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How Multiple Sclerosis Causes Damage to the Body

Posted on: September 18, 2020

MS or Multiple Sclerosis is a disease which can cause a wide range of symptoms. The reason for this is that it varies from person to person which part of the body is first affected by the illness, which in turn will affect what symptoms the person will have. The reason that MS has such a wide variety of symptoms is because it is an illness affecting the nervous system. It is caused by the…

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Heart Disease – One of Britain’s’ Biggest Killers

Posted on: September 18, 2020

More than a quarter of all deaths in the UK are caused by heart diseases as well as circulatory diseases. For this reason, this is one of the illnesses that there is an enormous of amount of research on treatments and preventions for heart related diseases. Image Credit One of the biggest killers I coronary heart disease. This is usually caused by a build up of fat in the arteries of the heart, which means…

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The Main Reasons Why You Should Book a Coach Holiday

Posted on: September 16, 2020

If you are thinking about booking a coach holiday with your family this year, the main reason that you should be doing so is because it is a great way to enjoy some amazing holiday experiences with your loved ones. The great thing about them is that there is no need to worry about whether you are getting a good value for money as there is plenty of research that you can do to ensure…

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How to Tell If Moles Are Digging Up Your Garden

Posted on: September 15, 2020

If you want to know how to tell if moles are digging up your garden, there are two ways you can do this. First of all, taking a good look at your soil will give you a good indication. You will spot raised swellings of soil in the garden. Spotting tunnels on the surface and ridges can also be a sign of mole activity. For those who take great pride in their gardens, having mole…

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What to Look for When Buying A House

Posted on: September 15, 2020

So, you have finally decided that it is time to buy a home but are confused on what to look for. This might be because of the fact that there are so many homes on the market nowadays that you can get lost in the crowd and end up buying a house that has all the trappings of a poor investment. Before you even consider buying a home, you need to first look at what…

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Solving the Housing Shortage – What is the Difference Between Self Build and Custom Build Homes?

Posted on: September 15, 2020

In 2011, faced with a huge housing crisis and needing to supply affordable housing to the population, the Government introduced the ‘Custom Build’ scheme. As well as introducing the scheme to help first time buyers to purchase their first home, the strategy was designed to help people who were stuck renting who wanted to have a home of their own.   Until 2011, building a home of your own was simply known as self build…

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What is Cavitation?

Posted on: September 15, 2020

Cavitation is the rapid formation of bubble-like droplets when the water molecules in aqueous solution undergo rapid changes in their density. Cavitation occurs when the molecules of aqueous solution vibrate at a frequency that allows their relative motion to change the molecular structure of the water. Cavitation is caused by molecules interacting with a third, fluid-like fluid. In the case of water, this is the surrounding air. When the density of the aqueous solution is…

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The most iconic TV interviews

Posted on: September 7, 2020

The television interview has given us the chance to see into the midst of the great and the good in a way that was not thought possible some hundred years ago. When television was first developed it was considered a flash in the pan. Print media newspapers and the Cinema were thought to ride out the craze but television proved itself by being able to bring the stars into the home with an immediacy that…

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What’s the best view to have?

Posted on: September 7, 2020

What’s the best view in the world? If you could have a house what would it look over? Everyone has a different point of view on this. For some they would like the vista of a mountain range, for others it’s a seascape. Here are some of the best places in the world that provide the best view. To get a good view you need a decent window and this is where Gloucester double glazing…

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The importance of Perry Mason

Posted on: September 2, 2020

One of the most watched television shows in North America was that of Perry Mason. He was the quintessential all American lawyer. Mason was not content to just depend on people he would investigate the case so that he could really defend them. He could get to the truth and help those with no hope left. In fact taking on the most seemingly hopeless cases seemed to be Perry Mason’s idea of a good time. …

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Protecting Vehicles from Theft

Posted on: September 2, 2020

A question often asked is how to protect vehicles from theft? This is a very good question as there are many ways to help you protect your vehicle. Most thefts today are driven by a desire to sell parts on the black market, so knowing how to prevent this is essential for you. Here are a few ways to prevent vehicles from being stolen: You need to get security devices installed into your vehicle. There…

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What is the Best Christmas Present for a Dog?

