Date:01.08.2010. Time: 22.00

LAND MINES KILLING INNOCENT PEOPLE

   

Man Dies after Land Mines Wash Up On Shore

A man has been killed and another wounded after dozens of land mines washed up on the shores of South Korea, apparently swept down from North Korea by torrential rain. The men found two wooden boxes containing land mines floating on a river near the North Korea border while they were fishing, a military official said. It is not clear if the pair knew the boxes contained the explosive devices but they picked up them up to take home. As they carried them away, one of the land mines exploded. A 48-year-old man was instantly killed and a 25-year-old man was seriously injured. The explosion was reported shortly before midnight on Saturday in a restricted border area in Yeoncheon, 35 miles northeast of Seoul. South Korea's defence ministry said dozens of boxes containing around 35 land mines have been retrieved along streams connected to the Imjin River since Saturday. It is unclear how the mines ended up drifting into the South but rising rapids triggered by recent heavy rain in the North could have been the cause, military officials said. It was unlikely North Korea intentionally released the land mines, the officials added. Tensions between the two countries remain high after the South accused the North of torpedoing one of its warships on March 26. The two countries technically remain at war because their three-year conflict ended in a ceasefire in 1953 without the signing of a peace treaty.


Date:02.08.2010. Time: 22.00



Cloned cow offspring in food chain
Meat from the offspring of a cloned cow entered the food chain last year, the Food Standards Agency has said.
The revelation came as the FSA continued to investigate reports that products from the offspring of cloned animals had entered the UK food chain. A probe was launched in the wake of claims a British farmer had admitted using milk in his daily production without labeling it as from the offspring of a cloned cow. The FSA said it had traced a single animal, Dundee Paradise, believed to be part of a dairy herd, but could not confirm that milk from the animal had entered the food chain. It added that as part of the investigation it had identified two bulls born in the UK from embryos harvested from a cloned cow in the US - both of which had been slaughtered. The FSA said meat from one had entered the food chain and "will have been eaten" and meat from the other had been stopped from entering the food chain. A spokeswoman said: "As part of this investigation, the Agency has traced two bulls born in the UK from embryos harvested from a cloned cow in the US. Both of these bulls have been slaughtered. "The first, Dundee Paratrooper, was born in December 2006 and was slaughtered in July 2009. Meat from this animal entered the food chain and will have been eaten. "The second, Dundee Perfect, was born in March 2007 and was slaughtered on July 27 2010. Meat from this animal has been stopped from entering the food chain. "The Agency is continuing its work on tracing the offspring of clones claimed to produce milk for the UK dairy industry. We have traced a single animal, Dundee Paradise, which is believed to be part of a dairy herd but at present we cannot confirm that milk from this animal has entered the food chain. As part of this investigation local authority officials are visiting the farm on which this herd is kept."


Date: 03.08.2010. Time: 22.00



Paralyzed Woman 'Starves' After Mum Dies

A paralyzed woman found dead at her home is believed to have starved to death after her mother died suddenly. Sam Wolf, 29, was found dead on the floor of her room, next to her wheelchair, according to reports. Her mother, 67-year-old Stephanie Wolf, is understood to have died several weeks ago. The pair was found at the home they shared in Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, on Saturday. Their bodies were partially decomposed. Hertfordshire County Council has said it was looking into the case. A spokeswoman said: "The situation at the moment is that they were known to adult care services but they refused the offer of our services." A source at the council said social services still had a duty to care for families who needed help, even if they refused it. A spokeswoman for Hertfordshire Police said that initial post-mortem examination results showed neither woman had suffered external injuries. There were no suspicious circumstances, she added. A structural assessment of Ms Wolf's home was carried out in August 1998. As a result, a number of ramps and rails were fitted to help her daughter. Further offers of support were also made but these were refused. Then, in March 2006, the council offered Ms Wolf the chance for her daughter to attend a day care centre but this was also refused. That was the last time the council was in contact with Ms Wolf and her daughter. The council is now reviewing its dealings with the family, the spokesman added.


Date: 04.08.2010. Time: 22.00




Dog Saves Drunk Man's Life By Eating His Toe

A dog who chewed off his owner's big toe when he passed out after a day of drinking has been hailed a lifesaver. Have-a-toe-hero' Kiko, a Jack Russell terrier, apparently sensed an infection in Jerry Douthett's right big toe. And he munched on it while his master was asleep at home in Rockford, Michigan. A trip to the hospital confirmed Douthett's digit needed amputation and alerted doctors to the fact that he had been suffering from undiagnosed Type 2 diabetes. Mr Douthett, 48, had been refusing to seek medical treatment for his infected toe for several weeks when the incident happened. He said he had been working up the courage to see a doctor when he downed several alcoholic drinks during a night out and passed out on his bed. He woke up to find the dog beside him and a pool of blood near his foot.

"The toe was gone," said Mr Douthett.

"He ate it. I mean, he must have eaten it, because we couldn't find it anywhere else in the house. I look down, there's blood all over, and my toe is gone." Doctors later discovered that the infection had reached the bone and were forced to amputate what was left of the toe. Before the surgery, Mr Douthett asked a nurse, "Is there any chance I can get whatever's left of my toe, so I can give it to Kiko as a treat?" "He's a hero. He pretty much just ate the infection. He saved my life," Mr Douthett told Wood TV, adding he has since sworn off alcohol. Kiko is still with the family but under observation by authorities.

