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126. Timothy J. Jarabek Attorney J.D. Legal Research Provider
August 16, 2015

Attorney Timothy J. Jarabek Mr. Timothy J. Jarabek earned his Juris Doctor, Summa Cum Laude in 1997 from Case Western University, where he received American Jurisprudence Awards in Evidence, Criminal Procedure, Constitutional law, Property Security (UCC Article 9), and Commercial Paper (UCC Article 3). Mr. Jarabek’s exceptional Academic career culminated in his election to the Order of the Coif, a national legal honor society. He was admitted to the Ohio Bar in the Fall of 1997 after scoring in the 100th Percentile on the Multi-State Bar Examination. Mr. Jarabek has extensive experience in... (read more)

Author: Rafey Mahmud

127. Indian Alcoholic Beverages Market Outlook to 2020 - Inflating Demand for IMFL and Beer from Youth a
August 12, 2015

Indian alcoholic beverages market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.1% during FY’2015-FY’2020 Future Growth of India alcohol beverages market is expected to be driven by expanding reach of market players and increase in variants in alcohol. • Future market is expected to rise in IMFL and Beer segments. Ken Research announced its latest publication on “India Alcoholic Beverages Market Outlook to 2020 – Inflating Demand for IMFL and Beer from Youth and Women Segments” provides a comprehensive analysis on Indian Alcoholic beverages market and covers specific insights on the market size... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

128. Employ efficient cleanup agency for decontamination of death site!
August 09, 2015

Cleaning up of a death site can be a crucial job for any cleanup agency especially if it is not a natural death but a case of suicide. Suicide cleanup can be very different from the cleanup of the site of natural death. People involved in suicide cleanup not only play the mediator between the police and the family, roommates or the landlord but they are also expected to be very sensitive with high emotional quotient to deal with the grief of the family. Family can go through lot of stress and tragedy to face a calamity like suicide. The suicide cleanup agency has to make sure that unlike other... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

129. Best Practices to Conduct Summer School Programs
August 02, 2015

Have you ever found an old dried up sponge under your sink? It’s been there for ages, doing nothing; serving no purpose. Kids are natural sponges. It’s up to us to squeeze them a bit so knowledge can continue to be absorbed. A “program” is defined as “a plan of action to accomplish a specified end.” A program can be costly…but it can also be free. A “summer school program” can take place anywhere from specialized camps at universities to your backyard. The Summer School Program you decide upon for your child should accomplish the “specified end” a continued journey into lifelong learning.... (read more)


130. India's first Architectural Archives Centre
July 31, 2015

The CEPT University at Ahmedabad publicly authenticates its tradition of archiving by inaugurating its archival library and first exhibition at the hands of the eminent art and architectural historian, Prof. M. A. Dhaky today… CEPT Archives, for built environment, design and culture in India is envisaged to be the first-of-its-kind and most comprehensive resource centre in the country. The prime intention is to archive history by creating a data-bank of primary information related to architecture, planning, design, art and allied disciplines in the country. Dedicated to collecting, record... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

131. 4 Ways to Combat Microbial Infections without Drugs
July 28, 2015

There comes a time in everyone’s life where we need to take medication. Sometimes it is for a permanent condition; sometimes it is to help give us a boost to overcome an illness. Regardless, most people have, at one point used a prescription medication. Most are relatively harmless, but some can end up causing more damage than they prevent. Instead of resorting to medication, try fighting off infections with these four naturally anti-microbial foods. Garlic – Garlic has long been touted as a means of fighting infection. It helps to fight against yeast infections, fungus, parasites,... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

132. Don't Let Your Pneumonia Turn to Nerve Damage
July 02, 2015

They seem like they would be completely separate conditions. You develop pneumonia, a bacterial infection in your lungs, but you end up suffering from peripheral neuropathy, a form of nerve damage. How did this happen? It could have been because of the antibiotic drugs you were taking. Fluoroquinolones to Combat Infection Drugs such as Avelox, Cipro, and Levaquin fall into the class of fluoroquinolones. These antibiotic drugs are fantastic at combating infection. More than 2 decades ago these drugs found FDA approval to hit the market. Since that time they have been presc... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

133. Risperdal or Invega? They're Actually the Same Medication
June 29, 2015

Prior to 1993, the treatment for mental illnesses was spotty at best. It was understood why those who suffer from schizophrenia thought the way that they do, but the drugs just weren’t available to help treat the condition. Over the years, the treatments improved, and the drugs were better able to treat those who were suffering. Typical, or first generation, Antipsychotic Medication In first half of the 20th century, some barbaric methods were used to help treat those suffering from mental illness. This is where the all-too-true horror stories of the insane asylums came from wit... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

