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7 Steps To Guide Your Graduate School Search

Once you are close to achieving your undergraduate degree, it's time to begin a graduate school search to lead you to the next level of your education. Of course, with degree completion activities taking most of your time,you may find it difficult to launch a comprehensive graduate school search that will net you the best options for pursuing your career. Knowing how to establish your parameters and search efficiently can make the proces...
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3 Ways To Get Approved For A Student Credit Card

If you're a college student, you know how expensive books, movies and tuition can be. And if you only work during the summer break, you may be looking for a way to stretch your funds through the cold winter months. Fortunately, a student credit card can help. Find one with low interest and good terms, and you can charge during the lean times and then pay it off when you're making money on your summer job.
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Featured Mental Health & Emotional

About Bipolar Affective Disorder

Bipolar affective disorder, also known as bipolar disorder or manic depression, is a mental illness in which the patient has mood swings or mood cycling.
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Being Angry Is Normal, You Can Fix It

We are capable of feeling different emotions – we can be happy, overjoyed, depressed, sad, confused, excited and angry. These emotions are natural and normal for we are human beings. We express them in different ways. Some are more capable of handling their feelings effectively while some might not be as lucky.
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Featured Addictions

The Symptoms Of Addiction

Addictions are most commonly associated with drug and alcohol addiction. The truth is millions of people suffer from all kinds of addictions. Common addictions are to alcohol, controlled substances and prescription medicines. Additions you might not think are addictions are related to compulsive behaviors like gambling, shopping, food, the internet.
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A Step Closer to Drug Addiction and Phobia Treatment

This article tackles a research study on a drug that seemingly can treat phobias. This drug, an antibiotic, can also make way in treating drug addiction, such as cocaine. Studies were made in mice, and results promises addiction treatment. Further studies will make this drug usable in the near future.
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Featured Financial

Are Cash Back Credit Cards A Good Thing?

Receiving cash back offers always gets people interested. Especially if it means that you can make purchases with your credit card and getting cash back. It's like getting paid to shop, and is irresistible. But can this be?
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Basic Principles Of A Loan

Understanding the basic principles behind a loan can save new borrowers a lot of stress and make the borrowing process easier. This article will explore some of those loan basics.
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Featured Legal

Divorce and Credit–Are You Liable?

Getting a divorce can be painful for both parties and can be even more painful if you have joint credit cards.
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Drafting a will

As one progresses to the threshold of old age, worries and anxieties seem to grip more tightly. Not a second goes when the thought of one’s family especially children take a leave.
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Featured Resources

Depression - Symptoms, Causes and Treatment options

Depression is a complex of psychological and physical symptoms. Low mood level or sadness is often the most prominent symptom.
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Antidepressants And Their Side Effects

Antidepressant medications can often help depression sufferers.
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Featured Life Coaching

6 Steps To Stress Avoidance

Anything taken too much is bad for the health, and the long term effects of stress are well documented, which is why it is such an important area. As with everything in life prevention is always better than cure so I have provided 6 steps to help you avoid becoming stressful.
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6 Essential Facts You Should Know About Bipolar Disorder

Mental health authorities estimate that more than 2 million adults have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder (also called manic-depression), a chemical imbalance in the brain causing extreme mood swings from manic highs to agonizing lows. Although a diagnosis of bipolar disorder can be frightening and confusing, it is a treatable and manageable condition.
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