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2014-02-14 23:04:01

When skin temperature rises, Exert Smart Body Coolant, Exert Co.'s newest release, cools the skin by two to six degrees. (PRWEB) February 14, 2014

2014-02-06 23:02:07

Exert Smart Body Coolant is designed to help keep women cool during a hot flash whether it is before, during, or after menopause. (PRWEB) February 06, 2014

2014-01-28 23:03:08

Exert Co.

2014-01-24 23:02:11

North America has been experiencing an onslaught of brutal winter weather, with massive amounts of snow, ice, and record low temperatures.

Weight Loss Secret - Turn Down The Thermostat!
2014-01-23 04:00:50

While many animals pack on extra pounds as temperatures decrease, new research appearing in Wednesday’s edition of the journal Trends in Endocrinology & Metabolism suggests that people looking to lose weight could benefit from regular exposure to the cold.

Biorhythm Of Brown Fat Has Implications For Combating Obesity, Associated Diabetes And Heart Disease
2013-10-28 10:24:36

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine For nearly 300 years, investigators have known that body temperature follows a circadian, or 24-hour, rhythm, with a peak during the day and a low at night. The benefit of this control during evolution may have been to allow conservation of energy while sleeping because keeping body temperature above the surrounding temperature requires heat production from metabolic processes inside the body. But, it is also critical to be able to adapt to...

2013-10-24 23:29:52

MTRE Advanced Technologies® announced today the signing of a distribution agreement for MTRE products – Cooling systems - in Japan, with Nihon Kohden, thus providing a total, integrated

2013-09-18 15:43:41

Saving energy is important for humans and animals alike when resources are limited.

2013-08-29 23:04:09

Hyberfit seeks to improve the way people sleep with its newly designed cool pillow, the PolarPillow.


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  • One of a pair of round metal cymbals attached to the fingers and struck together for rhythm and percussion in belly dancing.
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