By: Paul Hood
30% Of All People Suffer From Sinus Infections
by: Paul Hood
Have you ever felt like your head is going to explode? Felt intense pressure behind your eyes making it next to impossible to concentrate. Had headaches, pain in the upper jaws, fever, coughs and runny nose? If your answer is yes, then you could be suffering from Sinus infection.
According to Mark Cichocki, our sinuses are air pockets located inside the bones in the skull. They are located to either side of the nose (maxillary), behind and in between the eyes (ethmoid), in the forehead (frontal), ...
By: Robert Evans
The Golden Rule Of Website Building
by: Robert Evans
Setting yourself up to earn a steady monthly income has to be a pre-requisite to your success online. There is no doubt that large sums of money can be made (and indeed are being made) from selling products or services online.
With over 500,000,000 internet users (and that figure is already obsolete even as I write this) the potential for long term wealth is very high indeed.
This fantastic new medium has brought untold possibilities for the small trader operating in a niche market. In fact the int ...
By: Paul Runyan
4 Poker Tips the Pros Won't Tell You
by: Paul Runyan
In the past few years, professional poker playing has exploded in popularity. The biggest players are winning substantial amounts of money. However, none of the professional poker players are sharing their secrets. In reality, the best players in the world arenā??t doing anything really spectacular other than following basic poker tips. What makes the best players so amazing is their ability to utilize all of their strengths and capitalize on the weaknesses of others. Anyone can significantly improve his o ...
By: Jamie Kiley
Keep Your Navigation Simple!
by: Jamie Kiley
Navigation must be simple. Since it's the backbone of your site, it's imperative that visitors be able to understand it. Here are two tips on how to make simplicity a reality in your site:
1. Your link titles need to be understandable.
Visitors need to know exactly what link to click on for the info they need. Unfortunately, visitors frequently get confused and don't understand what a link means. Consequently, they aren't sure what info they'll find at the other end of the link.
Often, a link name that makes co ...
By: Steve Jackson
How Do I Improve My Web Site Conversion Rate? Part 1
by: Steve Jackson
In a recent teleconference, I was asked a number of questions about specific problems people were having and what I would do if I were in their position. This is the first article in a 3 part series that we’ll publish over the next few weeks. It will answer specific queries from the teleconference, in the belief that the answers will also help you to solve some of your issues.
Question 1: What do you mean by conversion? Do you mean getting someone to answer the simplest call to act ...
By: Jakob Jelling
Credit Counseling and Its Effects
by: Jakob Jelling
All to often credit is fun, easy to get and even easier to use. Many people find that even though they have an excellent income, that they can not keep up with their current debt load and even if they are managing to make their monthly payments they are not getting ahead. Is there a solution to this situation without having to claim bankruptcy or adversely effecting your credit score?
Credit counseling may very well be the answer for this type of situation. Credit counseling is designed to help correct you ...
By: Jim Safianuk
Inline Skating Technique -- Longer Strides and Glides
by: Jim Safianuk
Sometimes, especially on trails longer than 20 miles, and in high heat in the middle of the summer, you may start to fatigue due to dehydration or if your caloric burn has exceeded your caloric intake for the day. Under these circumstances, itā??s good to have a way to conserve your energy until you reach the end of the trail.
One approach is to use longer strides and glides. Let me explain!
The Three Forces
There are a number of forces that act on an inline skater while he or she is ...
Bydgoszcz is a city in northern Poland, on the Brda and Vistula rivers, with a population of 369,151 (2004), agglomeration more than 400 000, which makes it the 8th biggest city in Poland. It has been the capital of the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship since 1999, and was previously the capital of the Bydgoszcz Voivodeship (1947-1998) and before that, of the Pomeranian Voivodeship (1945-1947). Since 1999 it is also the seat of Bydgoszcz County.
Bydgoszcz is part of the metroplex Bydgoszcz-Torun with Torun, only 45 km away, and over 850,000 inhabitants. Bydgoszcz is the seat of the Casimir the Great university, University of Technology and Life Sciences and a conservatory as well as a Collegium Medicum. Bydgoszcz has a famous Concert Hall (Filharmonia Pomorska), opera house Opera Nova, From the Bydgoszcz International Ignacy Paderewski Airport there are flights to Warsaw, London and Dublin as well charter flights to Antalya and Tunis. Thank to its location between Vistula and Odra water system on the Bydgoszcz channel the city is an important link in a water system connected via Notec, Warta, Odra, Elbe with the Rhine and Rotterdam.
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