Aug 31, 2013
Hi Everyone! Welcome to my “how to get taller” story!
If you’re like me and you’re wanting to know How can I get taller – then I’m really glad you stumbled onto my site! To make a very long and boring story short – I have basically been 5ft tall my entire young adult life. I was always the shortest person out of my group of friends. Guys wouldn’t look twice at me, and would always flock to my taller and prettier friends. They probably couldn’t even SEE me!
In my desperate search, I tried many tricks and methods to make myself grow – or at least LOOK taller. It basically amounted to nothing. It’s pretty depressing – especially if you knew how many things I tried. From height increasing shoes to yucky growth hormone pills that promised the world – I tried EVERYTHING.
And here’s where everything turned around. One day, by some miracle of FATE, I stumbled on an ebook that my mom recommended. To tell you the truth I didn’t really have high hopes about the book – mainly because nothing else worked, so why should this? But, I was so desperate anyway, I decided to give it a shot.
Fast forward a couple months and I’m now a full 3 inches taller. I went from 5′0 to 5′3 in just under 2 months time. I know, crazy huh? It just so happened that this ebook was the very thing I had been searching for. And I didn’t hesitate to try any of the methods and exercises in the book, because it was written by real medical professionals who really understand the root of the problem.
It was filled with lots of diagrams and even explained how our bodies stop growing and ways that we can kick-start the growing process again. It gives you food recommendations and lots of height increasing exercises that were designed by fitness and medical experts. And it’s all natural stuff – no scary ‘magic’ pills that promise the world. These guys must really know their stuff because it totally worked on me.
I really want to share with you guys how wonderful this has been for me – because I just KNOW there has to be other people out there with the same problem I had. I really has made a big different in my life. I no longer have a ’short complex’, because I have more hope. So here is the link one more time for health information.
I wish you all the best and please leave comments to let me know your success stories !!
Aug 11, 2013
Aromatherapy dates back to the ancient Egyptians, the Greeks and the Romans and has been used in the production perfumes, cosmetics and medicinal purposes.
The ancients all understood that the sense of smell is very strong and the fragrance of certain flowers and herbs, were healing (physically and mentally), stimulating, energizing, refreshing or relaxing and sleep inducing.
Aromatherapy is, and always has been, an form of health and medicine that is based on a more holistic approach to dealing with physical and emotional health problems. It is a completely natural, non-invasive (does not require surgery, etc) treatment and looks at the person as a whole (‘holistic’) as opposed to just isolating the problem and treating it.
After the invention of the distillation process, which how most oils are used today, in ancient Egypt, the Greeks, Roman and many across many countries in the Mediterranean the peoples experimented with a number or herbs, flowers and almost anything the produced a scent.
Essential oil is produced by distilling the flower, herb, or other material with either water, steam or by it mechanical processing (especially with lemon or other citrus). After distillation, the essential oil becomes physically separated from the water phase.
Moving forward to the 1920’s in France, a chemist who was extremely interested in the medicinal qualities of essential oils, severely burned his hand in an explosion in his laboratory, and plunged his hand into a vat of lavender oil – which led to his hand being healed incredibly fast – in just a matter of hours – leaving no infection or scars.
This led the chemist to develop oils for dermatological purposes and he delved much deeper into research of essential oils. He published his scientific paper on ‘aromatherapie’ which is where the term first bore it’s name, and published a book of the same name in 1928.
Today the uses of essential oils continues being studied and researched.
There are a vast array of conditions for which Aromatherapy has provided relief and beneficial results. These include:
Treating skin care complaints such as dermatitis, acne, eczema, psoriasis, cellulite, varicose veins and stretch marks, to name but a few.
Aromatherapy can also provide benefits to emotional problems such as: depression, hysteria, lack of concentration, irritability, panic attacks, Insomnia and moodiness, amongst others.
Aromatherapy has been known to treat: burns, bruises, sprains and strains, asthma, bronchitis, flu, muscular aches and pains, skin inflammation and digestive problems such as constipation.
The most common ways to use aromatherapy and essential oils are
Massaging (usually blended with a carrier oil) – You can add 3 drops of an essential oil to every 6ml of massage base oil or moisturizing lotion. Essential oils may be combined for additional benefits.
Added to bath water – Add 3 to 6 drops of essential oil to your bath water. While you are bathing make sure you breath the healing aroma.
