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Antibiotics: classification and uses

18th June 2010
An antibiotic is a chemical produced by or derived from microorganisms (i.e. germs such as bacteria and fungi or bugs). Antibiotics are among the most frequently prescribed medications in modern medicine. Antibiotics cure disease by killing the bacteria o... Read >
Author: skgaran

7 Easy Ways To Fat Burning Fast

20th January 2010
Whether you are trying to lose a few extra pounds, or building a sculpted body, you will need every available technique in your arsenal when you begin to fight FAT. If you are only using one or two tactics you may get there eventually, but you will have a... Read >
Author: Bazi Girl

Eliminate Fat Cells From Your Butt Thighs Gut Arms and Face

03rd September 2009
Who Else Wants To Eliminate Fat Cells From Your Butt, Thighs, Gut, Arms and Face? If you are trying to lose pounds, or find your 6 pack abs; you will want every obtainable method available when you begin to eliminate fat cells from your butt, thighs, g... Read >
Author: dr dave

Acetic Acid In Vinegar: A Few Household Applications To Live By

13th May 2009
Acetic acid is one of the most important industrial acids. It is found in textile and garment industry. Paints and solvents require the application of acetic acid, as well. Manufacturing of paper, adhesives and inks demands the presence of acetic acid. It... Read >
Author: joalesto

Home Remedies For Liver-Cleansing

21st April 2007
Our liver is responsible for many important functions in the body. The liver produces bile and because bile helps in breaking down fats it is important for normal digestion and for the delivery of nutrients from intestines into the blood. The liver regula... Read >
Author: Alien

Treatment Of Inflammation And Chronic Systemic Inflammation

27th February 2007
Inflammation is one of the body's essential defense mechanisms and plays a vital role in protecting us against microbial attack, external and internally-produced toxins, as well as damaged and diseased cells and tissues. Unfortunately, the inflammatory... Read >
Author: Dr Keith Scott

What Enzymes Do For A Body As Proteins

13th August 2006
What Enzymes Do For A Body As Proteins Our body has a lot of biological functional units such as digestive system, nervous system and blood circulatory functions etc. Each functional unit requires some sort of energy to perform its function and enzymes... Read >
Author: tom willson

Asperger's Syndrome and Unequal Reaction to Pain

24th July 2006
As Parents, Teachers and Professionals of children with Asperger's Syndrome we are all familiar with the enigma of their unequal reaction to pain and injury. A stubbed toe or paper cut may set off a pain response (crying, screaming, and sobbing) such as i... Read >
Author: Nelle Frances
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