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The Trouble With Long Hair Cushing S Disease

(category: Pets, Word count: 544)
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As summer sets in most horses have shed their winter coats. But some older horses are still clinging to their winter coat. Some have not shed it at all.

Failure to shed the winter coat is a good indication that a horse has Cushing's disease.

Cushing's disease is being recognised more and more frequently in older horses and ponies. The condition is named because of its similarities to the human disease of the same name. But there are significant differences.

Equine Cushing's disease is associated with excessive cortisol production by the adrenal gland. In almost all cases, it is caused by increased activity in the intermediate lobe of the pituitary gland, which sits at the base of the brain. The underlying problem seems to lie with nerves that should limit the activity of the affected part of the gland.

In normal horses, ACTH, a hormone from the pituitary gland, stimulates the release of cortisol from the adrenal glands. The blood cortisol level is controlled by a complex "feed back" mechanism. Basically, an increase in blood cortisol inhibits further ACTH release, which in turn causes the cortisol level to fall.

In horses with Cushing's disease the abnormal pituitary gland produces ACTH, and other related molecules, some of which increase the "potency" of ACTH. In addition, the abnormal gland does not respond to the normal feedback controls. Most of the signs seen with Cushing's disease are due to the increased cortisol activity.

Often the first sign that a horse is affected with Cushing's disease is hirsutism, the development of an excessively long and often curly coat. Shedding of the coat that normally occurs in summer either does not occur at all or is greatly reduced.

Other signs include excessive sweating, weight loss, poor performance, increased drinking and passing increased amounts of urine. Almost all affected animals go on to develop laminitis eventually. Because the laminitis in these cases is the result of internal problems rather than a momentary dietary indiscretion, it is often more difficult to treat than laminitis due to dietary causes.

Various tests have been used to help to confirm the diagnosis. Unfortunately the tests can sometimes be misleading. In most cases they are not necessary. There is really only one condition that causes older horses not to shed their hair in summer - and that is Cushing's disease.

So, what can be done for horses with Cushing's disease? Veterinarians have used a variety of medications, originally intended for human use, to treat Cushing's disease in horses. The most effective seems to be a drug called pergolide. If the treatment is successful, as well as showing a general improvement in condition, a horse may start to shed its coat again.

Some people have found that herbal mixtures containing chaste berry extracts have helped, but others disagree.

Clipping the excessive coat will make the horse more comfortable, and may reduce the risk of skin infections. Regular corrective trimming of the feet is likely to be necessary once laminitis develops.

The onset of Cushing's disease need not necessarily mean a horse's days are numbered. But once you spot the telltale signs have a word with your veterinarian to discuss the options that are available for managing the condition.

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Window Air Conditioners Stay Cool And Save Money

(category: Home-Improvement, Word count: 427)
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Are you tired of sweating all summer long because you do not want to shell out the cash for a central air conditioner? Have you given into the fact that there is no way to stay cool without breaking the bank? If this sounds like you, you are in luck. There is something that you can do this summer to stay cool, without having to spend hundreds of dollars.

By purchasing a window air conditioner, you will be able to keep yourself cool the entire summer. Even though you will only be able to have the unit in one window, if you properly place it there is no reason that you should not be able to cool down your entire home. Instead of placing your air conditioner in your bedroom window you may want to think about putting it in a more centralized location. This will help to spread the air out over your entire home, instead of keeping it in one room.

A window air conditioner will save you money in a couple of different ways. First off, a window air conditioner can be purchased for as little as $150. This offers huge savings compared to central air. At the same time, you will also save yourself money on the electric bill. Using a central air unit during the entire summer can make your electric bills sky rocket. But by using a window unit sparingly, you will be able to stay cool while also keeping your electric bill under control. A lot of people only use their window unit when it is absolutely necessary. This way you can control the approximate amount of money that you spend per month.

One of the least expensive, but most efficient window units that you can buy is the Kenmore 75051. This model will cost you approximately $150, but for that price you get a lot features. Features include a four way air deflection, a timer, two different fan speeds, and a remote control for easy use.

If you are looking for more power, you will want to step up to the GE AGM12. Even though you will have to spend about $400, you will be able to more quickly cool your house. This model offers 12,000 Btu's which are controlled by three cooling speeds.

Contrary to popular belief, it is possible to stay cool this summer without spending thousands of dollars. A window air conditioner offers the features you need to stay cool, and also keep some money in your pocket.