Date:05.08.2010. Time: 22.00

London can learn from China

 

Incredible bus is also a tunnel
Chinese designers have come up with an innovative cost-effective public transport system: the tunnel bus. The remarkable bus straddles two lanes of traffic, allowing cars to drive underneath while it carries up to 1,200 passengers. It's environmentally sound too because it runs on electricity, using a state-of-the-art charging system. Called relay charging, the roof of the bus conducts electricity and contacts special charging posts as it moves along. It's cost-effective because there are two ways it could operate: first off, special tracks could be laid into each side of the road, like a tram. Or secondly, simple colored lines could be painted onto the road for it to follow automatically on conventional tyres. There'll be a driver on the bus at all times, though. Elevated bus stops will be erected to allow passenger to embark, or where there's no room for those the bus will have ladders. The emergency exits will be inflatable slides. And if the straddling bus seems all to futuristic to be true, amazingly it isn't - a pilot scheme involving over 115 miles of tracks in Beijing will begin before 2011. The trials will focus on traffic management and safety. Managing traffic flow is an issue: how, for example, to guarantee a bus can turn off a road safely while there is no traffic underneath. The advanced stage of the plan suggests this is not an insurmountable issue. Then who knows - it could revolutionize public transport outside of China. London, perhaps?



Date:06.08.2010. Time: 22.00


WHO DROPPED ATOMIC BOMB ON INNOCENT PEOPLE IN JAPAN?

 


USA ON 06.07.1945 AT 12.00 GMT DROPPED TWO NUCLEAR BOMBS ON HIROSHIMA + NAKASAKI KILLING PEOPLE
During the final stages of World War II in 1945, the United States conducted two atomic bombings against the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan. After six months of intense strategic fire-bombing of 67 Japanese cities the Japanese government ignored an ultimatum given by the Potsdam Declaration. By executive order of President Harry S. Truman the U.S. dropped the nuclear weapon "Little Boy" on the city of Hiroshima on Monday, August 6, 1945, followed by the detonation of "Fat Man" over Nagasaki on August 9. These two events are the only active deployments of nuclear weapons in war The target was chosen as Hiroshima was a city of considerable military importance, containing Japan's Second Army Headquarters, as well as being a communications center and storage depot. Within the first two to four months of the bombings, the acute effects killed 90,000–166,000 people in Hiroshima and 60,000–80,000 in Nagasaki, with roughly half of the deaths in each city occurring on the first day. The Hiroshima prefectural health department estimates that, of the people who died on the day of the explosion, 60% died from flash or flame burns, 30% from falling debris and 10% from other causes. During the following months, large numbers died from the effect of burns, radiation sickness, and other injuries, compounded by illness. In a more plausible estimate of the total immediate and short term cause of death, 15–20% died from radiation sickness, 20–30% from flash burns, and 50–60% from other injuries, compounded by illness. In both cities, most of the dead were civilians.
Six days after the detonation over Nagasaki, on August 15, Japan announced its surrender to the Allied Powers, signing the Instrument of Surrender on September 2, officially ending the Pacific War and therefore World War II. Germany had signed its Instrument of Surrender on May 7, ending the war in Europe. The bombings led, in part, to post-war Japan adopting Three Non-Nuclear Principles, forbidding the nation from nuclear armament. The role of the bombings in Japan's surrender and the U.S.'s ethical justification for them, as well as their strategically importance, is still debated.

Date:07.08.2010. Time: 22.00

Safety design for people








Date:08.08.2010. Time: 22.00



SHISHEH or Babolbabol or Ghalyan. The above tool is used by many people in  central London to smoke. Some people think that in this method of smoking there is less harm to the body. It is not true. In this system one is smoking 100 cigarettes in an hour, therefore there is more harm to the brain. 


Date: 09.08.2010. Time: 22.00 





Fidel Castro Says It is Obama’s Call to Avoid a Nuclear War

HAVANA, Cuba, Aug 7 (acn) Commander in Chief Fidel Castro insisted on his warning of the terrible consequences a new war could bring to mankind and reiterated his call to US President Barack Obama to avoid an armed conflict, during an extraordinary meeting of the parliament. In his statement at the meeting, which was also attended by President Raul Castro, Fidel said he hopes Obama will become aware of the consequences of the decision he has to take and asked the leaders of the world powers, whether they are US allies or not, to join his call to urge Obama not to give the order to attack. Fidel pointed out that the conditions for an unexpected situation were developing.  He considered the recent removal from the punishment cell of Gerardo Hernandez, one of the five Cuban antiterrorist fighters imprisoned in the US, was something that had not happened in years of fierce hatred by the United Statesagainst Cuba. Fidel said that Washington’s next step could be either to authorize Hernandez’s wife Adriana Perez to visit her husband in jail, his immediate release, or both.

He noted that Hernandez’ mood is the best he has had in 12 years of imprisonment, while stressing that the antiterrorist fighter will not give an inch to the US demands.

Fidel stated that, on the other hand, the US has mobilized various war forces to initiate an aggression. He said when the critical moment comes, president Barack Obama would be the one to give the order of the announced and expected attack, with which he would be ordering the instant death not only of hundreds of millions of people, including a countless numbers of people from his own country, but also of the US troops and fleet around Iran. Fidel added that another consequence of Obama’s decision was that the war could expand to the Near and Far East and all of Africa. He again repeated his call for the leaders of the most powerful countries, allies or not, to beg Obama not to authorize that aggression.  Fidel said the current world order will eventually disappeared, and that the convertible currencies imposed by imperialism will lose their value as instruments of domination, while new forms of the distribution of goods, services, education and direction of social process will emerge.  Otherwise, if the war breaks out, the current social order will abruptly vanish and the price will be much higher, Fidel warned. However, the world population could be renewed, non-renewable resources could be preserved, climate change could be avoided, useful work for all humans could be guaranteed, the sick could be treated; the essential knowledge, culture, science at the service of humanity could be secured; children, teenagers and youths across the world would not die in that nuclear holocaust, highlighted Fidel, before giving the floor to the deputies.


