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Frost Free Refrigerators: Get the best out of your refrigerator

29th July 2008
A refrigerator is usually a neglected product in many homes and this is despite of the fact that the services offered by it are second to none when it comes to hygiene, health and food products. Most of us do not realise the importance of a refrigerato... Read >
Author: Raisa Raima

Hip Bath – Method of Hip Bath and Health Benefits

24th July 2008
Hip baths are very helpful in stimulating the stomach, liver, intestines, kidneys, spleen and other digestive organs, and in maintaining their efficiency. Equipment for Hip Bath - You must have seen specially made tubs for hip baths. The tub is oval i... Read >
Author: Nick Mutt

Complete Information on Erythromelalgia

18th July 2008
Erythromelalgia is a disease rare and characterized by the redness of the skin, the enlarge temperature, and the pain in the ends (of the feet and the hands), which usually occurs in response to heat and the moderate exercise. Erythromelalgia can be prima... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Caring for Your Linen Clothes

18th July 2008
Linen is one of the most comfortable fabrics you can buy. It also requires a little extra care to own, this is due to the fact it is made from the flax plant, which produces long fibers from its stalk. These natural "yarns" are what wick moisture away fro... Read >
Author: Cory Davis

Muscle Soreness Recovery with Contrast Showers

07th July 2008
Whether it's from lifting weights, running, or playing a game of tennis, muscle soreness can result from making your muscles work in ways they are not used to. This is an unfortunate side effect, as it can limit your future physical activity.The cause of ... Read >
Author: Tony Schwartz

How to wash your face to treat acne

05th July 2008
Washing your face is important and there is a special three step process for washing your face every day. Lets look at hte process in detail and this should hopefully help you reduce tha acne that you suffer from. In the morning, whether you are shower... Read >
Author: Bill Nadraszky

Acrylic Fabric

25th April 2008
The acrylic fabric is a type of fabric made from acrylic fibers, and was first manufactured by the DuPont Company. Now DuPont no longer manufactures acrylic fabric, but it is still widely manufactured throughout the world it does use a chemically produced... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

The Homemade Drink That Burns Calories

06th June 2007
Today I'm not going to talk about dieting or exercise.Obviously diet and exercise are necessary but there are some real easy weight loss tips (that barely require any effort) that you can use to burn off extra calories.I'm now going to share with you one ... Read >
Author: Omid Maskori

HEART ATTACK AND DRINKING WATER

14th March 2007
Heart Attack and drinking warm water.... Not only about the warm water after your meal, but about heart attacks. This makes sense.. the Chinese and Japanese drink hot tea with their meals...not cold water...maybe it is time we adopt their drinking h... Read >
Author: Fatima Jiwani

Tips and tricks to being an accomplished anorexic(part two)

30th January 2007
So, as I have said in my first article, being an anorexic is not so easy. There are many thing to be done in order to get there, to the stage where you can actually say you are an anorexic. So let' s go on with the list. Temptation is very big. So to... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola

Fridges - A Brief History on how they have evolved

23rd June 2006
The chances are that you use your fridge every single day of your life, but I doubt you think about it very often. It just sits there, gently humming away, doing its job it's just part of life. Yet before the 1920s, there were no fridges, and they we... Read >
Author: John Gibb

How Koozies Work

05th April 2006
Koozies (also known as can coolers) are great to have on a picnic, or when you're just sitting outside on a hot day. They keep your drinks colder for much longer. Koozies are a great invention, but have you ever stopped and thought about how they work? Th... Read >
Author: John Hanksworth
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