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SMALL BUSINESS News - The Key to Making Money in Your Small Business, Dec 08, 2011

By Stacy Karacostas - Thu, 12/08/2011 - 12:07pm.
What Are You Selling?
What’s the number one thing you must have in order to grow a successful small business? It’s not clients or customers, though those are critically important.
It’s not effective marketing, though you absolutely need that too.
I’m talking about something far simpler. And I know I risk sounding like Master of the Obvious with this, but I’ve seen so many entrepreneurs struggle because they don’t have it…
What is this key to making money in your small business?
You have to have something to sell!"
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WEBMD - FOODS That Lower Cholesterol - Best Veggies, Meats, Fruits, and More, Dec 08, 2011

"Heart-healthy foods are essential to a heart-healthy diet. If you want to eat a better diet but are not sure what foods you should buy, check out this kitchen essentials guide. From fruits and vegetables to whole grain goodness, learn what foods to keep on hand.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Fill your fridge with seasonal fruits such as berries, oranges, apples, pears, and grapes, and vegetables such as bell peppers, broccoli, kale, cauliflower, tomatoes, dark leafy greens, celery, eggplant, zucchini, and squash."

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WEBMD - EATING Fish May Be Good for Brain Health, Dec 08, 2011

 "Nov. 30, 2011 (Chicago) -- Older people who eat baked or broiled fish at least once a week may be boosting their brain health.
In a new study, imaging scans showed that regular fish-eaters were less likely to have brain cells die off in the area of the brain responsible for short-term memory -- recalling a phone number that was just heard, for example.
And people who ate baked or broiled fish at least weekly and didn't lose brain cells were much less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease or mild mental impairment, says Cyrus Raji, MD, PhD, of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine."

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LATEST World News, Dec 08, 2011

