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Jule Kravitz - Breath Of My Land
8 Aug 2017
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Character animation in Blender
11 Aug 2017
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The HVAC Contractors You Can Trust Any Time. Aircor air conditioning and heating want you to enjoy the comfort and peace of mind of breathing clean air all the time!
24 Jul 2017
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Lead: Lead-containing plumbing Lead-based paints (in buildings built before 1978 and is the predominant source for children) Foods grown in lead-rich soil Mercury: Eating fish or shellfish contaminated with methylmercury (includes shark, swordfish, king mackerel, tile fish, bass, walleye, pickerel) Breathing contaminated workplace air or skin contact during use in the workplace Release of mercury vapor from dental amalgam fillings Cadmium Tobacco smoke Eating foods containing cadmium (levels are highest in grains, legumes, and leafy vegetables, fish and shellfish) Contact with cadmium from household products (electric batteries and solar panels)
24 Jul 2017
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www angioclear com Symptoms Of Heart Artery Blockage - What Are Symptoms Of Heart Artery Blockage? The symptoms of heart artery blockage will depend on the severity of the disease. Some people with CAD have no symptoms, some have episodes of mild chest pain or angina, and some have more severe chest pain. If too little oxygenated blood reaches the heart, a person will experience chest pain called angina. When the blood supply is completely cut off, the result is a heart attack, and the heart muscle begins to die. Some people may have a heart attack and never recognize the symptoms. This is called a "silent" heart attack. When symptoms are present, each person may experience them differently. Symptoms of heart artery blockage may include: Heaviness, tightness, pressure, or pain in the chest behind the breastbone Pain radiating in the arms, shoulders, jaw, neck, and/or back Shortness of breath Weakness and fatigue
24 Jul 2017
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www angioclear com Early Warning Signs Of Clogged Arteries - What Are Early Warning Signs Of Clogged Arteries? When cholesterol particles build up in the arteries, they form plaques that narrow the path for blood flow. Narrowed arteries strile all areas of the body and can lead to pain and discomfort and ultimately result in heart attack Early Warning Signs Of Clogged Arteries Fatigue and Dizziness Reduced oxygen from poor blood flow can result in dizziness and extreme fatigue, especially in women. Shortness of Breath Reduced blood flow can lead to shortness of breath. Chest Pain Chest pain or angina, results from reduced blood flow to the heart. Angina can be felt as pressure, numbness, tightness, squeezing, or burning. Lower Back Pain When blood flow to the lower back is reduced, the disks between the vertebrae become fragile, which can result in painful pinched nerves. Erectile Dysfunction Narrowed arteries to the genitals can cause sexual dysfunction. Painful, Numb, or Cold Hands and Feet Plaque in the arteries leading to the arms and legs can result in painful, numb and cold extremities.
24 Jul 2017
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www angioclear com Signs Of Coronary Heart Disease - What Are Signs And Symptoms Of Coronary Heart Disease? If your coronary arteries narrow, they can't supply enough oxygen-rich blood to your heart — especially when it's beating hard, such as during exercise. At first, the decreased blood flow may not cause any coronary artery disease symptoms. As plaque continues to build up in your coronary arteries, however, you may develop coronary artery disease signs and symptoms, including: Chest pain (angina). You may feel pressure or tightness in your chest, as if someone were standing on your chest. This pain, referred to as angina, usually occurs on the middle or left side of the chest. Angina is generally triggered by physical or emotional stress. The pain usually goes away within minutes after stopping the stressful activity. In some people, especially women, this pain may be fleeting or sharp and felt in the neck, arm or back. Shortness of breath. If your heart can't pump enough blood to meet your body's needs, you may develop shortness of breath or extreme fatigue with exertion. Heart attack. A completely blocked coronary artery may cause a heart attack. The classic signs and symptoms of a heart attack include crushing pressure in your chest and pain in your shoulder or arm, sometimes with shortness of breath and sweating. Women are somewhat more likely than men are to experience less typical signs and symptoms of a heart attack, such as neck or jaw pain. Sometimes a heart attack occurs without any apparent signs or symptoms.
24 Jul 2017
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Hi this is Dr Ned McArthur Today I'm going to answer the question: What is the best sleeping posture? When it comes to your sleep there are several things you can do help your posture, but I believe the most important thing is, what is comfortable for you? What circumstances help you sleep the best? I'm frequently asked what's the best pillow or best mattress? I don't know. You need to decide what you like best. Any therapeutic value a pillow or mattress may provide are lost if you aren't comfortable and don't sleep well.

Once you've got those covered here a few others things you can do.
Sleep on your back or side. It's good to avoid stomach sleeping because to sleep on your stomach you need to rotate your head to one side so you can breathe. Having your neck rotated for hours while you're sleeping is the problem. 

