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Help Yourself to Mental Balance with Ancient Musical Modes Part 5.

09th January 2013
This short article is the 5th in a series about using ancient musical modes to help with mental balance and inner harmony. We covered the Phlegmatic, Choleric and Sanguine temperaments in the first four articles and we will now tackle the Melancholic. ... Read >
Author: Cepheus

Understanding Body Type to Lose Weight

04th November 2011
When we set out to lose weight and improve our body shape, we often have a goal in mind the ideal body to which we aspire. Unfortunately, for most of us this goal is not based on a better version of our own body, but the body of someone else. In essence... Read >
Author: Alex

Reversing The Breakup With Your Boyfriend or Girlfriend Without The Need of Quarrelling

12th July 2011
The suffering of a break-up is very challenging for most partners to go through. As time passes, many partners start longing for their spouses and they often start having the desire of reversing the break up with their ex lover. Nonetheless, if your at... Read >
Author: Raymond Ehoma

Whitening Day Cream Solution For Chicken Skin

02nd June 2011
Keratosis pilaris or KP, also identified as chicken skin, is not a physically painful problem, but the appearance of the rash-like bumps is known to cause increased anxiety and depression, which makes it emotionally painful. The condition is a sign that ... Read >
Author: Aden Bentley

How To Stop Your Jack Russell From Running Away

06th April 2011
Why does my dog keep running off? It may not be nice to see your Jack Russell running away from you, but the simple fact is that its in his genes. For generations, Jacks served hunters by running off into the distance, marking where fallen prey land... Read >
Author: Leanne Laker

Root causes of discrimination

07th March 2011
Discrimination is defined as showing differences in preference to or not in favor of people, classes or groups, or on the basis of ones ethnicity, religion or race. It is the treatment of a particular person based on bias, instead of on their personal me... Read >
Author: discrimination59

Hematophobia - Overcome Your Blood Phobia with Hypnotherapy

27th March 2009
An intense fear of blood is a phobia that we treat fairly regularly here in our UK hypno-psychotherapy practice. Like all other phobias, blood phobia is essentially an anxiety disorder. The person suffering from a phobia of blood may very well sense... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Dealing with Bunions En Pointe

07th February 2008
Many girls who start on pointe are scared that they will get bunions from doing pointe work. If a bunion is present it can cause real problems with fitting pointe shoes and dancing en pointe. Dance Physiotherapist Lisa Howell discusses the reality of danc... Read >
Author: Lisa Howell

How to Deal With Dog Food Aggression

09th May 2007
If your dog growls or snarls whenever you or another dog approach him in the presence of food , your dog may be exhibiting signs of dog food aggression. This is a potentially serious form of dog aggression but is one that can be controlled with proper ... Read >
Author: gpoint

Norwegian scabies versus nodular scabies

27th March 2007
Scabies is a very contagious skin infection in young children, determined by the arthropod Sarcoptes scabiei. The way of transmission: through human contact. The term scabies is derived from Latin term ''scabere''meaning to scratch. The lesion caused by t... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola

The Danger of Candida Yeast Infection Explained

08th September 2006
Candida is a very dangerous yeast infection. Everybody knows about it but very often is underestimated even by some doctors. Why? Maybe because this infection is very "quiet" and its symptoms are vary vague. If a simple Candida infection is taken in consi... Read >
Author: Dalvin Rumsey
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