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1. Is There a Connection Between Food Allergies and Mental Health?
Written by: Valerie Balandra ARNP | Distributed: | Word Count: 925 | Page Views: 3739
When it comes to the topic of food allergies, many of us think of young children and peanut allergies. After all, the sometimes-fatal reactions of those with peanut allergies are responsible for warnings on food, in restaurants, and other establishments where one may come in contact with peanuts or peanut residue. You should know, though, that food allergies go well beyond peanuts, young children, and physical reactions.
2. How To Tell If Your Clothes Are Dirty
Written by: Theresa Bane | Distributed: | Word Count: 1984 | Page Views: 6557
If you are the type of person who wears clothes, like, t-shirts for example, than this is an article for you. You may not be aware of it, but your favorite t-shirt that has a clever or funny saying emblazoned across it's width can actually reach a level of funk that requires it to be laundered.
3. Fill-In-The-Blank Bio Templates to Write Your Personal or Professional Bio
Written by: Barbra Sundquist | Distributed: | Word Count: 654 | Page Views: 101346
It's not hard to write a personal or professional bio when you use the fill-in-the-blank bio templates provided in this article. All you have to do is choose one or two sentences from each of the four categories and add your details. The result will be a first-rate personal or professional bio.
4. How to Play Santa Claus for Children--A Short Guide
Written by: Victoria McCraw | Distributed: | Word Count: 419 | Page Views: 22974
Playing Santa Claus for children, whether as a semi professional shopping mall Santa, a charity Santa who works to cheer up less fortunate children, or even as the resident Santa at social and family gatherings, is a heartwarming and important job. Nothing can quite compare with the smile on a child's face when he or she discovers that Santa is in the room.
5. 25 Ways to Get Passive Income From Scratch
Written by: Jay Abraham | Distributed: | Word Count: 1288 | Page Views: 4532
Everyone I ever talk to -- business owners, employees, retirees or students alike --- all tell me if they could have one financial wish among all the rest...it would be to create multiple streams of passive income for life.
6. I Want My Ex Back! 5 Tips That Will Improve Your Chances
Written by: James Kern | Distributed: | Word Count: 625 | Page Views: 6393
Five killer tips that help you claw back your ex, even if your situation seems in dire straits.
7. How to Download Voicemail Messages and Save to CD or MP3
Written by: Howard Richman | Distributed: | Word Count: 999 | Page Views: 140080
Have you ever wanted to permanently backup your answering machine messages or store your voicemail messages to your computer before they are auto-erased? Learn how to permanently save those cute messages from your children or important business messages.
8. TAKING RESPONSIBILITY - LIFE'S BIGGEST QUESTION
Written by: Richard Sparky Bryan | Distributed: | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 11307
When did Americans stop taking responsibility for their own actions? My friend agreed that the slide began in the late 1960's with the growth of the drug culture. But he was quick to emphasize that although the sixties began the slide, the real sharp slope did not arrive until the 1990's. Along about 1993, the slide began to sharpen. It was not until early 1998 that the slope became a steep cliff.
9. Please Hear What I'm NOT Saying
Written by: Scott Bywater | Distributed: | Word Count: 1022 | Page Views: 5227
Up until - probably the last 5 years - I always tried to pretend like I was perfect. The following poem called, Please Hear What I'm NOT Saying, tells much about my life when I was much younger... As it may tell about people you know in your own life...
10. Gain Weight Naturally With Proteins
Written by: Chris Francis | Distributed: | Word Count: 667 | Page Views: 3265
In my last article, I talked about how I gained 12 pounds of muscle naturally in two months with a few simple lifestyle changes. But when it came to diet, I'll admit, I was pretty vague. So now I will get more specific on the different types of food I included in my diet, and when the best time to eat them is, to gain weight naturally.
11. Build Muscle by Producing More Blood Cells
Written by: Masszymes (Matt Gallant) | Distributed: | Word Count: 1079 | Page Views: 3291
It is logical to think that to build muscle you must workout, but you can also have a situation where you work hard and your muscle mass stays the same. If this happens to you, no need to be alarmed. This article will show you how to overcome this. You will learn that if you have been following the same workout regime for months, rested well and ate right without results, it might be because you are not having the compounds the body needs for building muscle. This specific compound is called blood. Indeed, muscle blood cells build muscle.
12. How to Gain Muscle with Carbs
Written by: Chris Francis | Distributed: | Word Count: 563 | Page Views: 2911
Contrary to many of the health magazines we read, carbohydrates are vitally important when it comes to gaining muscle naturally. Carbohydrates are the main source of energy for all body functions, cellular processes, thinking, breathing, and muscular exertion. People say many contradicting things about carbs but the truth is that carbs can be good and bad. And too many 'good' carbs can be bad!
13. Increase Your Nutrient Absorption - Increase Your Muscle Mass
Written by: Asger Haug | Distributed: | Word Count: 968 | Page Views: 3357
Everyone needs nutrients to build muscle. Digestion is a hard energy demanding task for our bodies. Sometimes we eat in a way that actually strips away our nutrients. Discover the secrets of perfect digestion and absorption. The article contains information about how maximum digestion and assimilation of nutrients can be obtained through proper and right food combinations.
