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Travel / Visit / Tour / ETERNAL NATURE BEAUTY
« on: March 14, 2016, 01:09:46 PM »


Most Breathtaking Place Of Bangladesh- Himchori, Cox's Bazar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3L95NnGp5xo

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Parents Guidance / How to make coleslaw that children love
« on: March 14, 2016, 12:54:34 PM »



Coleslaw=  Mix[ Finely cut cabbage and carrot + Coleslaw dressing=Blend(1/2 cup buttermilk + 1/2 cup mayonnaise + 1/4 cup white vinegar + 1 tablespoon sugar+1/2 teaspoon salt))


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SILVER FILLINGS IN TEETH IS HEALTH HAZARDOUS


MERCURY AMALGAM FILLINGS CONTINUOUSLY RELEASE MERCURY VAPOR, THE MOST POISONOUS, NATURALLY OCCURRING, NON-RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE ON EARTH, INTO OUR BODY. THE MERCURY AMALGAMS EMIT CONTRIBUTES TO OVER 100 HEALTH ISSUES, INCLUDING:
•   HEART DISEASE
•   AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES
•   CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME
•   ALLERGIES
•   NEUROLOGICAL PROBLEMS, INCLUDING DEPRESSION, MEMORY LOSS, ANXIETY AND FINE TREMORS

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ARE WE HAVING A PLEASING PERSONALITY?


   ARE WE CONCERNED ABOUT OTHERS FEELINGS ?
   ARE WE ALLOWING  OTHER PERSON TO SPEAK.
   ARE WE BEING A GOOD LISTENER.?
   ARE WE BEING OVER CONFIDENCE? IT CAN PUT  US.DOWN
   ARE WE BEING ENTHUSIASTIC?
   ARE WE BEING TREATING OTHERS THE SAME MANNER WE WOULD LIKE TO BE TREATED?
   ARE WE BEING POSITIVE IN OUR OUTLOOK?
   ARE WE BEING SMILE A LOT?
   ARE WE BEING RUDE ?
   ARE WE TAKING A PERSON FOR WHAT HE OR SHE IS. AND NOT EXPECTING TOO MUCH OF THE OTHER PERSON?

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Common Forum/Request/Suggestions / TEACHER AS A LEARNER
« on: March 14, 2016, 10:23:57 AM »
TEACHER AS A LEARNER

TEACHING IS A JOB AT WHICH WE ARE NEVER PERFECT.  THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING MORE TO LEARN.

3  PRINCIPAL STEPS OF STUDY:
1.    THE SUBJECT, WHICH WE ARE TEACHING;
2.    THE METHODS BY WHICH WE CAN BEST BE TAUGHT TO THE STUDENTS
3.    THE STUDENTS

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Common Forum/Request/Suggestions / PLEASANT QUALITIES OF A TEACHER
« on: March 14, 2016, 10:19:26 AM »
PLEASANT QUALITIES OF A TEACHER

1.   PLEASANTLY LIVE AND ATTRACTIVE.
2.   SYMPATHY - A CAPACITY TO TUNE IN TO SUDENTS MINDS AND FEELINGS OF OTHER PEOPLE TO MAKE MISTAKES.
3.   INTELLECTUALLY AND MORALLY HONEST, CORRECT A FAULT, OR AWARD PRAISE
4.   REMAIN MENTALLY ALERT. A TEACHER MUST BE QUICK TO ADAPT TO ANY SITUATION,
5.   CAPABLE OF INFINITE PATIENCE.


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Allied Health Science / Green peas
« on: March 13, 2016, 03:36:15 PM »


One cup of green peas contains eight times the protein of a cup of spinach.

 And with almost 100% of our daily value of vitamin C,

 They’ll help keep our immune system up to snuff.

