Date:01.07.2011. Time: 22.00

He was teaching about heart problems when he suddenly had heart attack himself

Man has heart attack during heart disease lecture

Experts on hand saved his life

When people turned up to hear Dr William Philip's lecture on heart disease, the last thing they expected was a practical demonstration.

The cardiologist was giving a lecture to more than 100 people at the Central Maine Medical Centre when he was interrupted by an audience member complaining of chest pain.

"We were talking about angina and this man raised his hand and said, 'I'm having it right now,'" Dr Phillips told the Sun Journal.

"I said, 'Are you kidding? And he said, 'No.'"

Fortunately, three cardiac nurses were also present. Just as they were about to get a wheelchair to take the victim to the emergency room at the hospital, the man collapsed.

"He had completely arrested," said Dr Phillips. "He had no pulse. He wasn't breathing."

The doctor and nurses sprang into action and started CPR on the patient. One of the nurses ran to get an automated external defibrillator to restart his heart.

"The AED saved his life," Dr Phillips said.

Meanwhile, the audience - many with heart problems - looked on.

"I can't tell you how I was hoping that guy was going to open his eyes, because, I thought, nothing could be worse if he dies right here," Dr Philips told the newspaper.

Paramedics arrived and the man was taken to the hospital's emergency room.

After checking that the man was recovering from his ordeal, Dr Phillips returned to continue with his lecture.

Heart attack first aid

If you think someone is having a heart attack, you must act quickly.

  • Call 999 or 112 for an ambulance
  • Sit the person down in a comfortable position
  • If they are conscious, give them a 300mg aspirin tablet to chew slowly
  • Don't leave them alone. Be prepared to administer CPR if they become unconscious and have trouble or stop breathing (cardiac arrest).

Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)

CPR consists of a combination of chest compressions and rescue breaths.

The aim of CPR is to maintain a flow of oxygenated blood to the brain and the heart when someone has stopped breathing, or is not breathing normally.

Chest compressions

  • Place the heel of one hand on the centre of the chest and place the other hand on top
  • Keeping your arms straight, push down on the chest with the heel of your hand. You should push down by 4 - 5cm
  • Keep your hands in place, release the pressure, and allow the chest to rise
  • Do this 30 times, then administer two rescue breaths

Rescue breaths

  • Make sure the airway is open and clear. Place a hand on their forehead and gently tilt the head back, and lift
  • Pinch the person's nose
  • Place your mouth over theirs
  • Blow into the person's mouth; you should see the chest rise
  • Repeat once more. As you take another breath you should see the person's chest fall

Continue with CPR until the emergency services arrive, or someone else can take over from you.

When carrying out CPR, you should try to perform 100 chest compressions per minute. If you can't bring yourself to administer rescue breaths, then give chest compressions only.


Date:02.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Do you have smelly feet???

If you suffer from smelly feet you will know the embarrassment and problems it can cause in day to day life. Wash your feet three times a day. This will kill the 5 bacteria which cause smelly feet. Simply sprinkle the some vinegar into your footwear each day for 7-10 days and see and smell the difference. Fungus is the cause of bad smell.

Date:03.07.2011. Time: 22.00


Most adults suffer from bad breath occasionally, although it may affect up to a quarter of adults on a regular basis. Bad breath is usually brought on by the breakdown of proteins by bacteria somewhere in the mouth. However, there are several other possible causes that affect the airways, oesophagus and stomach that can also lead to bad breath.


Factors that affect the mouth and cause bad breath

  • Gum disease.
  • Food stagnation between the teeth.
  • Dry mouth.
  • Excessive bacterial activity on the tongue, possibly due to postnasal drip (catarrh coming down the back of the throat from the sinuses and nasal passages).
  • Throat or tonsil infection.
  • Dental Decay

How can bad breath be treated?

As bad breath is almost always caused by a problem in the mouth, it is helpful to visit a dentist. Do not try to mask the odour before the visit - it needs to be as typical as possible.

If there is any dental treatment required to eliminate disease or avoid food stagnation areas, this will be carried out. If no oral cause can be identified by the dentist, it may be necessary to attend a clinic that specialises in breath odours, or to visit other health professionals.

Some people become excessively concerned about bad breath, in which case a psychological professional can help put what may in reality be a minor problem into perspective.