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Organize Your Neck Tie

(category: Clothing, Word count: 387)
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Men wardrobe is usually found to be a mess because most of the times all the clothes are found in a haphazard manner. Neck tie which is an important part of your wardrobe needs proper storage so that it lasts long and gives you the same look you had worn for the first time.

Tie Rack

You can place neck ties in a tie rack which saves your time, space and temper in the morning when you are searching for your favorite neck tie all over in your wardrobe. Tie racks are usually revolving and have a push button that brings your perfect neck tie instantly at your fingertips. There are many electronic tie rack storages that could organize up to 72 neck ties and also could also be used for belts at the same time. There is a built in light that enables you to view the neck tie collection and choose the right tie even in the dark.

Wall hook for ties and belts

You can also organize your neck tie in a wall hook that can hold your neck ties and belts securely. It is usually made up of hardwood and acts as a good tie hanger.

Rotating tie hangers

If you wish you can also use revolving tie hangers for a quick turn around for your neck tie accessory. Hanging neck ties in this way saves the space in your drawer and prevents crease and wrinkles in the ties. You can hang each neck tie, scarf, belt separately as such and have a quick access.

Over the door tie hanger

Over the door tie hanger is a unique way to arrange your closet. It provides many hanging bars for optimum vertical storage and could be fitted over any standard door thereby freeing up valuable clothes storage space.

Hanging tie and belt rack

It is a simple and elegant way to organize your neck tie and accessories with hanging tie rack. You can separately hang each tie and belt and thus reduces chances of creases and ease to find.

Necks tie and belt organizer

You can keep your neck ties and belts organized with hanging organizer and could safely hang number of neck ties separately.

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The Power Of Laughter

(category: Self-Improvement, Word count: 417)
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Did you realise that laughter can heal?

The experience of laughing has been proven to be an extremely potent tool for self healing. If you have watched the DVD "The Secret" then you will have seen a very good example of this. A woman who was diagnosed with breast cancer laughed herself back to health. She watched funny shows and wouldn't allow any stress into her life. At the end of three months the cancer had totally disappeared!

Why and how did this happen? Is it really possible to laugh your way back from sickness to health?

Well it has been observed by the medical profession that when you laugh, there are certain chemicals released in your body that relax you and allow your body to do what it does best - repair itself!

However, when you allow stress to take over and live your life from a very serious standpoint your body does not release these highly beneficial chemicals, your muscles tense and even natural bodily functions like digestion become harder for your body to regulate. As your body has to try that much harder to regulate your normal functions it takes its toil and aging can occur.

So if you try to see the funny side of things in life (and there always is one) you are actually helping yourself stay healthy and young. Using humour is not just great for your physical health; it can also keep you healthy emotionally and mentally. The best way top stay happy and humorous is to redirect your focus and thus change your perception of things.

If you constantly dwell on feelings of negativity you are not allowing yourself to see the humorous side of life and are robbing your body of much needed chemicals and a state of relaxation.

Here are some hints if you want to take advantage of the positive effects of humour.

1. Do things that you really enjoy and find funny.

2. Watch comedies that make you laugh.

3. Read a magazine or funny book.

4. Repeat the jokes you like to friends and family. Their laughter will have you laughing again.

5. Share funny stories that have happened to you.

7. Seek out the company of people you find funny.

8. Ask friends and family to tell you about their funny experiences.

You should to have a good belly laugh at least once a day. Why not laugh your way to a healthy youthful body?

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How To Design A Website If You Re A Novice On The Internet

(category: Web-Design, Word count: 971)
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Most of my students are Internet novices and ask many apprehensive questions about how to design a website. They worry about their ability to design an attractive site and are anxiously seeking the quickest and best alternative.

After years on the Net, I believe you need to learn how to design your sites yourself, and here's why ...

The Internet is made up of two elements:

1. Text

2. Pictures

Yes, audio and video technologies are growing fast. But if you hope to sell on the Net, it's critical to appeal to your audience, those folks who are willing to pull out their credit cards and buy your products. A huge percentage of these are still on dialup and certainly aren't very sophisticated and fancy techniques will isolate you from many of them.

So what are your choices if you want to build a website?

1. Buy a template:

This can work sometimes. I've bought them myself and they do look great. But there are some real problems with templates:

* They can be expensive - especially if you want multiple websites. Good templates aren't cheap. The few I've bought are in the $60-$70 range.

