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Mud The Latest Treatment for Eczema and Psoriasis

17th November 2006
Cleopatra, probably the most famous ancient beauty, had a dirty little secret ? mud. Not just any mud, but mud from the Dead Sea. She was so taken with it she had Mark Antony conquer the area for her, and then she opened up cosmetic factories along the sh... Read >

Seeds Of Discord: Ethics Debate Over DNA-Based Patents Grows

17th November 2006
Percy Schmeiser has been growing canola for more than 40 years on his farm in Bruno, Saskatchewan. But six years ago his life got unexpectedly complicated. Pollen from some genetically engineered canola had blown onto his land from neighboring farms. With... Read >

What is an occupation class for disability insurance?

17th November 2006
When you're researching Disability Insurance one of the areas you run into is something called the "occupational class". Insurance of all types is based on an estimate of the financial risk to the insurance company. Based on that data a premium (payment) ... Read >

Dry Skin Could Be a Symptom of Kidney Disease

12th October 2006
The kidneys are responsible for a number of vital functions. Although acute or severe disease of the kidneys produces symptoms that you would probably not ignore, chronic degeneration may result in symptoms that are too mild or too general to warrant a tr... Read >

The Moral of The Story: Fables Aid In Moral, Social And Political Lessons

06th October 2006
Countless fairy tales with infinite variations, usually conveying moral, social or political lessons through skillful narrative and interesting characters, have existed throughout history and throughout the world. Consider Aesop's fables, the basis for so... Read >

Reasons to get (or not to get) life insurance

28th September 2006
Why does someone not get life insurance ? These reasons why people don't get life insurance or delay can be simplified as: You feel there's no reason or need to have it Can't afford it (or don't want to spend the money) Don't have time to take... Read >

Does Dry Skin Cause Wrinkles?

27th September 2006
Many people slather on moisturizers every day thinking that they will reduce or prevent dry skin, and that, in turn they will reduce or prevent wrinkles. Is it true? Many things that cause wrinkles have nothing to do with whether or not the skin is dry -... Read >

Dry Skin Treatment in Ayurvedic Medicine

27th September 2006
Ayurvedic medicine is the traditional medicine of India. Treatment consists largely of herbs, fruits and spices, but much of it also revolves around self-care - living a lifestyle designed to prevent illness. Although India is quickly changing, daily life... Read >

Is Hard Water Causing Your Dry Skin?

27th September 2006
Many articles are written about products that contain harsh chemicals that dry the skin and millions of advertising dollars are spent on products that claim to do the opposite. However, one often overlooked dry skin factor is the hardness or softness of o... Read >

Dehydration May Be a Major Cause of Eczema

22nd July 2006
Dehydration is far more common and detrimental than most people think. Although many have heard of the extremes the conditions that result in hospital visits dehydration occurs on a gradient scale, and any departure from the ideal affects your general... Read >

VoIP Telecom Billing Fraud shakes telecom industry

28th June 2006
The federal government on June 8 arrested Edwin Andrew Pena, 23, owner of Fortes Telecom Inc. and Miami Tech & Consulting Inc., for hacking into other VoIP providers' networks, routing his own customers' calls onto those platforms, then billing those comp... Read >

Salt Can Help Fight Skin Infections and Dryness

28th June 2006
Some 2,000 years ago, Hippocrates used salt liberally to heal a number of conditions and diseases milk and salt water were combined as an early morning drink to heal diseases of the spleen, steam from salt water was inhaled to cure respiratory ailments,... Read >

Mercury Toxicity Can Cause Eczema

28th June 2006
It has long been known that mercury in high concentration is toxic to humans, but until 50 years ago, it was not really too much of a problem for most of us. However, the prevalence of mercury in our food and environment has now reached global proportions... Read >

Alleviating Dry Skin Caused by Chlorine Help for Swimmers

12th May 2006
Summertime is just around the corner. Serious swimmers are already hard at work training for the next summer Olympics and many Americans are thinking about swimming for fun. But every stroke they take in chlorinated water, and even the after-swim showers ... Read >