Miscellaneous

U.S. Health Care Most Expensive – Yet Worst – In World! Which is the Best?

The cost of basic (and not so basic) health insurance in the U.S. is BY FAR the most expensive in the world, and certainly among its "wealthy-nation" peers, yet, while It would be logical to think that, as a result of this premium, the quality of the healthcare offered would be among the best, if not the best, in the world. Unfortunately, that would be wrong and, in fact, the reality is the complete opposite.

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The World Of Colored Diamonds

Since 400 A.D., diamonds have been sought after for their beauty, their strength and their versatility...[but] it wasn't until 1953 that the four Cs of diamonds - cut, clarity, color and carat - were established by which all...diamonds are judged today. This article, with an accompanying infographic, looks at what each of these four Cs mean and how this knowledge can benefit you as a consumer.

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Sexual, Alcoholic & Drug Related Articles of Interest – Take A Look

munKNEE.com is a serious financial, economic and investment site with hundreds of thousands of visitors each month. That being said, the occasional diversion to off-topic subjects, like sex-related matters, drinking preferences and legalized marijuana have garnered significant interest. Below are 11 such articles.

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An Open Letter to Americans: “Canada IS Better!” Here’s Why

Most of the rest of the world (especially the U.S.) looks at Canada as the weaker, more polite North American cousin. We've even gotten pretty good at playing the second fiddle over the years. That doesn't mean, however, we don't sneak up from time to time like Donovan Bailey and claim a few victories over our Yankee neighbours. Here are 20 ranked reasons why Canada is way better than the United States, all selected by a true Canadian.

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Your Degree of Happiness Depends On Where You Live In the U.S. – Take a Look

Recent research has determined that there are significant degrees of happiness among Americans depending on what cities and regions of the country they live in and that, in particular, those living in cities with declining populations were exceptionally sad.. This post provides a make-up of the research and a map of the U.S. illustrating the various degrees of happiness - or unhappiness - by area.

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