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28 Mar 2017
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She was expecting the best ride but unfortunately, the ride turns into her worst ride ever. Don’t know whether she will ever take this ride again or not.
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A thrilling video has emerged showing a king cobra drinking water from a bottle. The video - shot in Southern India - shows a daring wildlife rescue worker offering water to the snake. The 12 feet long cobra was rescued from a village in Kaiga township - where it has strayed, apparently looking for water. Some parts of southern India have been hit by drought, making water scarce. Wildlife officials say the drought has severely affected wild animals in the region. So when the team of rescue workers found the cobra, the first thing they did was to offer it water.
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 The skin provides a remarkably good barrier against bacterial infections. Although many bacteria come in contact with or reside on the skin, they are normally unable to establish an infection. When bacterial skin infections do occur, they can range in size from a tiny spot to the entire body surface. They can range in seriousness as well, from harmless to life threatening. Many types of bacteria can infect the skin. The most common are Staphylococcus and Streptococcus. Skin infections caused by less common bacteria may develop in people while hospitalized or living in a nursing home, while gardening, or while swimming in a pond, lake, or ocean. Some people are at particular risk of developing skin infections. For example, people with diabetes are likely to have poor blood flow, especially to the hands and feet, and the high levels of sugar (glucose) in their blood decrease the ability of white blood cells to fight infections. People who are older, who have human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or AIDS or other immune disorders, or hepatitis, and who are undergoing chemotherapy or treatment with other drugs that suppress the immune system are at higher risk as well because they have a weakened immune system. Skin that is inflamed or damaged by sunburn, scratching, or other trauma is more likely to become infected. In fact, any break in the skin predisposes a person to infection. Prevention involves keeping the skin undamaged and clean. When the skin is cut or scraped, the injury should be washed with soap and water and covered with a sterile bandage. Petrolatum may be applied to open areas to keep the tissue moist and to try to prevent bacterial invasion. Doctors recommend that people do not use antibiotic ointments (prescription or nonprescription) on uninfected minor wounds because of the risk of developing an allergy to the antibiotic. However, an antibiotic ointment is used if an infection develops.
1 Apr 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Lymphatic disease is a class of disorders which directly affect the components of the lymphatic system. Examples include Castleman's disease[1] and lymphedema.[2] Diseases and disorder Hodgkin's Disease/Hodgkin's Lymphoma This is a type of cancer of the lymphatic system. It can start almost anywhere in the body. It is believed to be caused by HIV, Epstein-Barr Syndrome, age and family history. Symptoms include weight loss, fever, swollen lymph nodes, night sweats, itchy skin, fatigue, chest pain, coughing or trouble swallowing. Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Lymphoma is a usually malignant cancer. It is caused by the body producing too many abnormal white blood cells. It is not the same as Hodgkin's Disease. Symptoms usually include painless, enlarged lymph node or nodes in the neck, weakness, fever, weight loss, and anemia. Lymphadenitis is an infection of the lymph nodes usually caused by a virus, bacteria or fungi. Symptoms include redness or swelling around the lymph node. Lymphangitis Lymphangitis is an inflammation of the lymph vessels. Symptoms usually include swelling, redness, warmth, pain or red streaking around the affected area. Lymphedema Lymphedema is the chronic pooling of lymph fluid in the tissue. It usually starts in the feet or lower legs. It's also a side-effect of some surgical procedures. Lymphocytosis Lymphocytosis is a high lymphocyte count. It can be caused by an infection, blood cancer, lymphoma, or autoimmune disorders that are accompanied by chronic swelling.
1 Apr 2017
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Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world measuring 8,848 m (29,028 feet) in height. It was first climbed on May 29, 1953 by a Newzealander Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay of Nepal.
4 Apr 2017
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The 3 Long Beard Styles that rule the beard kingdom like true aggressive warriors yet elegance of Royalty are here to sweep you off your feet!
5 Apr 2017
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Spring is almost upon us, and as the weather warms up leading to Summer, people change their fashion habits and out come the feet and lower legs. At salondeauville, we are providing pedicure service by the professionals.
