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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Can Cellphones Really Cause Brain Tumors?

Cellphones are basically two way radios. When you speak, they convert your voice into radio frequency ( RF ) energy. Radio Frequency which travel to the person being called. Right now, it is not clear what occasional exposure to radio frequency over time can do the body, those studies are just getting started. Research so far has shown that 22 hours a day exposure to radio frequency radiation heats up the body tissue, which can lead to fatigue, reduced concentration and cataracts. But most people don't spend almost entire day on a cellphone. And evidence indicates there is no increase risk of cancer from cellphones. If you are worried, using a headset or speaker phone will minimize any potential risk, since the antenna area is where most phones emit radiation.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Free Computer Fix

If your computer is running slower than usual, your computer may have a virus or spyware-software that sneaks on to your system when you're online to secretly gather information about your surfing habits for advertisers. Here's is an idea how to keep it safe.

* Get free check-up - there's website out there that serve this kind of problem like www.pcpitstop.com. You can sign up and click on battery of test. The site checks for performance problems, viruses and security risks and most cases, it can fix them too.

* Build a firewall - This software prevents others from gathering information about you, like the sites you usually visit and your internet shopping habits.

* Become invisible - since you're invisible while using it, your computer is shielded from sites that plant spyware onto it.

* Stop spyware in its tracks - stop spyware from changing your homepage or adding a new toolbar to the top of your browser by downloading the search and destroy software.

* Throw out the trash - for software that will find and remove any useless and unused files, as well as the history of your online activity information spyware thrives on.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

An $8000.00 Tax Credit Could Be Yours


Are you a home owner without a home? Did you sell your home over three years ago and now are looking to invest into a home again? Well if this sounds like you then you should take the time to read more. If you act right now it could be your time to receive up to an $8,000 tax credit. This is good for first time home buyers or home buyers who have not owned a home in the last three years. If you already own a home and have lived in the home consecutively for the last five of the past eight years, you could receive up to a $6500.00 tax credit. Now this does not sound bad to me. To take advantage of this tax credit you must have a binding contract by April 30, 2010 and close by June 30, 2010. Income limits do apply, but have been raised to $125,000.00 for singles and $225,000.00 for married couples with a phase out of $20,000.00 credit for both. If you meet these requirements you should hurry. There have already been an estimated two million people who have received this tax credit. For more information take a look at the video then hurry and take advantage today.

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