Is Giving CAT Exam as a Fresher Advantageous?

  This topic always becomes a huge question for each and every MBA aspirant.  Any individual who is thinking to appear for CAT once come across this question whether to go for MBA directly or to have some work experience.   Some points are discussed here that can help an individual to decide whether to take CAT or not.   Work Experience Candidates who are going for the MBA after some work experience have no doubt experienced how corporate life works and have undergone training. They don’t get enough time…

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Dividing Marital Property in a Divorce

    During a divorce, dividing marital property can create financial and emotional hardships for the family. Deciding which spouse retains interest in major financial assets usually requires a divorce attorney who can sort through complex issues when spouses don’t agree. The family home is often the most valuable marital asset, so both spouses may want to keep it after a divorce. Since this isn’t a possibility, one spouse may agree to buy the other spouse out. Typically, this requires refinancing the house to pay off the other spouse, unless…

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Insurance Coverage Makes the Equine Industry Palatable

In some industries, the risks are so great that it’s almost impossible for business owners to deal with them. While all business ventures have some risk, when the risk gets too high, it’s time for investors and owners to bail. The equine industry is one of those industries where the risk levels oscillate between too much and just enough. After all, animals are finicky by nature. It is hard to know what they are going to do at any time. Whether they are racing horses or show horses, they are…

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Mediterranean diet may help reduce fat deposits

  In the study, even with only moderate weight loss, the Mediterranean diet was found to be significantly superior to a low-fat diet in decreasing some of the fat storage pools. Time to change your diet, maybe? Moderate exercise combined with a Mediterranean and low carbohydrate diet may help reduce the amount of some fat deposits, according to a long-term study. The study, published in the journal Circulation, used MRI imaging technology for the first time to plot the diverse changes in an array of body organ fat storage pools…

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Girls’ camouflage skills may delay autism diagnosis

As girls with autism seem to struggle more than boys while performing routine tasks like getting dressed or making small talk, it may delay or prevent autism diagnosis among them, a study has revealed. The findings add to the growing evidence that girls with autism may show symptoms differently than boys and that some of the social difficulties experienced by females with autism may be masked during clinical assessments. “Based on our research criteria, parents report that the girls with autism seem to have a more difficult time with day-to-day…

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Poor dental health leads to frailty among elderly

  According to the researchers, frailty is a major healthcare challenge for older adults. Someone who is frail can be weak, have less endurance, and be less able to function well. It increases the risk for falls, disability or even death. Poor oral health issues such as tooth loss and gum disease increases the risk of frailty in older men, while curbing their ability to speak, eat and even smile on their own, researchers, including one of Indian origin, have warned. Frailty is the medical term for becoming more vulnerable…

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Women are more athletic than men: Study

  According to the results of a study, women are less likely to accumulate molecules linked with muscle fatigue, effort perception and poor athletic performance as compared to men. Challenging the popular notion that men are more fit for exercise of all sorts, a new study has shown that women have a natural capacity to process oxygen more quickly than men during aerobic exercises, making them more athletic. The findings showed that the faster processing of oxygen enabled the cells of a woman’s body to undergo less strain especially during…

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IIM Lucknow Releases Objection Form for CAT 2017 Paper: Check out the Details

CAT 2017 was conducted by IIM Lucknow in two sessions and approximately 2.8 Lakhs candidates appeared. So, it can be understood that for an exam which is organized for such a large number of students always has a scope for improvement. Therefore, recently IIM Lucknow has released the objection form. This form can be filled by any aspirant who appeared in the exam and finds any error in any of the question or answer of CAT 2017. Aspirants can challenge and voice the issue they have with the official CAT…

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Signs It’s Time to Replace Appliances Around the Home

Appliances don’t last forever. Knowing when to replace your appliances is an important part of homeownership. Recognizing the signs that an appliance is near the end of its service life can help you keep your house running smoothly, maintain property value and avoid emergency situations. Age Most appliances have an expected service life, and once they’ve exceeded that service life, they’re more likely to stop functioning. Here’s how long you can expect some of your household appliances to function: Air conditioner – 12 – 17 years Refrigerator – 13 years Washing machine…

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5 Ways to DIY Your Home Organizers to Save Space

Having your own home is exciting—no matter where you live or who you are. You have your own space, somewhere to decorate uniquely to convey your own awesome personality. However, living comes with clutter. Fortunately, there are lots of DIY home organizers that you can implement to save space. Use Lengths of Ribbon for Your Earrings If you are big into earrings, a jewelry box is a no-go. Your earrings will become tangled and ruined if you move the box too often. However, pick your favorite colored ribbons, cut them…

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