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  1. Santiago Tomás Bellomo
    I knew I had it on my blood...

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    Santiago Tomás Bellomo
    There’s Coffee On That DNA.
    neatlifestyle.org (Star Trek pun intended.) Why is it that some people crave several cups of coffee a day while others stop at only one or two, or even none? A growing body of evidence suggests that the amount of...
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    Santiago Saint-Romain
    05/09/2016 #4 Santiago Saint-Romain
    I think we need coffee every day. But, it is in the DNA?
    Visit this article and see.

    Neat Lifestyle by @Santiago Tomás Bellomo
    Santiago Tomás Bellomo
    03/09/2016 #3 Santiago Tomás Bellomo
    #1 You are truly neat. Thank you!
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    03/09/2016 #2 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    Shared to beBee English, Entrepreneurs, and Women Entrepreneurs also.
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    03/09/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    @Santiago Tomás Bellomo: Ha! This is thrilling data, so well presented! I'm Sharing to my Home Remedies Hive! And to Invisible Illnesses & Mental Health ~ so important to know the Health Benefits of coffee are Significant. Great piece.
  2. Santiago Tomás Bellomo
    Some neat tips so you can sleep better! Enjoy.
    Santiago Tomás Bellomo
    10 Tips For A Much Better Night Sleep
    neatlifestyle.org Not getting enough sleep is a sure-fire way to ruin your day even before it has started. Unfortunately, restlessness, insomnia, and just plain being unable to fall asleep plague many of us almost...
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    Santiago Tomás Bellomo
    03/09/2016 #3 Santiago Tomás Bellomo
    #2 Indeed! Thanks for your comment sir.
    Don Graham
    03/09/2016 #2 Don Graham
    For some of us unfortunately, we could be on call 24 hours a day, and God only knows when I can sleep. But otherwise, good advice.
    Santiago Saint-Romain
    02/09/2016 #1 Santiago Saint-Romain
    Rest well increase your productivity, follow these tips and see the changes.

    Neat Lifestyle.
  3. ProducerSantiago Saint-Romain
    The Internet of Things
    The Internet of ThingsThe internet of things.A simple and concise sentence. Sometimes for some people, it is difficult to connect the internet with an object. But What I mean by this?Many people say the future is coming. I just think the future is here, every day...
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  4. Nadiya Manir

    Nadiya Manir

    15/07/2016
    Should You Offer Your Product or Services for Free?
    Nadiya Manir
    Should You Offer Your Product or Services for Free?
    www.entrepreneur.com Are samples and freemiums a good growth strategy for your...
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  5. Nadiya Manir

    Nadiya Manir

    14/07/2016
    Pokemon GO Could Be Next Big Marketing Tool for Retailers
    Nadiya Manir
    Pokemon GO Could Be Next Big Marketing Tool for Retailers
    www.entrepreneur.com The game could revolutionize online marketing for small...
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  6. ProducerGraham Edwards

