Does it pay to be pretty? Do good looks mean success?

Do we live in a superficial world? Explore some fascinating statistics that demonstrate how looks and attitude make all the difference when it comes to success.   Infographic provided by Brighton School of Business and Management Photo by Mark J Sebastian (IMG_92877) [CC-BY-SA-2.0], via Wikimedia...

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Got a Health or Fitness Degree? Consider a Business Startup

These days, it seems nearly everyone is focused on their health. Whether it is the baby boomer who is hoping to live a longer, healthier life or your fellow college students who are trying to avoid the freshman 15, there is no denying we are all a little health obsessed. As such, the health, fitness, and weight loss industry has huge earning potential. If you are wondering what to do with your health degree, consider a business...

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Why College Students Have Vitamin B12 Deficiencies

When there are finals to study for and frat parties to attend, our health usually takes a back burner during college. Whether this happens intentionally or unintentionally, severe consequences are usually the result. No One Worries About Vitamin Deficiencies For many college students, the extent of our concern for nutrition extends to: What seems most edible at the dining hall Which foods can safely be prepared in a microwave How many...

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20 Weight Loss Tips for College Students

Everyone is warned about the freshman 15 prior to entering college. Unfortunately, if that initial weight gain isn’t controlled, it will continue into your sophomore, junior and senior years–looking more like the college 50! We’d hate to see that happen to you, so we’ve created this list of tips to help you lose weight—and keep it off. Twenty Ways to Beat the Bulge First, realize you are going to mess up...

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Tips on How Not To Be a Victim of Depression in College

Many experts have linked depression mainly with stress. Although stress cannot be avoided since it is a part of our life, it is possible to reduce it to a great extent by using some helpful tips. Usually, students become the victim of depression when they get too busy with their academic life that they forget the importance of their personal or domestic life. Mostly, this happens when they are under the pressure of college...

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Drunk Driving And Alcohol Abuse – Increasing Trends Among College Students?

When college students are in the transition from high school to college life, they often come across emotional, physical and lifestyle changes. The changes are experiences that involve independence and stress towards their new environment, peers and lifestyle that makes them susceptible to abuse of various kinds. Two types of abuse that are commonly associated with college students are alcohol abuse and drunk driving. Drunk Driving...

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