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Wireless Property Failed to Exist

Wireless property failed to exist.

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Problem - Caution - Recommendation

Pressure exerted on the median nerve at the wrist can cause a sensation of tingling and numbness in the fingers.

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Social Media Tripping

Can ties to your social media devices cause a disorder?

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Our Digital Futures

We have a wonderful chance if we respect all life.

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Ups and Downs of Technology

Technology is great, but lets look quickly how it has changed our lives.

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Why Technology is Important in The Medical World

I have spent several weeks inside hospitals recently on the excuse of "research". Surprisingly so, many of them allowed me to stroll through with ease. I felt like a visiting MD or an interning Nurse. The reason for these visits was to see for myself how the process of "Medical Billing" or "Administration" tend to be so traditional; vintage even. This research, which I comprised into this "University Format Essay", dives into the subject of technology and nursing. I chose nursing because lets face it, nurses tend to be more liberal or open-minded about technology than they’re MD superiors.

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Is Your Internet Use Shrinking Your Brain?

I may have to write faster, before my brain disappears.

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Regions Where Germs Lurk Phones and Computers

Fecal bacteria can survive on hands and surfaces for several hours, especially in warmer temperatures, and can easily be transferred by touch to door handles, food and mobile phones. These germs are then easily transferred to other people, with potentially lethal effects.

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Five Hours in Front of Computer Fast Death

Five Hours in Front of Computer Fast Death.

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Written Language in The General Education Classroom

Here are some wonderfully innovative ideas I have used to introduce my students to written language.

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