Comentariu la Tratamentul nou fara interferon in hepatita C de Eva   
Buna ziua! Am fost diagnosticata de curand cu hepatita C insa inca nu am ajuns sa mi se intocmeasca dosarul pentru tratamentul acestuia. Avand probleme si cu inima: protezare mitrala si cu medicatie de anticoagulante imi fac griji ca acesta va fi un impediment in a primi noul tratament fara interferon, oare pot fi luate acestea cu sintromul recomandat de cardiolog? Va multumesc, cu mult respect !!!
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          CARDIAC CATH LAB TECHNOLOGIST / CARDIOVASCULAR TECH   
Posted on: 2017-07-01

ARRT registered cath lab tech needed for Boston. MA license can be obtained easily. 6 labs, will be performing all types of cardiac cath procedures and must have 3 years of cath lab experience. 4x10 day shift.Located in Boston, Massachusetts this 999-bed world-renowned medical center offers sophisticated diagnostic and therapeutic care in virtually every specialty and subspecialty of medicine and surgery. Come visit one of America's greatest walking cities! Take in a ball game, visit one of the many historical attractions in the area, take a swan boat tour, or explore one of the many shopping and dining districts in the area. Position: Technologist Specialty/Modality: Cath Lab Licenses/Certifications: CPR/BLS (Basic Life Support), ARRT-R (Radiography), ACLS (Advance Cardiac Life Support), State License-Radiology Technologist-Massachusetts Physical Abilities: From 50-100lbs For the most prompt response, please APPLY ONLINE. Resumes may also be sent to imagingjobseekers@aureusmedical.com or call (800) 456-5857 for more information. As always, there is never a fee for candidates to utilize our services. There is a reason why Aureus Medical Group is a national leader in healthcare staffing. Whether working with an employee to locate exciting career opportunities or with a hospital to fill a need at a critical time, our job is to take care of you and the patients we collectively serve - and we do so with the highest degree of honesty and integrity. We bring over 25 years of experience, proven methods, and an unwavering commitment to patient care to the staffing process. With travel, locum tenens, local contract, and direct hire opportunities available nationwide, you're sure to find the perfect fit for your career goals and your lifestyle. Our Account Managers are dedicated by specialty area and there is never a charge to you for our services. Not all staffing companies are alike. We're proud to be different. Experience the Aureus difference. EEO/Veteran/Disabled/E-Verify Employer
          CARDIAC CATH LAB TECHNOLOGIST / CARDIOVASCULAR / INTERVENTIONAL   
Posted on: 2017-07-01

Facility is looking for a experienced Cath/IR or Cath tech for 13 weeks. Must be ARRT registered, ACLS, BLS, and have 2 years of travel experience. The Lab uses Siemens Artis for X Ray and Xper by Philips for hemodynamic monitoring. You need to be able to scrub and monitor. You will mostly scrub pacers, ICDs, LHC and PCI, & peripherals. We use IVUS by Volcano often, & FFR. The shifts are 4-10s with 7 days of call on and 7 days of call off. The department works in teams of 2 rad techs with one RN. This 150-bed facility in the heart of the state emanates a quality of light, energy, and warmth found nowhere else on earth. This hospital is nationally accredited by the Joint Commission. The northern lights will change you, while the summer midnight sun charms you. Immerse yourself in the art and culture of this vibrant and diverse city. Position: Technologist Specialty/Modality: Cardiovascular-Interventional Licenses/Certifications: ACLS (Advance Cardiac Life Support), CPR/BLS (Basic Life Support), ARRT-R (Radiography) Physical Abilities: From 50-100lbs For the most prompt response, please APPLY ONLINE. Resumes may also be sent to imagingjobseekers@aureusmedical.com or call (800) 456-5857 for more information. As always, there is never a fee for candidates to utilize our services. There is a reason why Aureus Medical Group is a national leader in healthcare staffing. Whether working with an employee to locate exciting career opportunities or with a hospital to fill a need at a critical time, our job is to take care of you and the patients we collectively serve - and we do so with the highest degree of honesty and integrity. We bring over 25 years of experience, proven methods, and an unwavering commitment to patient care to the staffing process. With travel, locum tenens, local contract, and direct hire opportunities available nationwide, you're sure to find the perfect fit for your career goals and your lifestyle. Our Account Managers are dedicated by specialty area and there is never a charge to you for our services. Not all staffing companies are alike. We're proud to be different. Experience the Aureus difference. EEO/Veteran/Disabled/E-Verify Employer
          SURGICAL TECHNICIAN   
Posted on: 2017-07-01

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          RESPIRATORY THERAPIST   
Posted on: 2017-07-01

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          CARDIAC CATH LAB TECHNOLOGIST / CARDIOVASCULAR / INTERVENTIONAL   
Posted on: 2017-07-01

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          Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) - Coastal Cardiology, PA - Charleston, SC   
Benefits include health insurance, paid time off, retirement and a competitive salary. Our busy cardiology practice is seeking a Certified/Registered Medical...
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          Cardio - metabolic Representative - Belleville/Kingston - Sanofi US - Canada   
Representing Sanofi this representative will conduct his/her business with key targeted specialized physicians, GPs, allied healthcare professionals, hospitals
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          Cardiologists Assisted By 3D Printers   

Patients with irregular heart beats are getting help from 3D printers. KYW's Lynne Adkins reports.


          Staff Nurse - Cardiology   
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust Department: Acute Cardiology Unit Location: Ashton Under Lyne Salary: 22,128 to 28,746 pa As of 7 February 2017, Tameside & Glossop Integrated Care Foundation Trust has been rated as Good the Care Quality Commission, who commended us on being well-led, respo
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          Registered Cardiology Technologist (EC01)  - Vitalité Health Network - Sainte-anne-de-kent, NB   
He/she will also do some filing, work with the ECG computer system and schedule pacemakers' clinics as needed as well as assist physicians in the audit of...
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          NDSU Team Succeeds in New Pacemaker Technology   
By The Daily Republic
An eclectic team of medical personnel, animal experts and electrical engineering professors and graduate students recently gathered on the North Dakota State University campus to test a prototype for a cardiac pacemaker that works without wires or batteries.

The group was able to "pace" a sheep's heart by transmitting radio frequency energy--much like what comes from your cellphone--from an antenna into a tiny microprocessor in the sheep, without contact with the animal.

"A lot of things in medicine are going to get rid of wires, get rid of batteries," said Dan Ewert, a professor in NDSU's Electrical Engineering department, who led the experiment.

"It's an exciting development," Ewert said.

According to the Journal of The American College of Cardiology, 2.9 million Americans received permanent pacemakers between 1993 and 2009, and the number continues to grow steadily.

They're often needed in patients who have a slower than normal heart rate or have a problem with the heart's electrical system.

The weak link in current pacemaker technology is the wires or leads going from the pacemaker into the veins of the heart.

"Over time, if they break down, we have to replace them," said Dr. Christopher Pierce, a cardiologist and electrophysiology specialist at Sanford Health in Fargo, who was not involved in the recent experiment.

Pierce said sometimes the wires themselves become infected and have to be removed through a laser procedure.

Ewert and an electrical engineering faculty colleague, Ben Braaten, have obtained a patent on their wireless, battery-less technology through NDSU and together formed Krisara Engineering in an effort to establish a start-up company in the valley.

Despite the successes, Ewert said the two have so far been unable to make that leap, so the technology "sits" in the NDSU Research Foundation.

The technology's incubation

The two first teamed up in 2009, when Ewert hired Braaten at NDSU for his acumen with radio frequency energy. As a chair of the electrical engineering department at the time, Ewert said he wanted faculty and students to work together on unique ideas and develop new things--then "plow that back into the state's economic development."

Ewert and others began assembling "scholar teams" and "super teams" of people from inside and outside of NDSU to brainstorm the technology further.

The process of bringing a new medical device to the market is a long and expensive one--taking it from concept to product development to human trials--before it can be approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

At one point down the line, Ewert said the NDSU-borne technology caught the interest of one of the biggest medical technology companies in the country--but for a number of reasons which he didn't want to disclose, a partnership never came to fruition.

However, the two applied for and secured a venture grant from the North Dakota Department of Commerce, designed to help move university-developed technology into the marketplace.

"Dan took the biomedical side--the compliance side--getting the animal ready, and I took the technology side--built the prototypes, looked at the complications for safe power and worked on the procedure to implant the electrodes," said Braaten, assistant professor in electrical engineering.

The grant helped propel the technology to where it is now.

"Without that money, this would still be on paper," said Ewert.

The experiment

The implantation of the pacemaker took place on the NDSU campus on March 19, with a retired surgeon from the VA Medical Center leading the surgical aspect of the experiment. Dr. Mark Jensen has a keen, personal interest in the project. He was born with a rare heart defect, has a family history of heart disease and is due for a pacemaker himself due to an abnormally slow heart rate.

He knows wireless technology is the future for pacemakers.

"I want to make this thing work!" Jensen said in an interview with The Forum in February.

Joining Jensen was an operating room nurse, veterinarians, engineers and NDSU animal handling specialists.

At first, things looked bleak.

"When we started out, we had 2 percent efficiency," said Sajid Asif, an NDSU graduate student who was part of the project.

But after working around the clock on a redesign, the group tried again.

"The energy is coming from outside the body, and we're able to pace the heart that's existing inside that sheep--this was the first time that we did it," said Ewert.

The group has a ticker-type strip to show--almost a souvenir of their work.

"What you see on the left here is the heart normally beating," said Jared Hansen, another NDSU grad student, as he pointed to the paper strip.

"Then when we start pacing, you see these large spikes," he said.

The second part of their experiment involved fashioning a smaller, flexible antenna-- one that could be attached to the skin.

"Something closer to what you might wear," said Braaten.

The pacemaker electrodes themselves will be made smaller as well, with as many as six in all being embedded in the outside of the heart.

"Similar to the smallest Tylenol gelcaps--and once we show that in an animal model, the next step is to go to human testing," said Braaten.

The next level

Human testing of a medical device requires a huge financial investment.

Industry giants Medtronic and St. Jude Medical Center, both Minnesota-based companies, both have wireless pacemakers currently in use in human clinical trials, mainly outside of the U.S.

But unlike the NDSU prototype, each contains batteries and each is placed in a single chamber of the heart, which limits the type of heart problems it can remedy.

Ewert thinks those factors are what make the NDSU technology better.

No matter which technology catches on, it appears wires are on the way out, and Dr. Pierce, who's placed thousands of pacemakers over the years and removes broken pacemaker wires from patients every few weeks, thinks that will be a good thing.

"It would reduce the bulk of foreign bodies that can get infected or block up veins," said Pierce.

Ewert and Braaten are chomping at the bit to take their version of the technology to the next step.

"We have the team assembled, we have the technology, we're where we need to be," Ewert said.

He said it's an indication of the sheer level of talent that exists at NDSU and in the state of North Dakota.

"There's only a handful of people in the world who can do what these guys are doing," Ewert said, "and we just happen to have them here."

NDSU Team Succeeds in New Pacemaker Technology - The Daily Republic 

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          Wednesday Pawse - Day 21   
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UPDATE - I have decided to join the Biggest Loser Winter Challenge to keep me accountable. It starts December 12. GO, Team Amethyst

I can certainly say one thing... I have been working way too hard to get fit and lose weight for the past 4 months to just throw it away on a few weeks of high-calorie food and sitting on the couch.

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          Staying Motivated During The Holidays   
I can certainly say one thing... I have been working way too hard to get fit and lose weight for the past 4 months to just throw it away on a few weeks of high-calorie food and sitting on the couch.

My plan is to get 100 minutes of cardio a day. I'm shooting for 750 minutes a week. Yes, it's lofty, but if I made it easier, then I wouldn't be working as hard. I think you need to strive to do more, when you hit that goal, keep increasing bit by bit. Last week , I logged between 7...
          Sping Bootcamp Challenge   
I was very pleased to discover that SP is organizing a Spring Bootcamp! I participated in the first Jan 1 Bootcamp and managed to stay with it for about 2 weeks. I was so out of shape that it was hard to completely execute the cardio videos. Also, it was brutally cold and wet outside, so adding fitness walks a few times a week was nearly impossible.

