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  • 1). Types of Roofs  By : James C
    Has it come time to replace that old roof? If it is, you have a choice to make. You can go with a boring old shingle roof or you could upgrade to a more durable or more attractive roof. Lets discuss your options. One popular choice for roof upgrades is slate. Slate makes for a very attractive roof that also offers excellent fire protection and a long life.
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  • 4). Do You Know Someone Suffering From PHN?  By : Dr. Boyce Berkel, MD
    Most of us are familiar with Shingles, the painful and intense illness people sometimes call "the adult version of Chicken Pox." What is lesser known is that of the 800,000 Americans who develop Shingles this year, 20% will go on to experience Post Herpetic Neuralgia or PHN. PHN is often a long-term illness that can cause extreme pain and sensitivity for years.
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  • 6). Shingles Overview  By : Nicky Pilkington
    No matter how you look at it, a case of shingles is not a pleasant experience. Every case of shingles begins and ends unpleasantly. Shingles first surfaces as an intense pain or other unpleasant sensation. This sensation usually occurs in a large band along one side of the body, but can also present itself on the face or extremities of the body.
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  • 7). The Benefits of Asphalt Shingles  By : Jessica Deets
    Asphalt shingles are durable, efficient, and economic, and add value to your home. With dozens of colors, textures, and styles, there are even asphalt shingles that look like cedar, tiles, or slate. With so much variety, your roof can be as unique as your imagination. Changing the style of your shingles can make your house a one-of-a-kind in your neighborhood.
    Article Related to: asphalt, shingles, home improvement

  • 8). What To Do If Your Child Has Chicken Pox  By : Gary Ruplinger
    Chicken pox is a common affliction that affects people of all ages but is most commonly seen in children. The symptoms of chicken pox are red bumps on the body that turn into blisters and that increase in quantity over several days. The bumps may look like insect bites or a rash and is often difficult to diagnose the first few days. Often, it is accompanied by a fever.
    Article Related to: chicken pox, shingles

  • 9). Shingles and Antibiotics  By : Nicky Pilkington
    Thanks to many of the advances in modern science and medicine, researchers have developed antibiotics which significantly help people suffering from a case of shingles. Although there are a variety of antibiotics that may be prescribed by a doctor to someone suffering from shingles, they all perform the same basic functions.
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  • 11). Roofing As An Occupation  By : Herbert Sanchez
    Roofing and shingles is a process whereby tiles are laid partially overlapping in an ascending manner up and along rooftops. This is done as much for style as it is for structural and architectural soundness. Roofing and shingles is a particular occupation that specializes in roof repair and coverings. This job entails making sure that roofs are attractive as well as providing protection from the elements and increment weather.
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  • 13). Roofing Q&A: New Roof And Re-Roofing Answers  By : Rae Fakner
    * How do I know if I need a new roof? The roof should always be checked. You should keep tabs of its state. The following are signs that you may need a new roof. ∑ Your roof is between twenty and twenty five years old. ∑ The shingles are excessively cracking, curling, or they are blistering. ∑ There are many shingles that are missing and/are torn or damaged.
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