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Investment books are a dime a dozen. Book stores have sections devoted to investing in the stock market, personal finance, and how to ‘get rich quick.’ These 21 selected books appear on must-read lists over and over. They are the best finance books ever written, and the list should save you some time when perusing a book store or online searches.
Via Business Insider
Nuts are nature’s way of showing us that good things come in small packages. These bite-size nutritional powerhouses are packed with heart-healthy fats, protein, vitamins and minerals.
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According to new studies, eating organic foods can help you build more muscle and burn more fat, not to mention protect the environment from harmful pesticides and increase your chances of siring healthy offspring (sons in particular). Here are 20 top organic foods to get you started.
Whether you’re looking to load up a new iPhone or simply expand your collection, here’s 2012 list of download-deserving apps.
“Don’t know much about science” may be a good description of many students in U.S. public schools, at least if you’re swayed by a new report issued by The Fordham Institute. The report, The State of State Science Standards 2012, indicates that K-12 science standards of most U.S. states are mediocre at best – with only 13 states getting an A or B and 38 receiving a grade of C or lower.
The family vacation has become a sacred rite of passage for American parents and their children. Almost every family has packed the car or booked their plane tickets to explore the diverse and gigantic American landscape. But the choices are so abundant that it’s almost overwhelming to make a decision.
Via U.S. News
Everybody wants to get the best bang for their buck in higher education — but what colleges really are the best value?
The Princeton Review recently rated the best value public colleges for 2012. UNC Chapel Hill topped this list with UVA coming in second.