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http://www.deluxecomfort.com/leg-wedge-pillow-order.html About 50 to 55 percent of women of all ages in the United States suffer from varicose veins. This is generally an inherited condition that is more frequent in women then men. Varicose veins are swollen blue, green or purple veins that protrude mostly in the skin of legs. You can identify among the signals an itching, throbbing or burning feeling, which get acute at night after a hard day of work, especially if you have walked a lot or been standing up for long hours. This condition worsens during pregnancy due to the ongoing growth of the uterus, which presses the inferior vena cava, which is a large vein located on the right side of the body. This increases the pressure in the leg veins, making them to work against gravity. Varicose veins is an uncomfortable condition of poor leg circulation, but harmless from a medical perspective. However, if it is left untreated, the feeling of discomfort and other physical complications may come up as leg ulcers, phlebitis, varicose vein injury (vein chronic inflammation) and rupture of veins. An easy way to prevent the formation of varicose veins is by purchasing a Wedge Pillow. By using this product to elevate your legs when sitting or lying down it helps to reduce swelling and pain. Also, sleeping on your left side with a foot held up by a wedge pillow is recommended because since the vena cava is on the right side it helps you take pressure off the vein which will relieve the pressure on your legs and feet. Log onto out website or call to order the Wedge Pillow and see how it can help prevent and alleviate pain from Vericos Vains.
15 Dec 2007
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http://www.deluxecomfort.com/wedge-pillow-order.html Our two-piece multi functional Wedge Pillow elevates and supports the upper torso, allowing for better breathing and digestion while you sleep. It is a fabulous drug free way to relieve nighttime symptoms of heartburn, acid reflux disease or GERD, and hiatal hernias. It helps to decrease sinus congestion while you sleep, reducing snoring, and sleep apnea symptoms. This bed wedge pillow is a wonderful reading pillow and it is great for watching TV, doing homework, or resting comfortably. Deluxe Comfort's Wedge Pillow elevates you to a 45-degree angle that helps reduce swelling, and creates the perfect way to sit comfortably in bed, especially if you have to be in an upright position due to a medical procedure or condition. The multifunctional Wedge Pillow eliminates the need to pile multiple pillows on top of each other to reach the desired effect of being propped up at the right angle. Both pillows are covered in zippered easily removable pillowcases, providing a healthier, more comfortable night's sleep.
13 Dec 2007
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http://www.deluxecomfort.com/leg-wedge-pillow-order.html The Leg Wedge Pillow is a dual-purpose state of the art wedge pillow that combines the pressure relieving support of memory foam with the soft and comfortable feeling of cotton velour fabric. The hourglass shape contours to your body and offers support between the knees or thighs, and releases the pressure and tension from your back and hips as it aligns your spine in the correct position. Your back muscles are relaxed. It moves with you as you turn from side to side throughout the night without the need for straps, assuring you a good night sleep and pain free mornings. This leg spacer pillow makes side sleeping much more comfortable and it is the perfect pregnancy pillow for moms-to-be who must sleep on their sides as their pregnancies progress. This versatile pillow unfolds into a comforting leg elevation pillow and relaxes you as the supportive memory foam hugs and cradles your legs. It is the perfect combination for the reduction of swelling and discomfort of varicose veins. Pressure points on your lower extremities are reduced promoting better circulation in the legs, creating optimal blood flow to your legs and feet, reducing aches, pains and muscle cramps.
14 Dec 2007
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Kevin Sisco breaks his ankle. Watch as it swells!
31 Dec 2007
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A Day off from working on Super Yachts and a chance to surf Cupecoy on a large N swell.
