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"Buy land, they're not making it anymore." — Mark Twain
Not your average neighborhood. Manalapan, FL tops the list of priciest zip codes

Manalapan, Florida takes the No. 1 spot on Forbes’ 2016 list of America’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes, with a median listing price of $7.86 million, but New York reigns supreme, claiming six of the top 10 slots and a dozen of the top 25. Atherton, Calif., which ruled the list for three years in a row, falls to third.

Demand for high-end homes is finally waning after six years on the boil, as even the ultra-wealthy are proving less inclined to scoop up high-priced properties than they were a year ago. Signs of a slowdown are clearest in Silicon Valley, but sellers in other high-priced havens would be wise to stay humble: Their hometowns could be next.

The low-cost tool aiming to elevate human rights
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Over 80,000 children per year develop drug-resistant tuberculosis. A pediatric version of TB medication doesn’t exist, so doctors break apart adult doses by hand – which is often an inefficient method for treating the disease.

“Around the world children are dying from this curable disease because we’re not giving them the treatment they deserve,” said Amanda Zieselman, executive director and cofounder of Health Advocacy Innovations. Her company designed a low-tech tool that cuts and dispenses the right amount of medications a child needs.

The 23-year-old graduate of Dartmouth College started the non-profit with a fellow student while they were in school. “There’s no financial incentive for pharmaceutical companies to create these pediatric formulations," Zieselman says. "Globally we’re neglecting our children. The fact that many people don’t have access to quality healthcare around the world is something I’m really driven to change.”
The benefits to having friends at work

Work-wife, work-husband, work-friend, coworker, or whatever you call them, we all have that one special person at work who helps the day go by a bit faster. Not only can they add some fun to a boring day, but, according to a recent poll, they can also improve your performance and productivity.

Gallup found that those who had a best friend at the office were 43% more likely to receive praise for their work. A separate study found that 46% of professionals around the world believe work friends are central to their overall happiness. Don’t have a work friend? Try coordinating trips to get lunch or an after-work happy hour, and you’ll soon see 5 p.m. come around sooner than you expected. 
Here's what to do if your app idea already exists

Let’s say you have a great idea for an app, an app that will simplify your day and help your overall wellbeing. You want that app so badly you look up guides to building one and start working on it. But, in your research, you find similar ones already exist. Even so, you think yours would be the best of the bunch. What do you do?

First off, ask yourself: What makes your product unique? Focus on those elements when sharing your message and mission with potential users. From there, find users already on similar apps and get their feedback about what does and doesn’t work. After doing your research, go build the best app in the space and offer something different, make your app free or pack in more value than your competition. Soon, the downloads will start pouring in. 
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