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The New BPM is ITPM: Is IT Missing the Boat?

4 Ways the Gears of IT Can Benefit From BPM and Business Apps

The technical landscape in organizations is getting more and more complex every day.   443 more words


Choosing the Shampoo For You

Herbal Essences

Lately, paraben free shampoos have been popping up everywhere. I exercise every Monday night (mostly so I can watch my show, Chasing Life, but it just had its season finale *frowny face*) and Herbal Essences ads kept playing. 833 more words


Should I Eat Canned Tuna?

3/5 experts say yes.

It’s not the sexiest fish in the sea. But tuna—even once it’s caught, frozen, thawed, cooked, chopped and canned—still gets a nod of approval from most of our experts. 713 more words

80% of the Packaged Food in the US is Banned in Other Countries

80 percent of all pre-packaged foods on grocers shelves in the U.S. have been banned in other countries. As alarming as such information is, our food safety outlook becomes even bleaker when we consider other banned and toxic food items. 633 more words

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Bisphenol-a, its link to estrogen dominance

Bisphenol-a (BPA) is a chemical invented in the early 1890s and mainly used in making plastics. It wasn’t until the 1930s that scientists discovered its ability to mimic estrogen. 591 more words

Women's Health

Invisible Monsters in Your Pet’s Bowls?

If you simply top off your pet’s water dish, you could be creating a monster that will attack your pet from the inside out.

Many of us are guilty of simply refilling the water bowl when it gets close to empty, but the water that sits around will form a slimy residue that hosts dangerous bacteria and fungus that can begin to grow.   226 more words


Study links BPA exposure to Autism Spectrum Disorder in Children

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a spectrum recognized by a wide range of symptoms including the following:

  • Persistent deficits in social communication and social interaction across multiple contexts;
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