The seven best WordPress plugins for your blog

Many bloggers are using WordPress and for good reason. It is the most popular blogging software in use today and one of the main reasons is the ability to add functionality through the use of plugins. Plugins can turn your regular blog into a high-powered online tool capable of driving traffic and profit to your site. Consider using the best […]

Federal Rules to Promote Green Cars

Stronger federal rules will promote vehicles that will be 40% more fuel efficient by 2016. These national standards will bring the US in line with other countries that are already making fuel efficient cars. Starting in 2012, automakers will have achieved fuel efficiency for their products that ranges from 37.8 mpg for passenger cars to 28.8 mpg for pickup trucks, […]

Gulf War Syndrome: Washington’s Dirty Little Secret

In November 2008, the Gulf War Veterans’ Disease Committee submitted a 450-page report to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, James Peake. The report indicated that Gulf War Syndrome (GWS), previously ruled out as a psychosomatic disorder, is a very real illness that affects between 25 and 50% of the 700,000 American veterans who participated in the 1991 Gulf War. . […]

How to get started with homeschooling

You may be considering homeschooling for one reason or another. Children often face overcrowded classrooms and dangers such as drugs and violence in public schools. Many parents believe that they have the right to decide what their children should learn, and homeschooling allows them to have this control. However, homeschooling is an important decision that requires you to be well […]

Heavy Metal Mercury Poisoning: Chelation and the Link to Autism: Asperger’s and ADHD

Similarities of Mercury Poisoning and Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, and Sensory Integration Dysfunction Mercury poisoning is believed to be one of the leading biomedical causes of autism, attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity, ADHD, Asperger’s syndrome, sensory integration dysfunction, and PDD pervasive developmental disorder. Mercury can affect the body in a variety of areas, including speech and motor processing, cognitive and social […]

Holland dwarf rabbit – Food and housing

The Netherland Dwarf is the smallest of the 45 breeds recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association, weighing only 2 pounds when fully grown. Feeding The digestive system of a Dutch dwarf is sensitive, even by rabbit standards. A constant supply of fresh water is essential; rabbits cannot absorb water from their food. A gravity water bottle attached to the […]