“I am capable of handling the front office better than any trained receptionist”, he announced confidently. Standing behind the stack of books piled on his desk, 76 year old Mr. GT Arasu was not one to be apologetic about his age.…
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Diabetes Mellitus, commonly called “diabetes” is a chronic disorder. The most common variety, which is the adult onset or Type 2 Diabetes, is seen to start in adulthood.…
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By Noelle Nelson, Next Avenue Contributor
Recently, I facilitated a group discussion as part of pre-trial preparation regarding a catastrophic traffic accident in which there was considerable doubt as to which of the two drivers was at fault.…