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Vacationing with a Purpose By Dian Thomas

I have been on the road for thirty-plus years and have never lost a pound while traveling. My biggest worry whether I am on a business trip or a vacation is how much weight I will gain.

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Teaching doctrine changes behavior better than teaching behavior changes behavior. I’ve long believed that freedom has doctrines just like a religion.

By Paul Mero
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By The Becket Fund
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If someone claims the human mind is the greatest power in the universe, ask him to create a blade of grass.

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Overreacting to Losing May Make you Lose Again

That’s one conclusion of a Brigham Young University study published this week by the journal Management Science. The finding is based on an analysis of two decades of data on NBA coaching decisions.

By BYU Media Relations
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Grieving Texas Community Gathers for Stay Family Funeral

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Utah ranks dead last in providing government support for family caregivers yet 89 percent of adults with disabilities in Utah are satisfied with their quality of life.

By Paul Mero