Some Techniques For Your Beauty That You Should Know

ESTHETIC DENTISTRY

Dr. Edward Philips, a Toronto dental surgeon who has become an “Esthetician” of the smile, especially when he sees the difference it can make to people’s manner and self-esteem.

A smile, says Dr. Philips, is a science and an art form. The “perfect smile” is one in which the upper edge of the teeth follows the upward curve of the lower lip line. It is also defined by measurements and proportions in relation to the other facial features.

Cosmetic-Dentist [Read more…]

Many Great Reasons To Hunt In This Underrated Safari Destination

As a hunting destination, Uganda isn’t nearly as well-known as other African countries. But it was a prime destination for W.M.D. Bell, Theodore Roosevelt, and dozens of other early hunters who pioneered hunting in Uganda’s spectacular wilds. Easier-to-reach Kenya and Tanzania overshadowed Uganda until the early 1960s when this landlocked country began catching on as a safari destination. Alas, within a decade, political strife drove out the nascent hunting industry. Today, things are again looking up.

hunting uganda [Read more…]

Another View About Elk Hunting

I wounded an elk this past year. I prepared hunting gear, such my best hunting boots and took what should have been a good shot and dubbed it, much like hitting a bad drive off a golf tee. Except this wasn’t an out of bounds, it was a real animal, and I hit him in a place too high and too far back for a quick recovery. I was sick.

Have you had this feeling? I hope you never do. I shot the bull elk in the evening, and by dark, we hadn’t found him. I went to bed without eating because I wasn’t hungry, and I slept only fitfully, waking often, thinking there was something I needed to do. There was. I needed to find that elk. In the morning five of us searched for the bull, looking for a sign, walking quadrants, checking low areas, poking in thick brush, going from water to water, walking interminably.

elk hunting

[Read more…]

Canada Trending Towards A Tourism Boom

Americans’ desire for new and improved travel experiences is contributing to phenomenal hotel growth across the globe. From Asia to Europe, Mexico, the Caribbean and beyond, destinations are experiencing tourism development unlike ever before, with hotel brands and properties taking travel to new heights in terms of local immersion, technology, luxury, variety, inclusions and so much more.

travel [Read more…]

The Prevalence Rate Of Myopia Is Increasing Globally

A substantial body of evidence exists regarding the prevalence of myopia. Although there is a need to exercise caution when making comparisons between studies, some issues are readily identified.

Prevalence rates of myopia vary around the globe, with a significantly higher prevalence existing in Eastern Asia,

Individuals with an Asian ethnic background but who reside elsewhere, have a greater prevalence of myopia than those without an Asian ethnic background, residing in the same location.

Individuals with different ethnic backgrounds, residing in the same location, show differences in the prevalence of myopia, the prevalence of myopia in Eastern Asia and its disparity to levels elsewhere.

myopic-lasik [Read more…]

Know About the Archery Trade Association

To survive, bowhunters need groups with the express mission of securing the future of bowhunting–and the money to carry out that mission. One such group is the ATA, the Archery Trade Association. In the past, you have known this group as the AMO–Archery Manufacturers and Merchants Organization.

This should translate into direct and effective support for archery and bowhunting. Make no mistake, the AMO funded many pro-hunting projects over the years with proceeds from its Save Heritage program and the AMO Archery Trade Show. The change merely reflects a more careful definition of mission and goals.

ata

[Read more…]

Some Advices For Bow Hunters

Certain mechanical heads will still perform fine on deer sized game. I would choose very conservative mechanical heads with an open cutting diameter of 125 inches or less. Any good three-blade head with the same cutting diameter will also work great. If you are really looking for maximum penetration, you should try two-blade, cut-on-contact heads. Because they have fewer blades, they penetrate better. However, in my experience, because the entry and exit holes are slots they can plug easier, reducing the blood trail.

bow

[Read more…]