This time will be different! I just finished the Day 1 kickboxing video (entirely) after my morning walk/jog of 42 minutes! The S...
          I'm Challenged for May   
I have committed to 60 miles in the Roadrunners Team for the month of May. This is just 20 miles a week. Hopefully, this will help keep me on the fitness track. The new team I've joined, Quickfire is kicking my butt! (in a good way) My goal this month is to continue with the daily Quickfire Challenges, along with my cardio.

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Over the years, Central Park Chiropractic has evolved and there have been many new innovations in health and anti-aging. CPC has kept up with these anti-aging and youth enhancement innovations. CPC patients receive the benefits of health from the-inside-out and the-outside-in. CPC patients always look younger and feel better!

Dr. Janet (aka "Dr. J") is a founding partner of Central Park Chiropractic. Passion for bringing relief to people's lives is the core of what drives Dr. J and defines her ideals in all aspects of life. Knowledgeable; Dedicated; Doctor.

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Who should use Dark Spot Corrector? Our Dark Spot Corrector is the appropriate treatment option for anyone looking to help fade the appearance of dark spots, regardless of age or gender. While we formulated our product with the highest quality, safe ingredients, every person's skin is unique so it is best to test the product on a different skin area to make sure you react well to the ingredients.

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A different spot corrector actually made my dark spots MORE noticeable. Could this happen with your product? The reason many other products make your dark spots MORE noticeable is because they use harsh, potentially dangerous bleaching agents, which can seep into surrounding skin. This means that they can cause a white "ring" to form around the dark spot - which actually makes the spot "highlighted" and more obvious!

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Our product won't cause this effect because it does not contain a bleaching agent. Active ingredients in Dark Spot Corrector work deep within the skin where dark spots start, to "break up" areas of hyperpigmentation and reduce melanin overproduction naturally.

How do I use Dark Spot Corrector? It should be used up to four times daily, depending on the color and size of your spots. Using a pea- or dime-sized amount, apply the treatment directly to your areas of hyperpigmentation. Because our skin's natural healing processes are most efficient at night, never forget to apply before bed!

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Other spot correctors I've tried smell horrible, like chemicals. Does yours? Many other spot correctors smell like harsh chemicals because they're MADE with horrible chemicals. We, on the other hand, spent years actively searching for the most powerful natural ingredients in the world that can achieve the same (or even better) results as those harsh chemicals, without any of the risk or danger. Because ours is more natural, you won't experience the "ink" or "Clorox" smells so many other products have. Ours smells very lightly of plum and honey, due to its inclusion of the powerful Kakadu plum.

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I have oily, acne-prone skin. Will Dark Spot Corrector clog my pores or cause breakouts? Many products have a heavy cream base that makes skin feel oily and greasy. Instead, ours has a light gel base that dries quickly and absorbs into the layers of the epidermis - instead of sitting on top of your skin and clogging pores. This makes it ideal to use before makeup application or before applying your daily SPF moisturizer.

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I have very dry skin. Will Dark Spot Corrector irritate my skin or cause flaking like other products I've tried? The ingredients in our formula contain properties meant to moisturize and protect the skin, unlike other products whose harsh chemicals dry out and dehydrate the epidermis. Every person's skin is different - but most people using this product should notice a pleasant, non-greasy moisturizing effect.

Can I use Dark Spot Corrector around my eyes? Although our dark spot corrector is formulated with gentle, non-irritating ingredients, the skin around the eyes is significantly thinner than surrounding skin - making it much more delicate and sensitive. That's why it is best to use products around the eyes that are specifically formulated for that area.

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Is there a money-back guarantee? Our mission at 5th Avenue Cosmeceuticals is to create effective and affordable products that not only meet but exceed your expectations. We want to prove this to you. Test-drive our products for two months and feel confident in your decision. On top of that, our expert customer service team is always here for you to answer any questions you may have about the product.

Dr. Ellen Marmur, MD , Dermatology: Your body is constantly under attack from outside forces, and the skin is its greatest defender. It functions like Gore-tex, a high-tech outer sheath that protects us from temperature extremes, wind, and ultraviolet rays from the sun. It's a two-way barrier that not only retains water in the body but also acts as a water-resistant raincoat against too much water coming in. It's also our best shield against injury (bruises, cuts, and scrapes) and infection.

This incredible packaging contains us and keeps the body in balance by regulating temperature and providing insulation from heat and cold. For example, all the hair follicles are attached to tiny muscles that contract as a response to cold air, elevating hair on the body and trapping air around us, keeping the body warm like fur. When it's hot outside, cooling mechanisms kick into gear as the nervous system triggers the blood vessels and sweat glands to release heat as fast as possible. Overheated blood is pumped away from the heart and out to the skin, where the heat dissipates (which is why your skin becomes flushed). Sweating cools the skin by bringing moisture to the surface, where it evaporates in the air - instant air-conditioning. https://www.sharecare.com/health/healthy-skin/how-does-my-skin-work

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Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD, Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease): Your skin works to protect you in many ways. First, skin covers your entire body and provides waterproof protection. But skin does so much more than that!

Skin, a complex organ, is the largest organ in your body. It produces melanin, the brown pigment that protects against the ultraviolet radiation in sunlight. It also contains special immune cells, called Langerhans cells that protect your body from potentially dangerous microbes. Skin contains lymph cells (lymphocytes) that protect you from infection. It contains sweat glands that help your body get rid of waste and maintain the correct body temperature. And, last but not least, your skin is rich in nerve cells that allow you to experience touch, which plays a key role in human emotions, including sexual attraction. https://www.sharecare.com/health/healthy-skin/how-does-my-skin-work

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Other products I've tried gave me results at first, but then stopped working after a while. Will this happen with your product? The reason you may have experienced this with other products is because they may not have added enough of the active ingredients (usually to cut corners and save a buck), or they use harsh chemicals that cause an instant reaction but do not work in the long term. Instead, our formula is packed with ingredients that give you LASTING results, and the longer you use the product, the better results you'll experience.

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Is it suitable for all skin types? Since our Dark Spot Corrector contains safe, natural ingredients that help regenerate your skin from the inside out, our unique formula can be used on every skin type without the risk of side effects. However, every person's skin is different, so results may vary.

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Can it be used on sensitive skin? Because our Dark Spot Corrector is formulated with natural, gentle ingredients, it is safe to use on even the most sensitive skin. However, those who know they have sensitive skin are always advised to use caution when using any new product for the first time.

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How do I know it's working? We always recommend that our patients take a "before" picture prior to their first use. Take your "after" photo about a month later and you can see the results for yourself! Our patients have reported a reduction in the color and size of the hyper-pigmented area, but since every person's skin is unique, every person's experience is slightly different.

Does 5th Avenue Cosmeceuticals test on animals? Absolutely NOT. 5th Avenue Cosmeceuticals adheres strictly to cruelty-free, animal-friendly practices. REEF FRIENDLY. Made with Natural ingredients.

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Lansing Michigan Reason #22 Why Buying 5th Avenue Cosmeceuticals UV Sun Spot Removing Lotion https://5th-avenue-cosmeceuticals.myshopify.com is a Required Antioxidant, Skin-Brightening Peptide Technology (with SymWhite)

What is Niacinamide (2% to 5%)? The types of 'product claims' that can be made using this ingredient are: BWL (Brightening-Whitening-Lightening).

Niacinamide: Strengthens Skins Epidermal Barrier (pg. 8); Moisturizes Skin / Anti-Aging / Skin Lightening / Anti-Acne (pg. 8); Helps Keep Skin Hydrated (pg. 11); Helps Normalize Skin Balance of Fatty Acids (pg.12); Enhances Suppleness and Maintenance of Skin (pg. 13); Reduces the Signs of Skin Aging (pg. 15); Helps Improve the Appearance of Aging Skin (pg. 16); Interferes in the Transfer of Melanosomes to Keratinocytes (pg. 19); Lightens the Skin (pg. 21); Helps to Even Skin Imperfections Caused by Age Spots (pg. 22); Helps Clear Skin Imperfections (pg. 26); Reduced the Severity of Acne by 52% Compared to Clindamycin (pg. 26); and Help Counteract the Imbalance that Causes Skin Blemishes (pg. 27).

Effects: UV Stressed Skin; Skin Tone (4% to 5%); Skin Barrier Protection; DNA Protection; UV-Induced Immuno-Suppression Protection; Rebalances and Repairs; Prevents Pigments From Surfacing on the Skin by up to 68% (pg. 14); Reduces Cutaneous Pigmentation after 14 Days (pg. 18); Increases Physiological DNA Repair (pg. 20); Prevents UV-Induced ATP Decline (pg. 20); Stimulates Collagen Synthesis (pg. 25); Improves the Appearance of Lines and Wrinkles (pg. 25); Help Retain Skin Elasticity (pg. 26); Stimulates a 35% Increase in Collagen Synthesis (pg. 26); and Reduces Sebum Formation and Excretion (pg. 33).

What is Gwennis (up to 3%)? Belides (2% to 5%)? DermalRX (1% to 4%)? The types of 'product claims' that can be made using this ingredient are: BWL (Brightening-Whitening-Lightening).

Gwennis: Significantly Reduces Skin Pigmentation in 3 Months (pg. 1); Significantly Reduces Size of Dark Spots in 3 Months (pg. 1). Belides: Increases Skin Lightening After 28 Days (pg. 20); Reduction of Tyrosinase Expression (pg. 24); Reduction of Tyrosinase Activity (pg. 24); Reduction of Melanosome Transfer (pg. 24); Reduction of Melanin Formation (pg. 24). DermalRX: Helps the Skin Gently Loosen Course Keratinized Cells (pg. 2); Stimulates Renewal of Younger Skin Cells (pg. 2); Promotes Smoother, More Radiant, Younger-Looking Skin (pg. 2).

Enhances Exfoliation of Skin (pg. 3); Promotes Anti-Aging Activity in Skin (pg. 5); Reduces Skin Roughness 12% After 14 Days (pg. 5); Reduces Skin Roughness 26% After 28 Days (pg. 5); Increases Skin Brightening and Lightening 23% After 14 Days (pg. 6); Increases Skin Brightening and Lightening 43% After 14 Days (pg. 6); Improves Skin Elasticity 4% After 14 Days (pg. 7); Improves Skin Elasticity 9% After 14 Days (pg. 7); Reduces Wrinkles by 44% After 14 Days (pg. 11); Reduces Wrinkles by 68% After 28 Days (pg. 11); Promotes Skin Renewal by Stimulating Natural Exfoliation (pg. 12).

What is Brightenyl (2% to 4%)? Symwhite (1%)? The types of 'product claims' that can be made using this ingredient are: BWL (Brightening-Whitening-Lightening).

Patented - THBG ingredient (Tri Hydroxy Benzoic acid alpha-Glucosides) (pg. 2); Restores and Even Skin Tone (pg. 1); Reduces Pigmented Spots (pg. 1); Controls Skin Redness (pg. 1); Controls Darkening of Skin (pg. 1); STOPS the Melanogenesis Process (pg. 2); DECREASES Vasodilation and Redness (pg. 2); REDUCES Inflammation (pg. 2); STOPS Melanin Transfer (pg. 2); WHITENS the Skin (pg. 2); Instant Antioxidant Activity (pg. 4); 4X Better Antioxidant Efficacy Compared to Vitamin C (pg. 4); Excellent DNA Protection with up to 94% of Photo-Protection (pg. 4); Controls Skin Inflammation up to 90% (page. 4); Visibly Reduces Sun Damages (pg. 5).

