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Why Do We Cry

by Tina S | Feb 28, 2010
We cry when we upset, sad, sorry and also delighted in our life.......
Crying or tearing, is known scientifically as lacrimation. Although most land mammals have a lacrimation system to keep their eyes moist, humans are the only animal generally accepted to cry emotional tears when they are sad or experience other forms of emotional stress. Crying is a natural... »read more
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Benefits of Petting Animals

by Tina S | Dec 7, 2009
a source of enjoyment, amusement, companionship and love..
Petting animals is not only pleasurable and beneficial for the animal only; numerous studies have demonstrated that petting anything can improve a person's psychological and physical health, including lowering blood pressure. Both parties reap the benefits of lower blood pressure and stress... »read more
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Vitamins For Eyes

by Tina S | Dec 5, 2009
Some important vitaminsfor the improvment of eyes' care
The eyes are probably the most important organ connected to the senses - we use our eyes everyday for literally every task our body performs. Eyes, like all other organs, need certain vitamins to stay healthy and work well into your later years.   The importance of vitamins for eyes... »read more
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Pollution Effects Wildlife

by Tina S | Jan 2, 2010
Pollution effects not only human lifes but also animals, birds, plants and aquatic species ..they are destroying..
Pollution is one of the primary ways in which humans have caused drastic modifications of wildlife habitat.   Although atmospheric pollution can have natural sources, for example volcanic eruptions, the term are usually used to refer to the gaseous by-products of man-made... »read more
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5 'persuasive' technologies to help you to be good!

by Penelope Truce | Aug 14, 2010
Information is power, but does information -- by itself -- actually make people change their behavior? Not often, says BJ Fogg, director of the Persuasive Technology Lab at Stanford University. "For all the discussion and hype about living in environmentally friendly ways, few people... »read more
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Autism; A Mental Disorder

by Tina S | Mar 24, 2010
Know about autism, its causes, symptoms and treatments
  Autism is a pervasive developmental disorder which affects social and communication skills and, to a greater or lesser degree, motor and language skills.  Autism is a severe developmental disorder that begins at birth or within the first two-and-a-half years of life. Most autistic... »read more
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Healthy Eating

by Derek Thompson | Feb 12, 2011
Healthy eating is not about strict nutrition philosophies, staying unrealistically thin, or depriving yourself of the foods you love. Rather, it’s about feeling great, having more energy, and keeping yourself as healthy as possible– all of which can be achieved by learning some... »read more
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Some Common Diseases Of Cats

by Tina S | Jan 23, 2010
There are many diseases, which are common to cats. If ignored some of these diseases may turn out to be fatal.
  We love our cats. We want to keep it as healthy and happy as possible.  However, even with the best care, cats can get sick.  You are lucky if you can catch the symptoms early and identify the specific cat disease affecting your pet. But this is not always the case. And... »read more
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What Is Brain Death

by Tina S | Jan 16, 2010
when brain is no longer functioning in any capacity and never will again...
  There are two ways that death can be diagnosed.    The first is obvious: once somebody has stopped breathing and their heart no longer beats, they are defined as dead. The second way that death is diagnosed is less obvious, and is used in circumstances where a person is in an... »read more
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Become a Vegetarian and Save Animals

by Tina S | Nov 10, 2009
Animals are our friends;save them
  There are many ways humans are cruel to animals, and most of them are completely unnecessary. Every year in the U.S., more than 27 billion animals are slaughtered for food. Raising animals on factory farms is cruel and ecologically devastating. Humans, on the other hand, kill other... »read more
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