Our president (and I use that term loosely) recently told a gathering at the United Nation that the US will commit $11 Billion, (that’s Billion with a “B“) to “Climate Change” funding and what he said will help “save our planet”. I can just hear God and Jesus both chuckling together over this totally absurd […]
An organization functions best when each person correctly accesses his/her gifts, then deploys those gifts as a part of a team effort. Organizations get into trouble when individuals try to function independently rather than collectively as a team.A good model to follow is I Corinthians 12. Paul describes the Church as the human body. My […]
Every one will face an impossible situation at least once in their life. If you haven’t yet, one is on its way. Trust me. When one arrives, it devastates the whole family. Panic, despair and fear settle in. There’s not even a straw to grab on to. It’s the elephant in the room that won’t […]
In my opinion gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transsexuals and queers could not have picked a more offensive, morally reprehensive label to celebrate. Pride is at the root of every sin known to mankind. Every one. Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall. Proverbs 16:8. To fear the Lord is to hate evil; I hate pride and arrogance, evil […]
Foot washing was common around the evening meal dinner table in Jesus’ day. But wait a minute. This is the Creator of the Universe bent over washing the disciples’ feet. This is the Savior the world. The King of kings. The Lord of Lords. Washing feet. Peter said “No.” But Jesus said to Peter, “Unless […]
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Read here about the new ‘ART FOR FUTURE – KUNST FÜR DIE ZUKUNFT’ EXHIBITION2020 – 2022 of Michel Montecrossa paintings and drawings at the New Art Gallery at the Filmaur Multimedia House (Gauting near Munich, Germany)
Breakfast was oatmeal, goji berry tea, and a tea that helps with getting rid of lochia. We waited until 4 days postpartum to start the red blood cell production and decreasing anemia first. This tea is taken for 7 days daily.
For lunch, I had leftover soup from last night and added pork in.
For dinner, I had pork, eggs, bok choy, noodles and goji berries soup.
I started to feel more weak today compared for the first couple of days. I am resting quite a bit and I have to thank my mom mostly for making all this delicious food. This one month postpartum period is an important time for healing.
We are entering day 5 of life for my son. Colostrum has transitioned to milk. He gained 3 ounces in from day 3 to 4 reaching a low weight of 7 pounds. He does eat and poop a lot and his latch has been great so I really cannot complain. Since our first son had high bilirubin levels (thus his jaundice was above 20), he needed to go to the hospital for phototherapy. So far with the second son, his bilirubin levels are lower so it is unlikely that we will need phototherapy this time around!
Let us heed to the voice of the noble No matter however weak and feeble Deserves to be carried all through the cable Without keeping the message just on the table!
Voice of the noble cry for peace Peace, multiplied peace all with ease Curse of the world should surely cease Look at the world as one and not in pliable piece!
Voice of peace is sure the soul of wisdom Choice of the world is to reach God’s kingdom Where love and peace is bound to rule Where faith and truth is every one’s tool!
Voice of the noble seeks the world of peace Noise of the wicked breeds the world of war Peace indeed is the nature’s choice Peace indeed is the right man’s voice!
Birds and trees sing for peace Cruel and the wicked stink with strife. The senseless inflicts war on nature Least worried about grace of future Nature revolts with quakes and storms Millions suffer in pain and grief!
Let us heed to the voice of the noble No matter however weak and feeble!
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Yes! We have to live with SIGN LANGUAGES several days in our lives!
Today 230922 is International Day of Sign Languages.
Unfortunately we have deafs, dumbs and so on in our midst.
The United Nations General Assembly declared September 23 as the International Day of Sign Languages. The day is recognized as such to raise awareness about the importance of sign language around the world. It was first celebrated in 2018. The particular date was chosen because it is the same day that the World Federation of the Deaf was established in 1951.
Significance of the day
According to the World Federation of the Deaf, there are approximately 72 million deaf people around the world. Around 80 per cent reside in developing countries, and collectively, they use over 300 different sign languages.
