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Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures

Abstract Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures, also known as PNES, are common events with physicians providing primary care and emergency medicine, pediatricians, as well as neurologists. The continued variability in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of the seizures has raised much interest. Therefore, the process of current work writing was negatively influenced by the lack of proper […] Read more >>

23.08.2019
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History of a Sign Language

The root of a sign language can be prehistorically traced back to the BC and up to the Renaissance period. A number of theories have tried to suggest the way a sign language originated by using scientific proofs supporting the views (Lucas, 2014). However, the precise origin of a sign language is not exactly known, […] Read more >>

23.08.2019
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McGovern’s Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln was the sixteenth, and perhaps America’s best-loved and respected president. What made him so popular and beloved? The people liked him for his intelligence, strong principles, and moral uprightness. Before his presidency, when he was rather young, Lincoln was a highly ambitious person and a self-taught lawyer. In the book about Abraham Lincoln, […] Read more >>

23.08.2019