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Efficiency and Quality of Medical Tourism Industry Booming 2016 by kksingha on July 6th, 2016, 4:11 am
Over the past two decades, plenty of telehealth applications have been successfully implemented. Applications such as the transfer of digital photos and patient records and the use of medical video endoscopes to monitor patients’ physical examination have demonstrated great results. For many players, the introduction of telehealth in the global medical tourism market has been a profitable strategy.

Telehealth improves the efficiency, customer service, and quality of medical tourism services via enhanced coordination of care between patients and care providers. According to Transparency Market Research (TMR), the global medical tourism market is expected to exhibit a 17.90% CAGR from 2013 to 2019. A rise in the elderly population and the rising number of uninsured people are some of the factors expected to propel the global medical tourism market.

TMR experts answers a few questions with respect to the global medical tourism market:

Q. How would t...

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Flintstones be trippin by Char0n on April 3rd, 2014, 11:39 pm
What can I say... It wouldn't be enough to just chisel out some kind of comical cartoon about the phallic likeness of life on earth... No! The powers that be in the cosmos of the imaginary had to go and introduce an extra terrestrial with some seriously bizarre physiology like no eyes and eats iron and rests its tentacles on its mouth-womb-sphincter ...
But to go into the greater beyond with speculation that they already have begun to enhance this truly alien form of theirs with bio-tech... That's right cyborg-aliens... No this isn't some episode of deep space 9 or even next generation padawan epic remake of a book by Asimov ...this is astro-evolution and skepticism about reality as it really is...
So has anyone bridged the gap between the title of this entry and the first two paragraphs... Well if not and I'm guessing that it IS not... The missing legend of Zelda is that the title alludes to prehistory and the body points at fictional futures not meant for this world... Thank god! I am...

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FOOTBALL!!! by Schmungles on September 10th, 2009, 11:30 am
The NFL season starts tomorrow. Thank God. I love football, so for the next few months ESPN will finally be able to show something other than the same diving catch or long throw to first that they've shown a zillion times this summer.

My Picks:

Super Bowl teams

Pittsburgh Steelers

I'm a Steelers fan, so I'll admit some bias here, but there's no conceivable reason why the Steelers can't make it back to the Super Bowl. Unlike the offseason after Super Bowl XL, Rothlisberger hasn't had a near-fatal motorcycle accident and appendectomy, and aside from a few losses the group that went to the Super Bowl last year has stayed intact.

Someone from the NFC

Look, you have to have a team from the NFC in the Super Bowl, but I just can't think of any team that, right now, looks poised to make it. There's too many ifs. The Eagles could make it, if McNabb stays healthy. The Cowboys could make it, if they don't completely implode in the second half of the season like they've...

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Butterfly Life Cycle Video by Chia on July 27th, 2009, 4:34 am
The short person is away at her grandmother's, but I promised her I would post a link to her video. The butterfly life cycle, as explained by a kid who likes to vanish from in front of the camera. She'll be making more, but this is her first.

(For some reason it won't let me use the url BBCode so this is copypasta)
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To my loved ones: by NORMLme on December 26th, 2011, 6:27 pm
..."to surrender one's consciousness by an inch, is to surrender one's consciousness in total. Either reason is an absolute to a mind or it is not -- and if it is not, there is no place to draw the line, no principle by which to draw it, no barrier faith cannot cross, no part of one's life faith cannot invade: one remains rational until and unless one's feelings decree otherwise." - Ayn Rand
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