* If you don't know what you're doing, you can waste your money on templates that won't work for you. For instance, you will often see templates with icons, pictures, company logos, "Buy Now" buttons and more. Yes, they look great. But when you download the images they are not editable because if they are in jpg or gif format, you can't make changes. The most common 'editable' images are in 'psd' format. If you own image editing software, like Photoshop (which usually sells for about $600), you can make the changes you wish. But if you don't own this kind of software then forget it - your images can't be changed.

* Editing templates isn't easy. You might unwittingly purchase a template that allows 8? of space - and your copy needs 10? of space. Now what? Cheaper templates require the purchaser to "slice" them. This is tedious and time consuming and requires editing knowledge that most people don't have. Higher quality templates allow the owner to edit them without slicing, but they are more expensive.

* Even if you can edit your new template, do you really think that you should allow a designer to dictate the placement of your sales copy? Beautiful design does not equal sales. Just because something looks good doesn't mean it's a good sales site. Many novices are impressed with the good looks of a template, but Madison Avenue beauty doesn't equal profits on the Net. Earning money comes from effective direct response marketing which means testing the elements on your sales page and changing them until you have a winner. If your design is forced on you you are limited in the changes you can make.

2. Pay a website designer to build a site for you:

* Hiring a professional can be expensive. I currently have a goal of building two websites each week for a year. Let's assume I pay someone $500 to build a website (which is quite a reasonable amount for a well done site - it often costs much more.) That means I will be paying $1,000/week, every week, for a year. My money is better spent on marketing than design.

* Every time you want to make a change on your site, you must wait on a designer to make the changes. This is expensive and can be time consuming if the designer is busy with multiple clients.

* Just like a purchased template, most web designers are focused on looks and appearance, rather than functionality or sales. All the best marketers acknowledge that plainer sites are more lucrative because the focus is on the copy, the words, rather than fancy graphics or beautiful colors. Take a look at the top money-making sites on the net. They rarely are flashy or dramatically impressive.

* Relying on a web designer creates dependency. Generally the motivation of entrepreneurs is freedom so waiting for another person to make even the smallest changes to your site isn't taking you in the direction you want to go.

3. Buy site-making software:

Every program I have seen involves a learning curve. One popular site builder, for example, has a 500 page manual, is expensive and a lot of the learning doesn't transfer to other site systems. I looked at another one recently with a 300 page manual. The time that you spend learning these methodologies could be spent learning an HTML editor that will make you fully capable of building your own sites, whenever you choose, for almost zero cost.

Spend the time and learn do it yourself websites. I personally spent two weeks in 'Dreamweaver Hell' several years ago. All reviews indicated that Dreamweaver is the best HTML editor, so I bought a book and determined to learn the software on my own. The first book wasn't long enough so I returned it for a second - and longer - book, which eventually was exchanged for an almost-1200 page manual. There were moments of frustration, tears, triumph, cursing and the thrill of success, and I emerged able to put together websites whenever I chose.

Saying "I want to be an Internet marketer" and not learning how to build websites for yourself is like wanting to be a dentist - and refusing to learn about teeth; like being a star athlete - and refusing to practice your sport. So what if your first sites won't win a design award? You'll get better. And you will be independent. Isn't that the entire point of working on the Internet?

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The Burning Sensation That Is Chlamydia

(category: Health-Fitness, Word count: 789)
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According to a recent poll carried out by Durex, 47% of all adults worldwide have had sex with someone without checking on their partner's sexual history - 48% of men and 45% of women. 65% of 45-55 year olds have had unprotected sex, compared to 33% of 16-20 year olds.

Clean and protected sex not only lessens risks of unwanted pregnancies, but also minimizes the odds of acquiring sexually transmitted infections and diseases. Circumcision, for one, has proven helpful to minimize HIV infection in men. The use of condoms prevent direct contact of the genitals, thereby eliminating contact with genital secretions which carry bacteria. Personal genital hygiene is also important as it lowers, if not prevent, the risk of sexually transmitted infections (STI) from spreading. Something as simple as proper washing of the genitals before and after intercourse makes a big difference on the possibility of contracting STI.

Itchiness, soreness, and genital discharge can be signs of infection. However, it is quite normal and healthy for women of childbearing age to have vaginal discharge. The amount and color of this can change during menstruation, sexual excitement, and pregnancy. An abnormal discharge which is thick and white, green and foul-smelling, or blood stained suggests possible infection.