Reduces UV Spots in 1 Month (pg. 6); Uniforms Skin Ton (pg. 6); Improves Skin Lightening (pg. 6); Decreases Global Melanin Content by -150% (pg. 6); Decreases Skin Redness by -600% After 84 Days (pg. 7); Increases Skin Whitening 16x After 84 days (pg. 7); Claims: Skin Whitening, Skin Color Correction, Redness Reduction; Skin Brightening, Skin Lightening, Skin Tone Uniformization; Reduction of Pigmented Spots, Correction of Melasma; and Correction of Pigmentation Disorders. Symwhite: Anti-Freckle (pg. 6); Patented Skin Lightener Promotes Antioxidant Activity (pg. 22); Lightens Hair Color (pg. 34); Lightens Melanoma Cells (pg. 54); Reduces Melanin by 95% (10 times better that kojic acid) (pg. 44); Lightens Skin Tone (pg. 49); Treats Uneven Skin Tone (pg. 49); Reduces UV-Induced Skin Pigmentation (pg. 49); Reduces Hair Pigmentation (pg. 49).

What is B-White (2.5% to 5%)? The types of 'product claims' that can be made using this ingredient are: BWL (Brightening-Whitening-Lightening).

Full Clinical Efficacy / Excellent Safety Profile (pg. 42); Biomimetic Peptide Inhibits / Decreases Tyrosinase Activity (pg. 27); Inhibits / Decreases Melanin Synthesis (pg. 27); Evens Skin Tone (pg. 6); No Toxic Nor Harmful Bleaching Agents (pg. 6); Flawless Complexion (pg. 6); Inhibits MITF (microphtalmia-associated transcriptional factor) (pg. 12); Helps Transport Peptide Across Skin Barrier (pg. 15); Binds TGF-? Receptor (pg. 19); Decreases Proteins Expression in Pigmentation (pgs. 21, 23); Reduces Skin Pigmentation (pg.25); Prevents Melanosome Formation (pg. 29).

Reduces Melanin Pigments (pg. 29); Decreases Melanin Synthesis with Higher Activity than Vitamin C (pg. 30); Reduces Dendricity and Melanosome Content (pg. 31); Induces Significant Skin Lightening After Only 4 Weeks (pg. 34); Induces Significant Skin Lightening on Pigmented Spots After Only 4 Weeks (pg. 35); Reduces the Appearance of Pigmented Spots (pg. 38); Lightens Overall Skin Tone (pg. 40); Makes Skin Tone More Uniform and Brighter (pg. 41); Improves Photo-Aging (pg. 43); Significant Lightening Effect After Only 28 Days (pg. 44); Brightening Effect for More Uniform Complexion (pg. 44); Liposome Encapsulated (pg. 46); and lastly … Decreases Constitutive and Facultative Pigmentation (pg. 46).

Our doctors serve a diverse clientele of businesspeople, families, athletes of all levels and entertainers. We are on-call for many Broadway Theatres, hotels and performance venues in the NYC area and have treated singers, dancers and actors at their most crucial moments. Our passion for bringing relief to people's lives is the core of what drives Dr. Medwid (Dr. Irene) and Dr. Shefts ( Dr. J) and defines CENTRAL PARK CHIROPRACTIC (CPC) ideals in all facets of life.

To inspire our community to experience a fulfilled-life through personalized care and lifestyle services. To provide unprecedented healthy-living resources and viable skin-care solutions to our valued patients. To educate our community regarding health-and-wellness topics all while concentrating energy and focus on Anti-Aging, Quality of Life Improvement and Youth-Enhancement results.

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          Hospitalists' Winning Abstracts Target High-Value Care   
Researchers developed strategies to reduce the number of days insurers refused to pay for as well as the number of unnecessary transthoracic echocardiography tests and unnecessary heart monitoring.
Medscape Internal Medicine
          Ia dat zilnic soțului său două linguri de ulei de cocos ca să trateze o boală teribilă. Ce sa întâmplat după o lună - Antena 3   

Antena 3 Ia dat zilnic soțului său două linguri de ulei de cocos ca să trateze o boală teribilă. Ce sa întâmplat după o lună Antena 3 Exista o epidemie crescanda de obezitate, diabet tip II, boala cardiovasculara si estimarile sugereaza ca 15 milioane de oameni din SUA vor dezvolta Alzheimer pana in anul 2050. Studiile recente insa sugereaza ca anumite alimente organice si produse … și altele »

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          Cardiologists - Moh Uae Evaluation   
We are looking for the following Doctors to join our clientPositionCardiologistsNo of Positions1 (Specialist)Preferred NationalityAnyIndustryHealth Care HospitalEducational Qualification RequiredDoctoral Degree PG with recent MOH EvaluationTotal Work Experience Required5-
          Baylor-Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse-$5 K Sign On Bonus - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
From Kindred at Home - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:05:41 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
From Kindred at Home - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:05:41 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          5 Fakta Jerboa Lompatan Hewan Pengerat Lucu   
Jerboa bergerak dengan Melompat
Hidup di Afrika Utara dan Asia, yang berjalan dengan kaki bagian belakang sedangkan lengan depan dan ekor panjangnya sebagai penjaga keseimbangan.

"Jerboa memiliki gerak yang sangat tidak menentu, yaitu bergerak dengan lintasan zigzag, dan bisa melompat beberapa meter secara vertikal dan horizontal, sedangkan ukuran badan kira-kira sebesar kepalan tangan Anda.




Jerboa Tidak Minum
Jerboa mendapatkan semua kelembaban badan dari makanan yang Jerboa makan, sebagian besar tanaman dan serangga.

Ada 33 Spesies Jerboa
Enam dari spesies Jerboa berbadan kerdil. Meskipun tidak sepenuhnya teridentifikasi, Jerboa dalam video populer kemungkinan dari spesies Cardiocranius paradoksus, Jerboa kerdil dengan lima jari

Spesies Jerboa lainnya dengan proporsional tubuh yang paling aneh adalah Jerboa bertelinga panjang, pertama kali tertangkap di film di alam liar pada tahun 2007, dalam sebuah ekspedisi ke Gobi "Zoological Society of London". Dengan ukuran telinga dua-pertiga dari ukuran tubuhnya, Jerboa ini merupakan salah satu hewan yang memiliki telinga terbesar dari rasio tubuh dalam dunia hewan.

Mengapa telinganya panjang? Ini dapat membantu hewan padang pasir seperti Jerboa bertelinga panjang menjaga suhu tubuh tetap dingin. yaitu saat darah bergerak melalui telinga, maka panas dengan mudah menghilang oleh hembusan angin

Inggris menggunakan Jerboa sebagai maskot dalam Perang Dunia II.
Seperti yang terlihat dalam video ini, Jerboa Mesir yang berukuran lebih besar, merupakan tikus tercepat yang kemungkinan terinspirasi Inggris untuk membuat hewan Jerboa sebagai simbol untuk brigade lapis baja negara itu, yang dikenal sebagai Desert Rats.

Jerboa Bukan Hewan Peliharaan yang Bagus
Jadi mengapa hewan lucu ini tidak dijadikan hewan peliharaan? Untuk yang satu ini, Jerboa asli yang diekspor dari Afrika dibatasi dari masuk ke Amerika Serikat sejak tahun 2003 karena berhubungan dengan cacar monyet, kata Adam J. Langer, pemimpin tim Karantina dan Perbatasan Pelayanan Kesehatan untuk US Centers for Disease pengendalian dan Pencegahan. Tapi Ada pengecualian khusus untuk penelitian ilmiah.



          BL Indigo - LCWD June 4   
This Weeks LAST CHANCE WORKOUT:

To Successfully Complete the Challenge this Wednesday June 4:

Complete the UC Breakfast for the Day (earn your points)
Complete 40mins minimum of Cardio Exercise
4 Sets of 15 Reps - Core Exercises (your choice)
ST50 - Pick any other Strength or Resistance Exercise and complete 50 Reps of that exercise!

Let us know on thursday how you did!

          Gym workouts - Week 1 at new Gym   
Thursday was a Run
4.2k run on tredmill and 11mins Stepper - 750 steps 50 floors
418kcal

Friday was my day off from the gym to rest up!

Saturday was Total Body and Cardio so i did
4.8k run on tredmill and 20mins ST
(4 Sets of Each)
-Seated Leg Curls
- Chest Press
- Hip Abduction
(3 Sets) of Fly & Delts
567kcal

Sunday today was Abs and Leg Cardio
15mins Arc Training
24mins Stationary Bike
5 Mins Stepu...
          PORTES OUVERTES ** AIDE-ÉBOUEUR-20,53$** TOUS LES MERCREDIS - TRAVAIL GLOBAL AGENCE DE PLACEMENT INC. - Boucherville, QC   
Vous avez à cœur une ville propre, vous avez un bon cardio, vous êtes en bonne forme physique, vous aimez travailler à l’extérieur et êtes disponible pour... $20.53 an hour
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          KZN’s got heart (problems)   
East Coast Radio — While cancer is what most people are suffering or dying from in all other provinces, in KZN it’s cardiac or cardiovascular events - heart and blood vessels issues, in other words. The data doesn’t apply to the entire population, but to the 40% who have long term insurance products - mainly life cover, income protection and chronic diseases cover. Wendy Knowler picks up the story.
          Difference between invasive, non-invasive and interventional cardiology   
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is directly co-related to a healthy heart. But due to changing routines and eating habits, there are times where heart problems occur. In such cases, it is the cardiologist who diagnoses the problem and treats it … Continue reading
          Baylor-Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse-$5 K Sign On Bonus - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
From Kindred at Home - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:05:41 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
From Kindred at Home - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:05:41 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Médico Cardiólogo - Add&Grow - Exterior   
Add&Grow busca médicos especialistas en cardiología para incorporar en Clínica de Chile. ADD&GROW es una empresa de reclutamiento y selección especializada en...
De Expansión & Empleo - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 15:19:35 GMT - Visualizar todas as empregos: Exterior
          Comentário sobre A maior zaga do Brasil! Rhodolfo e Réver estreiam dupla de gigantes no Fla por Moises Leocardio   
Eu falei em tom de critica também não escalaria ele kk
          Third Postgraduate Course in Heart Failure   
Registration is open for the 3rd PCHF 2018–2019, developed by the Heart Failure Association, European Society of Cardiology and European Heart Academy
          Russian Cardiovascular Days 2017   
A key international educational event held annually initiated by Michel Komajda and Evgeny Shlyakhto in 2013
          Mekhman N Mamedov MD PhD   
Mark Nicholls speaks to Mekhman N Mamedov about his journey from PhD graduate to one of Russia’s leading cardiologists
          Platelet lipidomics: a window of opportunity to assess cardiovascular risk?   
This editorial refers to ‘Regulation of oxidized platelet lipidome: implications for coronary artery disease’‡, by M. Chatterjee et al., on page 1993.
          Position paper of the European Society of Cardiology–working group of coronary pathophysiology and microcirculation: obesity and heart disease   
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          Fractional flow reserve and pressure-bounded coronary flow reserve to predict outcomes in coronary artery disease   
Abstract
Aims
Fractional flow reserve (FFR) has proven to its prognostic and therapeutic value. However, the additive prognostic value of coronary flow reserve (CFR) remains unclear. This study sought to investigate the clinical utility of combined FFR and CFR measurements to predict outcomes.
Methods and results
Using the prospective, multicentre Interventional Cardiology Research Incooperation Society–FFR registry, a total of 2088 lesions from 1837 patients were included in this substudy. Based on baseline and hyperaemic pressure gradients, we computed physiologic limits of CFR [the so called pressure-bounded (pb) CFR] and classified lesions as low (<2) or high (≥2). The primary endpoint was major adverse cardiac events (MACE, a composite of cardiac death, myocardial infarction, and revascularization) analysed on a per-patient basis. During a median follow-up of 1.9 years (inter-quartile range: 1.0–3.0 years), MACE occurred in 5.7% of patients with FFR ≤0.80 vs. 2.8% of patients with FFR >0.80 [adjusted hazard ratio (aHR): 2.15, 95% confidence interval (CI): 1.19–3.89; P = 0.011. In contrast, the incidence of MACE did not differ between patients with pb-CFR < 2 vs. pb-CFR ≥ 2 (4.2% vs. 4.2%; aHR: 0.98, CI: 0.60 to 1.58; P = 0.92). Incorporation of FFR significantly improved model prediction of MACE (global χ2 38.8–48.1, P = 0.002). However, pb-CFR demonstrated no incremental utility to classify outcomes (global χ2 48.1–48.2, P > 0.99).
Conclusions
In this large, prospective registry of over 2000 coronary lesions, FFR was strongly associated with clinical outcomes. In contrast, a significant association between pb-CFR and clinical events could not be determined and adding knowledge of pb-CFR did not improve prognostication over FFR alone.

