Author: Miguel Herrera

Miguel has been a part of the journey ever since Slimger started. He has a special curiosity for the events and stories revolving in and around business and personal finance. Miguel's work ethic is unmatched as he delivers balanced content to his readers.

Avoid Iceland, You’ll Thank Me Later If you have the unfortunate need to visit Iceland, there are a few things you should try to avoid doing in order to save you money, save you from embarrassment, or keep you safe from harm. Here is a list of a few things which are good to avoid while visiting Iceland, as recommended by Rick Scott J Cooper, an Iceland native. 1. Don’t Leave Your Coat at Home The weather in Iceland can change rather dramatically over a single day. While most days during the summer are predictable, you can still experience sunshine…

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Anthony Fauci Overview Dr. Anthony Fauci became a national figure once President Trump appointed him as a lead member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force. Dr. Anthony Fauci went to Cornell Medical College before starting his lengthy career at NIAID in 1968. Anthony Fauci became director in 1984 and became famous for his groundbreaking research in the field of HIV and AIDS. He helped with the development of effective drugs to shrink the growing mortality rate. Later efforts led by Fauci included spearheading government attempts to fight back against outbreaks of Ebola, SARS, and the West Nile Virus. He…

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What Is Medical Debt Consolidation? Paying off your medical debt is not as straightforward as other types of debt such as credit card or loan. As per the CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau), out of all the overdue debt recorded on credit reports, 52% relates to medical expenses. Although some efforts have been made to address this issue, the underlying problem is still stressing out a lot of people. Should You Go for Medical Debt Consolidation? It is important to note that medical debt does not accrue any interest. Although a healthcare facility or hospital will transfer your bills to…

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When you think of Memphis, you probably think of Elvis? Yes ok. But, what else is Memphis famous for? Yes that’s right, fantastic Southern food, music and an inviting atmosphere. Did you know that Memphis just founded in the early 1800s and has around 700,000 people? It has huge parks to explore, and plenty of places to try Creole food or Cajun food. And of course, don’t forget – rock n roll! So where’s best to get your Memphis fix of music, food, and rock and roll culture? 1) Sun Studio Sun Studio, also called “The Birthplace of Rock and…

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Once Upon a Mattress is a musical comedy that opened off-Broadway in 1959. Of course, it didn’t stay off-Broadway and opened later that year within the world-famous district. Once Upon a Mattress has been around since the 1950s, and during that time, it has gained quite a famous reputation that’s thoroughly deserved. It’s a common piece of stage literature for schools and community theatre groups alike, created by Mary Rodgers and Marshall Barer, and has been picked up for many theatre revivals and TV features over the years. Popular with audiences around the world, Once Upon a Mattress is a…

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If you are considering filing a “coronavirus bankruptcy” and you just received a “too good to be true” loan offer in the mail from Ladder Advisors or Polk Partners, listen to your gut instinct. Do you really think you qualify for a 3.99% interest rate? Do you really think that reservation code is especially for you? Check Best 2020 Reviews and find out the truth. If you are one of the many people that are suffering economically because of the global pandemic, please continue reading below. If you have no idea how to pay off debt, please continue reading below.…

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What Happened When Two Scientists Came Across an Exposed Water Crust? What if the early Earth was fully covered in water? New evidence from the water crust indicates that around three billion years ago, Earth was a water- world. If this study gains traction, it can revolutionize the way scientists study exoplanets and habitability. They might also have to re-evaluate how life originated on Earth. These findings part of a recent paper—co-authored by Benjamin Johnson from Iowa State University and Boswell Wing from the University of Colorado. The project began when Johnson found out from Wing that there was a…

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