Medicine and Drug: A Quick History

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The historical backdrop of medicine demonstrates how social orders have changed in their way to deal with sickness and illness from antiquated occasions to the present. Early therapeutic conventions incorporate those of Babylon, China, Egypt, and India. The Indians presented the ideas of restorative conclusion, guess, and propelled therapeutic morals. The Hippocratic Oath was written in old Greece in the … Read More

Abraham Lincoln and the Abolitionist

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Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States, is now and again viewed as a standout amongst the most vital people required with the abolitionist development. He utilized his capacity as President to see that he could do whatever he could to end subjugation in America. For example, he assumed a crucial job in the Emancipation Proclamation and issuing … Read More

US Presidential History – Part 2

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William McKinley led the United States during the Spanish-American War. The United States won several important overseas colonies.
Theodore Roosevelt was the first President to visit a foreign country while in office.
William Howard Taft continued many of Roosevelt’s policies. A conservative, he alienated the progressive wing of his party and lost reelection.
Woodrow Wilson After initially opposing World War I (1914–1918), Wilson … Read More

US Presidential History – Part 1

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George Washington The first President unified the new nation and shaped the chief executive’s duties. He refused to run for a third term.
John Adams He was the first President to live in the White House.
Thomas Jefferson Considered the most brilliant President, he wrote the Declaration of Independence, founded the University of Virginia, and was an architect, a farmer, and a … Read More

Importance of History

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“History is a story about the past that is significant and true.” This simple definition contains two words packed with meaning which must be understood in order to understand history.
History repeats itself. Who knows, what we learn right now about the past may come back to help us in the future!
In all cases, understanding History is integral to a good … Read More

A Look At The Longest Economic Recession In America

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Yes, the history of recessions in the United States shows that they are a natural, though painful, part of the business cycle. The National Bureau of Economic Research determines when a recession starts and ends.
From 1919 to 1945, there were six cycles; recessions lasted an average of 18 months and expansions for 35. From 1945 to 2001, and 10 cycles, … Read More