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How to get paid for giving your opinion
By: Daniel Collins | Oct 5 2010
There are many ways savvy consumers can make money at home in their spare time, one of the most effective being to take part in online surveys. There are... read more
Finding an Effective Alzheimer Treatment
By: Morgan Hamilton | Nov 14 2006
Due to the advances in medical technology, we have learned more about mysterious ailments like Alzheimer's disease. However, there are still a lot of things that we don't... read more
Information On Why People Lie
By: Morgan Hamilton | Nov 10 2006
When the question is posed why people lie, seldom does the person asking realize just how complicated that question is. The other day my 12 year old want to... read more
Positive, Neutral and Negative Gearing
By: Dino Livanidis | Nov 8 2006
Positive, Neutral and Negative Gearing is confusing for some. Positive Gearing is when the property is bringing in more money than what is going out. Neutral Gearing is when money... read more
A Look at the Evolution of Autism Research
By: Morgan Hamilton | Nov 2 2006
Pervasive developmental disorders first began to appear in the early 1980's. Pervasive development disorders like autism are relatively new on the diagnostic scene. Professionals use the DSM IV as the... read more
Stem Cell Research
By: andrew sandon | Nov 1 2006
Stem cell research has been at the forefront of many ethical debates in recent years. The manners in which the cells must be harvested and their usage for advancement in... read more
European monetary union
By: andrew sandon | Nov 1 2006
European monetary union is an important milestone on the road to unification of Europe. The long and winding road of European integration is accurately described by Siebert and Koop (1993:1)... read more
What Are The Oldest Cities In The United States
By: Kevin Fields | Oct 23 2006
North American Indians were on the North American continent from as early as 11, 000 BCE. But these early colonizers did not live in permanent settlements and left little in... read more
3 Simple Steps to Avoid Buying Counterfeit Medications Online
By: Joshua Daly | Oct 2 2006
Believe it or not, not all illegal drug deals go down in dark alleys or in the back of crowded clubs. The easiest place for someone to take advantage... read more
Name Brand Or Generic: Which Medication Is Right For You?
By: Joshua Daly | Sep 27 2006
Although generic alternatives to brand names have been around for more than thirty years, there are still many common misconceptions about whether to purchase the name brand drug or... read more
What are Fungal Nail Infections?
By: Paolo Basauri | Sep 26 2006
Did you know that fungal nail infections are common? In fact, some studies show that 13% of people across America suffer from these infections in some way. Nobody is... read more
Choosing a PCB Printing Solution
By: Chuck Raymond | Sep 19 2006
Choosing a PCB Printing Solution The electronics Printed Circuit Board industry is evolving as new production technologies become available at low cost. Direct digital printing is making inroads into the traditional... read more
Breast Cancer Prevalance
By: Brenda Witt | Sep 8 2006
'Breast Cancer Prevalence In November 2003, the American Cancer Society stated that breast cancer is the leading cause of death in women between the ages of 40 and 44.... read more
Vegetation of the Sahara Desert
By: Richard Monk | Sep 4 2006
The Sahara Desert is often described as a bleak and barren plain. In truth, it is very beautiful and full of different Sahara Desert vegetation. Vegetation of the Sahara Desert Among... read more
Creatures of the Sahara Desert
By: Richard Monk | Sep 4 2006
It is often said that the Sahara Desert is inhospitable to all living creatures. This is not particularly true as becomes evident when one looks at the history of the... read more
Overview of the Components of the Sahara Desert
By: Richard Monk | Sep 4 2006
The Sahara Desert is one of the most imposing and well-known deserts on the planet. To truly understand it, on has to understand the components comprising the Sahara Desert. Overview... read more
Lipitor vs. Zocor: What is Better For Your Health and Your Wallet
By: Joshua Daly | Aug 30 2006
In the battle of cholesterol lowering medication, Lipitor has a commanding advantage in today's market. Lipitor is the world's number 1 selling drug. According to USA Today, Lipitor's... read more
Effects Of Glyconutritional Supplements In Children With Bipolar Disorder
By: James Aleks | Aug 21 2006
The following is a synopsis of a research study completed with 20 children diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, examining the benefits of glyconutritional supplements: Bipolar Disorder is diagnosed with increasing frequency... read more
Top 3 Controversial Questions Answered About Ordering from Foreign Pharmacies
By: Cathlene Martinez | Aug 17 2006
Is it legal to order prescription drugs from foreign pharmacies? When you hear that drug prices are cheaper in Canada or overseas, is it too good to be true?... read more
What Advantage Does Administering Recombinant Growth Hormone Have Over Observation In Final Adult Height?