Date: 10.08.2010. Time:2200



Hawking: Humans must colonize space

The human race must colonise space within the next two centuries or it will become extinct, Stephen Hawking has warned. The renowned astrophysicist said he fears mankind is in great danger and its future "must be in space" if it is to survive. In an interview with website Big Think he said threats to the existence of the human race, such as the 1963 Cuban missile crisis, are likely to increase in the future and plans to handle them must be put in place now. "We shall need great care and judgment to negotiate them all successfully," he told Big Think. "But I'm an optimist. If we can avoid disaster for the next two centuries, our species should be safe, as we spread into space." Professor Hawking also warned that population rise and finite resources on Earth meant life was becoming increasingly dangerous and the only way to build upon the progress made over the last century was to look out to the rest of the galaxy. He added: "That is why I'm in favour of manned, or should I say 'personed', space flight." Earlier this year, Professor Hawking warned that exploring space may not be entirely without risk. In a series for the Discovery Channel, he said humans should be wary about making contact with alien life forms as they may not be friendly.




Date:11.08.2010. Time: 22.00




Breath Test To Detect Most Common Cancers


A breath test could one day be used to detect four of the most common types of cancer, scientists believe. Researchers in Israel have developed sensors that can spot chemical signs of lung, breast, bowel and prostate cancer in a person's breath. They believe further work could lead to a cheap, portable "electronic nose" capable of diagnosing cancer at an early stage. The team, from the Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, carried out tests on 177 volunteers, some healthy and others with different types of cancer. Professor Abraham Kuten, who led the team, said: "This study shows that an 'electronic nose' can distinguish between healthy and malignant breath. "(It) can also differentiate between the breath of patients with different cancer types. "If we can confirm these initial results in large-scale studies, this new technology could become a simple tool for early diagnosis of cancer along with imaging. "It could also be an easy way to assess and monitor the effectiveness of cancer treatment and detect relapses earlier." The development, revealed in the British Journal of Cancer, has been welcomed by a leading British cancer charity, although it has urged a degree of caution. Dr Lesley Walker, of Cancer Research UK, said: "It is important to say at the outset that this is a small study at a very early stage and much more research is needed. "These results are interesting and show that there is the potential to develop a single breath test to detect these cancers. "Strengthening the methods for early diagnosis of cancer as well as improved treatments will have a significant impact on cutting death rates."



Date: 12.08.2010. Time: 22.00






Guide to portion size


Portion sizes have grown considerably in recent years – one study in the US found that some foods had grown to up to five times their original size since the 1970s!…
Portion sizes have grown considerably in recent years – in fact, one study in the US found that some foods had grown to up to five times their original size since the 1970s! Mammoth servings in restaurants, the rise of all-you-can-eat buffets, super-size fast food meals, family packs of crisps in the supermarket and jumbo lattes in coffee chains have all contributed to this phenomenon. To add to the problem, due to lifestyle changes, many people now eat away from home, giving them less control over the amount of food on their plates – research has shown that people are more likely to overeat when given large portions because it’s harder to gauge what is a ‘normal’ or acceptable amount. Larger portions can lead to an increase in calorie intake that, over time, can cause weight gain. This in turn can cause health problems such as diabetes and heart disease. So it’s a good move to keep an eye on portion sizes when you can. That isn’t to say you should be eating so little that you end up going hungry – rather more about listening to your body and putting down your fork when you’re full!

What's the ideal portion size?

Ultimately, getting a healthy diet is about getting the right foods in the right amounts. Here are a few final tips to bear in mind when you are next dishing-up:
 

