how language and grammar affect the image of the medical practice?

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Sumerian cuneiform and Egyptian hieroglyphs go back to before 3000 BC. Of languages still in use, Greek goes back to around 1450 BC, and Old Chinese around 1200 BC.

I had my anti-biotics this morning 9.00am from my doctor for chlamydia

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Do jewish have any restrictions on medical practice ...

Absolutely! There are restrictions, as well as many leniencies, but this is not the appropriate venue for going into the details, which could fill a two-semester course or a thick volume. One example -- The Torah states "And you shall live by them (the commandments)," which the sages interpret "But ...

How can I expand my medical practice using IT solutions?

There are a number of things you can do. The easiest way to think about it is to look at all of the business processes you currently have and break them down into 3 categories: 1) repetitive tasks that are time consuming; 2) repetitive tasks that aren't time consuming; 3) non-repetitive tasks ...