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Herbal Medicine by A Strande Naturopath

14th October 2011
Herbal medicine refers to using a plantís seed, berries, roots, leaves, bark, or flowers for medical purposes. Herbalism has a long tradition of use outside of conventional medicine. It is becoming more mainstream as improvements in analysis and quality c... Read >
Author: Dr. Aleksander

Pharma call centers: Leverage to differentiate from competition

01st October 2010
Customer satisfaction is the buzzword in todayís competitive business world. How will we gain respect from the customer? How can we serve them with an outstanding customer support? What should be kept back in mind while serving them? This article provide... Read >
Author: Ananyalohit

Shoe Lifts in the Treatment of Leg Length Discrepancy

16th September 2010
Low back discomfort is 1 of the most common factors that cause people to employ shoe lifts. Regrettably, in spite of the whole progresses in practical knowledge, lots of clinical research workers acknowledge we still do not really know what causes many in... Read >
Author: chasity knight

LifeVantage Detailed Analysis

03rd March 2010
Founded in 2003, LifeVantage Corporation is a publicly traded (ticker LFVN) network marketing company specializing in scientific anti-aging products utilizing its clinically studied Protandim supplement. LifeVantage has a very interesting history... ... Read >
Author: Shawn Cornett

CoQ10 Benefits Include Increased Energy, Endurance, and Mental Alertness

12th June 2009
Since Coemzyme Q10 was discovered in the late 1950s, clinical research has proven it to be one of the most powerful of the body's natural antioxidants. While study of its potential as a disease preventative is ongoing, millions can attest that CoQ10 benef... Read >
Author: RA Butters

DermaWand Skincare System Claims To Whisk Away Wrinkles, But What Are The Facts?

13th March 2009
Additional information on DermaWand can be found at beautyblogtalk.com, a site that offers first hand information on beauty products. Want to learn more about DermaWand Find a thorough analysis of this product, and many more, at beautifulreview.com. ... Read >
Author: ErinBlakes

Existence of chakras demonstrated with polycontrast interference photography

02nd September 2008
Harry Oldfield's Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP) developed in the late 1980's is able to provide images of the energy field in real time. It is a visual, non-invasive scanning system that reveals where current problems may exist and also where... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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