13 Apr 2017
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15 Apr 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 There is no cure for radiation sickness, but symptoms can be treated. The effects cannot be reversed, but timely treatment can help to contain the damage. Nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, and weakness can be treated with medications that target these complaints. Blood transfusions may be needed to treat anemia, and antibiotics reduce the threat of infections. Patients with some cancers will need both radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Patients who have chemotherapy sometimes take the drug filgrastim to stimulate white blood cells. This may be helpful in repairing the damage to bone marrow caused by radiation. Preventing radiation sickness It is important to minimize exposure to radiation. This includes taking appropriate safety measures when working with radiation, avoiding unnecessary X-ray exposure, and being mindful of the dangers of radiation when considering treatments for cancer. During X-ray imaging tests or radiation therapy, a patient should have a protective shield over the parts of the body not being treated or studied. A female patient should inform the technician if she is, nor may be, pregnant. A patient who is undergoing radiation therapy can take potassium iodide KI orally either before or after exposure, to protect the thyroid gland from damage. For best results, it should be taken before. If exposure is limited to hands and feet, and no vital organs have been contaminated, the danger is greatly reduced, and radiation poisoning is less likely. Most countries have strict rules about the use of radioactive materials in science and industry. If there is an accidental or deliberate release of radioactive material, strategies are in place to evacuate people or to shelter them in appropriate places. If a major emergency occurred, for example, a radioactive accident or attack, emergency teams would need to identify what type of radiation people had been exposed to, in order to decide how to treat them.
17 Apr 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Tinea is the name given to a fungal skin infection. Most people will develop some resistance to skin fungus after being infected. Others appear to have a susceptibility to fungal infections. Sometime the susceptibility will run in the family. Tinea Pedis Athlete's foot This is the most common type of fungal infection and only affects humans. It is spread by direct contact, most often through bare feet in bathrooms and health clubs. Leather or plastic footwear that doesn't "breathe" encourages tinea pedis. It is rare in children. In most cases, the skin becomes white, soft and peels away between the toes especially between the fourth and little toes. It may infect the sole of the foot resulting in peeling, scaling, itching and sometimes blistering. Only one, or both feet may be involved. Onychomycosis Tinea unguium, nail fungus Toenail infection is usually associated with tinea pedis. It is very difficult to eradicate. Often the great toenail is the first to show signs, especially if it has been injured. The nail yellows, and after years thickens and breaks easily. Fingernail infections are similar, but less common. Tinea Cruris Jock itch Some subjects with tinea pedis also develop a rash in the groin tinea cruris, especially if they tend to sweat a lot. It is common and affects men more often than women. It has an itchy spreading red border. Tinea Corporis Ringworm Tinea corporis is the name given to a fungus infection of the skin that is not one of the other ones listed here. It may be spread from person to person, from contact with an infected animal, most often a cat, or from exposure to fungus in the soil. Itchy red scaly patches come up anywhere the animal has rubbed. They often develop into a ring. This kind of tinea usually clears up with appropriate creams. If due to an animal, even if it has no signs of a skin problem it will need treatment too.
19 Apr 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Chronic kidney failure, as opposed to acute kidney failure, is a slow and gradually progressive disease. Even if one kidney stops functioning, the other can carry out normal functions. It is not usually until the disease is fairly well advanced and the condition has become severe that signs and symptoms are noticeable; by which time most of the damage is irreversible. It is important that people who are at high risk of developing kidney disease have their kidney functions regularly checked. Early detection can significantly help prevent serious kidney damage. The most common signs and symptoms of chronic kidney disease include: anemia blood in urine dark urine decreased mental alertness decreased urine output edema - swollen feet, hands, and ankles face if edema is severe fatigue tiredness hypertension (high blood pressure insomnia itchy skin, can become persistent loss of appetite male inability to get or maintain an erection erectile dysfunction more frequent urination, especially at night muscle cramps muscle twitches nausea pain on the side or mid to lower back panting shortness of breath protein in urine sudden change in bodyweight unexplained headaches
19 Apr 2017
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Google Maps is a web mapping service developed by Google. It offers satellite imagery, street maps, 360° panoramic views of streets (Street View), real-time traffic conditions (Google Traffic), and route planning for traveling by foot, car, bicycle (in beta), or public transportation. Google maps began as a C++ desktop program designed by Lars Jens Eilstrup Rasmussen and Liam Graham at Where 2 Technologies. In October 2004, the company was acquired by Google, which converted it into a web application. After additional acquisitions of a geospatial data visualization company and a realtime traffic analyzer, Google Maps was launched in February 2005.[1] The service's front end utilizes JavaScript, XML, and Ajax. Google Maps offers an API that allows maps to be embedded on third-party websites,[2] and offers a locator for urban businesses and other organizations in numerous countries around the world. Google Map Maker allows users to collaboratively expand and update the service's mapping worldwide. Google Maps' satellite view is a "top-down" or "birds eye" view; most of the high-resolution imagery of cities is aerial photography taken from aircraft flying at 800 to 1,500 feet (240 to 460 m), while most other imagery is from satellites.[3] Much of the available satellite imagery is no more than three years old and is updated on a regular basis.[4] Google Maps uses a close variant of the Mercator projection, and therefore cannot accurately show areas around the poles. The current redesigned version of the desktop application was made available in 2013, alongside the "classic" (pre-2013) version. Google Maps for mobile was released in September 2008 and features GPS turn-by-turn navigation. In August 2013, it was determined to be the world's most popular app for smartphones, with over 54% of global smartphone owners using it at least once.[5] In 2012, Google reported having over 7,100 employees and contractors directly working in mapping.