The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities recognizes the importance of sign languages. Sign languages have been accorded equal status as any other spoken language, and the day helps to promote this. According to the United Nations, it “promotes the linguistic identity of the deaf community.”
The day plays an important role in preserving the rights of the deaf community. It seeks to maintain the status of sign languages as playing an intrinsic role in the world’s linguistic and cultural diversity,
The UN resolution behind the anointing of the day emphasizes the importance of good education in sign language, as it is vital to the growth and development of deaf individuals.
History of sign languages
There are many sign languages around the world. Usually, every place has its own native sign language with its own special lexicon. Many countries have more than one sign language. One of the earliest records of sign language is from the fifteenth century from Plato’s Cratylus. The first school for deaf children was founded in Paris by Abbé de l’Épée in 1755.
Today, an International Sign Language is used for international events. It mostly has a limited lexicon.
A disease unfortunately unique. Researchers found that increasing symptoms of anxiety were linked to higher levels of beta-amyloid, which is a protein associated with Alzheimer’s disease, in the brains of older people with normal cognitive functioning.
First study author Dr. Nancy Donovan, who is a geriatric psychiatrist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA, and team say that the results suggest that a rise in the sypmtoms of anxiety could be an early sign of Alzheimer’s.
Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia characterized by problems with memory and thinking, as well as changes in behavior.
It is estimated that around 5.5 million people in the U.S. are living with Alzheimer’s, of whom around 5.4 million are over the age of 65.
The precise causes of Alzheimer’s disease remain unclear, but scientists believe that beta-amyloid plays a key role. This is a protein that can form “plaques,” which have been found to block nerve cell communication in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s.
These plaques are considered to be a hallmark of the disease, and researchTrusted Source has suggested that an increase in beta-amyloid levels can occur up to 10 years before the onset of Alzheimer’s symptoms.
According to the new study, anxiety could play a significant role in increased beta-amyloid levels among older adults.
It was found that adults who showed an increase in anxiety symptoms over 5 years of follow-up also had higher levels of beta-amyloid in their brains. The researchers say that this indicates that worsening anxiety might be an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease.
The researchers concluded that hospital-treated infections are linked to an increased risk of AD and PD diagnosis before age 60, although underlying mechanisms remain unknown.
When asked about the study’s limitations, Dr. Sun noted that they did not have complete information on all risk or protective factors for neurodegenerative conditions, including lifestyle factors, medical factors such as trauma or vascular-related brain damage, and genetic factors.
Charlotte Warren-Gash, Ph.D., an associate professor at the Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, not involved in the study, also told MNT:
“The study covered a long period of time, from 1970 [to] 2016, during which diagnostic criteria and clinical practices have undergone major changes. How applicable results are to patients with infections today remains unclear.”
Dr. Doig added: “The people studied were all Swedish with both parents also born in Sweden, so the results may not generalize outside this group.”
Dr. Strandberg noted that a key message should be that “infections should be carefully treated — as they should anyway — with a low threshold for cognitive testing as needed.”
Researchers from Boston University have found that applying noninvasive electrical stimulation to certain parts of the brain may help improve long-term and working memory in people over the age of 65 for up to a month.
Scientists hope their findings will help with other medical conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, and anxiety.
Memory loss can be part of the aging process. Researchers estimate that about 40%Trusted Source of people ages 65 and older experience memory loss.
While medicationsTrusted Source and other treatment options can help with memory loss due to aging, there is currently no cure for the condition.
Working memory is usually considered synonymous with short-term memory. However, past researchTrusted Source shows that working memories last a bit longer than short-term memories and help with completing cognitive tasks.
“That is, the electrical stimulation is taking control of the timing of brain activities,” he said.
“Time is a crucial variable in the brain. The brain is constantly sending and receiving packets of information at blinding fast speeds. Brain rhythms are an exquisite solution that the brain has evolved to use to efficiently coordinate these fasting-moving bundles of information which make up our memories,” pointed out Dr. Reinhart.PicnicHealth allows you to organize up to 7+ years of medical records through a HIPAA compliant, routinely-updated digital timeline under your control.
