DNA Sciences

Published by administrator on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 16:04

We find it mixed in our food on the shelves in the supermarket--genetically engineered soybeans and maize. We find it growing in a plot down the lane, test field release sites with genetically engineered rape seed, sugar beet, wheat, potato, strawberries and more. There has been no warning and no consultation. It is variously known as genetic engineering, genetic modification or genetic manipulation. All three terms mean the same thing, ......

Adoption

Published by administrator on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 15:54

Indians are not very open to the idea of adoption. In foreign countries, there is the opposite problem where children are in short supply for adoption. While there are innumerable cases of Indian orphas being given a secure and loving home in another country, newspapers have reported a number of cases where the child has gone to an alien land only to be mistreated. Such children have been used as domestic servants, beggars and even for prostitution.


Birth Planning

Published by administrator on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 15:25

No one can predict exactly what your baby's birth will be like. You probably have some idea of what you hope will happen and may have talked to your doctor or midwife. But one of the best ways to learn about labor and birth-and let others know about your thoughts-is to write a birth plan. "A birth plan is a way for a patient to communicate to the healthcare provider what she envisions her birth experience will be like so she can have some input on the management ....

Polio

Published by administrator on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 14:56

The Salk vaccine (inactivated polio vaccine, IPV) was developed by Dr. Jonas Salk in 1955. It consists of injection of dead (inactivated) polio virus. The Sabin vaccine (oral polio vaccine, OPV) was developed more recently. It is the most commonly used polio vaccine today. This vaccine contains weakened, live virus. It is a liquid that is given by mouth. The trivalent form (TOPV) is effective against all known forms of polio; ....


MMR Immunization (Vaccine)

Published by administrator on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 14:22

The MMR vaccine is a "3-in-1" vaccine that protects against measles, mumps, and rubella. Although single antigen (individual) vaccines have been developed for each component of the MMR, they are not readily available and usually used only for very specific situations. An example of such a situation would be if an outbreak of either measles, mumps, or rubella was occurring in a specific community and public health officials deemed it necessary ....

DPT Immunization (Vaccine)

Published by administrator on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 13:43

DPT (DTP) vaccination is one of the recommended childhood immunizations and should begin during infancy. In most parts of the United States, DPT immunization is required before starting school. A minimum of 3 injections should be given, and 5 injections is strongly recommended. DPT (DTP) immunization is usually a series of injections given to children at ages 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, and 15 to 18 months. A booster is given before starting school (age 4 to 6).


Child Vaccination

Published by administrator on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 13:31

Today so many children dies because of certain diseases which can be cured if vaccination is given properly to them. These Vaccinations are available free in Govt. Health Centres. Cures various diseases like Diptheria, Pertussis, Tetanus, Polio, Measles, Mumps, Hepatitis B and many more. Provided is some information on these vaccinations along with their alternative names, definition, vaccine information, immunization schedule, benefits, risks, when ....

Nutritious Diet

Published by administrator on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 13:12

You want to give your baby a nutritious diet so that he remains healthy. How do you ensure that he gets all of the essential vitamins and minerals, calcium and proteins? How can you provide your child with the balanced diet? What do you mean by Balanced Diet? A diet which is rich in all the nutrients for e.g. Vitamins, minerals, fats, proteins etc. is termed as a 'Balanced diet'. It is important that a child's diet should be both wealthy in quality and quantity.


Cosmetics

Published by administrator on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 13:10

Baby soap Baby shampoo Baby oil Baby powder Baby cream Baby hair brush Baby nappies & diapers Baby cotton balls Some pediatrician recommend that you should shop carefully for all baby products. Purchase only those products, which contains natural ingredients. Artificial colors preservatives and fragrances can irritate the baby’s skin. So be sure to choose baby shampoo that will not irritate his eyes, and special baby soaps or a mild soap with lanolin or pure glycerin.

Feeding Infant

Published by administrator on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 12:55

You want to give your baby a nutritious diet so that he remains healthy. How do you ensure that he gets all of the essential vitamins and minerals, calcium and proteins? How can you provide your child with the balanced diet? What do you mean by Balanced Diet? A diet which is rich in all the nutrients for e.g. Vitamins, minerals, fats, proteins etc. is termed as a 'Balanced diet'. It is important that a child's diet should be both wealthy in quality and quantity. Baby needs a balanced diet for maintenance ...


