• Leg cramp while on the Pill?

    I've also had leg cramp problems and, after some searching, have found relief in a product called "Cramp-Stop". It seems to work instantly to relieve the cramp during an episode, but I don't know whether it would be a long-term solution or not. It has just recently become available in North America from Moose Creek Provisioners... show more
    I've also had leg cramp problems and, after some searching, have found relief in a product called "Cramp-Stop". It seems to work instantly to relieve the cramp during an episode, but I don't know whether it would be a long-term solution or not. It has just recently become available in North America from Moose Creek Provisioners and can be ordered online. I know that a lot of athletes use it.
    3 answers · Women's Health · 8 years ago
  • Any help for leg cramps?

    I too have had problems with leg cramps off and on over the years. I finally found something that works -- especially at night. It's a product called "Cramp-Stop" and can be ordered online from Moose Creek Provisioners.
    I too have had problems with leg cramps off and on over the years. I finally found something that works -- especially at night. It's a product called "Cramp-Stop" and can be ordered online from Moose Creek Provisioners.
    4 answers · Pain & Pain Management · 8 years ago
  • What causes leg cramps and how to prevent them?

    I had a similar problem - very vexing. I finally found something called "Cramp-Stop" that really works, at least for me. I don't think it is available in drug stores, but is available online.
    I had a similar problem - very vexing. I finally found something called "Cramp-Stop" that really works, at least for me. I don't think it is available in drug stores, but is available online.
    15 answers · Pain & Pain Management · 8 years ago
  • Which religion came first?

    Best answer: Hinduism is generally considered to be the oldest religion still being practiced today. This ancient religion was born when the Aryan peoples migrated to Northern India and first put their religious tradition into writing. The texts they created are the Vedas, which were written around 1,500 B.C.E. (before common era) and have greatly... show more
    Best answer: Hinduism is generally considered to be the oldest religion still being practiced today. This ancient religion was born when the Aryan peoples migrated to Northern India and first put their religious tradition into writing. The texts they created are the Vedas, which were written around 1,500 B.C.E. (before common era) and have greatly influenced Indian culture ever since. Several other religions are almost as old as Hinduism. Judaism traces its roots back to the patriarch Abraham, who lived around 1,800 B.C.E. While the Jewish people are descended from Abraham, it was Moses who first recorded the Torah, the Jewish holy text, in 1,400 B.C.E. Most sources consider the date of the Torah as the beginning of Judaism. Zoroastrianism is sometimes called the world's oldest prophetic religion. It's certainly one of the earliest religions founded by one person. Scholars are not certain when the founding prophet Zarathustra actually lived. Some believe Zarathustra lived in the 6th century B.C.E., while others trace his writings to the 14th or 13th centuries B.C.E. India has been a veritable cradle for world religions -- in addition to Hinduism, both Jainism and Buddhism originated in India. The first of Jainism's sacred lords, called a Tirthankara, lived in the 8th century B.C.E. The last of these lords was Mahavir, who lived in the 5th century B.C.E. and was a key figure in spreading the religion. The philosophical teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, known as the Buddha, spread around Asia after his death in 483 B.C.E. Oddly enough, the two religions that dominate the world today are relative newcomers to the spiritual scene. Christianity began with the teachings of Jesus Christ around 30 C.E., and Islam started in 610 C.E. with the prophet Muhammad's revelation.
    12 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 decade ago
  • Does anyone know of a store in Kalamazoo, Michigan where I can find a galileo thermometer?

    I couldn't find a store in Kalamazoo that sells them, but you can purchase them online and have it shipped to you. Here's one site that sells them: http://www.e-corporategifts.com/galileo2...
    I couldn't find a store in Kalamazoo that sells them, but you can purchase them online and have it shipped to you. Here's one site that sells them: http://www.e-corporategifts.com/galileo2...
    2 answers · Weather · 1 decade ago
  • Is the hippo still the #1 human killer?

