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Lumps and Bumps of the Hand and Wrist

06th August 2012
I see many patients with different types of lumps and bumps of the hand and wrist. The vast majority of hand and wrist tumors are benign (non-cancerous), but they should all be evaluated by an orthopedic hand specialist. Any abnormal mass or growth is con... Read >
Author: infosolz

All About Severe Constipation

20th June 2011
Severe constipation is caused by a hard stool which will not pass through the rectum, or you have an impacted stool. Both of these conditions are miserable, and you want to find relief fast! When you have severe constipation, you are either suffering fr... Read >
Author: ASteele421

DIY Spray Foam Insulation: Tips and Techniques

24th May 2010
Leaks in the home occur not only where there is a faucet or tap, but through attics, basements, windows, and walls. These types of leaks are referred to as air leaks. Having unwanted air enter your home and wanted air leaving results in higher utility bil... Read >
Author: Conservation Mart

Cure For Ovarian Cysts - One Little Known Secret That Really Works

21st December 2009
For years my daughter suffered from painful periods with symptoms such as bloating, water retention, upset stomach and very tetchy moods. Her periods were irregular and she found it very embarrassing on the odd occasion that she was caught out by the appe... Read >
Author: Lucy Stone

Liquid Cattle Feed

17th September 2009
These days feeding cattle is important as it will decide how the cattle will grow and Liquid feed supplements, formulated to be used by grazing cattle, are now readily available throughout world. Here we discussed how these supplements affect your cattle.... Read >
Author: David Cohen

Starch Sugar And Cellulose

25th March 2009
STARCH, one of the chief forms of carbohydrates, is found in only the vegetable kingdom. It is present in large quantities in the grains and in potatoes; in fact, nearly all vegetables contain large or small amounts of it. It is stored in the plant in the... Read >
Author: Jennifer Skipp

Chemical Leavening Agent For Bread

06th March 2009
CHEMICAL LEAVENING is brought about by the action of gas produced by an acid and an alkali. All chemical leavening agents are Similar in their action, and they are composed of an acid and an alkali. When an acid and an alkali are brought together in the p... Read >
Author: Jackson Sloat

The History of Reeses Peanut Butter Chocolate

20th February 2009
Reese's Peanut butter chocolate was first manufactured in America in the 1920s when H. B. Reese's Candy Company introduced a specially processed peanut butter filling with Hershey's chocolate. The peanut butter cups were the first to be produced, a popula... Read >
Author: Neil Dennis

Sweeteners: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

20th November 2008
I feel that the worst sweeteners to use are the artificial sweeteners. They have many bad effects on you, including making you fatter. Many have reported many disease like symptoms that appear like diseases like MS. Artificial sweeteners are many times sw... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How to Make Natto

04th December 2006
There are a number of different ways to make natto. This recipe is by Kazuo Shiroki, and it uses natto bacteria (bacillus natto). Bacillus spores are more economical and reduce the risk of contamination. If you use commercially produced natto in place of ... Read >
Author: Christine Illich
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