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Health Care Vs. Health-Care Vs. Healthcare: The Debate Continues

Synopsis The term “healthcare” will eventually become widely accepted as one word, not two, whether die-hard grammarians, linguists, and editors like it or not. Our language, and any discussions about health, will be greatly improved by ending this battle. The … Continue reading

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10 Common Mistakes To Avoid When Self-Publishing Your Non-Fiction Book

Synopsis If you have any hope of your book becoming popular and selling, it must look and read like a professionally designed and edited book. This will immediately show your audience that you have respect for yourself, your readers, and … Continue reading

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10 Common Mistakes To Avoid When Self-Publishing Your Non-Fiction Book

Editors Note: This post has been completely revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Click here to read the new post. If you have any hope of your book becoming popular and selling, it must look like a professional book. … Continue reading

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A Nurse’s Guide For Prescribing The Possessive Apostrophe

The Possessive Apostrophe: A Nurse’s Guide Synopsis Where, when, and how do we properly use the possessive apostrophe? Contrary to a belief that is gaining popularity in America and England, the possessive apostrophe is not archaic or quaint. So, without … Continue reading

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The Battle Over “Healthcare” in America Today

Editors Note: This post has been completely revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Click here to read the new post. Introduction Or is it “health care”? Or “health-care”? The battle over how to properly use the term “healthcare” has … Continue reading

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