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  • Finding Your New Year Momentum

    New year, new you? As always, it depends. We are three weeks into the New Year, and it’s time to shake off that Holiday lull. Maybe resolutions are already fading, perhaps the weather is making you lazy, or you simply stopped wasting time on lofty New Year’s Resolutions years ago. This week is the perfect time to reconnect with passion and purpose for 2015. Make a mark on the New Year with these simple tips.

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  • Serial & The Power of Storytelling

    If the names Sarah Koenig and Adnan Syed mean anything to you, chances are you've been as engrossed in the gripping mystery of Serial as we have. The runaway hit podcast from the creators of This American Life refreshes the otherwise forgotten 1999 murder case of Hae Min Lee - bringing the trial’s debated details, unlucky mishaps, and glaring inconsistencies to life. Beyond simply rehashing ‘the facts,' Koenig sparks questions. As the 12 episodes unfolded, we found ourselves asking, time and time again: What really happened in those 21 minutes? Why the inconsistencies? What was the motive? Did he really kill her?

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  • Kelton to Sponsor Women In Research Events

    Kelton is excited to be sponsoring the WIRe (Women In Research) Fall events in Los Angeles and New York this month. WIRe was founded in 2007 as an informal networking group designed to introduce women to female colleagues in the research community. The goal of WIRe events is to facilitate networking, leadership, entrepreneurship, and other career development goals.

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  • Mobile Fitness Apps: A Fad or The Real Deal?

    The $24 billion dollar fitness industry continues to grow as the use of technology – both inside and outside of the gym – expands. Specifically, it’s the mobile app trend that continues to bolster this number with over 6,800 apps listed in the health and fitness category. As with most trends, there are two camps when it comes to fitness apps: the camp that believes this kind of technology doesn’t include tried-and-true behavior change methods, and is thus a fad, and the camp that believes it encourages and supports an active and healthy lifestyle, and is thus the real deal.

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