Air kindles fire The same air puts of the flame! Water gives life The same water destroys life! Earth provides the place to live The same earth swallows thousand lives! Man builds the world The same man destroys it cold! Flowers waft sweet scents The same fragrant flower later stinks! Electric power rotates fast the fan The same power kills by shock kills the man! Waves caress our feet gently The same waves consume lakhs fiercely! Penetrating paradoxes Unpredictable occurrences Sure beyond the man’s control Gift of God and the whip of nemesis!
Let the night sleep Sleep for ever deep With the night I sleep Beyond the world to peep Universe will sleep Plants and trees Birds and bees Stars and moon To sleep very soon! Fruits and flowers Joy with showers Will sleep with me and the night Not to keep the life very tight! No dawn of the day Right upto the dooms day! Sleep permanent In the world impermanent I’ll sleep without light My agonies will sleep My worries will sleep My pains will sleep My sins will sleep!
While in sleep I am pure I am peace I am noble!
While my body is asleep Awake my soul I keep Sleep akin to death Death akin to sleep in mirth?
Let the night sleep Sleep for ever deep With night I sleep Sleep to eternity Soul to merge in Divinity!
The day is observed on 18 September to increase the awareness about bamboo globally.
World Bamboo Day is a day of celebration to increase the awareness of bamboo globally. Where bamboo grows naturally, bamboo has been a daily element, but its utilization has not always been sustainable due to exploitation. The World Bamboo Organization aims to bring the potential of bamboo to a more elevated exposure – to protect natural resources and the environment, to ensure sustainable utilization, to promote new cultivation of bamboo for new industries in regions around the world, as well as promote traditional uses locally for community economic development.
Most of the rural houses in Tamilnadu use the BAMBOO sticks for their homes!
Though the STORY is SMALL in SIZE, it has a lot of significance and importance! We shall meet tomorrow as usual. Till then GOOD BYE!
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The day is observed on 17 September. It was established by the 72nd World Health Assembly in May 2019, following the adoption of resolution. On and around 17 September 2022, WHO will organize a wide range of activities and host a global virtual event. Celebrations.
EVERY PERSON AROUND THE WORLD will, at some point in their life, take medications to prevent or treat illness. However, medications sometimes cause serious harm if incorrectly stored, prescribed, dispensed, administered or if monitored insufficiently.
Unsafe medication practices and medication errors are a leading cause of avoidable harm in health care across the world. Medication errors occur when weak medication systems and human factors such as fatigue, poor environmental conditions or staff shortages affect the safety of the medication use process. This can result in severe patient harm, disability and even death.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has significantly exacerbated the risk of medication errors and associated medication-related harm. It is in this context that ‘MEDICATION SAFETY’ has been selected as the theme for World Patient Safety Day 2022, with the slogan ‘MEDICATION WITHOUT HARM’.
WORLD PATIENT SAFETY DAY is one of WHO’s global public health days. It was established in 2019 by the Seventy-second World Health Assembly through the adoption of resolution WHA72.6 – “Global action on patient safety”. Its objectives are to increase public awareness and engagement, enhance global understanding, and work towards global solidarity and action by Member States to enhance patient safety and reduce patient harm.
The Lord Almighty- great creator of the Universe Provided us with what all we need out of NATURE –HIS GRACE Air, Light, Gas, water, heat and all that give health and happiness To make the world a heaven to live in peace and poise!
OZONE prevents the ultraviolet radiation From reaching the ground, creating normal condition For the life on the planet; protects us from the sun rays And forms suitable light and warmth conditions of the world!
Depletion of the layer increases radiation Causing skin cancer, cataract, and weakens immune system Making us suffer the infectious diseases! Today is WORLD OZONE DAY- let us think and protect Ozone!
WE have to, by all possible means in our own
Interest and for our own well being! Let us carry on!