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Busting the Magnesium Fire Myth

10th March 2011
There is concern over the use of an ingredient in fireworks (magnesium) to create lightweight parts for a car, sporting equipment, medicine, etc. True, magnesium reacts to fire with very bright and extremely high heat flame. It can also have an explosive ... Read >
Author: Edward Tenn

Bausch & lomb pharmaceuticals present muro 128 eye drops to relieve eye problems

09th February 2011
What with the stress these days, where we expose the most delicate part of our body, our eyes, to dust, harsh lights, a constant glare from the computer screen and other irritants. As more and more people are working longer and longer hours, it is very co... Read >
Author: Yusuf Jaafar

The Importance Of Sodium Hydroxide In Certain Domestic Cleaning Agents

23rd March 2010
The chemical is known to be one of the strongest bases in the realm of chemistry. While the chemical sodium hydroxide is best seen in industrial plants or chemical laboratories, it is incorporated in so many products that it is hardly unseen at homes. So ... Read >
Author: joalesto

Buy Durolane and Reduce the Impact of Osteoarthritis Pain

04th March 2010
In order to increase the mobility and reduce the pain in knee joints as well as hip joints, Durolane is injected directly into the problematic knee or hip joint. If compared to other treatments of injections used for the treating osteoarthritis, it requir... Read >
Author: Article Publisher

IICRC test question examples.

01st March 2010
Taking the Carpet Cleaning exam for the IICRC can be daunting. But it doesn't have to be if you study. Here are some questions that will get you ready for the material and what to expect. Good luck.1. What is the ideal pH for cleaning wool:(A) wool is not... Read >
Author: Cliff Blanchard

Skin Allergy Treatment With AHAVA Skin Care Sourced From the Dead Sea in Israel - Healing Minerals

22nd September 2009
AHAVA is sourced from The Dead Sea, the world's largest natural Spa. The Dead Sea is the world's lowest place with a rare combination of unique therapeutic qualities, and of which has been the focus of interest since Ancient Times. There is no place on Ea... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Kidney Dialysis Jobs

10th September 2009
Kidney dialysis is the medical means of providing artificial renal replacement therapy for loss of kidney function due to renal failure. This means the kidneys cease to function adequately which produces abnormal fluid levels in the human body. Acute rena... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

The Advantages of Deionized Water Against Tap Water

01st July 2009
Tap water may not serve quite well for washing purposes. Tap water, which contains high amount of minerals, is usually used to clean windows. Pressure washing services also rely on tap water. However, ordinary tap water has dissolved substances. A few of ... Read >
Author: joalesto

Recognizing The Principal Properties of Sodium Hydroxide

29th May 2009
Sodium hydroxide is an important industrial chemical. It is used in manufacturing soaps and detergents, household cleaning agents, paper, and textiles. Pure form of this inorganic base occurs as a white solid commonly available in form of granules, flakes... Read >
Author: joalesto

When Do the Kidneys Affect High Blood Pressure?

12th May 2009
Kidneys affect high blood pressure due to certain imbalances while in the process of cleansing our body of about 50 gallons of fluid daily. Any imbalance will cause the filtering units of the kidneys called nephrons, to exert more effort than what is norm... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Salt chlorinators for swimming pools

04th May 2009
I often hear people referring to salt water swimming pools as being chlorine free because they uses salt as a sanitiser. This is not quite correct. A salt water pool produces its own chlorine using electrolysis of a mild salt solution. Why Salt Water ?... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Natural Treatment for kidney inflammation

25th February 2009
Kidney inflammation which is clinically known as nephritis is the swelling up of the kidney followed by many painful symptoms such as blood in the urine, edema, cloudy urine, reduction in the quantity of urine and pain in the loin. Some of the most promin... Read >
Author: dr mony

Salty Taste In Mouth

18th July 2008
Saltiness in mouth is one of the most common and ignored phenomenon in the world. Though it is not that big a problem, it can be annoying; if ignored. The condition involves constant salty taste in mouth. People suffering from the problem overlook it, as ... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Get Benefits of Himalayan Salt

09th June 2008
Table salt however is primarily sodium chloride with accumulative and consumed in excess which is very easy to do with today's lifestyle, when used in excess is detrimental to health and generally not recommended by doctors to be added to food.As most foo... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Campfire Magic. Make your campfire come alive. Take a little time to prepare.

04th March 2008
Campfire magic. No, we are not going to go into strange magic tricks, what we are going to do is tell you how you can add some chemicals to your fire and create a dazzling spectacle of colors what will amaze everyone. You may not want to do this all of th... Read >
Author: acaper
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