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 Hit from behind very slightly no damage to either car police was not called is there a claim?

Answer Yes, you would be wise (and your policy contract requires) to report this to your company so they can investigate, and officially get from the other driver they are not injured and there is no dama... Read More »
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Do you think mothers that work full time while their children attend daycare are neglectful/slightly abusive?

If the law were to admit that, then how many parents would be in jail for neglect? they never would admit it bc the people who make the laws send their kids to these baby warehouses. money, money,... Read More »
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Is an early sign of pregnancy sensitive nipples two weeks before your period and slightly raised blue veins around them where you have never had these symptoms before and breasts are slightly fuller?

Answer yes that is a symptom, nipples do become sorer and veins more noticable, though this could mean many things gte a test to fid out for sure, if you ar pregnant you will strart to notice the ... Read More »
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What would cause a fever for 20 days and a sed rate of 98 in a 3 year old child with no past medical history neck glands slightly swollen cbc wdiff slightly off in the platletsShe loks healthy?

There is not enough information to answer. Please talk to your health care provider, who has taken a travel/social history, immunization history, completed a physical exam, knows how high the fever... Read More »
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What is the liquid in the eye called?

The first area of fluid within the eye is called the aqueous humour; it's a thick, watery-type substance located between the lens and the cornea. The second area of fluid is a transparent gel locat... Read More »
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