    Graham Edwards

    07/07/2016
    "Around the table advice" for new entrepreneurs...
    "Around the table advice" for new entrepreneurs...A short while ago I found myself "around the table" engaged in the conversations of business and the opportunities to be found in an ever shifting economy; the odd bourbon*, MBA's, CA's, CPA's, Six Sigma functional excellent "black belt's", CFA's...
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    Graham Edwards
    11/07/2016 #6 Graham Edwards
    #5Thank for your comment @Kevin Pellon
    Kevin Pellon
    08/07/2016 #5 Kevin Pellon
    Excellent read! It takes a unique type of person to be an entrepreneur. Most may say they are, but it's truly becoming a fantastic stepping stone with the ability of tech, social media (bebee) and ofcourse some luck. Every leader or entrepreneur will tell you to bring on smarter people to help you become better to great one day!
    Graham Edwards
    08/07/2016 #4 Graham Edwards
    #2 Thanks for your comment @Randy Keho. I hear you; in my humble experience I have never really seen a product "sell it self"... although I have heard that odd marketeer say they do.
    Graham Edwards
    08/07/2016 #3 Graham Edwards
    #1 Thanks for your comment @Charlene Burke.
    Randy Keho
    08/07/2016 #2 Randy Keho
    As you stated, most entrepreneurs need an experienced "song and dance man," someone who knows sales and marketing. My youthful partner knows research and development -- he has his own 3-D printer in his kitchen -- but he couldn't run a successful lemonade stand. One of the products he developed could revolutionize the beverage-dispensing industry. So, I took him to a local, upscale beer and wine bar during an IPA event. All the taps were changed over to provide only the products of a single brewery. I sought out the sales rep and introduced him to our concept, showing him pictures of the prototype on my smartphone. He, in turn, gave me the name of a guy he knows at a national dispensing-equipment manufacturer. We contacted his contact, and, the next thing you know, we're in serious negotiations. To spur things along, we also contacted a well-known national brewer, who invited us to their offices to discuss their interest in the product. The moral of the story is you can't expect the marketplace to beat a path to your kitchen. You have to go to the local bar and that's something I'm always willing to do.
    Charlene Burke
    07/07/2016 #1 Charlene Burke
    What a great discussion and excellent points made. Yes, I asked that question myself "Is it me, or is everybody today an entrepreneur?" It seems that everyone is - or at least, they call themselves one. The two points that stick out for me are "understand the cost structure of managing their business" and "the best entrepreneurs seem to be self-aware". Both are vital for long-term success. And, I admit, both make for more interesting conversations than one would have with wannabes and freelancers.
  7. ProducerMargaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    Is The Hippocratic Oath still "The Hippocratic Oath?"
    Is The Hippocratic Oath still "The Hippocratic Oath?"by Dr Margaret ArandaYou should know that today, no American medical school is required to use the original Hippocratic Oath for the graduating medical doctors.  This is surprises most people. Much like marriage vows, each American medical school...
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    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    12/07/2016 #16 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    With all the bad-mouthing that doctors get today (and I can speak to this personally as a physician and a patient), you need to know that there are still good doctors out there. They care. They over-perform. They jump through hoops relentlessly for their patients. In the old day and still in many non-Western countries, these are still the doctors whose patients come to the office bearing gifts. Fruit, garden flowers.
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    11/07/2016 #15 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #14 @Dale Masters: But there's nothing to actually 'do' hon, just enjoy!
    Dale Masters
    11/07/2016 #14 Dale Masters
    #12 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD NOoooooo...I have things to do, and I'm exhausted already!
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    11/07/2016 #12 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #11 And you and I both know it, too. We see it, we are in the thick of it. And it is not a good place to be. So you will like my piece today, "Doctors of Oath." Oh. And I started my own Hive: Doctors of Oath, too. I''m just waaayy too passionate about how I think things should be. And I don't think that I am thinking 'too highly' or expecting too much from real doctors. Actually, the 'real doctors' are already in the choir, singing alto and soprano with their knees unlocked. So they don't need the message. But I do believe that patients need to Know that there Are doctors out there who swore by this oath, and they behold it not to the gods of old, but to God Himself. And so it shall be for me, and nothing and no one can change it. Amen!
    Dale Masters
    06/07/2016 #11 Dale Masters
    #10 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD When corporatisation of medicine started to take place, that spelled the end of true medicine, which purpose, as you know well, used to be healing. Now everything is subject to the bottom line. I believe strongly that this is the reason that so many doctors are drug addicts and alcoholics...and have such a high suicide rate. I had a dear friend who is a doctor, and I remained friends with her from the time she was a premed student till the time she received her DO. I am no longer included in her circle of friends, and was told by her once that I'm "too eccentric for [my] own good". Over time, I was excluded from her social circle, since we "no longer had anything in common".Since my childhood best friend's father was my doctor I found this behaviour very odd. I was hurt...but not offended. The sea change in medical focus is a very evil thing....and most doctors know it.
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    05/07/2016 #10 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #8 Doctors used to be 'a' trusted member of the family, I think, @Dale Masters...not 'like' a trusted member... but how/when did that change? Was it 'bad' doctors, or greed? Bad technology that got us into places we never should have been, with fertilized, frozen eggs being literally flushed down the drain? Or the sperm donors that fertilize thousands of women, so that half- 'brothers' and 'sisters' will and must be having babies subject to congenital abnormalities? Oh...the list goes on, and it's a fantastic exercise for all. We must talk about these things. Because patients need to trust the good doctors. They have to...or else there is no hope. My opinion, and I'm sticking to it (you know I like this quote 🌞). ~ Awesome insights here.
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    05/07/2016 #9 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #7 The problem is, I think, that everyone has a different set of morals. And back in the days of Hippocrates and beyond, people couldn't be kept alive with dead brains on a ventilator...technology has brought in a multitude of ethical questions, all balanced by the benefit:risk ratio, too. Do the benefits outweigh the risks? This is a question that every doctor asks herself, every day. It's a huge can of worms, a Pandora's box of mystical, philosophical, humane issues with great passion. Sometimes, we as physicians are not 'able' to do "NO" harm. We just have to pick the "least worst" of a situation, @Pamela L. Williams. Great conversation.
    Dale Masters
    03/07/2016 #8 Dale Masters
    #7 " If you can't swear to that then you have no business being a doctor. period" TRUTH! Doctors used to be like a trusted member of the family; now, they're being eaten alive by corporatism.
    Pamela L. Williams
    03/07/2016 #7 Pamela L. Williams
    Very interesting Margaret. I think a lot of people Think they know what the original oath said, but I'm afraid they would be sorely mistaken. No, I don't think the oath is pertinent but there should be an oath to uphold the laws of the land and that the ethical care of the patient should come above all else. Treat each patient as if they were your child, your wife, or whoever you hold most dear. If you can't swear to that then you have no business being a doctor. period
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    02/07/2016 #6 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    @Vincent Andrew, my friend, the short answer is "yes."

