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Home » Articles tagged ‘pets’ (Page 8)

Use Your Favorite Dog, the Pug, On Your Bank Checks!

April 13, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Finance

Are you a proud owner of a Pug? Are you tired of your plain old boring bank checks but think that you can’t afford anything more interesting? Well, thanks to the Internet bank checks are more affordable then ever. Why not combine your love of your Pug, as well as your bank checks, and carry Pug personal checks?

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Things Anyone Will not Like About Dog Behavior Problems And Things Anyone Will

April 10, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Others

When adopting a new puppy, there are training issues that must be addressed from the beginning. Though the puppy is undeniably cute, if certain behaviors aren’t addressed from the start, and if alpha dominance is just not established by the owner from the beginning, the pet will develop up with destructive behaviors that might be …

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A Vitamin

April 7, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Health & Fitness

A Vitamin Vitamin A deficiency can end up in night blindness and blindness thanks to the eradication of the cornea. The capability of vitamin A to stop these 2 visible problems and its mechanism of action in doing so is generally known. Modern reports suggest that vitamin A may affect some visual troubles in folk …

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B12 Vitamin

April 7, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Health & Fitness

B12 Vitamin A vitamin is a chemical substance that’s required for a particular chemical reaction to occur in the body, but is not synthesized by the body, and so should be included in the diet. The nutritional prerequisites for ordinary function are typically comparatively small. Most vitamins that are known today were discovered because their …

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Vitamin Shoppes

April 6, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Health & Fitness

Vitamin Shoppes Thiamine, or vitamin B1, was the 1st vitamin to be found. Traditionally, brown or whole grain rice was a basic foods in numerous Oriental states. The oils contained in the germ of whole grain rice or wheat can go rancid quite quickly, especially when exposed to air ( as when ground into flour …

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Vitamin A Deficiency

April 6, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Health & Fitness

Vitamin A Deficiency What’s Vitamin A? What Does Vitamin A Do? Vitamin a, sometimes called retinol as it produces pigments in the eye’s retina. The eye requires a specific metabolite – retinal – a light-absorbing substance that is critical for scotopic vision ( low-light vision ). Vitamin An is also vital for excellent teeth, skeletal …

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Vitamin a

April 6, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Health & Fitness

Vitamin a HEALTHY eyes rely on a large range of food and minerals. Here are the vitamins you want to maintain a good vision Vitamin A. It may protect membranes in the eye against oxidative damage and is known to have a role in the repair of cells that have been injured. Foods with Vitamin …

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Vitamine

April 6, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Health & Fitness

Vitamine The unhealthy foods we eat in excess, for example processed sugars, are culprits in depleting us of some minerals and vitamins. For example, a surplus of sugar in the system can cause a depletion of zinc, chromium, magnesium and folic acid. Also, a fat individual who is exercising continually and consuming less than usual …

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