By: Chris Maylor | Aug 15 2006
The research literature suggests that recombinant growth hormone, when compared with no therapeutic agents, increases the final adult height in short normal children. However, it seems that... read more
No Country In The World That Does Not Have An Aids Infected Population
By: jazz singh | Aug 14 2006
AIDS and HIV viruses know no boundaries or borders. The virus infects the rich, the poor; populations of developing countries and the developed worlds; the literate and the illiterate.... read more
Interim Management - increasingly part of the plan
By: Dennis Simpson | Aug 10 2006
Interim Management – increasingly part of the plan   Interim management has traditionally been seen as a reactive response to organisational   failure. Increasingly, a new breed of interims are... read more
Selenium: Basics and Benefits
By: Mike Singh | Aug 8 2006
Recent researches on nutrition and healthy lifestyle has embarked on the fact that the importance and positive affects of antioxidants like Selenium in carving the mammoth rise in life-threatening diseases... read more
Organic Almond Butter
By: Mike Singh | Aug 8 2006
Almonds have long been seen as a food ingredient that was fit for a feast of gods. Though their origins have never been definitely ascertained, it is presumed that... read more
The Japanese Feudal Periods
By: Richard Monk | Jul 22 2006
Japan is often thought of as a very formal, polite society. While this is true in modern times, the Japanese feudal periods were anything but. The Japanese Feudal Periods The... read more
An Overview of the Samurai
By: Richard Monk | Jul 22 2006
Given their noble role in most Hollywood movies, you might be surprised to find the discussion of the Samurai is a somewhat controversial area, particularly as to how... read more
The Origins of Rome
By: Richard Monk | Jul 22 2006
From romantic visions of gladiators to the mysteries of the Da Vinci Code and the Roman Catholic Church, no city is more interesting than Rome. The Origins of Rome At the... read more
An Overview of the Past of Italy
By: Richard Monk | Jul 22 2006
Winners of the recent World Cup, Italy is once again in the news. The fact Italy won the cup while also suffering the shame of a soccer corruption scandal... read more
The Gladiators - From History To Movies
By: Richard Monk | Jul 22 2006
The movie Gladiator was very entertaining and certain raised the profile of gladiators. The question, however, is whether the movie accurately portrayed these warriors. The Gladiators - From History... read more
Taller People Make More Money (Recent Study conducted by the University of Florida)
By: Chris Maylor | Jul 21 2006
This past week a few interesting studies came out about the advantages afforded taller people in America. A Recent study done by the University of Florida found that taller people... read more
The Brain Games: How Videos Games Can Make You Smart
By: Philip Nicosia | Jul 11 2006
Video games have been getting a bad rap. Sure, a few involve nothing more than pointing several deadly weapons at the Undead and blasting them into a bajillion pieces.... read more
Future Weapons
By: Jose Luis Valcarcel | Jul 10 2006
The war and the technology has always been highly related. The one was the steel that decided the conquest, as the machine guns defined World War I, and... read more
How does Allergic Rhinitis related to Otitis Media with Effusion (OME)
By: Alexander Chong | Jul 7 2006
Otitis media is an inflammation that occurs in the middle ear. Middle ear space contains fluid that could be easily infected and the infected middle ear is called otitis media... read more
Introduction To Bulgaria
By: Debbie Lockhart | Jul 7 2006
Bulgaria is a recently discovered country for investers and many foreigners are now making this country their home. It has massive investment potential and an added bonus is its moderate... read more
Why Organics Are No Longer An Option
By: Jean Shaw | Jul 6 2006
Why Organics Are No Longer An Option -by Jean Shaw© - All Rights reserved Unless you are incredibly deluded you must surely make some connection between modern society and ill health. As a... read more
