Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Ebola Assessment

According to the World Health Organization, as of December 10, a total of 17,942 confirmed, probable and suspected cases of Ebola-virus disease and 6,388 reported deaths have been reported in five affected countries (Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Sierra Leone, and the United States) and three previously affected countries (Nigeria, Senegal and Spain).

Reported case incidence is slightly increasing in Guinea (103 confirmed and probable cases reported in the week to December 7), declining in Liberia (29 new confirmed cases in the three days to December 3) and may still be increasing in Sierra Leone (397 new confirmed cases in the week to December 7).
The case fatality rate across the three most affected countries in all reported cases with a recorded definitive outcome is 76 per cent; in hospitalized patients the case fatality rate is 61 per cent.
Sierra Leone has 7,897 cases and 1,768 deaths; Liberia - 7,719 cases and 3,177 deaths; and Guinea - 2,292 cases and 1,428 deaths.

Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone have sufficient capacity to isolate and treat all reported Ebola cases, and bury all related deaths safely and with dignity. However, local variations mean capacity is still insufficient in some areas.

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Can Obesity hurts your sex life

Many People still associate obesity with good health and sex appeal.

However, it has been very well established that obesity puts the individual at an increased risk of a long list of diseases.

Authorities now consider obesity to have replaced cigarette smoking as the commonest preventable cause of death.

Many also associate being fat with being sexy. Little publicity has been given to the fact that obesity can also interfere with your sex life. Researchers at Duke University's Diet and Fitness Center in the United States reported that in many areas of their sex lives, the obese report 25 times more problems than people of normal weight.

Both men and women complained of lack of sexual desire and enjoyment, along with poor performance. In fact, many fat people reported avoiding sex completely.
But let me provide some consolation to our ladies - the location of your excess fat is important. The fat around the hips and buttocks is not considered hazardous to your health. Truncal or abdominal obesity creates most problems. It is often called apple-shaped obesity in distinction to pear-shaped. It is that 'fat around our waist that will shorten your life in a haste'.

 Research shows that a waist measurement of over 39 inches in men, and more than 34 inches in women, will increase your risk of these problems by a whopping 500 per cent.
Let's look at some reasons why obesity may compromise your sex life:

Health problems:
The obese are at increased risk of many diseases and, in general, the poorer your health, the worse your sex life. This is especially true for illnesses involving the heart and circulation, as good blood flow is a major requirement for good sex. (Viagra improves erections by chemically increasing blood flow).
Poor circulation

Even when you have not been formally diagnosed with heart disease, hypertension, diabetes or abnormal blood lipids, if you are obese, it is highly probable that your circulation is already compromised.
In addition to poor blood flow, diabetics also suffer from damage to nerve endings and a decreased responsiveness to sexual stimulation. Sadly, the obesity epidemic has brought with it the diabesity epidemic.
Also, many of the drugs used to treat these diseases further impair sexual function.

Fitness problems:
The sexual act involves increased physical activity. Low energy levels, shortness of breath, muscle cramps, dizziness and fatigue, during and after intercourse, are all signs of the lack of fitness that are characteristic of many obese individuals. Because fat cells promote inflammation, generalised aches and pains, stiffness and inflammation is more pronounced in the obese. Gross obesity will sometimes create major problems for partners to find a workable position for sexual activity.

Hormonal imbalance:
Our libido or sexual interest is greatly influenced by our sex hormones - testosterone, oestrogen and progesterone, to name the commonest ones.
Obesity promotes hormonal imbalance in both men and women. The fat cells around the waist are not just accumulations of fat, they produce hormones, particularly the primary female hormone oestrogen.
This creates a situation where an obese man may have very high levels of female hormones and low levels of the male hormone testosterone. This is partly because the fat cells in the belly are rich in an enzyme called aromatase that converts testosterone to oestrogen.
To make things worse, many chemicals in our diet and environment behave like oestrogen. These chemicals are fat soluble and accumulate in the fatty tissues in the body. All this leads to a situation where fat men are hormonally more like females, resulting in a decreased sex drive and weak erections.
Other issues

Fat women may have other kinds of hormonal problems leading to menstrual disorders, infertility, ovarian cysts, excess facial and body hair, acne and painful sex.