• The meat or other protein-based part of your meal should be around the size of a deck of cards.
• The starchy part of your meal, for example: the rice, potatoes, bread or grains should be around the size of one tennis ball or your balled fist.
• If possible, fruits and vegetables should fill around half of your plate.
• Fats and oils should be kept to a minimum, for example: less than one tablespoon.
Ways to keep portion sizes sensible:
• Don’t super-size – fast foods aren’t recommended as part of a healthy diet, but if you do find yourself tempted to tuck into a burger, order the regular- or small-sized meal. Large or extra-large meals can be value for money, but they are extremely high in fat and calories, and can contain bad fats; the trans fatty acids.
• It’s not just foods that are available in out sized portions: fizzy drinks, milkshakes and sweet, milky coffees are too. These can be high in calories, so again, stick to regular or small sizes.
• Try to avoid over sized foods such as giant cookies.
• When eating out, don’t feel guilty about leaving food on your plate. Most people have grown up with the notion that they have to clear their plates at every meal. If leaving foods seems wasteful to you, ask for a child’s portion or a half-portion – most restaurants are happy to oblige.
• If you find yourself in an all-you-can-eat venue, reach for a small plate, and fill up only once.
• When cooking at home, dish-up half the portion you would normally have; if you still feel hungry after dinner, eat the rest. You may surprise yourself though and find that you are already full, in which case you save the rest for lunch the next day. This halves the price of your meal too, saving pennies!
• When preparing packaged foods, check labels for ‘number of servings’ in the pack – you may be surprised to find that one pack contains more than one serving. Following suggested serving sizes can help keep portion size down.
• Try not to eat out of big bags of snacks such as crisps, nuts or sweets – this will only tempt you to keep picking; dish out a serving in a small bowl instead.
• Don’t worry too much about portions when eating nutritious foods such as fruit, veg, pulses and whole grains – rather, concentrate on cutting down on portions of fatty, sugary foods – these contain the most calories and the least nutrients. For example, one extra-large portion of fries can contain more than 600 calories – around the same amount as 11 carrots plus 11 tablespoons of hummus! The latter would not only provide more nutrients (such as fiber and vitamin A) but also more bulk – it’s doubtful that anyone could eat one portion of fries – however large – and feel as full as they would after eating 11 carrots.
Guide to portion size
Portion sizes have grown considerably in recent years – one study in the US found that some foods had grown to up to five times their original size since the 1970s!…
Portion sizes have grown considerably in recent years – in fact, one study in the US found that some foods had grown to up to five times their original size since the 1970s! Mammoth servings in restaurants, the rise of all-you-can-eat buffets, super-size fast food meals, family packs of crisps in the supermarket and jumbo lattes in coffee chains have all contributed to this phenomenon. To add to the problem, due to lifestyle changes, many people now eat away from home, giving them less control over the amount of food on their plates – research has shown that people are more likely to overeat when given large portions because it’s harder to gauge what is a ‘normal’ or acceptable amount. Larger portions can lead to an increase in calorie intake that, over time, can cause weight gain. This in turn can cause health problems such as diabetes and heart disease. So it’s a good move to keep an eye on portion sizes when you can. That isn’t to say you should be eating so little that you end up going hungry – rather more about listening to your body and putting down your fork when you’re full!
What's the ideal portion size?
Ultimately, getting a healthy diet is about getting the right foods in the right amounts. Here are a few final tips to bear in mind when you are next dishing-up:
• The meat or other protein-based part of your meal should be around the size of a deck of cards.
• The starchy part of your meal, for example: the rice, potatoes, bread or grains should be around the size of one tennis ball or your balled fist.
• If possible, fruits and vegetables should fill around half of your plate.
• Fats and oils should be kept to a minimum, for example: less than one tablespoon.
Ways to keep portion sizes sensible:
• Don’t super-size – fast foods aren’t recommended as part of a healthy diet, but if you do find yourself tempted to tuck into a burger, order the regular- or small-sized meal. Large or extra-large meals can be value for money, but they are extremely high in fat and calories, and can contain bad fats; the trans fatty acids.
• It’s not just foods that are available in out sized portions: fizzy drinks, milkshakes and sweet, milky coffees are too. These can be high in calories, so again, stick to regular or small sizes.
• Try to avoid over sized foods such as giant cookies.
• When eating out, don’t feel guilty about leaving food on your plate. Most people have grown up with the notion that they have to clear their plates at every meal. If leaving foods seems wasteful to you, ask for a child’s portion or a half-portion – most restaurants are happy to oblige.
• If you find yourself in an all-you-can-eat venue, reach for a small plate, and fill up only once.
• When cooking at home, dish-up half the portion you would normally have; if you still feel hungry after dinner, eat the rest. You may surprise yourself though and find that you are already full, in which case you save the rest for lunch the next day. This halves the price of your meal too, saving pennies!
• When preparing packaged foods, check labels for ‘number of servings’ in the pack – you may be surprised to find that one pack contains more than one serving. Following suggested serving sizes can help keep portion size down.
• Try not to eat out of big bags of snacks such as crisps, nuts or sweets – this will only tempt you to keep picking; dish out a serving in a small bowl instead.
• Don’t worry too much about portions when eating nutritious foods such as fruit, veg, pulses and wholegrains – rather, concentrate on cutting down on portions of fatty, sugary foods – these contain the most calories and the least nutrients. For example, one extra-large portion of fries can contain more than 600 calories – around the same amount as 11 carrots plus 11 tablespoons of hummus! The latter would not only provide more nutrients (such as fibre and vitamin A) but also more bulk – it’s doubtful that anyone could eat one portion of fries – however large – and feel as full as they would after eating 11 carrots.
Guide to portion size
Portion sizes have grown considerably in recent years – one study in the US found that some foods had grown to up to five times their original size since the 1970s!…
Portion sizes have grown considerably in recent years – in fact, one study in the US found that some foods had grown to up to five times their original size since the 1970s! Mammoth servings in restaurants, the rise of all-you-can-eat buffets, super-size fast food meals, family packs of crisps in the supermarket and jumbo lattes in coffee chains have all contributed to this phenomenon. To add to the problem, due to lifestyle changes, many people now eat away from home, giving them less control over the amount of food on their plates – research has shown that people are more likely to overeat when given large portions because it’s harder to gauge what is a ‘normal’ or acceptable amount. Larger portions can lead to an increase in calorie intake that, over time, can cause weight gain. This in turn can cause health problems such as diabetes and heart disease. So it’s a good move to keep an eye on portion sizes when you can. That isn’t to say you should be eating so little that you end up going hungry – rather more about listening to your body and putting down your fork when you’re full!
What's the ideal portion size?
Ultimately, getting a healthy diet is about getting the right foods in the right amounts. Here are a few final tips to bear in mind when you are next dishing-up:
• The meat or other protein-based part of your meal should be around the size of a deck of cards.
• The starchy part of your meal, for example: the rice, potatoes, bread or grains should be around the size of one tennis ball or your balled fist.
• If possible, fruits and vegetables should fill around half of your plate.
• Fats and oils should be kept to a minimum, for example: less than one tablespoon.
Ways to keep portion sizes sensible:
• Don’t super-size – fast foods aren’t recommended as part of a healthy diet, but if you do find yourself tempted to tuck into a burger, order the regular- or small-sized meal. Large or extra-large meals can be value for money, but they are extremely high in fat and calories, and can contain bad fats; the trans fatty acids.
• It’s not just foods that are available in outs ized portions: fizzy drinks, milkshakes and sweet, milky coffees are too. These can be high in calories, so again, stick to regular or small sizes.
• Try to avoid over sized foods such as giant cookies.
• When eating out, don’t feel guilty about leaving food on your plate. Most people have grown up with the notion that they have to clear their plates at every meal. If leaving foods seems wasteful to you, ask for a child’s portion or a half-portion – most restaurants are happy to oblige.
• If you find yourself in an all-you-can-eat venue, reach for a small plate, and fill up only once.
• When cooking at home, dish-up half the portion you would normally have; if you still feel hungry after dinner, eat the rest. You may surprise yourself though and find that you are already full, in which case you save the rest for lunch the next day. This halves the price of your meal too, saving pennies!
• When preparing packaged foods, check labels for ‘number of servings’ in the pack – you may be surprised to find that one pack contains more than one serving. Following suggested serving sizes can help keep portion size down.
• Try not to eat out of big bags of snacks such as crisps, nuts or sweets – this will only tempt you to keep picking; dish out a serving in a small bowl instead.
• Don’t worry too much about portions when eating nutritious foods such as fruit, veg, pulses and whole grains – rather, concentrate on cutting down on portions of fatty, sugary foods – these contain the most calories and the least nutrients. For example, one extra-large portion of fries can contain more than 600 calories – around the same amount as 11 carrots plus 11 tablespoons of hummus! The latter would not only provide more nutrients (such as fiber and vitamin A) but also more bulk – it’s doubtful that anyone could eat one portion of fries – however large – and feel as full as they would after eating 11 carrots.



