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There Is No Hope of Doing Perfect Research

23rd April 2013
Research plays a critical role in the development of modern societies. Human beings conduct research to develop solutions in various fields such as science and technology, medicine, military and other facets of life. In this regard, research is described ... Read >
Author: Terry

What Are Pros and Cons of Homeopathic Treatment?

27th March 2012
Knowing the pros and cons of holistic treatments will help you make an educated decision about which remedies are best for you and your family. Some holistic treatments are actually handed down for years and have developed into a trusted part of natural s... Read >
Author: Pearlyn Goodman-Herrick

Apple Liver Flush Juice - Things You Must Know

05th January 2012
Now with the modern technology there are so many ways to approach and overcome a certain disease or illness. Scientific experts are continuosly looking for new alternatives to holistic remedies for different health diseases. One of the most popular among ... Read >
Author: tijay

5 Ways To Lose Facial Fat Fast

29th June 2010
Our faces are quite literally a reflection of ourselves and when we begin to accumulate excess fat within the face it can be hard to eliminate and even harder to know where and how to start. To slim the face, you'll need to either perform facial exercises... Read >
Author: Charles

Choosing An Aromatherapy Diffuser For The Greatest Therapeutic Benefit

16th June 2010
In the world of therapeutic aromatherapy, there are three modalities of using essential oils: Topical application, ingestion and inhalation. Sometimes inhalation gets dismissed as not real medicine, but this just isn't the case. Essential oils still get i... Read >
Author: GingerGirl

Pros and Cons of Genetically Modified Foods

14th December 2009
For the past two decades scientists have experimented with genetically modified crops and animals. In order to genetically modify a plant or animal, such as soybeans, DNA from a soybean is crossed, or sliced, with the DNA of something else, such as a pest... Read >
Author: Geri Guidetti

Stack and Tilt Swing Revisited

06th July 2009
By now you've probably heard of the Stack and Tilt swing model. Stack and Tilt is relatively new, but it has gained ground on the Tour. Developed by Andy Plummer and Mike Bennett, this new model has drawn good reviews from both veterans and youngsters. Go... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

What Is The Triple Leaf Tea

17th April 2009
Heard about Triple Leaf tea? Have you tasted one of the Triple Leaf's Chinese dieters' teas? If so, then great! Well, in this article, I will discuss mainly the three famous Chinese dieters' teas of Triple Leaf. I am considering this brand of tea for the ... Read >
Author: Jonas Smith

A View On Censorship In Music and The Government

20th December 2005
The censorship of music and other forms of entertainment by the government have long been the topic of discussion among social and political circles. Some forms of censorship such as warning labels for parents can be helpful. Censorship in music falls in... Read >
Author: David Skul
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