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Iguana shedding problems

11th January 2012
Iguanas shed in no particular sequence and it is done in sections or patches with a well-defined border. As the iguana gets older they start to shed less frequently and sometimes only certain areas of their bodies. Helpful things to aid shedding In ... Read >
Author: alan davis

Niseko - A Snow Destination You Must Visit

18th May 2011
Niseko is one of the snowiest ski destinations in the world with consistent falls of around 16 metres (640 inches) of light dry powder per season. It could be the best snow you will ever experience. Frequent fresh powder is delivered consistently via c... Read >
Author: Bjdavis

What Makes The Clown Loach Unique

16th February 2011
The clown loach has many unique characteristics starting with their morphology. They have a spine underneath each eye that becomes erect when they are stressed in some way. They can use it to defend themselves or attack other fish, which only happens in o... Read >
Author: PMane

ICD-9 2011 Solves Partial Removal Stumper

08th September 2010
When you cannot get all of a splinter out, there will be a new diagnosis code series that'll tell you the story. Family Physicians are familiar with foreign body removal that gets only a part of the object - and come this fall, they will have a diagnosis ... Read >
Author: James Smith

Stack and Tilt Swing Revisited

06th July 2009
By now you've probably heard of the Stack and Tilt swing model. Stack and Tilt is relatively new, but it has gained ground on the Tour. Developed by Andy Plummer and Mike Bennett, this new model has drawn good reviews from both veterans and youngsters. Go... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

How Plastic Bags Kill in the Marine Environment

31st October 2008
In the article on how plastic bags affect the environment, we talked about how these bags can be a menace to innocent animals and even babies. In this article we have illustrated just how this happens. First let's take the marine environment which see... Read >
Author: Susan Hutson

What Does Inverting Mean

03rd September 2008
What does inverting mean? It means to reverse something and that is what we do when we use an inversion table we reverse ourselves so we are up side down. Why should we look after our spines? What we do not realise is the damage we do to our spines... Read >
Author: JA

Thistle common for gardeners

26th July 2008
Thistle is a very common plant that you will use in natural-looking gardens, but you have to understand that thistle has leaves and flower heads that are made with sharp pricks. You'll find that the flower is made of the prickles, but it is covered from s... Read >
Author: Cheryl Hanlon

Facts About Upper Back and Neck Pain

11th June 2008
There are many types of back pain. Upper back and neck pain is just one of many. As many of us know, this can happen to anyone at anytime. Neck and upper back pain is just as painful and as troublesome as lower back pain. Many times an injury or strain... Read >
Author: Robert Lavoie

Back Pain relief with Acupressure Mat

06th June 2008
There is a natural source of healing power in everyone. When this healing power is activated, it triggers a series of complicated internal processes producing a Healing Response. Pain from Acupressure act to alert the body that damage control is needed, a... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

What You Need To Know About The Siberian Husky Breed Standard

23rd January 2008
Perhaps you think that all Siberian Huskies look alike. They most certainly do not. There is a wide variety within the breed. They come in many coat colors and eye colors. Their ears are usually pointed, but often are floppy. Their coats come in a variety... Read >
Author: Andrew Preston

Bullheads And Catfish - Names that bring joy and disgust

01st April 2006
When it comes to fishing, there are two names that make the sport great to me, 'bullheads' and 'catfish', no other freshwater fish get such a bad rap as these two old friends do. If I am at work or in a store or some other place, all I have to do is menti... Read >
Author: Robert Benjamin
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