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Tattoo Removal

What’s the best way to remove a tattoo?
Although a tattoo looks like a simple painting, it’s actually a series of ink deposits deep within the skin – designed to last forever. 257 more words

Starting the Year off Right

Its official this is the last week of summer for the teachers of Washoe County. Teachers all around the county are frantically ensuring lesson plans, are ready curriculum maps are complete, and classrooms are decorated. 207 more words

1st Year Teacher

The State of Procedures in Nephrology Fellowships

Nephrology fellows have seen a decline in the number of procedures performed over the last several years. In fact, some have questioned whether or not it is even necessary to continue training nephrologists to perform certain procedures. 888 more words

Commentary

Killings Can Be Information (or Procedural) Disasters

In the aftermath of a rash of murders captured on mobile smartphones, and mass shootings of civilians and police officers, debate has focused on assigning blame. 629 more words

Post-Prosecution Pilot Program (P3): The New Kid on the After Final Initiative Block

Author: Stephanie M. Sanders
Editor: Adriana L. Burgy

On July 11, 2016, the USPTO announced the Post-Prosecution Pilot Program, or P3, which is intended to offer applicants another avenue for requesting reconsideration of a final Office Action without filing an RCE or commencing an appeal to the PTAB. 788 more words

The Patent Office

Corrective Procedures Offered by an Optometrist in Smithfield, NC


If you are like many people in the world today, you may suffer from blurry vision. This may be due to age or other medical conditions, and can thus affect your life in many different ways. 114 more words