Date:04.07.2011. Time: 22.00

It is good for you if you have it in the morning

Date:05.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Drink more water during hot weather and if you drink tea and coffee you need to drink more water.

Date:06.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Football players have been living in another planet, they do anything they wanted to do. This man spending a few peeee on the grass......GIG do that ....

Date:07.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Eat and loos weight.

Date:08.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Eat and loos weight.

Date:09.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Lemon is better than salt.

Date:10.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Balance eating is healthy eating

Date:11.07.2011. Time: 22.00

It is used by the rich people. It is very good for us...Guss what is it???

Date:12.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Justice is good for everyone Jack

Date:13.07.2011. Time: 22.00



Saffron is a spice derived from the flower of the saffron crocus . Crocus is a genus in the family Iridaceae. A C. sativus flower bears three stigmas, each the distal end of a carpel. Together with the styles — stalks that connect the stigmas to their host plant — the dried stigmas are used in cooking as a seasoning and colouring agent. Saffron, long the world's most expensive spice by weight, is native to Southwest Asia.  Saffron's bitter taste or hay-like fragrance result from the chemicals safranal. Saffron also contains a carotenoid dye, crocin, which imparts a rich golden-yellow hue to dishes and textiles. Saffron has many medicinal uses A 2010 double-blind, placebo-controlled study found saffron helped mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease. Crocetin, an important carotenoid constituent of saffron, has shown significant potential as an anti-tumor agent in animal models and cell culture systems. Saffron inhibits DMBA-induced skin carcinoma in mice when treated early. Both saffron stigma and petals are said to be helpful for depression. Satiereal a novel extract of saffron stigma, may reduce snacking and enhance satiety through its suggested mood-improving effect, and thus contribute to weight loss. Saffron was found to be effective in relieving symptoms of PMS. Saffron, crocins and crocetin inhibit breast cancer cell proliferation. Crocus sativus (most saffron research refers to the stigmas but often this is not made clear in research papers) inhibits histamine H1 receptors in animals, suggesting a potential use in allergic disorders. Histamine is a biological amine that plays an important role in allergic responses. Saffron may have a protective effect on the heart.

Date:14.07.2011. Time: 22.00

All parts and organs of a cow are used to produce various things which; we as human beings use them.

The question is how we as human beings have been useful to the society?

Date:15.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Please drink more filtered clean waters other wise you will be dehydrated, if you do not drink water you suffer pain. Our body needs water. 

Date:16.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Date:17.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Filthy business filthy money by the Zionist Murdochs and his Mafia gang of News rapers

Congressman stated: "The thought that anyone would have hacked into the phones of those who were killed or missing or their family members at that tragic time is contemptible”.  "That is why I have asked the FBI to do an investigation and report back on it."  An FBI official in New York told News it was "looking into the allegations".  Congressman from New York had called on the FBI to launch an investigation into allegations of what he called "contemptible" behavior.   He added: "We think it's important to absolutely establish our integrity in the eyes of the public... I felt that it's best just to be as transparent as possible."

It is the first significant investigative step in the US in a scandal which; has engulfed the company in the UK.  The move comes as Mr. Murdoch , 80, said he would challenge the "total lies" issued about News Corp in the phone hacking scandal when he gives evidence to a Commons select committee next week.  In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, which is owned by News Corp, Mr. Murdoch said he wanted to address "some of the things that have been said in Parliament, some of which are total lies". 

"When I hear something going wrong, I insist on it being put right," he said.  Mr. Murdoch also hit back at Gordon Brown over claims that the News International papers, including the Sunday Times, had illegally obtained information about him and his family. He said the former prime minister "got it entirely wrong" adding that "the Browns were always friends of ours" until The Sun withdrew its support for Labour before the last election. Despite the massive outcry over the allegations, Mr. Murdoch insisted News Corp had handled the crisis "extremely well in every possible way" making just "minor mistakes".   The Guardian has newspaper printed an apology to The Sun after it had wrongly accused the tabloid of accessing the medical records of the former Prime Minister's son.

In a statement it said: "Articles in the Guardian of Tuesday 12 July incorrectly reported that the Sun newspaper had obtained information on the medical condition of Gordon Brown's son from his medical records.  "In fact the information came from a different source and the Guardian apologizes for its error."  Mr. Murdoch and his son, James, finally bowed to demands to appear before the Culture, Media and Sport Committee after MPs issued summonses ordering them to appear.  They will appear alongside News International chief executive and former NOTW editor Rebekah Brooks.

