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1. CDRM in Dogs
CDRM in Dogs
There may be a glimmer of hope. When this diagnosis is made, it is usually a body blow. However, things just may not be totally as bad as they at first seem. CDRM is a progressive and non-painful degenerative neurological disease of dogs, affecting mostly the German Shepherd breed. We have also ...
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:04:03
2. How to Service an old AGA cooking range
How to Service an old AGA cooking range
Anyone who has become accustomed to cooking on an AGA range would be very unlikely ever to wish to cook on anything else. It is such a versatile and user-friendly kitchen appliance. However, when it goes wrong, it goes wrong big time. This lens applies only to an old (circa 1950) AGA cooker that...
Home & Garden - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:03:20
3. Back Problems in Dogs
Back Problems in Dogs
Dogs really are our devoted companions, sharing in our lives with utmost unselfishness. They join in our work, our games and our daily round, with enviable enthusiasm. They share our homes and our lifestyles, for better or for worse. In the course of this, they often do themselves injury, whethe...
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:03:14
4. Quiz: Victorian Era
Quiz: Victorian Era
This is a Mega Quiz (i.e. Mega Points!). This amazing period of British history is worth a special quiz - this was an era of discovery, of industry, of engineering, of exploration, of science, of literature, of art and of so many other facets of life that blossomed in these times. It is an imme...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 16:15:42
5. Unsung Heroes
Unsung Heroes
History is littered with those who made great discoveries, performed great deeds or just changed the World, but whose names do not crop up in the ordinary course of education and learning. Why might this be? Did they break with convention? Did they offend the establishment? Did they not fit the ...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:04:13
6. Quiz: England - How much do you know?
Quiz: England - How much do you know?
England is part of the United Kingdom [UK] and arguably the hub of the British Isles. It is a great tourist venue and there is a great deal of justifiable national pride in its beauty and in its traditions and history. It has varied scenery, from mountains to rolling fields. It has castles, cathe...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 16:15:38
7. Head Shaking in Horses
Head Shaking in Horses
Head shaking (head-shaking or headshaking) is a distressing condition, that generally renders affected horses unrideable. Horses that head shake are suffering quite severe distress; it is not 'bad behaviour'. There was a time, hopefully now outdated but quite recent, when such horses were brutali...
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:05:48
8. Homeopathy for Cats
Homeopathy for Cats
Homeopathy for cats follows similar principles to those of human homeopathy. The principles are the same. The medicines are the same. The methodology is the same. However, animals cannot speak so the homeopathic veterinarian (veterinary surgeon - vet) must use sharpened observational powers and ...
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:04:13
9. Quiz: Holland (The Netherlands)
Quiz: Holland (The Netherlands)
More new questions March 2011!. The Netherlands, commonly but erroneously also called Holland (esp. by English people) is a country in Western Europe, much of which has been reclaimed from the sea. This is the land of windmills, of dykes and polders, of dairy production and of bulbs (the floral ...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:04:14
10. Back Problems in Horses and Ponies
Back Problems in Horses and Ponies
Horses and ponies weren't designed to be ridden. Despite this, they serve the purpose remarkably well and are incredibly willing servants. However, things can go wrong. One of the most common ailments of the ridden horse or pony (and poorly understood) is back pain. In my equine veterinary work...
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 16:15:57
11. How to give Homeopathic Medicines to Dogs, Cats and Horses
How to give Homeopathic Medicines to Dogs, Cats and Horses
I am often asked how to administer homeopathic medicines. This 'how-to' lens is designed to make the possible techniques clear and to highlight special precautions needed when handling and storing the medicines. There are videos and pictures, to illustrate possible methodology. Homeopathic medi...
Healthy Living - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 16:17:19
12. Quiz: Thailand - how well do you know this country?
Quiz: Thailand - how well do you know this country?
Thailand is a land of smiles, a land of treasures, a land of mystery, a land of beaches and a land of culture. It is a popular holiday destination for many European, Australian, New Zealand and American tourists - well any tourists actually! It has prolific industries in the shape of automotive, ...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:05:56
13. Quiz: Italy - how much do you know?
Quiz: Italy - how much do you know?
Are you ready for this? The land of Leonardo, parmigiano, chianti, olives, pasta, gnocchi, zucchini, tomatoes, pizza, mozzarella and other unforgettable foods (no mention of meat here!) is beckoning you to try your hand at an off-beat quiz on various aspects of Italy and stuff Italian. Mountains...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:05:56
14. Quiz: British Royal Family
Quiz: British Royal Family
The British Monarchy is an ancient institution. Its history overlaps closely with that of England, Wales, Scotland, and other European countries. It is also interwoven with the history of the past and present countries of the British Commonwealth, as a relic of the former British Empire. Queen E...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 16:17:19
15. Herbal Medicine for Animals - Veterinary Herbs
Herbal Medicine for Animals - Veterinary Herbs
Herbal medicine or herbalism is a time-honoured practice of natural medicine, that is older than mankind himself. Animals are able, instinctively, to self-medicate with herbs (zoopharmacognosy) and early man would almost certainly have been just as capable, later refining it to the ancient art t...
