Daily Archive: 01 September 2011

Jessie J

Jessie J

September 1, 2011

Jessie J. (Jessica Ellen Cornish) is a British singer who has gained much notoriety in the world pop scene. Jessie was born in London, and appeared on stage in West End production of Whistle Down the Wind. She suffered heart problems and stroke. She began composing songs at 17 years old and [...]


Duration Of Heat Waves On Menopause

September 1, 2011

North American Research A common problem during menopause, causing great discomfort to all women who go through this phase, is the sensation of heat waves. According to a new U.S. study, this heat not only occurs during menopause, but,also can last up to ten years. This news angered many women who [...]


Make Your Home More Beautiful

September 1, 2011

To our everyday life, our house has to be our haven of leisure and rest. For where we live is considered a true home, you need to make it beautiful and functional for it to be a pleasant environment to receive family and friends, take a relaxing bath, a good meal and have a restful […]


Colors For The Bedroom

September 1, 2011

When choosing colors to paint the interior of a home, whether in painting or in the first hours of the reform, one of the harshest environments to find the ideal color is undoubtedly the bedroom. On one hand, it must be the place of rest and relaxation, and therefore the colors should be clear and [...]


Chrysler 300 Accessories

September 1, 2011

EXTENSIVELY HIGH STEEL MATERIALS The Chrysler 300 accessories were used throughout the countries for the redesigned processes and goal of making new Chryslers 300 all over the countries. The demand of these cars are very high because of these accessories which seem to be quality conscious and [...]

Women tolerate more pain than men?

Women and The Pain

September 1, 2011

Women tolerate more pain than men? Many people assume that because of giving birth, women have greater pain tolerance than men. However, some studies do not support this theory. A study at the Pain Management Unit at the University of Bath reported that women experience more pain during their [...]


Physical Activity May Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease

September 1, 2011

Even small amounts of physical activity may reduce the risk of heart disease, says a study by researchers at the School of Public Health Harvard (USA) and published in the journal Circulation. According to experts, as people do more exercise, they have less chance of complications in [...]


Different Views on Abortion Law in Different Countries

September 1, 2011

Actively terminating the pregnancy around the globe by the consent of the woman and her husband, in most cases by the woman, is called the abortion. There are many factors that are governing the abortion law around the world. Some of these are associated with professionalism of the prostitutes who [...]

Hypoglossal Nerve

Must-Know Facts About Your Hypoglossal Nerve

September 1, 2011

The hypoglossal nerve is found below the tongue. It is the twelfth cranial nerve and is one of the two cranial nerves that innervate the tongue. The hypoglossal nerves are crucial for talking, swallowing, and eating as it allows the tongue to move and feel. Disorders affecting one or two of the [...]

Jugular Vein

Jugular Vein Assessment – A Useful Aid in the Diagnosis of Heart Conditions

September 1, 2011

Did you know that jugular vein distention can actually be a sign of heart disease? The jugular veins are found in the neck and are mainly responsible for directing blood from the brain, head, face, and neck toward the heart. The term “jugular” actually comes from the Latin term “jugulum” [...]

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