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If you are quiet enough, you will hear the flow of the universe. You will feel its rhythm. Go with this flow. Happiness lies ahead. Meditation is key.~ Buddha *Music by Beyoncé ~ Halo
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“Being Sassy Pandez: China Tour” will explore the hectic, fun and exciting lifestyle of London’s unique Sassy Pandez, who is a professionally signed producer/beat-maker, Maxim’s “Sexiest DJ in the World”, an African churchgoer, herbalist, vegan and outspoken PETA supporter while she explores Hip-Hop, social media and digital media influencers in China, Singapore and Southeast Asia.
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Hot Tub Spas Model were designed for the first time buyers, those on limited budgets and are ideal for those that live an active lifestyle. hot tub Spas have many of the same features found in hot tubs sold at much higher prices, making ownership of a hot Spa an exceptional value.
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How to Prevent colon cancer clinical trials Colon cancer, or colorectal cancer, is malignant cell growth in the lower large intestine, colon, and rectum. It has the potential to spread to other organs, making it a very dangerous form of cancer. Fortunately, early detection is possible with regular screening. In addition, there are a number of lifestyle and dietary changes you can make to lower your risk of developing colon cancer. 1 Take risk factors seriously. With regular screening, colon cancer is treatable and may be prevented. Knowing your risk factors will dictate when you start getting screened. Being aware of certain medical and lifestyle risks can help you catch colon cancer early and give you a high chance of survival. Most colon cancers occur after age 50, and African-Americans are at higher risk than other races 2 Investigate your family history. If you have one or more relatives who have had colon cancer, your chances of getting the disease increases.[3] If you have a family history of colon cancer, you should consult your doctor and see if he would recommend screening. 3 Learn if you have another medical risk factor. Inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis can increase your risk for colon cancer. If you've been diagnosed with either of these conditions, you are at an increased risk and should consult with your doctor regularly. Certain genetic conditions like familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) and hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer (Lynch syndrome) or diabetes can increase your risk of colon cancer. 4
26 Sep 2017
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When a person has experienced known or probable exposure to a high dose of radiation from an accident or attack, medical personnel take a number of steps to determine the absorbed radiation dose. This information is essential for determining how severe the illness is likely to be, which treatments to use and whether a person is likely to survive. Information important for determining an absorbed dose includes: Known exposure. Details about distance from the source of radiation and duration of exposure can help provide a rough estimate of the severity of radiation sickness. Vomiting and other symptoms. The time between radiation exposure and the onset of vomiting is a fairly accurate screening tool to estimate absorbed radiation dose. The shorter the time before the onset of this sign, the higher the dose. The severity and timing of other signs and symptoms also may help medical personnel determine the absorbed dose. Blood tests. Frequent blood tests over several days enable medical personnel to look for drops in disease-fighting white blood cells and abnormal changes in the DNA of blood cells. These factors indicate the degree of bone marrow damage, which is determined by the level of an absorbed dose. Dosimeter. A device called a dosimeter can measure the absorbed dose of radiation but only if it was exposed to the same radiation event as the affected person. Survey meter. A device such as a Geiger counter can be used to survey people to determine the body location of radioactive particles. Type of radiation. A part of the larger emergency response to a radioactive accident or attack would include identifying the type of radiation exposure. This information would guide some decisions for treating people with radiation sickness.
26 Sep 2017
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Men's hormones stay consistent overall, but women's hormones go through various levels of production based on the menstrual cycle. This constantly-changing cycle is normal for women until the age of approximately 50 years, when the body's hormonal state changes drastically in a very short period of time. When a year has passed without undergoing a period, we can know that a woman has entered the Menopause stage of her life. Even before officially entering Menopause, the phase we can Perimenopause occurs, in which the hormones Progesterone and Estrogen are reduced. Menopause can be extremely difficult for a woman, with physical and emotional effects. Menopause can increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, and osteoporosis. They can also experience depression, weight gain, and higher levels of stress. To alleviate these serious symptoms, Estrogen Replacement Therapy may be well advised. Women who take supplementary estrogen, especially when their lifestyle is healthy overall, can experience weight loss, smoothed skin, reduced LDL cholesterol, improved libido and sexual function, and more. Talk with a physician who can understand your specific health condition and needs, and see if hormone replacement therapy may be right for you. To learn more about HGH injections please look us up on Google at "The Conscious Evolution Institute of Hormone Replacement Therapy" and visit our website at www dot HGH dot TV.
26 Sep 2017
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How to Reduce the Risk of Prostate Cancer|ua prostate cancer screening Prostate cancer is the most common cancer and the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths among men in the United States.[1] The prostate is a walnut-sized gland behind the base of a man’s penis and below the urinary bladder. Its function is to make seminal fluid, which is the liquid in semen that protects, supports, and helps transport sperm.[2] Once you understand the risk factors of prostate cancer, you can undergo tests, implement lifestyle changes, or take medications or supplements to help reduce your risk of prostate cancer. 1 Learn about personal risk factors. Some of the major personal risk factors for prostate cancer are age and family history. The risk of prostate cancer increases the older you get. Although approximately 75% of the cases of prostate cancer have no pattern or order, about 20% of those with prostate cancer have had cases of the disease in their family previously. There are also approximately 5% of cases that are hereditary. More than 80% of prostate cancers are diagnosed in men over the age of 65. If you have a first-degree relative, which would be a father, brother, or son, with prostate cancer, your risk of developing prostate cancer is two to three times higher than the average risk.
