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Medical Scrubs: Then And Now

14th October 2011
One of the most important advancements in the field of medicine was the start of using scrubs in hospitals and surgical rooms, because it marked the beginning of a sterile environment where infection is kept to a minimum. Before doctors, nurses and surgeo... Read >
Author: Alexander Sutton

Carnelian Gemstones in Jewelry

01st February 2011
Carnelian gemstones are part of the quartz family. It is formed in volcanic rock where water rich in silica percolates through the cavities and fissures. The reddish color comes from the presence of iron oxide and can vary between pure red, reddish-orange... Read >
Author: Jennifer Cooper

Roofing and Rain Screen Cladding Needs of a Building

19th January 2011
Constructing a house is not an easy job and the ceiling and roof are two very tedious construction works for any builder. In order to build a proper, insulated and sturdy dwelling, the builder has to finish the fascia, soffit and cladding layers. For thos... Read >
Author: Melissa Coleman

Cleaning Sandstone With A High Pressure Steam Cleaner

15th September 2010
Uniquely designed and crafted sandstone monuments are often a proud focal point for any home owner. Sandstone consists of distinctive colours which offer a unique appeal to any home. It is an extremely versatile building material and is often used to cons... Read >
Author: Quickly Please Cleaning

How To Make Your Home Kosher

03rd June 2010
Being Jewish in today's age isn't always easy. But despite Facebook, Twitter and tons of text messages, many Jews are retaining the practices of their ancestors. The porous nature of many surfaces can absorb the flavors of other, non-kosher foods. The way... Read >
Author: Mark Etinger

Penetrating Damp In The Home - Top Tips For Treating

12th January 2010
What Causes Penetrating Damp? The causes of penetrating damp in damp walls are ofent related to problems with the building or plumbing which has meant that unwanted water is entering the propert. Coastal propertiescan also suffer from penetrating damp du... Read >
Author: David Sutcliffe
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