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*******www.balancedhealthtoday****/ *******www.balancedhealthtoday****/Lymplex.html The circulatory and lymphatic systems are the body's transport system. They carry nutrients and other important molecules to cells and carry away waste. When these systems do not function properly, the body is more susceptible to illness and infection. Acute promyelocytic leukemia is a form of acute myeloid leukemia, a cancer of the blood-forming tissue (bone marrow). In normal bone marrow, hematopoietic stem cells produce red blood cells (erythrocytes) that carry oxygen, white blood cells (leukocytes) that protect the body from infection, and platelets (thrombocytes) that are involved in blood clotting. In acute promyelocytic leukemia, immature white blood cells called promyelocytes accumulate in the bone marrow. The overgrowth of promyelocytes leads to a shortage of normal white and red blood cells and platelets in the body, which causes many of the signs and symptoms of the condition. The mutation that causes acute promyelocytic leukemia involves two genes, the PML gene on chromosome 15 and the RARA gene on chromosome 17. A rearrangement of genetic material (translocation) between chromosomes 15 and 17, written as t(15;17), fuses part of the PML gene with part of the RARA gene. The protein produced from this fused gene is known as PML-RARα. This mutation is acquired during a person's lifetime and is present only in certain cells. This type of genetic change, called a somatic mutation, is not inherited. *******www.balancedhealthtoday****/products.html
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*******www.balancedhealthtoday****/ *******www.balancedhealthtoday****/Lymplex.html The PML-RARα protein functions differently than the protein products of the normal PML and RARA genes. The protein produced from the RARA gene, RARα, is involved in the regulation of gene transcription, which is the first step in protein production. Specifically, this protein helps control the transcription of certain genes important in the maturation (differentiation) of white blood cells beyond the promyelocyte stage. The protein produced from the PML gene acts as a tumor suppressor, which means it prevents cells from growing and dividing too rapidly or in an uncontrolled way. The PML-RARα protein interferes with the normal function of both the PML and the RARα proteins. As a result, blood cells are stuck at the promyelocyte stage, and they proliferate abnormally. Excess promyelocytes accumulate in the bone marrow and normal white blood cells cannot form, leading to acute promyelocytic leukemia. The PML-RARA gene fusion accounts for up to 98 percent of cases of acute promyelocytic leukemia. Translocations involving the RARA gene and other genes have been identified in a few cases of acute promyelocytic leukemia. *******www.balancedhealthtoday****/products.html
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*******www.balancedhealthtoday****/Lymplex.html The circulatory and lymphatic systems are the body's transport system. They carry nutrients and other important molecules to cells and carry away waste. When these systems do not function properly, the body is more susceptible to illness and infection. Acute promyelocytic leukemia is a form of acute myeloid leukemia, a cancer of the blood-forming tissue (bone marrow). In normal bone marrow, hematopoietic stem cells produce red blood cells (erythrocytes) that carry oxygen, white blood cells (leukocytes) that protect the body from infection, and platelets (thrombocytes) that are involved in blood clotting. In acute promyelocytic leukemia, immature white blood cells called promyelocytes accumulate in the bone marrow. The overgrowth of promyelocytes leads to a shortage of normal white and red blood cells and platelets in the body, which causes many of the signs and symptoms of the condition. The mutation that causes acute promyelocytic leukemia involves two genes, the PML gene on chromosome 15 and the RARA gene on chromosome 17. A rearrangement of genetic material (translocation) between chromosomes 15 and 17, written as t(15;17), fuses part of the PML gene with part of the RARA gene. The protein produced from this fused gene is known as PML-RARα. This mutation is acquired during a person's lifetime and is present only in certain cells. This type of genetic change, called a somatic mutation, is not inherited. *******balancedhealthtoday****/products.html
14 Jul 2012
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*******www.balancedhealthtoday****/Lymplex.html The PML-RARα protein functions differently than the protein products of the normal PML and RARA genes. The protein produced from the RARA gene, RARα, is involved in the regulation of gene transcription, which is the first step in protein production. Specifically, this protein helps control the transcription of certain genes important in the maturation (differentiation) of white blood cells beyond the promyelocyte stage. The protein produced from the PML gene acts as a tumor suppressor, which means it prevents cells from growing and dividing too rapidly or in an uncontrolled way. The PML-RARα protein interferes with the normal function of both the PML and the RARα proteins. As a result, blood cells are stuck at the promyelocyte stage, and they proliferate abnormally. Excess promyelocytes accumulate in the bone marrow and normal white blood cells cannot form, leading to acute promyelocytic leukemia. The PML-RARA gene fusion accounts for up to 98 percent of cases of acute promyelocytic leukemia. Translocations involving the RARA gene and other genes have been identified in a few cases of acute promyelocytic leukemia. *******balancedhealthtoday****/products.html
14 Jul 2012
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A crazy rumor has hit the internet involving Tina Simpson and her ex-husband Joe Simpson.