Posted on: September 2, 2020

If you are looking to buy a special treat for your dog, you have several options when it comes to what is the best Christmas gift for a dog. There are many different things that you can purchase as a gift for your beloved dog. This article will help you understand what the best Christmas present for a dog is and help you choose the perfect present for your dog to enjoy every single day…

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How Do I Get Tested For an STD? A Short Guide

Posted on: September 2, 2020

If you are sexually active, especially with multiple partners, chances are you have heard this advice before: Get tested and use condoms. This is important especially since a person can actually contract an STD without knowing it and having little to no symptoms at all. But what kind of STD testing do you need? There are so many different options, but home test kits are a great way to protect yourself and your partner in…

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Four benefits of a visitor management system

Posted on: August 28, 2020

There are many reasons for switching to a digital visitor management system. They are ideal for all kinds of premises, from local primary schools through to large manufacturing plants. With the option to tailor the system to your business needs, with additions such as cameras and barcode scanners, you can easily create an efficient sign-in process that’s right for you. Read on to discover four major benefits of adopting a visitor management system. Image Credit…

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Space-saving bedroom tips for teens

Posted on: August 28, 2020

If you are the parent of a growing teenager, you’ll be looking for ways to create more space in their bedroom. For most teenagers, having ample bedroom space is a necessity rather than an option. Many teenagers struggle with being able to fit everything that they want in their bedroom. There are several ways that parents can help their child with this issue. One of the best ways to do this is by creating a…

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Moving Your Energy Meter

Posted on: August 28, 2020

There are a few reasons why you may wish to move your energy meter. It is illegal to move it yourself, but you may be able to get it moved if you are having difficulty reading it or you are having building work done. Image Credit Find Out If Your Meter Can Be Moved by Your Energy Supplier Contact your current energy supplier and let them know that you would like your gas or electric…

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How to Wash and Store Your Aran Sweater

Posted on: August 27, 2020

Although most people have heard of Aran wool, they don’t know that it originates from the Aran Islands, a group of small islands off the west coast. And perhaps they don’t know about the beautiful products that are made with it. Image Credit Beautiful Cable Knits Traditionally, Aran sweaters were made from water-resistant unscoured wool. They are water-resistant because they retained their natural oil, lanolin. Although they now come in other colours, the traditional yarn…

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Why more diversity is needed in clinical trials

Posted on: August 26, 2020

There are calls for clinical medical trials to tackle the issue of diversity and increasingly, patient recruitment companies are encouraging the wider medical research establishments and the pharmaceutical community to collaborate to increase diversity in research. The urgent need has been brought into sharp focus by the global pandemic. Image Credit Statistics clearly show that people from Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, especially Bangladeshi and Pakistani patients, are much more likely to suffer serious illness…

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What to check before you buy a domain name

Posted on: August 26, 2020

Is your heart set on that perfect domain name for your website? You might want to hold back until you have looked at the following recommendations. Image Credit First steps If you are thinking about a domain name, try to keep it brief, easy to spell and easy to type. Avoid unusual spellings and be as unique and professional as possible. Think about how easy your domain name will be to remember, such as if…

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Five of the most stunning camping spots in Ireland

Posted on: August 25, 2020

When it comes to camping, you really are spoilt for choice of locations on the Emerald Isle. Whether it’s your first time camping or you’re already a seasoned pro, Ireland does not lack opportunities and beautiful landscapes. Here are five of the best locations you can visit. Image Credit Nore Valley Park, Co. Kilkenny For a family-fun-filled time away, Nore Valley Park has it all. Located near the stunning River Nore, this family-run site offers…

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