Recovering From a Car Accident: What to Do

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Car accidents are traumatic. It takes a long time to recover from the damage it’s done to both the car and your health. If you have recently been unlucky enough to have a car accident, you might be wondering what to do now. That’s why...

Why Disability Is Affecting an Increasing Number of Americans

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According to the World Health Organization, of the 7.7 billion people in the world, 15% of them have some type of disability. According to previous estimates, about 10% of the world's population had some form of disability. WHO states that some of the reasons...

TK-Report: “Widespread Deficiency” of dementia patients

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people with Alzheimer's dementia treated in Germany, often incorrectly or not at all. This is one of the on Wednesday published innovation report by the techniker Krankenkasse (TK). Overall, therefore, only 14 percent of the dementia patients TK-Insured is only a drug...

Media criticism: The Smartphone is to blame for everything, exclamation point!

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For the tenth birthday of the operating system Android, the Smartphone is ubiquitous, but it is also bad. Bad, bad, bad, if one follows the current debate. The Smartphone-criticism in Germany has managed a feat - she's blunt, to fail more and...

Builders forced d’invest in the car éelectric

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Presented at the Mondial de l'automobile in Paris, the new electric models that will be marketed in the coming months illustrate the forced march to the power between the manufacturers. A small manufacturer in california is there to remind them...