Prior Cesarean Delivery May Increase Risk of Labor Complications

There used to be an old saying that “Once a Cesarean, always a Cesarean,” implying that natural birth after a Cesarean, or “c-section” delivery would be difficult at best. But is this really accurate?

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Discrimination

Once the 1970 anti-discrimination law was on the statute book, individuals gained the right to challenge discriminatory practices. They used it to extend it by litigations, which widened the boundaries of the employment laws to include discrimination on the grounds of race or gender. They also sought and gained financial compensation from employers who failed to live up to their legal obligations. In 1993 a court case removed the ceiling on compensation awards in sex and race discrimination and thus made discrimination a costly business for employer. Within two years average award in sex discrimination cases had risen by 31% and in race discrimination cases by 63% (Equal Opportunity Review 1994 no 67 1996).

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The Writers Appear to be Headed for Another

The writers at Y&R must all be sitting around thinking, “let’s add some drama to the Sharon and Nick baby story”. And what kind of drama do you think they are adding? Having Nick and Sharon agonize over whether or not they think the baby could be Matts’!!!!!! Of course the fans know, or believe they know that this is absolutely not possible. But soaps have a way of turning the impossible into the possible with just the stroke of a pen.

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So Long, Farewell

Ross and Katy are on their way off the show, but what a show they have put on for the fans.

Well I think that Tricia and vision Ross have just about reached the end of their great run on the show. After what happens in the next few days Tricia will not have any where else to go but a padded room I think. But what a run it has been.

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