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Glastonbury Cosmetic Dentist - What is a Laughing Gas?

28th February 2011
Whenever we think of nitrous oxide it is commonly linked to the dentist such as the Glastonbury cosmetic dentist. Nitrous Oxide is likewise called laughing gas due to the excitement or mirth side effects after inhalation. It is colorless, odorless and the... Read >
Author: Naina Raymundo

LumiSlim Cold-Laser Lipo In The Salon

25th February 2011
There is a competitive market for laser lipo today. Non-invasive lipo, or cold-laser lipo is a unique fat-reduction method that overturns the traditional understanding of liposuction. Images of a fat surgical vacuum device being shoved and scraped in the ... Read >
Author: Stephen Soos

PVC Decking - Toxic Unstable Compounds

01st December 2010
PVC decking has been rising in recognition as providers are heavily advertising the perks but is it price the gamble? Polyvinyl chloride often referred to as PVC is a manufactured plastic with poisonous byproducts. Dioxin (powerful carcinogen), ethylene d... Read >
Author: Marcel Rivas

Natural Breast Reduction Method

08th December 2009
Carrying oversized breasts is accompanied by a lot of discomforts and health issues. The unwanted attention and painful jokes about your breast is not funny and can damage your self-confidence. Aside from the embarrassment, carrying huge breast can cause ... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

Learn about DHA Food Sources

15th November 2009
It never fails... You may be disappointed to learn that the only DHA food sources are some types of fish and seafood. Unlike other nutrients which are abundant in a variety of different foods, Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is limited in the food chain. Fi... Read >
Author: Laurel Cohen

Best way to get rid of Gynecomastia without surgery

18th June 2009
Man boobs are made of fatty tissues that accumulate over pectoral muscles. In contrast to common misconception that you can spot loose man boobs, you cannot actually select where your body will be concentrating fat, so you have to lower it on the whole.Th... Read >
Author: Lucas Anthony

Treating Quadriceps Tendon Rupture

15th May 2009
Quadriceps tendon ruptures are not common and mostly occur in people who are older than forty years of age. It is much more common in patients with various diseases and who have had degenerative changes in the extensor mechanism of the knee. Ruptures typi... Read >
Author: David Ravech
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