    The concise, more insightful answer is this: If honorable doctors were allowed to be honorable doctors (without a personal or professional geopolitical agenda), patients would hand on every word, trustingly. And they would do as the doctor asks, or says. The problem is that there is no more trust, doctors aren't allowed to be doctors, and the physician:patient relationship is often cut off by the dagger of influential families or loved ones that can't accept death. We all die in our physical bodies. I'll throw the question back at you: "Do you want to die with a hole in your neck on a ventilator, and a hole in your intestines to feed you forever?" You and I need to talk to our Families, and let us have the dignity that each person is innately born with ~ don't take away patient dignity. Just let us do our jobs with our morality and intellect.

    But who actually trusts their doctor with their lives, anymore?
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    02/07/2016 #5 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #3 @Dale Masters: You and me both, my sweet friend. You and I am millions of young women (and men) who have been degraded because the doctor doesn't know Rare Diseases. There's a sentiment that, "I have never heard of that." Mostly, this is silently said. But the attitude and demeanor of the physician crinkles his (and I won't say "Her" for the female MDs are much more sympathetic to female patients) forehead, with silent fumes beginning to steam out of his ears. The doctor thinks, and many times actually has the audacity to SAY: "If I haven't heard of it, then it must not exist."

    Doctors need to get rid of that attitude and be open to learn from their patients. Period.
    Doctors need to follow the model of Larry Chu, MD, Stanford's Department of Anesthesia has caught on to this concept for the last 5 years, on an International Platform, Stanford Medicine-X: http://medicinex.stanford.edu/
    Vincent Andrew
    02/07/2016 #4 Vincent Andrew
    "I will use treatment to help the sick according to my ability and judgment, but never with a view to injury and wrong-doing." If every graduating doctor were to uphold the Hippocratic Oath, would the quality of health care received by all patients be better than what it is now @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD?
    Dale Masters
    02/07/2016 #3 Dale Masters
    @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD From what I've seen, they should change it to the "Hypocritical" oath.
    Can you tell I've had some run-ins with certain physicians? :)
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    02/07/2016 #2 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    In the beginning, Hippocrates was clearly adamant that abortion, euthanasia, and lethal drug injection for the death penalty are immoral.
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    01/07/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    How long has it been since you read these words of the Hippocratic Oath? And look at how much it has changed from what its original intent was.....I personally like this Oath better than 'making up a poem' or revising it. For what good is history if we are not to learn from it?
  8. ProducerJoel Savage

