Bank of America Benefits - Bank of America is the company I elected to discuss their unique benefits package. Bank of America is one of the world's largest financial institutions, serving individual consumers, small- and middle-market businesses and large corporations with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services. The company provides unmatched convenience in the United States, serving approximately 58 million consumer and small business relationships with more than 5,900 retail banking offices, more than 18,000 ATMs and award-winning online banking with nearly 30 million active users....   [tags: Employee Benefits ] 1184 words
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Benefits of an Active Lifestyle - “ Researchers speculate that sitting for hours on end may change people’s metabolism in ways that promote obesity, heart disease, diabetes and other chronic conditions.” Little do most people know that having a sedentary lifestyle can actually be very negative on there health. On the other hand having an active lifestyle or even just walking 15-20 mins a day (Putnam 4) can be very beneficial to people’s mental and physical health. Having an active lifestyle through high school and after is far more beneficial than having a sedentary lifestyle because competing in high school sports develops good lifelong habits, is a good source of stress relief and keeps the athlete overall healthier....   [tags: Benefits of Physical Activity]
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The Health Benefits of Yoga - Yoga is a practice that anyone of any age can complete anywhere at anytime. It originated in ancient India and is estimated to be nearly five thousand years old. Through yoga, one is able to find his or her path to peaceful bliss within him or her self (Finney 25). The mind and the body become balanced with each other, giving one the sense of enlightenment (The Magic of...Meditation). Depending on the styles and poses a person is to choose, yoga benefits a person not only physically, but mentally as well....   [tags: yoga, health benefits, meditation] 1182 words
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The Benefits of Community Service - "Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile." -- Albert Einstein Volunteering personal time to a cause, service, or other person can be very rewarding for various reasons, and in various ways. These reasons can be specific to the volunteer task, whether the person was recruited for the work or if they found it themselves, life stage of the volunteer, or even the motivation behind donating time. Although research has proved that volunteering affects each individual differently, it has also proved that the affects are typically positive....   [tags: Benefits of Volunteer Work]
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Friends with Benefits Research - Descriptive and non-experimental research is very relevant in the sciences, although many people may not understand that. Non-experimental research can come in two forms; a quantitative study, or a qualitative study. A quantitative study can include research methods such as interviews, questionnaires, surveys and/or psychological tests (Smythe, 2014). A qualitative study can include research methods including qualitative interviews, focus groups, ethnographic research and/or historical research (Smythe, 2014)....   [tags: friends with benefits, FWBR Essays]
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Benefits of Video Games - Crooks 1 Studies show that video games can in fact, be beneficial to you. Many times when you hear people talk about video games, it is usually talking about how they ruin people’s minds. While there is little evidence to back up those claims, on the other hand, there is also evidence defending it. Video games can have many social, educational, and/or cognitive benefits. Not all video games are rated violent, such as the Call of Duty, Mortal Kombat, or Battlefield. Instead there are games that are considered prosocial games and are rated E for everyone....   [tags: Violence, Benefits, Gaming, Technology]
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Reaping the Benefits of Clean Eating - ... Build a stronger immune system A strong immune system can be achieved by eating nutritious food and exercise. This is our body’s defense system against numerous disease and in case we do get sick, the immune system works overtime in fighting off the disease thus keeping it healthy should always be our priority. To ensure that the immune system is in tip top shape, always include fruits, vegetables, and yogurt as part of daily nutrition. Boost energy levels Proper nutrition also helps in boosting energy levels....   [tags: healthy, choice, benefits, weight, sleep] 625 words
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Greenwashing: Misleading Claims of Environmental Benefits - Companies are becoming more competitive and consumers are concerned on the environmental problems. The organisations are attracting consumers with promotions of Green technology and services and companies claiming it to be green. In the last several years, there are companies issuing Green claims and accused of Greenwashing. The green products and Greenwash products are labeled to be eco-friendly while they are not and overstatement of high ratings of environmental claims. This also causes confusion and difficult to determine genuine eco-friendly products from a Greenwashing product....   [tags: misleading claims, environmental benefits]
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Business Ethics: Cost-Benefits Analysis - An 'economic cost-benefit analysis' approach to reasoning sees actions favoured and chosen if the benefit outweighs the cost. Here, the benefits and costs are in the form of economic benefits and costs, such as, monetary loss or profit. One who is motivated by such an approach will deem a course of action preferable if doing so results in an economic profit. Conversely, actions will be avoided if they result in an economic loss (Kelman 1981). Importantly, when thinking about the cost-benefit approach, it should be borne in mind that its proponents are not strictly motivated to act ethically, unless the cost of not doing so is sufficiently high, or if acting ethically will result in economic...   [tags: utilitarian approach, maximizing benefits]
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Social Security Benefits and How They Are Being Reduced - Social Security Disability is a strong subject to research. Many people suffer because benefits get denied and this can be a long process to go through. Many will be denied time and again before they can see a law judge to be approved for benefits. According to the National Journal, social security will run short to pay full benefits by the year 2042. Sen. Lindsey Graham, Republican, South Carolina introduced legislation that would let workers invest up to $1,300 of their payroll taxes each year and would make gradual cuts in traditional benefits, reducing the payouts below what Social Security now promises....   [tags: benefits, social security, reduce]