134. Is Your Vehicle on the Airbag Recall List?
June 18, 2015

It has been a number of months since the news was laden with reports about faulty airbags. After some investigative work it was discovered that the Takata Corporation had been supplying airbags to auto manufacturers that were defective. The deception ran deep in that some of the auto makers knew about the problem, but decided the cost of a recall was more expensive than the cost of a cover-up. When the news finally hit, it was a huge blow to these companies. Takata Airbags Takata Corporation is a huge Japanese company that makes safety equipment for various vehicle brands. Thei... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

135. Antibiotic Drugs Can Lead to Peripheral Neuropathy
June 17, 2015

Many people understand the basics about the nervous system. They know that there is a central nervous system that connects the whole body together and relays messages to the brain. However, the central nervous system is only one component of the overall nervous system. In fact, there is also the peripheral nervous system that connects the extremities to the central nervous system which then connect things to the brain. Nerve damage is likely to occur in the peripheral nervous system. That nerve damage can happen a number of ways. Physical trauma is a big cause of nerve damage. In fa... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

136. Taking Invega Increases the Body's Production of Prolactin
June 16, 2015

Invega is a popular antipsychotic drug. It works remarkably well to help balance out the thought patterns of those suffering from bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, ADD/ADHD, and many other disorders. It has been prescribed millions of times, and has helped a great number of people. This drug, however, was marketed as though it were entirely safe. The fact is that it causes an increase in the levels of prolactin in the body: which could have drastic effects. What is Prolactin? Prolactin is a naturally occurring hormone. The problem occurs when the levels of prolactin increase dramat... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

137. Androderm Testosterone Supplement May Put Your Life at Risk
June 08, 2015

As men grow older, their testosterone levels naturally decrease. This leaves them feeling winded more easily, with less strength, gaining weight around the mid section, and a decreased libido. These feelings drive them to their doctors, and after a short visit the doctor generally prescribes a testosterone supplement drug . These drugs help to revive and recharge the individual, but it comes at a cost. All drugs come with side effects. There is just no way of putting a foreign substance into your body and expecting it to only do exactly what it was designed to do. This is why there... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

138. Fracking Increases Triple Tragedy Accidents
June 05, 2015

There is no denying that fracking has had a major impact on the economy, the environment, and the people that live in the area. It has provided a lot of great jobs for people that want to work hard and make a lot of money. It has also, however, drastically changed the socio-economic status of many areas. One of the problems is that the surge in population has causes many more accidents. Some of these accidents are triple tragedy accidents. A Triple Tragedy Motor vehicle accidents are categorized depending on their severity. If you bump into someone, it’s just a fender bender. ... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

139. 1993 Saw Huge Advancements in Psychosis Treatment
June 03, 2015

Back in 1993 the way psychosis is treated was revolutionized. Prior to this time doctors only had access to typical antipsychotics, those are drugs that only help to control the dopamine levels in the brain but don’t control serotonin levels; or they could use an atypical antipsychotic that had such severe side effects it was rarely ever used. But in 1993, the pharmaceutical market saw Risperdal hit the shelves. And treatment was revolutionized. For the first years this drug was only approved to treat adults with schizophrenia. It was not approved for those under 18 years of age, and ... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

140. How to Get the Most out of Your Work Experience
June 03, 2015

The job market has certainly become very tight these days, and it seems that you have to have experience in all sorts of things before you will be offered a position. For this reason, unpaid internships and work experience positions are cropping up all over the place. The problem is, just because you have been taken on as an intern, it does not mean that you will actually learn the things that you need for your real job. You may learn how the boss likes his coffee taken, but when you head to a new workplace, their processes may all be different. So how do you make work experience count? Th... (read more)

Author: Jufcy Infographics

141. Your Migraine Medication May Cause Birth Defects
May 29, 2015

Those who suffer from migraine headaches know that controlling their condition is the best way to stay happy and healthy. For some it is as simple as watching what they eat and avoiding trigger foods. For others, it is using medication that will help reduce the frequency and duration of their migraine headache attacks. What many people don’t know, however, is that using migraine medication can have some very serious side effects. Topamax can Lead to Birth Defects The popular migraine medication Topamax has been known to lead to serious birth defects. Despite the evidence that... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

142. Talcum Powder Increase Risk of Ovarian Cancer
May 25, 2015

Talcum powder has been used for decades because of its incredible astringent properties. Millions of parents have used it on their babies’ bottoms in order to prevent diaper rash, and millions of women have used it in their own genital application in order to reduce chafing and discomfort. This product, however, comes with some serious side effects. When used in a genital application habitually (that is every day for years on end), talcum powder can lead to an increased risk of developing ovarian cancer. This problem has been known for many years, but there are still no warnings requi... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

