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Could These Foods Be Eaten After Overnight

16th August 2011
Everyone could not resist the temptation of delicious foods. But the overnight foods not only lose the fresh taste, but only are harmful to health. How much do you know? Could people eat overnight eggs? If the eggs are not completely cooked, it will br... Read >
Author: Emma111

Seborrheic Keratosis Treatment Options

30th June 2010
Seborrheic Keratosis are unattractive lesions which can be similar in appearance to warts. These lesions are benign and are noncancerous. They may look frightening and cause concern about skin cancer but there is no reason to be concerned. They can be rem... Read >
Author: Angelakenny

Dog Wee, how to stop it staining lawns.

17th June 2010
Many canine pet owners will find useful information here regarding the control of bald yellow patches in their lawns created by dog urine of great interest, something very simple but yet so effective. Using dog rocks can be a viable solution to an age ... Read >
Author: Mark pet lover Stimpson

Solutions for Ammonia Removal in Wastewater

22nd April 2010
The problem with ammonia in wastewater has become a major concern throughout the world, particularly in United States. About half of the states in U.S, including the District of Columbia, have followed the rules in pursuant to EPA's 1999 water quality cri... Read >
Author: laradavidson

Penetrating Damp In The Home - Top Tips For Treating

12th January 2010
What Causes Penetrating Damp? The causes of penetrating damp in damp walls are ofent related to problems with the building or plumbing which has meant that unwanted water is entering the propert. Coastal propertiescan also suffer from penetrating damp du... Read >
Author: David Sutcliffe

Production Procedures Involving Industrial Grade Nitric Acid

18th May 2009
Being one of the four most important inorganic acids in the world as well as identified as one of the top ten chemical manufactured in the US, nitric acid production is an intricate and elaborate process but one which has been refined over years of resear... Read >
Author: joalesto

Prevention of algae in swimming pools - no phosphate = no alge = no worries

24th April 2009
Algae, like all plants require water and nutrients to grow, in a swimming pool there is little we can do about the water, however removal of the nutrients - phosphate, you can keep your swimming pool algae free. This summer has seen some of the highest... Read >
Author: Author Unknown
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