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5 Benefits Of Fish Oil
Oil may be associated with fatty oil which is not good to your health but fish oil is different. In fact, it’s good to the heart as it contains omega-3 fatty acids. That’s what many people know about fish oil. But the benefits of fish oil do not just end…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Nutrition   Jan 31, 2013  
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Trucks & Pop Culture
Trucks have been playing parts in television and movies since the early days of movie making, from the big rig in Snowy and the Bandit to the Scooby-Doo’s Mystery Machine, and the transmuting truck machines in the record-breaking Transformers series. Many of us will fondly remember the black and red-trimmed…
By:  in  Automotive   Dec 17, 2012  
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How Modern Technology & Internet Has Changed Farming
The twentieth century has seen a great many technological inventions and advances, and has radically changed the way farmers and agriculturists think and work. At one time, a farm the size of 30 acres was about all most farming families could productively work, with all members of the family doing…
By:  in  Business  >  Agriculture   Dec 17, 2012  
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Living In A Static Caravan
Many people wonder if they are able to make a home in a caravan permanently. Travellers and gypsies have been happily living in caravans for generations, and this way before we had the caravanning resources, technology, and great sites that we enjoy today. For those who enjoy using their caravan…
By:  in  Travel and Leisure   Dec 17, 2012  
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Tonga - An Island Paradise
The group of Pacific Ocean islands that make up Vava’u is situated in the Polynesian kingdom of Tonga, and is a magnificent tropical island wonderland. With a climate that allows for year-round sailing, swimming, diving, snorkelling and a range of other outdoor activities, Vava’u is fringed by tranquil white beaches,…
By:  in  Travel and Leisure  >  Adventure Travel   Dec 04, 2012  
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All About Solar Eclipses
A Solar eclipse ( either partial or total ) is a unique natural phenomena, where the moon partially or fully passes in front of the sun resulting in either a ring of sunlight surrounding the dark silhouette of the Moon or complete darkness occurring over a small area of Earth.…
By:  in  News and Society  >  Environmental   Nov 12, 2012  
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Surfing Australia - A Beginners Guide to Grommethood
Learning to surf can be an intimidating prospect. Something which is scrawled on many a bucket list, yet rarely carried through. Many simply do not know where to take their baby steps into grommet-hood. Australia is absolutely stacked with famous surf spots, but for the novice, these breaks can be…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Surfing   Oct 26, 2012  
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The Invincibility Of the Tape Drive
When we think of magnetic tape, many of us conger up images of old VHS players, or relive the excitement of purchasing our first Sony Walkman. It may come as a shock to some that, despite new technologies coming along and effectively killing their predecessor, magnetic tape is still alive…
By:  in  Computers and Technology  >  Data Recovery   Oct 26, 2012  
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The Myths And Benefit Of Going Gluten Free
For sufferers of celiac disease, going “G-free” can literally be a lifesaver. A wheat allergy, whereby the intestine will slowly destroy itself if the disorder is left undiagnosed, celiac disease effects roughly 1 in every 200 people worldwide. But for those without this deficiency, the choice to go gluten-free is…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Nutrition   Oct 19, 2012  
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Vitamin B - Cure to the 3 O'clock Lull
It is by no means uncommon to feel a little low or lethargic at some point throughout the day. Many just accept this 3 o’clock lull; however it may be nutritional gaps in one’s diet which is resulting in this lack of energy. It is widely accepted that B-vitamins are…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Nutrition   Oct 18, 2012  
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