143. Are Intrauterine Devices Safe?
May 18, 2015

Birth control initially hit the market in the early 1960’s. It was a huge medical advancement, and since then companies have been trying to find a way to allow an individual to use the birth control, but not to worry about taking a pill every day. There have been patches, discs, shots, and other ideas that hit the market and then disappeared from the market. One of those ideas, that pops up every few years, is an intrauterine device, known as an IUD . History of IUD’s Perhaps the oldest IUD known is the Saf-T-Coil. This device was sold for nearly 20 years starting in 1965, and... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

144. There is no Reversal Agent for Xarelto
May 15, 2015

Those who are at risk of blood clots know that without a blood thinner medication, they could end up suffering from a stroke. A rogue blood clot could end their life without notice. To reduce that risk, they take a drug like Coumadin or Xarelto. Unfortunately, that choice could also end up costing them their life. Coumadin has been around for over half a century. It was developed to be an anti-coagulant, and it has worked remarkably well for those who need it. The biggest issue, however, is that those on Coumadin have to keep going in for regular blood tests. The drug is hard to ... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

145. Jack the Ripper Map of Whitechapel & Spitalfields 1888
May 12, 2015

Jack the Ripper was a person of almost mythical stature who stills haunts us today. Many authors have tried to uncover his identity without success. In addition to this, no-one has managed to explain the terrible motive behind his hideous murders and why they ceased so abruptly. What is the identity of the man, known as Jack the Ripper, who, towards the end of the nineteenth century, held the entire East End of London, England, in the grip of unparalleled terror. And what of Spitalfields and Whitechapel, his killing ground? The squalid streets, alley-ways, doss-houses, public houses and ... (read more)

Author: Geoff Cooper

146. The Link Between Risperdal and Gynecomastia
April 29, 2015

In 1993 the way we treat mental illness was revolutionized. Until this point the only drugs that were available were typical antipsychotics (those that only treat the serotonin or dopamine levels in the body, but not both), and there was one atypical antipsychotic (a drug that helped manage both the serotonin and dopamine levels), but it had the dangerous side effect of lowering one’s white blood cell count. In 1993 the drug Risperdal hit the market. As an atypical antipsychotic it worked fantastically well, but it didn’t have the potentially deadly side effects that its precursor had. ... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

147. Clomid May Cause Birth Defects
April 28, 2015

In the 1960’s a drug hit the market that was designed to help those who suffered from irregular menstrual cycles. This drug helped to even things out, and one unintended benefit was that women who were struggling to become pregnant could now do so with much greater ease. Thus the drug became known as a fertility drug. Over the years this drug has helped countless women to conceive, and to bear children when they thought they would never be able to do so. It has brought in a lot of money for the drug maker and marketer, and unfortunately it has caused a lot of sorrow for those who take ... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

148. Nicotine from passive exposure to aerosols from electronic cigarettes - a short presentation of Flouris et al (2013) and Ballbar et al (2014)
April 25, 2015

The dangers of passive exposure to aerosols from electronic cigarettes is one of the factors considered in connection with electronic cigarettes, WHO believes pr. date, that passive exposure to aerosols from electronic cigarettes involves health risks. They recommend on this basis that electronic cigarettes should not be allowed to be used indoors, and that they are more or less regulated as regular cigarettes. The potential health effects of passive smoking of electronic cigarettes can be linked to various substances in the aerosol and are typical associated with hazards related to expo... (read more)

Author: Arne Johannessen

149. Nikotin fra passiv eksponering til aerosol fra elektroniske sigaretter - en kort presentasjon av Fl
April 25, 2015

Farer ved passiv eksponering til aerosol fra elektroniske sigaretter er et av momentene som vurderes i forbindelse med elektroniske sigaretter, WHO mener for eksempel pr. dags dato, at passiv eksponering til aerosol fra elektroniske sigaretter innebærer helserisiko. De anbefaler på dette grunnlag at elektroniske sigaretter ikke bør tillates brukt innendørs og at de mer eller mindre reguleres som vanlige sigaretter. De eventuelle helseskadene fra den passive røykingen av elektroniske sigaretter kan knyttes til forskjellige stoffer i aerosolen, og gjelder typisk farer knyttet til eksponerin... (read more)

Author: Arne Johannessen

150. Stevens-Johnson Syndrome can be Caused by Onfi
April 17, 2015

Most people do not have to worry about the skin condition known as Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS). But those who do have a lot to worry about. This condition is debilitating, painful, and can be fatal if left untreated. Worst of all, there are drugs that seek to provide relief to one condition but can cause this other. What is Onfi? Onfi is a drug specifically designed to treat those who suffer from epileptic seizures. This drug was made and developed in Europe, and it wasn’t until 2011, several decades after the drug was developed, that it came to the US. In just 2 years the ... (read more)

Author: Scott Sery

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