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Homeschooling Benefits - In this article “What Americans keep ignoring,” Anu Partanen believes that education in Finland made more successful than United States. She says that schools in Finland believe in engaging more in creativity than taking standardized tests. In Finland there are no private schools. It means every child is able to attend public school and they all are publicly financed. Even there are no private universities in Finland so that means every one attend public school from Pre-K through PH.D. In Finland schools, teachers or universities are not based on rank meaning beset school or teacher....   [tags: Benefits, Education, Home]
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The Benefits of Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Open Space Facilities - The Benefits of Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Open Space Facilities Economic benefits for local and national economy as well as some less tangible benefits play a major role when investments are made on bicycle, pedestrian, and open space facilities. Some of the economic benefits from such infrastructures come from increased retail sales, conservation and creation of jobs, reduced health care costs, and real estate appreciation. The facilities discussed also ease road traffic and lead to a better preservation of roads....   [tags: economic benefits for local & national economy] 2961 words
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Employee Benefits and Planning - Employee Benefits and Planning What is the term PPO stands for. Preferred Provider Organization What is the Characteristics of PPO. Tends to be used in two ways. One way to apply to health care providers that contract with employers, insurance companies, union trust fund, third-party administrators, or others to provide medical care services at a reduced fee. PPO may be organized by the Providers themselves or by other organizations, such as insurance companies the Blues. Like HMO they may take the form of group practices or separate individual practices, they provide a broad array of medical services such as Physician¡¦s services, hospital care, laboratory costs¡K or they may be limited...   [tags: Employee Benefits Insurance] 1217 words
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The Benefits of Playing Sports - In everyone’s life there is always a thing or moment that reveals something new about you that you never noticed was there, Now the question is what did sports reveal to me. Since the very beginning, I had the will of giving it my all when I had a goal ahead of me, and always took the big steps to accomplish it. All of my experiences have led me to become what I am today, What is it that reveals who we are as a person. Is it the way we act. or just our life experiences. I believe that the significant events, actions, and accomplishments in the end define who you are in life....   [tags: Benefits of Sports] 942 words
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Physical, Mental, and Social Benefits of Playing Sports -      Sports, a very popular past time today, have been around since ancient times.  Greek Olympic Games featured events from chariot races, javelin throws, to wrestling.  In addition, a game similar to soccer was played in China by the second century BC.  In England, a violent rugby type game was even played to settle feuds between villages.  With the development of the industrial revolution and the creation of the first public schools, sports decreased in violence and were played more recreationally and constructively.  Basketball was invented to help the youth in New England spend their energy in the winter months.  Since the early 1900’s sports have been a key experience in the United St...   [tags: Benefits of Competition 2014]
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The Benefits of a Psychological Contract in Employee Performance - ... Be honest to the employer. Besides give a full loyalty to the company, I also will be honest to the employer because it important to establish and develop good relationship with employer and another co-workers. An honest employee is extremely valuable to businesses because one of the biggest problems in the organization is dishonest employees. Honesty involves telling the truth in all work matters. I will never lie on my job application, timesheets, or expenses statements. For example, I will follow work schedule that have been fixed by company and will not take extra time or extend during break time even 5 minutes for socializing with another co-workers or personal callers....   [tags: organizational culture, company benefits]
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Benefits of Mentoring for Young People - “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” ― Benjamin Franklin “Do not train a child to learn by force or harshness; but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each.” ― Plato      Youth mentoring is one of the most under-utilized tools in America for the successful development of intelligent and prosperous young men and women. Young people today need multi-dimensional care in order to successfully mature into well rounded individuals....   [tags: The Benefits of Youth Mentoring]
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Compensation and Benefit Management - Employment benefits are the foundation of a financial portfolio that often enhances the value of any work completed on the behalf of a company or organization. Those benefits are based on the work of several people and organizations in years past that fault to protect some basic and not so basic rights. The rights have unified protection under the law and have agencies that facilitate the law guidelines and will punitively impose sanctions if an employer is guilty of violating those laws based on results of a suit an employee file against a company....   [tags: Employment Benefits, Financial Portfolio]
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The Benefits of Adoption - What is adoption. Adoption is to take into one's family through legal means and raise as one's own child. I'm sure everyone in this class would like to become parents someday. But how many of you have ever considered adoption. Growing up as a child I had a friend that was adopted from Russia. Over the years we began to get closer, not just friends, practically brothers. We did absolutely everything together, band, drama, and tennis. Then one day he started to talk about his life and how much different it would be if he wasn't adopted....   [tags: raising a child that is not your own] 535 words