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Born August 2, 1979, Bernal is a dancer from Santa Ana, California. He became known through this video clip recorded at the talent show Kollaboration (Korean American Talent Show), in 2001. Showcasing Bernal's characteristic style, it became popular and circulated on the internet.
13 Aug 2007
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Timmy the Merino sheep was born a runt and his mother abandoned him. Carol and Graham Blaser took pity on the poor little lamb. They bottle-fed him around the clock, and wrapped him in sheepskin. Things took a turn for the worse when Timmy developed circulation problems. His back legs started bleeding, then his rear hooves dropped off. Carol and Graham contacted Lisa Dobbs, of Orthotics and Prosthetics SA. Lisa took casts of Timmy's stumps then fitted him with a pair of foam-lined, white resin legs with rubber soles. Once fitted with his new legs, Timmy was able to run and jump like a normal sheep.
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INTENSIVE LIPITOR THERAPY CUTS THE RISK OF HOSPITALIZATIONS DUE TO HEART FAILURE IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY HEART DISEASE, NEW ANALYSIS SHOWS Patients with coronary heart disease who took Lipitor® (atorvastatin calcium) 80 mg Tablets reduced the risk of hospitalizations due to heart failure compared with those patients taking the 10 mg dose of Lipitor. Lipitor 80 mg significantly reduced the risk of hospitalizations due to heart failure for patients with heart disease by 26 percent. For those with a history of heart failure, Lipitor 80 mg significantly reduced the risk by 41 percent. This new analysis of a subset of patients from the five-year TNT (Treating to New Targets) study was published in the journal Circulation. The estimated total cost of heart failure in 2007 in the United States is $33.2 billion ($30.2 billion direct and $3 billion indirect costs). For more information visit www.lipitor****.
7 Feb 2007
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The United States is honoring our Nation presidents by issuing $1 circulating coins featuring their images in the order that they served, beginning with Presidents Washington, Adams, Jefferson and Madison in 2007. The United States Mint will mint and issue four Presidential $1 Coins per year, and each will have a reverse design featuring a striking rendition of the Statue of Liberty. These coins will feature larger, more dramatic artwork, as well as edge-incused inscriptions of the year of minting or issuance, "E Pluribus Unum," "In God We Trust" and the mint mark.
8 Feb 2007
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Something or someone is hiding in Queen's hair on this 5 Canadian dollar note from the 50s.This note was taken out of circulation because of people complaining....What you see?
