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Naperville Family Dentist Brings Smiles to Her Patients

Many things build a person’s confidence, says Naperville family dentist Dr. Chiann Gibson, but nothing is as important as a smile. Your smile is with you wherever you go and can greatly impact your self esteem. No one knows this better than Naperville family dentist Dr. Chiann Gibson of Smiles by Dr. Gibson and Associates. […]

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Rick Siskey Discusses the Importance of Diversification in Investing

According to Wall Street Capitol founder Rick Siskey, investors are understandably cautious in today’s tumultuous economic climate. The key, according Rick Siskey, is to know where to invest your money to minimize risk and maximize returns. The more diverse your portfolio, in general, the lower your risk, Rick Siskey explains. While diversifying can be overwhelming […]

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Unilife CEO Alan Shortall Describes Manufacturing Capacity

Unilife is a developer and manufacturer of advanced drug delivery systems.  According to Unilife CEO Alan Shortall, the company is poised with the operational capabilities and manufacturing capacities to meet rising demands for its proprietary products.  “Our ramp plans for our Unifill syringes target by the end of 2014 to be producing just under 400 […]

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ANY LAB TEST NOW Offers Allergy Testing at Location Nationwide

Many people suffer from food or seasonal allergies, often without even realizing it. ANY LAB TEST NOW® offers stress-free allergy testing panels that are affordable and convenient. Allergy season is in full swing and every year, it takes its toll. Nearly half of Americans suffer from some form of allergy. ANY LAB TEST NOW offers […]

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Diminished Erections and Weight

Can the love handles on your body cause erectile dysfunction? Does weight affect your sexual performance? These are some of the most commonly asked question when the topic of erection and weight is brought up. Researches that have been carried out on the same suggests that men who exercise at least three to five hours in a week reduce their chances of getting sexual dysfunction by up to thirty percent. It has been found out that the same men who had proper exercise for their body also had a significant reduction rate of getting prostrate cancer. This shows that exercise is very important in a man’s life as far as the sexual performance is concerned. It helps fight excess weight which could lead to prostrate cancer that causes erectile dysfunction.

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Travel Talk from Kyle Thomas Glasser | Top 5 Interesting Facts About Australia

College senior Kyle Thomas Glasser says that Australia is not only a land full of natural beauty, but also historical and educational tidbits that shouldn’t be overlooked. Ever the student, Kyle Thomas Glasser doesn’t dream of just a vacation to this land, but also knows that in Australia he can obtain a wealth of knowledge […]

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Fencing Talk with Catherine Case Szarwark: The Inner Sport of Fencing

According to Catherine Case Szarwark, the sport of epee fencing dates back to nineteenth century France where it developed based upon fencing principles.  It has been part of the Modern Olympics since their inception, reports Szarwark, and it currently experiencing a steady growth in popularity. The athleticism required is obvious, points out Catherine Case Szarwark.  […]

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ANY LAB TEST NOW Franchise Interview: B12 and You

Today there is a lot of focus and concern about health, obesity and fitness.  Aicube recently sat down with a staff member from the ANY LAB TEST NOW® franchise.  Currently there are 133 ANY LAB TEST NOW franchises – all in the “business” of helping people like you take control of their health. AICUBE:  First […]

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Dr. Jerry M. Foster Discusses the Dangers of Melanoma Skin Cancer

“Relative to other cancers, cases involving melanoma have increased dramatically,” reports Dr. Jerry M. Foster.  A Tennessee board certified doctor in both internal medicine and oncology, Dr. Foster says this increase in the cases of melanoma has been steady for the last thirty years.  Dr. Jerry M. Foster says they are several risk factors related […]

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Dr. Jerry Michael Foster MD Sheds Light on Civil War Field Surgery

Life was difficult for a Civil War soldier, says Dr. Jerry Michael Foster MD, but challenging as well for the field surgeon. Dr. Foster says that many physicians were well trained but not in surgical procedures for battlefield injuries. Dr. Jerry Michael Foster MD points out that field surgeons had to cope with a lack […]

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