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April 07, 2007 Free Articles

A Women’s Guide: Crossing The Complex Of Menopause And Blood Pressure

Generally, a woman has a diastolic and systolic pressure that is a slightly lower than that of what is present in men. But after menopause, the systolic pressure increases by around 5 mm Hg, on an average.

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Medical Accounts Receivable Financing-Stat!

Medical Accounts Receivable Financing-Stat! explores the unique issues presented to lenders and B2B medical businesses in order to successfully factor medical receivables.

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E-books and Affiliate Programs

Some E-books combine very well with an affiliate program. When the affiliate receives some extra benefit from promoting the viral message, like being able to brand your E-book with his affiliate links, the affiliate makes a sale when a reader buys through a branded link.

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B2B Marketers Do It, Too

They use viral marketing by e-mail as a marketing tool... what did you think I meant? Viral marketing can work well for B2B providers, as long as the following is true:

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6 Ideas for Viral Marketing

Here are six ideas to help you start your viral marketing campaign:

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3 Steps to Find “Freebies” to Add to Your E-book

Those of us who regularly shop on line are familiar with the array of free gifts, free bonuses and just plain freebies that are offered to a visitor to a website to encourage them to buy.

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Treadmill Reviews: Epic T60- A Walker’s Treadmill

Once you purchase Epic T60, you will have everything at your disposal- a strong built-up body, all necessary features and workout programs with a decent warranty time period. This is mainly a walking treadmill. For all joggers or runners, it is not the pick.

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Cause of Back Pain: Are Your Genes responsible?

Back pain is generally associated with sitting or standing in bad postures. But, several diseases also cause it. Occurrence of most of these diseases can be explained in connection to the hyper activities that occur in the genes...

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Treat Arthritis Early To Avoid Disability

Arthritis is a crippling disease that afflicts a number of people across the world. With it you can be down with unbearable pain and might even find it hard to perform even the simplest of tasks. In a way, it brings a phenomenal disability to you.

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When Can a Tenant Terminate Their Lease Legally?

There’s 3 ways a tenant can terminate their legal obligations to the lease during its term: (1) You can terminate due to legal misconduct on behalf of the landlord

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OutlookSoft

OutlookSoft delivers a unified, predictive business intelligence & performance management solution for financial and operational planning, budgeting, forecasting, consolidation, reporting, analysis, predictive analytics, scorecarding, dashboards, compliance, and more.

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How To Treat Acne In Males And Acne In Females?

Among men, a number of factors can cause acne. Excessive secretion of oil and clogged pores are the basic causes. So far as women are concerned, they are prone to acne at all those stages where they undergo hormonal changes.

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The Creation of the Copier

Chestor Carlson made the first copy in 1938. The copier went on to be one of the World’s greatest inventions.

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Car Buying Tips: Top 10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Searching

“Why are you trading it in?” There are various answers, of course, but one of the most perplexing responses is, “It’s not really what I wanted.” It begs the question, “Well then why did you buy it in the first place?” Whether they know it or not, the most common “truth-serum” answer is that they just weren’t prepared before they went shopping.

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Don't Catch These Two Diseases

One of my favorite motivational speakers is Brian Tracy, who is one of the world’s top experts on success psychology and personal achievement. In case you haven’t heard of Brian, he is like a calmer, more “laid back” version of Tony Robbins. Not long ago, I had the chance to attend a seminar Brian held at the Jacob Javitz center in New York City. One part of his talk really grabbed my attention, and I’d like to share it with you...

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