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Help for the Fear of Flying
Category : Health
If the idea of boarding an airplane causes you fear or anxiety, you're not alone. Though few studies exist, many self-help organizations site a Boeing report from 1980 indicating that 30 percent of Americans are fearful of flying. Taking a sedative is one way to avoid coping with panic, but this could actually backfire---tragically. In a 2007 report, The World Health Organization (WHO) indicated t

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How to Get Rid of Flying Bugs
Category : Home & Garden
Flying insects can be a nuisance. They can be harder to kill than slow-moving bugs like ants, and they may contaminate food or similar items that are left unsealed. Some insects may even transmit diseases---for example, mosquitoes may carry the West Nile virus. In some countries mosquitoes can even infect people with malaria and yellow fever, and for those who are allergic to bee stings, bees are

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What You Can Take Into Canada When Flying
Category : Travel
After 9/11, everything in the world of airport security changed. Rules and regulations fluctuate with public suspicion and fear. Below are the current rules and regulations enforced by Canadian Transport regarding what you may and may not bring aboard a plane. Food, Liquids, Gels, AerosolsYou may bring only as much as 100 ml/grams of any liquids, gels or aerosols in carry-on luggage. These item

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How to Get Rid of Flying Insects
Category : Home & Garden
Flying insects are a nuisance to everyone and can be difficult to avoid. When they come into your home, there is virtually no escape. To get rid of them, you need to make the environment inhospitable for the insects. Bugs such as mosquitoes, gnats, fruit flies and dragonflies are all attracted to standing water, rotting food and places with moist substances and growing bacteria. If you are consist

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Flying with Grandchildren
Category : Relationships & Family
If you haven't flown with small children recently, flying with your grandchildren may bring a few surprises. If you flew with children years ago, when flight attendants catered to children, today's cabin atmosphere may come as a bit of a shock. With more people with children flying, flight attendants don't have time to lavish the attention they once did on kids, so don't expect much help. Taking s

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How to Get Over the Fear of Flying
Category : Health
According to Arnold Barnett, a statistical expert in the field of flight safety, your chances of being in a fatal plane accident are one in every 19,000 years. However, more than 30 million Americans have some form of fear towards flying. This has become especially true after the September 11th terrorist attacks. However, there are a few ways to get over your fear of flying.Difficulty:Moderately C

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Feeding a Cat Before Flying
Category : Pets
After making your airline reservation for your cat, you need to prepare it for its flight. Obtain an airline-approved carrier for your pet to travel in, with accessible food and water dishes. Depending on how your cat will fly, either via cargo or with you in-cabin, feed it according to airline regulations before the flight. Keep in mind that a cat can only wait to relieve itself for seven to eigh

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How to Rig a Flying Gaff
Category : Sports & Fitness
A flying gaff is used by the "gaffer" on deep-sea fishing excursions. This tool consists of a long metal-handle with a sharp and barbed hook on the end. As a large sportfish is brought in close to the boat -- via the fight and retrieve of the angler -- the gaffer hits the fish with the gaff hook. The fish is snagged, lifted from the water and brought on the boat. Correctly rigging the flying gaff

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How to Make a Flying Pig
Category : Arts & Entertainment
Learn how to create a sculpture by making a flying pig through papier-mache. Adding wings to the pig is a way to go beyond the basic piggy banks most often created. Most material used for papier-mache can be found around the house, like old newspapers and cardboard. The project will take a few days to complete so be sure and have a set it up in a nonbusy area. A card table works well since you are

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What Is a Flying Squirrel?
Category : Pets
Flying squirrels are furry rodents found in the wild as well as in households as pets. They have characteristics similar to the tree squirrel except for their most noticeable feature, flaps of skin along their sides that stretch from ankles to wrists. These flaps of skin stretch out as the flying squirrel jumps from tree to tree, helping it glide down and look as if it is flying. Amazingly, they c

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