Date:13.08.2010. Time: 22.00








Skin biggest organ needs special care. Tattooing is not healthy. Read from the main menu which is for this item. Skin need feeding, the best is olive oil, almond oil. Once a month massage your entire body with natural oil such as olive, almond oil.




Date: 14.08.2010. Time: 22.00



Prevention is better than medical treatment.
 





Look at the picture closely. When we do not look after ourselves then we will be ended up in a hospital, then anything could be done to us as a medical treatment. In this picture the surgeon is standing over the patient body while he is unconscious.  Is this part of operation????  


Date:15.08.2010. Time: 22.00

SWIMMING IN POLLUTED MEXICO 'S WATER IS SAFE FOR OBOMA



Obama, daughter swim in Gulf in act of reassurance

Oil leak made so much damage to the environment, as well as small businesses. PANAMA CITY, Florida — US President Barack Obama and his daughter have taken a dip in the Gulf of Mexico in an attempt to reassure Americans that, despite a massive oil spill, its waters remain safe for tourists. The president, First Lady Michelle Obama, and their younger daughter, Sasha, traveled to this Florida panhandle city to talk to local officials and business leaders, and highlight the region's tourist attractions. "Oil is no longer flowing into the Gulf," said Obama, speaking at a regional US Coast Guard headquarters. "But I'm here to tell you that our job is not finished, and we are not going anywhere until it is." Obama said that he wanted to deliver the message directly to residents of the Gulf Coast, which he has visited four times since an April explosion on a BP-l eased oil rig triggered the disaster. "I made a commitment in my visits here that I was going to stand with you... until you have fully recovered from the damage that has been done. And that is a commitment my administration is going to keep," he said. And Obama also demanded that BP speed up processing of compensation claims, saying that "any delays -- by BP or by those managing the new fund -- are unacceptable." Earlier this week BP made its first deposit into the 20-billion-dollar Gulf of Mexico oil disaster fund intended to compensate thousands of residents and businesses hit by the largest maritime oil spill of all time. During the height of the spill Obama urged his fellow Americans to continue taking vacations in the region, famous for its sugar-white beaches, and heavily dependent on tourism. Obama later went for a swim with Sasha at Panama City Beach, away from the public and press cameras, with only an official photo of the pair -- heads bobbing just above the water line -- issued by the White House. While the image might go far to reassure Americans that Gulf waters are safe, Obama had stressed he would take a presidential plunge in private. The last time Obama, who is physically fit, was photographed swimming without a shirt was in December 2008, shortly before he took office. The pictures were broadly circulated and used on the cover of news magazines. When a reporter covering the Obamas' Florida vacation joked that this publicity was a good thing, Michelle Obama shook her head and said, "No, it's not." The president and his family are scheduled to return to Washington on Sunday. The trip comes after US officials announced that energy giant BP's runaway well had been sealed, and that they were moving ahead with plans to make sure it is truly "killed" by pumping cement in through a relief well under the Gulf of Mexico. Pressure tests showed that the well no longer has "direct communication with the reservoir" thanks to a "top kill" operation which pumped drilling mud and cement down through the wellhead, US spill chief Thad Allen said. Allen on Saturday issued a directive for BP to run a new series of tests and provide plans to ensure the safety of the "bottom kill" operation, before he gives the green light for a relief well to resume drilling. The relief well, which is approximately 100 feet (30 meters) short of intersecting the well bore, was delayed several days because of a storm. Once it resumes, the bottom kill operation is expected to take four days. The huge spill threatened the fish and wildlife-rich Gulf Coast with environmental ruin and plunged residents of coastal communities into months of anguish over their livelihoods and the region's future. The week after his Florida sojourn, Obama is scheduled for a multi-stop trip around the United States, starting in Wisconsin, where he is to visit factories specializing in renewable energy production and fund-raise for Democrats. Monday evening will see him in Los Angeles for another fundraising event, before he heads to the north western state of Washington on Tuesday for a meeting on health care reform in Seattle, the White House said. Later this month the First Family is scheduled to vacation in Martha's Vineyard, an elite Massachusetts resort island, in the US northeast.


