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The history of the lawn
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The history of the lawn

Oct 25, 2017 by

There are few things quintessential to the American image as the perfectly cut lawn. If the ideal of America since the 1950s has been the suburb, the greatest hallmark has been the uniformity of the grass out front of every uniform house. But why is that? Why does America spend so much on landscaping every year just to create a plant that serves no...

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Improper Treatment
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Improper Treatment

Aug 3, 2017 by

The Karlin, Fleisher & Falkenberg, LLC, explains that though the prompt diagnosis of a medical condition will be critical, it is far more important that the diagnosis be correct. Sadly, serious health conditions do get misdiagnosed and patients end up undergoing treatments they do not actually need. Apart from the significant consequences a patient may suffer from not having their medical condition treated, it...

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Passenger Claims in the Event of a Cruise Ship Accident
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For more than 10 years now, the cruising industry has continued to be a very lucrative business. Every year, more than 11 million passengers from the U.S. alone make cruise holiday reservations, some even as early as six months before the cruise schedule (this is to avail of all the perks and discounts). Two major reasons that explain the continuous increase of passengers are...

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paralyzed after a car accident
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The spinal cord contains a large bundle of nerves that transmits signals from the brain to the lower half of the body. These signals control movement and convey sensations, such as hot and cold.  A severe injury to the spinal cord can result in the rupture of these nerves. When this happens, the brain can no longer communicate with the legs and pelvis, resulting...

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Effective Way of Eliminating Fears and Phobias
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Achluophobia or fear of darkness; Acrophobia/Altophobia or fear of heights; Aerophobia or fear of flying; Nyctophobia/Lygophobia/Achlouphobia or fear of darkness; Arachnophobia or fear of spiders; Ophidiophobia or fear of snakes; Hoplophobia or Fear of firearms; and, Panophobia/Pantophobia or fear of everything. These are just a few of the hundreds of other types of fears people may have (the American Psychiatric Association recognizes more than...

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