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Allied Health Science / BRAIN ATTACK = STROKE
« on: March 13, 2016, 03:31:01 PM »
BRAIN ATTACK = STROKE


 A STROKE OCCURS WHEN THE BLOOD SUPPLY TO THE BRAIN IS STOPPED. IF THIS HAPPENS FOR ENOUGH TIME, NEURONS WILL START TO DIE BECAUSE THEY WILL NOT GET ENOUGH OXYGEN. PARALYSIS OR APHASIA (LOSS OF SPEECH) ARE POSSIBLE CONSEQUENCES OF A STROKE.
THERE ARE TWO MAJOR CAUSES OF A STROKE:
1. BLOCKAGE OF A BLOOD VESSEL (IN THE BRAIN OR NECK) CAUSED BY:
•   A BLOOD CLOT IN THE BRAIN OR NECK (THIS IS CALLED A THROMBOSIS)
•   A BLOOD CLOT FROM SOMEWHERE ELSE THAT HAS MOVED AND NOW BLOCKS A BLOOD VESSEL IN THE BRAIN OR NECK (THIS IS CALLED AN EMBOLISM)
•   CONSTRICTION OR NARROWING OF AN ARTERY IN THE HEAD OR NECK (THIS IS CALLED A STENOSIS)
2. BLEEDING OF A BLOOD VESSEL (THIS IS CALLED HEMORRHAGIC STROKE)

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Allied Health Science / How Protein Can Help us Lose Weight Naturally
« on: March 13, 2016, 03:27:28 PM »

How Protein Can Help us Lose Weight Naturally

Please read the link

https://authoritynutrition.com/how-protein-can-help-you-lose-weight/

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Allied Health Science / Lack of oxygen affects brain and memory
« on: March 13, 2016, 03:21:00 PM »
 

Oxygen allows the brain to process billions of pieces of information every second.
It also calms the mind and stabilizes the nervous system.   

Increases concentration and alertness. 

Without oxygen, brain cells die quickly…and unlike our liver cells, brain cells cannot regenerate, which results in memory loss. 


More severe loss of oxygen in the brain can result in speech impairment and loss of motor skills. 


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Allied Health Science / HOMEMADE MAYONNAISE
« on: March 13, 2016, 03:13:28 PM »
HOMEMADE MAYONNAISE


MAYONNAISE= BLEND( 1 EGG + 1 EGG YOLK+ 2 TABLESPOONS LEMON JUICE + 1/2 TEASPOON SALT + 1 TEASPOON OF MUSTARD + EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL)

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Allied Health Science / DRINKING LEMON WATER
« on: March 13, 2016, 02:56:57 PM »
                           
  DRINKING  LEMON WATER


Drinking  lemon water helps to speed up weight loss. In addition some of the toxins in our body are cleaned out, promotes quick bursts of energy and even cleans out some of your internal waste.

If we drink lemon water in the morning especially, it will help to activate our body's detoxifying process and also its natural cleansing process. This principle works proportionally, so the more lemon water we drink, the more we ought to speed up weight loss.

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Allied Health Science / WEIGHT LOSS FOODS
« on: March 13, 2016, 02:49:00 PM »
WEIGHT LOSS FOODS


1. ALMONDS---- CONTAIN GOOD FATS THAT CURB THE APPETITE, HELPING US FEEL FULLER LONGER.
2. AVOCADO ---- DELIVERS MONOUNSATURATED FAT TO BOOST BELLY FAT BURN.

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Allied Health Science / OXYGEN and BLOOD
« on: March 13, 2016, 02:39:35 PM »
OXYGEN and BLOOD

When we inhale, oxygen from the air we breathe is diffused through membranes and into red blood cells. The oxygen-rich blood then circulates throughout the body and finds tissues in need of oxygen.

Enzymes in the body combine with the oxygen molecules and initiate many metabolic (i.e., oxidative) processes in the body. One of the waste products of oxidation is carbon dioxide, which is then released from the cells into the blood. It combines with hemoglobin and bicarbonates and is transported back to the lungs -- where the process starts all over again.

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Allied Health Science / LOWER-CALORIE, LOW FAT COOKING METHOD
« on: March 13, 2016, 02:34:09 PM »


Steaming is a very healthy cooking method. 

First, since food is cooked by direct contact between steam (conduction) as well as the movement of the hot vapor through the food (convection), no fat is needed to conduct the heat.  Often, just few drops of lemon juice is all needed to add to a steamed dish.  This makes steaming a lower-calorie, low fat cooking method. 

Food stays moist, too, since it is being bathed in water vapor.  Also, since water soluble nutrients (namely Vitamins C and B) don’t leach out into vapor, steaming preserves up to 50% more nutrients than other moist heat cooking methods.

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