Before I married my husband I was not a coffee drinker at all. I thought it was all the same and well nasty tasting unless it had a pound of sugar in it to kill bad taste. Now that I’ve been educated so to speak that not all coffee brands or roasts are alike I know that not all coffee is nasty. Continue reading
When you’ve just retired from your regular job, your first instinct probably won’t be to find a way to start working again. But once some time has passed and you’ve decompressed, you’ll need something more fulfilling to do with your days than binge-watching “Scandal.” One option worth considering is pursuing any entrepreneurial ideas you didn’t have time for earlier in your life, when kids and career used up all of your energy.
Brands like Red Bull, Coke and, more recently, Taco Bell are leading the charge toward editorial-driven websites that forsake traditional corporate site content for the stories, images and videos that were once the purview of blogs and news sites. Continue reading
To your health! Please raise that coffee mug at least twice a day, according to the latest research. Continue reading
Black Friday is a remnant of the “Old Economy” shopping experience: a sales and marketing tradition whose time has come and gone. Here’s what the future of holiday shopping–and shopping in general– depends on now. Continue reading
This article was written by Jim Williams, MD, a family physician with a private practice at Sibley Memorial hospital in Washington, D.C. His piece is the second in our Physician’s Corner, a place for doctors to tell their stories about how medicine is changing in the twenty-first century.
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