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How to Remove Chlorine from Drinking Water

For many decades, chlorine has been used as a method to remove dangerous pathogens such as cholera and typhoid bacteria from the drinking water and in many parts of the world, the water that arrives through taps would be ‘chlorinated’. Such a process made it possible to reduce the incidence …

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Goal Setting for Short Medium and Long Term Targets

In order to achieve our dreams we need to set goals. Saying you want to publish a novel, travel to every continent, or run a marathon is not enough to achieve that goal. Nor are these goals realistic if you expect to do them immediately. No, these are personal goals …

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How to take Care of your Feet

What can be more relaxing than coming home from a hard day at work, or an exhausting shopping trip, kicking off your shoes and indulging in a foot bath? The moment you slip your feet in the warm water, you can feel the tiredness leaving your body and feel yourself …

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Natural Cures for Hangovers

A hangover is one of those ‘Never Again’ conditions that most people suffer from time after time, because all good intentions are forgotten at the next great party. While a hangover can feel like death – in fact if it’s a really bad one, death may seem a preferable alternative …

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Weight and Relationships

You should strive to maintain a healthy weight for yourself not someone else. It is not necessarily healthy to be bone thin. Some people that are are thin also deal with high cholesterol and other health issues. As far as relationships go a lot of pressure has especially been put …

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Loving yourself

While the title may, on first examination, seem selfish, loving yourself is a huge step to take in the order of your life. Loving yourself makes you a person who has more to offer the world in general and helps to make you complete. From childhood, we learn who other …

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Popular Culinary Herbs and their Effects upon Health Chives

Chives or Allium schoenoprasum aka: bei cong, ciboulette, asatsuki, or cebolleta; is perhaps the mildest of the edibles in the Allium Genus which includes Onion, Garlic and Leek. Altogether the Genus covers over 1250 species and is one biggest of the plant world. It matches Basil with its first reported …

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10 Ways to Feel better

Well I guess that’s why they call it the blues. Everyone feels blue for one reason or another during the seasons of life. Good days and bad days, come and go. Your life does not have to be problem free in order for you to be happy. Here are ten …

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Contagious

The first thing I need to clear up is an understanding about when an illness is actually contagious. All viral infections that cause symptoms are contagious during the time that symptoms are present, but there are a few that are contagious long before symptoms occur. All of the viral infections …

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