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Ready, Set, Summer: Tips For Stress-Free Adventures

Ready, Set, Summer: Tips For Stress-Free Adventures Filled with sunny days and dispositions, summer is for the lighthearted. For many, it’s the season for camping trips and barbeques. Here are some suggestions that will help take you seamlessly through this traditional vacation-time season. Set yourself up for success and avoid burned skin, blisters and back […]

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Mesothelioma Diagnosis

Mesothelioma Diagnosis What Exactly Is Mesothelioma ? Mesothelioma the medical name for cancer of the lung or the abdomen lining, and is usually caused by exposure to asbestos. Asbestos is a type of building material used in thermal insulation products and ceiling tiles. Asbestos usage peaked during the 1950s – 1970s, but during the late […]

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How Fears Develop

How Fears Develop There have been talks about fears and phobias, and how they affect life. Fear is really the misconception, the rejection, and the dread of life. There are thousands of life definitions available around. Often, these meanings seek or require a happy, if not perfect, life in this world. We are urged to […]

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Dolphin Jewelry Promotes Environmental Awareness

Dolphin Jewelry Promotes Environmental Awareness “And when the day comes that we can communicate intelligently with dolphins, they may introduce us to the concept of survival without aggression, and the true joy of living, which at present eludes us. In that circumstance what they have to teach us would be infinitely more valuable than anything […]

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Plain Truth About Hair Loss

Plain Truth About Hair Loss This hair loss article unveils the myths and mysteries behind hair loss. Before I discuss the cause of hair loss, I think it is very important to dispel some hair loss myths. Does Combing & Shampooing Cause Hair Loss? Natural Hair Loss is NOT caused by combing or shampooing, though […]

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Wooffer – Children’s Book Review

Wooffer – Children’s Book Review Wooffer is a collection of thirty-three short animal-adventure children stories originally written by Betty Fasig for her family. The center character is Wooffer, a hairy dachshund puppy that “mom”, the author, receives as a surprise Xmas gift from her fun-loving family. A host of animals grace the pages of Wooffer, […]

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Teaching – A Survival Guide for Students and New Teachers (Part 4) Body languagwe basics

Teaching – A Survival Guide for Students and New Teachers (Part 4) Body languagwe basics Body language is your chief weapon in your campaign for a calm and disciplined learning environment. With the correct posture or hand movement it is possible to control even the most rowdy of classes. Most of the ideas here are […]

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Am I Just a Freak of Nature?

Am I Just a Freak of Nature? My parents were not much into going to church but my paternal grandparents dragged my four brothers and I into church whenever possible. I went to Sunday School and sat through countless sermons – all the while wishing I were out playing baseball or doing something fun. I […]

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The Five Best Gifts to Give Your Family

The Five Best Gifts to Give Your Family When we think of giving gifts, we usually think of things to buy for people. Yet if you think back on gifts you’ve been given, it might not be the material gifts you received that are foremost in your mind – it might be the kind of […]

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New Medicines Available To Treat Rare Diseases

New Medicines Available To Treat Rare Diseases Since 1995, America’s pharmaceutical research companies have made great strides in fighting rare diseases. More than 160 new medicines to treat rare or “orphan” diseases have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the last decade alone. According to the National Institutes of Health, more […]

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