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Vine Tattoos Are Sumptious And Decorative

16th July 2009
Vine tattoos are superbly decorative tattoos that can cover much body space with only a small amount of ink. The greatest number ivy vine tattoos are done in a spiraling type up a leg or arm, you may even sometimes see this sort growing up the back and sh... Read >
Author: Mark F Hargreaves

Natural Cure for Kidney Stones - Heal Kidney Stones Naturally

31st March 2009
Kidney stones are very troublesome and their pains generally originate around the back or side (ideally just under the rib cage). The episode of such pains typically may last for 3-5 minutes and in some worst cases, even up to 20 minutes! As the intensity... Read >
Author: Bryan Len

Rib Pain During Pregnancy

10th March 2009
Rib pain during pregnancy can be a persistent problem, especially during the third trimester. Your rib cage may feel mildly sore or extremely tender and bruised. You may have discomfort on either side, or both sides, though it is commonly worse on the rig... Read >
Author: Orit Cox

How to Overcome Gastritis

01st December 2008
Gastritis is not a disease on its own but a symptom of abnormal digestion. Gastritis can be due to a number of causes including excessive alcohol consumption, prolonged use of non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, also known as NSAIDs, such as aspirin ... Read >
Author: stbotanica

Fibroids Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

25th July 2008
Fibroids or Uterine Fibroids also known as cancerous myomas are benign or non-cancerous tissues that grow on or within the area of uterus. Cells that form muscles of the uterus mostly form them. Fibroids are common in women from the age of 30-50. The most... Read >
Author: Rick Hutch

Juice Fasting period 40 days. Weight Loss: 140 lbs. Juice fasting healed nerve damage.

08th April 2008
Fasting with water, juice and a complete diet of natural foods returned my health and freedom. My chronic hepatitis had become a crippling disease. At thirteen, I began drug abuse and years of serious addiction followed, I contracted hepatitis, a very pa... Read >
Author: Bermuda Writing Institiute

Upper Back Pain - Causes of Upper Back Pain

28th February 2008
Although upper back pain is not a very common spinal disorder, it can cause significant discomfort and pain when it does occur. The most common causes of upper back pain are muscular irritation (myofascial pain) and joint dysfunction. Back problems ... Read >
Author: Peter sams

Why We Are NOT All Created Equally

02nd February 2008
The theory of body types or "Somatypes" categorizes basic unisex human body types: the Endomorph, characterized by an abundance of body fat; the Mesomorph, marked by a well-developed lean, musculature; and the Ectomorph, distinguished by a lack of either ... Read >
Author: Jay Greene

The Birth of the Bra

02nd November 2007
Author: Linda ChubbuckIt never ceases to amaze me how the minds of men and women alike see to inflict pain and torture upon themselves in the name of fashion. Ouch, it hurts just thinking about it.The corsets of the late 19th century purportedly cause cra... Read >
Author: NiceAndNaughty

Bone Removal for Cleaned Fish and Filleted Fish

11th July 2007
While the terminology is often interchanged and loosely used, a cleaned fish and a filleted fish are actually two different things. It is important to point that out before describing simple methods for bone removal. A cleaned fish is essentially a whole ... Read >
Author: Nick Anthony

Questionnaire symptom to find out if you have a gall bladder attack

08th March 2007
Instead of surgical treatment you can choose an alternative one. Take this questionnaire symptom to find some. Because of a high discomfort of the gall bladder colic people often prefer to have a surgical intervention instead of alternative treatment. ... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola

Seven Techniques to Warm Up Your Singing Voice

08th February 2007
You'd never consider trying to do a complicated gymnastics routine, run a marathon, or try and beat your record on the long jump without warming up, right? But many people sing without warming up their voices even when attempting a challenging song that's... Read >
Author: Paul Smith

How to play the violin

18th November 2006
The violin player usually holds the instrument under the chin, supported by the left shoulder. The strings are sounded either by drawing the bow across them or by plucking them. The left hand regulates the sounding length of the strings by stopping them a... Read >
Author: Matthew Allison

Dry Skin Could Be a Symptom of Kidney Disease

12th October 2006
The kidneys are responsible for a number of vital functions. Although acute or severe disease of the kidneys produces symptoms that you would probably not ignore, chronic degeneration may result in symptoms that are too mild or too general to warrant a tr... Read >
Author: No Last Name

Breathing and Resonance for Good Voice Production

11th March 2006
Improving one's ability to communicate is a significant step towards improving an individual's sense of self esteem and self confidence. As a Teacher of Speech and Drama and a Voice Tutor, I am often called upon to train people in the most effective way t... Read >
Author: Maggie Hall
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