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 What does "No approved therapeutic claims" actually means?

Answer It means that the product has not been tested for any therapeutic benefits.
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Do disability claims for RA get approved?

Social Security claims for rheumatoid arthritis are approved if the person is unable to work for at least 12 months due to the condition. People must meet income guidelines to get approved for SSI,... Read More »
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Actually what means cross liability?

Cross liability, sometimes referred to as "Joint Liability"is an instance where more than one person or entity is considered liable for a loss or injury.
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Has FDA approved the claims of the benefits of alkaline water?

If you go to the FDA website and do a search for Alkaline water you will find many references and articles related to it. I did a search and found nothing that would indicate an "approval". In fact... Read More »
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Semper fidelis actually in Latin means Faithful Always - its like Spanish?

Semper means "always" and fidelis means "faithful". I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "it's like Spanish?"
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