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The Benefits of Running - In today’s inactive society many people struggle with obesity. No one can put a price tag on life. People today need to reevaluate where their priorities stand. The downward spiral for health issues and obesity will continues to get worse, unless everyone takes action to their lives. Opportunities in today’s society show endless ways to get back into shape. Starting the activity of running will change one’s life for the better. The positive benefits of participating in running include experiencing a fun activity, many health benefits, a low cost sport, and sponsoring charity organizations....   [tags: health, sports training, jogging]
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The Benefits of Recycling - Recycling is one of the easiest and best ways for people to help the environment. More people need to recognize and take recycling seriously, because it can prolong the survival of humanity on Earth. The basic concept of recycling is the process of converting used materials or waste into reusable material for production. It is essential that people start realizing that recycling is necessary now, and going to be more necessary in the future because of the new, higher quality lifestyles people are living....   [tags: environment, energy, pollution]
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The Benefits of Laughter - Feeling down and depressed. Laugh all those troubles away. Laughter is a simple yet substantial way of putting that little spring back in the step. When people say “Laughter is the best medicine,” what are they referring to. Laughing acts as calorie burner, prevents heart disease or other illnesses, can increase learning abilities and focus, or even bring a more optimistic outlook on life. One of the many benefits gained by laughter are the physical benefits. “I believe laughing is the best calorie burner” (Hepburn)....   [tags: cure and therapy for depression] 954 words
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The Benefits of Obamacare - Because millions have been able to free ride the health care system Obama emplaced a new health reform changing thousands of lives, making healthcare affordable for all people and giving citizens who are already covered new or more benefits. Healthcare has always been a pricey yet necessary asset to life. In the 1920s the middle class seemed to have struggled with the growing cost of medical visits. In the late 1920s a Dallas hospital started to offer joint affordable healthcare for only $.50 a month....   [tags: Obamacare Essays] 981 words
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The Benefits of Breastfeeding - ... This means that it is manufactured within the mother’s mammary gland, and its components are tailored exclusively for the benefit of her baby. Due to this, it has been proven to reduce the chances of babies having digestive problems and developing infections. Babies that are exclusively fed by their mother’s milk are less likely to suffer from colic, constipation, diarrhoea, vomiting and respiratory tract infections. A lot of these problems seen in formula feed babies are due to the fact that the particular composition of the formula doesn’t suit their digestive system....   [tags: mother's milk, health of mother and baby] 998 words
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The Benefits of Music - The Benefits of Music Think back on a time when you experienced something stressful. How did you cope with it. Recall a time when you needed to relax. What did you use to help you. Chances are your answers involve music. The desire to play music while working, studying, or even relaxing is universal. Whether playing the music, singing along, or just listening, music can have many positive effects that aren’t often recognized. Music is unique in its ability to stimulate more than just one brain hemisphere, incorporating both the right and left sides of the brain....   [tags: reasoning skills, dopamine stimulant]
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The Benefits of Meditation - What are your thoughts, views, musings and experiences etc. regarding meditation. As we all can learn from each other when it comes to sharing ways of creating a healthy, happy and vibrant life work balance. It is well known and proven that over time the benefits of meditating on a regular basis promotes the development of inner calmness, connectedness, focus, flow, a clear clarity of mind, a focused and more stable grounded concentration, along with coherency of thought, increased creativity, being more open and receptive to receive insights, solutions to problems and new ideas, a balanced and harmonious centred inner equilibrium, a relaxed happy body, mind and spirit, which in turn assists...   [tags: clarity of mind, concentration] 626 words
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The Benefits of Yoga - Yoga has been around for centuries, but it has recently increased in popularity. Yoga originated in India and refers to traditional physical and mental disciplines. There are 5 major branches of yoga in the Hindu philosophy, they include: Raja yoga, Karma yoga, Jnana yoga, Bhakti yoga, and Hatha yoga (Yoga). Yoga goals vary and range from improving health to achieving Moksha (Yoga). “In the state of Moksha lies the ultimate peace, ultimate knowledge, and ultimate enlightenment. Paradise is believed to be a place of temporal attractions to be avoided by the seeker in order to pursue the ultimate goal of union/yoking with god through yoga.” (Moksha) After finding out a little more about yoga...   [tags: Persuasive Essay]
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The Benefits of Naps - What do people think of when they first hear the word nap. Everyday sayings such as snatching a nap, being caught napping, snoozing, or stealing forty winks are all beneficial daily activities we need to add to our busy life. If we do, we will be more awake and capable to reach our full potential as an individual. People don’t realize how important a nap can be. Although popular beliefs suggest that naps are a waste of time, naps actually increase productivity by resting the brain. Nap Basics In order to obtain the full benefits of the nap, there are certain “rules” that need to be followed....   [tags: Health ]
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The Benefits of Cloning - ... Cloning techniques could be conjoined with genetic engineering to cure genetic illnesses. For example, couples who want to have healthy babies with no genetic illnesses could first make an embryo through in vitro fertilization. The embryo would then be eliminated for the genetic anomaly. Stem cells from the embryo would be taken, and a genetic engineering technics would be used to confirm the genetic anomaly. These facts demonstrate that cloning will become an indispensable part of people’s lives in the future because it is simply the best way to eradicate genetic diseases and to get rid of some other health problems....   [tags: dna, dolly, diseases]
