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About Cold Air Intakes

08th June 2012
One of the simplest and most common modifications that many people can make to a vehicle is the addition of a cold air intake to the engine. These are usually fairly simple in design and can be installed onto cars in only an hour or two, and many of them ... Read >
Author: jameschap

Crystal Glacier Water From Alaska - Premium Bottled Water,

26th October 2011
The source of Crystal Glacier Water is Alaska's Eklutna Glacier, a vast expanse of ancient ice surrounded and protected by hundreds of thousands of acres of unspoiled wilderness that can never be developed.We pledge that each and every bottle of Alaska Cr... Read >
Author: RileyLandry

Do you know the dangers of hypoxia?

10th October 2011
The dangers of hypoxia on human and clinical manifestations: 1. Brain hypoxia: the brain's response to hypoxia is very obvious. A normal brain weight accounts for 2% of total body weight, while the human brain's oxygen consumption accounts for 20... Read >
Author: ericzeng

4 Ways Guided Breathing Controls Blood Pressure Naturally

17th August 2011
So, how could something as simple as breathing control blood pressure? 1) One theory is that itís actually not so much about relaxation and has more to do with helping the body get salt out. When people are under stress, they tend to take shallow breaths... Read >
Author: lowbpdrugfree

Not Only Mutated CFTR Gene, But Also Cell Hypoxia Is Necessary for Cystic Fibrosis to Develop

08th June 2011
Low body oxygen affects all cells and organs in the human body. It is commonly known and proven in medicine that diminished tissue oxygenation results in diabetes, obesity, insulin resistance, suppressed immune system, chronic inflammation, angina pectori... Read >
Author: Dr Artour Rakhimov

Otto Warburg Cancer Cure and Cesium Carbonate - Using Cesium Carbonate to resolve acid alkaline imba

04th April 2011
Otto Warburg Cancer Cure and Using Cesium Carbonate to resolve acid alkaline imbalanceCesium is one of the most alkaline elements. Otto Warburg won a Nobel Prize for showing that cancer thrives in anaerobic (without oxygen), or acidic, conditions. researc... Read >
Author: Luke Cobb

Deep Breathing Pattern and Mouth Breathing Reduce Cell Oxygen Levels

08th February 2011
On the surface, it seems that there are no distinctions between mouth and nasal breathing or between automatic deep breathing (hyperventilation) and normal breathing. All of us continue to obtain o2 into the lungs and bloodstream and get rid of harmful ca... Read >
Author: Dr Artour Rakhimov

Urge-To-Cough and Coughing Cause Explained

19th January 2011
Urge-to-cough refelex and the cause of cough remain a mystery for the medical science, while medications or common drugs (except opioids), according to recent clinical reviews, still do not offer a relief from chronic coughing. Meanwhile, there are many d... Read >
Author: Dr Artour Rakhimov

Drug Stability

01st October 2010
Drug stability means the capability of a drug or a drug substance to remain within an established condition of characteristics, quality of strength and purity within a particular time period. The basic factors that affect the stability of a drug are light... Read >
Author: Marcia

Main challenges and rewards of learning Buteyko breathing retraining exercises

13th July 2010
The goal of this method is to improve oxygenation of the body and preserve it at peak achievable degree 24-7. Consequently, to learn the Buteyko method means to permanently normalize somebody's breathing pattern. The major test of the technique is cal... Read >
Author: Dr Artour Rakhimov

Infant Noisy Breathing, and Its Treatment, Effects, Causes, Prevention

13th July 2010
The normal breathing rate in infants can be up to two to four times greater than in adults. Nevertheless, noisy breathing in infants is definitely a mark of low body CO2 reserves. This chemical is essential for hundreds of body physiological processes and... Read >
Author: Dr Artour Rakhimov

The Causes of Purple Lips

30th May 2010
A purple lip is really what the name implies. It is the change in the colouration of the lips from pink to purple or blue and is common in colder climates. A look into the causes of purple lips has indicated that it could either be the effect of the cold,... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

Choosing the best Efie Resource Guide

15th June 2009
EFIE Resource Guide (Electronic Fuel Injection Enhancer)If you want to save on energy for your vehicle, you should know more about EFIE. What does it EFIE means? It stands for Electronic Fuel Injection Enhancer. Originally used only in fuel-injected cars,... Read >
Author: Vito Leach

Oxygen Sensor Analyzer : A Diagnostic tool

06th October 2008
Oxygen sensor analyzer provides a way to identify faulty oxygen sensors in cars; thereby helping us to identify defective oxygen sensors. This article provides an overview about the use of oxygen sensor analyzer as a diagnostic tool to debug oxygen sensor... Read >
Author: Eric Dawson

Oxygen sensor testing using OBD2

04th September 2008
The oxygen sensor eventually needs to be replaced in all vehicles. But how would you know if the oxygen sensor has gone bad? Fortunately there are ways oxygen sensor testing can be done using OBD2 code reader. The oxygen sensor or O2 sensor as it is co... Read >
Author: Eric Dawson
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