Healthy Living - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:07:27
16. Acupuncture Channels Mnemonic
Acupuncture Channels Mnemonic
Disconnected names are very difficult ot remember, let alone to put in the correct order or sequence, from memory. That's where the mnemonic comes in. It's a handy and memorable way to guide us to remember both the names and the correct sequence of the acupuncture meridians (channels). All right...
Healthy Living - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 16:13:07
17. Schuessler Tissue Salts for Animals
Schuessler Tissue Salts for Animals
This is a medical modality, applying equally to humans and animals, which is very accessible and very amenable to home use. The medicines are few and are readily available in health shops. They are extremely safe. The system was devised by a German physician named Wilhelm Schuessler (Schssler), ...
Healthy Living - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:07:27
18. Equine Acupuncture Vet
Equine Acupuncture Vet
Horses and ponies respond amazingly well to acupuncture. There are a great many chronic diseases of horses and ponies, which do not respond to conventional drugs at all or are just held in check by drugs, with an ongoing risk of side effects (aka adverse effects). The use of steroid (cortisone, ...
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:05:55
19. Geological Periods Mnemonic
Geological Periods Mnemonic
Well, it can be very confusing to the beginner (or amateur rockologist like me), to see a long list of unfamiliar and complicated names of geological periods, with no obvious way to remember them or their sequence in time. A mnemonic is a simple way of remembering the initials of the names, at l...
Education - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:04:21
20. Quiz: Rivers of England
Quiz: Rivers of England
More new questions March 2011!. England is blessed with many rivers, some obviously of more importance than others. Here we take a look only at major rivers (i.e. no tiddly streams, brooks, becks or creeks!). The rivers of England provide tremendous amenity value and some are important waterways...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:07:30
21. Canine Acupuncture Vet
Canine Acupuncture Vet
The ancient art of acupuncture is alive and well. It is available for dogs. Dogs respond extremely well to acupuncture. There are a great many chronic diseases of dogs, which do not respond to conventional drugs at all or are just held in check by drugs, with an ongoing risk of side effects (aka...
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 16:15:42
22. Quiz: English and British History
Quiz: English and British History
Let's put you to the test (purely voluntary, of course). English history and British history have become so entwined with each other that it seems wrong to try to separate them, hence the 'catchy' title of my lens. We have been an island nation since the outset and, until the advent of air powe...
Education - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:03:20
23. Quiz: Massive British Music Challenge
Quiz: Massive British Music Challenge
Here's a cross-genre (well sort of) collection of questions about British music (mostly but not all modern). It's the fizziest, bizziest, whizziest, dizziest, qizziest quiz of my collection. Do you think you're up to this challenge? Taking the quiz could be an ego trip, a trip down memory lane, a...
Music - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 16:17:22
24. Arthritis in the Dog
Arthritis in the Dog
Is your canine friend affected with arthritis? When this diagnosis is made, it can be a time for 'gloom and doom' but it is better to be positive. Don't give up hope! More often than not, dogs are helped via Natural Medicine (Holistic Medicine - Alternative Medicine). The word 'arthritis' means ...
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:05:59
25. Quiz: Vienna - City of Music
Quiz: Vienna - City of Music
Vienna - the City of Music, so-named because of its strong connections with some top composers of classical music. Here you'll find the Museum of Music (really well worth a visit with some unique, educational and really hilarious interactive stuff). Graceful buildings, massive palaces, opera, ba...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:05:48
26. Epilepsy in Dogs
Epilepsy in Dogs
Alternative Treatments - Canine epilepsy is an extremely distressing condition, both for the animal patient and for the human family but especially the family. When this diagnosis is pronounced by a vet, there is usually great heart-sink, with a very gloomy outlook offered. It is often stated by...
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:07:27
27. Quiz: Gardening Quiz
Quiz: Gardening Quiz
Having your own vegetable patch is a real privilege. If you don't have one, it's well worth considering whether you could make one, have an allotment or just do some 'window box' food growing. Of course, for a vegetarian, it's an extremely natural and pretty necessary activity. You can select th...
Home & Garden - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:03:22
28. Homeopathy for Horses and Ponies
Homeopathy for Horses and Ponies
Veterinary homeopathy offers an alternative and generally more positive outlook for horses and ponies suffering chronic and intractable disease. It is also very capable in the fields of first-aid, injury and acute disease. It is a safe and gentle therapy. Homeopathy for horses and ponies follows...
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 16:15:55
29. Quiz: Germany - Guten Tag
Quiz: Germany - Guten Tag
Germany - let's take a lightning tour of that massive and most hospitable country that sits in the centre of Europe and stretches from Scandinavia and the North Sea to Switzerland and the Alps and from Eastern Europe to France. It is a land of massive waterways, majestic mountains, mediaeval vill...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:03:22

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