If You Know Nothing About Venture Capital, Watch This First


Venture capital is a key component in the growth of technology companies, but do you know the basics of how it works? If not, we’ve put together a little explainer with Lego to get you up to speed.

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Inside The Mind Of Logic


Hip-Hop Cash Prince Logic takes FORBES backstage and inside his journey from high school dropout to top of the Billboard Hip-Hop/R&B Charts.

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The Accidental Actress


BAFTA award winner Michaela Coel never intended to go into acting. As a devout Evangelical Christian, she started performing poetry and a chance meeting led her to where she is today.

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10 Richest Americans Of 2016


You know the names, but do you know just how many billions they’re worth?

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I Got Weed In Five Minutes Without Leaving My Couch


A new service from marijuana delivery startup Eaze lets patients consult with a doctor for a medical marijuana recommendation using a simple app. One FORBES reporter tried it and had pot delivered to his door in minutes.

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Richard Branson Reveals His Customer Service Secrets


Forbes.com contributor and communications coach, Carmine Gallo, learned 7 valuable customer service lessons in a day with Richard Branson and the Virgin America team.

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Calvin Harris: From Supermarkets to Superstardom


Internationally-acclaimed Scottish DJ Calvin Harris describes his early struggles to break into the music industry and how he reinvented his sound, propelling his music to the top of the charts.

Music: “I Need Your Love ft. Ellie Goulding” by Calvin Harris
“Sweet Nothing ft. Florence Welch” by Calvin Harris

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The $750,000 Sneaker Collection


Amongst more than 3,000 pairs of sneakers in Mark “Mayor” Farese’s collection live some of the most rare Air Jordan’s, custom Air Force 1s, and exclusive kicks. Just don’t call him a sneakerhead.

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An Introduction To Orthodontics

When the teeth and jaws are positioned poorly, they can cause a number of problems. For example, they might place more pressure than normal on the muscles used to chew food. This can lead to headaches, shoulder pain, and signs of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ). The teeth may also be more difficult to keep clean. Bacteria may flourish in hard-to-reach areas, leading to an accumulation of plaque and tartar. Eventually, gum disease may develop.

Crooked teeth can also affect the patient’s self-image. One method of addressing these issues is with orthodontic treatment. A dentist trained in orthodontics can apply braces or similar appliances to reposition the teeth. Doing so can relieve the patient’s discomfort, improve his or her smile, and set the stage for better oral health.

Dental Problems That May Warrant Orthodontic Treatment

Most people are familiar with overbites and underbites. The former problem is characterized by front upper teeth that extend over the front lower teeth. In some cases, the overbite is so severe that the edges of the upper teeth touch the lower gums. An underbite is defined as front lower teeth that extend beyond the front upper teeth. This usually suggests the jaws are poorly positioned. Another common problem is crowding. Many patients have insufficient room in their jaws to support their teeth. This can occur if the jaw is too narrow, or their teeth are larger than normal. Some patients suffer a problem known as an open bite. Here, the front upper and lower teeth fail to make contact when the jaw is clenched.

Depending on the severity of the problem, the patient may be unable to tear food off using only the front teeth. Lastly, there may be large gaps present between the teeth. This can happen if the patient loses one or more teeth, and the others drift to the side. Or, the teeth may be smaller than normal. In each of the above cases, a dentist will examine the patient’s jaw and bite, and determine whether orthodontic treatment is a suitable option.

He or she will take x-rays, and make a model of the teeth to evaluate which approach – braces, retainers, etc. – offers the best chance of success. How Braces Improve Bite Irregularities As mentioned earlier, braces are one of the most popular orthodontic treatments used to resolve malocclusions. Small brackets are positioned on the front of the patient’s teeth. The brackets may be made of metal or a ceramic material that provides a more natural appearance. Archwires are threaded through the brackets, and periodically tightened to create pressure. The pressure moves the brackets, and thus the patient’s teeth, toward their proper positions. Rubber bands are often used to increase the amount of pressure. The length of time a person needs to wear braces depends on the severity of the malocclusion and his or her intended goal. Some people achieve their desired results within a few months while others need to wear your retainers or  braces for a year or longer.

Retainers And Aligners: Non-Permanent Orthodontic Appliances

A number of appliances that do not bond to the teeth can still prove effective for treating bite irregularities. A popular option is a retainer. It is often worn after braces have been removed, when the teeth are still becoming fixed in their new positions. A retainer keeps them from returning to their previous improper positions.

Aligners can also be worn on the teeth to resolve malocclusions. These work in the same manner as braces, but do so without brackets and wires. They are translucent, so they blend in with the patient’s teeth, and can be removed at the patient’s discretion. Millions of people cope with crooked or improperly-spaced teeth. Orthodontic treatment offers an effective way to correct them

Michael Phelps: Going Five Years Without Missing A Single Day Of Training


Michael Phelps, the greatest Olympian of all time, sits down with Forbes’ Kurt Badenhausen and discusses the highs and lows of his illustrious career.

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Blue Apron Vs. Plated: Are They Worth It?


Forbes 30 Under 30 list member chef Kelvin Fernandez talks through the pros and cons of each while cooking meals from the popular ingredient delivery services.

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