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Ridiculously Simple PC Speedup Tool

Every once in awhile, a product comes along that impresses. When I initially installed and launched Tweakbit PC Speedup for the first time, I was a bit surprised. I wondered how the software  is supposed to do so as much as it claims for my computer, yet I only see one button? After working with is […]

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North And South Carolina

US 1 cuts North Carolina in half in it southern journey from Wise to Rockingham, just a few miles from the South Caroline border. Route 1 visits many small burgs – Colon, Lemon Springs, Whispering Pines, Niagara – before encoutering the Weymouth Woods Sandhills Nature Preserve and Fort Bragg. All you see is gently rolling […]

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Essay Editing

We pretty much all hate writing. We hated it in school, and we hated it in college, and we hate it as adults. It’s hard to keep an article flowing, and then you run out of points to mention, making the content uninteresting and bland. However, nowadays when articles can improve website promotion, it’s something […]

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How DealDash Works

You may, or may not,  have heard of DealDash in the past. DealDash is an auction website, but with a difference. Instead of bidding, and waiting days to see if someone outbid you, or if you won the item – each auction is fast and can be very, very cheap. Each bid placed raises the […]

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Singing Bowls

Did you know – there are bowls that sing? I kid you not. Singing bowls are a type of bell, or better yet, an “upside down” bell. When they vibrate, they produce a sound that can only be described as “like a voice”, with two harmonic tones. Thus, the sound of singing”. Researchers say singing bowls […]

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Algebra Homework

One of the most challenging aspects of our life is how we manage our time. Our time is precious to us, yet at the same time it is fleeting. It is the one commodity in our lives that cannot be lent to, or borrowed from, others. As the psalm (later a song) says – “A […]

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Hmmm. Yaz, or Not? Good Question.

Seems like every day we read about problems and adverse reactions of the transvaginal mesh and of the combination oral contraceptive Yaz. Both have resulted in the filing of pharmaceutical injury lawsuits. In fact, the yaz lawsuit has become so predominant it’s almost scary. The Mayo Clinic will perform a study designed to compare the safety […]

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Sound Therapy is Good for Bugs and Plants – Why Not You?

The forest really does hum with life. Though often too low or too high for human ears to detect, insects and animals signal each other with vibrations. Even trees and plants fizz with the sound of tiny air bubbles bursting in their plumbing. And there is evidence that insects and plants “hear” each other’s sounds. […]

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Math Homework in the Classroom?

For the past couple weeks, Janelle Yeakey has flipped her math class. Her students watch the lectures, recorded by Yeakey, at home on their computers. The students are still required to take notes on the 5- to 10-minutes of material and turn them in to be graded. She heard about the method during a training […]

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News About Stryker Hip Lawsuit

Do you have a Stryker hip replacement? You may want to read this. According to Reuters News Stryker announced earlier this week that it had received a warning letter from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) for failing to inform the agency of a recall involving its Neptune surgical waste management system… According to […]

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