Can You Buy An Anti Snoring Mouthpiece Online?

Post dateNovember 19th, 2015 by Editor Dale in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Can you buy an anti snoring mouthpiece online? Of course, you can. In fact, there is hardly anything that cannot be bought online these days. Thanks to the easy access to Internet with almost everyone having a smart phone or a computer one can search for and find an anti snoring mouthpiece just as easily as anything else. While there are some that still go out into the stores or malls in search of something or another, many others are willing to stay away from the crowds and traffic as long as they can browse through many web sites and place an order for some product that they need.

antismpKnowing this to be an effective marketing strategy, many agencies offer their services to manufacturing companies offering to promote the product and build up the hype in the market. You will find that this is one of the more common ways of advertising and it is as effective with an anti snoring mouthpiece as with anything else. The only thing that is important to note is that people should be willing to use the device or the mouthpiece. This can be considered a good cause to spend money on as it is expected to enrich your daily life.

What Is Snoring Mouth Guard?

What is snoring mouth guard? It is easy enough to find out what a snoring mouth guard is if you have access to the Internet. It has become a common

Trust Your Alarm? You Shouldn’t

Post dateNovember 15th, 2015 by Editor Dale in Uncategorized | No Comments »

bcIn March 1993, residents of Silver Spring, MD, were shocked by a brutal crime: the cold-blooded murder of Mildred Horn, her quadriplegic 8-year-old son, and the boy’s nurse. Horn’s husband, Lawrence, convicted of hiring the killer, was sentenced to life in prison. In October 1995, the man he hired, James Edward Perry, was sentenced to death.

But there was, in a way, another accomplice, according to the prosecution: a book whose instructions Perry followed–to the letter–in carrying out 22 details of his crime, including the fact that his weapon of choice was an AR-7 rifle, that he drilled out the serial number so the gun couldn’t be traced, that he used what authorities believe was a homemade silencer, and that he fired from a distance of three feet, shooting two of his victims three times in the eyes.

That book, Hit Man: A Technical

The Blood Supply… How Safe?

Post dateNovember 10th, 2015 by Editor Dale in Uncategorized | No Comments »

tbshsThis year, an estimated four million Americans will receive blood transfusions. “The blood supply has never been safer,” says Jim MacPherson, executive director of America’s Blood Centers. While there are small risks involved with getting a blood transfusion, experts say they are far outweighed by the risks of not receiving blood. What’s more, blood banks continue to pursue “absolute safety” through the development of more sophisticated tests and more detailed questioning of potential donors.

Here, answers to some common concerns:

What are my chances of getting AIDS from a blood transfusion?

Researchers say that a new, more sensitive screening test required at all blood banks since last March has cut what was already a very small risk (one chance in 450,000 to 660,000) to, literally, one chance in a million.

For more than a decade, blood banks have been testing blood for HIV–the …

Tantrums: Parents Have Them Too!

Post dateNovember 4th, 2015 by Editor Dale in Uncategorized | No Comments »

My friends consider me a calm person. When other drivers but me off without signaling, I just sigh and keep going. When store clerks are surly, I ignore them. So why was I standing at the top of the stairs the other day, waving a Lego block and screaming that if I found one more beneath my bare feet, I’d throw all of them out?

My kids, that’s why. Gus, 6, and Teddy, 2, have an uncanny ability to pull me into tantrum territory. It’s frustrating. It’s embarrassing. But like many parents, I can only take so much before I go into meltdown.

Experts say that parents are most vulnerable to eruptions when they’re already feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, or angry. Of course, yelling, stomping your feet, or throwing stuff rarely helps, as satisfying as they may feel. Worse, kids don’t learn healthy ways to

Retirement Myths You Can Ignore

Post dateNovember 2nd, 2015 by Editor Dale in Uncategorized | No Comments »

If you believe the following, honk. 1) Social Security won’t be there when I retire. 2) 1 can’t retire on less than $1 million (or $2 million-fill in scary large number).

The noise outside my window is deafening. Among working people, those two statements now pass as gospel. There’s just one little problem: Both are wrong.


rmycYou read everywhere that the Social Security program is going broke, partly because the government has borrowed from Social Security’s trust fund and spent it on other things. This fear is stirred up by people who want to dump this successful safety net.

The Social Security trust fund, however, is doing fine. It’s huge — some $566 billion at the end of last year — and still growing. The money pours in from payroll taxes not currently needed to pay benefits. That cash is safely invested …

Using The Power Of Your Metabolism

Post dateOctober 29th, 2015 by Editor Dale in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Have you convinced yourself that your passion for chocolate or your chips-and-dip habit isn’t the real reason those jeans no longer fit? And that it’s all the fault of your slow-motion metabolism? Well, forget that excuse. New research reveals that we can all get our bodies to burn calories faster. Below, experts address your most burning questions about charging up your metabolism.

What exactly does metabolism mean, anyway?

poymYour metabolic rate is the speed at which the body burns calories at any given time. Most people know that the pace picks up during exercise. But what many don’t realize is that when it comes to losing weight, the number of calories burned when you’re doing absolutely nothing matters most! Your resting metabolic rate (RMR) — how fast you expend energy for basic functions like breathing and blood circulation — accounts for up to 75 …

Has IBM Done Enough??

Post dateOctober 28th, 2015 by Editor Dale in Uncategorized | No Comments »

With Personal Systems remaining part of IBM, some believe the computer giant is not giving the division enough of the freedom it needs to be successful in the intensely competitive PC market.

By holding onto Personal Systems, IBM is signaling that PCs and workstations are “part of the crown jewels” and too valuable to spin off, said Ulric Weil, a principal in Weil & Associates, a Washington consulting firm. “But if they stick with their culture of 65 years, they might crush the life out of it.”

Weil questioned whether IBM is serious about truly becoming a “holding company” for independent businesses. “This is a blueprint, conceived at the very highest levels of management,” he said. “But there is no clear-cut timetable for implementation.”

A former top IBM executive, who declined to be identified, questioned whether Personal Systems will get the message that it …