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The degree of anterior pelvic tilt and abdominal muscle strength

23rd June 2011
According to common knowledge, one of the key muscles in anterior pelvic tilt are the abdominal muscles. The most visible of the muscles is the rectus abdominis, a paired muscle that runs vertically on both sides of the abdomen. this muscle is what you... Read >
Author: JLL

The most in-depth Tonsil Stones guide you'll ever need

25th March 2011
Please visit the most comprehensive tonsil stones resource on the Internet! What are tonsil stones? Tonsil stones can seem like petty white flecks or small particles on the tonsils inside your mouth. The stones are made out of a combination of mucou... Read >
Author: Mark Sveik

About Syndicated Research

23rd March 2011
Most forms of market research can be lumped into two categories custom and syndicated. Custom research is typically commissioned by a business or entity to answer a question or hypothesis that they have regarding a problem or opportunity. On the other h... Read >
Author: Felix Chesterfield

Tonewood Selection for a Quality Sounding Guitar

07th December 2010
Wood with acoustic properties, and is used for instrument building, is oftentimes referred to as tonewood. The designation certainly can apply to the top, back and sides in the same way, but it is more often used to determine the character of the guitar t... Read >
Author: UGOL

The Most Difficult Stage Of The Research Is To Develop The Research Plan

11th August 2010
Research plan seems to be easier than doing the research itself, when actually planning research is the most difficult and fundamental. Many researchers take a long time to finish her studies because it was busy in choosing the research topic. Most of the... Read >
Author: Yufi PS

Best Approach to Summarize an Article

28th April 2010
Like an abstract in a published research article, the purpose of an article summary is to give the reader a brief, structured overview of the study. To write a good summary, identify what information is important and condense that information for your rea... Read >
Author: Ahmad Alim Aziz

How to Write a Prospectus

11th March 2010
Research Before you get down to the business of writing your prospectus, you will want to be well versed in whatever deadlines and guidelines the institution to whom you are writing has put forth. Each institution has its own way of doing things, and yo... Read >
Author: Jeff McRitchie

Global Warming Facts: Both Pros and Cons by Della Franklin

16th June 2009
The issue about global warming rages around us and blankets our lives with its facts and fiction. Both sides, pro and con offer their propaganda to influence our thinking. Why do you suppose that is? Each side has an agenda that seems to be backed up by f... Read >
Author: Della

Interpreting Interactions in Regression

29th September 2008
Adding interaction terms to a regression model can greatly expand understanding of the relationships among the variables in the model and allows more hypotheses to be tested. A previous article, Interpreting Regression Coefficients, discussed how to inter... Read >
Author: Karen Grace-Martin
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