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How to Test the Smell Proofness of Ziploc Bags
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Ziploc bags are a great way to store food and keep it fresh. You can also use them for other purposes like storing clothes, organizing items in your bedroom, or keeping valuables safe when traveling. Have you ever wondered if the Ziploc bag is really smell-proof? If so, this blog post will answer all of your questions! This post will cover what makes a...

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How Does It Feel To Live With A Spinal Cord Injury?
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Injuries are painful and can put you through a lot of pain from the inside out. While the effects of some injuries fade away within a few weeks or months, some can keep troubling your physical, mental, and financial health for many years. One such injury is spinal cord injury. According to WHO, close to half a million people suffer from spinal cord injury...

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Bank Robbery Plans Foiled By Modern Day Tech
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The idea of bank robbery has been immortalized in American consciousness for decades. From movies, books, film, video games, music, robbers have been seen as everything as thugs to noble outlaw figures sticking it to an unjust society. The idea probably appeals to us for several reasons- the appeal of living outside of society’s norms and doing as we please, massive amounts of easy...

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Common Causal Factors in Swimming Pool Accidents
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It is known that swimming pools are not the safest recreational spaces. They are known to even take lives. This fact should make property owners and swimming pool owners more careful. They should enforce more safety measures and procedures in their pools to ensure that nothing bad is going to happen. This can be particularly important if the swimming pool involved is open to...

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Your Disabled Child can Receive Supplemental Security Income Benefits from Social Security
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The Supplemental Security Income (SSI), a U.S. Federal government that was created by the Social Security Administration (SSA) in 1974, was designed to provide cash benefits to: Disabled adults who have limited income and resources; People 65 years old or older who are without disabilities, but who meet the financial limits set under the federal benefit rate (FBR); and, Disabled children who are younger...

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