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Things to do in Maine: How to Eat a Lobster with No Utensils

21st September 2011
One of the best things to do in Maine is eat a fresh boiled lobster. However, unless you're a Maine local this can appear to be an intimidating task requiring the use of specialized knives, skewers, crackers, spikes, and picks; not to mention enough spine... Read >
Author: skipsbrain1990

Shoulder Rehab Exercises Fixed my Shoulder

20th July 2011
Brad Walker, an internationally renowned stretching and sports activities personal injury consultant, discusses the several varieties of shoulder pain and the anatomy with the shoulder. Also, Brad analyses the causes and indicators of Frozen Shoulder. ... Read >
Author: Michelle Albery

Cpt 2011 Adds Two Add-On Codes to Describe Interstitial Device Placement During Another Procedure

11th April 2011
Until now, when your general surgeon placed interstitial devices for radiation therapy guidance during a distinct open or laparoscopic abdominal procedure, you did not have a way to report the additional service. See to it that you capture all the pay you... Read >
Author: Erin Lang Masercola

Get Rid of Stiff Neck Fast

27th August 2010
Unlike other forms of muscle problems, stiff neck is not as serious but it is bothersome and can get in the way of productivity and efficiency. Scientifically speaking, stiff neck involves the levator scapula, the muscle connecting the neck and the should... Read >
Author: timothy

Get To Know The Facts About Deionized Water

16th July 2010
There is a lingering controversy regarding deionized water or distilled water. There are issues about the safety of this type of water. If you try reading some write-ups about pure water, you would find a few posts about mineral leaching. According to som... Read >
Author: joalesto

Learn Microbiology Using Cell And Anatomy 3D Models

19th April 2010
Many of us find it hard to understand what is not clearly visible to us. The inner workings of the living body become more and more amazing as we advance in our techniques of perceiving it. When it comes to further understanding how the body performs, the... Read >
Author: Luther Watson

Ten Reasons to Become a Massage Therapist

01st April 2010
1. Massage therapists are licensed professionals. Almost all states in the U.S. require massage therapists to be licensed. To become a massage therapist, you must complete a certification or degree program at a massage therapy school and anywhere from... Read >
Author: Wilkinson Smith

Moles on the Soles of Your Feet? Keep an Eye on Them

08th January 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Dr Alireza Khosroabady DPM If you've discovered moles on the soles of your feet, you may be wondering if you've cause for concern. That depends on a few things. First of all, while not the most 'common' place for a mole to show up... Read >
Author: Dr.Khosroabady

Elbow Replacement Surgery India Cost – All Inclusive Medical Packages

05th October 2009
Elbow Replacement In India Overview Elbow Replacement in India Elbow joint replacement (also called elbow arthroplasty) can effectively treat the problems caused by arthritis of the elbow. The procedure is also becoming more widely used in aging adult... Read >
Author: WeCareIndia

Why Must Bra Straps Fall?

12th May 2009
You've read up on the proper way to wear a bra. You understand the support is supposed to come from the band around the bottom of the bra. There's only one problem. Your bra straps keep falling off your shoulders and driving you nuts. Why must bra straps ... Read >
Author: Tiffany Hart

4 Common and Easily Avoidable Causes of Hemorrhoids

20th February 2009
If you have hemorrhoids, this article will help you to figure out what has probably caused them. By understanding the cause you stand a better chance of being able to deal with them effectively and being able to prevent them from returning in the future. ... Read >
Author: Helen Moss

Killer Ab Workouts You Can Do At Home

20th January 2009
When most people attempt to perform ab workouts at home, they usually just lie on the floor and engage in a marathon of crunch repetitions. This all too common approach will never lead to a well-balanced set of six pack abs. First of all, the crunch ca... Read >
Author: John Alvino

How to Get Rid off Those Facial Parentheses (Nasolabial Folds)

24th July 2008
One of the most common facial areas that bothers many patients is the development of the nasolabial folds, also referred to as the lip-cheek groove, or in a recent television commercial known as the parentheses. You can argue whether it is a fold or a gro... Read >
Author: Eppley Plastic Surgery

Letters of Intent vs. Formal Contracts

14th May 2008
It's a common question for many business owners: what's the difference between a letter of intent (LOI) and a formal contract? When should you use one instead of the other? Perhaps the most important difference is that while a Letter of Intent may contain... Read >
Author: megadox

Grey's Anatomy and Quotes: The Peculiar Wisdom of Meredith Grey

18th November 2006
Grey's Anatomy is a well-written show. I think most people, even those who don't particularly enjoy the program, can agree on this. Grey's is solid because of this, because their characters speak with intelligence and cleverness. The interactions between ... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola
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