Tear Gas Orthochlorobenzylidenemalononitrile

Agent CS (Orthochlorobenzylidenemalononitrile) was first prepared in 1928 by two American chemists, Ben Corson and Roger Stoughton. (The CS initials were taken from the first letters of the names of the discoverers). However, it remained until 1956 for the British CBW laboratory at Porton Down, the Chemical Defense Experimental Establishment, to develop CS as a…

Lack Of Happiness And Contentment In Life Causes Heart Disease

What is rarely mentioned in reports on heart disease and their contributing risk factors is one the most important discoveries ever made about man’s number one killer disease: The greatest risks of developing heart disease are job satisfaction and happiness rating. These unexpected risk factors turned up when American researchers looked once more at clues…

Growing Rosemary – Set It and Almost Forget It

I love growing Rosemary! The narrow leaves which actually look like needles have a spicy, resinous fragrance. They are hardy, forgiving, and don’t require a lot of attention. This plant is close to ‘Set It and Forget It’ in the amount of attention it needs. Contrary to popular belief, for the most part Rosemary can…

3 Colon Cancer Warning Signs You Should Never Ignore!

There are 3 particular colon cancer warning signs that are very important. They are signs you should not ignore at all. Why are they important? Here’s why… A tumor that forms in either your colon or rectum normally grows quite slowly. Because of its slow growth, it doesn’t show any sign or symptom for a…

MRSA Staph Symptoms Can Lead to Suicide Attempts

MRSA stands for Methicilln Resistant Staphyloccus Aureus and it’s a disease that’s only been around for about 20 years, so it’s still spreading around United States and most countries and most people are fairly vulnerable to it, since they haven’t built up their defense mechanism. MRSA staph symptoms usually show themselves as skin infections such…

Theta Healing for the Common Cold

Theta Healing effectively removes the symptoms of common cold without any of the side effects one would associate with traditional medicine. A cold is something we all suffer periodically. The symptoms of common cold are stuffy head, sore throat, tiredness, stuffy and runny nose, congested chest, and sometimes a fever. It can be a very…

The Healing Power of Sunlight

Today, we are going to discover the healing power of sunlight in helping us to enjoy the health we desire. More than you may think, your well-being is linked directly to the sun. The sun not only triggers the reaction of photosynthesis in plants, which produces the oxygen you breathe and the food you eat,…

Most Common Orthopedic Surgeries

Orthopedic surgeries are those that deal with the muscles and skeleton in the human body. This kind of surgery corrects problems that arise in the skeleton, attachments, ligaments and tendons. Some other common problems arise from injury to the spine or damage due to aging. The range of treatments includes traction, amputation, hand reconstruction, spinal…

Common Cases and Causes of Paralysis

Being unable to move a certain part of the body, whether small or large, can be very traumatic. Many people will have to live with this condition for the rest of their lives. Paralysis is the inability to move or control a part of the body and can be one of the most difficult things…

Preventing Pilates Related Injuries

I received a question from the Ask Experts site yesterday that I feel the need to share, since this is coming up more and more with the advent of mass Pilates DVDs and underqualified instructors. Question: “Hi, I am a beginner in Pilates, when I try to do the V shape or half way crunch,…

Deep Tissue Massage – Muscle Tendon & Ligament Relief

Deep Tissue Massage or myofascial release is a massage technique that focuses on releasing restrictions in the deeper layers of the muscles, tendons and ligaments. Deep tissue massage releases chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes and deep finger pressure on the contracted areas. Using slow strokes and deep pressure or friction…