19 Apr 2017
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Google Maps is a web mapping service developed by Google. It offers satellite imagery, street maps, 360° panoramic views of streets (Street View), real-time traffic conditions (Google Traffic), and route planning for traveling by foot, car, bicycle (in beta), or public transportation. Google maps began as a C++ desktop program designed by Lars Jens Eilstrup Rasmussen and Liam Graham at Where 2 Technologies. In October 2004, the company was acquired by Google, which converted it into a web application. After additional acquisitions of a geospatial data visualization company and a realtime traffic analyzer, Google Maps was launched in February 2005.[1] The service's front end utilizes JavaScript, XML, and Ajax. Google Maps offers an API that allows maps to be embedded on third-party websites,[2] and offers a locator for urban businesses and other organizations in numerous countries around the world. Google Map Maker allows users to collaboratively expand and update the service's mapping worldwide. Google Maps' satellite view is a "top-down" or "birds eye" view; most of the high-resolution imagery of cities is aerial photography taken from aircraft flying at 800 to 1,500 feet (240 to 460 m), while most other imagery is from satellites.[3] Much of the available satellite imagery is no more than three years old and is updated on a regular basis.[4] Google Maps uses a close variant of the Mercator projection, and therefore cannot accurately show areas around the poles. The current redesigned version of the desktop application was made available in 2013, alongside the "classic" (pre-2013) version. Google Maps for mobile was released in September 2008 and features GPS turn-by-turn navigation. In August 2013, it was determined to be the world's most popular app for smartphones, with over 54% of global smartphone owners using it at least once.[5] In 2012, Google reported having over 7,100 employees and contractors directly working in mapping.
19 Apr 2017
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20 Apr 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Doctors have excellent treatments for skin fungus infections that occur on the feet, nails, groin, hands and other locations. Unfortunately, there is a strong tendency for fungal infections to recur in many people even after effective clearing with medication. This is because we all have our strengths and weaknesses. Some people are prone to allergies. Others get lots of colds. Others get stomach ulcers. And some people are prone to recurrent skin fungus infections. The tendency for fungus to recur in many adults, especially on the feet and toenails, is a genetic condition. Their skin cannot recognize the fungus as foreign and get rid of it. After having a fungus there for a while the body's immune system learns to live with the fungus and no longer tries to get rid of it. Children only rarely get fungal infections of the feet, especially before the age of five. Their bodies still react vigorously to the fungus. For some reason, they are more likely to get it on the scalp than adults are. Fungus is all around us, on floors, in dirt, and on other people. It is hard to avoid forever. It likes warmth and moisture, making certain parts of the skin more vulnerable. A fungus is a superficial skin problem, not an internal one. It does not spread by going inside the body. Cortisone creams, tried by many patients, help fungus grow! The rash may get less red and itchy at first, but spreads out and recurs, itchier than ever, when the cortisone is stopped. A fungus sheds "spores", like tiny seeds, which wait for the right moment to grow into new fungus. The most common place for these spores to collect is in shoes. Therefore, after effective treatment, a fungus may recur quickly where spores are present. Fungus doesn't care what color the socks are. White socks offer no advantage. Absorbent cotton or wool socks are best. Some Rules for Prevention: Remember, nothing works one hundred per cent. Try combinations of these ideas.
20 Apr 2017
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