Date:18.07.2011. Time: 22.00

The best water is snow water. It is pure.

Date:19.07.2011. Time: 22.00

The best fresh air is from Mount Alborz in Tehran - Iran

It is beautiful scenes. It is relaxing  

Date:20.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Guess what they are.

Date:21.07.2011. Time: 22.0

                                                         It is total medicine 

Date:22.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Date:23.07.2011. Time: 22.00

It happened in Norway. A mad gunman has killed more than 60 people? Why? It is not known yet. ""European Bin Ladan""


"I think it is to do with the amount of clean water as well as the amount of a proper food the gunman had over the long period of time.  His brain did not receive good fluid and good fuel for a long time therefore he did not think properly."

                                    We are what we eat

Date:24.07.2011. Time: 22.00

I am now a sixty years old person. During these years of living I have learnt the fact that: “ we are what we eat”. This is to say that whatever we eat everyday, is going to have affect on our daily thinking as well as our daily behavior towards others and ourselves. 

Therefore if we drink clean fresh water and if we eat balanced fresh and hygienic foods, our output would be normal.  I have also during these years learnt that our fuel and our fluid very much have affect on our mood. If our fuel and fluid are not balanced our behavior and manner would not be balanced.      

Date:25.07.2011. Time: 22.00


                                                   Odd incident in Manhattan 
Hotel maid and International Monetary Fund boss, Verses Western’s politicians. 

This is a way to make conspiracy against each other. One would think that the France Jewish President - Nicolas Sarkozy has made this conspiracy for France’s next President.

Date:26.07.2011. Time: 22.00


While children have been on holiday, parents should provide them with plenty of clean filtered water each day. Also during day after swimming or any sport activity provide them with smoothies.  It is a combination of various fruits and yogurt with lemon juice.  

Date:27.07.2011. Time: 22.00


The Cyber Knife system is a robotic radiosurgery instrument that is revolutionizing the way cancers are treated. It was developed by John Adler, a neurosurgeon from Stanford University in the 1990's as a way of extending radiosurgery from the head and brain to include the rest of the body. He went on to found Accuracy Incorporated, manufacturers of the Cyber Knife System. Cyber Knife® is in clinical use throughout the world with over 60,000 patient treatments conducted. There are currently 3 units in the UK, and over 300 worldwide

What is Cyber Knife?

The name “Cyber Knife” is actually a bit of a misnomer, there are no knives in sight! However, it does allow the ablative treatment of tumors (hence “knife”) to be performed painlessly and effectively without the need for an operation by a robotic (hence “cyber”) linear accelerator (radiotherapy machine)

Conventional radiotherapy uses large field sizes and just a few radiation beams to treat ‘regions’ in the body, which means the dose given to the tumor is often limited by the radiation tolerance of the surrounding normal tissues. The latest chemotherapy and ‘magic bullet’ drugs have been a small step forward, but they have side effects and have generally not lived up to the hype.

Tumors are chaotic, and tend to wrap themselves around, or are close to other vital tissues. This means that the surgeon’s skills can be stretched to the limit, or the use of conventional radiotherapy would damage too much healthy tissue. Cancer radiation oncologists need a clear image of the exact location of the tumor (with all its irregularities) so that the delivery of radiation can be accurately pinpointed to these parts, and these parts alone. This is where Cyber Knife comes in. 

The Cyber Knife system is completely different as it uses hundreds of pencil thin beams and thousands of potential treatment angles to target individual tumors. The machine consists of a highly maneuverable miniaturized linear accelerator (a machine that delivers high energy x-rays) attached to a robotic arm. BMW originally created this robotic arm for manufacturing their cars. This robotic arm is complimented by a state-of-the-art targeting system, which pinpoints tumors with sub-millimeter accuracy and then fires in hundreds of high dose pencil-thin beams of radiation. Cyber Knife also achieves a fast dose gradient ('fall-off') at the edge of the tumor, minimizing normal tissue dose.

What operation could be done by Cyber Knife?

Major operations such as lung and liver resections, removal of pancreas and prostatectomy now have available alternative option with this technique.

Date:28.07.2011. Time: 22.00

This picture is before Tsunami and earthquake in Japan.

Date:29.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Date:30.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Recording beauty 

Date:31.07.2011. Time: 22.00

Somatra- 8.7 kg baby.