Grave Concern over Increasing Deaths in West Africa Due to Ebola Virus

By , June 25th, 2014 | news | 0 Comments

The Ebola virus was first evident in late 2013 and after a short pause reared its ugly head again recently. More than 60 places in West Africa have been affected by this deadly outbreak.

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As the Ebola epidemic continues to spread across Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone hundreds of victims are dying every day. The World Health Organization and the medical charity Doctors Without Borders (MSF) are trying their best to help fight the disease. Many aid agencies are also deployed to provide the resources to help combat and control Ebola. They face a difficult task as the local communities are unable to grasp the seriousness of this illness. They are constantly on …

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25Jun

With 20 New Deaths Reported, Ebola Outbreak a Grim Reality in West Africa

By , June 24th, 2014 | Health | 0 Comments

With 20 new deaths reported, Doctors Without Borders, an international medical organization sounded the alarm over Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The organization, known as MSF (its French initials), stated that governments as well as aid agencies needed to deploy massive resources to bring the diseases under control.

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The World Health Organization also issued a statement on Monday, stating that the number of Ebola cases reported now stands at 567 while the number of deaths caused by Ebola in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea is now 350. Out of these the maximum number of deaths has been from Guinea, though the growth is now very fast in Sierra Leone also. The WHO also …

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24Jun

A Rare Hereditary Disorder – Phenylketonuria

By , June 24th, 2014 | Health | 0 Comments

Phenylketonuria, generally known as PKU, is a type of disorder that is usually passed on genetically. It raises the levels of a particular type of substance called phenylalanine in a person’s blood. This phenylalanine is the very stuff that makes up the essence of proteins or an amino acid that is usually derived from a person’s eating habits. Most proteins will have this substance and phenylalanine, can even be found in a few artificial sweeteners.

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The symptoms of this disorder can differ from person to person. It could either be negligible or pretty severe. If an infant is born with classic PKU, also known to be the most deadly form of the disorder], …

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24Jun

Wild Belle’s Natalie Bergman On DIY Hair Hacks and Magic Flea Markets

By , June 19th, 2014 | news | 0 Comments

With her lullaby-ready voice and flaxen hair, Wild Belle singer Natalie Bergman has become a poster girl for the Electric Folk movement spawned by The Black Keys, Lissie, and Edward Sharpe. She’s also emerging as a style star, making frequent

appearances at Fashion Week front rows and parties for cult labels like Maje and Mara Hoffman. (Having fans like Alexa Chung and Lindsay Wixson doesn’t hurt, either.) We caught Bergman backstage at Governor’s Ball to discuss DIY hair hacks, Instagram

wardrobe staples, and whether vintage finds come with magical powers. (Spoiler alert: Obviously.)

You’re performing in outdoor festivals all summer, but you still need to look camera-ready. What’s the biggest challenge when dressing for a daytime show?

Like a lot of things in life, …

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19Jun

Inhibit Cancer Cells with Turmeric and Ginger tea.

By , May 17th, 2014 | Health, news, Uncategorized | 0 Comments

Ginger and turmeric are two powerful spices that have been used widely throughout history for both culinary and medical purposes. Using these spices in recipes provides a way to season a variety of foods without adding sodium or fat. As supplements, ginger has been frequently used in traditional and herbal medicines and turmeric has long been used to treat various physical ailments, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Although they are used in many different types of cuisines for their spice and flavor, these spices may also provide a number of health benefits.

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Ginger and turmeric are both rhizomes in the Zingiberaceae family. According to a 1999 study published in the “British Journal of Cancer” by …

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17May

Is too abundant high-intensity workout bad for your heart

By , May 15th, 2014 | Health, news | 0 Comments

Accompanied by following a nourishing diet and evading risky conduct like smoking, portion of a healthy lifestyle comprises exercising regularly. However two new studies issued in the journal Heart recommend doing too much high-intensity workout may upsurge risks of dying from a heart outbreak or developing an uneven heart rhythm future in life.

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In a related editorial to the studies, two authors say the consequences reveal a “J-shaped curve” for fitness benefits of workout, whereby additional does not continuously mean better. They correspondingly say the research increases questions about concentration and period of physical activity at diverse points in life.

The first study …

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15May

How does Facebook move our intellect of belonging

By , May 14th, 2014 | Health | 0 Comments

In Australia, investigators from The University of Queensland’s University of Psychology have directed two studies on how Facebook moves our self-esteem and intellect of belonging.

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Social interacting sites – most particularly Facebook – have had a commanding influence on how relationships are mediated in today’s domain.

A repeatedly updating stream of info detailing the public actions, thoughts and approaches of friends allows a constant intellect of connection. Certain studies have …

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14May

Could living adjacent foreclosed property upsurge blood pressure?

By , May 12th, 2014 | Health, news | 0 Comments

As said by new research, living nearby foreclosed property is related to a bigger risk of higher blood pressure.
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A main contributor to heart disease and stroke, closely 76 million persons in the US are affected through…

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12May

TriQita reality gifts.

By , April 26th, 2014 | Uncategorized | 0 Comments

How do you make hidden treasures visible, practical and enjoyable? triQita (triqita.com), which is a family team of three creative people, has been successfully answering this question for the last 8 years. They have three good noses for beauty and three ideas that they believe and share: beauty saves the world, we can help people to discover beauty, we can help people to look beautiful and to feel good. Having these three ideas and targets in mind they invented Reality Gifts.

They began Reality Gifts by converting their photos of colorful abstract paintings on Tirana’s communist era dilapidated buildings into the beautiful patterns for silk ties and scarves. These scarves and ties made the first, and so far the biggest triQita …

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26Apr

Skull data of Cherokees ‘displays how ecological issues form appearance’

By , April 22nd, 2014 | Health | 0 Comments

By investigative skull dimension data of Native American people, researchers from North Carolina State Academia plus the University of Tennessee have exposed further proof to advise that ecological stressors subsidize to shaping the physical presence of humans.

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The investigation team, counting Dr. Ann Ross, an instructor of anthropology at NC National, measured data together by Franz Boas in late 19th century, whichever looked at the dimension and breadth of skulls from Native American people born among 1783 and 1874. The researchers dedicated on individuals whoever were members of the eastern plus western bands of Cherokee tribe.
The group prepared the data by year of birth, whichever they say is an important piece of …

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22Apr

Investigators discover brain action that might mark memory creation

By , April 21st, 2014 | Health | 0 Comments

Every day that goes by, our brains stock little bits of info that frame memories. However how precisely does the brain generate memories? Investigators from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD, trust they might be one step closer to discovery the answer.
The investigation team, counting senior writer James Knierim of the Zanvyl Krieger Mind/Brain Organization at Johns Hopkins, lately published their results in the periodical Nature Neuroscience.
For their research, the team introduced small wires in to the brains of rats to observer their brain action as they ran about a circular track. The investigators wanted to understand when and where the rats’ brain action increased.
The group found that the rats stopped running about every 7 seconds plus inspected their environs through …

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21Apr
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