Top 7 Misconceptions About Intelligence And Intelligence Testing

The following are just some of the faulty beliefs that keep people from taking intelligence tests: Misconception # 1: A Person’s Intelligence Level is Fixed. Not true. A person’s level of intelligence is actually fluid; it can go up or down. Consequently, the same person can have different IQ test …

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Folkloric Ballets And Dinner Shows In Cancun

When most travelers think of Cancun, the beaches and luxurious resorts are the first things that come to mind. Yet, like many other cities in Mexico, Cancun is home to a vibrant local culture supporting museums, galleries and theatres. One of the finest examples of Cancun’s creative spirit is the …

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The 10 Worst Mistakes You Can Make In A Relationship

Relationships are not great all the time, but there are things that you can do to avoid a disaster in yours. If you want to see that person for a long time, then you will have to follow a few tips on what not to do in your next relationship. …

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How Our Lifestyle Choices Are Causing Us To Sink Into Chronic Illness

Current science continues to demonstrate that the reason we move away from health and develop chronic illness is due to our environment rather than our genes. Less than 1% of chronic illness is truly genetic in nature. Essentially, this means that chronic illness is preventable. Yet over half of the …

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Near Death Experiences

I first learned about near death experiences (NDEs) from one of my clients who had undergone surgery and died on the operating table. She recalled floating above the operating table and watching the medical team work on her. She felt no pain. After watching for a few moments, she was …

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Rockabilly In The New Millennium

Rockabilly has joined the ranges of deep-rooted musical subcultures in America. As with some other accepted music genres such as jazz, blues, bluegrass, and punk, a few core rockabilly bands are able to bring in regular but modest revenue, mainly by traveling and performing at festivals and clubs, and also …

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Travel & Philanthropy

Summer’s just around the corner and people are getting ready for their vacations. The count-down has begun for the first day of sleep-away camp; university students are returning home; others are heading overseas for adventures. At 17 I moved out of my parents place and spent a year traveling around …

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The Importance Of Supporting No Kill Animal Shelters

No joke, it is estimated that over three million pets are euthanized every year right here in the US. Is this really necessary? Many passionate people feel it is not and no kill animal shelters are being established all across the country to help eliminate this means for pet population …

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The Freedom Of Religion

We were all taught in school that our forefathers left England to escape religious dictatorships. Okay, there was a lot more to it then that, but it was a big enough deal that they made sure it got honorable mention in our rulebook. They clearly made the point that we …

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Male To Female Transition

A study in the Netherlands suggested that 1 out of every 12,000 men are transgendered. The exact prevalence in the United States however is unknown. Most male to female (MTF) transgender patients relate a long-standing history of feeling uncomfortable in their assigned gender. Many MTF patients note a strong identification …

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