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Knowing the Good and Bad Effect of Cheese

28th April 2010
Cheese is very rich of calcium, phosphorous, zinc, vitamins A, riboflavin, and vitamin B12. Therefore, not surprising that cheese, which is initially produced by the Egyptians, is now become favorite breakfast menu in many countries around the world. C... Read >
Author: Ahmad Alim Aziz

Reflexology Medical Procedure

05th January 2010
Reflexology is a type of medical procedure that involves the manipulation of the nerve endings that are located in the feet and the hands in order to achieve relief from symptoms which may occur all over the body. Reflexology is a practice that is much in... Read >
Author: Kaleb

The Benefits of Olive Leaf Extract

10th December 2009
Did you know that olive leaf extract and the leaves themselves have been used for a variety of medicinal purposes for thousands of years? It is one of the few medicines referred to in the Bible. It has been mentioned in medical texts from the Romans, Gree... Read >
Author: Laurel Levine

The Origin and Rise of Cosmetology

30th August 2009
Cosmetology involves the upkeep of appearance and infusion of beauty treatments in a person. This can be especially important for women. Cosmetology can be further divided into branches which includes the study of skin care, cosmetics, hairstyles and hair... Read >
Author: Francis Murphy

Embalming: Your Questions Answered

16th August 2009
Heartthrob James Dean wanted to live fast, die young and leave a beautiful corpse. Well, it wouldn't stay beautiful for long unless he made arrangements to have his body embalmed. This method of corpse conservation literally means to treat a dead body wit... Read >
Author: Yodle

Guidelines to Pass CeMAP 3

22nd July 2009
1. Put yourself in someone else's shoes after reading the question. It can be a mortgage broker or a building society manager. Imagine yourself in that person's shoes and then try to answer the question. 2. Though your own product range helps you, alway... Read >
Author: efx1961

Toe Amputation: Are Prosthetics Necessary?

09th July 2009
The oldest prosthetic device belonged to an Egyptian woman around approximately 1000 B.C.E. It was a wooden toe, and archeologists claim that scratch marks on its sole provide evidence that it was in fact functional. Today most toe amputees use prosthetic... Read >
Author: kentsmith

On Isis

15th May 2009
On Isis This essay discusses the transformation of the Egyptian goddess Isis into a cult figure in the Greco-Roman world, and whether the goddess's image continued to be depicted as the Divine Mother and Child in "Western" culture. The word "cult" is ... Read >
Author: William Al-Sharif

The History of Men's Underwear

22nd April 2009
Underwear is something we often take for granted; it is just a part of life. But how long has it been a part of life and how have men's underwear evolved over the ages? When using the word underwear, we assume its meaning to be any garment worn against... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

TatJacket the best option to cover up your tattoo

17th April 2009
The history of tattoos goes back to the times when the Egyptians were constructing the great pyramids. When they expanded their empire, this art spread too to the civilizations of Crete, Greece, Persia, and Arabia, and finally in 2000 BC it spread to Chin... Read >
Author: tet

THE WONDER OF HONEY AND ITS MANY USES

16th April 2009
WHAT IS HONEY?Honey is the most widely consumed food product produced by insects. It is also a key element in thousands of folk remedies, health and beauty aids and other practical uses.The thick, sweet liquid is made by bees and contains the insects enzy... Read >
Author: WLP

Turquoise and Spirituality

09th April 2009
Turquoise was first discovered by the Egyptians in the Sinai about six thousand years ago. While the beauty of the gemstone with sky blue color and dark veins made a big impression on the Egyptians, they elevated it to a new level by attaching spiritual a... Read >
Author: Dale Arnold

Body Piercing Through the Ages: Why Did They Do That?

06th March 2009
Have you ever seen someone with a body piercing and thought, "Why did they do that?" The fact of the matter is that most body piercing in modern times has become a fad accessory. It's no longer extraordinary to see someone with a stud in their nose, or a ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Silver Was Widely Used To Make Ancient Jewellery In Ancient Times

21st October 2008
From ancient times silver is considered as a precious metal when the people of ancient Egypt started using metals for making ancient jewellery which was unique and good for decoration of ceremonial occasions. The Egyptians were doing the business of silve... Read >
Author: Imran Ali

Napier Jewellery - Collector's items

09th September 2008
Napier Jewellery was manufactured by Napier jewellery Company from 1920 to around 1980 before it was sold off to Victoria & co. After the sale the plant was shut down in 1999. However, jewellery from Napier is still manufactured and distributed through va... Read >
Author: Kaushik Mukherjee
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