What is the Value of Homework
By: Brenda Wane | Jul 4 2006
Courtesy: Ghost Term papers Assigning homework serves various educational needs. It serves as an intellectual discipline, establishes study habits, eases time constraints on the amount of curricular material that... read more
Acne Treatment: Balancing Effectiveness and Side Effects
By: Randall Wilkinson | Jun 20 2006
As if just having a bad case of acne weren't trouble enough, a study published in early 2006 discovered that treating acne can lead to twice the risk of... read more
In the footsteps of D Company 2nd Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry D-Day, 6 June 1944
By: Ian Gumm | Jun 16 2006
On the 6 June 1944 the greatest seaborne invasion the world has ever known took place on the Calvados Coast of Normandy, France. This invasion was the beginning of... read more
5-point vs. 6-point Likert Scales
By: Infosurv... | Jun 14 2006
One of the most common scaled-response format questions in survey design today is the Likert scale. It was developed by the American educator and organizational psychologist Rensis Likert in 1932... read more
Research for Business Decisions
By: Infosurv... | Jun 14 2006
An Interdisciplinary Approach by Eli P. Cox III Infosurv PhD Level Researcher A great deal of attention has been directed toward the decision-making process. This process has been characterized in numerous... read more
Focus on Employee Satisfaction
By: Infosurv... | Jun 14 2006
“The three most important things you need to measure in business are customersatisfaction, employee satisfaction, and cash flow.” Jack Welch - Lessons for Success, 1993 THE COSTS “Most managers... read more
Focus on Customer Satisfaction
By: Infosurv... | Jun 14 2006
“The three most important things you need to measure in business are customersatisfaction, employee satisfaction, and cash flow.” Jack Welch - Lessons for Success, 1993 There is a... read more
Travel To Turkey - Tips For Travellers
By: James Nardel | Jun 10 2006
best hotel deals in Turkey online . Confirmed reservations for a wide selection of adventure trips and sightseeing tours in Turkey. For more info visit">Before traveling into Turkey,... read more
The Fed's Inflation Worries
By: Tom Tessin | Jun 6 2006
Although the United States' economy has been slowing down, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, stated today that he will make sure increasing energy prices... read more
Avoid an Emergency Room Visit by Correcting Your Vision Naturally
By: Joseph Mercola | May 15 2006
A new study states that injuries related to wearing glasses could have sent as many as 27, 000 people to emergency rooms in 2002 and 2003. Over1, 000 of these... read more
Bird Flu and its Impact on Humans
By: Steve Dcosta | Apr 24 2006
A number of Asian countries have reported cases of avian influenza, commonly referred to as bird flu or avian flu, in their domestic and wild bird populations. There... read more
Pro-Environment Paper
By: maricon williams | Apr 24 2006
Earth needs a more responsible populace than ever before. Environmental problems are everywhere. The thinning of ozone layer is already a great threat to humanity. The use of CFC containing products,... read more
Greek Civilization - What About The Women?
By: Richard Monk | Apr 19 2006
The men of ancient Greece are well known, from Hercules to Alexander the Great. Greek women are rarely mentioned and one has to wonder why? Greek Civilization - What About... read more
5 Ways to Fund Your Child's College Education
By: John Edmond | Mar 31 2006
Did you know that the cost of a 4 year degree program is around $20, 000 dollars per year. The cost of a college education is probably the most expensive item... read more
Key Prescription Drug Addiction Statistics
By: Damian Sofsian | Mar 29 2006
Prescription drug addiction is becoming a major problem in America. Prescription drugs are being prescribed for a wider variety of reasons and quite frequently, greatly increasing the chances that... read more
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