By Loknath Swain
“I started taking the STWS herbs around the end of 2008 “”actually it amazed me was when I went for my CAT scan in May of 2009. Much of or almost all of the ‘pulmonary wall thickening’ appeared to be gone! A lot of the guys are suffering from it. Every day we go forward it seems like another firefighter comes up with an even stranger health problem. A few months after taking the herbs it was just so noticeable that I didn’t seem to have that heavy breathing.” JK, FDNY Firefighter
Almost 30 years ago, Dr. Naram”s 120+ year old Master assigned Dr. Naram to work with the street kids in the slums of Bombay. When Dr. Naram”s first remedies for their health ailments did not work, Dr. Naram”s Master told him to learn more about the street kids. Dr. Naram went to where they worked and saw that they were employed to swim around in the vats of chemicals at a factory in order to mix them. He was shocked. With his Master”s input, Dr. Naram developed certain powerful herbal remedies according to his lineages” understanding of the body, and successfully removed the severe and harmful toxins in these children with incredible results.
Anti-aging products are all around us. On commercials, TV, in movies, on billboards, in magazines and newspapers and even on the internet. Where ever we choose to look, it is screaming back to us that we need to use products to look younger. With all of this media hype, it is only normal to wonder what is out there for looking younger. There are several ways to keep yourself looking young.
Your hands can sometimes age faster then you feel. They become transparent almost with blue veins that look bigger than they used to. And skin tends to look and feel dryer. The way to keep your hands looking younger is to keep them moisturized whenever you can. Keep cream in the bathroom, by the kitchen sink, in the car, your purse and by your bed. Whenever you wash your hands or sanitize them, loath them in cream. Another thing you can do is soak them in baby oil from time to time. Once a month treating your hands to a little spa treatment might be just the thing to keep them looking and feeling younger.
The face and neck are often hot spots when it comes to anti-aging products. No one wants wrinkles or asks for them, but they come and for some people worse then others. Sun exposure in the past can contribute to how fast and how much you wrinkle as you get older. Luckily now there are many foundations and face creams that contain sunblock ingredients. Also for someone with sun damage, brown spots, lots of freckles and light wrinkles, having a chemical peel can remove layers of damaged skin revealing a new looking face.
Marijuana is a green, brown, or gray mixture of dried, shredded leaves, stems, seeds, and flowers of the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa). Cannabis is a term that refers to marijuana and other drugs made from the same plant. Other forms of cannabis include sinsemilla, hashish, and hash oil. All forms of cannabis are mind-altering (psychoactive) drugs. The main active chemical in marijuana is THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol).
How long does marijuana stay in your system? This question is asked by many different people, and for good reason. Marijuana (pot, herb, weed, grass) is the most commonly used and tested for drug in the United States and several other countries as well. Marijuanas effects on the user and detection time depend on its strength or potency, which is related to the amount of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) it contains.
When you ask the question How long does marijuana stay in your system? you need to take into account the fact that there is no simple answer to this question. THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) can stay in a person’s body for as long as 3 to 90 days after smoking or being ingested orally. There are numerous determining factors for how long drug toxins stay in a persons body which vary from person to person, such as the analytical method used, your health, your body weight, metabolism, fluid intake, the type of drug toxin, and the degree of exposure to the drug toxin.
MolMed, new data presented at the European Cancer Congress show a statistically significant increase in survival of patients suffering from soft tissue sarcomas treated with NGR-hTNF.
MolMed S.p.A. (MLM.MI) presented at the European Cancer Congress 2013 (ECCO-ESMO-ESTRO), in Amsterdam (The Netherlands), additional data from an ongoing randomized Phase II study evaluating safety and efficacy of its investigational drug NGR-hTNF on patients suffering from soft tissue sarcomas. Data show the impact of the weekly administration of NGR-hTNF at low doses (0,8g/sqm) in combination with doxorubicin.
Presentation: NGR-hTNF given at low dose or high dose with or without doxorubicin in soft-tissue sarcomas
There a so many theories as to what common foods can cause acne but we all react differently so there may be certain foods that effect you but don’t effect others. Garlic for acne is quite controversial because some people describe it as effective while others find it causes break outs.
How do you know who to believe when it comes to garlic?
Well, I think you need to consider garlic in two ways: eating it and applying it topical as an ingredient in a home remedy. Let’s look at eating garlic.
Several hospitals are looking for well-insured patients beyond traditional market boundaries, both in prosperous suburbs and in nearby areas with growing, well-insured populations. According to a study by the Center for Studying Health System Change (HSC) hospitals seeking a competitive edge in the marketplace are targeting geographic expansion into new markets which are well-insured.
The study based on HSCs visits to 12 nationally representative metropolitan communities, depicted that hospitals are expanding despite the pressures of the healthcare reform. Hospital strategies mainly include building full-service hospitals, establishing freestanding emergency departments and other outpatient services, acquiring physician practices, and operating medical transport systems with several hospitals building near major highways to be accessible.
Hospitals expansions survey findings