14. How to Gain Muscle with Fats
Written by: Chris Francis | Distributed: | Word Count: 772 | Page Views: 2702
The scoop on fat is that just like carbs, good fats are good, bad fats are bad and too much of them - of anything really, is not good for you. Saturated fats are very important to gain solid muscle naturally, contrary to what many people think. And there are many cholesterol-containing foods that that tend to get a bad rap but they, too, are necessary for muscle growth. It is the hydrogenated, partially-hydrogentated, and trans-fatty acid fats that should be avoided at ALL costs.
15. Gain Weight by Using Your Brain
Written by: Asger Haug | Distributed: | Word Count: 1300 | Page Views: 3416
If you have problems gaining weight or if you're looking for a way to gain weight faster, you need to read this article. Your nervous system, and the way you use it, has tremendous power over your bodily functions taking place at this very moment. Let's take a look at what might have been preventing you from getting the results you want and how to get what you want.
16. 3 Surefire Ways to Build Muscle and Get Lean
Written by: Rochelle Moreno | Distributed: | Word Count: 858 | Page Views: 3123
People make building muscle and losing fat much more difficult than it has to be - it's not complicated. It's just a simple formula in need of minor adjustments - calories in + calories out = weight loss or weight gain. This article reveals 3 surefire ways you can build muscle and get lean.
17. THE 6 “SECRETS” TO SALES SUCCESS AND A 6-FIGURE INCOME
Written by: Tony Pola | Distributed: | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 474
There is no magic pill, trick, teqnique, system or secret to success. However there are many beliefs and habits that will bring you the desired results that you wish to have. It is your choice to develop the appropriate beliefs and habits that produce the results that you wish to have. If you honestly are not happy with the results that you are having then you must change the actions, which are producing those results. The following are 6 of the habits, which I have found will rapidly accelerate your sales and income to heights, which only you will limit.
18. Be Prepared - The Pros And Cons of Non-Lethal Self-Defense Weapons
Written by: Brodie Abbot | Distributed: | Word Count: 938 | Page Views: 17818
In today's world, there are many means by which people can protect themselves. When thinking about self-defense, many people only consider martial arts or firearms. In truth, these are only two options from an array of self-defense mechanisms available. Through increased use in recent years, the advantages and disadvantages of stun guns, tasers, and pepper spray have become clear. All three items offer non-lethal means of protection, but one of them may be more appropriate than the others in a given situation.
19. American Idol Has Influenced The Music Industry In A Positive Way
Written by: Trent Lampe | Distributed: | Word Count: 731 | Page Views: 11335
It would almost seem that the format of American Idol wasn't intended to play a key role in the music industry. But after its all been said and done, it appears that American Idol actually produces quality singers who go on to collect prestigious musical awards, such as the Grammy and perhaps even the Oscar.
20. How To Be Happy -- With Whatever Life Gives You!
Written by: Bruce Elkin | Distributed: | Word Count: 1087 | Page Views: 9318
The way we make ourselves happy is unique to each of us. But the ways we make ourselves unhappy are remarkably common to all of us. So, perhaps, by not doing the things that makes us unhappy, we can create more space for deep and lasting happiness we long for.
21. Ancient Remedy for Nail Fungus
Written by: Jonathan N. Group, R.D., D.C | Distributed: | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 1462
Natural Cures - Myrrh for Fungal Infections
22. Decorating Tips: Best Placement for Rugs Under Furniture
Written by: AnnaRae Mills | Distributed: | Word Count: 681 | Page Views: 14125
Small rugs and accent rugs can usually be placed wherever they look good or fulfill a specific purpose, but larger rugs look best when basic guidelines for placement are followed. Since a larger rug often serves as an anchor for a furniture grouping or the main floor covering in a room, proper placement is essential for several reasons, including a balanced look.
23. The Future of the Office Photocopier Industry
Written by: Jennifer Robinson | Distributed: | Word Count: 635 | Page Views: 12397
Since Xerox first invented and sold the first commercial photocopy machine companies and organisations have paid for use of the machine on a cost per copy basis. This has traditionally included full maintainance and toner supplied under a service agreement. In-fact the office photocopier is unique in the fact its one of the only pieces of equipment that comes without a warranty from new. But photocopier expert Online Connect UK claim all that is about to change.
24. The Fascination with Ancient Egypt Continues...and Offers Unique Gift Ideas
Written by: Brian Banks | Distributed: | Word Count: 782 | Page Views: 2483
As the holidays draw near, there are plenty of sweaters, ties, and bathrobes to consider, but only a few presents can provide a unique conversation piece like Egyptian replicas and related gifts.
25. Is Anyone Doing Anything About Identity Theft?
Written by: Jerry Tarrer | Distributed: | Word Count: 1819 | Page Views: 2781
The crime of Identity Theft occurs when one person's name, social security number, ID card, account number or any other form of identification is used by or transferred to another person for unlawful purposes. The seriousness of this crime cannot be overstated.
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