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Canadian ice wine- nothing can match its taste and flavor

20th May 2011
According to a Journal on Wine, not Bordeaux, not Champagne and not even Port, but the Canadian ice Wine touts to be the second highest priced bottle in wines all over the planet. Slowly becoming a world tradition, even then Canada remains the largest pro... Read >
Author: pellericewine

Dealing with Death and Dying: Nursing Assistants

27th October 2009
Nursing Assistants are a unique group of individuals who are dedicated to providing patients with the best possible care. They work hard to make sure their basic needs are met. They often go the extra mile to provide patients and their families comfort. T... Read >
Author: Fritz Poole

Strange, Obscure, and Funny Laws of The United States of America

29th September 2009
Hundreds of long-forgotten laws remain on state books. The reasons for their existence often remain a mystery but, frequently, are more than likely moral compasses of the times in which they were enacted. In Alabama, do not put an ice cream cone in you... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Weird, Dumb, and Funny Laws of Texas - Hilarious Statutes

09th September 2009
Most states have some weird, dumb, or funny laws. Texas has several of them. They are aimed at everything from trains, marriage, and ranching, to encyclopedias and alcohol. One funny law in Texas determines what happens when two trains meet at a railr... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Pros and Cons of Steppers

27th March 2008
Condition if used correctly, stepper machines provide a good workout for your legs and glut muscles, as well as a low impact cardiovascular workout for your heart and lungs. One of the biggest mistakes that most people make when using a stepper machine is... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Radiofrequency Neurolysis of Facet Joint

23rd May 2007
What is radiofrequency ablation (RFA)? Radiofrequency is a means of interrupting pain signals. An electrical current produced by radio waves is used to heat up a small area of nerve tissue, thereby decreasing pain signals from that specific area suppli... Read >
Author: BrainBox
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