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  1. SCARTHALIE@HOTMAIL.COM
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    Which would be gramatically correct?

    The patient has a history of falls.

    The patient has a history of falling(s)?





    & why??


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    Re: Case manager

    Both are grammatically correct, but you will more usually hear #1.

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    (...especially from the lips of a case manager!)

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