          Life-threatening acute occlusion between interposed graft and left coronary artery after modified Bentall operation   
A 61-year-old man underwent modified Bentall operation with a long interposed graft to left coronary artery for DeBakey Type I aortic dissection 4 years ago. He had residual descending aortic dissection with pseud-lumen extending to left subclavian artery and right iliac artery (Panel A; Supplementary material onlineSupplementary material online, Movie S1). He presented with acute ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) complicating cardiogenic shock. Emergent contrast-enhanced computed tomography revealed total occlusion between the interposed graft and left coronary ostium (LCO) (Panels B and C). The arterial approach site was limited to right brachial and left femoral arteries, and the intra-aortic balloon pump could not be inserted because of residual descending aortic dissection. We decided to perform primary percutaneous coronary intervention through right brachial artery with use of percutaneous cardiopulmonary support system via left femoral site. Coronary angiogram showed total occlusion between the interposed graft and LCO (Panel D; Supplementary material onlineSupplementary material online, Movie S2). After 2.0 mm balloon pre-dilatation, intravascular ultrasound, and optical coherence tomography showed homogeneous fibrous plaque with residual mural thrombus in severe stenosis between the interposed graft and LCO as well as left main trunk (Panels E and ad; Supplementary material onlineSupplementary material online, Movies S3 and S4). We deployed a stent of Xience Xpedition (3.5/15 mm) and obtained an optimal result with achievement of TIMI-3 flow grade (Panel F; Supplementary material onlineSupplementary material online, Movie S5). We described a rare case of STEMI following modified Bentall operation with total occlusion between the interposed graft and LCO. In daily practice, careful attention should be paid to an intimal proliferation and subsequent thrombosis of the graft with myocardial ischemic events.
          Fractional flow reserve to guide and to assess coronary artery bypass grafting   
Abstract
The aim of this review is to highlight the role of invasive functional evaluation in patients in whom coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) is indicated, and to examine the clinical evidence available in favour of fractional flow reserve (FFR) adoption in these patients, outline appropriate use, as well as point out potential pitfalls. FFR after CABG will also be reviewed, highlighting its correct interpretation and adoption when applied to both native coronary arteries and bypass grafts. Practice European guidelines support the use of FFR to complement coronary angiography with the highest degree of recommendation (Class IA) for the assessment of coronary stenosis before undertaking myocardial revascularization when previous non-invasive functional evaluation is unavailable or not conclusive. As a result, FFR has been adopted in routine clinical practice to guide clinicians decision as to whether or not perform a revascularization. Of note, due to the increasing confidence of the interventional cardiologists, FFR guidance is also being implemented to indicate or guide CABG. This is in anticipation of supportive clear-cut evidence, since recommendations for FFR adoption were based on randomized clinical trials investigating percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) strategies in which patients with typical indications for CABG were excluded (e.g. left main disease, valvular disease, and coronary anatomy unsuitable for PCI). Based on the critical appraisal of the literature, FFR can play an important role in risk stratification and determining management strategy of patients either before or after CABG.

          I made more money when I was fat – Lepacious Bose   
Popular comedienne, Lepacious Bose, on Saturday said she made more money when she was overweight than when she became slim.
Bose said this at a news conference to mark the 2nd anniversary of Herbal Pro’s flagship product, EZ Slim and the Unveiling of Nigeria’s First Online Health and Wellness Newsletter in Lagos.

“I was obese for 25-years. I was never happy being fat and I had health challenges like my thyroids were aggravating, I was depressed, for two years I was not menstruating. I was so emotional and each time I visited the hospital, they will ask me to go and lose weight.
“Though, I was making a lot of money because it was easy cracking jokes about my being fat. Now that I am slimming down, I do not make so much money anymore.
“Above all, my weight loss has been an incredible journey and I am proud of the progress I have made and I don’t intend to stop.
“I am also proud of the fact that my weight loss is an inspiration to others. I am happier, healthier and more confident thanks to EZ Slim product.
“Presently, I am now a size 16. Two years ago, I was obese with a weight of 198kg.”
Also speaking, Mr Kishore Uttamchandani, Managing Director, Herbal Pro said that a study by Herbal Pro Limited showed that 89 percent of people suffering from high blood pressure, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes in Nigeria were either overweight or obese.
Uttamchandani said that the study pointed to the lack of insight about healthy living as one of the causes of obesity in Nigeria.
He said the organisation had introduced an online weekly newsletter aimed at providing information and advice on how to improve health through healthy living.
”There has been a significant increase in the level of internet usage in Nigeria. The internet is a key avenue for researching and passing on information.
“Being a company that is into health and wellness, we would like to use the newsletter to educate, inform and advise Nigerians on how best to live a healthy life.
“We believe that a healthy lifestyle goes a long way to reducing cases of illnesses, ” he said.
In her remarks, Ms Vivian Iweha, Public Relations Manager of the organisation, said Herbal Pro was a herbal solution company focused on improving the health of Nigerians.
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          Mesagerul: Demetrius Bădiță, tânărul din Rebrișoara rănit grav în accidentul de marți seară, a decedat   
POZE-VIDEO PROGRAM DE PRIVEGHI pentru Demetrius Bădița – 1 Iunie 2017 Demetrius Bădiță, tânărul din Rebrișoara, în vârstă de 19 ani, rănit grav într-un accident rutier absurd, petrecut în seara zilei de 27 iunie, pe unul dintre dealurile Năsăudului, s-a stins în zorii dimineții de vineri, la secția de Terapie Intensivă a Spitalului Județean de Urgență din Bistrița. Trista veste a fost dată de pastorul Ciprian Bârsan, pe blogul său personal. „Demetrius Bădiță a plecat Acasă. Nu cunoaștem viitorul, nu știm răspunsul la întrebarea De Ce, acum însă e timpul pentru lacrimi și mai ales rugăciune! Să ne rugăm pentru această familie încercată! Dumnezeu să intervină și să mângâie…”, a făcut cunoscut Ciprian Bârsan. Demetrius Bădița tocmai absolvise Colegiul Economic din Năsăud și se afla în plin examen de Bacalaureat. Fosta sa dirigintă, Viorica Țuțuruga, își aduce aminte că „era un copil bun și liniștit, ce nu a supărat pe nimeni”. Reamintim faptul că, prins sub mașina pe care încerca să o împingă pentru a o scoate dintr-un ogaș al drumului aflat în pantă în prelungirea Văii Podului din Năsăud, tânărul a suferit un stop cardio-respirator. În urma resuscitării efectuate de salvatorii sosiţi la locul accidentului, inima a repornit după mai [...]
          Can coconut oil kill you?   

by Robert G. Silverman, DC, DACBN, DCBCN, MS, CCN, CNS, CSCS, CIISN, CKTP, CES, HKC, SASTM The recent headlines about coconut oil say that because it’s higher in saturated fat than beef or lard, it’s bad for you. “You’ll drastically increase the chances of cardiovascular disease if you eat it because saturated fat raises cholesterol, which […]

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          Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) - Coastal Cardiology, PA - Charleston, SC   
Benefits include health insurance, paid time off, retirement and a competitive salary. Our busy cardiology practice is seeking a Certified/Registered Medical...
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          To Eat or Not To Eat Before a Run   

What are the benefits of fasted cardio?

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Mountain Heart, LLC: Highly respected Cardiology Group Practice seeks an additional Interventional Cardiologist in Flagstaff, ArizonaOpportunity to include peripheral interventions and/or vein proceduresIncome potential: 75th to 90th percentileCall on a 1:5 rotation for days and 1:4 for nightsPartnership opportunityFacility: full diagnostics, cardiac rehab, vein procedure room, sleep labNo competition; superior relationship with the hospitalLearn more at www.mountainheartcares.com.Flagstaff, Arizona - Known as The Dark Sky City (best star-gazing in the nation)Surrounded by mountains, deserts and ponderosa pine forests266 sunny days enable great outdoor activities year-roundFantastic downhill and cross-country skiing and snowboarding at Arizona Snowbowl Ski Resort45 minutes to Sedona and Red Rock Country60 miles to the Grand CanyonMountain Heart, LLC: Highly respected Cardiology Group Practice seeks an additional Interventional Cardiologist in Flagstaff, Arizona Oppo Source: http://www.juju.com/jad/000000009pbr9y?partnerid=af0e5911314cbc501beebaca7889739d&exported=True&hosted_timestamp=0042a345f27ac5dc0413802e189be385daf54a16310431f6ff8f92f7af39df48
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          Man dies during struggle with Miami police officers in East Little Havana   

A man who had threatened to shoot a woman and ran into traffic in Miami's East Little Havana died during a struggle to get away from police officers on Saturday, according to the City of Miami Police Department. 

Officer Yelitza V. Cedano said police officers responded to a laundromat at 698 West Flagler St., and found the man was acting aggressively.  

Cedano said the man was "in an altered state" and was "behaving in an erratic manner." She also said he "appeared to be high on narcotics ... and the officers on scene restrained him for his safety."

The man died after he tried to kick the police officers, Cedano said. The police officers reported the man stopped breathing and collapsed. 

The police officers called Miami Fire Rescue and began administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation, Cedano said. Paramedics determined he was dead. 

Miami detectives were asking anyone with information to call 305-603-6350 or Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477. 

Local 10 News Marcine Joseph contributed to this report. 

 

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          El pie diabético y el dilema de su prevención   
Según la OMS se define al pie diabético como la “ulceración, infección y/o gangrena del pie asociados a neuropatía diabética y diferentes grados de enfermedad arterial periférica, siendo el resultado de la interacción de diferentes factores metabólicos.” Aunque ser diabético según la definición no otorga la entidad de diabéticos a los pies, sí que los cataloga como “pies de riesgo” lo que ,como el propio nombre […]
          Can Massage Help Improve My Running?   

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With the delightfully warm weather outside, do you find yourself itching to tie up your running shoes and hit the trail?  If so, you’re not alone.  In fact, in the US alone one in every ten adults runs for exercise.  And it’s for good reason; running is a relatively inexpensive mode of exercise, it burns a high number of calories, and it is terrific cardio exercise.  If you’ve never tried to run for exercise, OR if you’ve dabbled in jogging before and have since sworn it off, we encourage you to give it a shot.  Not only do our tastes and preferences tend to change over time, but our bodies can change too, and perhaps your body and mind might now be more receptive to running.  Given that June 7th is National Running Day, we thought we’d explore how running impacts the body, and how massage can be a runner’s best friend.

 

If you’ve never considered massage as a running necessity, consider that out of all those millions of runners in our country, 40-80% sustain an injury at least once per year.  The most-common injuries? Achilles tendonitis (when the tendon at the back of your heel tightens and becomes irritated), hamstring strain, iliotibial band syndrome (the tightening of that fussy IT band that runs from your hip to your knee on the outside of your thigh), and knee issues top the list. If not properly cared for, these injuries can put a wannabe runner out of commission for weeks, or even months. 

 

Given how commonplace running-induced injuries can be, it’s just common sense to take steps to keep your body in primed shape with massage, especially given all of its other benefits, too.  Here’s exactly how massage can help:

  • When you pull, tear, or otherwise strain muscles, as is common in running, you can develop scar tissue.  When a muscle undergoes stress it can develop tears.  The surrounding muscles band together to protect that area, leading to painful knots and muscle scar tissue.  Massage can reduce scar tissue and heal muscle adhesions, leading to less soreness and greater muscle movement.
     
  • Even if you don’t get an actual injury, the very act of running – repetitive and sustained muscle work – makes you a candidate for tight muscles and poor circulation.  Massage can effectively improve and increase the quality and level of circulation, and can soothe and loosen muscles, decreasing your chance of strains and injuries.
     
  • Have a race coming up?  Whether it’s a neighborhood Fun Run, a 5k, or a full marathon, be sure to add a massage appointment into your training schedule.  Getting a massage from Elements Massage before a race can reduce muscle tension, give your serotonin and endorphins a boost to increase your confidence, and improve your immune system to help prevent a pre-race illness. 
     