19 Feb 2007
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American Manufacturer, The Step2 Company LLC, offers quality play products to keep kids active With summer soon to be here your little ones are probably more than ready to get outdoors and play. Step2, a childrens products manufacturer, has been hard at work to design and produce play products that meet the needs of todays young families. So after listening to loads of moms and conducting extensive kid testing, Step2 is proud to offer some exciting new choices to keep young bodies moving and imaginations growing. The Step2 award winning Naturally Playful line, praised for its natural good looks and maintenance free plastic construction, welcomes three new items to this category. The Naturally Playful Lookout Treehouse has large easy to climb steps to a shaded platform with pivoting 180 degree periscope and fun slide to get your toddlers up and exploring the great outdoors. MSRP: $129.99 The Naturally Playful Victorian Gazebo provides endless hours of imaginative play in this roomy hexagon structure with decorative railings and working double door. A durable, weather-resistant fabric roof offers protective shaded play in the cozy interior with drop leaf table and two attached seats for snacks and mealtime. MSRP: $199.99 For all around fun and good healthy exercise, the Naturally Playful Adventure Lodge Play Center is a giant all in one playground with large clubhouse, wave slide, rope ladder, two swings, two person glider, and backboard hoop. This is sure to be a neighborhood favorite so let the adventures begin! MSRP: $999.99 Sports: Your golf enthusiasts will enjoy the new Par 3 Mini Golf Course from Step2. It js easy to create a custom course with the snap lock track, three greens and challenging kid friendly obstacles. Two putters, two balls, and three flags complete your very own miniature golf course. MSRP: $39.99 Water Play: How about a trip to the water park right in your own backyard? The River Run Waterpark will encourage safe water exploration while your toddlers sit in comfort under a large shade umbrella (optional). Just fill the trough with water, push the button and let the fun begin. A large battery powered pump in a colorful water tower circulates up to 4.5 gallons of water through the troughs to the splash pool below. A paddle wheel, dam, sailboats and three inner tube swimmers will keep your children creating new summertime memories. MSRP: $59.99 Riding Toys: For your littlest tots, The Whisper Ride Buggy is the perfect vehicle for those trips to the zoo, amusement park or just around the block. Extra large silent ride tires, seat belt and optional canopy provide a safe, comfortable ride. And did we mention the pretend steering wheel with sounds, cup holder and storage compartment for snacks? All the right accessories in one sweet ride! MSRP: $59.99 The Extreme Roller Coaster: A child operated, gravity powered thrill ride brings amusement park fun right to your home. Its extreme styling and colors add to the excitement and offer your child endless hours of active play as they climb the track and push off the ramp over and over again. MSRP: $249.99 Playhouses: Last but not least, is the LifeStyle Grand Walk in Kitchen, the ultimate kitchen playhouse. This unique playhouse accommodates several children and offers loads of interactive play enhanced by just the right mix of electronics. It comes complete with a 103 piece accessory set and 11 wood stool, oak look foam floor all combining to provide role play experiences as vast as your childs imagination. MSRP: $259.99 Step2 products are available in toy stores nationwide and through online retailers. For more information on the full line up, visit www.step2****.
29 Mar 2007
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Hello! There is a very important but wanting point in researches about longevity. There are many people who have lived very long in history and now If classical medicine examines these people and determines their average lifestyles-like what they eat,how they act- it would not be outside the scientific mainstream but on the contrary they would reach to genuine results.Please find here the results of my research. the health and the long life of Zaro Agha was actually very simple. These people generally have strong beliefs to God and live in peace He had the lack of urban harms like widespread usage of refined foods which are against the nature of our metabolism and too much consumption of animal originated foods-with alcohol and tobacco. We do not have to know exactly which foods,in which proportions will be useful because there are only 17 vitamins and 60 minerals in all the foods which means if you eat an apple or onion one day or an orange and garlic the next there will almost be no difference.What we have to know is that there are 6 basic elements we have to take which are water,vitamins,minerals ,fats,carbohydrates and proteins.We just have to know the right sources of taking them Almost everything the long living people eat is fresh - fresh fruit, vegetables when in season. Fermented milk products like yoghurt and kefir, nuts and a very small amount of meat make up the rest of the diet. Although they live very active lives, their calorie intake is less than 2000 calories per day - which has been