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Contact the dedicated New York based divorce mediator at Sabra Law Group


New York City, New York – No couple expects to go through a divorce when they first get married, but it is an unfortunate fact that a large percentage of married couples will eventually run into issues that make it impossible to keep the relationship going. While this is bad enough for the couple, the issue becomes even more difficult when children are involved. Instead of trying to build a case and take as much from your former partner as possible, Sabra Law Group ( encourages couples to sit down t... Read More »

Rabobank: Water Management A Global Opportunity


“We encourage food and agri suppliers and other leaders to be directly involved in the establishment of water markets to protect the long-run economic sustainability of the agriculture industry”, says Vernon Crowder, analyst at Rabobank. “Globally, local governance and investment will be required in order to ensure stable water supplies but also to replenish current deficits caused by years of overuse in many countries. Water markets will increase the overall net benefit to society, increase the incentive for expanded investment, while decreasi... Read More »

2015 Travel Insurance Trends Reveal The State Of The Travel Industry, says Squaremouth


Travelers Sought Travel Insurance Instead of Canceling Trips After Paris Terrorist Attacks Following the terrorist attacks in Paris on November 13, 2015, and a subsequent issuance of a Worldwide Travel Alert, travelers showed an increased concern about terrorism impacting their travel plans. saw a 38% increase in visitors and a 17% increase in the number of policies sold, with 53% more travelers specifically searching for terrorism coverage, compared to the same period in 2014. "Following the attacks in Paris, we found tha... Read More »

Huffman Koos Makes Season Bright for Paterson Children


uffman Koos contributed over 100 toys including six bicycles thanks to toy drives associates held during the holiday season. Several hundred additional toys were also donated by other very generous companies and individuals, making this the most successful drive to date. Huffman Koos CEO and VP of Community Outreach Services, Inc., Anthony Mehran, attended the festivities as he has done for the last 8 years. "I can't think of a better way to start Christmas Day than with the needy children of our community. Their utter joy and smiles are tru... Read More »

3M’s Next Generation Molecular Detection Assay for Listeria Receives AOAC PTM Validation


Achieving AOAC PTM status required a rigorous, independent laboratory examination of 3M’s unique molecular test method’s ability to accurately detect Listeria spp. Food samples analyzed during the validation study included beef hot dogs, deli turkey, raw chicken leg pieces, raw chicken fillets, sealed concrete, plastic, stainless steel, melon, smoked salmon, romaine lettuce, queso fresco, vanilla ice cream, 4 percent milk fat cottage cheese and raw spinach. “We’re pleased to be saving food processors and testing laboratories time in their ef... Read More »

Multi-platinum, GRAMMY® nominated artist encourages Canadians to get involved as Duracell looks to donate $100,000 to Children’s Miracle Network and batteries to hospital playrooms


For the ninth year in a row, Duracell’s ‘Powering Holiday Smiles’ campaign will donate a year’s supply of batteries to member children’s hospitals across Canada in order to power lifesaving medical devices and the thousands of playroom toys and games that children and their families will be using this holiday season and beyond. In addition, for every pack of Duracell batteries that Canadians purchase at Walmart from November 25th to December 31st 2015 Duracell will donate to Children’s Miracle Network, with the goal to raise $100,000. To learn ... Read More »

Snacks paired with tipples to make your Christmas drinks’ party stand out


But now, with the festive season soon upon us, Tesco has come up with a helping hand by launching the UK’s first nut and tortilla snack range with tipple recommendations on the packet. For instance, if you want to impress guests with, say, a salted caramel flavoured nut mix then Tawny Port would go well because its full-bodied fruitiness heightens the taste of the nuts. And if you wanted to offer BBQ flavour tortilla chips then the recommended pairing would be ruby ale as the smoky taste blends really well with the rich maltiness of the b... Read More »

Rental Apartments in Killeen, TX


Hunter Rentals & Property Management is a renowned real estate company providing rental services in Killeen, TX. Serving the clients since 1986, the company is one of the leading names in the real estate industry.The agents at the firmhelp the clients in finding a suitable apartment for rentin various locations of the city. They have extensive experience in the real estate market and keep themselves updated with thechanging price trends to make sure the clients canchoose the perfect rental apartment within their budget. At Hunter Rentals &... Read More »

HOPE is Universal this month at Universal Hyundai


This October Hope is Universal at Universal Hyundai! In honor of breast cancer awareness month Universal Hyundai has teamed up with Libby's Legacy a local not for profit organization aimed at bringing education and awareness about this disease that affects so many lives. Like our Facebook page during the month of October to donate $5 to Libby's Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation or step up your game with a like and test drive to donate $50!! Visit our website at: and sign up for your test drive today! On O... Read More »

Aviva: ‘Invisible spending’ costs the nation £48 billion per year


 Typical UK adult spends £948 a year on ‘invisible’ items 20-year-old could build a £136,000 pension pot by cutting back on these items Almost half of UK adults admit they don’t keep track of all their spending UK adults are spending £48 billion a year(1) through a habit of ‘invisible spending’, Aviva research has revealed. The term has been coined by the investment and retirement solutions provider to describe the small – almost invisible – amounts people spend on a regular basis without paying too much attention. A study of 2,000... Read More »

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