  • The fact that massage can reduce inflammation makes a post-run massage a great tool for making sure your muscles heal quickly and properly.  And, the better you feel after your run, the sooner you’ll be ready to hit the pavement again and again.

 

Be sure to discuss your running routine with your massage therapist so he or she can concentrate on your most-worked or most-vulnerable areas.  Taking proper prevention and care can help to ensure a long and healthy season of running and exercising, for many National Running Days to come.

 

 

 

https://runnersconnect.net/coach-corner/massage-for-runners/

http://www.livestrong.com/article/490163-negative-effects-of-running-on-the-body/

http://www.runnersworld.com/health/the-big-7-body-breakdowns

http://www.runnersworld.com/for-beginners-only/benefits-of-massage-for-runners

 

 


          Benefits of Swimming as Exercise   

 

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As you’ve gotten older, we’re guessing your definition of “swimming” has changed a little.  When you were a toddler, swimming meant splashing around with plastic watering cans and arm floaties.  As a school-aged kid swimming became a little more serious, with some lessons or swim team thrown into the mix.  And now, as an adult, what does swimming look like to you?  If you’re like a lot of adults, “going swimming” means arriving at the pool, possibly wearing a swimming suit, and sitting pool-adjacent while enjoying the sun and a juicy magazine. 

 

As lovely as pool loungers can be, we’d like to encourage you to think again about real swimming, and just why you might want to incorporate it into your fitness routine. So here are our top 5 reasons to start swimming again.  Really swimming.

 

  1. Your joints like it.  Because you only bear about 10% of your weight in the water, swimming offers a cardio workout without the wear and tear on your body that you might find with running or playing sports.  As long as your doctor agrees, swimming can be a great exercise option for those with arthritis or heart conditions.  Also, some people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis find exercising in water to be good for building strength and balance under the guidance of their doctor.  And, as heat sensitivity is common in patients with MS, they might find relief in the coolness of pool water. 
     
  2. Your muscles like it.  Given the great resistance that water provides, simply moving through water can tone and strengthen muscles.  Add in swimming powerful strokes for 30 minutes at a time, and you’ve got an effective muscle-building workout, no weights or equipment needed.  In fact, swimming works an impressively high number of major muscle groups including your arms, back, legs, glutes, and core, making it an effective full-body workout.
     
  3. Your bedtime likes it.  Like most aerobic exercise, swimming can improve the quality of your sleep.  This is because exercise acts as a stressor on the body, one that the body needs to compensate for later with deeper sleep.  Exercise such as swimming also releases endorphins which can help lower stress and depression, leading to a clearer and happier mind come nighttime. 
     
  4. Speaking of depression, your mood likes it.  Exercise has been shown in studies to improve self-esteem, elevate the mood, and have a calming effect.  Plus, as you get more confident in swimming and learn more about how to do various strokes and turns well, this, too, can have a dramatic effect on your mood and level of self-confidence.  One study published in Psychosomatic Medicine in 2011 found that regular exercise can help ward off panic attacks in those suffering from anxiety.
     
  5. Your waistline likes it.  Of course, any kind of exercise can help manage weight if paired with a healthy diet.  However, swimming can be especially good for weight control in that it provides both cardiovascular and strength-training, all in one workout.  Aerobic exercise can burn a high level of calories, while building muscles can help ensure that your metabolism stays nice and high.

 

 

 

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https://www.sharecare.com/health/healthy-sleeping/can-exercise-improve-quality-of-sleep
https://health.clevelandclinic.org/2013/08/swimming-joint-friendly-and-good-for-the-heart/
 

          Massage and Heart Health   

heart healthYour stress level.  Your tight muscles.  Your emotional well-being.  Your mood.  The laundry list of reasons why you keep your regular appointments with your massage therapist is plenty long. This is for good reason - it seems like every time you turn around, there’s another article about why massage is great for you.  All you know is that after you’ve had an appointment with your massage therapist, you feel better. But have you ever considered the “hidden” benefits of massage? The ones you can’t necessarily feel or see? This February, during American Heart Month, let’s take into consideration the positive benefits that massage might hold for your heart – after all, the hardest-working muscle in your body should feel some love too, right?
 
Since 1964, our country has recognized the importance of calling attention to heart health, by recognizing American Heart Month. Heart disease is a serious matter, and is worth having a month devoted to its scary reality. As the federal declaration notes, “cardiovascular disease — including heart disease, stroke and high blood pressure — is responsible for one out of every three deaths. It is the No. 1 killer of American women and men, and it is a leading cause of serious illness and disability.” 

It’s no surprise, then, that as a country we’re generally well-versed on a few things that make for a healthier ticker. By now you know that fried foods, high-fat animal products and partially hydrogenated oils are heart health no-no’s; and that antioxidant-rich produce, whole grains and healthy fats are heart heroes. Well, heart-smarty pants, let us school you on one more effective way to care for your heart.

It just so happens that your heart can greatly benefit from massage, just like so many other parts of your body. For one, receiving regular massages can lower blood pressure, which decreases your chance of having a heart attack.  In fact, one 2008 study found that participants in a study who received one  massage experienced a drop in blood pressure by 10 mg Hg, and a drop in heart rate by 10 beats per minute. This is the same effect as taking blood pressure medication long-term, after just one session – not too shabby!

Massage also improves circulation, which can strengthen your heart, and also makes your heart’s job a little easier. One more impressive thing about massage? It lowers the stress hormones in your body.  Specifically, massage can attack the stress hormone cortisol, which, if left unchecked and elevated, can dramatically raise the likelihood of death due to a stroke or heart attack.
 
Keep in mind that in situations where blood pressure, or other aspects of heart health, is critically off balance, massage may very well not be a suitable substitute for medication. If you have high blood pressure or heart disease, always consult your physician about the best course of action for your treatment. In many cases, however, massage can complement the effects of medication, or even lessen the need for it.  
It can be hard to keep track of all the dos and don’ts of taking care of yourself. It’s nice to know that simply by keeping a regular massage schedule, you can accomplish so much of what it means to have proper self-care. This month, as you contemplate the different ways to treat yourself right, put your heart into it. And your heart, with its tireless pumping and working, will treat you well right back.


          Massage and Heart Health   

Your stress level.  Your tight muscles.  Your emotional well-being.  Your mood.  The laundry list of reasons why you keep your regular appointments with your massage therapist is plenty long. This is for good reason - it seems like every time you turn around, there’s another article about why massage is great for you.  All you know is that after you’ve had an appointment with your massage therapist, you feel better. But have you ever considered the “hidden” benefits of massage? The ones you can’t necessarily feel or see? This February, during American Heart Month, let’s take into consideration the positive benefits that massage might hold for your heart – after all, the hardest-working muscle in your body should feel some love too, right?
 
Since 1964, our country has recognized the importance of calling attention to heart health, by recognizing American Heart Month. Heart disease is a serious matter, and is worth having a month devoted to its scary reality. As the federal declaration notes, “cardiovascular disease — including heart disease, stroke and high blood pressure — is responsible for one out of every three deaths. It is the No. 1 killer of American women and men, and it is a leading cause of serious illness and disability.” 

It’s no surprise, then, that as a country we’re generally well-versed on a few things that make for a healthier ticker. By now you know that fried foods, high-fat animal products and partially hydrogenated oils are heart health no-no’s; and that antioxidant-rich produce, whole grains and healthy fats are heart heroes. Well, heart-smarty pants, let us school you on one more effective way to care for your heart.

It just so happens that your heart can greatly benefit from massage, just like so many other parts of your body. For one, receiving regular massages can lower blood pressure, which decreases your chance of having a heart attack.  In fact, one 2008 study found that participants in a study who received one  massage experienced a drop in blood pressure by 10 mg Hg, and a drop in heart rate by 10 beats per minute. This is the same effect as taking blood pressure medication long-term, after just one session – not too shabby!

Massage also improves circulation, which can strengthen your heart, and also makes your heart’s job a little easier. One more impressive thing about massage? It lowers the stress hormones in your body.  Specifically, massage can attack the stress hormone cortisol, which, if left unchecked and elevated, can dramatically raise the likelihood of death due to a stroke or heart attack.
 
Keep in mind that in situations where blood pressure, or other aspects of heart health, is critically off balance, massage may very well not be a suitable substitute for medication. If you have high blood pressure or heart disease, always consult your physician about the best course of action for your treatment. In many cases, however, massage can complement the effects of medication, or even lessen the need for it.  
It can be hard to keep track of all the dos and don’ts of taking care of yourself. It’s nice to know that simply by keeping a regular massage schedule, you can accomplish so much of what it means to have proper self-care. This month, as you contemplate the different ways to treat yourself right, put your heart into it. And your heart, with its tireless pumping and working, will treat you well right back.


          Keep your Health & Wellness Resolution with Regular Massage Therapy   

As your year starts to ramp up and life gets busy, it’s a good week to check in on your New Year’s resolution. Have you started your new healthy lifestyle? Eating right? Exercising? Making healthy choices day-in and day-out? If not, now’s the time to start. If you're looking for something that will help your mind and your body throughout your resolution, try regular massage therapy. 

Massage & Wellness
When thinking of a fitness resolution, you’ve most likely considered a workout routine and healthy eating. Massage can play an intricate part in your 2016 fitness plan. Regular massage therapy will help improve your performance, balance and help you recover faster from your workouts. It doesn’t matter if your goal is to run a marathon or relax after a long week, incorporating massage therapy will help you feel better. 

Physical Benefits 
Your cardiovascular system and your muscular system improve with the help of massage therapy. Regular massage increases your blood flow to your heart, which helps produce oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and contributes to removing toxins. Having a healthier cardiovascular system helps your muscular system. The increase in oxygen and blood flow throughout your body can relieve muscle tension, help with faster recovery and reduce any soreness. You’ll also notice more flexibility and have an increase in your range of motion. 

Psychological Benefits
Your overall health and wellness encompasses much more than your physical body. For a strong health and wellness resolution, you must think about your mind as well. So often we get caught up in life’s stresses and become filled with anxiety. Part of your health and wellness resolution should include relaxing your mind. Massage is the perfect way to help relieve stress and anxiety. Massage can increase dopamine and serotonin levels, which are directly linked to reducing stress. 

Think about the resolution you made this year and make sure that massage therapy is part of your health and wellness routine. Custom massage therapy from Elements Massage™ will help. A massage therapist will customize a massage that will fit your body. Whether it’s to heal pain, reduce stress or just to take the time to yourself, we guarantee you’ll be satisfied — that’s the Elements Promise™.


          Keep your Health & Wellness Resolution with Regular Massage Therapy   

As your year starts to ramp up and life gets busy, it’s a good week to check in on your New Year’s resolution. Have you started your new healthy lifestyle? Eating right? Exercising? Making healthy choices day-in and day-out? If not, now’s the time to start. If you're looking for something that will help your mind and your body throughout your resolution, try regular massage therapy. 

Massage & Wellness
When thinking of a fitness resolution, you’ve most likely considered a workout routine and healthy eating. Massage can play an intricate part in your 2016 fitness plan. Regular massage therapy will help improve your performance, balance and help you recover faster from your workouts. It doesn’t matter if your goal is to run a marathon or relax after a long week, incorporating massage therapy will help you feel better. 

Physical Benefits 
Your cardiovascular system and your muscular system improve with the help of massage therapy. Regular massage increases your blood flow to your heart, which helps produce oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and contributes to removing toxins. Having a healthier cardiovascular system helps your muscular system. The increase in oxygen and blood flow throughout your body can relieve muscle tension, help with faster recovery and reduce any soreness. You’ll also notice more flexibility and have an increase in your range of motion. 

Psychological Benefits
Your overall health and wellness encompasses much more than your physical body. For a strong health and wellness resolution, you must think about your mind as well. So often we get caught up in life’s stresses and become filled with anxiety. Part of your health and wellness resolution should include relaxing your mind. Massage is the perfect way to help relieve stress and anxiety. Massage can increase dopamine and serotonin levels, which are directly linked to reducing stress. 