Date:16.08.2010. Time: 22.00





"WHY FASTING IS GOOD FOR US??"



Fasting has been found to be an effective treatment for psychological and emotional disorders. It helps a person to firm up his will, cultivate and refine his taste and manners, strengthen his conviction of doing good, avoid controversy, petulance and rashness, which all contribute towards a safe and healthy personality. Besides nurturing resistance and ability to face hardships and endurance, fasting reflects on outward physical appearance by cutting out gluttony and getting rid of excess fat. The benefits of fasting on health do not stop there but are instrumental in alleviating a number of physical diseases, including those of the digestive systems, such as chronic stomach-ache, inflammation of the colon, liver diseases, indigestion, and conditions such as obesity, arteriosclerosis, high blood pressure, asthma, diphtheria and many other maladies. A Swiss physician Dr. Barsilus noted that: The advantages of hunger as a remedy exceed those ingesting medicine several times. Generally speaking, fasting hastens the destruction of the decaying tissues of the body by means of hunger, and then builds new tissues through nutrition. This is why some scientists suggest that fasting should be regarded as an effective means of restoring youthfulness and longevity. However, exempts from fasting sick and old people whose health is bound to deter.




Date: 17.08.2010. Time: 2010

                     It is fun and damages will not be covered by insurance.




Date: 18.08.2010. Time:22.00

TATTOO IS UNHEALTHY PLEASE READ THE SECTION.



Date: 19.08.2010. Time:22.00



Implant offers hope for sight loss

A biodegradable implant which releases a drug slowly into the eye could help thousands of people suffering sight loss, it has been announced. Retinal vein occlusion (RVO) affects more than 200,000 people in the UK and can lead to a sudden loss of vision. It is caused by blockages in the retinal veins, which drain away blood from the retinal cells at the back of the eye. The blood builds up and creates swelling, which damages the cells of the retina and therefore sight. People can experience sudden sight loss, blurred vision, straight lines appearing wavy, or the appearance of a black spot in their central vision. Now, a new implant called Ozurdex has been approved for use in the UK as the only treatment for RVO. The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) said the implant was an "exciting new development" although it has yet to be appraised by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) for widespread use on the NHS. The implant, which is injected directly into the back of the eye near the retina, has been shown to improve or help to prevent the worsening of sight loss. In the first two months, a high dose of the anti-inflammatory medicine dexamethasone is released, which reduces swelling. A lower dose of dexamethasone is then released slowly over the next four months, which stops the swelling in the retina from getting worse.



Date:20.08.2010. Time: 22.00


PERFECT FOOD FROM AMAZON 



Acai Berry Diet Exposed: Miracle Diet or Scam?

Acai berries are the latest weight loss fad. These so called Super Foods that you take as a supplement to lose weight have been getting a lot of international attention, especially here in Britain. And like you have probably already seen; they are all over the internet in blogs and success stories of people who have apparently used the pills and lost a ton of weight. But we here at Daily Health Alerts are a little skeptical and aren‘t sure that we‘ve seen any real proof that these pills work for weight loss. So we decided to put these products to the test. What better way of finding out the truth than to conduct our own study? To get started, I volunteered to be the guinea pig. I applied for a bottle of the Acai Optimum. While there are ton's of Acai berry ads online, Acai Optimum is one of the most credible and trustworthy suppliers on the market. It included the free* trial of the product and it did not try to fool me into agreeing to additional hidden offers. Another reason why I chose Acai Optimum is because it is the most concentrated and purest acai products on the market. This would give me the most accurate results for my test.

Here is what Acai Optimum claimed on their website...

  • 4 Times More Weight Loss Than Diet And Exercise

  • Boosts Energy

  • Rich in Antioxidants

  • Promotes Cardiovascular and Digestive Health

Were pretty sceptical, but wanted to find out for ourselves if this product could actually do everything that it claimed. Most of the success stories talk about combining Acai berry with colon cleansing products to achieve maximum weight loss. I decided to do the same. The idea behind combining the products is that while the Acai Berry encourages weight loss and increases energy, the colon cleanse helps rid your body of toxins and allows your body to work and burn calories more efficiently. I chose Advanced Colon to test.

Here is what Advanced Colon claimed on their website...

  • Helps Eliminate Bad Toxins that have Built Up Over the Years

  • Removes ‘Sludge‘ from the Walls of the Colon

  • Helps Get Rid of Gas and Bloating

  • Helps to Regulate the Metabolism

And the Advanced Colon, like the Acai Berry, had a trial with a 100% satisfaction guarantee and had no hidden offers.

Putting Acai to the Test

Both the Acai Optimum and Advanced Colon arrived within 4 days of having placed my order online for the free* trials.