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The Benefits of Volunteering - A common misconception about volunteering is that it only helps the cause. Often times that aspect is the only part that is highlighted when the topic of donating time comes up. There is a different side of volunteering though. Many volunteers donate their time to help better the community they live in and the people that live in it. When they choose to do this they not only help others but they are also helping better themselves. Volunteering benefits a person by building connections with peers, improving family life, expanding career skills, overcoming self doubt, having lasting life impressions, and creating new opportunities....   [tags: helping the cause and myself, personal reflection] 1533 words
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The Benefits of Homework - Homework offers multiple benefits for real life. One benefit of homework is that it helps the student develop essential skills. While homework may seem like a tedious task, it can help a student comprehend the material. Homework is necessary for more than just a grade; it is an assignment that teaches you valuable life skills. According to “Do students have too much homework?”, homework should lead students to be better at taking what they know and applying it to a certain task. Students tend to portray homework as something that they have to get done without knowing the value that lies behind it....   [tags: education techniques] 1156 words
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The Benefits of Marijuana - For thousands of years human beings have attempted to find ways to get passed the struggles of their lives. With the pain of the world stopping people from enjoying simple pleasures, sometimes there is a need for help. Marijuana brings millions of people relief from the pain they feel on a day-to-day basis. This completely natural plant which helped so many people has puzzled the leaders of our nation for a long time. The THC in marijuana causes its users to experience a mild-huluciginic or high....   [tags: Legalize Marijuana, Medical cannabis]
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The Benefits of Tablets - ... The downside of textbooks is that you’re not able to change the text that is already printed in the book, information changes constantly and tablets are able to adapt to these changes, resources in the web change constantly. With tables there are many technological features that is not available with the textbook. Tablets are given different features in order for users to utilize when doing different things. Students are able to highlight, adjust to their sight preference, and interact with different people, and sites....   [tags: textbooks, encyclopedia] 617 words
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The Benefits of Breastfeeding - Identified by the Surgeon General as “one of the most highly effective preventive measures a mother can take to protect the health of her infant and herself,” breastfeeding has begun to take form as more of a public health issue than lifestyle choice.1 There is substantial evidence suggesting breastfed infants have decreased risk of infections, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), celiac disease, childhood inflammatory bowel disease, necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), asthma, eczema, obesity, type I diabetes mellitus, and leukemia.2,3 Although cognitive development comparisons of formula-fed versus breastfed children have largely been inconclusive, a 2007 study found breastfed children scored...   [tags: disease, economics, baby] 1352 words
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The Benefits of Hunting - On a cold autumn day, I sat on a ridge overlooking a peaceful valley. The morning passed by with nothing eventful occurring. However, as the day dragged on it began to snow, and with the snow came fog. It was next to impossible to see fifty yards in front of me. Disappointed I began to pack up and head for home. About fifteen minutes into my walk home, the snow subsided and fog dissipated. I began to walk more consciously knowing that it had approached the best time of the evening for spotting game, and the weather had decided cooperate with me....   [tags: Outdoor Sporting]
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The Benefits of Chocolate - Chocolate There is nothing any better than a good piece of chocolate. Its rich, its creamy, its smooth, and it makes us feel so-o-o-o good for a few moments of course, that is; until the guilt of the calories kick in. Chocolate happens to be one of my favorite sweets. The wonderful creamy milk chocolate, bittersweet chocolate, white chocolate, or even my personal favorite a silky dark chocolate, the choices are hard. I sat down this weekend to really think about, and compare the differences....   [tags: Nutrition]
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The Benefits of Vaccinations - Introduction Vaccines against diphtheria, polio, pertussis, measles, mumps and rubella, and more recent additions of hepatitis B and chicken pox, have given humans powerful immune guards to ward off unwelcome sickness. And thanks to state laws that require vaccinations for kids enrolling in kindergarten, the U.S. presently enjoys the highest immunization rate ever at 77%. Yet bubbling beneath these national numbers is the question about vaccine safety. Driven by claims that vaccinations can be associated with autism, increasing number of parents are raising questions about whether vaccines are in fact harmful to children, instead of helpful (Park, 2008)....   [tags: Vaccinations Essays] 1147 words
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The Benefits of Homeschooling - The Benefits of Homeschooling In today’s American society, quality education is important for one to succeed. Without proper education, a person will find it extremely difficult to apply for college, a job, or to pursue his or her dream. Typically when Americans think of education, public education is the first to come to mind. Public education has been around for centuries and is provided to most children throughout the United States. Due to this fact, public education has been the go to education source for years....   [tags: education, public school]
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Benefits of IT Outsourcing - While every organizations and company are enjoyed the benefits of IT outsourcing, the awareness of drawbacks and threats about outsourcing risk is also had been increased over the time. There has been a focus on the vulnerability of these risks and threats. In fact, the issues of security must be a part of outsourcing is not new. So, anyone looking at outsourcing needs to think carefully. It is very important and essential to understand the risks and to take all reasonable steps to keep them in a minimum....   [tags: risks and threats] 1065 words
