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Teaching a Patient to Accept New Organs

My wife and I are avid fans of TV medical dramas—the list has been endless over the years of the various series that captured our interests. One of the reasons we enjoy medical shows so much is that it gives … Continue reading

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Chasing Old Man Winter in the New Year!

January, this first month of the new year, always starts off with great hope and promise. Often, however, those feelings of optimism and expectation sour as the weather turns colder and the sun remains behind dark clouds for weeks on … Continue reading

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Does ALMOST DEAD Still Mean “Dead”?

When someone dies, they’re dead—right? Well . . . maybe not. And when someone dies at the hand of another, that’s labeled a murder—correct? Well . . . maybe! Sure, there are various degrees of murder—ranging from intentional to unintentional … Continue reading

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The Silent Criminal

Early in my blogging days, I wrote a blog describing the perfect drug as a murder weapon, and last year I wrote a blog about how to not get caught committing the perfect crime. In that blog about not getting caught, I … Continue reading

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A THANKFUL WRITER!

Here in the United States, it is Thanksgiving time—Thursday, November 22nd to be exact. It’s a day of fantastic food feasts, with the bonus of a long holiday weekend ahead. I hope the day is extra special for all of my … Continue reading

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Strychnine – A Dramatic Poison!

Historically, strychnine is one of the more popular methods that writers have used to kill off characters in literature and film. Even the queen of murder mystery writing, Agatha Christi, used this method in her works. The primary source of … Continue reading

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Why Do People Kill?

It’s a simple question, but people have been struggling to find the answer for centuries. In a previous blog I discussed the core legal definition of murder, but I asked this very question as I researched the subject. Law enforcement officials are … Continue reading

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