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The most common sexual problems, according to Dr. Ruth

Questions about sex have barely changed since 1981. Courtesy of Amazon Publishing Dr. Ruth Westheimer is a psychosexual therapist. She launched the public-radio program “Sexually Speaking” in 1981. Since then, Westheimer says the most common questions she hears are about premature ejaculation in men and women with difficulties achieving orgasm. …

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Kiddom is using personalized learning in 70% of US school districts

Shutterstock A startup called Kiddom is in 70% of US school districts, and it’s quickly enticing teachers with the “personalized learning” model. Personalized learning uses technology to tailor lesson plans to individual kids’ abilities and learning styles. It’s been endorsed by tech giants like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg. If …

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Accounting can teach you about business

www.canstockphoto.com Ever walked out of a meeting, or read a memo from the executive suite, and said to yourself, “Why did they decide that?” Ever had an idea that you thought was great unceremoniously shot down with some vague comment about “the numbers won’t work.” Accounting and financial considerations are …

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Microsoft president says tech needs liberal arts majors

Microsoft believes that lessons from a liberal arts education are necessary for the proper development of AI. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images In their new book “The Future Computed,” Microsoft president Brad Smith and EVP of AI and research Harry Shum discuss the future of artificial intelligence. They argue that one of …

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Best tips for managers to keep millennial workers from quitting

There’s a simple trick for managers to keep their millennial workers from quitting. Shutterstock Millennials change jobs more frequently than previous generations. They might quit because they feel their work doesn’t have meaning. A manager can keep millennial workers from leaving by setting clear goals and assigning tasks that show …

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Why homeschooling is the smartest way to teach kids today

Matthew Hauck/FlickrHomeschooling isn’t what it used to be. What largely started in the 1980s and ’90s as a way for Catholic parents to infuse religion into their kids’ education now has more mainstream appeal. Homeschooled kids have the same access to online learning, friendships, and extracurricular activities as the typical …

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