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Medicaid Expansion By The Numbers 2014

The Medicaid expansion will definitely cost much more considering the previous figures. For example Alabama’s total medicaid for FY 2012 was an astonishing 5,630,000,000. Checkout the following infographic for more informative statistics: Via: Potashnik & Associates ...

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Concussions & Brain Injury Facts

Although, we suggest and follow many precautions to take care of our head while playing, driving and other activities.. Many of us still get hurt somehow. Brain injuries can range from mild to severe. The following interesting infographic provides some stats about brain injuries. Check it out yourself: Via: MSAInjuryLaw of NYC ...

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Characteristics Of A Burglar

According to the following interesting infographic on Burglars, most of the times the burglar lives within 2 miles of the burglary spot. And usually completes the burglary within 12 mins on average. Checkout the following infographic for more stats: Via: NYC White Collar Criminal Lawyers JP Law ...

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Importance Of Safety Switches

There are many factors based on which your home safety depends. Your property safety is the first and foremost thing for any residence or home owner thinks about. If anyone thinks or plans to buy or sell any property or house, building for commercial or residential purposes the first obligation that arise is about its electrical safety. During any property transfer such as a house or a commercial building i ...

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The Perks Of Online Shopping

Shopping online can be a real pain if you are new to it. However, sometimes even the most experienced ones can get into trouble. There can be multiple factors for that; sometimes, the items on display are way too expensive than your budget, and occasionally you don’t find the right kind of items online. At times, you don’t get what you watched on your computer, and sometimes the order does not even get deli ...

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Pay Per Use Electricity – A Better Option

Pay-per-use electricity is a new prepaid concept for consumers living in a state with a regulated electric industry.  Previously, people used to calculate the consumption of electricity by looking at the spin of the round dial in Electric meters mounted outside our homes. But with the evolution of smart meters, which uses prepaid method, people can directly see the cost of electricity spent and how much mor ...

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New Geotube Technology Can Rescue Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

You probably have heard that Australia's government okayed the significant expansion of the country's seaport of Abbot Point, which will be turned into one of the world's biggest coal ports. This expansion will result in the removal of more than one hundred million cubic feet of sludge from the seabed that will be dumped into the ocean near the World Heritage location of Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Just ...

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4 Things That May Stop You From Being Confident

Confidence is a misunderstood concept. Quick fixes to our outward appearance like a new hairstyle or wardrobe may seem like the solution for feeling attractive and stylish, but this feeling is fleeting. Before you know it, the vicious cycle of self-loathing starts all over again and with each high you come off, the dark circle becomes more threatening. To gain true confidence, it has to come from within and ...

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Texting and Driving: A Dangerous Decision

In 41 states and the District of Columbia, texting while driving is banned for all drivers, but that doesn’t stop people from doing it. Neither does the fact that distracted driving killed3,331 people in 2011. Of course, distracted driving covers a wide variety of behaviors, but when you consider that between660,000 and800,000 people are driving and using their phones simultaneously at any given time during ...

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Ramifications of Drunk Driving With a Minor in Your Vehicle

On the night of Oct. 12, 2013, a Massachusetts man was driving along Interstate 291 in Springfield with four children when his vehicle flipped over after colliding with another car. According to police, the children, who ranged in age from 1 year old to 10 years old, sustained non-life threatening injuries. The man was arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol. It's accidents li ...

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