    Joel Savage

    10/06/2016
    Kicking Away Fear: The Enemy That Prevents Our Success
    Kicking Away Fear: The Enemy That Prevents Our SuccessFear kills many people hundred or thousand times before their real death.The young lady has successfully completed her education, passing out with bright colors as a medical nurse. But due to lack of confidence, she is scared to solicit for a job....
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  9. ProducerPaul Kearley

    Paul Kearley

    10/06/2016
    Why The Duck Crossed The Road: A Leadership Fable.
    Why The Duck Crossed The Road: A Leadership Fable.We were on our way to Moncton on a busy Saturday morning last weekend.  The traffic was a bit heavier than it usually was for a weekend morning, but flowing steady in any case.  Up ahead I saw the car in front of me slam on his brakes and swerve...
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    Ali Anani
    10/06/2016 #8 Ali Anani
    #7 May be my presentation on Reverse Businesses be of help yo you @Paul Kearley in your endeavor http://www.slideshare.net/hudali15/reverse-businesses
    Paul Kearley
    10/06/2016 #7 Paul Kearley
    #5 I LOVE that idea Anees. That's in my book now for a future article.
    Ali Anani
    10/06/2016 #6 Ali Anani
    #5 Powerful comment @Anees Zaidi
    Anees Zaidi
    10/06/2016 #5 Anees Zaidi
    A great post @Paul Kearley. Let's do some reverse thinking (cc @Ali Anani). Instead of putting focus on what takes a leader to lead successfully, let's explore what drives the followers to follow a leader. Let's see the successful leadership from the followers lens. Why should I follow someone? Why should I be the wagon of someone's steam engine? Why shouldn't I drive my own 'steam' engine. A leader must get answers to these questions to keep ball in his court.
    Paul Kearley
    10/06/2016 #4 Paul Kearley
    #3 Thanks Kevin!
    Kevin Pashuk
    10/06/2016 #3 Kevin Pashuk
    Life is full of great lessons @Paul Kearley to those of us who's imaginations were not squashed as a child. Enjoyed the story (and your writing style). Nice to meet you on beBee.
    Paul Kearley
    10/06/2016 #2 Paul Kearley
    #1 Thank you Ali. Much appreciated.
    Ali Anani
    10/06/2016 #1 Ali Anani
    Very insightful post @Paul Kearley and the analogy is super. I am sharing
  10. ProducerRoland VanDenBerg
    The Hidden Treasures of Darkness II
    The Hidden Treasures of Darkness IIDuring the reign of gods and goddess', Hekate...the woman clothed with the sun - gave birth to el nino.  She named him Marika.  Previously in her heart she esteemed to raise him as an avatar.  But as fate would have her way, destiny determined the...
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    Roland VanDenBerg
    08/05/2016 #2 Roland VanDenBerg
    Thanks for your time, Juan.
    Juan Imaz
    08/05/2016 #1 Juan Imaz
    Welcome to beBee Ronald!
  11. ProducerRoland VanDenBerg
    The Hidden Treasures of Darkness
    The Hidden Treasures of DarknessDuring the span of earthly ventures, the universe was waiting for thee 'drink of immortality.' This nectar was forming within the spherical cosmos and the goddess Hekate was awaiting this amerita from her loyal servant Arjuna.  She knew all about...
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    Roland VanDenBerg
    08/05/2016 #5 Roland VanDenBerg
    Thanks for your time Amroussi!
    Roland VanDenBerg
    08/05/2016 #4 Roland VanDenBerg
    Thanks for your time, Javier!
    Roland VanDenBerg
    08/05/2016 #3 Roland VanDenBerg
    t#1
    Mohamed Amroussi
    08/05/2016 #2 Mohamed Amroussi
    #1 Thank you, I wish you the best of your Time
    Javier beBee
    08/05/2016 #1 Javier beBee
    Welcome to beBee !