Physical Illness and Medical Needs of Women with Mental Disorders

Retrieved from A Public Health Perspective of Women’s Mental Health – Bruce Lubotsky Levin, Marion Ann Becker Introduction This chapter discusses the importance of providing effective treatment for physical or somatic conditions that co-occur among women with serious mental disorders. Providing high-quality healthcare for women with multimorbidities (e.g., a combination of several chronic mental and […]

22 Important Prerequisites for Successful Job Search

Retrieved from THE JOB HUNTING GUIDE – Ron and Caryl IGannich Over the years we have identified several factors that consistently contribute to job search success. While some of these factors relate to work skills and qualifications, most are personal factors related to attitudes and how one gets organized, uses time, relates to others, and […]

Introduction to Wardriving

Retrieved from Kismet Hacking [wireless networks] – Brad Haines, Frank Thornton, Michael Schearer In this section, we’ll briefly introduce you to wardriving and Kismet. Before you begin wardriving, it is important to understand what it is and, more importantly, what it is not. It is also important to understand some of the terminology associated with […]

The Risks and Hazards of Dieting

Retrieved from The Inside-Out Diet: 4 Weeks to Natural Weight Loss, Total Body Health, and Radiance – Cathy Wong You may be familiar with this scenario: one morning you’re watching your favorite talk show, flipping through a magazine, or browsing in a bookstore, and you find out about a new diet that’s getting miraculous results. […]

Tackling the effects of stress

Retrieved from Mental Health in the Workplace – The Mental Health Foundation The scale of the problem Work-related stress is the biggest occupational health problem in the UK, after musculoskeletal disorders such as back problems. Mental ill-health or distress is a major cause of sickness absence from work, reduced productivity and staff turnover. Stress is […]

Sacred Art – Who Has the Power to Define Art?

Retrieved from Why are artists poor – Hans Abbing Feeling Uncomfortable About Art Alex, who is both artist and economist, lives in a house with six adults and two children. They share a living room and eat dinner together. The other adults have above average educations and work in technical professions. Alex noticed that at […]

What Is a Career Portfolio?

Retrieved from The Career Portfolio Workbook: Using the Newest Tool in Your Job-Hunting Arsenal to Impress Employers and Land a great Job! – Frank Satterthwaite You first need a clear understanding of exactly what a career portfolio is and isn’t. A career portfolio is a collection of documents and other easily portable artifacts that people […]

Wireless IP

Retrieved from Wireless IP and Building the Mobile Internet – Sudhir Dixit, Ramjee Prasad The Internet era started in 1969. A family tree of the Internet is shown in Figure 1.1. The key driver for the Internet protocol (IP)-based network is a common application and service environment across multiple types of networks. In fact, the […]

Evolutionary Mobile Robots

Mobile Robots: The Evolutionary Approach (Studies in Computational Intelligence) – Leandro dos Santos Coelho Evolutionary algorithms have demonstrated excellent results for many engineering optimization problems. In other way, recently, the chaos theory concepts and chaotic times series have gained much attention during this decade for the design of stochastic search algorithms. Differential evolution is a […]

MaraDNS

Retrieved from Alternative DNS Servers: Choice and Deployment, and Optional SQL LDAP Back-Ends – Jan-Piet Mens Introduction MaraDNS has just about the smallest configuration file possible: four lines of configuration turn it into an authoritative DNS server. It can automatically create PTR records for hosts, which simplifies zone maintenance. MaraDNS, created by Sam Trenholme, is […]