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The Benefits of Homeschooling - Students who are home schooled tend to excel in all categories of academics including standardized tests. In his article, “Exploring Academic Outcomes of Homeschooled Students.” Micheal Cogan offers statistical data that supports academic success that is gained with homeschooling. The data shows that home schooled students placed 1.5 percentile points higher than the norm on standardized tests. Additionally, data collected from this study shows that home schooled students achieved significantly higher GPA averages than the norm throughout both high school and college (19-24)....   [tags: tests, education, social]
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Benefits of Cycling - Bicycles are traditionally thought of as the transport of choice for students and people who cannot afford a car. However, bicycles are fast becoming “the new golf” for the wealthy. Instead of playing a round of golf at an exclusive country club, many executives are choosing to do a few laps of Centennial Park or are commuting to work on their expensive road bikes. As society evolves we as humans are beginning to understand the effects of cars to the environment. As well as the price society is paying to use vehicle transport, society has evolved into a lackadaisical community....   [tags: bicycles, bike brands]
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Benefits of Marriage - Today less and less people are getting married. Maybe they do this because they do not realize the benefits of marriage. Being in a marriage greatly benefits the emotional, physical and financial aspects of the children, spouse and one’s own life. Although viewed differently reasons for marriage can really be narrowed down to two, marrying for love or marrying for more of a personal beneficial reason. The Emotional aspects of marriage play heavily in any person’s life. Though not always prevalent commonsense states that the best relationships sprout from a great depth of love....   [tags: Social Issues, Love] 1162 words
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Benefits of Smiling - “I never will understand all the good that a simple smile can accomplish.” In the words a woman who devoted her life to selflessness and altruism, Mother Teresa remarks on the importance of a smile. Smiling is one of the most basic human facial expressions, but its purpose is often taken for granted and its benefits are overlooked. Numerous psychological and behavioral studies have been performed to evaluate the effects of smiling on an individual’s success. The results provide quantifiable evidence that an act as simple and transparent as smiling can yield long-term benefits to society....   [tags: role in relationship, happiness] 629 words
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Benefits of Globalization - ... When the product purchased in other country there is a great possibility of potential lucrative investors or partnership. Better communication Another benefit of economic globalization is that it increases communication flow all over the world. This ensures the sharing of valuable information between people as well as the organizations. The use of new technology for sharing information saves both time and money for the organizations. Actually, multinational firms can get lots of profits through using the new communication methods....   [tags: rise opportunities, travel and tourism] 1551 words
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Benefits of Veganism - Some would not be able to live without eating any animal products in their diets, such as, meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy products, and honey. For vegans, however, this is a normal way of life. Vegans are frequently misunderstood as either people who have eating disorders, or an unnatural passion for animal rights. It is time for people to realize that veganism, a challenging yet rewarding lifestyle, goes way beyond being skinny or caring for animals. In reality, veganism can be extremely advantageous to anyone who adapts it as a way of life and has many different benefits that come along with it....   [tags: Nutrition]
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Benefits of Weightlifting - Many people look for an activity that will better them in every way possible; weightlifting is the greatest activity in the world for such goals. Weightlifting yields so many benefits and it can improve the quality of life for anyone who can do it. Weightlifting is one of the activities that, in conjunction with other exercise and proper diet, will improve overall health, physical performance, and mentality. First and foremost, the health benefits that come from weightlifting are numerous and immense....   [tags: Fitness, Sports]
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Benefits of Vaccines - The controversy concerning vaccination for children has been a debate for many parents. A vaccine is defined as a biological agent used to prevent very serious illnesses and diseases, such as smallpox, measles, influenza, tuberculosis, and hepatitis by injecting a weakened infectious organism into the human body. When vaccines are given, the human body produces antibodies against the foreign substance, thus creating a defense mechanism for immunity to occur. Parenting decisions based on vaccinations are a sensitive matter in a child’s life....   [tags: Parents Should Have Their Children Vaccinated]
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Benefits of Trainings - Training is recognized as one of the most imperative aspects of an organizations overall strategy and attainment of financial success. Benefits of training both the organization as well as the individualized employees are intangible and investing in appropriate types of training will aid in productivity and success for extended periods of time. “One of the most important benefits of training for an organization is that, it provides skills inside the organization which reduces overall cost of an organization’s operations” (Ansar, 2009)....   [tags: employee growth, training obligations]
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Benefits of Breastfeeding - ... There are many benefits of breastfeeding including the immunoglobulins that can be found in the colostrum produced by the mother. The immunoglobulins coat the outer wall and cease the binding of the microbes (Travis, 322). An infant uses every ingredient produced in its mother’s milk. Formula lacks many of the ingredients that are found in breast milk (Williams). Fats, both saturated and unsaturated, that are produced in breast milk dissolve at rates needed for ideal usage of nutrients (Maher, 1998)....   [tags: infant, milk, nutrients] 594 words
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Benefits of Music - Music “Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music.” These were the words of Sergei Rachmaninoff, a Russian composer and pianist who was very influential in the twentieth century. Sergei had a very accurate perception of music and he understood the significance that music has. For some people, music is the center of their lives and it is the foundation on how they live. Everybody knows what music is and they all have heard a form of it but most people underestimate the value and power music has in our everyday lives....   [tags: Music analysis, psychology, sociology, emotion, hi]
