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Impacted Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are the third molars at the very back of the mouth, which often do not have enough space for natural growth or emergence. Wisdom teeth are the last adult teeth to come into the mouth (erupt). Most people have four wisdom teeth at the back of the mouth: two at the top, two at the bottom.14:32 Thu 02nd Jul 2020

Mistakes to Avoid when Buying a Used Car

Buying a used car can be a wise investment when a replacement vehicle is needed. You will get the best bang for money with a used car. A used car, however, often has complications due to daily wear and tear, hence, it's important to avoid making costly mistakes when shopping for a used car. 15:51 Mon 08th Jun 2020

Off-site Self-Storage Containers vs Portable Containers – Which is Best for You

Whether you are downsizing your living room or dealing with a cluttered house, the use of a storage service will help you handle the mountain of items you intend to keep, but want out of sight.11:10 Tue 26th May 2020

Ping Pong Vs. Pool Table: Which Should You Pick

Ah, yes. Two basement classics. But what do you do if you only have the budget for one and not both 10:54 Tue 19th May 2020

Do you have a sex-positive relationship

Continued research has shown that the best way to live and enjoy life is to do it with a positive mentality when it comes to all things, including your sexuality. 10:42 Tue 19th May 2020

6 Healthcare Fields That Project to Grow in 2020

With a global pandemic in full swing, all eyes are on the healthcare industry and its many sectors. Never has there been more unanimous a call of “What next ” trained on an industry that clearly holds the keys to much of our well-being, from quality-of-life concerns to emergency preparedness to the very heart of global economies.10:33 Tue 19th May 2020

Coronavirus life insurance – what you need to know

By the last week in March, more than 400,000 people around the world had contracted the coronavirus, with more than 16,000 deaths. As governments take draconian measures to try and stop the spread of the virus, it's natural to wonder if your insurance will protect you during this once in a generation event.10:50 Thu 26th Mar 2020

Advice You Should Consider When It Comes to Running a Business

Are you running a business but could use some advice Find out some of the advice that you should consider here in this article.15:19 Wed 11th Mar 2020

High-Quality Renovations at a Low Cost – How to Do It

Renovating your home can eat up a budget. If you have a taste for the finer things, you might not want to spend a lot of money trying to decorate and furnish your home.11:02 Thu 28th Nov 2019

4 Simple Cost-Reduction Strategies for Your Small Business

In a less-than predictable economy, the ability of a company to carefully manage its monetary resources makes all the difference between achieving the desired success or taking a financial loss. 11:49 Thu 12th Sep 2019

Bathtub Wars: Freestanding vs. Built-In

Should you buy a freestanding or built-in bathtub09:57 Wed 14th Aug 2019

Strategies to Get Your Kid to Open Up

This is a guest article provded by Sam Evans. Sam Evans is the Marketing Manager at MovingBabies, a leading online resource for parents specialising in the areas of infant and childcare. The site offers reviews and buying guides to help their clients make the process of parenthood more accessible. Find them on Facebook...12:45 Fri 22nd Jun 2018

Category C and Category D Registered Cars

What are category C and category D registered cars Insurance companies use five categories to describe cars which have suffered damage due to accidents. The five categories are A, B, C, D and F. A-D categories are on a scale, with category A being the most damage and D being the least serious. Category F relates to fir...10:30 Thu 03rd Oct 2013

Wine Of The Week Round-Up 2011

We've had superb regular threads running this year such as the Onwards & Downwards Club, The Quzzies & Puzzles Round Up and, of course, the Wine of the Week thread.Hosted by No Mercy this thread offers a chance for oenophiles, bacchi and those who just fancy a glass every now and again to come together. The thr...09:45 Tue 13th Dec 2011

Kindle E-reader Questions

Welcome to The AnswerBank's Kindle Question Round-up. Here we've pulled together a selection of the most common questions and queries about the Kindle (and other E-readers!). "I'm Not Convinced a Kindle or E-reader is For Me": A discussion on the utility and usability of the Kindle. Some are unsure as to why they ...09:45 Tue 13th Dec 2011

The AnswerBank's Tree of Knowledge!

Thanks for clicking on The AnswerBank's tree of knowledge!They say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, but sometimes, when you get to my age, you feel more like the tree than the apple. And when you're dealing with a tree of knowledge you don't want to lose your apples (or is that marbles I forget). To th...10:00 Tue 18th Oct 2011

How To Upgrade Your Internet Browser

 Internet Browsers are getting better and better. Increasingly they're fast, flexible and secure  portals to the wonders of the internet. With such progress we eventually have to say goodbye to other version of browsers. These older browsers were from a time when the current web just couldn't be imagined and ...10:45 Tue 13th Sep 2011

The AnswerBank and Facebook Introduction, FAQ & Staying Safe Guide

AnswerBank users can now log into The AnswerBank with their Facebook accounts should they wish to. For those who aren't already a member of The AnswerBank can now validate their account by signing in with Facebook - although you still need to register with The AnswerBank of course!We understand there may be a lot of qu...17:00 Thu 05th May 2011

Where were you on Census night

It's that time of decade again, the National Census, data collecting on a grand scale.  Where will you be Where were you last time What will be different In a hundred and one years time, your descendants will have access to the 2011 census, they will have probably already found you on earlier returns, they will...15:15 Mon 28th Feb 2011

Who is Julian Assange

The name Julian Assange has cropped up a number of times in recent months. Revealed as the head honcho behind the whistleblower-website "Wikileaks", the media attention surrounding this man has hit astronomical heights, but who is he Julian Assange was born in Queensland, Australia on the 3rd July 1971. In recent years...13:30 Thu 24th Feb 2011

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