Joel Friant: Serial Entrepreneur, Free Market Enthusiast and Creator of the ”Original” Habanero Shaker
Joel Friant is a serial entrepreneur, free-market enthusiast, success trainer, writer, and speaker. Joel has mastered many other fields including; home-based business, real estate, and product creation.
Turmeric has been used in many different cultures throughout history. It is commonly cultivated in Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia and a few other areas. For the past 4,000 years, people have used it to treat various ailments. In recent years, it gained more popularity in Western cultures. Experts estimate that about 1 billion people use turmeric for its health benefits today. It is also used as a food spice because of its unique flavor.
Aloha Construction often works on the roofs of homes with asphalt shingles, cedar shake, and sometimes even aluminum. However, what about those homes that dare to be different? There ARE other options out there if you are looking for unique, green, or sustainable roofing for your home. Use this Aloha Construction unique roofing guide to explore living roofs, solar shingles, and thatching!
According to statistics, businesses that employ equal numbers of women and men are 15 percent more likely to perform better than competitors with an unbalanced workforce. Also, companies with a more ethnically diverse workforce are 35 percent more likely to perform better than competitors with little diversity in the workplace. Experts said that being open to new ideas is a key component of any company’s success. With diversity, employers have the benefit of a wider array of perspectives that span multiple genders, age groups, ethnic backgrounds and more. Although these statistics sound good, only a few C-level positions are held by women in S&P 500 companies.
Medical technology and practices have been advancing at an incredible rate over the past few decades, and one of the premier breakthroughs in the space is CRISPR. At a high level, CRISPR is a process that allows editing DNA sequences and gene function, which opens up a world of possibilities when it comes to developing new medicine and treatments. However, CRISPR as we know it today is not a perfectly precise tool, as it requires the rewrite of entire subsections of DNA or a genome. A new breakthrough in a joint study by Harvard and MIT has resulted in a new process called base editing, which gives researchers the ability to edit minute portions of DNA. In other words, if a single word needed changing in a paragraph, CRISPR would require rewriting the entire paragraph with one word changed while base editing would allow changing the specific word itself.