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Benefits of Recycling - Americans produce millions of tons of waste in our communities every day. On trash pick-up days, we push up carts to the curb and workers dump the substances into big trucks and tow it away. I still wonder if some even think where the trash is going and the negative impacts it has. Some people after finishing their meals throw uneaten food, drink cups, and napkins in the same garbage containers. Do they ever think that the more they continue with this habit, the landfills will end up filled. Or they will realize the consequences after these landfills are a few away from their houses....   [tags: Conservation ]
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Benefits of BlueTooth - Before the implementation of BlueTooth into cellular devices, cell phone users were either required to have a wired earpiece running to their phone, or use one of their hands to hold the phone to their ears. Bluetooth has become a vital part of corporate use because it allows for employees to excel in multitasking, making it one of the world’s most used wireless connection system. Cell phone manufacturers prefer BlueTooth to any other type of technology because of the low power consumption, less complication on the user’s behalf, and the ability to implement the technology cheaply....   [tags: Technology, cellular devices]
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Benefits of Victimization - Victimization Part 1 On January 6, 1941, Franklin D. Roosevelt made a speech to Congress; he states “We look forward to a world founded upon four essential freedoms. First is the freedom of speech and expression. The second is freedom of every person to worship God in his own way. The third is freedom from want… The Fourth is freedom from fear.” What is victimology. What is a criminal victimization. Identifying and discussing the consequences of victimization and types of victims’ restitution and compensation....   [tags: Victimology, Crime, Restitution, Compensation]
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Analysis on the benefits of Private Accounting - This study aims to know the different benefits that Private Accounting can give. The expected results for this study are the knowledge of the Accountancy students about the benefits of Private Accounting. Moreover, the factors affecting the career paths of these students are also expected. This study is not only useful for the researchers but also for the respondents for them to gain a better understanding of their course and Private Accounting. This study is intended to find the benefits of Private Accounting and its effects on the career paths of Accountancy students of De La Salle Lipa....   [tags: accountancy students, de la salle lipa, CPA]
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The Benefits of Breasfeeding Newborn Babies - ... Life can be easier, it can save money, it can feel great, it can help mothers health, it helps mothers miss less work (if they work), and it is supposed to prevent pregnancy Life can be easier when you breastfeed. Breastfeeding may take a little more effort than formula feeding, but it can make life easier once you and your baby settle into a good routine. When you breastfeed, there are no bottles and nipples to clean. You do not have to buy, measure, and mix formula, either. There are no bottles to warm in the middle of the night....   [tags: liquid gold, health, prevents diseases]
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The Benefits of Humor for Our Health - ... For example, a classroom that uses humorous posters on the wall or cartoons that make students laugh makes for a more relaxed atmosphere, similar to using humor in playing music in a gym to motivate exercise. Anise indicated, “Humor is a motivator; use it to your advantage while working out…researchers at Vanderbilt University have even found that hearty laughter can burn calories equivalent to several minutes on the rowing machine or the exercise bike!” (Anise). Humor can certainly liven up any subject being discussed or presented, either in the work or school setting, or even in the home setting, while doing homework....   [tags: learning, healing, feel, good, aids] 2504 words
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Benefits of Working as a Freelance Writer - The ever-changing technology has led to the expansion of freelance markets. From continent to continent, country to country, city to city and village to village, you will come across many remote workers who have partially or fully dedicated their time to writing articles. The emergence and rapid spread of the internet to rural areas has been alluded as the main reason behind the rapid development of extensive and active online communities of freelance writers and other potential clients. The rapid increase in the number of people signing up for the increased freelance jobs has called for the need to study the benefits and risks associated with this profession....   [tags: Career Research ]
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The Benefits of Being a Good Reader - Introduction Once I noticed that there was a project that I have to do, there were ten selected topics to do about, but one of those topics attracted me to choose it, which is “Reading”. I always wanted to know what people think about reading, and are they really recognize the importance of it in their life. So, I did a survey asking them different questions about reading. Also, a research was done about two different questions. The purpose of the research is to find out the benefits of reading, and the ways that people can follow to improve their reading skill....   [tags: reading, improve, skill, knowledge] 879 words
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The Benefits of Basketball in My Life - Basketball is one of the interesting sports I have always wanted to engage myself; even as a little child. It was a dream come true when I started playing basketball in my high school.Moreover, I was very good in it, and I became the team leader. Of course, I enjoyed every bite of the time I spent playing basketball. My participation on basketball, had numerous effects on my life, and these are physical, personal and social. When discussing the physical impact basketball had in my life, I will not hesitate to state that, I used to be overweight, but now I have a normal weight....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Essay About Myself] 470 words
