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CareerBuilder predicts where the Jobs will be in 2013

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(Best Syndication News) – As the economy continues to recover, more jobs will become available, according to research published by nation’s largest employment website. CareerBuilder released their 2013 U.S. annual hiring forecast and they detail where the jobs will be this year. They expect hiring manages to employ slightly more full-time permanent employees in 2013 – 26 percent of the total number employed compared to 23 percent in 2012.

CareerBuilder hired Harris Interactive to survey 2,600 hiring managers and 3,900 workers over several industries and company sizes. The survey was conducted between November 1 and November 30, 2012.

Matt Ferguson, CEO of CareerBuilder, explained that over 60 percent of the responding employers said that they were in a better financial position than they were last year; forty percent reported increased sales over the last six months.

TFP5 compound shows promise to reverse Alzheimer’s Disease

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(Best Syndication News) - Researchers injected TFP5 molecules into mice with Alzheimer’s disease and were able to restore their memory function. The new findings were published in the January 2013 issue of the FASEB Journal.

Scientists at the National Institutes of Health injected TFP5 molecules into mice that had a disease similar to the Alzheimer’s disease in humans. To measure against a control group, other brain diseased mice were injected with a placebo. The mice that received the TFP5 molecules had their symptoms reversed and they had regained their memory while the placebo group continued to decline as expected. The TFP5 did not demonstrate any toxic side effects in the mice.

Current Mortgage Rates Today – Bank of America and Citibank raise their loan rates

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(Best Syndication News) Mortgage interest rates were higher today as lenders adjusted to the secondary lending markets (see the mortgage rate charts below). SunTrust lowered their rate while Bank of America, KeyBank, and Citibank raised them.

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Investor concerns centered on the Greek debt crisis last year, but as the New Year approached the focused moved to the fiscal cliff in the United States. Stock prices were hinged on comments made by President Barack Obama New Year’s Eve and later the Senate was able to negotiate a deal to avert the fiscal cliff.

LG Electronics taking pre-orders for 55-inch WRGB OLED TV

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(Best Syndication News) - LG Electronics (LG) is taking pre-orders for their 55-inch WRGB Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) TV in South Korea. The OLED TV will start being delivered in February 2013 to South Korea customers.

Over 1,400 retail stores selling LG TV sets in South Korea will be taking pre-orders for the 55EM9700 TV set on January 3, 2013. Deliveries should start the first week of February. The price is estimated at around US $10,000.

Extended Radiation Exposure could speed up Alzheimer’s disease in Astronauts

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(Best Syndication News) - A recent animal study suggests that cosmic radiation could speed up the onset of Alzheimer’s disease in astronauts traveling on deep space missions. The scientists published their findings in the journal PLOS ONE.

Senior study author, M. Kerry O’Banion, M.D., Ph.D., a professor in the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy, explained the cancer health risk factor due to radiation exposure in space has already been acknowledged. However, their researchers wanted to see if there was a risk for developing cognitive problems from the radiation exposure, which could lead to an accelerated onset of Alzheimer’s disease.

The Earth’s magnetic field provides protection from much of the radiation, but when astronauts travel into space they exposed to a variety of radioactive particles.

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