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Nepal Emergency Disaster Relief and Support | Pod VolunteerPod Volunteer

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Pod Volunteer - volunteering abroad
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In support of #NepalQuake @podvolunteer is raising money to send to affected regions of Gorkha and Lamjung. 100% goes straight to Nepal...http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/charity-web/charity/displayCharityCampaignPage.action?charityCampaignUrl=podcharitynepalearthquake

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Using data appropriately when analysing your online performance will help you reach your goals. Make the most of analytics to take the right decisions.
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Introduction - Art in Switzerland at Christmas | Martin Randall Travel

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How woul you like experiencing Holbein, Fuseli, Hodler, Klee and Giacometti this Christmas?

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How Music Makes Us Feel Better

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The idea that music can have therapeutic value is far from new, and the data supporting it have grown even stronger…

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Andrew McCluskey's curator insight, December 13, 2013 1:42 PM

Interesting summary piece from the New Yorker a few months ago - the main focus being a study in Japanon recovery rates of mice after heart surgery with some groups being exposed to music and some not.  The takeaway - along with other studies referenced is that music is good for you and can make you feel better.  There's an interesting essay from Kimberly Sena Moore who used this article to question the whole idea that it's just "Music makes you feel good."  Her point is that music does so much more than just help in recovery, there are so many areas in which music affects us that distilling it down to just making you feel good seems a bit sophomoric and basic.  You can read Kimberley's post here:  http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/your-musical-self/201312/music-its-more-feel-good

Angie Mc's curator insight, December 14, 2013 9:22 PM

Music heals and uplifts. 

Lindsay Ahmann's curator insight, January 11, 2014 9:19 PM

I found this article very interesting because this could be the next big thing in medical advances. If they find music to help the healing process, we could improve our surgical survival rates along with our recovery from other diseases. As long as the patient finds the music enjoyable, it is proven to show accelerated recovery. Being able to test this experiment and find positive results is really a cool thing because it shows how our body responds to certain noises and frequencies.

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Volunteer abroad with POD for life changing experiences. From working with orphans in Cambodia to elephants in South Africa. Career Breaks, Gap Years or volunteering holidays
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A Guide To Effective Decision Making - TMA World

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TMA World Management Training Blog - Effective decision making. Contact TMA World today for more information on management training and consultancy services.
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