Monthly Archives: November 2016

Successful Cesarean

Recently, Czech researchers discovered documents confirming the first successful Cesarean in Europe. In 1337, during the reign of John the Blind, Beatrice of Bourbon gave birth to her only child through a successful Cesarean operation. Although the young consort suffered … Continue reading

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More than a Balancing Act

The United States has been trying to balance its budget for many years. Most households try to balance a check -book or balance work time with family time. However, most of us never think of balancing ourselves, i.e., our bodies. … Continue reading

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Necessarily, a Good Idea

“Necessity is the mother of invention”, is a proverb that, in one form or another, has been around as long ago as Plato. The first English record of its present form and use goes back to 19th century Scotland. No … Continue reading

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A View from the Poor

On the edge of the inner city community adjacent to my community stands an Audi’s, a cut-rate super-market run by a German company. While I do not shop at Audis’ exclusively, I do shop there about once every six weeks … Continue reading

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