6 Jan 2008
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Welcome To Earth. Population 0- Monday, January 21st 9pm/8pm What would happen to planet earth if the human race were to suddenly disappear forever? Would ecosystems thrive? What remnants of our industrialized world would survive? What would crumble fastest? From the ruins of ancient civilizations to present day cities devastated by natural disasters, history gives us clues to these questions and many more in the visually stunning and thought-provoking new special LIFE AFTER PEOPLE, premiering Monday, January 21st, 2008 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The History Channel®. Abandoned skyscrapers would after hundreds of years, become “vertical ecosystems” complete with birds, rodents and even plant life. A particular small animal might be responsible for bringing down the Hoover Dam hydroelectric plant. Swelled rivers, crumbling bridges and buildings, grizzly bears in California and herds of buffalo returning to the Great Western Plains: in a world without humans, these would be the visual hallmarks. Our cars would shrivel to piles of dust, our house pets would be overtaken by flourishing wildlife, and most of the records of our human story—books, photos, records—would fade quickly, leaving little record that we ever existed. Using feature film quality visual effects and top experts in the fields of engineering, botany, ecology, biology, geology, climatology, and archeology, Life After People provides an amazing visual journey through the ultimately hypothetical.
14 Jan 2008
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Welcome To Earth. Population 0- Monday, January 21st 9pm/8pm What would happen to planet earth if the human race were to suddenly disappear forever? Would ecosystems thrive? What remnants of our industrialized world would survive? What would crumble fastest? From the ruins of ancient civilizations to present day cities devastated by natural disasters, history gives us clues to these questions and many more in the visually stunning and thought-provoking new special LIFE AFTER PEOPLE, premiering Monday, January 21st, 2008 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The History Channel®. Abandoned skyscrapers would after hundreds of years, become “vertical ecosystems” complete with birds, rodents and even plant life. A particular small animal might be responsible for bringing down the Hoover Dam hydroelectric plant. Swelled rivers, crumbling bridges and buildings, grizzly bears in California and herds of buffalo returning to the Great Western Plains: in a world without humans, these would be the visual hallmarks. Our cars would shrivel to piles of dust, our house pets would be overtaken by flourishing wildlife, and most of the records of our human story—books, photos, records—would fade quickly, leaving little record that we ever existed. Using feature film quality visual effects and top experts in the fields of engineering, botany, ecology, biology, geology, climatology, and archeology, Life After People provides an amazing visual journey through the ultimately hypothetical.
8 Jan 2008
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Welcome To Earth. Population 0- Monday, January 21st 9pm/8pm What would happen to planet earth if the human race were to suddenly disappear forever? Would ecosystems thrive? What remnants of our industrialized world would survive? What would crumble fastest? From the ruins of ancient civilizations to present day cities devastated by natural disasters, history gives us clues to these questions and many more in the visually stunning and thought-provoking new special LIFE AFTER PEOPLE, premiering Monday, January 21st, 2008 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The History Channel®. Abandoned skyscrapers would after hundreds of years, become “vertical ecosystems” complete with birds, rodents and even plant life. A particular small animal might be responsible for bringing down the Hoover Dam hydroelectric plant. Swelled rivers, crumbling bridges and buildings, grizzly bears in California and herds of buffalo returning to the Great Western Plains: in a world without humans, these would be the visual hallmarks. Our cars would shrivel to piles of dust, our house pets would be overtaken by flourishing wildlife, and most of the records of our human story—books, photos, records—would fade quickly, leaving little record that we ever existed. Using feature film quality visual effects and top experts in the fields of engineering, botany, ecology, biology, geology, climatology, and archeology, Life After People provides an amazing visual journey through the ultimately hypothetical.
8 Jan 2008
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Welcome To Earth. Population 0- Monday, January 21st 9pm/8pm What would happen to planet earth if the human race were to suddenly disappear forever? Would ecosystems thrive? What remnants of our industrialized world would survive? What would crumble fastest? From the ruins of ancient civilizations to present day cities devastated by natural disasters, history gives us clues to these questions and many more in the visually stunning and thought-provoking new special LIFE AFTER PEOPLE, premiering Monday, January 21st, 2008 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The History Channel®. Abandoned skyscrapers would after hundreds of years, become “vertical ecosystems” complete with birds, rodents and even plant life. A particular small animal might be responsible for bringing down the Hoover Dam hydroelectric plant. Swelled rivers, crumbling bridges and buildings, grizzly bears in California and herds of buffalo returning to the Great Western Plains: in a world without humans, these would be the visual hallmarks. Our cars would shrivel to piles of dust, our house pets would be overtaken by flourishing wildlife, and most of the records of our human story—books, photos, records—would fade quickly, leaving little record that we ever existed. Using feature film quality visual effects and top experts in the fields of engineering, botany, ecology, biology, geology, climatology, and archeology, Life After People provides an amazing visual journey through the ultimately hypothetical.
