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How to Become a Doctor in the UK

01st December 2011
Medicine is an exciting field that is always changing with new discoveries and techniques being developed every year. A career as a doctor is held in high esteem, pays well, and offers continuous challenges. Its no wonder why the competition to get into ... Read >
Author: Mark Armstrong

Evening Dresses Suitable for the 12 Zodiac Signs

03rd October 2011
You must want to be the shinning point under the light in the party. But you are still confusing what kinds of evening dress you should wear. Now I'd like to give you some tips about how to choose the right evening dress based on your zodiac sign. 7. L... Read >
Author: cadyundirect he

Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid Deficiency - A Theory of Premature Graying

27th June 2011
For centuries, health industry experts have espoused the principle that once our hair begins becoming gray, there's no strategy to reverse the clock on Mother Nature. Fortunately, recent scientific studies have demonstrated promising advances within th... Read >
Author: Frederica Hegney

Qualities of a Good Dermatologist

24th May 2011
Before you go running to a dermatologist you just heard of, you must keep in mind several qualities a good dermatologist must possess. This way, you will be sure that the service you will be getting is what you deserve and what you really are paying for. ... Read >
Author: LauriHersh

Evolution Of Computers Through Five Generations

21st December 2010
The technological development of the computer over the ages is often referred to in terms of the different generations of computing devices. The very first ones occupied a lot of space. So much so that special janitorial services or commercial cleaning se... Read >
Author: Stewart Wrighter

Ormus,Monatomic Gold is it an Anti-Ageing Alchemical Elixir?

08th February 2010
Orbitally Re-arranged Monatomic Elements The accidental discovery of single atom elements by a Phoenix-area cotton farmer in the 1970s may have opened the door to limitless free energy, a cure for AIDS and cancer, longevity, faster-than-light speeds an... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

The characteristics of a good teacher and the roles they play

07th June 2009
Teachers are a vital part in the education of students. There are a lot of roles that teachers play, being the adult overseeing children's world. A teacher is both a friend and a disciplinarian to his/her students. Teachers should learn to be approachable... Read >
Author: PERSON

Lysine, Vitamin C and Angina

09th January 2009
If you have angina pectoris (chest pain due to heart disease), I have a suggestion from this century's most brilliant scientist, Linus Pauling, PhD. One of his colleagues was having a terrible fight with cardiovascular disease. He had undergone three sepa... Read >
Author: Healthy Directions

Where did Alzheimer ’s Disease get its Name?

29th June 2007
Alzheimer's disease was originally named after Dr. Aloysius "Alois" Alzheimer, who was a German doctor that specialized in psychiatry and neuropathology. The term "Alzheimer's disease" was first coined in a book written by Dr. Emil Kraepelin, an accomplis... Read >
Author: John Trevey
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