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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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Subsys Side-Effects
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Subsys Side-Effects

Oct 19, 2016 by

Only three years after Insys Therapeutics, Inc., placed Subsys on the market in 2012, the drug has already earned record profits for the company, earning $147.2 million for Insys during the first six month of 2015 alone. Subsys is the first and only fentanyl sublingual medicine that is sprayed under the tongue and which claims to be able to relieve adults with cancer from...

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Taxotere Manufacturer, Guilty of Violating Patients’ Trust?
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Hair loss is a common symptom among patients undergoing chemotherapy; their hair usually grows back within three to six months after treatment has stopped. About 10-15% of women, who were treated with Taxotere, however, reported no hair growth for as long as ten years after chemotherapy treatments. Permanent hair loss, or Alopecia, comes in many different forms, including: Baldness; No hair growth under arms...

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