Among the many genital infections, chlamydia is the most commonly reported world wide. About four million reported cases of chlamydia infection occur in the United States each year. Chlamydia is caused by an intracellular parasite, Chlamydia trachomatis, and can affect both males and females. This disease is transmitted in body fluids and doesn't survive outside the body, it can easily be acquired during vaginal, oral, or anal sexual contact with an infected partner; or passed on from mother to child during birth. Chlamydia is a curable infection, however it can last for a long period of time if not treated. Diagnosis requires a sample of the patient's body fluid either through the urine or by directly collecting sample from the penis or the uterus. Chlamydia can be easily remedied through antibiotics.

Most people suffering from chlamydia are not aware of their infections and do not seek testing. This is because almost 80 percent of women and 50 percent of men don't manifest symptoms. The most common symptoms of chlamydia for women include abnormal vaginal discharge, irritation, unusual vaginal bleeding , deep pain during intercourse, and painful urination. For males, they usually experience frequent urination with a burning sensation, watery discharge from the penis, and a burning or itching sensation around the opening of the penis.

If left untreated, Chlamydia may develop complications for women's sexual health and also that of men. In rare cases, the effects may even reach to fatality. Forty percent of untreated chlamydia cases in women lead to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). One out of 5 women that go on to develop PID will become infertile as a result. Chlamydia may also cause ectopic or tubal pregnancies. this proves most fatal of all complications as the fertilized ovum (egg cell) is implanted outside the uterus, most often in the Fallopian tubes. Other effects include premature birth, miscarriage, and chronic pain in the pelvic region.

Men aren't safe from the complications of prolonged untreated Chlamydia. They may develop epididymitis (swelling of the testicles.) Epididymitis is the inflammation of the epididymis, the tube that carries sperm from the testicle. Though complications in men are rare, infection could cause pain, fever, and sterility.

Babies who are exposed to chlamydia in the birth canal during delivery may develop an eye infection or pneumonia. Symptoms of an eye infection, called conjunctivitis or "pink eye," include discharge in the eye and swollen eyelids that usually develop within the first 10 days of life. Symptoms of pneumonia includes coughing that gets steadily worse and nasal congestion. It often develops within 3 to 6 weeks of birth.

Patients who have contracted chlamydia should have their sexual partners evaluated, tested, and treated. Persons with chlamydia should cease from engaging in sexual intercourse until they and their sex partners have finished treatment, otherwise re-infection is possible. Women whose partners have not been properly treated are at high risk for infection to recur. Multiple infections puts a woman's sexual health at serious risk. Retesting should be considered for women, three to four months after treatment. This is especially true if a woman does not know if her sex partner received treatment.

Prevention is always better than cure. Engaging in unprotected or unhygienic sex practices puts one in a position where he is vulnerable to diseases and infections. Use protection if you have no idea about your partner's sexual history. In that case, not only do you protect yourself from STDs, you also preserve your reproductive health.

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All About Wake Forest Nc

(category: Vacations, Word count: 319)
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Wake Forest is a town located in Wake County that is considered to be a suburb of Raleigh. As of a 2000 census, the town was reported to have nearly 13,000 residents.

The town of Wake Forest began to be developed in 1820 when 615 acres of land was purchased in the area by Dr. Calvin Jones. The area was very sparsely populated at the time and was named as both Forest of the Wake and as Wake Forest at the time. The town started to become more populated when Jones sold his property for $2,000 to the North Carolina Baptist Convention.

After the North Carolina Baptist Convention became established in the town, it opened the Wake Forest Manual Labor Institute and then the Wake Forest College. This college was later renamed Wake Forest University, which is where the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is now located.

When the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad was completed in 1840, the schools in the area also received a boost. In addition, college leaders were able to get the railroad moved closer to the college in 1874, which further gave the economy in the area a boost and allowed the community to become incorporated. The incorporation took place in 1880 and the town became known as Town of Wake Forest College.

The word "College" was removed from the name in 1909 and the college actually left the town in 1956 when it moved to a larger city. By this time, the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary had already been conducting classes on the campus and simply took over the rest of the campus after the college moved.

Today, Wake Forest offers a nice mixture of ethnicities and cultures. Although it is not as financially well off as some of the other cities in the state, the median household income is a respectable $52,307 and the median family income is $60,408.

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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Hunting With A Dog

(category: Hunting, Word count: 575)
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Hunting along with a dog is a rather controversial sport these days and there are some dogs better at it than other, some dogs are better "at" a specific type of hunting than others, that is why hunting with a dog is a popular sport among hunting enthusiasts. There aren't any specific groups registered in the American Kennel Club ( AKC ) for hunting alone other than the hounds which are known to have an ancestral background in their lineage in the hunting domain.

