75 results total, viewing 61 - 75

Did You Know?

(NAPS)—According to the American Association for Cancer Research, this year saw 27 new cancer treatments—the highest number ever; a record high number of cancer survivors—more than … more

Did You Know?

(NAPS)—When you’re looking to add some excitement and variety to your Keto routine, Lindsay Olives are the answer. Loaded with antioxidants, healthful fats and important phytonutrients, … more
Booktrib’s Bookbites

‘A Mirror And A Prayer’: Beauty Icon’s Unfiltered Reflections On A Rocky And Wild Ride

(NAPSI)—There was a time when Gina Rivera: • Stole cookie dough and gasoline during financial hard times. • Was almost strangled by a mass murderer. • Had a boyfriend … more
Booktrib’s Bookbites

Four Intriguing Tales Of Lies, Crimes And Secrets

(NAPSI)—BookBites is a continuing series bringing readers information and ideas for their next read. Here are four thrilling new books to try from BookTrib.com. “A Stranger on the … more
Booktrib’s BookBites

Enjoy These Tales Of Danger, Strange Events And A Memorable Life

(NAPSI)—BookBites is a continuing series bringing readers information and ideas for their next read. Here are four new books in which to get lost—something for all different tastes from … more
Booktrib’s Bookbites

Intrigue, Secrets And Self-Discovery In Four Great Summer Reads

(NAPSI)—In this issue of “BookBites,” BookTrib.com showcases four captivating tales to fill those long days at the beach. “You Cannot Mess This Up” by Amy W. … more
BookTrib’s BookBites

Four Gripping Plots For Long Days At The Beach

(NAPSI)—In this issue of “BookBites,” BookTrib.com showcases four more books to add to your summer reading list. You, Me and the Sea by Meg Donohue In this spellbinding and … more
Booktrib’s BookBites

Summer Reads: Four Books To Stuff In Your Beach Bag

(NAPSI)—In this issue of “BookBites,” BookTrib.com showcases four books worthy of consideration for your summer reading list. Monsterland by Michael Okon With real werewolves, … more
Booktrib’s BookBites

Homeless, Starving And Broke, Biz Magnate Shares

(NAPSI)— “I am a high school dropout with no higher intelligence than you. I came to a country with no knowledge of the local language or culture. Worse, I had no money, and slept on the … more
Book Worth Reading

Deep Convictions: A Look At Religious Liberty

(NAPSI)—What would you do if your most strongly held beliefs were challenged by the government, placing your livelihood, your way of life and even your freedom at risk? You may find … more
Business Solutions

Tackling The Ultimate Workforce Challenge

(NAPSI)—Today, many people in business talk of diversity fatigue, says Barbara Adams, PsyD, author of “Women, Minorities, & Other Extraordinary People: The New Path for Workforce … more
Book News And Notes

Visually Inpaired Reader Inspires Author

(NAPSI)—Four years ago, bestselling author Mary Jane Clark spoke at the Friends of the New Jersey Library for the Blind and Handicapped’s Fall Festival. There, she met Ottilie Lucas, a … more
Books Worth Reading

Understanding Yourself In ‘The Age Of Overwhelm’

(NAPSI)—If you’re ever among the many Americans who feel overwhelmed by work or school; family or community; caretaking for others or your own health and well-being; or engagement in … more
Gift Ideas

What College Kids Need

(NAPSI)—To give college students something that’ll help them for years, consider these job search tools and resources. 1. Give books on how to successfully navigate the job search … more
School News & Notes

What You Can Do About ‘Education Deserts’

(NAPSI)—The U.S. Department of Education reports that nearly 57 million children will go to shool in America this year. Some of them live in what are known as “education deserts,” … more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4