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Duties of Home Care Providers

14th September 2010
Many people do not understand what home care providers actually do. There are many different types of home care that offer different services related to medical care and supportive services to patients or clients who have limited abilities because of illn... Read >
Author: Tacit Logic

An Almost Crash Proof RC Plane?

07th July 2010
Crash proof or almost crash proof? As most of you know, anything you put into the sky will sooner or later have a crash, hard landing or suffer some other traumatic event. The real question is, will your RC plane survive the event to fly another day. I ha... Read >
Author: www.onestoprcworld.com

Menopause and Hair Loss Symptoms Explained

09th June 2010
Are you losing your hair? If you are nearing your mid-forties and have a slowly thinning head of hair, you may be in menopause. Yes, of course I'm talking to the ladies now! Everyone knows that men lose their hair as they get older, but many don't know it... Read >
Author: Doug Hart

Hypnotism As A Treatment For Claustrophobia

01st March 2010
People with claustrophobia have fears involving small spaces or places where it could be difficult to exit quickly, for example, elevators, trains or airplanes. Some sufferers even get claustrophobic inside MRI scanning machines. Due to their anxiety, cla... Read >
Author: Alan B. Densky, CH

5 Life Lessons You Learn From Antwoks Ant Farms

25th January 2010
Having an ant farm in your house is a great way to teach you children new things about life. Watching ants at work and play is amazing for kids of any age. Having the right ant farm is critical so you can see the ants behavior. There are 5 key learnings t... Read >
Author: hobby driver

How To Deal With Trauma And Chaos

22nd January 2010
If you're lucky, then you're never going to encounter a single traumatic experience in your life. If you're lucky, you won't encounter the emotionally and mentally scarring experiences that have left some people scarred and unable to really interact with ... Read >
Author: Reed Carney

Dealing With Compartment Syndrome

03rd December 2009
The reason for compartment syndrome is the excessive build up of pressure in one of the tissue compartments of the limbs, stopping the arterial pressure from supplying the area and depriving the tissues of adequate blood supply. Death of the local tissues... Read >
Author: David Ravech

How to Tell If Your Toe is Sprained or Fractured

15th September 2009
It can be difficult to tell the difference between a broken toe and a sprained toe. Sometimes you will hear the bone break, or you will see that the toe has been knocked out of its socket (i.e., dislocated). These signs and symptoms usually point to a tra... Read >
Author: jane baron

Pilonidal cyst - Prevention Tips and Treatment Methods

30th January 2008
Pilonidal cyst is a cyst at the bottom of the tailbone that can become infected and filled with pus. Pilonidal disease consists of a spectrum of entities ranging from asymptomatic hair containing cysts and sinuses to a large abscess in the sacrococcygeal ... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Giving Birth Myths: Believe 'em or Not

06th January 2006
Women have been giving birth the natural way, at home, way before all the technological advancements have been developed. The female of the species have produced healthy children centuries ago, long before Epidural has been invented. So what makes it ... Read >
Author: Elysiana Canlas
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