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How to Select a Wedding Cake For Your D-Day
By: Philip Stallone | Mar 8, 2014 |Shopping
Wedding is an important factor of everyone's life. Girls make their planning for their cakes a year before their marriage. This is a great occasion to celebrate. So choose the cake acording to your choice.
Table – A Requisite of Home Furnishing
By: Michael clark | Mar 8, 2014 |Furniture
It is hard to imagine a world without tables, isn't it? Had there not been a center table, where would you place the things that are to be served to the guests? Without a study table, wouldn't it be extremely uncomfortable and tiresome to do any work? The absence of a dressing table is certainly a nightmare for women. Every kind of table holds some significance in our home and makes the decor comp
The Best Ways To Arrange Your Office Furniture
By: Robert Fogarty | Mar 4, 2014 |Furniture
We all have the same goal at work, maximum efficiency…at least we should all have the same goals at work. One thing that can make a big difference in your work habits and efficiency is something you may not have previously thought about, your office furniture.
5 Amazing Health Benefits of Green Onions
By: Neil Karen | Feb 28, 2014 |Food & Beverage
Green onions, or spring onions, are a very versatile veggie that makes regular appearances in health-conscious kitchens. They can be used raw in salads or cooked with other vegetables. In addition to being quite tasty, green onions come loaded with nutrients your body needs. Following are 5 health benefits of green onions that you must know. Let’s check out now.
Of All the Learning Styles, Which is Best for My Child?
By: Linda Johnson | Feb 27, 2014 |Kids
In 1983 Howard Gardner, an educational researcher and developmental psychologist brought to the world a revolutionary new study called, "Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences," in which he theorized that most students do not learn in the same exact way. The study further showed that many students learned best by using visual aids while others learned better by handling objects; moving manipulatives to help them learn math.
5 Foods to Support Kidney Function
By: Neil Karen | Feb 26, 2014 |Food & Beverage
Kidneys are among the most important organs in your body. They regulate blood pressure and balance electrolyte levels. They are also responsible for filtering waste from the blood and sending it to the bladder. So it’s important for you to eat a balanced diet that contains plenty of nutrients.