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Vastushastra for home improvement

19th August 2010
To really understand Vastushastra, we have to put God, the Almighty in the closet first. Then we can get on with the scientific aspects. It is summer not because God likes to see people wearing sunglasses; it is winter because God wants to promote woolens... Read >
Author: allindian

An Automotive Cover Can Prevent Car Sun Damage

25th March 2010
Are you tired of washing your car? There are techniques to keep your car looking new. Wherever you are, you will need a car cover. Exposure to sunlight or water can damage its body. Car covers will protect your paint and car surface. This article will hel... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

How to Improve your Child's Eyesight Naturally

17th February 2010
Most persons think that the use of synthetic methods like glasses, contact lenses or eye operation is the only available methods to improve eyesight for kids. The truth is this; there exist many natural methods used to improve a child's eyesight. It is be... Read >
Author: Kingsley

Interior strobe light

06th October 2009
Strobe light is also known as stroboscopic lamp. They are used to produce a high visibility or regular flashes of light. Though strobe light came in existence in the year 1930 but interior strobe light came to home and discotheques in 1960s. Initially, th... Read >
Author: caryfank

Why You Should Drink Coconut Oil

03rd September 2009
Coconut's fame and existence goes a long way back to the traditional ages. Its use is still popular for adding flavor to various foods and cakes. Islands avail of this beneficial fruit to a great extent. Research has also shown that one third of the popul... Read >
Author: Blubert Tavedorn

What are the Most Common Causes of Burn Injuries?

15th August 2009
The most common cause of burn injuries is the category known as thermal burns. This category covers the burns which people sustain from direct contact with burn-inducing substances or surfaces. Thermal burns can occur from contact with liquids, fire, stea... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

What is the Best Collagen Elastin Skin Remedy For a Greater Anti-Wrinkle Effect?

24th July 2009
Attention! If you think this article is going to tell you about a product you can find on the shelf at your favorite store or boutique, then you're going to be surprised. When it comes achieving a greater anti-wrinkle effect, the best collagen elastin ski... Read >
Author: olirom

Harley Davidson Choppers - Advice About Waxing One

09th July 2009
It is time to think about wax coating, once you are satisfied with the condition of the paint of your Harley Davidson Choppers, now start the wax coating. Wax coating helps to preserve the paint as it contains some oils which decrease the rust or oxidatio... Read >
Author: Frederic Cash

What Are the Best Over the Counter Age Spot Remover Products?

11th June 2009
Have you tried an over the counter age spot remover, only to be left disappointed at the results? It is too bad that you did not read this article first then. Most of these products are simply not effective because they do not contain the right ingredient... Read >
Author: D. Karlson

How Ultraviolet Radiations Harm Your Skin?

05th June 2009
The sun emits harmful ultraviolet radiations that wreck havoc on your skin. They only comprise of a small percentage in the sun spectrum but are very dangerous for the skin. Ultraviolet rays can damage the skin cells and cause disruption to its DNA struct... Read >
Author: Marilynn Syrett

The Lasik Surgery Healing Process

11th May 2009
If you are thinking about lasik eye surgery, you may be wondering how long it will take you to heal. Each person heals differently which makes it impossible to accurately estimate how long it will take you to heal following surgery. Is therefore extremely... Read >
Author: Jay Lee

Finding a Face Lotion to Reduce Age Spots

05th May 2009
Let me ask you a simple question. Are you fed up of the age spots on your face that just do no go away, no matter what you do? Thousands of people face this same problem, and surprisingly, most of them are not aware how simple it actually is to get rid of... Read >
Author: Frank Langella

Sunglasses - why do we wear them?

23rd June 2006
Sunglasses are a special kind of glasses that have been specially darkened to stop bright light from hurting your eyes. When you wear them, the world seems to become a little less bright, which can be a relief on very sunny days. They go all the way back ... Read >
Author: John Gibb

Suntan-Oil - How protected are you?

23rd June 2006
Lots of people consider that a tan makes them more attractive and more healthy-looking, and so go out of their way to sit in the sun for hours and get one. However, this doesn't always result in much of a tan, meaning that you will often have to sit in th... Read >
Author: John Gibb
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