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ECOlight™ Water Powered Shower Light by Stan Patient Expert Posted Mon 09 Mar 2009 3:40pm Is your shower a little on the dark side?  Do you sometimes come out of the shower, looking like you really didn’t have a shower at all?  Then maybe your shower needs a little extra light.  Generally, increasing the amount of light in a shower involves a rather substantial reno project with holes in the ceiling, drywall, wiring and painting, ... Read on »
Power Shower! by runaroundaroo Posted Wed 09 Feb 2011 12:00am First, I got to see sun on my way home again! Yay! I needed my sunglasses…unfortunately they were on the counter at home. Go figure! Please note that I am clearly stopped at a light…I’m a safe driver! Now..onto the fitness aspect of my life… The concept of putting an alarm in another room to get your butt out of bed to s ... Read on »
power to shower by Linda and Cara .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 10:00am There are many things we, as Baby Bunching moms, sacrifice. No longer could I wear black clothes (shirts/pants) because they were a target for smelly baby spit up. And forget about the white clothes (shirts/pants/skirts) which were a target for toddler's colored foods or chalked-up hands. I gave up trying to pee in peace because sometimes I nev ... Read on »
Shower Power by OnlyNatureBlog Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:03pm Shower Power French President, Sarkozy had a £250,000 shower built for him for a three day summit in Paris, it has been revealed. The shower, which was specifically built to the president’s height (5ft 5in) featured air conditioning and a radio with surround sound. Sarkozy however decided to shower elsewhere at the Elysee Palace and ... Read on »
shower power by AliRae Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Feb 2010 8:54am We had a blackout yesterday. For those of you just joining the fun herea blackout on the ship is wherefor certain technical reasons totally unknown to methey have to shut off the engines for the whole day. I think there's a lot of cleaning involvedbut what it means for the general public on board is a day without electricity. Nowbefore yo ... Read on »
Shower of Power by Sally C. Posted Wed 10 Sep 2008 12:00am The nurse came out of Maggie’s room with a handful of towels and asked if they were clean or dirty. My first thought was, if you have to ask… Then, I remembered. Those were the clean towels that would not fit in the cabinet. People were coming to dinner and I had to get them out of the way so I hid them in the shower and closed the curtain. I lo ... Read on »
shower power!!!! by Meredith @ An Epic Change Posted Fri 12 Mar 2010 12:00am Well my day started off with the “go-ahead” from the renovation crew to use the baño. You cannot imagine how excited I was after 5 weeks of living out of a gym bag! I mean, I’ve had access to the master bathroom here and the half baths, but it is hard to have 3 adults sharing a bathroom when we all want to leave for work at the same time ... Read on »
Shower Power by OnlyNatureBlog Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Oct 2012 10:04pm While we’re on the subject of preventing dry skin during the autumn and winter months, we might as well take a little look at the shower. If you love hot, long showers and baths then you could actually be drying your skin out by damaging the outer layer of the dermis. Water also wipes away the natural oils in the skin, ... Read on »
April Showers Bring Batman Powers!! by Sarah H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 06 Apr 2010 12:00am I knew that my son Caleb would be beyond thrilled when he found out Batman was coming to him in the mail! My son is really into super heroes right now, and Batman, a favored DC Comics Super Hero , is at the top of the list. Caleb loves dressing up, too. My kids are constantly, well almost daily, dressing up to "be something" for the day. When ... Read on »
Save water and your life when you shower by Dr. Ivor K. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 20 Oct 2008 10:02pm Just 2.5% of the planet’s water is fresh and less than 1% is available for human consumption because the rest is stored in the form of ice bergs. Think about this the next time you’re taking a shower. The average shower uses 64 liters of water, but this number can be even higher. Modern power shower can easily use 20 liters of water a minute, mea ... Read on »