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Explore Nashville’s Historic Sites

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

There’s more to Nashville than what meets the ear.

We know all about the sounds – namely the live music and roar of the crowded streets of the Honky Tonk Highway – but what do you need to stop and …

How to Diffuse Defensive Behavior

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

By Ashley Laabs

Imagine that you have called a meeting with one of your salespeople to discuss her performance. She is a valuable member of the team who consistently closes sales, but you notice that she would be doing better …

Managing with Intention

Monday, August 21st, 2017

Becoming a manager is certainly something to be proud of — you have risen through the ranks of employees to an important position. However, with achievement comes challenge, and managing a team certainly has many challenges.

The key to excelling …

Does Active Sun Exposure Help Prevent Ovarian Cancer?

Friday, August 18th, 2017

By Dr. Marc Sorenson, Sunlight Institute

Ovarian cancer, like most cancers, is nothing to trifle with. There are 22,280 new cases of ovarian cancer and 14,240 deaths annually in the U.S. Compare that death statistic to melanoma, which has a …

Member of the Month Offers ‘The Total Package’

Thursday, August 17th, 2017

With two degrees and another in progress, work experience in education and marketing, and now a business to call her own at age 29, Mrs. Delaware 2015 has proven again and again that she’s so much more than a pretty …

Get the Insider Information on the Future of Tanning

Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

Due to the sensitive nature of most of the American Suntanning Association’s lobbying, legal and public relations efforts, only a small fraction of the information can be communicated in a public forum. That’s why the ASA World Summit Conference and …

Maximize Your Revenue for the Rest of the Year

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

By Grant Miller, Salon Consultant

Depending on where your salon is located, summer marks the beginning of the annual slow season. Typically, the first half of the year is the prime time to bring in new members, sell a ton …

Study Suggests Sunlight, Not Vitamin D, Eases MS Symptoms

Monday, August 14th, 2017

Sun exposure was significantly associated with less severe fatigue and depression in those with Multiple Sclerosis, while vitamin D levels were not significantly correlated with either symptom, in a study reported by the Vitamin D Council.

“This present study is …