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The Health Benefits of Ginger and Garlic - Food use to be a part of treatment in some cultures. Some kind of food have a majority of vitamins like vitamin C, B, and Omega3 which support the human body. Also it can fight disease or prevent it from developing such cancer cells. This essay will explain how Ginger and Garlic improve our health. Ginger maintain our health in several ways. First of all ginger balance our internal body energies. For example, according to the Ayurvedic medicine ginger can find the diffrenciat the colds and the hears inside the body (real women's fitness 2006-2008)....   [tags: Health] 551 words
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The Benefits for the Legalization of Prostitution - Prostitution, the act of providing sexual services to a person in exchange for money, goods, or other services, is referred to as one of the oldest professions. Currently, out of the United States, it is only legal in one state, Nevada. Laws prohibiting prostitution may be the oldest example of government regulation. In a free society, however, these laws are inappropriate because they violate the basic rights and liberties, stated in the Constitution, of the individuals involved. While some individuals are morally opposed to the legalization of prostitution, it would have many benefits if legalized including: protection for both parties involved, less violent crimes, and it would benefit t...   [tags: sexual services STD's, government regulation]
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The Cognitive Benefits of Learning by Tutoring - The Cognitive Benefits of Learning by Tutoring Abstract A central question in educational theory is how students best encode material for long-term recall. We explored cognitive gains for students engaged in an actual tutoring task. Subjects (N=88) were randomly assigned to Learning conditions (Non-tutoring, Tutoring) and asked to read two passages followed by Post-test 1. Non-tutoring subjects were asked to review the passages while Tutoring subjects were asked to tutor the material to another student and then all took Post-test 2....   [tags: Education ]
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The Potential Benefits of Legalizing Marijuana - ... She goes on to say, researchers have found that THC targets cannabinoid receptors which are related to the endocannabinoids which are naturally produced in the human body. THC from marijuana activates these receptors, which can be used to treat several types of cancer. Marijuana also has a natural antispasmodic quality, which has been proven to effectively treat those with seizures. Since its introduction into medical usage, doctors all around the United States have been able use the substance to treat chronic migraines....   [tags: increasing the economy, medical uses]
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The Benefits of Human Resource Investment - Organisations around the world have for years invested a great deal of their resources on employee training and development. Snell and Bohlander in their book (2006: 150) refer to the training magazine ongoing industry report (2004) asserts that in 2004, U.S. businesses spent more than $50 billion in training and development of their staff. According to Michael Armstrong (1993: 508), “training is the systematic development of knowledge, skills and attitudes by an individual to perform adequately a given task or a job”....   [tags: Business Management]
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The United States and the Benefits of Globalization - Globalization is a concept with a variety of meanings making it quite confusing. The concept includes a wide variety of events as well as aspects of personal and social life. However, some scholars have attempted to offer some definitions of this concept: It has been defined as the increasing unification in the economic order of the world via the reduction of barriers to free international trade like tariffs, import quotas, and export fees. Globalization describes the process in which regional economies, cultures, and societies have become integrated via transportation, communication, and trade (Croucher 10)....   [tags: Outsourcing, Offshoring, Free Trade]
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The Benefits and Drawbacks of a Vegetarian Diet - VEGETARIANS: THE QUEST FOR THE PROPER NUTRIENTS Vegetarians are a growing community in our nation. They are still, however, by and far, the minority in our countries eating habits. There are less than 10% in our nation. Given this minute number, most people are not completely acquainted with this diet. There are aspects that remain unclear. The general public wonders how anyone can survive on rabbit food. So what is unclear is then assumed. Vegetarians become defined as skinny and weak. Data, however, is increasingly growing covering the benefits or lack thereof on this subject....   [tags: Proper Nutrients, Health]
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The Health and Economic Benefits of Vegetarianism - For thousands of years, many around the globe have considered vegetarianism as a dietary choice. Some consider it a moral choice to avoid what they may consider to be inhumane treatment of animals. For others the choice was made for them due to the unavailability of meat. Still others practice vegetarianism as part of their religion. While many today still choose a vegetarian diet to take a stand against cruelty to animals, it is becoming more prevalent to make the switch to vegetarianism for good health....   [tags: Healthy Lifestyle Essay]
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Japan and the Benefits of Nuclear Energy - Energy runs the world. Everything uses energy. Whether it is something as simple as a person getting out of bed, or as complex as providing power to sustain an entire town, energy provides the source to get these things done. This is the reason that politicians and governments invest so much time creating energy plans and platforms, and travel to different energy conferences around the world. It is also the reason that when a country starts making changes to its energy plan it is big news. Japan now finds itself in this situation....   [tags: fossil fuels, green, climate change]
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The Benefits of Music Programs in Education - There are many students involved in music programs all over the world. It has been proven that students involved in music activities have better future prospects. There are many reasons that music can help a student’s success, music is productive time spending, music stimulates the brain, helps grades, and music has benefits. There is lots of background on music and how it helps people in different ways. It has been discovered that children with hands-on-training have been more accurate in “building self-esteem, enhancing creativity, improve problem solving skills, fostering teamwork, engaging parents, and improving test scores”(Do something.org)....   [tags: brain stimulation]
