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  • Need to Verify Inline Style Attribute Issue

    This blogpost is to verify inline style attribute issue

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  • Probable Option of Rendering Image Using the Tool

    There are the possible four options available using the tool :

    1) This is inline option (left - preferred options which shows the grey box properly)
    Nothing says 'sexy' like a red-hot pump.Nothing says 'sexy' like a red-hot pump.














    2) Second option (inline option where the grey box wont render properly)
    Nothing says 'sexy' like a red-hot pump.Nothing says 'sexy' like a red-hot pump.

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    Nothing says 'sexy' like a red-hot pump.Nothing says 'sexy' like a red-hot pump.


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    Nothing says 'sexy' like a red-hot pump.


    Check all the four options available and decide which one is good

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  • 4 Food's to Soothe Sore Muscles

    If you've been exercising more, you may be suffering from the aches and pains of having overdone it at the gym. I've been there. Making sure your workout is challenging without overdoing it is one way to prevent muscle soreness. But research also points to some foods and beverages that can help ward off and minimize exercise-related muscle soreness, which we've reported on in EatingWell Magazine.

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    Crocs: $1 billion in sales Resized image width... Either you love Crocs or you hate them. If you're among the hate-them crowd who never enjoyed the gimmicky trend, you probably think most others do, too. Sure, celebrities like Pete Wentz, Sacha Baron Cohen, Steven Tyler, Jennie Garth, and chef Mario Batali swear by Crocs, and they're great for gardening and comfy for kids. But in the fashion world, there's almost no bigger "fashion don't" than the brightly colored perforated plastic footwear. (And that's not even including the ones covered in silly Jibbitz charms). But sometimes function comes before fashion.

    Clearly there are hoards of Crocs devotees because the Telegraph is reporting that the Colorado shoe company's yearly revenue surpassed $1 billion for the first time ever in its 10-year history. According to Women's Wear Daily, investors snapped up stock in the company yesterday when they heard this news, causing shares to rise 6.3 percent.

    While we're quick to

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    Ever notice that some people just don't get sick? Or maybe you're one of the lucky few, able to brag about not recalling the last stuffy nose or upset stomach you've had.

    Author Gene Stone recently highlighted the sometimes-surprising secrets of 25 such super-healthy people in his book "The Secrets of People Who Never Get Sick."

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    Ever notice that some people just don't get sick? Or maybe you're one of the lucky few, able to brag about not recalling the last stuffy nose or upset stomach you've had.

    Author Gene Stone recently highlighted the sometimes-surprising secrets of 25 such super-healthy people in his book "The Secrets of People Who Never Get Sick."

  • Blogpost for Verification


    Crocs may be a Crocs may be a Either you love Crocs or you hate them. As folks who never enjoyed the gimmicky trend, we assumed the majority of people fell into the latter category. Yes, we know celebrities like chef Mario Batali swear by Crocs, and that they're great for gardening and comfy for kids. But in the fashion world, there's almost no bigger "fashion don't" than the brightly colored, perforated plastic footwear. (And that's not even including the ones covered in silly Jibbitz charms). But sometimes function comes before fashion. Clearly there are hoards of Crocs devotees because the Telegraph is reporting that the Colorado shoe company's yearly revenue has surpassed $1 billion for the first time ever in their 10 year history. According to Women's Wear Daily, investors "snapped-up" stock in the company yesterday when they heard this news, causing shares to rise 6.3 percent.

    While we're quick to write off the bright plastic clogs, Crocs does have many other styles drawing in shoppers. We've rounded up some

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  • 8 Foods that Fight Pain

    8 Foods That Fight Pain

    No single food can zap chronic pain, but a healthful diet is an important part of your pain-management strategy. The Mediterranean diet, for example, is rich in fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and healthful unsaturated fats. These edibles can help build strong bones and muscles, and -- in some cases -- can even short-circuit pain. A wholesome diet also helps prevent pain-aggravating weight gain and boosts your energy levels and mood so you can cope more comfortably.


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  • Best Diets for Weight Loss in 2012

    It's that time of year again. Weight-loss resolutions are made to offset heavy holiday eating. Many people are looking for simple solutions for shedding pounds, but dieting takes effort and commitment. So which diets are best for shedding pounds effectively? Click through the slideshow to learn which plans ranked the highest on U.S. News's list.

  • Don’t Drink and Sneeze

    Don't drink and sneeze! Study says a cold impairs driving abilities Coughing, sore throat, sneezing, congestion, dizziness and overall fatigue-they are the classic signs of a cold or flu. These unpleasant symptoms often mean we miss out on work and social activities while we recuperate our strength.

    But recent studies by experts in the UK (via Marie Claire), suggests that a bout of the cold or flu should also keep drivers at home in bed and off busy streets and highways.

    According to research by Cardiff University's Common Cold Unit in Cardiff, Wales, sickness seriously affects motorists' driving abilities, making them more likely to make errors that could result in accidents.

    The negative impact of virus-related impairment is nothing to sneeze at. The research study found that cold or flu reduces drivers' reaction time by 50 percent. Drivers who were sick with a virus were also found to be 33 percent more likely to hit the curb than those who were in good health.

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