27 Sep 2017
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How to Treat Prostate Cancer with Androgen Deprivation Therapy|hormone treatment for prostate cancer works by which action Androgen Deprivation Therapy—also known as hormone therapy—is a way of lowering certain hormones (“androgens”) in the male body to treat prostate cancer. (Surgical therapy is also an option.) Studies have shown that prostate cancer may shrink or grow at a slower pace when androgen levels are reduced. Thus, many doctors and prostate cancer patients look to androgen deprivation therapy as an important prostate cancer treatment. By learning about it and consulting your physician, you may find that undergoing androgen deprivation therapy is the right treatment for you. 1 Talk to your doctor. After your initial diagnosis of prostate cancer in previously untreated prostate cancer patients, you’ll likely schedule a series of appointments with an oncological specialist. Your doctor will evaluate your condition and circumstances and make a recommendation about potential treatments. A physician will gather detailed medical history and perform a physical exam, if they have not done so already. Your doctor will explain to you your diagnosis, prognosis, and potential treatments. Based on diagnostics, they will likely talk about your “grade” or level of prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is graded on a scale from 1 through 10, with 5 or above indicating tissue that is extremely abnormal and indicative of cancer. This is called a Gleason Score the higher the Gleason Score the more aggressive the cancer
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With Integrated Speech Analytics to yield higher revenue conversion and Data Analytics to build recommendation engines for Advisors, Intelenet is setting new benchmarks for travel process transformation. We provide End to End Solution Provider for some of the leading travel companies in the world across all areas of long term relationships as Voice like Telesales, Customer Service, Escalations and Support Helpdesk as well as Data/Back Office Operations like Fulfillment, Contract Loading and F&A.
27 Sep 2017
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How to Prevent Skin Cancer|ways to reduce skin cancer Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Over 3.5 million new cases of skin cancer are diagnosed annually, and more than 90% of these are directly related to too much sun or UV exposure;[1] however, the good news is that with preventative strategies, as well as with early detection and treatment of any worrisome skin lesions, you greatly increase your chances of preventing skin cancer. 1 Understand that most skin cancers are easily curable.[16] Even though the word "cancer" can strike fear in us the moment we hear it, skin cancer is actually one of the most curable forms of cancer. When caught early, it can oftentimes be removed with no long-term ramifications. The key to curability depends on both the specific type of skin cancer, as well as the time-frame in which it is noticed and excised by a physician. If the skin cancer is either a precursor lesion (a precancerous growth), a "squamous cell carcinoma," or a "basal cell carcinoma," it can most likely be removed and cured. These are types of cancers or pre-cancers that, when caught early, rarely cause long-term consequences. Melanoma, on the other hand, is the most dangerous form of skin cancer. Although it is the least common diagnosis, it is the leading cause of death from skin cancer, and the fastest one to metastasize (spread) to other areas of the body. Fortunately, with early identification, many melanomas can be noticed, excised, and effectively "cured" as well; however, the risk is certainly higher with this subtype and thus of greater concern. 2 Biopsy or excise any worrisome lesions.[17] When you see your doctor and show them your skin lesion, they will evaluate it and may recommend biopsying (taking a sample of) or excising (completely cutting out) any lesions that are potential cancers. If your doctor recommends a biopsy or excision, they will most likely send you to a medical specialist (a dermatologist, who specializ
28 Sep 2017
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How to diabetes and cardiovascular disease Heart disease is an umbrella term that covers a variety of cardiovascular conditions, including blood vessel diseases, coronary artery disease, arrhythmia, congenital heart defects and infections of the heart.[1] Although heart disease is a serious condition, there are some simple steps that you can take to lower your risk of developing heart disease, such as eating a heart healthy diet, staying active, managing stress, and quitting smoking. Some factors are beyond control, but you can help to protect yourself from heart disease by taking charge of the factors that you can control. 1 Lose weight if you are overweight. Carrying extra weight puts a strain on your heart which can cause heart disease later in life. You are at an even higher risk if you carry excess weight around your waist. Strive to maintain a healthy weight to avoid complications of being overweight now or later in life.[13] Check your BMI using the American Heart Association's BMI calculator 2 Exercise for 30 minutes five days per week. Getting 30 minutes of moderate physical activity five days per week will help you to protect yourself from heart disease. Developing good exercise habits from a young age and maintaining those habits for your lifetime will improve your chances of staying in shape and reaping the benefits of exercise for your heart.[14] Aim for five 30 minute moderate exercise sessions five days per week, but keep in mind that you can divide these sessions into smaller ones throughout the day. For example, you could exercise for 15 minutes in the morning and 15 minutes at night, or do three 10 minute sessions spread throughout the day. As an alternative, you can do 25 minutes of vigorous activity three days per week and some kind of moderate to high intensity muscle training twice per week. 3 Manage stress. Stress causes damage to your arteries which may lead to heart disease, so it is important to develop techniques for managing stress.[15
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