The bottles I received held a month‘s worth of pills which worked out perfect as I was to follow the supplement routine for 4 weeks time and document my progress throughout.


Date: 21.08.2010.Time: 22.00


"Never forget the time you are living in, try to do thing suitable to your time".


Judge Asks Doctors to Damage Criminal's Spine

A Saudi judge has asked several hospitals if they are willing to damage a man's spinal cord as punishment for a cleaver attack that left a 22-year-old paralysed.

The victim, Abdul-Aziz al Mutairi, became paralysed and subsequently lost a foot after a fight more than two years ago. An unnamed man was sentenced to 14 months in prison for the assault, but released after serving only half that time. The shortened jail time has reportedly enraged Mr Mutairi's family. His 27-year-old brother Khaled said they want an equivalent punishment for the attacker and have appealed to a judge in north western Tabuk province. "We are asking for our legal right under Islamic law," the brother said. "There is no better word than God's word - an eye for an eye." The judge has since asked several hospitals if medical paralysis was possible and would they perform the operation. Local newspapers reported a facility in the capital Riyadh had declined, saying it could not inflict such harm. Saudi Arabia enforces strict Islamic law and occasionally hands out punishments based on the ancient legal code. Amnesty International has expressed concerns over the reports and said it was contacting Saudi authorities for details. "We are very concerned and we will appeal to the authorities not to carry out such a punishment," said Lamri Chirouf, the group's researcher on Saudi Arabia. He added this was the first time Amnesty had heard of a punishment involving the damaging of a spinal cord. "It's hard to follow details of the Saudi justice system. People are sentenced in closed trials with no access to the public and no lawyers."

SAALAD: Forgiveness is also part of God’s commandment God loves people who forgive others. The best practical solution would be that the boy who did such crime to be responsible for the cost of care for the injured person who needs round the clock care for the rest of his life. He has to work hard to earn enough money to pay for the facilities other person needs.



Mahatma Gandhi stated: “An eye for an eye would make the whole mankind blind”. Therefore a wise decision is that the criminal would be responsible for the cost for the rest of his life. 



Date:22.08.2010. Time: 22.00

ARE YOU OVER 5o Please keep reading this part.

Much attention is paid to the nutritional needs of teenage girls and women in their childbearing years, but what about women over 50? Turns out, they have some special needs of their own.
Calcium — Bone Up

Women start losing calcium from their bones at the ripe old age of 30, and significant mineral loss begins after 50. In fact, the recommended daily calcium intake actually increases from 1,000 milligrams or women ages 19-50 to 1,200 milligrams for women over 50. Most women know that they need calcium to keep their bones strong, yet nine out of 10 women over 30 consume only half the recommended amount of calcium each day. If you're over 50 and you don't think you're getting 1,200 milligrams of calcium each day from low-fat dairy products and calcium-fortified foods, you should consider taking a supplement. Weight-bearing exercise should also be part of your active lifestyle. Along with actual weight training, weight-bearing exercise includes walking, running, yoga and tennis.

Fiber — Add Bulk

Adding bulk to your diet can help prevent you from adding it to your hips! A diet high in fiber helps keep you regular, and foods high in fiber provide a feeling of fullness, which can prevent you from overeating at meals. Additionally, fiber aids in lowering total cholesterol levels and has been shown to help prevent colon cancer. Recently, 10 grams of daily fiber (in the form of three apples a day) was found to cut the risk of heart disease, the No. 1 killer of both men and women in the United States.

Date:23.08.2010. Time: 22.00


MODERATION IS THE KEY TO A GOOD HEALTH











Food bingeing affects weight gain years later

A moment on the lips, a year on the hips appears to be all too true A moment on the lips really can mean a year on the hips, scientists say. A short period of binge eating can have long term effects on body weight and fat storage even after the initial weight gained is lost, a study has found. Volunteers who increased their calorie intake by 70 per cent and stopped exercising for four weeks were found to be heavier that expected more than two years later, despite losing the initial weight gained. In the study, eighteen volunteers gained an average of 14 lb through overeating and lack of exercise, compared with another group who ate and exercised as normal. Most of the people who increased their weight had shed the pounds six months later. However, after a year the binge eating group showed an increased fat mass of 3.3 lb compared with the healthy eating group. After two and a half years the difference was even greater. The researchers say the findings suggest that even a short period of excessive eating and lack of exercise can lead to changes to a person's physiology, making it harder for them to lose and keep off weight. Asa Ernersson at Linkoping University in Sweden, who led the research, said: "The change of fat mass was larger than expected when compared to the controls. "It suggests that even short-term behavioural changes may have prolonged effects on health." The findings are published in the journal Nutrition and Metabolism.



Date: 24.08.2010. Time: 22.00


Loving life and loving all is the key of success in this world and the hereafter.








Date: 25.08.2010. Time: 22.00


IT IS GOOD FOR YOU.









Date:26.08.2010. Time: 22.00


8 signs and warning which we must take it serious




Eight key cancer signs identified by scientists

Scientists have identified eight key cancer symptoms which should be investigated further by GPs.

Researchers say the eight symptoms predict the risk of cancer in specific age groups with such accuracy that doctors should refer patients for further investigation unless the symptoms can be explained by another medical condition.