Smaller penis:

As fat accumulates on the lower abdomen in men, the apparent size of the penis changes.
"A large prepubic fat pad makes the penile shaft look shorter," said Dr Ira Sharlip, professor of urology at the University of California, San Francisco.
In some cases, abdominal fat all but buries the penis," states Dr Ronald Tamler of the Men's Health Program in New York.
This should be a powerful motivation for overweight men as they can appear to gain up to an inch in the size of their penis simply by losing weight.

Poor self image:

Research show that obese individuals are more likely to suffer from low self-esteem and poor self-worth. This kind of emotional disability does not foster good sex. Although many men find big women attractive and consider curves and love handles appealing, it is more common for partners of obese people to find them less sexually attractive because of weight gain. They often deny or suppress these feelings to prevent hurt and avoid confrontation.
In reality, however, this denial blocks communication, and only harms the relationship. Partners of obese individuals have a responsibility to help address the issue, if for no other reason than the many health dangers that obesity causes.

I suggest a simple, safe, doctor-recommended, nutritional approach, cellular nutrition, to both lose and manage your weight. It comes with a personal weight-loss coach and is available all over the world.

Thursday, 27 November 2014

Quickbook Point Of Sales Review

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With Quickbooks Point Of Sales you can track your inventory and sales instantly, when you buy goods it increase your inventory and when you sell goods it decrease your inventory. You can get your daily sales reports by a click of a button.

With Quickbooks Point of Sales you can buy in case and sell in single with the unit of measure feature when setting up your inventory you can add tax to items if you desire. You can set different price levels to meet your customers demand.

You can easily set your discount price level for any goods you may desire, Quickbooks Point Of Sales is design to use with any barcode scanner or pos printers. You simply scan the item with the barcode scanner the item it pops up you then print with the point of sales printer as easy as 123.

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Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Can A Man Rape Is Wife

Can a man rape is wife is a very serious question, no is no many people say that if a woman says no and a man hold her down and take sex it is regarded as rape. Marriage mean you become one the woman belongs to the man and the man belongs to the woman, the woman must satisfy the man in what ever way he pleases when ever he wants some people says.

Many countries are trying to pass the law about men raping there wives, but it is a very hard decision to make. How will it be proven that the man raped is wife, before you can charge a person for rape you have to provide the evidence. You have to prove that the man took sex by force from is wife, how can the investigator get these evidence  is he going to do a DNA test, the problem in that case is that the wife can willing give her husband sex last night and he took it by force in the morning. There will be a big problem there.

You have to be extremely careful when you are investigating these cases, the woman and her husband can be in a disagreement and she willing give him sex and later turn up at the rape unit and said she has been raped by her husband.

The law cannot only be one sided if the husband can be charge for rape then the wife can also be charged for rape. As i mention earlier that rape is sex without consent weather is the man forcefully take it or the woman.

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Can The Jamaican Guinea Hen Weed Treat Ebola And HIV Effectively

This article was taken from Dr Henry Lowe all credit must be given to him.

A research article focused on Jamaican medicinal plants and authored by Dr Henry Lowe and his Biotech R&D team, has earned a spot in the respected peer-reviewed journal, the European Journal of Medicinal Plants.

The Journal is dedicated to publishing high quality papers in all areas of medicinal plants research, including plant growth and development, agronomic management, plant nutrition, plant physiology, cell biology, molecular biology, biotechnology, medicinal properties, and more.
Dr Lowe and his team recently discovered that proprietary extracts, from Guinea Hen Weed and Dibenzyl Trisulfide (a major chemical constituent), from the Jamaican variety of Guinea Hen Weed, have significantly inhibited the survival of the HIV virus.

“Even though these findings are still at the early stages of development, they show extremely promising potential, which could also impact the treatment of other viral diseases,’ Dr Lowe stated.