Think about the resolution you made this year and make sure that massage therapy is part of your health and wellness routine. Custom massage therapy from Elements Massage™ will help. A massage therapist will customize a massage that will fit your body. Whether it’s to heal pain, reduce stress or just to take the time to yourself, we guarantee you’ll be satisfied — that’s the Elements Promise™. Visit www.elementsmassage.com to find a studio near you.


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          5 Benefits of Massage and Swimming   

benefits-massage-swimming-elements-massage-wellness-newsSwimming is perhaps one of the great full-body workouts for any fitness level. It is the perfect combination of muscle and cardio conditioning. Plus, in the summer it provides an excellent way to stay cool. Did you know that massage therapy can play a significant role in your swimming technique as well as in helping your muscles recover after a swim? 

Increased Range of Motion
Massage therapy will improve blood circulation throughout your body. When swimming you are using your entire body, with increased circulation your muscles will loosen up, you’ll be more flexible and eventually you’ll have a greater range of motion. This will increase your time in the pool and allowing you to be a strong swimmer. 

Restore Mobility to Injured Muscles 
With an exercise that requires a lot of muscle movement and stretching, it is easy to get tightness and even knots in your muscles. Regular massage therapy will help will help repair any damaged muscle tissue.

Reduce Risk of Overuse Injury 
With so many muscle groups working hard repeatedly, swimmers can experience injury and muscle fatigue relatively easy. Massage therapy will help keep your swimming muscles loose, helping to avoid injury from overuse. 

Quick Recovery 
After any exercise, you’ll feel tightness. It is best to stretch to get the blood flowing again and to avoid lactic acid build-up. After a swim, make sure to stretch properly. A post swim massage would be very beneficial for muscle and mental recovery. 

Improve Mental Focus
In general, when your body is relaxed, your mind is at ease as well. It’s only fitting that massage therapy helps ease the mind for swimmers which allowing them to focus when they are in the water.  

As you approach your summer swimming regimen, think about massage therapy to help improve your swimming fitness levels. Elements Massage™ offers custom massage therapy that will be designed specifically to meet your needs. The Elements Promise™ guarantees you will experience the best massage. Visit elementsmassage.com to find a studio near you.


          Aging Gracefully: Tips to Keeping Your Mind, Body Young   

As you watch your children or grandchildren grow and begin a new grade at school this Tips for aging gracefullyyear, it’s only natural to start thinking of how you’ve aged over the years and what your future holds as you and your family progress in life. To help slow down some of the effects that naturally occur as you age, Elements Massage offers the following tips to keep your mind and body feeling young.

Stay Active

As you age, you might think you’ll naturally slow down. But, the more active you stay as you reach milestone birthdays, the healthier you can feel physically and the happier you can live mentally. Regular cardio exercise, like walking and riding your bike, not only helps keep your body active and strong, but it can also be great for releasing stress and promoting a more positive attitude. Regular strength and flexibility training is also great for helping keep your posture in line and your mobility flexible, both of which are important factors to aging gracefully. 

Keep a Positive State of Mind

Your mind can be one of the weakest muscles in your body if you leave it to wander into negative feelings of self-doubt, self-defeat and low self-esteem. You can only experience true piece of mind when you learn to let go of the negative thoughts and influences in your life. To keep your mind free of negativity and full of youthfulness, take notice and appreciate all of the little things in life. And, remember that age is only a number. You’re only as old as you think you are, so throwback your attitude to your earlier years when you found pleasure in the simpler things in life.

Take Time Out for Yourself

Whether you have children or not, adults are notorious for putting the needs of others before themselves in both personal and professional situations.  It is only a matter of time before you’ll experience total burnout if you don’t take time to focus on your own health and well-being. To be the best version of yourself for you, your family and your career, it’s important to designate regular time in your life that’s dedicated to refueling and reinvigorating your mind, body and soul. Monthly massage therapy sessions are great times to do this as massage helps relax and repair your mind and body so you’re prepared to continue running strong  in all aspects of your life today and as you age.

As we celebrate Healthy Aging Month throughout September, make it a point this month to take the time to focus on ways to incorporate some of these healthy habits into your daily life.  It’s a great time of year to invest in your mind and body’s health and wellness. Elements Massage is here to help. Visit www.elementsmassage.com to find the location nearest to you. 


          Aging Gracefully: Tips to Keeping Your Mind, Body Young   

As you watch your children or grandchildren grow and begin a new grade at school this Tips for aging gracefullyyear, it’s only natural to start thinking of how you’ve aged over the years and what your future holds as you and your family progress in life. To help slow down some of the effects that naturally occur as you age, Elements Massage offers the following tips to keep your mind and body feeling young.

Stay Active

As you age, you might think you’ll naturally slow down. But, the more active you stay as you reach milestone birthdays, the healthier you can feel physically and the happier you can live mentally. Regular cardio exercise, like walking and riding your bike, not only helps keep your body active and strong, but it can also be great for releasing stress and promoting a more positive attitude. Regular strength and flexibility training is also great for helping keep your posture in line and your mobility flexible, both of which are important factors to aging gracefully. 

Keep a Positive State of Mind

Your mind can be one of the weakest muscles in your body if you leave it to wander into negative feelings of self-doubt, self-defeat and low self-esteem. You can only experience true piece of mind when you learn to let go of the negative thoughts and influences in your life. To keep your mind free of negativity and full of youthfulness, take notice and appreciate all of the little things in life. And, remember that age is only a number. You’re only as old as you think you are, so throwback your attitude to your earlier years when you found pleasure in the simpler things in life.

Take Time Out for Yourself

Whether you have children or not, adults are notorious for putting the needs of others before themselves in both personal and professional situations.  It is only a matter of time before you’ll experience total burnout if you don’t take time to focus on your own health and well-being. To be the best version of yourself for you, your family and your career, it’s important to designate regular time in your life that’s dedicated to refueling and reinvigorating your mind, body and soul. Monthlymassage therapy sessions are great times to do this as massage helps relax and repair your mind and body so you’re prepared to continue running strong  in all aspects of your life today and as you age.

As we celebrate Healthy Aging Month throughout September, make it a point this month to take the time to focus on ways to incorporate some of these healthy habits into your daily life.  It’s a great time of year to invest in your mind and body’s health and wellness. Elements Massage is here to help.


          Summer Activity Series: Massage & Running   

Running is becoming one of the most popular forms of cardio exercise due to its low cost, simplicity and readily available access to people of all ages and abilities. The only things you need to go out for a run is a pair of shoes, a path (concrete, asphalt, trail, etc.) and the desire to run like the wind. But, if you have plans to run like Forest Gump and make running a lifetime adventure, it’s important to maintain the health of your muscles and mind while you traverse the landscape logging your miles. 

Routine Training Regimens Bring Home Results

Whether you’re a recreational runner or you compete in specific distances, following a training program is essential to maintaining the ability to run injury-free for as long as you desire. A training program can be as simple as running two-to-three miles twice a week or as detailed as running a specific number of miles each day and each week to ensure that you’ve logged enough miles before your next race. Either way, it’s important to complement your running days with recovery days each week and schedule regular massages into your training plan.

“Definitely get a training program in place and fit the massage into the training schedule where it makes sense,” advises Joseph Barrett, massage therapist at Elements Glendale. “Getting a massage on your day of recovery or on your rest day where you’re just going to do something like a core workout is a good idea. I recommend massages every two weeks to my running clients, even if they’re just running a 5k for fun on the weekends. Massage helps keep your body straight so you can get the proper rest and recovery. You can’t sleep well if you’re all knotted up.”

If you’re training for a specific distance like a 5k, 10k, half marathon or even a marathon, Barrett advises his clients to take it slow and only increase mileage by a maximum of 10 percent per week. And, it’s always important to get your long run in each week of your training so both your mind and body are conditioned properly and ready to perform on race day.

“You don’t have to live by your training program 100 percent, but it’s important to have one in place that is geared toward helping you accomplish your running goals and distances,” says Barrett. “You can definitely take a cheat day here and there, but always get your long runs in and then get a massage afterward. Don’t cut the long run out of your training.”

Speed, Strength Comes from Limber, Relaxed Muscles

After you set your training plan and start the process of building up mileage and endurance, taking care of your body’s muscles should be one of your top concerns. Although a lot of a runner’s focus is on propelling the legs in a forward motion, the most successful runners acknowledge and appreciate the impact that is absorbed throughout their entire bodies as they complete mile after mile. In Barrett’s experience, personally as a runner for 10 years and working with others in the sport for four years, he finds that runners have the most problems in the hips, quads, hamstrings and calf muscle areas. He also finds that it’s important for runners to release their pectoral muscles to help with lung capacity, posture and to make sure that the spine is in line so the body can run and recover in the most relaxed state possible.

Free Your Mind to Conquer More Miles

Running a successful race, or continuing through a prolonged period of training, takes more than physical strength and endurance. Running takes a certain level of mental strength to keep you running strong when your feet and legs ache, your breath get short and you reach a level of exhaustion that most runners refer to as “hitting the wall” or “bonking.” More times than not running requires mind over matter while you complete new distances, making it important to take a mental time out throughout your running regimen to revive and recuperate your state of mind.

“I think at mile 10 or mile 12 of a long distance run like a marathon, there’s just a new definition of the word pain,” explains Barrett. “It just takes on a whole new meaning. It’s pretty intense and it takes a lot of mental strength to make it through to the end.”

There can be mental challenges before you even hit the road.  Runners can be apprehensive about even lacing up their shoes and getting out the door each day to train, as well as stress out about whether they’re fueling appropriately, sleeping enough and doing all of the right things to run their best. Regular massage can help you take a step back from the mind games of running so you can focus on visualizing the successful completion of your run.

“Any time in running, but especially before a big race, the first thing you do is review in your mind what you’ve eaten and then you go through the past week in your mind,” shares Barrett. “It can be very daunting and very overwhelming. Even 24 hours before a big run, I tend to get really nervous about whether I’ve fueled correctly and if I’m going to make it. Getting a light massage leading up to your race can help loosen your muscles, but also help your mind to relax and let go.”

Whether you’re a seasoned runner or a newbie to the sport, it’s best to approach your goals one step at a time. Enlist the help of other runners, as well as a seasoned sports massage therapist like Barrett, to help guide and support you throughout your running journey. The more you listen to your body and take care of it during the training, the better results you’ll experience during your lifetime of running.


          Five Daily Tips to Thrive Therapeutically   

As the stress of work, family, relationships and personal obligations pile up, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by everything that goes on in your daily life. Before you know it, you can get caught up in a vicious cycle of negative feelings, habits and attitudes.

To keep your emotional and physical health grounded, it can be helpful to maintain a healthy perspective by focusing on daily therapeutic approaches that can lead to better overall health and well-being. Whether you’re a busy mom or a stressed-out executive, everyone can benefit from pushing out the unhealthy aspects of your life one day at a time with the following five therapeutic tips. 

SweatSweat It Out 

Sweating can be one of the most therapeutic remedies for relieving stress and tension while increasing energy levels and positive attitudes. But many people believe they need to set aside an hour every day for cardio or strength training workouts to get the best results.

When it comes to exercising for the purpose of relieving stress, just five to 10 minutes of any level of activity can do the trick says Shannon Lemire, massage therapist at Elements Needham. Going for a 10-minute walk either outside or on the treadmill can be enough time to download your brain from a busy day and revitalize your spirits. 

“I think you should approach any new activity little by little so you can set yourself up for success,” explains Lemire. “Anything you do, whether it’s exercising or eating healthy, should be about feeling good about what you’re doing and doing it in small pieces, rather than trying to go about it in really big ways and getting discouraged along the way.”

Leave Out the Junk

Most people would agree that soda, chips, sugary treats and desserts can be classified as traditional junk food. But eating refined and processed foods is fueling your body with junk food as well.

As the old saying goes, “you get out what you put in.” So if you’re fueling your body with junk food, then you will more than likely experience unfavorable results both physically and mentally.

