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Trust No-one! Claims Of Professional Negligence Are On The Rise

Contributed Post Image Source   No-one is all-knowing and all-powerful. Even the proudest of business owners will occasionally need to turn to someone for advice, whether it be a financial advisor or a surveyor. But what happens if you put your trust in that expert, and their advice turns out to be useless even damaging to your company? This is known as professional negligence and it is alarmingly on the rise, with some companies claiming a 40% year on increase in the number of claims. There are now many professional negligence solicitors up and down the country specialising wholly in this area. Claims could include an accountant messing up your tax return, a financial advisor prompting you to take a bad investment or property surveyor…
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Welcome To The Real World: Three Of The Most Stressful Parts Of Adult Life

Contributed Post Stop me if this fact is too shocking for you, but adult life can be pretty stressful sometimes. When you’re young, it seems as though being an adult will be the best thing in the world. You have all the freedom you want, and no one can tell you what to do. But then adulthood rolls around, and you realize just how wrong you were. Of course, you do have freedom, probably more than when you were young. It’s just that that freedom is marred by the presence of responsibility. That’s not to say that everything about being an adult it a source of stress. But here are some of adult life’s most stressful situations, and how to navigate them. Striking out on…
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The Challenges On The Horizon Of Genetic Healthcare

Contributed Post Image: Pixabay   Genetic diseases, such as Huntington’s, Alzheimer’s, Down’s Syndrome and so on have caused unimaginable pain for countless people over the years. While new developments are in the works all the time, everyone in the field of genetic science knows that there are going to be various social, legal, and ethical challenges, particularly for those who live with disabilities. Some of the biggest challenges include the diagnosis and therapy gap, prenatal screening, and confidentiality. Here’s a closer look at these challenges, and what they mean for the future of genetic health care. Diagnosis/Therapy Gap Today, the ability to diagnose genetic conditions has grown exponentially. However, there remains a very significant time gap between the modern capacity to make a diagnosis and…
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Why You’re Definitely Gonna Want A Water Garden

Contributed Post If you’re already busy making fixes and additions and maintenance to your garden, you might think why you should go to the bother of creating a water garden. Or if you have a pond lurking on your property already, you might wonder what the point of lining it and tidying it up is. Well, these points are just about to answer you. Link to Photo The bonus relaxation points Gardening is a relaxing activity and your garden should be a relaxing place to be. Adding a water garden can only heighten that effect. Not only do a lot of us have a fascination with water and its almost meditative qualities. But if you have to deal with street noise, you should already know…
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Accident & Emergency – Shocking Facts From The Emergency Ward

Contributed Post I’m sure that most of us have watched countless hospital dramas. After al, TV shows like Grey’s Anatomy and ER have been incredibly popular throughout recent years. Maybe it’s because of the fantastic writing and acting, but I also think that there is another reason why these shows work so well. It’s because they are set in hospitals, something that most of us are fascinated with. These are the places where people fight for their lives and where life regularly begins and ends. Pixabay But how much do you really know about what goes on the hospital? Specifically, how much do you know about all the hard work that goes into keeping people alive in the emergency ward? Here are some facts and…
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