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How to Write A Better Email News Headline to Get Better Media Coverage

Reporters get lots of email. Dozens if not hundreds a day. Imagine what it is like to sort through these all day long, then picking out a few to pursue for print or on-air use. Your email needs to stand out. Here are three things you can do to make …

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Face Transplants in the News

More akin to science fiction than science fact, several people have received face transplants in the last couple of years. Now relegated to only the most horrific accidents, like most medical miracles, as the techniques are perfected, this type of operation will eventually become much more commonplace. Once that happens, …

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The Media: Can We Rely On The Mainstream Media To Tell Us What News Is Fake?

Recently, the mainstream media has been talking about ‘fake news’ sites, and how these are having a detrimental effect on the world. Thus, if one is not aware of what has been taking place, they will be able to find out about it by reading paper or going online, for …

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The Media: Why Is The Mainstream Media Worried About ‘Fake’ News?

If someone has been paying attention to the mainstream media recently, they may have heard them talk about the ‘fake’ news that is circulating. This has been a time when they have spoken about how a lot of what they see on social media, for instance, is not real news. …

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How to Start and Run a Paid Newsletter

The easiest method of all to earn recurring payments is by promoting affiliate products that charge the customer month after month, and pay you a percentage of that fee. But there are several drawbacks to going the affiliate route: You’re not building a name of your own You share in …

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Live and Let Live

President Rodrigo Duterte. The man who came with a political will, a will confidently placed upon him by the people of The Philippines. He is akin to a specialist doctor who came with a treatment – precise and painful, supported by the anecdote of democracy, to heal a nation plagued …

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Weight Loss – Three Post-Pregnancy Weight Loss Points To Remember

If you are just coming out of pregnancy and welcoming home the new joy in your life, you may be overwhelmed with feelings right now. One of those feelings may be how you will manage to shed the excess weight you gained during your pregnancy. The good news is you …

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New Minnesota Front Office Executives Have An Unpopular Task To Tackle

The team which lost the most games last season has a completely different front office now, as Minnesota hired a new chief executive as well as a new general manager. The Twins made the announcement on Monday, November 7, via a news conference on the MLB channel. General Manager Thad …

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Christatan Aracatan Troyan – Their Suffering Under The Rule Of The "Daesh"

Upon arrival, the organization of the Islamic state to their areas two years ago, Iraqi Christians have been threatened and forced to convert to Islam, and to some insult to the cross, and abandoned and confiscated their property, but a few of them needed homes and remained under the rule …

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Bioengineered Veins Give Hope to Kidney Disease Patients on Dialysis

Blood is the essential element that travels in your body supplying oxygen and other nutrients to all the cells, getting rid of waste products and assisting the body to get around. With 1.5 gallons of blood in the body, it translates into 7% of the body weight. Constant cleansing of …

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