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See the video and learn the heart attack symptoms and early warning signs in the body. At USCPROnline, now get CPR training and certification course at an affordable cost.
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How to Spot Early pink skin cancer| skin cancer bumps on face Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer, because the skin is the largest organ and it is in direct contact with the environment every day.[1] Early diagnosis is key when dealing with skin cancer. Working to prevent skin cancer is the best early defense against skin cancer. You can examine your own skin every month as well as ask your dermatologist if you find something you are unsure of. These methods will help you spot the early signs of skin cancer. 1 Examine your body. The best way to find skin cancer early is to keep a check on any skin abnormalities through a monthly full body skin exam. Stand in front of a full length mirror. Examine the whole front of your body, checking each part of your body. Turn around and look over your shoulder, examining the back area of your body, paying special attention to the back of your legs. Next, raise your arms and examine your underarms, inner arm area, elbow, forearms, upper underarms, and palms. Make sure you also look at the tops and bottoms of your feet. Using a hand mirror, check your buttocks, genitals, neck, and scalp. If there are areas you can’t reach, ask a loved one to help. 2 Track your changes on a mole map. As you examine your body, track your moles on a mole map. This map needs to be a representation of your body, with a front and a back, so you can keep track of where all your moles are. Each month, pinpoint where your moles are and write down the general appearance of them. The American Academy of Dermatology has a premade map that you can download every month as you do your examination 3 Look for problem moles. While making your examination, you need to watch for problem moles. You should notice is your moles change shape, size, or color, start to ooze or bleed, and feel itchy, swollen, or tender. To keep track of problem moles, you need to follow the ABCDE rule. The rules to notice melanomas are: A: Asymmetry, when moles have different
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Seerah of Prophet Muhammed 7 - The early childhood of Prophet Muhammed - Yasir Qadhi
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Seerah of Prophet Muhammed 26 - The Early Emigration to Madinah - Yasir Qadhi
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These videos contain the biography of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) by Sheikh Yasir Qadhi. Prophet Muhammad was the last of God’s messengers send to people. He is continuation of previous prophets (Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon, Jesus, and etc.) and the seal of all prophets. Unlike the previous prophets who were sent to certain nations, Prophet Muhammad was sent to all mankind.
8 Oct 2017
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Fitness De Royale Organic County is a whole new pioneer in the way we approach wellness and personal expansion. It is a self sustained environment where we have our own water, grow our own food and have our own carbon footprint. We keep our place comfortable and nurturing and use natural ingredients from the food grown in our garden to the products that we use at the space, which are all without chemicals. we redefined the experience of retreat. Whether you are seeking to take a rest, feel greater joy, detoxify and cleanse. We Offers multi-cuisine organic food that is locally sourced from farm-to-table. Fitness De Royale Organic County is a true healing sanctuary and provides the ideal space to slow down, attune to nature and rejuvenate your body mind and soul. ADDRESS: FITNESS DE ROYALE ORGANIC COUNTY. # 110/ 346, Sher Wood , Theettukkal, Ooty 643004 Tamil Nadu, India If you have questions or need additional information, please call: Landline: 080-69999831 | 080-69999832 Mobile : +91 7406828018
9 Oct 2017
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How to Prevent recurrent head and neck cancer|Squamous Cell Skin Cancer Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S., affecting about 3.5 million Americans annually.[1] The two most common types, basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas, are highly curable. Melanoma, the rarer type, is also the most deadly and difficult to treat. All types of skin cancer, particularly squamous cell, are preventable to a great extent by reducing your exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light. 1 Avoid exposure to arsenic. UV radiation is not the only thing that can cause skin diseases such as squamous cell cancer — exposure to toxic or poisonous compounds (such as arsenic) also increases the cancer risk.[10] Arsenic doesn't have to come in contact with the skin, as ingesting it also increases the risk of skin cancers. It's possible to be exposed to arsenic from well water, pesticides, herbicides, insecticides and some medicines (arsenic may have some medicinal value in tiny amounts). People who work in mining and smelting are at greater risk of arsenic exposure. 2 Don't put coal tar on your skin. Another compound that should be avoided because it increases the risk of squamous cell skin cancer is coal tar, which is found in medicinal shampoos and creams meant for treating psoriasis and head lice.[11] Coal tar is a byproduct of coal processing that's a potential carcinogen despite its medicinal uses. Coal tar products can relieve dryness, redness, flaking and itching of skin, but at the cost of increasing cancer risk. Paracetamol (acetaminophen) is a popular coal-tar derived painkiller that should be avoided if you have a history of skin cancer. 3 Be very cautious with industrial chemicals. Other industrial compounds can also raise your risk of squamous cell carcinoma — either by getting them directly on your skin or by inhaling their fumes.[12] Examples include asbestos, benzene, silica, certain mineral oils and paint solvents. If you need to handle these compounds, always we
28 Sep 2017
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Cyclops n Nebulon Girls Night Out At The Noise Art opera. Hard Rock Vocal Version with hard rock Guitar n Synth produced in a "Cinematic" hard rock style n noise art soundscapes. This Symphonic piece is from the full online rock opera LP "The Here n Now Love of an alien Steel Grey." Get the LP here featuring the Supernatural Gospel Gears and Rusty n Sparky Lynne Newcomer who is the sister of Dan Hartman from the Edgar Winter band who wrote the hit song from the early 70's Free Ride from the recording unit signal30 on the album.. Thanks for watching video and listening to the music. - Lenny
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how do you catch cervical cancer|can cervical cancer be treated Cervical cancer is a cancer of the cervix (the lower part of the uterus). It can happen to women at any age, but it usually occurs in midlife in women between 20 and 50. The overwhelming majority of cases are found in women who do not receive routine medical care and regular pap screenings. Fortunately, cervical cancer is a very curable disease when it is found early and treated.[1] The major symptoms you should look for are abnormal vaginal bleeding and pain. Symptoms usually do not begin until precancerous or abnormal cells have grown into an invasive cancer. So, call your doctor as soon as you notice the changes. Regular screenings with PAP smears and HPV tests can help you discover precancerous lesions early, before they can become cervical cancer.
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how common is hpv in females |Test for HPV The human papillomavirus, or HPV, is an extremely common sexually transmitted infection. It often clears spontaneously without treatment, but it sometimes progresses to cervical cancer, which may be fatal. Fortunately, we have tests which can detect this virus very early on and prevent most cases of cervical cancer. This article will describe how to test for HPV. 1 Understand the test. The Papanicolaou smear, or "pap smear" is a test used by a doctor to detect early signs of changes in the cells that line the cervix. The cervix is the passage that connects the vagina to the uterus, and any changes in its lining may suggest HPV infection.
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How to Do a Pap Smear|when do i need a pap smear A pap smear is a simple, quick, and relatively painless screening test, used to detect cancerous or pre-cancerous cells in the cervix. Getting regular pap screens is essential for the early detection and treatment of cervical cancer. To understand how to prepare for a pap smear and learn more about what the process involves, start with Step 1 below. 1 Make sure your appointment won't coincide with your period. When scheduling an appointment for a pap smear, try to time it so it doesn't overlap with your next period. Blood from your period can interfere with the results of the pap smear, making it less accurate.[1] However, if you experience any unexpected bleeding or spotting right before the appointment, there is no need to cancel
24 Sep 2017
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