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A Brief History On November 30 1016, Edmund Ironside, also known as Edmund II or even Ēadmund Isernside (in Old English), was murdered on his “throne,” stabbed to death multiple times as he attended to “business.” Digging Deeper Why the quotation marks around “throne” and “business?” Because the poor guy was trying to go to the bathroom at the time of his assassination!  What a “crappy” way to die!  In fact, Edmund had only been king since April 23, 1016, so he barely got to enjoy the benefits of his time as king.  Other chroniclers have claimed the doomed king…

A Brief History Today, if you have finally decided to take on a healthier route in terms of your lifestyle, then you know a lot of things are going to change. Your daily routine will change and so will your diet and your general outlook on life. It’s only natural that once you take on a healthier lifestyle, you assign yourself a fitness goal. It could be losing weight, eliminating stress, getting stronger, or simply to feel better about yourself in general and to take care of your health as you get older. To help you achieve your fitness goal,…

A Brief History A recent ‘bedroom poll’ and a global survey conducted by the National Sleep Foundation, has come up with interesting statistics. One out of every three adults sleeps in their birthday suit. It is quite natural for people to prefer nude sleeping as it keeps you cooler and comfortable at night; however, many of you would be surprised to know that it is regarded as a healthier habit to sleep that way every night. Consider improving your health simply by taking off your clothes while enjoying a peaceful and restorative sleep at night. Let us discover some amazing…

A Brief History Since the end of the twentieth century, the digitization of information has brought forth a new wave of innovation in healthcare research and services. Big data in healthcare is generated from a vast multitude of sources: medical imaging, electronic health records, payer records, wearable and medical devices, pharmaceutical research, clinical trials, and genomic sequencing — just to name a few. The integration of big data in healthcare has opened up new research horizons for rare diseases and cancer. And as hospitals and clinics have begun to adopt new technologies driven by big data, they have been able…

A Brief History In 2019, surrogacy is not legally regulated in the Czech Republic and so is generally considered legal.  Surrogacy in the Czech Republic is a blooming business, but what exactly is infertility? Couples from all over the world are struggling with infertility at an increased rate, one that doctors are feverishly trying to keep up with. Throughout the world, surrogacy laws vary greatly. In many countries the practice is negatively regulated, or altogether illegal. Leaving many hopeful parents without any options in their home nations. Czech Republic is opening their programs to people of all backgrounds and family dynamics.…

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