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Psychic -Your gut instinct

21st March 2012
Greetings! I I'd like to share a simple truth I have learned from years of psychic work and giving readings. Each and every one of us on this planet have a natural born intuition. The greatest difference between psychics and most people is that Psychics t... Read >
Author: AbsolutelyPsychic

HMRC Accused of not Properly Investigating Tax Payer Disputes | Kinsella Tax Investigations

16th February 2012
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have been criticised for not informing tax payers who dispute their bills that they have the right to have their tax complaint heard by the Adjudicator. 158,598 complaints have been made over ‘unfair demands’ since Septemb... Read >
Author: KinsellaTax

Cataracts for Dogs and Dogs Cataracts

18th January 2012
Ethos Endymion Bright Eyes Eye Drops For Cataracts was the actual product featured in the Richard & Judy TV Trials and the Daily Mail newspaper features. Many other cataract eye drops suppliers are now trying to cash in on the phenomenal success of our Br... Read >
Author: wethedevelopers

Virtual Gastric Band with Self Hypnosis

26th November 2010
Bariatric surgery, or weight loss surgery, includes a variety of procedures performed on people who are obese. Weight loss is achieved by reducing the size of the stomach with an implanted medical device. By using suggestions, guided visualisation and... Read >
Author: Sharon Shinwell

Buy Scala Bio Fir

31st July 2009
Ladies trying to dispose of the nasty problem of dimpled skin now have a particularly powerful ally fighting the battle on their part.They are called The Scala bio-fir underpants and they claim to be in a position to significantly reduce cellulite in simp... Read >
Author: Scala Biofir

Cheeky Face Trend: Many Stars Plumping Up To Have ‘Pillow Face’ Treatment

14th May 2009
Daily Mail observes a hot new trend in celebrity faces. The days of the old stretched look of a too-tight facelift or the glassy skin and winged eyebrows of overdone fillers are over. Many patients including celebrities still seek out Botox for migraines,... Read >
Author: William J Binder

So is red wine really good for you, or bad for you?

13th March 2009
I don't know about you, but I love my red wine. I was suckered in by all the hype about the antioxidants in red wine being really good for you. Up until then I just drank it because I liked the taste and flavour of it. Having owned and run our own hote... Read >
Author: Mary Howard
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