These traits vary from dog to dog: some have a very developed scenting ability while others have very good stamina and so on. Some of the most famous hounds would be the: Beagle, Norwegian Elkhound, American Foxhound, Black And Tan Coonhound and others as well. The widely known AKC Sporting Group is a rather large group of hunting dogs for those hunters that enjoy hunting along with a dog in a woody or watery environment. Some of the dogs that belong to this group would be the: American Water Spaniel, Golden Retriever, English Cocker Spaniel, German Shorthaired Pointer and others as well.

Moving on to the interesting part, the exciting aspect about the above mentioned dogs ( and the rest of them, of course ) is that each breed has its own natural behavior. Hunting along with one of these dogs will surely improve your hunting efficiency but choosing the most appropriate type of dog is crucial as some dogs excel at fox hunting for example while other are best to be used for squirrel hunting. The terriers were originally developed for hunting small games and killing vermin and if you plan on hunting squirrels for example, a working terrier is the best way to do it. The hunting dogs are most recommended for any type of hunting as they will prove their efficiency if properly trained.

The main disadvantage regarding hunting dogs is that the training procedure is rather complex and might not show up the expected results when hunting for the first time with the dog. Regarding the aspect of training a hunting dog, it is also a matter of time because training a dog properly for hunting purposes can take up to one year and in some cases you will have only one chance to do it because some mistakes are irreversible. An example of an irreversible mistake would be the lack of early socialization. We recommend that you do a little bit of research before choosing your hunting dog ( keeping in mind the type of game you are going to use the dog at ), start the training from an early age and things should go smoothly.

All things considered, hunting along with a dog has its advantages and disadvantages. The main advantage of using a dog is that if the dog was properly trained from an early age, the chances of catching more animals is higher as this dogs will do some of the work for you. The main disadvantage would be that the entire training process takes some time and every dog is different in its own way so there is no such thing as a standard training procedure applicable for all breeds.

Summary: Hunting with a dog can be a very exciting and entertaining experience but training a dog for hunting takes a lot of time and practice in order to do it properly.

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Smart Cycling

(category: Sports-Recreation, Word count: 501)
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Learning to ride a bike is a rite of passage. It's a skill that takes us from three-wheeler to two-wheeler, from sidewalk to street. It's also one of the easiest of life's lessons to learn, but it does take effort to learn how to ride well.

Body position

Smart cycling starts with proper body positioning. Some people like to ride with their bodies in a low position, but this is not the correct posture. It is best to sit as tightly as possible, and in a narrow posture to reduce wind friction. You and your bike will obtain maximum efficiency when your body is completely lined with the bicycle frame.


The position of your knees is equally important. The correct riding posture will have you sitting comfortably with your knees bent at right angles. This posture will make your body more aerodynamic and streamlined, and will reduce the strain on your legs.

The best way to arrive at the correct knee position is the traditional method of placing your bike on a trainer and sitting square on the saddle. Place your heels on the pedals and pedal backwards. The right height will have your knees straightening with minimal hip movement. It may take some time to get the position just right, but it is time well spent.

When you find the right height, adjust the height of your saddle and secure it.


Your arms need to be positioned properly in order to cycle smart. When riding, your hands should be placed over the brake lever hood. This is a neutral position that will allow you to apply the brakes comfortably. Make sure that your hands are not angled in any position while you are holding the brake lever hood. Straight positions are best for smart cycling. When choosing your bike, make sure that the handlebar is not too wide. Adjust it so the distance between the top of the saddle and the handle bar is not more than four knuckles.

Many riders believe that the best way to ride is to have a bike custom-built. They are not necessarily wrong, but the real source of smart cycling is in body adjustment. Even if you have a custom bike, you will have to learn to hold your body in the proper position to get optimal performance from your cycle. Weight should be shifted so that most of it is placed on the back wheel, to increase pedaling rate and maximize bike control.

Chances are, you will change and upgrade bicycles as you age. But if you choose to keep your bike for the long haul, you'll need to adjust your riding position as your body reacts to natural aging processes and loss of flexibility. This will give you a more pleasant riding experience and reduce the strain on your body.

Going from three-wheeler to street cycle is just the beginning. Smart cycling is about how you ride, not necessarily what you ride.

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