shown to improve longevity. So in our case Zaro Agha ate almost no meat but only yogurt,He always had bulgur which as you know is made of whole wheat and contains the most essential nutritive element and he ate black cumine seeds (Nigrella Sativa).He never ate late. He worked in constructions.Most probably he listened to Prophet Mohammed's advice of sleeping half an hour in the early afternoon. A six-year study found that those who took a 30-minute siesta at least three times a week had a 37% lower risk of heart-related death. It is not enough to eat natural foods you must also strenghten your blood circulation to carry the elements in foods to your aging organs .The way to it is cold showers and my formula of 1 clove garlic,7 hot peppers called cayenne,one table spoon garlic powder each day. If you simply apply what Zaro Aga did you will also live 160 years. If you want to change ideas with me you can write to : hitturkey24/yahoo**** Best Regards
10 May 2007
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Magic Music November 2000 saw the launch of `Stonehenge 4 - Echoes of ancient Mysteries' of Hatfield's End. Stonehenge 4 of Hatfield's was presented as `An English production', composed and executed by a group called Hatfield's End. It is possible they consist of two people; the inlay only shows two pairs of eyes. The recording location is The Hannover House, South England. Does this mean something to you? The label on the disc makes me think of Pink Floyd of Syd Barett. In short - Mysteries..! The mysterious act is successful. For twenty weeks the album reaches the Top 100, the highest place being 33. The mystery remains, no-one guesses the identity. On the internet crazy rumours circulate - Syd Barett, the psychotic creator of Pink Floyd, may be part of the group! October 2005 - the new album of Hatfield's End “Revealing the Myth - Stonehenge 5” is launched. Exactly 5 years after Stonehenge 4. The description of the music is still the same as for the previous album, i.e. in a truly sublime quality of sound (we may safely speak of an audiofile miracle) a musical world is presented which seemed lost forever. However, the album differs from its predecessor through more use of accoustical instruments, which causes the end result of its sound to be even `warmer'. And…is the mystery still a mystery?? No, the composer of Hatfield's End - Stonehenge 4, Revealing the Myth - Stonehenge 5' is the 55-year old musicist Paul Hattink, an inhabitant of Breda, the Netherlands. For many years in his Furrier Studios Paul has laboured on the compositions which are so characteristic for his two albums. Paul has a long musical career, with local bands like Splash Down and Aubergine as well as the soundmix show of Hennie Huisman with “Na, Na, Na” of The Shoes. He also performs as a classical pianist entertainer and plays at parties with his trio The Paul Hattink Band. There are also several radio commercials. He is very knowledgeable as far as high-end stereo apparatus is concerned, and imports and is sales representative of the brands Accuphase (in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg) and Cabasse (the Netherlands). He has published articles in a journal named Audio-Opinie under a pseudonym (“Jean Hauteparleur”).
20 May 2007
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Offering top of the line off-road performance, the Nike Shox Junga trail running shoe delivers comfort and support over severe terrain. A durable carbon rubber outsole provides the first element of superior performance. Molded to Nike's Waffle Blade traction configuration, it grips the mountainside whether ripping down a set of muddy switchbacks or sailing across gravel-strewn flats. The midsole shock absorbing ability of the Nike Shox Junga men's trail running shoe is nothing short of first class. When your heel strikes the ground, the Nike Shox heel columns absorb the impact and then provide return energy to propel the foot forward. Likewise, the low-profile Zoom Air cushioning in the forefoot absorbs impact and then provides return energy at toe-off. The upper rounds out the complete package of superior performance components found on the Nike Shox Junga trail running shoe. A breathable mesh keeps the air circulating as the miles and temperature climb, drainable for those occasional splashdowns in wide streams. The Frame-fit upper offers great support and fit too, snugly locking your foot into place for precise placement when running a gauntlet of boulders or climbing a staircase of roots. The Nike Shox Junga is geared for runners with a neutral gait. Highly breathable and drainable mesh upper for superior comfort Frame-fit system offers protection, support, and a great fit Nike Shox midsole technology in heel for responsive cushioning over severe terrain Low-profile Zoom Air cushioning in forefoot also helps propel the foot forward at toe-off Durable carbon rubber outsole material Waffle Blade traction technology lugs grips both hard and soft surfaces. (more)
21 Jun 2007
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massage video to soothe tired legs and improve circulation
27 Jun 2007
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massage video to soothe tired legs and improve circulation
27 Jun 2007
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