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5 Foods That Protect You from Prostate Cancer There is growing evidence that certain micronutrients, more specifically antioxidants, may help prevent some forms of cancer. It has also been shown that lycopene and other antioxidants reduce the risk of cancer. Antioxidants may help shield against cancer and heart disease by neutralizing harmful molecules known as oxygen free radicals. The potential importance of diverse antioxidants in prostate cancer development is further supported by recent results indicating decreased prostate cancer incidence among men with increased exposure to selenium and vitamin E supplements. More and more research shows that antioxidants in vegetables, particularly tomatoes and broccoli, can lower prostate cancer risk, while foods from animals may increase risk. One dietary supplement which seems to dramatically reduce prostate cancer risk is lycopene, especially found in diets heavy in cooked tomatoes. Lycopene is a phytochemical that is found in certain fruits and vegetables like tomatoes and grapefruits. Tomatoes also contain significant quantities of potassium, as well as some vitamin A and vitamin E. Also, tomatoes figure prominently in a Mediterranean type diet, which includes plenty of fruits and vegetables and olive oil, and lesser amounts of meats and animal fat. These findings suggest that intake of lycopene or other compounds in tomatoes may reduce prostate cancer risk, but other measured carotenoids are unrelated to risk. Some scientists believe that rates of cancer in the modern world are largely tied to the drastic imbalances in our diets between Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids are found in salmon and other fatty fish, cold-water fish such as tuna, trout, striped bass, sardines, and herring, and are available in supplement capsules. Omega-3 enriched eggs from hens fed rations containing flaxseed are also very popular. Omega-6 fatty acids are concentrated in corn, sunflower and most oils in the
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Latin American voice overs. Spanish latin American neutral Spanish voice overs
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Responsibilities of a Security Guard - Business Benefits 1. Security guards or security personnel are enforcers of protective and preventive control to maintain and protect people, assets and property 2. The main functions of security guards are to monitor activities, prevent criminal activities and to neutralize threats before any damage is done 3. Security Guards can help make your business more productive by Improving Security, Interacting with Customers, Preventing Crime, and Handling Intense Situations 4. By carrying out their duties, security guards automatically improve the security of the business and its assets 5. Improved security- Improved security at the workplace results in -less potential threats and lower crimes, and -less stress while carrying out business operations, 6. Interacting With Customers- Security guards not only prevent crime and handle hostile situations, but also act as customer service ambassadors 7. Through their daily operations, security personnel actively -interact with customers, -help customers find products or locations, -greet customers at entry points, -and even escort customers to their vehicles, after dark 8. Preventing Crime- The presence of a security guard alone can reduce crime or potential criminal activity by a significant amount 9. In addition to this, security guards are trained to detect and eliminate threats, before any damage is done to people or property 10. Handling Intense Situations- Any business activity like purchase-returns, money transfers and payment defaults could result in a buildup of tension Security personnel are skilled in handling these situations, and any other intense situation that may arise at the workplace Visit yellowpages-uae com to Contact Security Guards Services in UAE i e www yellowpages-uae com/uae/security-guards
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The internet is under attack by huge telecoms like AT&T. Americans are fighting back, but does DC care? Or are they going to sell out the internet regardless? Musicians like Moby care because your ability to download and listen to music from iTunes and videos from the internet could be in jeopardy. The only way to save the internet from these big companies is through net neutrality.
2 Jul 2006
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Coca-Cola has announced plans to go totally water neutral.
8 Jun 2007
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This PBS special is officially called, "The Net At Risk" and it's part of the Bill Moyers series, "Moyers on America". An excerpt from the Moyers on America/Net At Risk site: "The debate is hot, the language heady, the metaphors many. Op-ed pages alternately bemoan "The End of the Internet" or curse "Net Neutrality Nonsense." Allegations fly about the stifling of free speech, the holding back of progress and corporate hegemony. Indeed, network neutrality has become something of a cause celebre in the digital world, pitting a slew of high-profile Internet content providers and consumer-advocacy groups against major phone and cable companies, and federal lawmakers against each other. But what exactly is net neutrality, and why does it seem to have everyone from Google and Yahoo! to Verizon and AT&T concerned? In a nutshell, the issue involves the transmission of data over broadband networks (e.g. DSL or cable internet services). As the number of sites on the Internet continues to grow and the quality of data becomes more sophisticated-encompassing video and audio files and other multimedia applications-broadband service providers (generally cable and phone companies) are seeking to regulate how material flows to users through their increasingly taxed networks. For most large providers, this has come down to one general desire: They could establish a tiered system of content delivery in which companies with data-heavy content can pay a fee to the providers in return for "special treatment" in transmission. An analogy: For those companies that pay the fee, their content would breeze through the fast-pass lane at the toll bridge, reaching users more quickly; those who don't pay will be stuck in the crowded, slow-moving line, and users will have to wait longer for their content to load." For more information: Moyers on America: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/moyersonamerica/index.html
11 Jun 2007
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http://live.pirillo.com - The idea of Network Neutrality is very good... in theory. Some companies, however, don't want Net Neutrality
19 Aug 2007
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Carbon Offset Programs.Travel Carbon Neutrally.Travel Video Alert Have a good trip and do not worry that your flight is spewing tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Carbon Offset programs are new and making it possible to travel with no carbon footprint. Travel Carbon neutral. This is Kaleel Sakakeeny with your Travel Video Alert More people are flying than ever and the Carbon Dioxide emitted by planes at high altitudes does more harm to the atmosphere than emission from cars, so no one can travel guilt free these days. However, Carbon Offset programs let travelers offset the gas they pass The programs offered on the web and by travel giants like Orbitz and Travelocity calculate how much Carbon Dioxide you are responsible for while you are flying the friendly skies They give you a dollar figure to pay to offset your carbon footprint and they will plant a tree with the money or back a wind power program My trip from Boston to San Francisco cost me 7 bucks to offset my ton of Carbon Dioxide, and the company plants a Douglass Fir Tree to make the air a little cleaner. Does it help or just feel good? It takes a 50 years for the tree to grow so I would rather see the airlines fly more fuel efficient planes, use less congested airports. But mostly I would like to see us stop buying big cars burgers and houses. Watch our other travel video alerts
8 Sep 2007
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http:www.webpronews.com WebProNews Reporter Abby Prince takes a look at the recent developments that have evolved around net neutrality. From the new legislation supporting net neutrality, to the FCC’s investigation of Comcast, to Comcast’s defense of their actions, to the impact this issue has on the U.S. Presidential election… WebProNews has it all. Get the full report including reactions to the recent developments from Google and the Open Internet Coalition, right here on WebProNews.
22 Feb 2008
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http://SavetheInternet.com The Raging Grannies greet the F.C.C. at a Stanford University hearing on Net Neutrality and the future of the Internet. April 17, 2008
18 Apr 2008
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Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles addresses what The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints political neutrality statement means for Mormons. 2007 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.
29 May 2008
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Some guy in a tractor trailer pulls over to get some sleep and leaves the truck in neutral.
10 Jul 2008
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Students sound off on whether they think gender neutral dorms should be the new norm.
15 Jul 2008
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Some guy in a tractor trailer pulls over to get some sleep and leaves the truck in neutral.
26 Sep 2008
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http://SavetheInternet.com Free Press Communications Director Craig Aaron on the FCC's landmark decision to censure Comcast for violating Net Neutrality. Aired on Democracy Now, August 4, 2008
5 Aug 2008
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