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Budgettips För Svenskar För Ett Bättre Liv

  Att ha lite pengar sparade kan verkligen göra att man får en bättre levnadsstandard. Många säger att det inte går att köpa sig lycka och oftast stämmer det, men det positiva tankesätt man får när man är ansvarsfull och tar kontroll över sina utgifter är definitivt en del i att öka ens allmänna välmående. Matt J Goren anser att en viktig faktor i att få ett bättre liv är att hålla sig till en budget då man när man gör det prioriterar det som är viktigast i livet och ger störst mervärde. Det kommer att ha en positiv inverkan...

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Kiwi Entrepreneur Donates It All Away

Mr Mark Dunajtschik is a property developer and has enjoyed over 4 decades of success but his latest venture in perhaps the most important to date. He has decided to use what he has to gift an incredible amount to aid with the creation of a new childrens hospital in New Zealand capital. Over Mark's life he has been involved in a number of developments that have benefited healthcare and sports and this is the first time he has decided to give a huge amount to help the countries future.    50 patients beds will be included in the new wing as well as a n area for...

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8 Australian Furniture Designers Whose Work the Country Embraced

The past century has seen the rise of notable furniture designers in Australia. Many of them followed the design trends of their time while a few created their own style and amassed a great following for it. The success of this industry is clear, and many of today’s talented designers have contributed to this great feat. But we can’t deny that the post-war pioneers from half a century ago had made all of these possible in the first place. After the Second World War, industrial designers found a good use for the resources around them. They pushed the boundaries and...

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Hearts Get 'Younger,' Even At Middle Age, With Exercise

Hearts Get 'Younger,' Even At Middle Age, With Exercise

Maria Fabrizio for NPR Eventually it happens to everyone. As we age, even if we're healthy, the heart becomes less flexible, more stiff and just isn't as efficient in processing oxygen as it used to be. In most people the first signs show up in the 50s or early 60s. And among people who don't exercise, the underlying changes can start even sooner. "The heart gets smaller — stiffer," says Dr. Ben Levine, a sports cardiologist at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and director of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, in Dallas. Think of the...

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This Is Why You Don't See People-Size Salmon Anymore

This Is Why You Don't See People-Size Salmon Anymore

A photo taken in Astoria, Ore., circa 1910. It was stated that the chinook on the left weighed 116 pounds and the one on the right weighed 121 pounds. WikiMedia Commons While the orcas of Puget Sound are sliding toward extinction, orcas farther north have been expanding their numbers. Their burgeoning hunger for big fish may be causing the killer whales' main prey, chinook salmon, to shrink up and down the West Coast. Chinook salmon are also known as kings: the biggest of all salmon. They used to grow so enormous that it's hard now to believe the old photos...

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