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Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Services: A General Guide

23rd September 2009
In these sweltering summer months, most of us look forward to the artic refreshment at home or in the office. It's always a rush when you walk by an open storefront and a wave of icy air envelopes you, almost in spite of the glittering sun overhead. In th... Read >
Author: Yodle

Swami Ramdev Ji and His Divya Medicines

30th August 2009
Swami Ramdev Ji and His Divya Medicines If anyone is wondering if such a person exists, "the virtuous golden wonder from India", His godliness Swami Ramdev who has transformed India to wake up to a healthy tomorrow, is the answer! Swami Ramdev was init... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

Window blinds aid prevention of allergies

23rd July 2009
Window Blinds - The perfect combination of beauty and practicality Window Blinds are not just the ideal product to add that finishing touch of beauty to your home, they also aid in the prevention of allergies by ensuring less dust is allowed to build up.... Read >
Author: nicktyler

What Does the Term “Dander Allergies” Mean?

29th June 2009
When you're tested for allergies, there are some common pet allergies, where they tell you you're allergic to cats, rabbits, dogs or so on. But what exactly does the term "dander allergies" mean, what should you avoid, and how do you prevent a reaction? ... Read >
Author: seththewriter

Strengthen The Immune System With Bee Pollen

05th June 2009
Bee pollen is made up of the fine powder that is found in the male seed of a flower blossom. Bees transport this powder and mix it with nectar to create their own form of nourishment. The pollen grains are collected and eaten by the bees, but they are als... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Itch Relief - Discover Which Foods Cause Eczema

04th June 2009
Realizing which foods cause eczema is just one of 3 factors to consider when seeking relief. You have complete control of what you consume when looking for relief, but 2 other elements to consider, the internal and external factors... Internally, there ar... Read >
Author: Brandon

Interstitial Cystitis - An incurable disease

01st June 2009
Nowadays, several people suffer from interstitial cystitis. This inflammation of urinary bladder is highly chronic and leads to urgent and frequent need to urinate. The infection can also lead to pain in pelvic region. Hence, it needs urgent attention; ot... Read >
Author: Robert Henry

Zhui Feng Gao Herbal Plasters is best for providing relief from muscular fatigue, muscular pain

23rd September 2008
Zhui Feng Gao Plasters is popularly known as ache free herbal plasters because of its characteristic of providing instant relief from the pain. Zhui Feng Gao Plaster is a renowned Chinese herbal formula that provides quick relief from severe pain in the b... Read >
Author: herbalspan

Exploring the Benefits of Deep Breathing

22nd January 2008
Feeling stressed, rushed and restless? Most of us do at some time or another, but when it becomes a regular event it can start having a detrimental effect on our health. Exercise is a great antidote to these kinds of feelings, but the problem is that our ... Read >
Author: Andrew Regan

Chinese Skullcap Root - Side Effects and Benefits

05th July 2007
Botanical Name: Scutellaria baicalensis Other Common Names Chinese Skullcap:Huang qin, baikal, baical skullcap root, scute, scutellaria. Habitat:Chinese Skullcap is native to Eastern Asia. It thrives on sunny, grassy slopes in higher elevations. Thi... Read >
Author: Alien

What Are dry Eyes?

15th June 2007
This article examines the problems associated with dry eyes. Some people just suffer with mild inconvenience on waking up in the morning and finding their eyelids are stuck together, but for others it can cause acute discomfort which can last all day. ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Catarrh What You Need To Know

22nd February 2007
What is catarrh?Catarrh is mucus blockage or discharge often caused by swelling of mucous membranes and by excess mucus. The symptom is frequently associated with a cold but is also found with other conditions such as sinusitis, ear infection, and tonsil ... Read >
Author: alvin toh

How To End Depression Stigma

26th May 2006
Copyright 2006 Christopher Green For many sufferers, depression brings on feelings of guilt and shame and because of these feelings, they will not seek help. But are these feelings valid? Lack of understanding both in sufferers and non-sufferers cl... Read >
Author: Chris Green
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