Mark's specialty areas include health, nutrition, personal finance, automotive technology, transportation and travel.
Mark's interests include physical fitness, music, current events, self-help, personal development and world history.
Mark studied automotive technology at Western Technical Institute, where he learned about engines, transmissions, brakes, suspensions, air conditioning and electrical diagnosis/repair. He graduated with an Associates of Occupational Studies.
Mark studied at MVTI to learn the skills required to get his commercial driver's license. He learned all the basic requirements regarding the safe operation of commercial vehicles and how to safely inspect an 18-wheeler before taking it on the road.
Mark has written a number of health-related articles for clients from around the world. Subjects he has written about include exercise, weight-loss, disease, sleep, dental care, nutrition, smoking, back pain, mental health issues, blood pressure, eye care, skin care and cancer.
Mark has written extensively on the subject of nutrition. Much of the subject matter concerned various types of foods (fruits, vegetables, meats, processed foods, GMOs) and their effects on human health.
Mark worked in the automotive field for 6 years, between 1997 and 2003. He worked at two different GM dealerships as a general technician, performing a variety of different repairs, inspections and maintenance services.
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