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Nervous System Definition Biology

The most recent jobs report released these days proves that budget slicing is not a job creator, this is a job destroyer. The review shows that the private industry added 57, 000 brand new jobs last month, the particular 15th straight month associated with private sector job development. 542 more words


Another Ponzi Exposed As Long-Term Care Insurers Double Premiums To Stave Off Losses, by Tyler Durden

Long term care policies issued by private insurance companies often rest of faulty actuarial and investment return assumptions. If you have a long term care policy, you might want to read this. 366 more words


Medicine untold: An account from our patients 2 of 5

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By Wednesday morning, his second day in the hospital, 15-year-old Reece Meikle was delirious. He was breathing 100 percent oxygen through a clear plastic mask over his face. 2,232 more words

1920: Drag

Drag ball in the USSR, 1920’s

From a review of Dan Healey’s Homosexual Desire in Revolutionary Russia:

Famously, the Russian Revolution brought the decriminalization of homosexuality in an act both nearly unique in Europe and astonishingly advanced in a country with semi-feudal conditions in vast parts where religious hierarchy had long been a cornerstone of the state.

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Creatures of Connection

25 percent of Americans say that they have no deep personal connections. Roughly 80 million people. That number alone is staggering, but it becomes even more worrisome when you look at the negative impact emotional isolation takes on the human body, and on the mind. 1,087 more words


Ana de Osorio

Ana de Osorio was the Countess of Chinchon, a Spanish noblewoman assigned with her husband, the Viveroy of Lima, to a post in Peru.  The assignment came in 1630, and by all accounts, Ana was not thrilled to be leaving Spain for the New World. 279 more words

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