BRITONS NEED TO TRAVEL 1,000 MILES TO GET AWAY FROM THEIR BOSS, ACCORDING TO STUDY

BRITONS NEED TO TRAVEL 1,000 MILES TO GET AWAY FROM THEIR BOSS, ACCORDING TO STUDY

British workers only feel out of their boss’s reach when they travel at least 1,000 miles for a holiday, a poll has found. The survey of 2,000 employees found one in five are more likely to answer calls from the office or respond to emails if they stay close to home. But popular tourist hotspots in south of France are only around 650 miles away from London. One third even said they only feel they can completely forget about work if they go on a long-haul holiday, with Florida, Australia and New Zealand the most popular choices to really escape…

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QuickBooks Accountant Apps Provision Small Businesses and their Financial Advisors

QuickBooks Accountant Apps Provision Small Businesses and their Financial Advisors

The new release of QuickBooks Accountant Apps Program from Intuit (NASDAQ: INTU) gives accountants a platform for making top-rated apps available for their customers. QuickBooks Accountant Apps Program Accountants can now provision, purchase and manage apps recommended by accounting professionals and fully compatible with the QuickBooks suite of products. According to Intuit, the goal of this program is to make accountants more effective by allowing them to recommend curated solutions for their clients. In many instances, these clients are small businesses doing their own accounting using applications such as QuickBooks. But these…

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3 women turned their grandmother’s secret beauty recipes into a successful business

3 women turned their grandmother’s secret beauty recipes into a successful business

The recipes for the skincare products were derived from a secret diary that was found by the creators of the brand. Photo: Mail Today THE launch of vegan skincare brand First Water is what fiction is made of – three women discover secret beauty recipes in an old journal belonging to their grandmother, and turn them into a successful family business. Speaking with LIFESTYLE, cofounder Noor Arora recalls, “We found this journal that used to belong to my great-grandmother, which had a number of homeopathic remedies and topical beauty recipes.”…

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What’s Your Child’s IQ? Higher the Score, Longer May Be Their Life

What’s Your Child’s IQ? Higher the Score, Longer May Be Their Life

IQ or Intelligent Quotient is a test of series which usually determines what’s an individual’s thinking capacity, or how smart he or she is. In standard IQ tests, the system of scoring is such that the raw median score is defined as 100. Most people score between IQ 75 to IQ 125. About 5 per cent people score above IQ 125, who are considered to be very intelligent, and 5 per cent score below IQ 75, who are less than average. Einstein is said to have had an IQ score of 160-190….

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10 Foods Men Over 40 Must Eat for their Overall Health

10 Foods Men Over 40 Must Eat for their Overall Health

40 is the new 20! 40 is when you are just starting. This banner birthday is a big deal in our lives. Our body, metabolism, the way we think and our approach to life in general changes. But that doesn’t mean that we have hit middle age! You can still have Akshay Kumar’s abs, Shah Rukh’s savvy and Aamir’s energy; you just need to do the right thing for your body. And this includes eating healthy, taking fewer drinks, adding physical exercise, getting adequate sleep, and laughing as well. All…

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Why Men Stalk Women? You Could Blame it on Their Heart Rate

Why Men Stalk Women? You Could Blame it on Their Heart Rate

Stalking is a problem that unfortunately most women have experienced at least in some point in their lives. Several movies, TV series and documentaries have narrated horrific incidences of stalking to bring to light the seriousness of the issue. While such a behaviour is believed to be a psychological problem, a recent study now draws link to the heart rate of men. According to researchers at the Sam Houston State University in Texas, US, men with low resting heart rate were at significantly greater risk of engaging in a variety of…

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Why Diabetics Should Munch on Almonds for the Sake of Their Heart

Why Diabetics Should Munch on Almonds for the Sake of Their Heart

Diabetes is a major disease affecting the world population today. It is a condition when the blood sugar level in the body shoots up because insulin is not able to break it down into energy. What makes this disease even deadlier is that it is life-long and in the process, it makes the patients more susceptible to fall prey to other diseases – cardiovascular diseases being the perfect case in point. Now of course, we all know that prevention is better than cure, and so it is very important for…

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Here’s why overweight people give up easily on their workout routine

Here’s why overweight people give up easily on their workout routine

A study finds as to why losing weight is not easy for obesepeople as it states physical inactivity results from the altered dopamine receptors – decreased motivation to move – rather than excess body weight. The study, conducted on mice, has been published in the journal of Cell Metabolism. “We know that physical activity is linked to overall good health, but not much is known about why people or animals with obesity are less active,” said study’s senior author Alexxai V. Kravitz from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive…

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5 Lessons I Taught My Children About the Food on Their Plates

5 Lessons I Taught My Children About the Food on Their Plates

Even when your garden is filled with a crop of sprouting grass, as ours is at this point in the season, you can still teach your children some of the basic principles of food production. Hard work, the complementary gifts of soil and water, and the disappointment of seeds that never produce food also yield valuable lessons. As parents, one of the most fundamental opportunities we can pass on to our children is that of experiential learning. Life is best lived hot (the beating noonday sun) or cold (the icy…

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Women sipping their way to high cholesterol

Women sipping their way to high cholesterol

Sugary drinks can contribute to poor heart health. A five-year study of more than 4000 US women aged 46-84, without cardiovascular disease, found that those who drank two or more sugary beverages a day were four times more likely to develop high triglycerides — an indication of poor heart health — even if they didn’t gain weight. [“source-indiatimes”]

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