Of these rx the most important may be the pillow you choose. When laying on your back use a pillow that supports the natural curve of your neck. When laying on your side it should be the same height as your shoulder to ensure that your head it not propped to high or hanging low. Lastly put a pillow between your knees when laying on your side to keep your hips level. Thanks for watching.
28 Jul 2017
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Swollen lymph glands are usually a sign of infection and tend to go down when you recover. However, they can sometimes have a more serious cause and may need to be seen by a doctor. Lymph glands (also called lymph nodes) are pea-sized lumps of tissue that contain white blood cells. These help to fight bacteria, viruses and anything else that causes infection. They are an important part of the immune system and are found throughout the body. The glands can swell to more than a few centimetres in response to infection or disease. Swollen glands, known medically as lymphadenopathy, may be felt under the chin or in the neck, armpits or groin, where they can be found in larger clumps. Many different types of infection can cause swollen glands, such as a cold or glandular fever. Less commonly, swollen glands may be caused by a non-infectious condition, such as rheumatoid arthritis or even cancer. When to see your GP See your GP if you have swollen glands and: they haven't gone down within a few weeks or are getting bigger they feel hard or don’t move when you press them you also have a sore throat and find it difficult to swallow or breathe you also have unexplained weight loss, night sweats or a persistent high temperature (fever) you don't have an obvious infection and don't feel unwell If necessary, your GP may request some tests to help identify the cause. These can include blood tests, an ultrasound scan or computerised tomography (CT) scan, and/or a biopsy (where a small sample of fluid is taken from the swelling and tested).
30 Jul 2017
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Orem Chiropractor How Good Posture Goes Bad 8012251311 Orem Chiropractor - R. Ned McArthur, D.C.
 Hi this is Dr Ned McArthur Today I'm going to answer the question: 

How did my posture go bad in the first place? Posture is an unconscious function like breathing or digestion. We never think, "its time to breathe." 
Our brain stem has control over it and does it without us having to think about it. The same is true for our posture. Our brain stem has control over it and keeps it aligned without us having to think about it. 
When it comes to our posture there are two systems in our brain stem that have the job to keep our keep our head up, level and over our shoulder without us having to think about it. These are the ponto medullary reticular formation and the vestibular system.

When we stare at our computer screen like this guy or when we're head down looking at our phone screen we're over riding these unconscious systems that work to keep our posture correct. So when we practice poor posture often enough and long enough we dampen these systems so much that they lose the ability to return our posture to where it should be. Before you know it you're always slouched, head forward and shoulders rolled in.
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31 Jul 2017
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Exposure of the general population to toxic metals may come from the environment or home and can be acute or chronic. It may result from contaminated food, air, water, or dust; living near a hazardous waste site or manufacturing plant that releases metal contaminants; overexposure to metal-containing pesticides, paints, or cosmetics; or improper disposal or cleanup of toxic metal-containing items (such as a broken thermometer). Exposure risks for specific metals include: Lead: Lead-containing plumbing (lead pipes or plumbing solder; in 2007, it was estimated that less than 1% of the public water systems in the United States had lead levels above 5 µg/L) (ATSDR 2007b) Lead-based paints (in buildings built before 1978; this is the predominant source for children) (EPA 2013) Leaded gasoline (although banned in the United States in 1995 for automobiles, previous usage has widely dispersed it in the environment) (Miranda 2011) Foods grown in lead-rich soil (ATSDR 2008a) Mercury: Eating fish or shellfish contaminated with methylmercury (the Food and Drug Administration [FDA] has set a maximum permissible level of 1 part of methylmercury in a million parts of seafood [1 ppm]) (ATSDR 2001). Ocean fish commonly high in mercury include shark, swordfish, king mackerel, and tilefish (Defilippis 2010). Levels of mercury above 1 ppm have also been found in predatory and bottom-dwelling freshwater fish (including bass, walleye, and pickerel) from mercury-contaminated waters (ATSDR 2001) Breathing contaminated workplace air or skin contact during use in the workplace (certain medical and dental treatments as well as chemical or other industries that use mercury) (ATSDR 2000) Release of mercury vapor from dental amalgam fillings (although the FDA deems amalgam fillings safe) (Bernhoft 2012; Jang 2011; Rusyniak 2010; FDA 2009) Contact with elemental mercury from the following household devices: thermometers (the amount of elemental mercury from a broken thermometer spilled in a sm
2 Aug 2017
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When utilizing the cards with a gathering of individuals, who claim to have no information of the Tarot cards, it is continually intriguing to hear the reaction when the Death card is turned over. Sharp admission of breath is understating the obvious, mutterings of, 'Gracious, a passing!'. Daily Free Tarot Reading online
3 Aug 2017
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