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Effects Of Bird Dust---5 Reasons To Minimize It

16th July 2012
Powder down birds are well known for the white wing dust they produce. These include parrots such as the African Grey, Cockatoos, and Cockatiels. And even though this wing dust promotes healthy wings, here are 5 unhealthy effects it can have in your home... Read >
Author: Debbie

The Importance Of An Extractor Fan In Good Home Ventilation

14th May 2012
The prevalence of technology in everyday life in the past twenty years has greatly eliminated the need for families and individuals to spend time outdoors. Further aggravating the matter is an increasing crime rate, discouraging people from going outside ... Read >
Author: carlainspiration

Olive Oil For A Healthy Brain

26th March 2012
Although many people are aware of the great health benefits of olive oil in the diet, few realise that it can also have a powerful impact on brain health. An essential component of the famous 'Mediterranean Diet', researchers have long been interested ... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Cut down Waist Size Fast!

01st December 2010
To cut waist size fast is a typical desire for most women. Who among us does not want to fit into their skinny jeans without passing out from lack of oxygen?! Thankfully there are a number of quick and simple tactics Asian women use to shrink their mid-se... Read >
Author: LisaYu

Pulse Oximeter Usage by Athletes

15th November 2010
Athletes are known to push their body, physically to its limit. Sprinters desire to run faster, while swimmers desire to swimmer faster, and mountain climbers desire to climb to higher elevations. It is of the utmost importance from a physiological point ... Read >
Author: Pulse Oximeter

Keeping Your Body Oxygenated

11th August 2010
The Vital Importance of Oxygen for Optimum Health The renowned biochemist scientist Dr. Otto Warburg may have discovered an underlying cause of all cancers over 50 years ago. He actually won two Nobel Prizes for discovering the clues as to why cancer d... Read >
Author: Ernest Cobb

How To Naturally Regrow Lost Hair in 15 Minutes a Day Review

23rd April 2010
Hair loss can lead to insecurity and a feeling of hopelessness. If you would like to restore your head full of hair to its former glory, How to Naturally Regrow Lost Hair has a wealth of information to help you. This book is filled with simple tips and te... Read >
Author: dinnbao8

How to Overcome Hangover

11th December 2009
Due to festivities and occasional drinking, most of us have experienced a bout of unpleasantness the morning after excessive drinking. Commonly known as hangover, its effects vary from person to person in terms of strength and intensity. It usually involv... Read >
Author: genelia

“Autism Treatment: Anemia Could be a Factor”, States Tampa Dr. Mane

25th July 2009
ADHD and all the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ADHD, Aspergers, Tourettes, OCD, Autism) are childhood neurobehavioral disorders. Many times these disorders are so complex and can be so emotional that we lose sight of basic neurophysiology. Certainly we all a... Read >
Author: drmane

A Mature Hairline Is Part Of Aging

12th June 2009
As men age, they reach a point in which they no longer have the same hairline they had when they were ten years old. This is called a mature hairline and even though it is very common amongst men, some will still ask why me? Before you begin looking for r... Read >
Author: Benjamin Scott

10 Common Diseases: How to Treat and even Prevent with Alkaline Water!

25th May 2008
The Japanese claim that one of the underlying causes of adult diseases is the accumulation of acids in our body. In order for a treatment to be effective it must remove these excess acids from the system, otherwise the treatment will only offer a tempor... Read >
Author: Living Water

Heartburn, Drugs, and Low Iron

06th June 2007
Most people and doctors think it is ok to use drugs for heartburn, acid reflux, or gastroesophageal disease. Drugs for these diseases should be used sparingly and should be watched closely by the doctor. Drugs should be used for a short time to give the p... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Make Your Lawn Greener Then Your Neighbor's.

09th May 2006
Everybody wants their lawn to be as green as possible, right? Especially when summertime gets closer, lawn care will be a high priority for lots of people. As you think about all that must be done, consider showing off a greener, healthier lawn than ever ... Read >
Author: Taylor Evans
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