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Cycling Performance Boosted by Spices

[ad_1] It is well known that competitive cyclists and other groups of endurance athletes are frequently under intense, prolonged oxidative stress and are subject to injury, viral infections and inflammation of their muscles, joints and other tissues. This is especially applicable to older athletes who do not produce as many of their own antioxidants as their younger counterparts.Large quantities of ...

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Throat Infection & Its Treatment

[ad_1] A throat infection is discomfort, pain, or scratchiness in the throat due to any infectious condition. A sore throat often makes it painful to swallow in cases of throat infection. Sore throats are common. Most of the time soreness is worse in the morning and improves as the day progresses. Like colds, the vast majority of sore throats are ...

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PRE -OPERATIVE MEDICAL ASSESSMENT OF DENTAL PATIENT

[ad_1] PRE -OPERATIVE MEDICAL ASSESSMENT OF DENTAL PATIENT Author: Dr. Altaf H Malik Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Govt. Dental College, Srinagar. Co authors:  Dr. Ajaz A Shah Associate Professor and Head, Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Govt. Dental College, Srinagar. Dr. Suhail Latoo Lecturer Department of Oral Pathology and Microbiology, Govt. Dental College, Srinagar. Dr. Manzoor Ahmad ...

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Treatments of Moles, Warts and Skin Tags

[ad_1] What is the common factor among moles, warts and skin tags? All of them are skin problems and caused through viral attacks. They are very much viral diseases and can spread easily to infect other’s skin. Touch and skin contact is enough to spread this disease from the infected body to that of an uninfected one. The warts on ...

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Toxic Bile Discovered to be Cause of Liver Damage Among Victims

[ad_1] Copyright (c) 2008 Katie Kelley Currently, there are approximately 15 to 20 percent of liver failure and liver disease conditions that have unknown origins, however, scientists recently discovered a new condition that may explain the development of liver failure among this mysterious population. An article from Science Daily reported that scientists with the Heidelberg University Hospital found a link ...

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Success Rate of a Franchise: Key Mistakes to Avoid

[ad_1] There are several missteps that can negatively impact the success rate of a franchise and leave any franchise buyer very dissatisfied.  As you go through the franchise search process you will run across people who have made mistakes in starting their franchise. They will, most often, fall into several predictable categories.  As you talk to them, keep the following ...

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It’s Flu Season, Can I have Cosmetic Surgery

[ad_1] It is the Flu Season now, and the Swine Flu H1N1 is all over the news.  So not unsurprisingly, many of our patients have been asking about the flu.  Questions ranged from whether it is safe to have cosmetic surgery now, to whether or not cosmetic surgery will lead to swine flu.  Flu, seasonal or swine flu, is a ...

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Guillain Barre Syndrome – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Methods

[ad_1] Guillain-Barre syndrome (also known as acute inflammatory or post-infective polyradiculoneuropathy) is a rare but serious disease of the peripheral nervous system. GBS can affect anybody. It can strike at any age and both are equally prone to the disorder. It often follows a minor infection, usually a respiratory (lung) infection or gastrointestinal (gut) infection. It can become life-threatening if ...

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Post Hibernation Anorexia (PHA) in Tortoises

[ad_1] Post hibernation anorexia (PHA) is a very common problem in pet tortoises at this time of the year, and can be frustrating to treat. Prevention is much preferable to treatment, and with the correct husbandry, dietary practices and hibernation preparation, this is easily achievable. Sadly, post hibernation problems recur each year. Many pet tortoises are still kept by owners ...

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Gluten and Toxins in Pet Foods: are They Poisoning your Pets?

[ad_1] Tainted Wheat Gluten Suspected in Pet Deaths Celiac.com 04/05/2007 – Recent news indicates that wheat gluten tainted with melamine, a chemical found in Asian fertilizers, and forbidden in American pet foods, has been implicated in the sickness of as many as 8,800 pets, including the deaths of up to 2,797 animals, mostly cats1 . Stephen Sundlof, director of the ...

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How Being Involved in your Community Can Help Grow your Business

[ad_1] Home-based business in the United States is a $465 billion a year industry and is still growing. In 2005 it is reported that over 150 million people owned their own Internet business. According to Raymond Boggs, IDC vice president, Small/Medium Business and Home Office Research, “The Internet has become a critical communications and promotional resource for the largest share ...

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What Exactly is Network Marketing?

[ad_1] To begin with, the concept behind network marketing is simple. Sharing – through product or business philosophy – is the basis of network marketing. Network marketing is a multi-billion dollar industry involving millions of independent business people around the globe. Large companies like Gillette, Colgate-Palmolive, Kleeneze Europe, AT&T and others, have all turned to network marketing because of the ...

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Ten Great Facebook Marketing Campaigns

[ad_1] Facebook is the world’s biggest site for social media marketing. It claims to have 350 million active users in 180 countries – and 50% of them log onto it every day. Advertisers are scrambling for ways to make their clients stand out in this vast network. Here are ten recent Facebook marketing campaigns that worked. They are original, they ...

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8 Powerful Benefits of Audio Books to Teaching

[ad_1] Audio books have now made it possible for children to get better access to materials that they don’t like reading. Of course they must still read, but reading any material and still hearing it makes the reading much more interesting. Many schools have now taken audio books not just to the homes of their students but also in the ...

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