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(CNN) – Last night I suspected my son had snuck onto my iPad and read "To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others," by this week's CNN Profiles guest, author Daniel Pink.
My son is in the 6th grade. He has been using the hard-sell technique on his pitch for his parents to buy him a new computer. It hasn't worked. Last night he changed gears as he was doing his homework on my wife's computer.
"The operating system on mom's computer is too old to operate the latest apps," he told me. Then he listed the best new educational apps he was unable to download on what, a few years ago, was a state of the art operating system.
That moved me a little towards his goal.
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(CNN) – It’s cold and flu season. If you’re suffering, you may be surprised to learn that you could be feeling better in as little as 30 minutes, using a treatment that medical professionals have been giving themselves for years, according to Jack Dybis, a Chicago-based trauma surgeon:
[:12] “There’s a reason that everybody in medicine has been doing this for years. It’s kind of like medicine’s little perk.”
Dybis is the founder of the Revive Hydration Clinic in Chicago, which uses intravenous fluid treatment to alleviate cold and flu symptoms and cure hangovers – any maladies that are associated with dehydration. FULL POST