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Incredibly Helpful on so many

Incredibly Helpful on so many levels -- Thank you for writing this. It's Brief and yet explains so much!!

This is so informative and

This is so informative and well written! Thanks John, this was very interesting to read!

This article was so helpful!

This article was so helpful! Thank you, and I do apologize for doing this but I would be very grateful if you answered a couple of questioins for me. First I send my gratitude too the genius mind behind this information and I wish you the best, and I was curious as too know if you had any knowledge as to how the Health/Medicine has evolved since the 19th century? I would also be forever thankful if you answered as to how has the daily life of an average child changed as our technology has advanced?
Again a thousand pardons too hastling you about this but please respond.

This helped a lot! Thanks a

This helped a lot! Thanks a ton!

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