    Best answer: Hippos have a reputation for killing more people than any other animal in Africa. IOn a lifestyle program on television not that long ago, the presenter and his crew took off along a river in Africa with two tour guides in canoe like boats. Part way through the trip they came upon a hippo grazing in the grass along side the river.... show more
    Best answer: Hippos have a reputation for killing more people than any other animal in Africa. IOn a lifestyle program on television not that long ago, the presenter and his crew took off along a river in Africa with two tour guides in canoe like boats. Part way through the trip they came upon a hippo grazing in the grass along side the river. Immediately the two guides stop paddling their oars in order not to scare the animal, and the presenter was told to speak in hushed tones so as not to provoke the seemingly docile animal. All seemed to be going well as the boats were just drifting past when for no real reason the animal lifted its head and started to charge towards the boats. After a few minutes of combat with the guides splashing their oars in the water in an effort to scare the animal away, it was all over. The hippo stopped charging and relaxed back into chewing his grass. These people were extremely lucky. Once a Hippo begins to charge a person or even another animal, they vary rarely stop. In fact most people that are killed by Hippo's are taken while traveling on rivers, and the animals come up from beneath the boats, tip the people out and then kill them with their gigantic teeth. When you realize that a hippopotamus can have canine teeth that grow up to 30 cm in length, it's not hard to see why there is not much chance of survival if a hippo has hold of you. Whether in captivity or in the wild it just goes to prove that the Hippopotamus is an extremely dangerous animal, and one to be treated with extreme caution.
    4 answers · Zoology · 1 decade ago
  • What is the legal age to drink in Portugal.?

    There is no legal age limit for drinking in Portugal. See the following web site for the source of this information: http://www2.potsdam.edu/hansondj/LegalDr...
    There is no legal age limit for drinking in Portugal. See the following web site for the source of this information: http://www2.potsdam.edu/hansondj/LegalDr...
    9 answers · Portugal · 1 decade ago
  • Is there a place in Indonesia called Bontak or pontok ( Green mountain ) area in Jakarta ?

    Best answer: Pontok You can locate it on a map at this site: http://www.tageo.com/index-e-id-v-06-d-9058334.htm Coordinates: Geographical coordinates in decimal degrees (WGS84) Latitude : -6.527 Longitude : 106.558 Geographical coordinates in degrees minutes seconds (WGS84) Latitude : -6 31' 39'' Longitude : 106 33'... show more
    Best answer: Pontok You can locate it on a map at this site: http://www.tageo.com/index-e-id-v-06-d-9... Coordinates: Geographical coordinates in decimal degrees (WGS84) Latitude : -6.527 Longitude : 106.558 Geographical coordinates in degrees minutes seconds (WGS84) Latitude : -6 31' 39'' Longitude : 106 33' 30'' Places near Pontok Bolang - Cigudeg - Cikasungka - Cikawung - Cilangkap - Ciparahu - Kalong - Pabuwaran 6 - Panunggangan - Pasirnangka - Penyawungan - Raganis - Sadeng 1 -
    1 answer · Other - Asia Pacific · 1 decade ago
  • I want to know about marine collges in tamil nadu?

    Best answer: Annamalai University Centre for Advanced Study in Marine Biology Parangipettai - 608 502 Tamil Nadu Fax: 91-4144-83555 Indian Institute of Technology Ocean Engineering Centre Chennai - 600 036 Tamil Nadu Fax: 91 - 44 - 235 0509 Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Fisheries College & Research... show more
    Best answer: Annamalai University Centre for Advanced Study in Marine Biology Parangipettai - 608 502 Tamil Nadu Fax: 91-4144-83555 Indian Institute of Technology Ocean Engineering Centre Chennai - 600 036 Tamil Nadu Fax: 91 - 44 - 235 0509 Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Fisheries College & Research Institute Tuticorin - 628 008 Tamil Nadu Fax: 91 - 461 - 340 574 http://www.tanuvas.com/ International Marine Communication Centre, 134/3 R.H. Road, near Luz Corner, Mylapore, Chennai 600004, (Tamil Nadu) Coimbatore Marine College Address 296 Pol Main Road, Myleriplyam Coimbatore - 641032 Tamil Nadu Telephone No. : 2611123 Email Id. : cmcmarine@vsnl.net Ajmalkhan, S. School of Marine Sciences Cochin University of Science & Technology Cochin 682 016, India
    3 answers · Geography · 1 decade ago
  • CITROEN XANTIA 1.8 OWNERS MANUAL - lost!!!!!?