Candle and Diffusers – The essential oil may already be in the candle, if so just light it. If you have a diffuser add a few drops of essential oil to the water in the bowl of an oil burner. As the water heats up, the oil will vaporize and gentle fill up the the air around you.
In a compress around the shoulders, neck, etc.
The old adage in aromatherapy is “less is more” and this is especially true with children or infant, use 1/2, 1/3 or even 1/6 of what an adult would use.
Aug 11, 2013
Health care recruitment, doctors health insurance, nursing health care
Premiere health care institutions in the United States of America offer a variety of Medical jobs for health care professionals. These positions generally come with exceptional remuneration and perks. Specialists, qualified in Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech and Language Pathology and associated areas of specialization can apply for these posts.
Medical Job Openings In Different Areas
Healthcare environments like hospitals, long-term nursing care facilities, home health plans, residential therapy programs and nursing schools offer highly commended medical positions. Since the number of people opting for health care facilities is ever increasing, the demand for qualified health care personal is also on the increase. Medical jobs give professional the opportunity to work in advanced medical institutions, gain exposure and enhance growth of their careers.
Primary Driving Factors
Most people take up a career in nursing because of the excellent salary prospects. Some others chose this profession driven by the noble call to serve humanity. Those people who choose such jobs have to be dedicated to their duties as it involves the care of the physically and mentally challenged, the invalids and the elderly; all of them require help and support. For people who are really sociable, this would be an enjoyable working environment, since they would come across a wide spectrum of individuals during the course of their careers.
Responsibilities Of Health Care Professionals
The prime responsibility of health care professional s is to help patients to recoup their health and well-being and in doing so get them on the path to participate in daily activities and boost their physical abilities. They should set goals, formulate and effect treatment programs and evaluate the result of their theories and therapies. They, in their position as health care professionals, will have to deal with individuals, families and communities.
How To Find Medical Positions
In these days of high speed Internet access to the information highway, finding a job online is less time consuming than the old method of skimming through newspapers hunting for a job. There are also recruiting agencies that maintain a database of available jobs and fit you into one depending on your curriculum vitae. You have to register with them and they will send calls for you to attend interviews for vacancies that suit your qualifications as and when they arise. Before registering, have a clear idea of the kind of employer that you intend to work for and prepare and furnish your bio-data accordingly.
Aug 11, 2013
A Web Page is Just Not Enough
And it’s not just because of increasing competition. Internet advertising is the science of creating and placing information that interrupts the consumer and gets him or her to take action. That’s quite a lot to ask of a few lines of type or a few square inches, but without interruption, there’s no chance for action, and without action, advertising flops.
The world seems to be full of stories about the web and its potential to change the world of commerce. The bulk of the confusion surrounding the World Wide Web stems from two mistaken assumptions:
1. The idea that the Web is somehow a single marketplace, and
2. The idea that a technology is the same as an applied technology.
Imagining the World Wide Web as a single integrated marketplace is as useful as describing the global telephone system in the same way. My Web site is available through your browser just as my telephone is available through your telephone. If you want to make any sense out of market access through the telephone, a very detailed, systematic bit of research is required. The phone system (and the Web) provide access to markets that are composed of individuals and businesses occupying specific niches. (5)
What a Web Page Can Do For You
So what can a Web page do for you? It can be a useful tool in helping and servicing local contacts if your page includes useful information plus online shopping. By linking to our full service shopping cart, each of our pages serves as a virtual catalog and shopping mall.
However, if you want to build a business online, this is only the beginning – you’ll need much more. Without having a few million to risk on the Internet, I found a way for the “average person” – like me – to create a successful online business from home…
Who is Making Money on the Internet Now?
At a time when most high profile Web sites are bleeding deeper into the red with multi-million dollar deficits, the Dream Team Technology Group has emerged as one of the few groups actually doing successful commercial business on the Internet.
We chose network marketing to keep overhead costs down… We began with network marketing because of the near zero start up costs, low risk, freedom from paperwork, no shipping and no employees. Now, we are made up of a large and very profitable downline built directly from the Internet.
The Dream Team Technology Group began in 1995, with vision, commitment, lots of hard work and flexibility, and has developed a customer base of thousands.
