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Communication - Why It's Important During a Breakup

16th January 2009
Communication - Why It's Important During a Breakup You may realize that communication is important during a breakup, especially if you're intending to try to get your ex back...but what you may not realize is that it's actually important to ke... Read >
Author: kanetohman

Carrom Game and Carrom Powder

07th January 2009
As all of is are aware the carrom game is played on a board made of lacquered plywood, with a 29 inch (74 cm) square playing surface. The edges of the playing surface are bounded by thick wood, and the four corner slots of the board has net nets to hold t... Read >
Author: Sharon Samraj

How Can Runners Prevent ITBS?

17th December 2008
One of the most common overuse injuries among endurance athletes is ITBS. ITBS is Illotibial Band Friction Syndrome. Other common names for ITBS are Illiotial Band Syndrome and IT Band Syndrome. ITBS is a common cause of knee pain among cyclists and runne... Read >
Author: Dr. Christopher Segler

Essentials in a Burn Injury

30th November 2008
Burn injury is a type of injury that is sustained by millions of Americans annually. It is the term used when tissues in the body are burned as a result of chemicals, friction, radiation, heat, or electricity. Around 2.4 million people suffer from thi... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

you Should Stake A Young Tree

12th September 2008
When a tree is in the young stages, one of the most vital things you need to provide for it in addition to water and nutrients is support. If you don't hold up the tree somehow, it might end up bending in a certain direction and growing extremely crooked ... Read >
Author: Jess Shaw

An Introduction To The Caterpillar Transmission

09th September 2008
Thousands of companies in a variety of industries rely upon the Caterpillar transmission to work seamlessly with their heavy-duty equipment. These transmissions toil relentlessly, communicating with every component in the powertrain to provide the muscle ... Read >
Author: Christine OKelly

Workplace Control

16th August 2008
Control systems in the workplace are necessary tools to monitor, forecast, or diagnose performance and performance deviations. Some control systems like Six Sigma have reportedly saved organizations millions of dollars and some safety control systems have... Read >
Author: MikeRidpath

How To Deal With Painful Corns

25th July 2008
The accumulation of the dead skin cells lead to corns on the foot, which causes the area to harden and thicken. These look like projections of the feet. It has a cone-shaped core with a point, which can press on a nerve below causing pain. These are very ... Read >
Author: Maasi Smith

How To Get Rid Of Corns

14th July 2008
CornsCorns can be described as painful build-ups of the skin, usually noticed either on the soles of the feet or over the joints of the toes. They are mainly the result of wearing shoes that fit too tight, which leads to excessive pressure on a particular... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Blisters - Causes, Symptoms, Prevention, Treatment

11th July 2008
Common causes of blisters include friction and burns. If the blister isn't too painful, do everything possible to keep it intact. Unbroken skin over a blister provides a natural barrier to bacteria and decreases the risk of infection. Cover a small bliste... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Get Treatment for Chafing

02nd July 2008
Lubricant - When you increase your mileage all other efforts may fail. It is time for real preventative. There are a variety of lubricants on the market. They are readily available at most running stores. Many people use petroleum jelly because it is inex... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Blisters

23rd May 2008
Common causes of blisters include friction and burns. If the blister isn't too painful, do everything possible to keep it intact. Unbroken skin over a blister provides a natural barrier to bacteria and decreases the risk of infection. Cover a small bl... Read >
Author: Corwin Brown

What is the Importance of Wearing Shooting Socks While Out Clay Pigeon Shooting?

21st February 2008
When shooting the right look is essential. While blending into the environment is important head to knee, the socks can be a real expression of individuality. Shooting knee-high socks should be worn two-fingers width below the knee, with a folded back top... Read >
Author: sam lowe

Air Hockey Fan's tips

26th August 2007
Air Hockey pucks are slim discs made of a plastic material known as Lexan. Standard USAA-approved pucks are the yellow lexan, red lexan and the Dynamo green. In competitive play, a layer of thin white tape is placed on the face-up side. Four-player... Read >
Author: AJ

Are Ceramic Taps For DIY Plumbing?

01st September 2006
Not every plumbing job needs a licensed plumber. In fact there are many small jobs that can easily be handled by the do it yourself plumber. When it comes to DIY plumbing are ceramic taps an option for you to install? Well let's start by better underst... Read >
Author: Carl Shupert
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