    You should be able to find a manual at the site below: http://world.citroen1.info/index.htm
    You should be able to find a manual at the site below: http://world.citroen1.info/index.htm
    3 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 1 decade ago
  • List of recognized physiotherapy colleges in india.?

    Best answer: There are hundreds, maybe even thousands of physiotherapy colleges in India -- too many to list here. But, you can find a comprehensive list at this web site: http://www.winentrance.com/Physiotherapy... Good luck!
    Best answer: There are hundreds, maybe even thousands of physiotherapy colleges in India -- too many to list here. But, you can find a comprehensive list at this web site: http://www.winentrance.com/Physiotherapy... Good luck!
    2 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 1 decade ago
  • How do i store bigonia's over the winter months?

    Best answer: Tuberous Begonia -- Winter Storage Dig tubers before frost. Roots may rot and decompose if soil temperature goes below freezing. Cut tops back to within a couple inches of the tubers. Dry in a warm location for 2 to 3 weeks. Check tubers carefully and discard any diseased or damaged ones. Store tubers in cardboard boxes between... show more
    Best answer: Tuberous Begonia -- Winter Storage Dig tubers before frost. Roots may rot and decompose if soil temperature goes below freezing. Cut tops back to within a couple inches of the tubers. Dry in a warm location for 2 to 3 weeks. Check tubers carefully and discard any diseased or damaged ones. Store tubers in cardboard boxes between layers of vermiculite, peat moss, sawdust or wood shavings. Place a 2 to 3 inch layer of material in the box and then a layer of the tuberous begonias. Cover lightly with material and continue to layer. Store in a 45 to 55 degree F location. Check tubers throughout the winter. If shriveling occurs, moisten packing material lightly with water. If roots appear to be rooting or rotting, move to a drier location temporarily; watch humidity levels and improve air circulation. ====================== Source: Yard and Garden Solutions
    3 answers · Other - Home & Garden · 1 decade ago
  • What kind of bug is this? I saw it in el salvador?

    Best answer: It is hard to answer the question without seeing it, however, you can try to identify it by searching the web. Here is a good place to start: http://www.insects.org/ Good luck!
    Best answer: It is hard to answer the question without seeing it, however, you can try to identify it by searching the web. Here is a good place to start: http://www.insects.org/ Good luck!
    3 answers · Zoology · 1 decade ago
  • How far is it from nevis to jamaica?

    Best answer: distance: In meters: 1617449.5 m In kilometers: 1617.4 km In miles: 1010.9 mi Coordinates: 1. Kingston, Jamaica longitude: -77.800000, latitude: 17.966000 2. Nevis longitude: -62.580000, latitude: 17.150000
    Best answer: distance: In meters: 1617449.5 m In kilometers: 1617.4 km In miles: 1010.9 mi Coordinates: 1. Kingston, Jamaica longitude: -77.800000, latitude: 17.966000 2. Nevis longitude: -62.580000, latitude: 17.150000
    3 answers · Geography · 1 decade ago
  • Where is the best site to buy bapes?

    Everything you'll ever need to know about Bapes, including how and where to buy them, is here: http://shoes.about.com/od/designersmanuf... Glad to be of service!
    Everything you'll ever need to know about Bapes, including how and where to buy them, is here: http://shoes.about.com/od/designersmanuf... Glad to be of service!
    5 answers · Fashion & Accessories · 1 decade ago
  • What is the name and address of the Canadian govermental program that sent Mowat to the arctic?

    Best answer: Canadian Wildlife Service Environment Canada Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H3 Telephone: (819) 997-2800 or 1 800 668-6767 Fax: (819) 994-1412 E-mail: enviroinfo@ec.gc.ca Web: http://www.cws-scf.ec.gc.ca
    Best answer: Canadian Wildlife Service Environment Canada Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H3 Telephone: (819) 997-2800 or 1 800 668-6767 Fax: (819) 994-1412 E-mail: enviroinfo@ec.gc.ca Web: http://www.cws-scf.ec.gc.ca
    1 answer · Ottawa · 1 decade ago
  • What is locking ankle in soccer ?