Food not only can affect how your body looks and feels, but it also can contribute to people’s stress and whether they can handle what comes their way during the day. Lemire suggests removing junk food from your diet one day at a time by swapping out one processed food with one fruit or vegetable each day. 

“If you’re not eating enough fruits, vegetables and ingredients from nature, then you’re going to wake up most days not feeling great,” explains Lemire. “You also aren’t preparing yourself to function 100 percent throughout the day.”

Breathe In and Out

Breathing is simple enough. You do it all day, every day without even thinking about it. But when you’re stressed or busy, your breathing patterns can become short and shallow, which can lead to tension from holding in your full breaths.

A good daily tension and stress release tactic is to take a minute or two out of your day to focus on deep breathing.  If you work at a desk, it can be as easy as backing your chair up, putting your screensaver on, turning your phone off and just sitting quietly inhaling through your nose and exhaling through your mouth. 

“I’m a big fan of getting in touch with your breath,” shares Lemire. “The simple act of deep breathing will get your stress levels down from a 10 to a three or less in no time. It’s a great quick stress reliever that anybody can do at any time.”

SmileThrow Out a Smile 

A smile can speak volumes when it comes to influencing your attitude and the feelings of others around you. When Lemire feels down or is having an off day, she tries to think of one thing that makes her smile to bring her back to a more happy and positive place emotionally. And, when she sees clients come in for a massage not feeling well, the simple act of smiling at them can help lighten up their day. 

“I’m a big believer in positive thoughts,” explains Lemire. “The simple act of smiling not only makes me feel better, but 100 percent of the time it helps my clients feel better. And it’s nice to see them smile back, too.”

Take Time Out for Yourself

The biggest excuse that most people lean on for not being able to live a therapeutic lifestyle is not having enough time during their busy days to focus on their personal health and well-being. In the grand scheme of life, though, if you want to start living a better one then you have to start taking five minutes for yourself each and every day.

Just like you spend a few minutes daily brushing your teeth, schedule a few minutes of downtime every night before you go to bed to wind down, drink a cup of tea and just let yourself go. Or before you get out of bed in the morning, snooze your alarm for an extra few minutes to stretch out your body from head to toe, take a few deep breaths and set your intentions for the day.

Taking these few minutes at the beginning and end of your day can lead to making a big difference in your overall approach and attitude toward all areas of your life. 

“You can always do something for as long as you brush your teeth,” says Lemire. “If I put an exercise like stretching or deep breathing into my phone and time it, it motivates me more and keeps me going. Just make it a priority to take a break and stop for a few minutes to check in with yourself.”

Daily therapeutics are not only good for promoting a healthy heart and soul internally.  Taking time for yourself can also carry over to being able to better handle external situations in your life like work, relationships and family.

Start out today taking five minutes to relax and rejuvenate your mind and body. It’ll only be a matter of time before you start feeling healthier and happier.


          Five Daily Tips to Thrive Therapeutically   

As the stress of work, family, relationships and personal obligations pile up, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by everything that goes on in your daily life. Before you know it, you can get caught up in a vicious cycle of negative feelings, habits and attitudes.

To keep your emotional and physical health grounded, it can be helpful to maintain a healthy perspective by focusing on daily therapeutic approaches that can lead to better overall health and well-being. Whether you’re a busy mom or a stressed-out executive, everyone can benefit from pushing out the unhealthy aspects of your life one day at a time with the following five therapeutic tips.

SweatSweat It Out

Sweating can be one of the most therapeutic remedies for relieving stress and tension while increasing energy levels and positive attitudes. But many people believe they need to set aside an hour every day for cardio or strength training workouts to get the best results.

When it comes to exercising for the purpose of relieving stress, just five to 10 minutes of any level of activity can do the trick says Shannon Lemire, massage therapist at Elements Needham. Going for a 10-minute walk either outside or on the treadmill can be enough time to download your brain from a busy day and revitalize your spirits.

“I think you should approach any new activity little by little so you can set yourself up for success,” explains Lemire. “Anything you do, whether it’s exercising or eating healthy, should be about feeling good about what you’re doing and doing it in small pieces, rather than trying to go about it in really big ways and getting discouraged along the way.”

Leave Out the Junk

Most people would agree that soda, chips, sugary treats and desserts can be classified as traditional junk food. But eating refined and processed foods is fueling your body with junk food as well.

As the old saying goes, “you get out what you put in.” So if you’re fueling your body with junk food, then you will more than likely experience unfavorable results both physically and mentally.

Food not only can affect how your body looks and feels, but it also can contribute to people’s stress and whether they can handle what comes their way during the day. Lemire suggests removing junk food from your diet one day at a time by swapping out one processed food with one fruit or vegetable each day.

“If you’re not eating enough fruits, vegetables and ingredients from nature, then you’re going to wake up most days not feeling great,” explains Lemire. “You also aren’t preparing yourself to function 100 percent throughout the day.”

Breathe In and Out

Breathing is simple enough. You do it all day, every day without even thinking about it. But when you’re stressed or busy, your breathing patterns can become short and shallow, which can lead to tension from holding in your full breaths.

A good daily tension and stress release tactic is to take a minute or two out of your day to focus on deep breathing.  If you work at a desk, it can be as easy as backing your chair up, putting your screensaver on, turning your phone off and just sitting quietly inhaling through your nose and exhaling through your mouth.

“I’m a big fan of getting in touch with your breath,” shares Lemire. “The simple act of deep breathing will get your stress levels down from a 10 to a three or less in no time. It’s a great quick stress reliever that anybody can do at any time.”

SmileThrow Out a Smile

A smile can speak volumes when it comes to influencing your attitude and the feelings of others around you. When Lemire feels down or is having an off day, she tries to think of one thing that makes her smile to bring her back to a more happy and positive place emotionally. And, when she sees clients come in for a massage not feeling well, the simple act of smiling at them can help lighten up their day.

“I’m a big believer in positive thoughts,” explains Lemire. “The simple act of smiling not only makes me feel better, but 100 percent of the time it helps my clients feel better. And it’s nice to see them smile back, too.”

Take Time Out for Yourself

The biggest excuse that most people lean on for not being able to live a therapeutic lifestyle is not having enough time during their busy days to focus on their personal health and well-being. In the grand scheme of life, though, if you want to start living a better one then you have to start taking five minutes for yourself each and every day.

Just like you spend a few minutes daily brushing your teeth, schedule a few minutes of downtime every night before you go to bed to wind down, drink a cup of tea and just let yourself go. Or before you get out of bed in the morning, snooze your alarm for an extra few minutes to stretch out your body from head to toe, take a few deep breaths and set your intentions for the day.

Taking these few minutes at the beginning and end of your day can lead to making a big difference in your overall approach and attitude toward all areas of your life.

“You can always do something for as long as you brush your teeth,” says Lemire. “If I put an exercise like stretching or deep breathing into my phone and time it, it motivates me more and keeps me going. Just make it a priority to take a break and stop for a few minutes to check in with yourself.”

Daily therapeutics are not only good for promoting a healthy heart and soul internally.  Taking time for yourself can also carry over to being able to better handle external situations in your life like work, relationships and family.

Start out today taking five minutes to relax and rejuvenate your mind and body. It’ll only be a matter of time before you start feeling healthier and happier.


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          Should I Stretch Before or After a Workout?   

Fallon O.
Elements Westford

"I tell all of my clients to stretch before and after.  It'll keep them from getting sore. Not being sore at the gym will give you a better workout, and if your muscles are stretched properly there's less chance of an injury."

Jules C.
Elements Carmel Mountain

"It's always preferable to stretch a warm muscle rather than a cold one. Heat allows a muscle to relax more fully as evidenced by having more flexibility after a yoga session than when you started it. Or, to put it in massage terms, heat packs or hot stones used on a client allow a therapist to go deeper into a muscle because it is more relaxed.

"A final point on this is that stretching actually decreases the strength of a muscle as it is the polar opposite of the contracting that your muscles must do when you work out."

Angel W.
Elements Florence

"I tell my clients to stretch before and after the workout. Preparing the muscles is just as important as the recovery."

Meredith M.
Elements Timonium

"You want to warm up the muscles before a workout with a combination of stretching and cardio.  So arm circles at a faster pace will stretch the muscles but warm them up at the same time.  Dynamic stretching is what I call it.

"After a workout static stretching is important because this is your cooldown period.  So you want your heart rate to continue to come down but still stretch your muscles."


          Set the Stage for Aging Gracefully   

Aging gracefully is not just a lifestyle – it’s a mind-set that focuses on connecting your mind, body and spirit for overall health and wellness. In order to embrace the golden years as a healthy and active senior citizen, it is important to take care of yourself today by adopting consistent massage, nutrition and exercise habits so you can live tomorrow and the years to come feeling restored, vibrant and pain-free.

Industry trends show that senior citizens are taking a more holistic approach to their health and well-being needs as they age. According to a recent study from the AARP and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), Americans aged 50 and older are discussing the use of complementary and alternative products and practices such as herbal or dietary supplements, meditation, massage therapy, chiropractic care and acupuncture with their health care providers.

The survey found that just over half (53 percent) of people 50 and older reported using Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) at some point in their lives, and nearly as many (47 percent) reported using it in the past 12 months. Herbal products or dietary supplements were the type of CAM most commonly used, with just over a third (37 percent) of respondents reporting their use, followed by massage therapy, chiropractic manipulation, and other bodywork, used by around a fifth (22 percent) of respondents. Nine percent of respondents reported using mind/body practices, while 5 percent reported use of naturopathy, acupuncture and homeopathy.1

Revive and Reinvigorate Your Body and Soul

As today’s baby boomers jump into the next stage of their lives as retirees, golfers, travelers and pool loungers, they are turning to massage therapy for a deeper sense of mind and body relaxation, restoration and circulation. Therapeutic massage is a medically proven method for supporting overall health and wellness. The benefits of massage for senior citizens can include:

  • Improved range of motion and decreased low-back pain.
  • Increased circulation, allowing the body to pump more oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs.
  • Exercise and stretching for atrophied muscles.
  • Reduced swelling and scar tissue.
  • Reduced recovery time from injury/surgery.
  • Reduced stress, the cause of nearly 90 percent of today’s diseases.
  • Released endorphins, the body’s natural painkiller, thereby reducing the need for medications.
  • Stimulated lymph flow and support for the body’s natural process of detoxification.
  • Enhanced production of T-Cells to boost your immune system. 2

Contrary to popular belief, you do not need to wait until you are stressed or injured to get a massage. Any time is a good time for a massage. Massage is like a health-supplement or preventative care for a person's body and mind. A regular monthly massage is a great way to cope with physical or emotional stress and to keep it from causing discomfort or harm to your body.

Protect Your Skin

If it’s not properly protected from nature’s elements, your skin can be the first body part to show signs of aging. Experts agree that consistently using sunscreen throughout the year (even during the winter months when the sun may be hiding behind clouds, but skin damaging rays can still be present) is one of the most important steps you can take to help your skin look as young as you feel. There are many make ups and daily moisturizers available that include SPFs of 15 or more to provide constant skin protection throughout the day.

Another element to consider when it comes to protecting your skin is increasing the humidity levels in your home, especially during the winter, to help prevent dry, chapped skin. Using a room humidifier while you sleep and/or using a house-wide humidifier system not only helps to increase the smoothness and softness of your skin, but it also can help with reducing wintertime nasal congestion and discomfort.

Massage also can help promote healthy skin and immune systems by stimulating and activating a body’s circulation. This mind and body relaxation technique can directly benefit skin by enhancing tissue elasticity, improving circulation and joint flexibility, as well as boost a body’s immune function, alleviate life-shortening stress and create a greater sense of self.3

Fuel Your Body

Fueling your body with adequate amounts of whole grains, lean proteins, fruits and vegetables is important for healthy bodies at any age. According to the National Institute on Aging, to eat well, it’s best to incorporate foods that are high in nutrients (vitamins, minerals, complex carbohydrates, lean proteins and healthy fats), but low in calories. When determining how much to eat, it’s important to take into account age, gender and activity level. The National Institutes of Health advises that women over age 50 should consume 1,600-2,200 calories per day depending on activity level, while men should consume 2,000-2,800 calories per day.4

Additionally, an often forgotten fuel for our body that is important to maintaining healthy skin and bodies as we age is drinking an appropriate amount of water each day. A recent study has found that people who drink 17-34 ounces of water daily are 36 percent less likely to develop high blood sugar or diabetes. The study suggests that when you’re dehydrated, your brain pumps out more hormones that tell the liver to produce glucose.5

So, how much is 17-34 ounces of water? Many water bottles have liquid measurements on the side and large ones will hold approximately 32 ounces of water. Fill up your water bottle at the beginning of the day and make sure it’s empty before going to bed. This will help you keep track of consuming the appropriate amount of water for a healthy and hydrated body.

