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Sewage Damage – The Health Risks it Poses to People

When we hear of the term sewage, we really have a very clear idea of what it looks like. We know what sewage is and where it comes from. We are so grossed just having to think that it came from our bodies’ excretory system, but then, despite its gross nature, we are still being careless in terms of its ...

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Production and Productivity – Factors Affecting Productivity

Production: Production refers to the volume value or quantity of goods and services produced during a given period by a worker plant firm or economy. It is the sum total of results achieved by the various factors used together. Productivity: Productivity is not concerned with the volume of production. It is the ratio of output and input factors of an ...

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Rabbits – Small Animals, Big Adaptations

Rabbits are mammals often used as pets by us. They look cute and the little children love playing with them. Rabbits belong to the class Mammalia and order Lagomorpha with family Leporidae. They are cosmopolitan in distribution. Seven genera within the family Leporidae are generally classified as rabbits. Rabbits are basically herbivorous animals and prefer to live in meadow, woods, ...

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Humus – Organic Soil and the Ecosystem

A healthy soil is one that is rich in nutrients and life, it is the building block of any organic garden. Soil is complex and a delicate ecosystem all in its own. A complex community of organisms, that convert a large variety of inactive organic materials into the essential nutrients plants need to thrive. Chemical fertilisers can destroy these organisms ...

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Harmful Bacteria

Even though bacteria are generally beneficial to man and ecosystem in general, it’s an undeniable fact that there are some that do the opposite. These are harmful bacteria and cause many ailments as well as diseases. They are also referred to as pathogens. They attack human beings, plants and animals causing diseases such as anthrax, toothaches, pneumonia, tonsillitis e.t.c. There ...

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How You Can Recover From The Bad Effects Of Over Masturbation

Before entering in a certain relationship or before reaching adulthood stage, most of teenagers are passing by in this kind of experience which is masturbation. They believe that through this they might be gaining self development or improvements in sex. In some other views in life, masturbation is merely called “self love” or “solo-sex”. Then in the end it became ...

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Four Major Forces Creating Change in Organizations Today – Skills That Leaders Need

Globalization, technological changes, knowledge management and cross boundaries collaboration are four factors that are major forces creating change in organizations today. These changes affect decision-making as organizations are forced to recognize that they need leaders who are innovative, creative visionaries who understand the various environments that their organizations are operating in, and are able to differentiate between these different environments. ...

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Skin Pigmentation – How to Brighten, Lighten and Even the Skin Tone Using Natural Biotics

Skin Pigmentation and Ethnic Skin Whether it’s hyperpigmentation, blotchiness, unwanted freckles, lentigenes (also known as age or liver spots) or hormone induced melasma, pigmentation disorders plague all age groups and skin types. However, ethnic skin types are even more susceptible to pigment disorders. In fact, studies have shown skin discoloration and pigmentation disorders are one of the most common dermatological ...

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Environmental Issues Effected by Hazardous Waste

It’s a secret to no one that hazardous wastes can become a huge problem if not dealt with correctly. By definition, hazardous wastes pose a substantial or potential threat to public health or the environment. In this way, environmental issues effected by hazardous waste are intrinsically linked to professional and expert management of the waste. This article is going to ...

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