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Electronic Scales Are Heavily Used In Agricultural Industries

12th August 2008
Electronic scales are heavily used throughout the agricultural industries. Bench scales are used to weigh out seed, chemical additives, and other small items. Platform scales weigh out small amounts of feed, monitor feed usage, weigh 55 gallon drums of fl... Read >
Author: Chris Carter

What to Expect At 26 Weeks Pregnant

17th July 2008
When you are 26 weeks pregnant, you are in the second trimester of the pregnancy and almost at the third trimester stage. By this time, you are noticeably pregnant and your normal clothes no longer fit properly. Your stomach is starting to protrude and yo... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

How to Prevent Weight Gain as We Age

28th March 2008
Why is it that once we get to the age of 30 or 40 we seem to gain weight a lot faster than any other time in our life? Even people who have been skinny their whole lives, begin to pack on the pounds once they reach this age. Why is that? There is an exp... Read >
Author: Luke Johnstone

Phase 2 Starch Neutralizer for Easy Weight Loss

26th March 2008
Phase 2 Starch Neutralizer is an all-natural nutritional ingredient derived from the white kidney bean (Phaseolus vulgaris). Phase 2 is the first nutritional ingredient that has been clinically and scientifically proven to neutralize starch found in i... Read >
Author: MaxHealth

Capitalism - The Cause of American Obesity

30th May 2007
Americans need to stop taking things for granted. The American way of life is conducive to obesity and weight gain, due to the influence of food and (lack of) physical activity. America's system of capitalism has spawned an abundance of wealth that fee... Read >
Author: Nitin Chhoda

How To Lose Weight With The Law Of Attraction

12th May 2007
The law of attraction states that like attracts like. This means that whatever you are thinking and feeling on a deeper level, you will attract. You can think of it as your subconscious beliefs and programming. If you are finding yourself overweight and w... Read >
Author: Dr. Enigma Valdez, C.H.

Acid Reflux and Weight Gain

16th November 2006
Acid reflux is a common disorder that affects more than 7 percent of the American population. The disease generates symptoms such as heartburn, throat inflammation and pain, difficulty swallowing and difficulty breathing. The symptoms of acid reflux have ... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola

Dehydration May Be a Major Cause of Eczema

22nd July 2006
Dehydration is far more common and detrimental than most people think. Although many have heard of the extremes the conditions that result in hospital visits dehydration occurs on a gradient scale, and any departure from the ideal affects your general... Read >
Author: No Last Name

Lose 10 Pounds by Jogging

19th February 2006
For the vast majority of people, weight gain is a very slow, almost imperceptible process. Most of us are familiar with the experience of stepping on a scale and wondering just where, exactly, did those pounds come from? For most people, the weight come... Read >
Author: Mohammed Abdulaleem

How to Wean a Bottle Fed Kitten

29th November 2005
A common problem with new kitten owners is knowing when to start the weaning process, First off, a kitten needs milk during the first four to five weeks of age so it's usually not a good idea to start before week four. It is important to be patient!... Read >
Author: Mike Taylor

Shih Tzu - Ways A Breeder Can Influence Healthy Litters

01st November 2005
Nutrition is probably one of the most important variables that influences an outcome of healthy puppies. I learned the hard way that extra pampering and attention is almost as important, and limit the things you change in the lives of your pregnant shih t... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

All the Health Risks of Processed Foods -- In Just a Few Quick, Convenient Bites

28th October 2005
Every day, 7 percent of the U.S. population visits a McDonald's, and 20-25 percent eat fast food of some kind, says Steven Gortmaker, professor of society, human development, and health at the Harvard School of Public Health. As for children, 30 percent b... Read >
Author: Brian Vaszily
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