    Best answer: Volley To kick the ball while it is still in the air. If kicked in front with the "laces", it is called a "volley" or "instep volley"; if the ball is to one side it is called a "side volley"; if the inside of the foot is used it is an "inside-of-foot volley" (this might be used close to... show more
    Best answer: Volley To kick the ball while it is still in the air. If kicked in front with the "laces", it is called a "volley" or "instep volley"; if the ball is to one side it is called a "side volley"; if the inside of the foot is used it is an "inside-of-foot volley" (this might be used close to goal or for a short pass). A player should lock his ankle when volleying so the foot is firm. On a front volley, proper technique is to bring the foot to the height of the ball by raising the knee (so the portion of the leg between the knee & the ankle is vertical); the technique is different from a regular kick. (See "Half-Volley"). More at: http://www.soccerhelp.com/Soccer_Tips_Di...
    1 answer · Other - Soccer · 1 decade ago
  • What is the myth of Mithra and the Bull?

    Mithraism was a mystery religion present in the Roman world. It is uncertain when it began; some say in the 1st century BC[1], some in the 1st century AD to the 5th century AD. It was centered around worship of the god Mithras. Only limited information about Mithras has come down to us, and scholars disagree on how it should be interpreted.... show more
    Mithraism was a mystery religion present in the Roman world. It is uncertain when it began; some say in the 1st century BC[1], some in the 1st century AD to the 5th century AD. It was centered around worship of the god Mithras. Only limited information about Mithras has come down to us, and scholars disagree on how it should be interpreted. It was believed to have had a Persian origin, but whether this is really so is disputed: see Mithra. It is most famous for suggestions in ancient and modern times that it was a rival of or resembled Christianity. Mithraism apparently originated in the Eastern part of today's Iran around the 7th century BC [citation needed]. It was practiced in the Roman Empire since the first century BC, and reached its apogee around the third through fourth centuries AD, when it was very popular among the Roman soldiers. Mithraism disappeared after the Theodosian decree of AD 391 banned all pagan rites. In every Mithraic temple, the place of honor was occupied by a representation of Mithras killing a sacred bull, called a tauroctony., possibly a symbolic representation of the constellations rather than an animal sacrifice scene. Mithras is associated with Perseus, whose constellation is above that of the bull.
    4 answers · Mythology & Folklore · 1 decade ago
  • Banbridge Northern Ireland?

    Best answer: Belmont Hotel Banbridge Rathfriland Road - Banbridge BT32 3LH - Northern Ireland - United Kingdom Star Rating: 1 Phone: (0 8)40662517 Fax: (0 8)40662517 ====================== Banville House Hotel Banbridge 174 Lurgan Rd - Banbridge BT32 4NR - Northern Ireland - United Kingdom Star Rating: 2 No. of Rooms: 20... show more
    Best answer: Belmont Hotel Banbridge Rathfriland Road - Banbridge BT32 3LH - Northern Ireland - United Kingdom Star Rating: 1 Phone: (0 8)40662517 Fax: (0 8)40662517 ====================== Banville House Hotel Banbridge 174 Lurgan Rd - Banbridge BT32 4NR - Northern Ireland - United Kingdom Star Rating: 2 No. of Rooms: 20 Phone: (0 8)40628884 Fax: (0 8)40627077
    1 answer · Belfast · 1 decade ago
  • Stethoscope Auscultation?

    Here are some helpful sites: =========================== Sites which have auscultation sound files: http://www.crnasomeday.com/Auscultation.htm http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/vlabs/cardiology/content/dtg/ausc/ausc.html (Click the sound wave images to hear them) ======================= Some Littmann stethoscope models come with... show more
    Here are some helpful sites: =========================== Sites which have auscultation sound files: http://www.crnasomeday.com/Auscultation.... http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/vlabs... (Click the sound wave images to hear them) ======================= Some Littmann stethoscope models come with auscultation sound software. Information is at: http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/3M/en... ======================== Sites which reference auscultation cd's http://www.lww.com/product/?978-0-7817-2382-4 http://www.edu-technology.com/caaucd.html http://www.osl.u-net.com/m382.htm =========================== Trust this helps.
    4 answers · Medicine · 1 decade ago