“This is especially important at this time, since several Caribbean Islands and other parts of the world, in particular countries in Africa, which are plagued by the HIV pandemic, but also life-threatening diseases, such as the re-emergence of viruses that cause Chikungunya and Ebola.”, he noted.

HIV is the cause of the Acquired Human Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), which has claimed million of lives, and continue to do so, despite the discovery and development of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapies (HAART).

Guinea hen weed, Petiveria alliacea

The full scientific publication is contained in the online version of the European Journal of Medicinal Plants Volume 5(1) under the title: Petiveria alliacea L (Guinea Hen Weed) and its major metabolite dibenzyl trisulfide demonstrate HIV-1 reverse transcriptase inhibitory activity.

Please note that this is not cure for HIV or Ebola the only cure is prevention.

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Can Mosquito Spread Ebola

Good news mosquitoes can not spread Ebola, the Ebola virus is spread by direct human contact body fluids saliva, blood, vomit and feces etc. The Ebola virus can not survive in mosquitoes.

The best solution for Ebola is prevention, avoid all contacts with people with Ebola that is going to be the hardest task. People travel everyday to and from countries with the deadly Ebola virus you have to screen people at ports of entry but that poses a next big problem, the virus does not shows up immediately.

Ebola is a death sentence you have a 90 percent chance of dying when you catch Ebola, no joke thing prevention is the best cure. If you know of a person who has the Ebola virus stay away from them if by any chance you have to  deal with them please equip yourself with the proper protective gear.

Monday, 29 September 2014

Foods To Protect You From Protate Cancer

CONSULTANT urologist Dr Robert Wan has said that a vegetarian diet is best for men trying to minimise their risk of developing prostate cancer, but, convincing them to go vegan is not the easiest of tasks, so men are instead asked to reduce their intake of red meat and increase products that have proven to be beneficial to the prostate.
Diet and nutrition has been identified as one of the risk factors for prostate cancer and Dr Wan told the Jamaica Observer Friday that food is indeed a factor to be concerned about.
"... We know that people who are living in the Far East have low incidence of prostate cancer... people in, like, Japan and Taiwan, those areas," said Dr Wan. "While people who are living in Western countries like the USA, for example, have a high incidence of prostate cancer."
The consultant urologist said this may be attributed to genes but asserted that if Asians move to the West, which they have, they do develop a higher risk for prostate cancer while living in the West. He also said if Western fast food and Western-styled foods are moved to the Far East, "then we are beginning to see a rise in prostate cancer, so we believe that foods do play a part".
Besides animal fat, which Dr Wan told the Sunday Observer seems to be the main problem, which most people get from red meat, especially if the meat is cooked at very high temperatures, milk is another product that seems to increase the risk for developing prostate cancer.
And though the studies are conflicting, Dr Wan said there seems to be a general consensus about some foods that seem to be helpful in the prevention and in some cases management, of prostate cancer.
"The foods that seem to be helpful are soya products, soya protein, green tea, tomatoes, and then some of the other things like broccoli, pomegranate, turmeric, which is a component of curry," the consultant urologist explained. "Studies on coffee have been conflicting but the general feeling is that coffee is beneficial, it is not harmful, and the high-fibre diet. Those are the things that we
think are favourable in regards to the food."
The foods thought to be beneficial in the prevention of prostate cancer have different constituents, but Dr Wan said that the general feeling is that it is the anti-oxidants in some of the foods. He also pointed out that there is some evidence that by giving someone with prostate cancer pomegranate, its progression may not be as rapid as someone who has not been consuming it.
The latest study on tomatoes, Dr Wan said, suggests that if tomatoes are consumed several times per week this could significantly reduce the risk of prostate cancer. However, he pointed out that "this is one of the things that is a bit conflicting... but we seem to be coming to an understanding that the tomato is probably a good thing if you are thinking about your prostate".
"And the cooked tomatoes are effective. The raw tomatoes are not so effective because the constituent in tomatoes is a thing called lycopene and we don't absorb lycopene from the raw tomatoes as much as we do from the cooked... tomatoes," shared Dr Wan.