In today’s economy, it’s hard to create a life for yourself based on a minimum wage job.
Although the minimum wage was created to ensure a better life for Americans, it’s not always the exemplary choice in some people’s views. A great deal of Americans struggle to make minimum wage and barely make ends meet. Continue reading →
Whenever elections draw near, I find myself contemplating the legitimacy of all of the candidates; Democrat or Republican, Liberal or Conservative. As sad as it may be, it feels as though no politicians can be fully trusted anymore.
The people who we solely rely on to protect our freedoms can barely be honest with us? Shameful, in my opinion. Continue reading →
When I wrote my post about married men and prostitutes, I followed it up with a post about Scottsdale escorts, and put some thought into why the area has such a high amount of prostitution.
I of course made sure to include Phoenix escorts into the mix, as girl working as a Scottsdale escort is likely to be working as a Phoenix escort. I even got some feedback from someone with a suggestion as to why it’s such a hub for prostitution. Continue reading →
Common treatment of epilepsy and migraine headaches includes medications such as Topamax. Topamax, or Topiramate, is an anti-convulsant medication. Communication between the nerve cells relies on complex movements of electrically charged particles. Seizures and migraines occur when nerve cells collect and release too many particles, causing abnormal, excessive, or synchronous activity in the neurons. Topamax works by calming these excitable nerve cells, reducing the occurrence of seizures and migraines. Epilepsy and migraines are usually controlled, but not cured, with medication such as Topamax. Continue reading →
Persistent pulmonary hypertension, or PPH, is an increase in blood pressure in the pulmonary artery, pulmonary vein, or pulmonary arteries. Dr. Ernst von Romberg first identified PPH in 1891. Continue reading →