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Build Reptile Cage

If you have decided to build a reptile cage for your new pet then you are not alone. Many new owners make the decision to construct one versus buying from a dealer or pet store. As long as you do some due diligence before you start, it can be a …

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CHAMOMILE: A Reliable Herbal Muscle Relaxant

Herbal medicine is a traditional practice of treating ailments with the use of plants and its extracts. We all know that long before the advent of medical science and technology, people in ancient times would rely on the efficacy of certain plants and its extracts in curing various ailments such …

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Dentist scare the hide off of you?

If the thought of visiting your dentist scares you rigid then you definitely must read on. You see if you think about it logically it is in your dentists best interest to make your dental experience as easy going and calming as possible. You see he knows only to well …

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Fact: Smoking Is Taking Minutes Off Your Life

When you see a TV commercial for a brand of cigarette, you would see successful, professional men and gorgeous women enjoying their life to the hilt. They’re good-looking, hip and glamorous. Or at least, that’s what the advertisers would like to project smokers on screen. But the truth of the …

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Sleep Disorders – Sleep Apnea

All over the world in millions of homes, each night people are having a lousy nights sleep caused by our infamous dreaded enemy. Every night we all look forward to a peaceful night’s sleep and every night like clockwork we get a call from that dreaded enemy in the form …

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Distilling the Truth About Bottled Water

Since the tap water scares of the early 1990s, intense marketing campaigns have convinced consumers that bottled water is the only safe alternative to the tap. But do-it-yourself options like home water filtration systems are generally more convenient and less expensive than bottled water, which costs consumers $22 billion per …

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Fight, Flight, Or Phantom Fatigue

Person history has seen the slow relentless migration from a physically demanding merely simpler means of liveliness to a live-wired, high gear-stakes game of mental challenge and reaction that is played at breakneck speeds. For many of us, this has become daily spirit in the United States, and it seems …

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