Aug 11, 2013
The use of the Internet is doubling approximately every 100 days according to Hans Schnauber, author of the Internet Declaration of Independence. The growth of commerce on the Internet is soaring at a rapid pace. In 1998, the Web accounted for $4.5 billion in online sales, triple that of 1997. Researchers predict that online shopping will increase almost 800 percent to $35 billion by 2002.(1) Still other experts predict based upon historical data and current Web growth, Web-generated revenues will exceed $1.2 trillion by 2002.(2) You would be hard pressed to find anyone who doesn’t believe the Internet will not become a more intricate part of everyone’s life in the near future.
The Web: 92 Million Surfers Strong
An eye-popping 92 million Americans and Canadians, or 40 percent of the population over the age of 16, report they use the Web, according to the 1999 CommerceNet/Nielsen Media Research study. The report also shows growth in e-commerce: 55 million surfers shop online and more than half of them are buying. (7)
According to another report, in the United States alone, nearly 70 million personal computers are connected to the Internet.(6) By the end of 1999, more than 36.1 million Americans are expected to make purchases online. (1)
No matter what your business is, you can’t ignore 36+ million consumers! This is why I wanted to take advantage of the Internet opportunity…
From Amazon.com to Yahoo!, entrepreneurs have quickly latched on to emerging technology and almost as speedily amassed personal fortunes that extend into seven figures or more. So, what does it take?
What is the Price of the Average E-Commerce Site?
Developing and launching an electronic commerce site costs an average
of $1 million, according to a survey by the Gartner Group, reported on
in InfoWorld Electric. Corporate survey participants spent from less than
$350,000 to more than $2 million to develop their sites.
But wait. That’s only the beginning. Without traffic, an e-commerce site is a flop…
What Does it Cost to Get Traffic Online?
According to a study released by the Intermarket Group, a lot. The top 100 e-commerce sites spent an average of $8.6 million last year to build awareness and drive traffic to their websites. Smaller companies with less than 100 employees spent an average $2.2 million, larger companies averaged $21.4 million. Amazon.com topped the list at $133 million. (4)
||Yahoo spent about $8.7 million in 1998 on advertising – mostly on spot TV ads and magazines.
||Lycos spent about $6 million on radio, cable TV and magazines.
|The Go Network
||The Go Network spent $1.9 million, mostly on outdoor, spot TV and radio ads.
||$4.6 million in 1998 on magazines, national television, USA Today and cable.
- SOURCE: The Industry Standard, June 7, 1999
Why does it cost so much? As the Internet gets more and more cluttered, it becomes increasingly difficult to reach the consumer…
100,000,000 Web Pages in Alta Vista…
At last count, there were nearly 2,000,000 different commercial web sites. That means that there’s about 25 people online for every single website. Alta Vista, one of the most complete and most visited search engines on the Internet, claims to have indexed 100 million pages. That means that their computer has surfed and scanned 100 million pages of information, and if you do a search, that’s the database you’re searching through.
The days are gone when a business could just put up a few Web pages and expect traffic to show up. With well over 100 million Web pages cluttering the Net, you need a site that’s better than your competition’s. Bruce Judson, author of HyperWars, logs 25 hours per week just looking at new sites. “Maybe 5 percent are good,” but 95% are failures, he laments. (3)
The few successful e-commerce sites know this. And it’s likely you don’t have hundreds of thousands and/or millions to hire the marketing talent used by companies such as Amazon. For this reason, I suggest you need a mentor. This is what we do. The Dream Team Technology Group was developed to help the “average” person learn and build their own e-commerce sites (more on this in a moment).
Aug 10, 2013
We’ll all have seen The Eleventh Hour by now right? Well we’re working on our review but in the meantime we’d like to hear your views on it and the new cast.
Come on start talking!
I think I’ll hold my judgement until later in the season… I still see a bit of David Tennant in Matt Smith’s mannerisms and dialogue.
Looking at the previews – Daleks and Cybermen. I wish they’d stop using the Daleks so much; they’re getting a bit tedious. How many times did Tom Baker see them? Something like twice? And here we get to see them every year – sometimes even more than once.
The Cybermen clip looks interesting – a somewhat disabled Cyberman going after Amy in what looks like a graveyard [I base my graveyard theory on the fact that it is dark].
And about the new TARDIS sound effect – it sounds the same as it always has, except now it has an added flair of some extra sound effects overlaying the original. If I recall correctly, it sounds similar to the sound effect in Scream of the Shalka.