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How to Say Goodbye to Cooking Fumes in Kitchen

07th June 2011
Many people do not want to cook, and they think that the main reason is cooking fumes. Indeed, the kitchen has become the most seriously polluted room at home. Cooking fumes contain 300 kinds of harmful substances and the most important lung carcinogen... Read >
Author: Codeblue

How To Remove Dust Mites From Couch

04th April 2011
Microscopic dust mites are found in millions inside your home. Even though they don’t bite human beings, they cause allergic reactions, respiratory diseases and even lead to depression. Dust mites survive on pet dander, organic materials such as wool, and... Read >
Author: Faiza

How to Get Rid of Bromopnea by Several Ways

14th March 2011
The smell of mouth has troubled man people especially in the public. It even causes trouble in social contact. If you want to settle this problem, you’d better to find the root and think out solutions. Do the mouth cleaning. Bromopnea is attributable t... Read >
Author: Codeblue

Natural Ways to Detoxify Your Body from Nicotine and Other Toxins Derived

25th February 2011
Everyone knows that smoking is bad for our health. Smoking is one of the main causes of the disease and death in the world. If you already know, you must stop smoking from now! In a cigarette there are 4000 types of chemicals and toxins. The longer you... Read >
Author: Medical Zones

Convenient Ways to Unclog Bathtub Drain

25th February 2011
There are many reasons why is a bathtub drain clogged, and whatever the cause, bathtub drains slowly or is completely blocked is really annoying and dirty. When clogged, mold can begin to grow and your bathroom will not only look bad, but objects in the t... Read >
Author: mr rescue

Triphala- An Ayurvedic Cure for Innumerable Diseases

05th February 2011
Triphala is a natural herbal medicine that is a perfect combination of three fruits mainly- the Gooseberry, the Bellirica Myrobalan and the Chebulic Myrobalan. Basically originated in India, it is considered the best remedy for a number of diseases. It is... Read >
Author: jenney.dicousta123

Protect Your Lungs from Excessive Chlorine in Swimming Pools

18th November 2010
There is no doubt that you can swim your way to great health. But are you aware that excessive chlorine exposure can sometimes lead to asthma and other respiratory problems? Chlorine, which is used for treating the water of indoor pools, can be detrimenta... Read >
Author: jenniferBolduc24

Do not ignore the bad breath caused by systemic diseases

11th May 2010
Many systemic diseases can also cause bad breath, I will introduce the following situations: (1) gastrointestinal and other digestive diseases. A stagnation of food in the stomach, they took to the taste of FA. Worse, there may be a result of chronic gas... Read >
Author: tangyao

Dealing With Bird Dust--3 Ways to Minimize The Bird Dust You Breathe

22nd March 2010
All birds create some dust or powder, but there are some bird species that create a lot more of it than others, and breathing this dust constantly is not healthy for you or your bird. Here are 3 ways to effectively remove bird dust from your air and creat... Read >
Author: Debbie

Horses Bedding

08th March 2010
Cardboard horses bedding Horse bed material is one of the most important equestrian care considerations. Research has shown that cardboard horses bedding is found to absorb five to six times more liquid than wood shavings and six to seven times more abs... Read >
Author: Michael J Greenwood

The H1N1 Swine Flu Epidemic Treatment

08th May 2009
Can the H1N1 swine flu epidemic treatment and prevention be so simple as taking a supplement? In 2006, a scientific paper offered an inexpensive way to manage the current influenza outbreak. What if the solution for the H1N1 swine flu epidemic was as simp... Read >
Author: Jonathan Steele

Health Benefits Of Honey

18th February 2009
Honey is much more than just a liquid sweetener. One of the oldest medicines known to man, honey has been used in the treatment of respiratory diseases, skin ulcers, wounds, urinary diseases, gastrointestinal diseases, eczema, psoriasis, and dandruff. Tod... Read >
Author: Jill Sabato

SAY!"NO TO TOBACCO"

23rd July 2007
SAY ! "NO TO TOBACCO" Statutory Warning : Cigarette smoking is injurious to health Tobacco is deadly in any form. According to WHO report, nearly 10,000 people die everyday across the world due to smoking related diseases. Smokers comprise 1.5 billion o... Read >
Author: K.V. RAMANA MURTHY

How Effective Sub-floor Ventilation Can Stop Dampness, Mould, Termites and Improve Your Familys Heal

13th April 2006
by David Marinos www.envirofan.net When it comes to new or old buildings now these two styles of construction can have the best of both worlds when it comes to effective sub-floor ventilation. This is intrinsically important when it comes to your fa... Read >
Author: Bruce Gow
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