Luxurious Hotels in Columbus

Columbus is located in Ohio, one of the largest cities named after the famous Christopher Columbus. This city owns the Ohio State University, the largest in the US. It has concluded in one of the magazines to be the rising "global city," being the 8th best city to live in. The residents are called Columbusites.…

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Top 20 Rod Stewart Hits

He was born Roderick Stewart in London, England, in 1945. His first musical influences, while growing up, were Al Jolson, Little Richard and Bill Haley. Rod got his first guitar in 1959 and by 1960 he had joined a skiffle band called The Kool Kats. Rod dropped out of school at the age of fifteen…

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Cyber Crimes And Solutions

We are currently living in Cyber age, where Internet and computers have major impacts on our way of living, social life and the way we conduct businesses. The usage of information technology has posed great security challenges and ethical questions in front of us. Just as every thing has positives and negatives, usage of information…

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LED Retrofit Kits And Their Benefits

Lighting cost is an area many people concentrate on especially when building. Everyone yearns for cheaper, more user friendly and environmentally friendly lighting options. Facility managers and even homeowners who are conscious about costs want modern solutions that still serve their purpose efficiently. LED retrofit kit make a very popular lighting solution for all. This…

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Relation Between Diabetes and Heart Disease

While relating heart disease and diabetes, a renowned Cardiologist from Gurgaon says: “People having diabetes develop a cardiovascular disease called as ‘diabetic heart disease’ (DHD). When compared to non-diabetics, people having diabetes at a younger age are at higher risk of heart disease.” This statement applies to both type 1 and 2 patients- both female…

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Thiamine (Vitamin B1) How, Why and When to Supplement

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) Sources and Physiologic Functions Requirements and Sources: Pork, whole grains, and legumes are the richest sources of thiamine. Outer layers of seeds are particularly rich in this vitamin. Populations at Risk: The populations most at risk of developing a thiamine deficiency are chronic alcoholics in Western countries and those with an over…

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Tuberous Breast And Breastfeeding

Tuberous breast also known as tubular breasts is a malformation of the breasts. It occurs as a result of an inborn deformity of the breasts. The condition can arise in both men and women. Although present at birth, it is noticeable only when the breasts begin to develop. One or both breasts can be affected.…

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Challenges In Rural Marketing

Introduction Our country is endowed with a good degree of ethnic and regional diversity. About three-fourth of the total population resides in the rural areas and majority of them are dependent upon agriculture for their subsistence. Agriculture contributes about 24.7% to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the country. It also contributes about 13.1% to…

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A Tribute to Seafarers!

Somewhere around 1500 BC, the Lapita people (ancients to the Polynesians) moved across the ocean carrying their plants of food and domestic animals. This marked the beginning of true seafaring skills in the Stone Age. The traditional craft used back then is what we now call a catamaran. These seafarers knew how to read wind…

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Camping Hints and Tips

Going camping is a really popular pastime, and if you want to rent a cottage and hike all day or relax and camp in a tent under the stars, you'll have options. You have to come prepared, though, or it can be exceedingly difficult to camp and really enjoy yourself. The first thing you need…

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