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Military Guard Dog History and Uses

14th December 2010
From the meaning from Random House Dictionary, a guard dog is widely used to protect against or simply look out for dangerous or unusual intruders (animals, men and women, circumstances, and so on.). This dog should also be aware enough to recognize commo... Read >
Author: Zane Folse

Hypnotherapy: Can It Be Used To Treat Alcoholism?

26th November 2010
Hypnotherapy was first discovered in the ancient times by the Greeks, Romans and Egyptians as a healing art. Until today, it has evolved over the generations and has been used to treat a variety of illnesses, even alcoholism. It has been proven to be s... Read >
Author: Khaiyong

What Is A Boat Made Of?

23rd November 2010
Until the mid-1800s, boats were made out of forest materials such as wood planks, barks or logs, and animal skins. Egyptians were thought to be the first ones to use boats, although evidences show that there are previous boat usages before this era. Thes... Read >
Author: MarkBrown

Tribal Cross Tattoos Mean Free Expression Reigns Supreme!

11th November 2010
Tribal cross tattoos have come a long way. We all remember the cartoon images of Popeye the Sailor Mans tattoos from the days when tattoos were restricted to rugged, male sailors. This tattoo wearing stereotype no longer applies - tribal cross tattoos no... Read >
Author: Tom S Stevens

Egyptian Coffins and Sarcophagus

30th September 2010
The term “Coffin” is usually applied to the rectangular or anthropoid container in which the Egyptians placed the mummified body, whereas the word “Sarcophagus” (Greek: “Flesh-Eating”) is used to refer only to the stone... Read >
Author: Gopal Dey

Tracing the History of Oral Hygiene

11th September 2010
If you think that people in the past were too simple to think about oral hygiene, you are dead wrong. People of ages past have already been practicing dental care in fact, the best way to trace the history of oral hygiene is by breaking down the history... Read >
Author: PetarGenchev

Why You Should Visit Egypt

27th August 2010
Egypt has a wonderful story to itself. It first appears in the bible in the book of exodus as the country where the Israelites really suffered before they were set free to go and settle in Canaan by Moses from King Pharaoh. Egypt is the land of great king... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

The History of Necklaces, Bracelets and Earrings

16th July 2010
The necklace might be the very first type of jewelry worm by man and woman. Looking back throughout the history of necklaces brings us back 75,000 years: a possible necklace fashioned out of over 40 mollusks was found in a cave in South Africa. A necklace... Read >
Author: Gyrel dagooc

Advantages of Digital Fingerprinting Over Traditional Ink Pad Fingerprints

07th July 2010
Fingerprinting is a process using which the detection of the criminals has become much easier. This makes it one of the significant procedures of the investigation department. Earlier, during the ancient age, the process of fingerprinting was used... Read >
Author: William Turner

Tinnitus Relief – Egyptian oils, Persian chants, Roman radishes, and Welsh bread.

02nd July 2010
No I have not lost my mind and gone crazy. But as I research Tinnitus, and in particular, methods of treatment I get hooked on reading about some of the procedures used in the past to find tinnitus relief. I find it really interesting that in many cases... Read >
Author: Miles Hartley

Who Invented Bowling

23rd June 2010
There is a number of contradicting data on who invented bowling. However, people have to cope with the fact that no definite title could be immediately pinned to the precise inventor because they are unknown. There are two major theories that will seek to... Read >
Author: PipDawg

Crayola Crayons: A Legacy of Artistic and Educational School Supplies

10th June 2010
When the summer begins to cool down and children and parents alike prepare for the start of the school year, there is one company that will undoubtedly find a place on every list of back to school supplies: Crayola Crayons. Initially known as Binney & ... Read >
Author: Mark Etinger

Colour therapy and yoga

03rd June 2010
Color Therapy and Yoga Color therapy has been used to treat people for century's . The ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Chinese studied and used color to treat ailments and color has long been known for its therapeutic benefits. Yoga is also known for its h... Read >
Author: Holistic health spa

The Discovery Of Heart Disease

30th May 2010
During the ancient times, most people used the magic or occult practices to deal with diseases or medical problems. Yet there were records that the Egyptians have basic knowledge of treating diseases. Hence an Egyptian could probably be the first who disc... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

Who Discovered the Quadratic Formula

30th April 2010
The Quadratic formula was used for several thousand years. The quadratic equation had also changed on occasions. The quadratic formula is: x1,2=(-b/2a) ± (1/2a)(b2-4ac)1/2 Around 2000 years back, the Chinese, Egyptians and Babylonians were already... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan
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