Eastern Congo braces for election results
Christian Science Monitor
Guest blogger Laura Heaton writes that vote tallies indicate incumbent President Joseph Kabila remains the frontrunner, but there is a chance of violence if Kabila is declared the winner. By Laura Heaton, Guest blogger / December 8, 2011 Supporters of ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Vladimir Putin accuses Hillary Clinton of encouraging Russian protests
The Guardian
Vladimir Putin has accused Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, of fomenting an increasingly vociferous opposition movement in Russia, threatening to derail the two countries' fragile resetting of relations. The accusation builds on months of ...
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The Guardian
Obama Turns Focus to Iraq as Future US Role Still Evolving
By Margaret Talev and Viola Gienger Dec. 8 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama is focusing on the withdrawal of US forces from Iraq by year's end, even as his administration continues talks behind the scenes about the future American role there. ...
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Fact check: Israel embassy promise may be empty
USA Today
By Anne Gearan, AP In remarks to the Republican Jewish Coalition, GOP presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Michelle Bachmann made nearly identical promises to move the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem if they are elected. ...
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USA Today
Pope Benedict to Visit Cuba in Spring
By AP / ANNE-MARIE GARCIA Thursday, Dec. 08, 2011 A protester gestures at fellow protesters to stop throwing stones at riot police during clashes near Tahrir Square in Cairo November 20, 2011. (HAVANA) — Pope Benedict XVI will visit Cuba this spring, ...
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Could this be Britain's most famous witches' coven?
By Philip Baillie LONDON (Reuters) - A mummified cat entombed in the walls of a recently unearthed 17th century English cottage has historians speculating whether the building might once have played a part in Britain's most notorious witch trials....
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Ancient beds designed to ward off insects add to evidence modern man evolved ...
Washington Post
JOHANNESBURG — Tens of thousands of years before scientists had realized, our ancestors in what is now South Africa were making their homes safer and more comfortable with grasses and leaves we still use today, researchers said in an article published ...
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St. Petersburg College baseball coach caught in sex sting
CBS News
(CBS) ORLANDO, Fla. - The head baseball coach at St. Petersburg College has been arrested as the result of an underage sex sting. The Miami Herald reports Robert Francis, 31, logged into a chat room on Tuesday and struck up conversation with someone he ...
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French TV shows Strauss-Kahn surveillance videos
Wall Street Journal
AP PARIS — A French all-news channel has broadcast surveillance videos showing Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the New York hotel maid he was accused of sexually assaulting minutes after the alleged attack. The segments show Strauss-Kahn, the former head of ...
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Japan apologizes to former Canadian prisoners of war after the battle of Hong ...
Washington Post
TORONTO — Japan apologized Thursday for the mistreatment of Canadian prisoners of war after the Battle of Hong Kong in World War II. It came on the 70th anniversary of Japan's invasion of Hong Kong in 1941. Canadian Veterans Affairs Minister Steven ...
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Big storms batter Scotland
ABC Online
Severe storms and high winds have caused widespread disruption to parts of Scotland, leaving thousands of people without power, causing roads and schools to close, and hitting air travel. Britain's Met Office issued a red alert warning after winds of ...
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Romania hosted secret CIA detention centre: Reports
Times of India
BERLIN: The CIA used a clandestine detention centre in Bucharest to interrogate al-Qaida suspects, including the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, according to an investigation revealed on Thursday. The prison, used between 2003 and 2006, ...
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News staff admit to spying on British MP
Sydney Morning Herald
British Labour MP's Tom Watson, left, was followed for a week by the private detective Derek Webb. Photo: AFP LONDON: Lawyers for James Murdoch have confirmed in a letter to the British Parliament that three News International employees were involved ...
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brotherhood in fresh tensions with army
Financial Times
By Heba Saleh in Cairo The Muslim Brotherhood has pulled out of an advisory council set up by Egypt's military rulers in protest at what it says is an attempt by the army to weaken the country's future parliament. Freedom and Justice, the political arm ...
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Zimbabwe's "Hanging Tree" Falls, Revives Legends
by AP HARARE, Zimbabwe — The felling of Zimbabwe's famed colonial-era "Hanging Tree" is reviving legends and superstitions and has many believing it signals a new era for this troubled southern African nation, whose hardline 87-year-old president is in ...
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Russian site snubs FSB request to block opposition
By Alissa de Carbonnel MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's top social networking site on Thursday defiantly rejected a request by the Federal Security Service to block opposition groups from using it to organize street protests accusing the authorities of ...
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NATO fuel tankers torched in Pakistan attack
CBS News
Pakistani fire fighters trying to extinguish burning NATO oil tankers after allegedly torched by militants at a terminal on the outskirts of Quetta, Pakistan on Dec. 8, 2011. (AP Photo/Arshad Butt) QUETTA, Pakistan - Assailants torched more than 20 ...
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French Senate Debates Allowing Foreigners to Vote
Fox News
| AP PARIS -- France's Senate has debated a bill proposing to extend the right to vote in local elections to foreigners living legally in the country. Thursday's debate sparked protests outside the upper house of parliament, with far-right presidential...
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Global media accuse Iran over signal jamming
LONDON—Leading international broadcasters on Wednesday accused Iran of increasing its intimidation of foreign media and accelerating efforts to jam satellite broadcasts in Farsi from reaching Iranian audiences. Following a meeting of senior media ...
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Press group cites jump in jailed journalists
By Anita Snow AP / December 8, 2011 NEW YORK—The number of journalists jailed around the world has jumped more than 20 percent to its highest level since the mid-1990s, the Committee to Protect Journalists said Thursday. The press advocacy group said ...
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Germany arrests al Qaeda suspect over bomb plot
Reuters India
BERLIN (Reuters) - German anti-terrorism police on Thursday arrested a 27-year-old man in the western city of Bochum suspected of links to a local al Qaeda cell and of planning an attack, the Federal Prosecutor said in a statement. ...
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Joe Gordon: US citizen jailed in Thailand for posting online excerpts from ...
Daily Mail
By Gareth Finighan Joe Gordon, 55, who was born in the Southeast Asian kingdom but has lived in the US for 30 years, translated pages from The King Never Smiles - a critical biography of Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej - while living in Colorado ...
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Daily Mail
Mudslide swallows bus in Colombia, 3 dead; trapped woman reaches out by cell phone
Washington Post
BOGOTA, Colombia — A hillside loosened by rain has collapsed on a bus in northeastern Colombia and officials say at least three people are dead. Red Cross rescue director Cesar Uruena says two other people were trapped in the bus late Tuesday. ...
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Women to be allowed to serve on Royal Navy submarines
BBC News
Women are to be allowed to serve on Royal Navy submarines, Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has confirmed. The first women officers will begin serving on Vanguard-class nuclear subs in late 2013. They will be followed by female ratings in 2015, ...
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BBC News
Artemio unmasked: Peru's Shining Path commander comes in from the cold
The Guardian
On the eastern slopes of the Andes the fast-flowing brown waters of the Huallaga river descend into the Amazon rainforest. Here the high altitude and warm climate of the broad valley create ideal conditions for growing coca, the leaf used to make ...
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The Guardian
Newsvine - American jailed for insulting Thai king - while living in ...
By staff and wire
World News. Narong Sangnak / EPA. Joe Gordon, 55, looks on from inside a cell at the criminal court in Bangkok, Thailand, on Thursday. By staff and wire. advertisement. BANGKOK - A court in Thailand sentenced a U.S. citizen to...
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Morocco World News/ Maghreb Intelligence. New York, December 8, 2011. Since the arrival of Mariano Rajoy in La Moncloa, many things are changing in the Spanish Popular Party. Winner of the last parliamentary elections, Mariano Rajoy,...
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Remarks on Israel by three U.S. officials spark ... - Jewish World News
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Reporters Without Borders strongly condemns yesterday's decision by cable television operators in Pakistan to block the transmission of programmes by the ...
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