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Recent Trends in Medical Plastics

01st November 2012
Summary: The use of plastics in medical applications is wide and varied. Ranging from implants to disposables there are numerous applications of medical plastics. With a clear path to achieve a much wider usage, improvisation seems to be the key buzz word... Read >
Author: Ambarish Verma

Phobias And Fears: What's The Difference?

07th February 2012
Many people come to a hypnotherapist's clinic because they suffer from a phobia. Phobias are often treated by a joke by those who don't have them and don't understand them, but phobias are no joke at all if you suffer from one. What is a phobia? Rig... Read >
Author: Rick Rakauskas

Types of Tropisms – The Biological Phenomenon

09th May 2011
Tropism is a term that is derived from the original Greek word trope that is basically a biological phenomenon and related to plant world though at times the terminology is also used for the animal world. Tropism Features Major features of tropism ... Read >
Author: brainrobin

Amethyst Ring

06th April 2011
Looking for an amethyst ring? If you are in the market for an amethyst ring, made from the most precious stone in the quartz group of gemstone, then here’s some facts about amethyst to keep you in the know. First, the name of the stone that adorns a... Read >
Author: ArchebtRidley

The Glory of Blue Sapphire

17th September 2010
September is the ninth month of the year according to the Gregorian calendar with 30 days. It is derived from the Greek word 'SEPTEM' which means the Seven. It is also believed to be derived from Sanskrit word 'SAPTAM'. The month of September is of gr... Read >
Author: Buntz

What is Presbyopia and who does it affect

14th July 2010
The definition for presbyopia means "older eye," also known as the "short-arm syndrome", and is a normal part of the eye's aging process that causes the loss of the eye's ability to focus on close objects. The name presbyopia originates from the Greek wor... Read >
Author: Natalie Eastaugh

Dichroic Glass Cremation Jewelry

23rd February 2010
Cremation necklaces made from dichroic glass are a most unusual kind of memorial jewelry. Unlike an urn pendant, in which cremated remains are sealed in a hollow chamber, dichroic glass cremation jewelry is made by fusing a loved one's ashes into the glas... Read >
Author: thomasgalvin

Origin Of Clocks And Their Timeless Importance

23rd October 2009
Without the clock, we would never be able to tell the time. We would always be too late to head back home before the tide starts rising. All clocks in the olden days would ring a bell at a certain fixed hour to let people know the time. For this reason th... Read >
Author: A.Deakin

BAPTIDZO - A One Word Definition

20th October 2009
BAPTIDZO A One Word Definition By Ralph E. Bass, Jr., Th.D. Of course we would all like a one-word definition of BAPTIDZO or Baptidzo. Yet, this one word interpretation has defied translators and translations, for thousands years, not only in Englis... Read >
Author: Ralph Bass

Tribal Dragon Tattoos And What Exactly Do They Mean

28th September 2009
The Meaning Behind The Tribal Dragon TattoosPowerful, magical and mysterious are some of the words tha people use to describe the mythical dragons. Today, the dragon is also known as a popular fashion statement because it has become a mainstream tattoo de... Read >
Author: Bryce Pennington

I Can Do All Things Through Christ

01st July 2009
The passage written by the apostle Paul and found in Philippians 4:13, "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me," (NKJV) is a verse I became very familiar with when our young son entered kindergarten many years ago. Tears and fear is what we... Read >
Author: Denny Smith

The Importance of Sermon Outlines

26th June 2009
There is nothing more daunting then hearing a preacher struggling and stumbling through a sermon.rambling on from one thing to another aimlessly trying to say something. confusing him or herself and more importantly confusing the Listeners Most Preache... Read >
Author: Ranches Hall

The Unfortunate History of "The Miracle Mineral" - Asbestos

08th May 2009
Flexibility, durability and the ability to withstand high amounts of heat made Asbestos known as the 'Miracle Mineral' in Ancient Greece. Used for a wide variety of purposes such as funeral outfits for cremation of their kings to everyday household items ... Read >
Author: EvoSeo

Home Remedies for Scars

17th April 2009
A scar is the pinkish or brown patch of skin that grows in the place where you once had a wound or sore. They are areas of fibrous tissue that replace normal skin tissue after destruction of some of the dermis. A scar is thus the skin's natural way of rep... Read >
Author: naturalremedies

Getting Acid And Alkaline In Your pH Miracle Diet

10th February 2009
The main concept behind the pH miracle diet is to maintain a balance of pH in the foods that you eat. The human body is slightly alkaline and therefore it is better for your health to eat a diet composed of alkalizing foods. When you eat too many acidic f... Read >
Author: Jesus Smay
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