Why should there be a certification of websites for health info?
see for some intricate dieseas and hygine u must rely onlyon the real certified doctors certificate before u act as you should feel the complication one may get due to poor knowledge or mislead knowledge and it may cause death too.. so be cautious to check the certificate or even consult your family doctor about the sites and the medicines or pill they priscribe beware u may loose ur kidney so be safe and doubly ensure !!
by whoisbid 6 years ago
Why do you need a teaching certificate?A friend of mine has a PhD in a topic that schools require teachers for but he can't legally teach because he does not have a Teachers certificate. Is this system correct? Why should he be prevented from teaching if he is more qualified on this subject than...
by ngureco 2 years ago
Why Should You Use A Fountain Pen When You Can Use Ballpoint Pen?
by Rachel Koski 3 years ago
How do I file a DMCA complaint with a site that has not contact info?I have two copyright infringement issues with websites that have no obvious way of making contact with the "author" in order to give them notice of a DMCA complaint. One is wiki.kolab, the other I've never heard of and...
by Keely Deuschle 5 years ago
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by Celeste Wilson 5 years ago
Why should we travel for leisure? Why can't we just stay home and rest?I think travel allows us to appreciated our own culture and luxuries. It also helps us to learn about our world.
by Jesusjohn78 2 years ago
Everyone hates the "rich" and I do not understand why. I was always under the impression the American dream was to become successful and stay successful? SO why are we always trying to punish the rich?
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