It looks to me like the problem lies within the verbosity of the FAQ. What you've got here is what we commonly describe as the "bulleted list from hell." Okay, it hasn't quite reached those extremes, but the length seems to go beyond a use useful level of detail for a FAQ.
When a user first visits your site, they want a succinct description of what your site is about. That's all. They don't need a detailed, enumerated list of everything the site could possibly be about. You'll just keep adding, and adding, and adding to that list until it becomes new-user hostile: Your bulleted list from hell.
A site for "Database Administrators" says a lot. Sometimes those "it's about… but not about" sections helps clarify the most common misunderstanding users have about the site. But the FAQ really doesn't have become that long… unless the subject is inherently difficult to pin down. Try some simple English sentences to describe your subject rather than enumerating all possible topics exhaustively.
We could fold all that information into a header entry, but that would only hide the most important information users are looking for. If users don't see it at a glance, they will likely skip it completely. That's not good for your site.