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Breaking Down The World Around Us

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Breaking Down The World Around Us

When we look at the world, we see things in simple shapes. The objects and materials that surround us seem solid and without much to them. Even the more intricately designed things in our surroundings, such as living things, seem straight forward. However, even a simple circular ball can be broken down. For example, in…

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Finger, Hand and Wrist Pain

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Finger, Hand and Wrist Pain

If you are anything like the majority of society, you probably spend a large portion of your day using electronics. Tablets, computers, phones, TVs, and game consoles are a large part of our days. Injuries from the use of these products are common, and in some cases, can cause serious harm to the body. If…

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EMF Protection: What Is It And Why?

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EMF Protection: What Is It And Why?

Electromagnetic field (EMF) protection is a term that has created a great amount of concern in the media. These include warnings about how electronic devices are potentially harmful and emit toxic levels of radiation. We’ve heard about how you shouldn’t keep your laptop on your lap, hold your cell phone away from your head, and…

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Why Electronic Cigarettes are Better for your Health and Your Bank Balance

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Why Electronic Cigarettes are Better for your Health and Your Bank Balance

Deciding to quit smoking can be a difficult and life changing decision that you will have given careful consideration. Deciding to take the plunge is the hardest part and now you will be inundated with options to help you, but there is one that is emerging as the breakthrough quitting tool, the electronic cigarette. There…

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A History of Diabetes Management Technologies

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A History of Diabetes Management Technologies

Leonard Thompson, a 14-year-old boy, was the first human to be injected with insulin in 1922. Before the first insulin medications, made from real cow and pig pancreases, diabetics would succumb to the disease. Now, almost 100 years later, there are high-tech insulin analogs that are based on human DNA and actually produced by bacteria…

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