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Small growers at the mercy of middlemen

MIDDLEMEN are individuals/business concerns who perform various marketing functions involved in the purchase and sale of goods as these move from producers to consumers. They are classified as commission agents, brokers, wholesalers and retailers. The middlemen play the role of an institution between producers and consumers. But in Pakistan it …

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The Impact of Exercise on Your Mental Health

People know that exercise can improve physical health. Exercise is regularly recommended by medical professionals to improve diseases such as cardiovascular disease, obesity and diabetes. But exercise is not commonly a significant part of a treatment regimen for people who suffer from mental health problems such as depression and anxiety. …

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Role of Parents in Early Childhood Development

Early childhood, an age between 2 to 7 years of life is an important  phase of development. This phase is crucial for physical,social,emotional and cognitive development. The reason is that children just moving from infancy, which is dependent  and less social phase of development. Due to increase physical development, children …

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Memory and Study Strategies

As individuals  move through adolescence and early adulthood  years,they are faced many educational and work tasks  that require effective memory and study strategies. Some important and effective strategies are as follows: Pay attention and minimize distraction: Paying attention helps you remember something …

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A Mind Strengthen Memories

Our memories are strengthened during periods of rest while we are awake, researchers at New York University have found. The findings, which appear in the latest issue of the journal Neuron, expand our understanding of how memories are boosted—previous studies had shown this process occurs during sleep, but not during …

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