Baby Care

Published by administrator on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 12:51

Today so many children dies because of certain diseases which can be cured if vaccination is given properly to them. These Vaccinations are available free in Govt. Health Centres. Cures various diseases like Diptheria, Pertussis, Tetanus, Polio, Measles, Mumps, Hepatitis B and many more. Provided is some information on these vaccinations along with their alternative names, definition, vaccine information, immunization schedule, benefits, risks, when to delay ....

Fitness Level

Published by administrator on Wed, 03/28/2012 - 14:34

Individuals at Fitness Level 1 have not regularly participated in an exercise program and should begin slowly. The following is only a guideline, you should consult a physician prior to beginning any new exercise program!. Most experts in the field recommend beginning with 3 times per week, 20-30 minutes per session. If you cannot work for 20 minutes to begin with that's OK, just keep at it until you reach the 20 minute mark. (In order for your heart to benefit, you should try to exercise aerobically for a minimum of 20 minutes.)


For Losing Weight

Published by administrator on Wed, 03/28/2012 - 14:30

If you are mainly interested in weight loss, you must begin some type of aerobic exercise program. Aerobic exercise can include Aerobic classes, Jogging, Swimming, Bicycling, Fast walking Etc. With aerobic exercise, the goal is to get your heart rate into the target zone (50-85% of your maximum) and sustain that pace for an extended period of time. The length of the exercise and the intensity level you choose depend upon your ....

Aerobics

Published by administrator on Wed, 03/28/2012 - 14:09

Using the same large muscle group, rhythmically, for a period of 15 to 20 minutes or longer while maintaining 60-80% of your maximum heart rate. Think of aerobic activity as being long in duration yet low in intensity. Aerobic activities include: walking, biking, jogging, swimming, aerobic classes and cross-country skiing. Anaerobic activity is short in duration and high in intensity. Anaerobic activities include: racquetball, downhill skiing, ....


weight lifting

Published by administrator on Wed, 03/28/2012 - 13:31

Guys who have been working out for a few years love the minutiae of their pursuit : the array of exercises they use, the configurations they use them in, the frequency with which they use them. But at the heart of a successful strength-training regimen are these 10-basic principles. Do you do resistance training with light weights and high reps as a form of cardiovascular exercise ? If so, you will certainly build muscular endurance and burn lots of calories, ....

Body Building 3

Published by administrator on Wed, 03/28/2012 - 13:20

Individuals at Fitness Level 3 have a lot of experience with resistance training, but would like more results than they are currently getting. A few things to note prior to beginning a new program include: 1) Determining the correct resistance level: In general, use enough resistance to fatigue your muscles when you have completed the appropriate number of repetitions within a set. If you cannot complete all the repetitions within a set, decrease the amount of resistance.


Body Building 2

Published by administrator on Wed, 03/28/2012 - 13:14

Individuals at Fitness Level 2 have experience with resistance training, but would like more results than they are currently getting. A few things to note prior to beginning a new program include: 1 Determining the correct resistance level: In general, use enough resistance to fatigue your muscles when you have completed the appropriate number of repetitions within a set. If you cannot complete all the repetitions within a set, decrease the amount of resistance.

Body Building 1

Published by administrator on Wed, 03/28/2012 - 13:04

Individuals at Fitness Level 1 have not regularly participated in a strength training program and should begin slowly. The following is only a guideline, you should consult your physician prior to beginning any new exercise program! If you are not familiar with resistance work and have purchased hand weights, tubing, bands etc... purchase a video that shows the proper technique and form to use - NEVER try an exercise without knowing the correct way to perform it.


Body Building

Published by administrator on Wed, 03/28/2012 - 12:38

In general, people who want to build muscle will want to strive for fitness level 3. While those who want to firm up/tone should stick with fitness levels 1 or 2. After you select a level, you will notice that within each is a strength component, an aerobic component and a flexibility component. In order to see results, you must do some type of aerobic activity to decrease body fat and you should also stretch the muscles before and after strength training ....

Unani

Published by administrator on Fri, 03/23/2012 - 19:22

Arz is actually the ase aftermath which follows once the disease has struck which does not determine the exact cause of the disease as an alamat can-in diarrhoea , for example, dehydration is a major after-effect. Sometimes, repercussions of one disease cause another disease. If the body breaks into a fever due to an infection, the arz which is the fever becomes the disease and causes another arz which is bodyache. Thus, a chain forms between sabab, marz and arz.


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