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The Benefits Of Raising The Minimum Wage - Minimum wage is a difficult number to decide on because it affects different income earning citizens in different ways. According to Principles of Microeconomics, by N. Gregory Mankiw, minimum wage is a law that establishes the lowest price for labor that and employer may pay (Mankiw 6-1b). Currently, the minimum wage in the United States is $7.25 per hour. For many years politicians and citizens have argued on what should be the minimum wage that would benefit the economy and society in general....   [tags: Minimum Wage Essays]
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The Benefits of Higher Education - Higher education in the United States arose as an answer to the need to train clergy for the seminary. Throughout the centuries, higher education has evolved to become one of the principal means in educating individuals in specific areas of study. Individuals seek higher education to become more proficient in a particular occupation, area of study, or as a requisite for employment or advancement in specific fields such as engineering, management, or the sciences. The benefits that individuals who attend institutions of higher learning realize are more than education; the benefits are numerous and consist of socioeconomic benefits as well as personal benefits for the scholar, including income...   [tags: Higher Education, college]
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The Benefits and Drawbacks of Hydraulic Fracking - “The United States is home to what some estimate to be the largest known shale gas reserves in the world. According to the oil and gas industry, natural gas, which is often referred to as the “bridge fuel”, contributes to the country’s energy transition from coal to renewable energy sources like wind and solar” (Grace Communications Foundation, 2014) . In recent years, and in lieu of the depleting fossil fuels, natural gas use has soared but so has the controversy surrounding the environmental health, the public health, and the benefits of how the natural gas reserves are not only obtained but accessed....   [tags: environment, health, fuel]
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The Crusades and Their Benefits to the Church - The Crusades were the type of person who demanded many things, if not everything. They used their power and the backing of the Catholic Church to advance their movements and take control of cities. Many may believe the Crusades were mean, dangerous people who did not care about others and only wanted control. This, however, was only one view and many do not see how the Crusades benefited the church, help unite its members, and enabled the church to evolve in certain areas. The Catholic Church benefited from the Crusades in certain ways....   [tags: Church History ]
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The Benefits of Living in a Warm Climate - Living in a warm climate provides many benefits Why do retired people who live in cold climates travel to warmer climates for the winter. Why do people who live in cold climates take vacations to warm climates in the winter. There are several reasons to why living in warm weather is beneficial and attractive. Living in a warm climate provides many benefits such as a healthier lifestyle, the ability to do more outdoor activities, and economic advantages. First reason-Healthy Lifestyle 1.MOOD-ATTITUDE-First, a healthy lifestyle is essential to a person’s attitude which is improved in a warm climate....   [tags: healthy lifestyle, vitamins, socialization] 638 words
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It's Time to Restrict Unemployment Benefits - Many things in life are often taken for granted. People often use such things without ever appreciating the privilege. When a government service becomes abused by a person, they don’t think of the money being paid by tax payers to make that public service possible. Our government does a decent job of providing public services that Americans often use. A few examples are public transportation, public bathrooms, and unemployment payments. I believe unemployment payments should provide limited benefits and restrictions towards often offenders....   [tags: Unemployment Insurance Fraud] 2154 words
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The Benefits of a High Immigrant Population - Construction of Main Arguments The benefits of a high immigrant population are apparent in almost every walk of life. Their overall contribution to the general economy is show as a positive one and there improvements to the quality of the workforce are also quite note-worthy. First, let us turn our eyes to something that is indisputable in economics. Even among those who claim that immigration isn't beneficial still have to accept the fact that overall the United States' gross domestic product (G.D.P) increases....   [tags: immigration, economy, workforce, GDP] 1561 words
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The Benefits Of Vegetarian and Vegan Diets - The Benefits Of Vegetarian and Vegan Diets Lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease, hypertension, type two diabetes, diverticulosis, renal disease, and cancers are some of the few health conditions that people in the world face today. But what if individuals would change to a different diet to prevent disease and illnesses. Vegetarian, lacto-ovo-vegetarian, ovo-vegetarian, and vegan are some of the many types of diets people can choose from today that can lower the risks for diseases and illnesses such as the ones listed above....   [tags: health, nutrition]
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The Benefits of Multilingualism in a Globalized Society - With the Internet now ubiquitous, making it as easy to talk to someone on another continent as if they were your neighbor, coupled with the accessibility of global travel, it is now more beneficial than ever to know more than one language. However, United States citizens are mainly monolingual English speakers. In today’s globalized society, multilingualism is essential in keeping the pace on the world stage, and the United States should seriously consider taking action to encourage it. There are many benefits that a multilingual individual enjoys....   [tags: Language ]
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The Invisible Emperors: The Benefits of Bacteria - The Invisible Emperors talked about some of the misconceptions and new findings about bacteria. It first talked about how we always think that bacteria is bad for us, and how we relate it to sickness. Following this, it mentions how scientists have new tools that allow them to see the DNA of micro-organisms, and how this could someday be a cure for cancer. Among other things, like replicating DNA using bacteria, they mention how it is becoming a very vast and almost limitless field. Following some statistical facts, they talk about how they can now take the DNA and figure out what microbial produced it....   [tags: Informative, Persuasive] 966 words
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