Space makes for easier read

Medically Centered
While checking e-news the other morning, I chanced upon a compelling article. Writing in The Atlantic (05/11/18), James Hamblin cited a recent Skidmore College study whose findings spoke directly to me. This research supports a timeless refrain of typing teachers by asserting “all readers benefit from seeing two spaces after periods.” Mrs. Brewer taught us two spaces were proper and therefore expected. Fortunately, science seems


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