Petroleum Jelly – Facts Not Fiction

Myth: Petroleum jelly (Vaseline) used in hair and skin products is a dangerous chemical byproduct of petroleum or gasoline. Fact: Refined USP Petroleum jelly is not the same as the “Petrolatum” defined by the Chemical Abstract System (CAS) definition found in the EPA Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Inventory. This CAS number (8009-03-8) applies to…

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Computer Viruses and How to Deal With Them

1- What is a computer virus: A computer virus is a software program which is able to replicate itself and spread from one infected computer to another. The infected objects can be system, program or document files. After infecting your computer, it might slow it down, damage the contents of the infected files, mislay the…

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Plastic Cups

Plastic has offered the world a material that can be experimented with without much effort and time. Plastic is a material that has high viscosity and when hardened shows metallic properties. Plastic can be molded in to any form in order to achieve a durable and lightweight product. Plastic cups are a common sight for…

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Career Opportunities in Picture Making

Picture making is one of the prestigious branches of visual arts. There are countless career or job avenues that are readily available in the field of picture making. All these career opportunities provide numerous financial gains that can help learners cater for themselves and their families. Some of these wonderful job prospects have been discussed…

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