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Original Causes Of Inventions

08th January 2010
An article about a few inventions and how their original purpose was much different than the use that was eventually given to them.Sometimes things are invented with one rationale in mind and for many different reasons they end up being used for a complet... Read >
Author: Gianni Truvianni

Canine Bladder Enlargement Problems and Prevention

08th January 2010
When was the last time you thought about your pet's bladder health? Canine bladder enlargement is not something you think about every time your dog has inconsistent trips to do his business. But canine bladder enlargement and urinary track infections can ... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Clear Treatments For Crystals in Dog's Urine

07th January 2010
In many cases, a common term for crystals in urine of a dog is bladder stones. Veterinarians might also refer to these crystals as urinary calculi and the condition which brings this on goes by the name of urolithiasis. A dog's entire urinary tract is ... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Help Clear Crystals in Dog's Urine

07th January 2010
If an owner notices that his or her dog has blood in its urine, there is an excellent chance that the dog has crystals in urine or is suffering from bladder stones. A veterinarian might also refer to these crystals as urinary calculi and the condition whi... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Knee pain or Patellofemoral Syndrome (PFS) (Chondromalacia)

06th January 2010
What is Patellofemoral Syndrome (PFS) • Knee pain is one of the most common symptoms experienced by active people. PFS is caused by an irritation of the under surface of the knee cap which in its normal state, is smooth. The irritation can lead to... Read >
Author: donmillshealth

Nikola Tesla and the Suppression of Free Energy Technologies

04th January 2010
I was primarily going to write an article about Nikola Tesla. However, it morphed into an article on the suppression of free energy inventions. Today there are over 6000 patents regarding energy technologies being suppressed in the USA on so-called securi... Read >
Author: Alain

What Is Ankle Impingement

17th December 2009
Ankle impingement is a condition whereby the patient suffers from a restriction in their ankle movement due either to a bony or soft tissue problem. The typical causes of this condition are usually irritation of the capsule or synovial membrane of the ank... Read >
Author: David Ravech

A few Sensible Words on the Revolting Throat Chunks Called Tonsil Stones

13th October 2009
How and Why Tonsil Stones Can Cause Dog breath Yes, you read it right. Halitosis or halitosis can be due to tonsil stones. Not many folks know such fact because bad breath is commonly associated with poor dental cleanliness. What's a tonsil stone anywa... Read >
Author: Gregory Scott

How to Tell If Your Toe is Sprained or Fractured

15th September 2009
It can be difficult to tell the difference between a broken toe and a sprained toe. Sometimes you will hear the bone break, or you will see that the toe has been knocked out of its socket (i.e., dislocated). These signs and symptoms usually point to a tra... Read >
Author: jane baron

Snap On Teeth Advantages And Disagvantages

19th July 2009
Snap on teeth are a brilliant creation which gives you get dazzling white teeth in minutes. Veneers and caps are the permanent alternative but can cost from anything from a thousand dollars and more a tooth. Getting a celebrity smile is now affoardable to... Read >
Author: Tyler Farrell

Snap On Teeth And Smile Smile Smile

07th July 2009
Snap on teeth are a fantastic development for the creation blinding white smile in seconds. Cosmetic dental surgery including veneers and caps can be a very costly alternative. Getting a celebrity smile is now affoardable to all with snap on teeth. Snap o... Read >
Author: Jacob Porter

The Healing Powers of Electromagnetic Fields & Magnets in the Body

15th June 2009
There are various ways in which an electromagnetic field can be seen. Case in point, static magnetic fields become active when medical instruments like magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and X-rays are being used. In ultra-violet ray form, electromagnetic r... Read >
Author: Cameron

Tips On Getting A Tooth Filling

10th June 2009
Filling the Teeth: Tooth decay is common problem among individuals. There are several ways in which the decaying process can be averted, filling the teeth is the most basic way. For proper care and good oral health, one should take special care for pr... Read >
Author: Kirsty

Caring for Your Dog After Surgery to Correct Luxated Patella

25th April 2009
Despite the gravity of this terminology, a luxated patella or slipped kneecap is not an ER situation at a veterinary hospital. It is a cause for concern, but it is not life-threatening. However, since you should always be monitoring your dog's behavior, y... Read >
Author: Jeff Nenadic

What are RGB and CMYK in Photography and Photoshop?

17th April 2009
Light is made up of red, green and blue; but there is also cyan, magenta and yellow. These two sets of colours are colour modes, so how do they fit together and what are there relevance in Photography and in learning Photoshop?It is possible to change and... Read >
Author: DuncanNow
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