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Treating Acne Rosacea

25th November 2014
What Is Acne Rosacea? Acne rosacea is NOT regular acne, although the two can share similar symptoms. With acne rosacea, facial redness and dilated facial blood vessels are present. The tell tale difference is the absence of blackheads. Acne like pus... Read >
Author: shay

Useful Eye Care Tips for Women of Any Age

04th November 2011
According to the World Health Organisation almost two thirds of blind people worldwide are women and girls. Women are also prone to develop dry eye problems more than men. There are several ways to keep the eyes healthy to prevent serious eye problems fro... Read >
Author: Kate Dawson

The Importance Of Sodium Hydroxide In Certain Domestic Cleaning Agents

23rd March 2010
The chemical is known to be one of the strongest bases in the realm of chemistry. While the chemical sodium hydroxide is best seen in industrial plants or chemical laboratories, it is incorporated in so many products that it is hardly unseen at homes. So ... Read >
Author: joalesto

4 Important Reasons to Stop Smoking

11th March 2010
Knowing the reasons of why you want to quit is an important fist step. Being clear about your reasons, can be a very powerful tool. You have probably seen many articles, telling you how to quit smoking, but without a proper motivation, they are useless. T... Read >
Author: Carmelo Pierce

The Different Health Risks Of Shampoo In Your Hair

21st January 2010
Anyone who bathes and wants their hair cleaned uses shampoo. Some shampoos promise your long flowing hair while others make sure that your hair is glowing. These are wonderful sales talk and most people are vain enough to be drawn into it. However, only a... Read >
Author: Freddy Roy

My Dogs Eyes Itch

07th January 2010
Does your pet have red, itchy or inflamed eyes? This condition is called conjunctivitis just as it is for people. Veterinarians say if your pet exhibits the following symptoms you need to take them to the vet: ** The eye is obviously painful and you... Read >
Author: Marti Wesciff

Understanding Life through The Eyes of Your Dog

07th January 2010
Unless you were born blind you already know how valuable your eyes and vision are in coping with life. Helping us to process information on the world around us, our eyes constantly work to help us enjoy life and avoid danger. Dogs also use their eyes ... Read >
Author: Eugenio Mccarthy

Black Mold Removal: Is it Safe?

10th September 2009
Black molds are also known as "toxic molds". They are labeled as such because unlike any other mold types, black mold can cause health hazards. Black molds prefer to thrive in damp areas most especially in organic and inorganic materials that are cellulos... Read >
Author: NYC Mold Removal

How Chinchillas Deal With Environmental Stress

25th August 2009
Chinchillas can be greatly affected by environmental stress. Usually their healths are put at risk and they end up having to deal with behavioral issues. Some of the things that Chinchillas can experience with environmental stress can include being anti-s... Read >
Author: jimmendez0529

Salt chlorinators for swimming pools

04th May 2009
I often hear people referring to salt water swimming pools as being chlorine free because they uses salt as a sanitiser. This is not quite correct. A salt water pool produces its own chlorine using electrolysis of a mild salt solution. Why Salt Water ?... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Flirting Signs for Men

30th November 2008
Everyone experiences flirting at some stage in their life whether it is intentional or not. Flirting plays a key role in finding a very special person which could result in a successful relationship, therefore the importance of knowing how to flirt and re... Read >
Author: Deboarh Dixon

What is Blepharospasm?

21st May 2008
Blepharo means "eyelid". Spasm means "uncontrolled muscle contraction". The term blepharospasm ['blef-a-ro-spaz-m] can be applied to any abnormal blinking or eyelid tic or twitch resulting from any cause, ranging from dry eyes to Tourette's syndrome to ta... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Zinc Sulfate Syrup (Zinc Sulfate capsule) Information

21st May 2007
What is Zinc Sulfate and for what Zinc Sulfate is used? Zinc Sulfate medication belong to Mineral class. Zinc Sulfate acts as integral part of several enzymes important to protein and carbohydrate metabolism, wound healing, maintenance of normal growth... Read >
Author: Alien

Tomato Good For Health

19th January 2006
Tomato is more than a delicious vegetable. This most popular vegetable is good for our health in many aspects. It contains lycopene, one of nature's most powerful carotenoid antioxidants. We've already known its benefits in lowering the risk of prostate c... Read >
Author: Gang Deng
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