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Our Blog On Beards & How To Care For Them!

Added June 26, 2014, Under: How To, Men's Health, Skin Conditions

  Growing a mustache in the month of  November (as part of a cancer awareness program for guys) has been popular for the past couple of years, but now more and more American men are growing facial hair (beards and mustaches) all the year round - as a fashion and style statement.  Big corporations are even hiring models with beards for their advertising campaigns. Do you want to grow a beard? Just like any other fashion statement, growing a beard can require some ...

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Is It Time For Radical Innovations In Dental Procedures?

Added June 24, 2014, Under: dental care, Diets, Nutrition, Vitamin D

  For how many decades has the long-suffering dental patient been suffering at the hands of the dental profession? Think of all the drilling and filling of holes in the teeth, the root canal procedures and the teeth extractions. Isn't time (with the help of modern technology) that some radical changes were made? Perhaps that day has now arrived A new tooth-rebuilding technique has been developed at King's College, London, England, where fillings are disregarded and our teeth are to be encouraged to ...

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How Steamy Is Your Bathroom & Do You Need To Fix It?

Added June 18, 2014, Under: Environment, Health, How To, Top 10

Bathrooms can be hot and steamy places and, while that may be a good thing to get rid of impurities in the skin, it can cause havoc on the room's ventilation - especially if there is no window to the outdoors. And we all know how much damage mold and mildew can do to your home and your possessions.  It makes no difference to the problem whether you choose to bath or to shower. What can you do to improve the ...

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Does a High Pollen Count Affect You? How To Treat The Hay Fever Symptoms

Added June 17, 2014, Under: Environment

Whether you live in the town or the country, summertime can mean the misery of hay fever symptoms and that runny, itchy and/or congested nose as well as sneezing and itchy eyes. Hay fever is caused by an allergy to pollen, the name given to the fine powder produced by plants, trees or flowers to fertilize other plants, trees or flowers of the same species. A high pollen count is a count above 50. There is even recent evidence linking climate ...

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Top Ten Steps To Introducing Feng Shui To Your Home or Workplace

Added June 13, 2014, Under: Environment, Health

Ever wondered if you could improve the atmosphere and aura around your home, and even where you work? Feng Shui could be the answer for you. The Feng Shui of a house is determined by both interior and exterior factors – so much so that if the outside Feng Shui of a house is overpoweringly negative, there would be no point in working on the Feng Shui of the inside of the house before addressing any exterior problems. For example the ...

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How Safe Is This Dish Washing Liquid With Its Myriad Uses?

Added June 11, 2014, Under: Environment

Today I am sharing a guest post from Emily Berkman who has loads of good ideas about how to use original Blue Dawn.  I will add my own reservations at the end. Here is what she says: “Original Blue Down – it's not just for dishes any more... Have you ever wondered why Dawn Dish Washing Liquid is the wildlife cleaner of choice after an oil spill? According to the International Bird Rescue Research Center, Dawn effectively removes grease but does not cause ...

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How To Get Rid Of Lingering Smelly Cigarette Smoke

Added June 10, 2014, Under: Children's Health, Environment, How To

What could be worse (especially when you are a non smoker) than to take over an apartment, house or a vehicle where the previous owner or tenant was a smoker and the evidence is all too obvious. But don't despair, there are many solutions Preferably, these should be carried out before you even move in but I realize that this is not always practical. The ideal scenario is warm sunny weather and an empty property. Do not be tempted to use any ...

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Broad Beans for Bigger Health Benefits

Added June 5, 2014, Under: Health, How To, Nutrition

Whether you call them fava beans (USA) or broad beans (UK) these large, flattened light green pods are usually eaten shelled for their delicious flavor and considerable health benefits. Evidence has been found of their cultivation since at least 4500 BC while today they are grown all over the world with China being top of the list. Although usually just the shelled beans are eaten, if harvested when still really young, the pods may also be eaten as well as the ...

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