Ezee Knowledge Bank: How to Grow Back Receding Gums Naturally

If your gums are receding or retracting, this could be a sign of a gum disease. Also known as gingival recession, receding gums happen when the gums draw back from the crown of the teeth. It can happen during childhood or adolescence and because it is progressive, it worsens over time. Usually, those with this…

Ezee Knowledge Bank: Could wearing a wig cause health problems?

Wigs have been a popular fashion accessory of sorts for decades and the wigs of today are very different than the uncomfortable, heavy, helmet looking wigs from the past. Even with the latest, innovative wig improvements, several misunderstandings persist when it comes to wigs, including whether or not wearing one can cause health problems.

Ezee Knowledge Bank: 6 Ways to Get Rid of Bad Odors from Your Home

Every house has a smell. “It’s a combination of the people who live there, their perfume, aftershave, the food they cook, and other things. Most of the time it’s a good smell, but sometimes, it’s really not,” but what to do when your house smells bad?

Ezee Knowledge Bank: Removing Super Glue from Skin

Super glue (cyanoacrylate), a proprietary name that has morphed into a catch-all name given to all glues that dry quickly, is renowned for sticking together anything from fingers to objects in a matter of seconds. Thankfully there are various ways to remove super glue from anywhere it’s not wanted.

Ezee Knowledge Bank: Are Your Vegetables Nutritionally Impotent?

It’s incredibly disheartening to learn that after stocking up on broccoli, forgetting you were going to be out of town for 10 days, using it when you get home, removing the brown, chopping it up, steaming it til it’s soft – that only a fraction of the vitamins remain. But surely, any vegetable even a nutritionally impotent, is better than no vegetable!

Ezee Knowledge Bank: Why You Shouldn’t Store Open Tins In The Fridge

I saw this open tin of stuffed vine leaves in our office fridge and immediately freaked out. I’d always been told that leaving food in an opened tin risked food poisoning, and I believed that. But then I realised I’d never bothered to question why this rule applied. Time to investigate.