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Placental Screenings: The Future of Prenatal Care?

The placenta, or “afterbirth,” was previously considered a simple, relatively unimportant organ. However, over time, researchers have realized that it plays a critical role not only in fetal development and maternal health during pregnancy, but also in the long-term well … Continue reading

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What to Do If an Imprisoned Loved One Isn’t Receiving Medical Care

As a citizen of the United States, you are entitled to a number of rights that help you live a just and free life. However, these rights significantly diminish if you are found guilty of a crime resulting in imprisonment. … Continue reading

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Test stress: This law school exam season, take care of yourself

In a recent article for The American Lawyer, Joanna Litt recounted the suicide of her husband. She attributed his death to the stresses of his law practice and of being a partner in big law. I saw this article posted at … Continue reading

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Survey: We care what you think, and we need your help

We’ve prepared a survey about the blog that will take you at most five minutes to fill out and that will help us improve SCOTUSblog for you. We would really appreciate it if you would participate by clicking here. We take … Continue reading

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Illinois Child Support and Additional Expenses: Child Care, School, Extracurricular, and Medical Expenses

In this article we will explain how additional expenses are handled in Illinois child support cases. These include medical expenses and child care expenses. Read more detail on Recent Family Law posts –

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