Intelligent Design Or Not!

27 Oct 2015 In: Living Tips

In 1859 one mans view of the world changed everything.  Charles Darwin.  No design.  No purpose, Blind indifference.  Where did we come from?  We have to look at the incredible diversity and complexity in life.  What brought all of this into existence?  Was it simply chance and necessity with undirected natural forces?  Or is there […]

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There was a story posted 9 April 2009 on a tech site, about the American Stonehenge, the Georgia Guide stones. It didn’t seem to register with a lot of people what this meant, or that coincidentally it was published exactly one year prior to the BP disaster. We all waited for BP to fix the […]

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The Hangover

16 Oct 2015 In: Health condition

A hangover is the term commonly used for a group of unpleasant symptoms often experienced after an episode of excessive and usually intoxicating use of alcoholic beverages. The name is derived from the fact that these symptoms appear after the intoxication has subsided and alcohol no longer remains in the body. Sometimes the condition lasts […]

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15 Oct 2015 In: Health condition

The term “chiropractic” is derived from two Greek words- cheir, ‘ meaning “hand,” and praktikos, meaning “effective”. Practitioners of this form of drugless therapy hold that the nervous system integrates all of the body’s functions, including its defenses against disease, and that when the nervous system is impaired in any way (as by pressure on […]

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14 Oct 2015 In: Health condition

Anaphylaxis is an acute allergic reaction that occurs after a person has been injected with, or has eaten or inhaled, a substance to which he has previously been sensitized. This reaction, known also as anaphylactic shock, is brought about when the substance, called the antigen, reacts with antibodies that have previously been formed against it. […]

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Hay Fever

13 Oct 2015 In: Health condition

Hay fever is an allergic reaction to the pollen of certain plants, especially grasses, trees, and weeds. Hay fever affects 5% to 10% of the population of the United States and occurs somewhat less commonly in other regions of the world. Although hay fever may occur at almost any age, it is most often recognized […]

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12 Oct 2015 In: Health condition

A boil is a localized bacterial infection of a hair follicle. Nearly all boils are caused by Staphy-lococcus aureus, a bacterium that produces a number of locally harmful toxins. During the stage of infectious invasion, the microorganism penetrates the epidermis of the follicle, starts to multiply, and produces a toxin that damages or kills the […]

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12 Oct 2015 In: Health condition

Types of Wounds Wounds may be classified according to the causative agent, either specifically, such as knife, bullet, or shrapnel wounds, or generally, such as burn or crushing wounds. Surgeons usually classify wounds on the basis of their gross appearance: incised, a sharp, clean cut due to a cutting instrument; lacerated, a more jagged, irregular […]

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11 Oct 2015 In: Health condition

Breasts are a pair of glandular organs of the human female that secrete milk for nourishing a newborn infant. The breast consists of 15 to 25 irregularly shaped lobes. Between the lobes are connective tissue and large amounts of adipose (fat) tissue. Leading from each lobe is a duct, the lactiferous duct, which opens to […]

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10 Oct 2015 In: Health condition

A nevus is a a birthmark or mole. In broad usage, a nevus (or naevus) is any nonmalignant mark, spot, or growth in the skin believed to be of essentially congenital or developmental origin. In more restricted usage, a nevus is a lesion that primarily contains an accumulation of cells derived from the embryonic neural […]

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