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Bifocal Reading Glasses and Bifocal Safety Glasses - Offering More Versatility To Consumers

24th January 2012
Bifocal reading glasses are reading equipment accessible for men and women who could be coping with near and farsightedness. In contrast to single focal reading glasses, these have two lenses on each glass in each pair. If you have these glasses, you'... Read >
Author: Russo

Best Quotes And Saying For A Christmas Card

21st December 2011
Christmas Card Messages, Saying and Quotes to Warm Up Your WishesWriting cards for the occasion of Christmas is different as Christmas cards are unique in their very purpose, as they are not geared towards someone’s birthday, someone’s anniver... Read >
Author: Amy Dyslex

What To Write In a Christmas Card Impressively?

21st December 2011
Writing cards for the occasion of Christmas is different as Christmas cards are unique in their very purpose, as they are not geared towards someone’s birthday, someone’s anniversary, a festive event, or even a sad occasion. It is simply an occasion to wi... Read >
Author: Amy Dyslex

Using Humor in the Workplace

22nd November 2011
Fact: Laughter is the number one stress reliever. Ask anyone what helps them get over stress and the answer will always be the same: humor. It’s no wonder, then, that humor is a tool often used in one of the most stressful day-to-day settings, the workpla... Read >
Author: A.Kelly

Silver Roses And Interesting Rose Facts

15th February 2011
Silver roses are never made with sterling silver, despite popular belief. They're silver plated since sterling [silver] can only be used in making jewelry and household items because of its 925 millesimal fineness (a system in which the purity of silver i... Read >
Author: Sophia Grace

The Many Causes of A Stuffy Nose In The Morning

14th May 2010
When a person suffers from a stuffy nose and is unable to breath due to this, the condition is called nasal congestion. Usually, this is caused by bacteria located in your sinuses. People that suffer from nasal congestion usually wake up with a stuffy nos... Read >
Author: Chris

How to manage anger mindfully

14th May 2010
Anger is a conditioned response to a perceived threat to the ego. It is a complex experience that combines unpleasant physical symptoms with upsetting memories, personal assumptions, deeply held beliefs, prejudices, and other characteristics of the ego. O... Read >
Author: Oudam Em

Short Mat Bowls - A Variation of Indoor Bowling

13th April 2010
Since the introduction of short mat bowls to England in the 1980's, bowls in general has become one of the few sports that can be played all year round. Whereas the outdoor versions of this game are sometimes subject to the notorious British weather, shor... Read >
Author: Matt Clarke

English Tea Cup Etiquette

18th November 2009
I am sure that everyone is familiar with a tea cup. And probably many of you have tried to use an English tea cup without knowing that it is an English tea cup. However, the use of an English tea cup especially in an English tea party or any gathering whi... Read >
Author: Garland Drake

Medicaid Annuities - Scam or Benefit?

17th August 2009
While the popular belief is that Medicaid is only for the underprivileged that is not really the case. In Florida, and in many other states, even the middle class with substantial assets can be eligible to receive this kind of coverage for nursing home or... Read >
Author: Beth

Bacterial Vaginosis Gone In 3 Days

17th August 2009
Bacterial Vaginosis is a mild infection in the vagina caused by a type of bacteria (germ).Bacterial vaginosis is not dangerous, but it can cause disturbing symptoms; reliability of diagnosing ial vaginosis is improved by a standardized method of gram stai... Read >
Author: kensellers

The connection between body fat distribution and health risk

04th June 2009
Medical studies have shown that 'weight management' through the reduction of excess body fat plays a fundamental role in fighting disease and maintaining superior health. The research also linked the stress of excess body fat to major physical conditions ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Different Kinds of Weddings in India

06th May 2009
Wedding rituals and traditions of India are generally based on religion or society. It is the community that decides the kind of wedding ceremony a couple would have. Arya Samaj Wedding:-Unlike all other Indian communities, the Arya Samaj people in India ... Read >
Author: Jharna Bhatnagar

Looking for a new, undiscovered European beach destination?

03rd December 2008
The world is definitely getting smaller, and it is getting harder and harder to find a sun-soaked European summer holiday destination that hasn't become Britain-on-Sea, with union jack short sporting neighbours and 'Full English' breakfast bars and 'Tradi... Read >
Author: holrent

Ten Things You Should Know Before Buying Untitled Property in Panama

01st December 2008
1. Despite popular belief, Untitled Property in Panama is not a type of squatter's rights in Panama. In fact, unlike other Central American Countries, squatters do not enjoy rights to Panama land that they occupy. Untitled Property, also referred to as "R... Read >
Author: S.Moore
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