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Selling Your Home? You May Not Know About This Tax Break

06th November 2012
According to economic indicators, home prices are beginning to rise ever so slightly. Specifically, in 84 of 100 of the top markets, prices have increased at an annualized rate of 3.3%. It's not much, but it's definitely a welcome relief for the housing... Read >
Author: DanielTorelli

Why Sports Massage And Basketball Go Hand In Hand

25th November 2010
Why Sports Massage And Basketball Go Hand In Hand Sports massage and basketball go hand in hand. In fact, basketball players that need to be in peak physical shape ahead of each competitive game will profit immensely if they are able to get the right k... Read >
Author: tonymarkoss

West Coast Trail-Chez Monique

23rd November 2010
The West Coast Trail has many great places to stop and enjoy. Chez Monique unites east with west, right on the beach along the trail. This is a unique stop, offering some of the most missed things on this mult-day hiking adventure. The 77 km of rugged we... Read >
Author: coastalbliss

Your Hand Sweating And The Iontophoresis Treatment Option

11th May 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Lynsey Carter It can be extremely difficult to have to cope with any sweating problem whether it may be your sweating underarms, your sweaty feet, or just your sweaty hands. These sweating conditions can often lead to feelings of emb... Read >
Author: Lynsey B Carter

L- Carnitine- Dramatic results for treating Hyperthyroidism and Overactive thyroid

08th October 2008
The first studies published in the modern literature on the effects of carnitine in hyperthyroidism came from post-war Germany in 1959, with the observation that carnitine had an impact on the hyper-functioning thyroid. Three years later the same rese... Read >
Author: mythyroid

7 Facts about Antidepressants the Pharmaceutical Companies Don't want You to Know

22nd August 2007
Are SSRI's Beneficial or Detrimental? 1) SSRIs cannot cure depression - Nor are they designed to Selective Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitors are designed to block the body's natural re-uptake of serotonin so that more serotonin is available to act on re... Read >
Author: Gregory Park
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