7 Jan 2008
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Welcome To Earth. Population 0- Monday, January 21st 9pm/8pm What would happen to planet earth if the human race were to suddenly disappear forever? Would ecosystems thrive? What remnants of our industrialized world would survive? What would crumble fastest? From the ruins of ancient civilizations to present day cities devastated by natural disasters, history gives us clues to these questions and many more in the visually stunning and thought-provoking new special LIFE AFTER PEOPLE, premiering Monday, January 21st, 2008 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The History Channel®. Abandoned skyscrapers would after hundreds of years, become “vertical ecosystems” complete with birds, rodents and even plant life. A particular small animal might be responsible for bringing down the Hoover Dam hydroelectric plant. Swelled rivers, crumbling bridges and buildings, grizzly bears in California and herds of buffalo returning to the Great Western Plains: in a world without humans, these would be the visual hallmarks. Our cars would shrivel to piles of dust, our house pets would be overtaken by flourishing wildlife, and most of the records of our human story—books, photos, records—would fade quickly, leaving little record that we ever existed. Using feature film quality visual effects and top experts in the fields of engineering, botany, ecology, biology, geology, climatology, and archeology, Life After People provides an amazing visual journey through the ultimately hypothetical.
12 Jan 2008
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Welcome To Earth. Population 0- Monday, January 21st 9pm/8pm What would happen to planet earth if the human race were to suddenly disappear forever? Would ecosystems thrive? What remnants of our industrialized world would survive? What would crumble fastest? From the ruins of ancient civilizations to present day cities devastated by natural disasters, history gives us clues to these questions and many more in the visually stunning and thought-provoking new special LIFE AFTER PEOPLE, premiering Monday, January 21st, 2008 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The History Channel®. Abandoned skyscrapers would after hundreds of years, become “vertical ecosystems” complete with birds, rodents and even plant life. A particular small animal might be responsible for bringing down the Hoover Dam hydroelectric plant. Swelled rivers, crumbling bridges and buildings, grizzly bears in California and herds of buffalo returning to the Great Western Plains: in a world without humans, these would be the visual hallmarks. Our cars would shrivel to piles of dust, our house pets would be overtaken by flourishing wildlife, and most of the records of our human story—books, photos, records—would fade quickly, leaving little record that we ever existed. Using feature film quality visual effects and top experts in the fields of engineering, botany, ecology, biology, geology, climatology, and archeology, Life After People provides an amazing visual journey through the ultimately hypothetical.
12 Jan 2008
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On December 5, 2007 a huge NW ground swell hit the La Jolla Cove in San Diego California. This video highllights the surfing of 'La Jolla Big Wednesday'. 'La Jolla Big Wednesday II' features 'Baseline' an original tune by Kenny and The Skull.
19 Jan 2008
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Bill E. Bob extends a Reel Swell New Year Greeting from Space!
23 Jan 2008
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New Zealand's coastline has plenty of great swell.
28 Jan 2008
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Big swell at La Vaca, Spain.
5 Apr 2008
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''This My Dear Earth'' by Dave Hart - This My Dear Earth- by Dave Hart Now, the majestic rivers swell Rise - flood - and absorb all coasts of land This earth long violated spews up stentorian cries Tears of bright dewy lava now jettison up One hundred thousand miles in a dark blue sky A myriad of tiny cheerful stars Hasten to prickle Earths long ravaged crown.
30 Jan 2008
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