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Doctor Who 18" Voice Controlled Interactive Radio Controlled Dalek Review

26th August 2009
The most recent Doctor Who themed toy from Character Options is one of the greatest value items the company has released so far. Character Options 18" radio control interactive Dalek responds to verbal instructions as well as having conventional radio ... Read >
Author: JC Benson

Revitalash Review:

10th August 2009
Most women who have looked up Revitalash on net or in the shops have ended up with disappointed. And the disappointed is right because the product is almost $ 150, now if you are not some rich chick you would not think of buying such a expensive product. ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Neurosurgery Locum Tenens

10th August 2009
There are three main parties involved when approaching the institution of neurosurgery locum tenens. The first party is the medical institution which opts to hire a locum tenens based on their specific financial or professional needs at the moment. The ot... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Neurosurgeon Jobs

10th August 2009
Neurosurgeons are a type of doctor who works in the medical field helping patients with neurological problems through surgeries. The types of surgeries that they are able to do range from brain tumors to more advanced procedures. To become a licensed neur... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Fybrmyalgia

27th July 2009
Many people haven't heard and have no idea what the condition Fibromyalgia is. It is a disorder that includes debilitating fatigue, sleep disturbance, travelling pain and joint stiffness. In addition, people affected by the disorder frequently experience ... Read >
Author: Marta Santos

Wart Removal Aftercare

20th July 2009
When it comes to wart removal, a large amount of focus is placed on the removal itself. While it is important to focus on the actual removal process, it is also important to keep in mind what will happen afterwards. If you are planning on having one of yo... Read >
Author: Jonas Glass

Foot Care for Senior Citizens

11th July 2009
Good foot health is especially important for senior citizens. The longer your feet stay healthy, the longer you can maintain an active lifestyle. Simply follow these 5 guidelines put forth by the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA) and the Instit... Read >
Author: kentsmith

What it Takes to Become a Psychiatrist

10th July 2009
Psychiatrists are some of the busiest doctors in the medical industry; and they have more stress than any other doctors. There are several functions of a psychiatrist and they have to go through some pretty intense training before they are officially reco... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Bad Celebrity Hair Transplants - Who Is To Blame?

05th June 2009
Bad celebrity hair transplants are sure to make the news as anything that celebrities do, especially if they appear imperfect, is cause for full page spreads in tabloids like the National Enquirer. Photos of bad celebrity hair transplants, like the first ... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

4 Ways For Women To Minimize The Problems of HSG After Tubal Reversal

29th May 2009
Women who undergo a tubal reversal surgery may find that they don't get pregnant shortly after the operation was initially carried out. If they don't conceive within this time, the surgeon who carried out the tubal ligation reversal might recommend that a... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

Bunionectomy Success!

27th April 2009
Are you afraid to even talk to your doctor about bunion surgery? Many patients are very apprehensive about bunion surgery. They have heard horror stories of severe pain and bad outcomes. These are usually not true. Bunion surgery is actually quite success... Read >
Author: Dr. Marybeth Crane

Breast lumps

16th April 2009
What are breast lumps? Breast lumps are either benign (harmless) or cancerous lumps of tissue in the breast. What causes breast lumps and who is at risk? The more common benign breast lumps include: lumps caused by fibroadenosis, an overgrowt... Read >
Author: Sajid Latif

Cortisone Shots and The Side Effects You Should be Aware of

10th April 2009
What is a cortisone shot?A cortisone shot or a cortisone injection is given to patients to relieve pain mainly caused by joint inflammation. The ankle, hip, shoulder, elbow, knee, wrist and spine joints are the most common areas in the body where patients... Read >
Author: Jgroux

Severe Yeast Infection

18th July 2008
Severe yeast infection is a condition that is as a result of an untreated yeast condition. It can also be as a result of an underlying condition. Whatever the reason may be, know that you can get relieve from the condition. It is caused by a fungus referr... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

A Personal Review Of The LifeCycle C3-5 Exercise Bike

26th June 2008
I have to admit that I know next to nothing about exercise bikes but I bought a R3-5 LifeCycle upright - doctor's orders - and have been using it a couple of times each day. It was an expensive purchase and I was really unsure if I was doing the right thi... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien
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