Forbes / Dr. Ming Wang China’s Largest Eye Doctor Chain Is Looking To Expand To The U.S. September 25, 2017

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The Chinese eye hospital chain put $50 million towards a U.S. subsidiary late last year, establishing a fully-owned subsidiary Aier (U.S.A.) International Holdings Inc. In addition, the company acquired its first facility in the U.S. for $17 million in April – Wang Eye Institute in Nashville, Tennessee. Now it’s looking for more locations.

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HealthyWay / Southern California Reproductive Center 12 IVF Truths No One Tells You About September 25, 2017
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“Where do babies come from?” is a question that can make anyone blush, because we all know from a relatively young age exactly how babies get here.
That is, until we grow up and realize many couples have trouble making a baby the old fashioned way. Wanting to have a child and not being able to get pregnant is heartbreaking, but luckily, parents who aren’t able to conceive on their own now have a decidedly modern option: using medical technology to help them get pregnant. (more…)
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Gears of Biz / Carlota Zimmerman 11 Common Little Habits You Didn’t Realize Seem Unprofessional At Work September 25, 2017

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Whether you’re someone who works at a traditional office or more modern tech company, everyone wants to do their job well and feel respected. How you act at work plays a big role in how your colleagues will view you, which means you’ll want to avoid any little habits that can seem unprofessional.

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Moneyish / Carlota Zimmerman The Gross Way Many Male Recruiters Are Evaluating Job Candidates September 25, 2017

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Things aren’t what they appear to be.

Recruiters look at way more than just your experience — and the gender of the person recruiting you may impact what qualities you’re judged on, according to a survey of 831 recruiters released by recruiting software firm Jobvite.

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