The eight symptoms of which may predict cancer are:

  • rectal bleeding (bowel cancer)

  • blood in urine (urological cancers)

  • coughing up blood (lung cancer)

  • breast lump or mass (breast cancer)

  • difficulty swallowing (oesophageal cancer)

  • post menopausal bleeding (gynaecological cancers)

  • unusual prostate/rectal examination (prostate cancer)

  • iron deficiency anaemia (colon cancer)

However, each one can also be a symptom of another medical condition, which is why they need to be investigated. Scientists from Keele University analysed data from 25 studies from the UK, US, Netherlands, Belgium, Australia, Denmark and Germany to look for common signs of cancer. They say the symptoms and early tests could help GPs diagnose some cancers much earlier. Although the overall risk of cancer to someone with one of the symptoms is low, the researchers say the risk varies depending on age and gender and should always be checked. Commenting on the study, Dr Kevin Barraclough, a GP from Stroud, writes: "Iron deficiency anaemia in a 21-year old female is extremely unlikely to be due to colorectal cancer, whereas in a 60-year old male, cancer is likely." Professor Amanda Howe, honorary secretary of the Royal College of GPs, said: “It’s useful to see these well known ‘red flag’ symptoms and signs validated in primary care research, and reinforces the importance of encouraging patients to discuss worrying symptoms early with their GP. "Access and thorough examinations will help early diagnosis while further research gives us more detailed epidemiological thresholds for referral.”


Date:27.08.2010. Time: 22.00





Moderation in eating and drinking clean filtered water and a balance diet (Vegetable and fruits)  is the key to a good health.



Date: 28.08.2010. Time: 22.00



Health advice you should ignore

Medical advice you hear from your grannies or down at the pub is often surprising, but usually not all that reliable. So while it's true that rubbing a nettle sting with dock leaves works, there are many unlikely medical 'facts' which you can happily disregard. We've collected a few gems, with some proper science to debunk these medical myths.

We only use 10 per cent of our brains

Although you might think your batty uncle might be the perfect example, in fact scans show that all of the brain is active and playing a part in our thinking. Even small amounts of damage to the brain will cause mental impairment.

Sweets and other sugary treats make children hyperactive

Repeated studies have shown that children's behavior is not affected by the amount of sugar they've eaten - although parents rate their children as being more hyperactive if they think they have given them a sugary drink, even if it is, in fact, just water!

Breast feeding causes saggy breasts

Good news mothers - this is false. A study by American plastic surgeons found that breastfeeding had no effect on the shape of women's breasts. However being overweight or a smoker were linked to soggier breast appearance, as were the number of pregnancies, size of breast before pregnancy and the age of the woman.

We should drink 8 glasses of water a day to avoid dehydration

There is no scientific evidence to support this widely believed and often followed myth. Tea, coffee, fruit juice - even the food we eat - all provide us with fluid. In fact excessive intake of fluid can damage the body and can even be fatal.

Spinach is high in iron

There must have been something else in Popeye's diet, because spinach is not all that rich in iron. Apparently, when it was first measured the decimal point was written in the wrong place, overstating the iron content of spinach by a factor of 10. Spinach contains about 1mg of iron per 100g, whereas dried figs have 4.25mg, roast beef 2.5mg and curettes 2.4mg.

Warm milk helps you get to sleep at night

Milk contains the enzyme tryptophan which has been linked to the initial stages of sleep - but the amount in a glass of milk probably isn't enough to make us drowsy. But the psychological effect of warm milk at bedtime may be strong enough to put us in the mood for sleep!

Sick people should rest in bed

An analysis of 39 studies on the use of bed rest in treatment found that for many ailments staying in bed had no beneficial effect. In some cases it was actually harmful. Sorry, but going back to work is sometimes the best treatment!
You should wear a hat because we lose most of our body heat through our heads
Our heads don't give off any more heat than any other part of our body. If you are fully clothed then of course most of the heat will leave through your head because it is uncovered, but the same would be true for any other similarly sized body part.

Too much stress can give you ulcers

Actually, over 90 per cent of ulcers are caused by a bacterium, Helicobacter pylori.

If you are stung by a jellyfish you should pee on the sting

Before you start approaching people on the beach asking them to do the deed, you should know this is not true. There is nothing in urine that can counteract the effects of a jellyfish sting - in fact some stings will be further activated by it. But washing out the sting with warm water may alleviate the pain and prevent further skin damage, so this may be the source of the myth.


Date: 29.08.2010. Time: 22.00






Never miss breakfast. All the health problem starts when people miss having breakfast, or start with a tea or coffee. This is wrong. We should start with drinking clean water then with having some fresh fruit or boiled egg, or poached egg in hot water. Porridge and berries, fruit and yogurt, smoothie and any food you like. This let you go with a good level of energy till you need refueling again when you are
starving.






Date: 30.08.2010. Time: 22.00



DRUG IS KILLING PEOPLE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD




Britons Held After Drug Arrests

As many as 24 Britons are being held by police after a major operation against drug traffickers in Ibiza.  Officers from Spain's paramilitary police force targeted organised British gangs who were operating from houses in the holiday resort of San Antonio, on the Spanish island's west coast. They seized cocaine, ecstasy pills and other drugs. A spokesman for the Spanish Civil Guard said:"This operation is still going on and we cannot give any details at this stage. He added: "A pile of Britons have been detained."  In response to the arrests a Foreign Office spokesman said: "We are aware of a number of arrests in Ibiza involving British nationals. "We are offering consular assistance." Millions of tourists flood into Ibiza every year attracted by the island's reputation as one of the best clubbing destinations in the world. The British gangs are believed to travel to the island for the summer selling designer drugs to young revellers. In similar raids in Ibiza last September Spanish police arrested 25 Britons in gangs from Manchester and Liverpool.