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    • 1.

      15 Ways Microwave Ovens Can Destroy Your Health


      by Ron Garner - 2006-12-02
      Foods that have been subjected to microwave radiation are dangerous to our health. Microwave ovens heat food with high-frequency microwaves that force water molecules to heat up by violently vibrating...
    • 2.

      Health Sleep Apnea In Children Can Cause Significantly Lower IQ Scores


      by Donald Saunders - 2007-04-01
      Although it has been known for some time now that children with sleep apnea often produce poor scores on IQ tests (typically scoring an average of 85 against a score of 101 for children without sl...
    • 3.

      Press Release Law Field Fisher Waterhouse wins substantial payout for Potters Bar victim


      by PR Sending - 2007-06-12
      Law firm, Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP has managed to win a substantial payout in the High Court for top Taiwanese TV presenter, Tanya Liu, who was seriously injured in the Potters Bar rail crash. ...
    • 4.

      Knowing Our Brain and improve it!


      by Honman - 2007-06-18
      We all know that we only use around one percent or less of our brain power. If we can improve our brain power, we will be more intelligent and efficient. Knowing our brain is important as withou...
    • 5.

      Not Easy Decision


      by Andrew - 2007-09-12
      Shouldn't a person undergoing both physical suffering and emotional disorder be given a choice to stop the suffering? A negatively conditioned patient with an entreaty to stop suffering should not be ...
    • 6.

      Traumatic Brain Injury and the Military


      by Peter Kent - 2007-09-21
      Unfortunately, those who choose to serve their country run a comparatively high risk of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Military personnel are at risk for automobile accidents, the number-one civilian c...
    • 7.

      Brain Injury in the Military: A Concerning Trend


      by Legal - 2007-09-21
      Men and women that serve their county in the military sadly run a higher risk of incurring a debilitating traumatic brain injury (TBI) that do those civilians who might be exposed to less risk-f...
    • 8.

      Seat Belt Usage And Its Effect On Traumatic Brain Injury


      by Peter Kent - 2007-09-29
      Because traumatic brain injuries cannot be cured in the traditional sense, preventive measures are the best weapons against them. And because the number-one cause of traumatic brain injuries among Ame...
    • 9.

      Child Sleep Apnea Might Result in Noticeably Lowered Iq Scores


      by Donald Saunders - 2007-10-23
      Though it has been known for some time that children who have sleep apnea often produce low scores on IQ tests (typically scoring about 85 against a score of 101 for children without sleep apnea) what...
    • 10.

      Health Sleep Apnea In Children Can Result In Appreciably Lowered IQ Scores


      by Donald Saunders - 2007-10-22
      Despite the fact that it has been known for quite some time that children who suffer from sleep apnea usually turn in low scores on IQ tests (in general scoring an average of 85 compared to a scor...