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  • Napping ““ Helpful or Not? - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Napping ““ Helpful or Not?

    Siesta. Mittagspause. Wujiao. Power Nap. No matter what it is called, taking a brief rest mid-day is a practice well known around the world.  Catching up on sleep sounds like a good idea, yet should busy executives make time for a quick snooze during the day? Absolutely.  Since job stress and sleep deprivation seems to […] More

  • Snowbegone - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Snowbegone

    The Washington D.C. area has had its share ““ and more ““ of snow this year. While most busy executives prepared ahead with snow removal contracts, there“™s still a lot to do around the house.  Shoveling snow from sidewalks and cars, bringing in firewood and ensuring family members and pets stay warm and safe can […] More

  • A Laughing Matter - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    A Laughing Matter

    Laughs, giggles, and chortles are generally saved for after work – or even not at all with the worries and stresses most busy executives face. But all this somber demeanor is just plain unhealthy. Speaking scientifically; gelotology, the psychological and physiological study of laughter and how it affects the human body is a term derived […] More

  • CT Heart Scan to Detect Early Coronary Artery Disease - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    CT Heart Scan to Detect Early Coronary Artery Disease

    Are you an executive with two or more of the following “˜risk factors': current or past history of smoking (or second-hand smoke), diabetes, a family history of heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, males > 40 or females > 50? Do you have one or more of these “˜secondary' risks: high stress, overweight, sedentary […] More

  • When More D“™s Are Great for Your Teen - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    When More D“™s Are Great for Your Teen

    It appears that most teens are getting a failing grade when it comes to serum levels of vitamin D. In fact, a recent study by researchers in the Department of Public Health at Weill Cornell Medical College found that one in seven American adolescents is vitamin D deficient. Even more surprising is further research at […] More

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