Get Your Move On

Staying active as you age is an integral component to looking and feeling good throughout your golden years. Physical activity not only keeps your body fit and strong, but it also can help maintain mental strength and sharpness as you age. To get started, most cities or local organizations have senior citizen-specific fitness courses and/or activities that you can enroll in. Some popular senior citizen exercise activities include yoga and pilates to strengthen muscles, personal training to achieve specific total body goals or swimming for low impact cardio and full body workout.

In addition to participating in common exercise regimens, incorporating therapeutic massage into your activity plan can help keep you more mobile and pain-free. Massage not only tones muscle tissue, but it also supports joint lubrication to promote ease in movement.

To age gracefully, it’s important to approach your overall health and well-being in a holistic manner that connects your mind, body and spirit. By taking an active approach to regularly scheduled massage, nutrition, skin care and exercise routines, you are preparing for the next stage of your life as a happy, healthy and active senior citizen. Call Elements Therapeutic Massage today to start your journey of aging gracefully.

 

Sources: 1 AARP, NCCAM. Complementary and Alternative Medicine: What People Aged 50 and Older Discuss With Their Health Care Providers. Consumer Survey Report; April 2010. 2 Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals, Healthy Aging, Body Sense, Spring/Summer 2009. 3 Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals, Healthy Aging, Body Sense, Spring/Summer 2009. 4 National Institute on Aging, NIH Senior Health, Eating Well As You Get Older; May 2008. 5 Men’s Health Magazine, November 2011.


          Two Warm Winter Activities for Your Mind and Body   

With warm weather on the horizon and spring break trips teasing you from afar, you may find yourself this time of year searching for ways to warm your mind and body in preparation for your upcoming springtime adventures. Sipping hot cocoa by the fireplace has helped get you through the cold months so far, but hot yoga combined with therapeutic massage can help you close out the bone-chilling winter season feeling restored, vibrant and pain-free.

Hot Yoga: Stretch and Strengthen

The winter season can bring some unique challenges for the mind and body. From a reduction in sunlight to a sense of overwhelm from unmet New Year’s resolutions, increased workloads and a reduced desire to exercise outside as temperatures drop and icy conditions abound, the end of winter can leave you feeling chilled, tired, stiff and cranky. Instead of sulking your way through to the first day of spring, take this time of year to build strength and flexibility, tone your muscles and detoxify your mind and body in the relaxing indoor environment of a hot yoga studio.

Research from Boston University has shown that yoga can have greater positive effects on a person’s mood and anxiety levels than walking and other forms of exercise.1 These positive mental attributes to yoga can be especially beneficial this time of year as depressed moods and low spirits can be common conditions.

Hot yoga in particular can have positive effects to seasonal mood swings and stiff muscles by putting your mind and body in a warm, uplifting state due to the room’s environment. Minimum temperatures in hot yoga studios can range from 85-105 degrees. One of the most common forms of hot yoga, Bikram, hosts a room with a minimum of 105F degrees and 40 percent humidity.

According to Bikram, the purpose of keeping the yoga room at these temperatures and conditions is to:

Massage Therapy: Warmth and Relaxation

Long, cold winters can make you feel lethargic, stressed and chilled to the bone. One of the most effective ways to remove the deep chill of winter from your body is to warm your muscles and your mind from the inside out with a therapeutic massage session. Massage is one of the oldest healing arts with Chinese records dating back 3,000 years documenting its use for healing body ailments. Millions of individuals use massage today to help relieve the stress and tension of everyday living so they can live a more reinvigorated, vibrant and pain-free lifestyle.3

From the minute you walk into a massage therapy room, you are greeted with comfortable warm lighting, soft soothing music and a heated massage table layered with blankets. This warm, relaxing environment jump-starts the process of taking the chill and tension out of your muscles and body. There are numerous types of massage techniques available, but one of the most common forms for relaxing and healing stiff, sore muscles in the winter is a deep tissue massage. Using long, slow strokes, therapists gradually increase pressure throughout the massage to reach and loosen your deepest layers of muscle tension and soreness. Warming your body from the inside out, deep tissue massage helps increase blood circulation, relieve chronic tension and break down the knots that can build up deep within your muscles. Often, a light lotion or oil will be applied to allow your muscles to be warmed up and massaged without causing excessive friction to the skin. The lotion or oil also works to hydrate your dry winter skin.

In addition to the physical benefits, massage also allows you to take time out of your fast-paced, hectic lifestyle to stop, focus and balance your mind with your body. By adding a combination of massage and yoga into your lifestyle, you are taking the first step to overall happiness by warming your mind, body and soul. A recent study found that people spend 47 percent of their waking hours thinking about something other than the activity they are doing, which can cause a state of unhappiness for the mind wandering individuals.4

Yoga and massage therapy are the perfect complements to rebalancing and refocusing your mind and body’s happiness as both practices focus on reducing stress, increasing blood circulation, promoting flexibility, improving sleep patterns, relaxation and mental focus, all of which are favorable outcomes for closing out the winter season. Restore your mental and physical well-being by incorporating massage and hot yoga into your regular health and wellness regimen. Call Elements Therapeutic Massage today to begin warming and relaxing your mind and body.

 

Sources: 1 The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 2010. 2 Bikram Yogo Web Site, www.bikramyoga.com. 3 Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals. 4 Science, November 2010.


          Bust through the Resolution Rut by Focusing on Overall Health, Well-Being in 2012   

With the hustle and bustle of the hectic holidays in your rear view mirror, the never-ending possibilities for a healthy and happy new year are on the horizon. To grasp the unlimited potential the New Year can bring, people can be as frantic about New Year’s resolutions as they were on Black Friday racing to purchase the top toys on last year’s holiday guide.

Statistics show that almost half of American adults make one or more resolutions each year. Although many resolutions fall to the wayside shortly after the journey begins, research shows that making resolutions can be useful, as people who explicitly make resolutions are 10 times more likely to attain their goals than those who do not.

Make Resolutions Likely to Stick

The key to making resolutions that you can live by is to keep it simple. Write down two or three goals at most and set benchmarks for achieving the goals so you can enjoy incremental successes along the way. According to a resolution list from the U.S. government, many of the most popular resolutions fall within the category of overall health and well-being.2 Whether your resolution this year addresses reducing stress, increasing fitness, losing weight or improving sleep, the following tips will help you combat the resolution rut and keep you on the road to achieving overall health and wellness for the New Year.

Start Your Mornings with a Dose of Mental Health and Physical Relaxation

To establish a lifestyle routine focused on healthy living and well-being, it is important to start your day with some easy and simple mental health and physical relaxation exercises that focus on preparing you for whatever obstacles you may have to tackle during the day. By combining stretching/yoga poses with meditative breathing and positive thinking, you are well on your way to the road of living a restored and vibrant life.

  • Clear the Mind and Relax Your Body: Before rolling out of bed to greet the morning sunrise, take a few minutes of long, deep breathes to clear out the cobwebs from the night before and prepare your mind for a productive, stress-free day. By focusing on the positive aspects of what you plan on accomplishing for your day, you are setting yourself up for a happy and healthy mental wellness day. Research from the Mayo Clinic has indicated that health benefits from positive thinking may range from increased life span and reduced risk of death from cardiovascular disease to lower rates of depression and distress, better psychological and physical well-being, and improved coping skills during hardships and stressful times.
  • Balance Your Body, Balance Your Life: To get your day started off on the right foot, begin your morning routine with some quiet meditative and muscle relaxation time. In as little as five minutes, you can loosen your back, neck and leg muscles with common yoga moves such as child’s pose, downward dog and standing tree.

Power Down Your Brain at Night to Reset and Revamp Your Mind

Ending your day on a relaxing note will promote overall health and well-being by creating an environment focused on recharging your mind and body. At least an hour before going to bed, make it a habit to turn off all technology – television, phone, e-mail, Internet, social media, music, etc. This will help you power down your brain at night to prepare your body for a restful and fulfilling night’s sleep. Another key component to resetting and revamping your mind is ensuring that you allow yourself an adequate amount of sleep each night. When you get home from work, set your alarm clock for whatever time you need to go to bed to ensure 7-9 straight hours of shut eye. When the alarm goes off at night, you should be in bed ready for sleep. An adequate amount of sleep will help you have a more energetic, productive and healthy attitude during the day.

Refuel with Weekly Appointments with Friends and Fitness

Work, family and personal everyday commitments can leave your mental tank empty and craving some “ME” time. Refuel your tank by picking one stress relieving activity that you enjoy and schedule it on your calendar on a weekly basis. This could be as simple as reading a book/magazine for an hour, arranging a coffee date with a friend, volunteering or playing racquetball. By taking time out for yourself on a weekly basis, you are fueling your tank of self worth and demonstrating not only to yourself, but to your friends and family, that your mental health is important enough for you to set time aside each week for emotional and mental fulfillment.

Similarly, it is important to fuel your body by incorporating fitness activities into your weekly routine. Physical activity not only helps your body’s fitness levels, but it also is an excellent source for preventing and managing stress. Whether it’s taking your dog for a 30-minute walk, going for a jog, biking the kids to/from school, taking fitness classes or swimming laps, consistent activity is good for not only relieving stress in your muscles/body, but also the stress in your mind.

Restore and Revitalize with Monthly Massage Therapy Sessions

To keep your mind and body aligned and working in sync, monthly massage therapy sessions are important to restoring and reinvigorating your overall health and well-being. Massage therapy addresses a variety of health conditions, the most prevalent being stress-related tension. Some of the most common massage therapy techniques include:

  • Deep Tissue Massage: Focuses on chronically tight or painful muscles, repetitive strain, postural problems or recovery from injury.
  • Swedish Massage: Focuses on relaxation, stress relief and overall health and wellness.
  • Hot Stone Massage: Specializes in easing muscle tension without deep pressure.
  • Trigger Point: Focuses on highly localized muscle knots where the body holds tension and carries stress.

As you sit down to make your resolutions this year, it is important to focus on reasonable and attainable goals that are easy to incorporate into your everyday life. By using the daily, weekly and monthly tips in this article, you will be well on your way to not only making resolutions that will stick with you throughout the year, but also help you establish a well-rounded lifestyle focused on overall health and wellness. Resolutions are a journey, so enjoy the ride this year to a healthier and happier you. Call Elements Therapeutic Massage today to begin revitalizing your health and well-being for the New Year.

 

Sources: 1 University of Scranton. Journal of Clinical Psychology, Volume 58, Issue 4, 2002. 2 USA.gov, Popular New Year’s Resolutions, October 2011. 3 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, May 2011.


          Keep Your Whole Body in Tip-Top Shape While Traveling this Winter Season   

The winter traveling season is upon us, which can mean overbooked flights, sharing cramped spaces with a lot of different people, increased exposure to wintertime colds and viruses, sleeping in various beds and eating high caloric rich foods. With all of these variables stacked against you, it can be quite a challenge to keep you and your family healthy and pain free while traveling this winter season. To help keep your muscles and immune system in tip-top shape this winter season, it is important to incorporate stretching and massage techniques before, during and after your travels.

A recent study published in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine examined the effects of Swedish massage therapy on the body's hormonal response and immune function. Researchers found that participants who received Swedish massage had a significant decrease in the hormone arginine-vasopressin (which plays a role in regulating blood pressure and water retention) and concluded that Swedish massage produces measurable biological effects and may have a positive effect on the immune system. Rapaport MH, Schettler P, Bresee C. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 2010;16(10):1–10.

Prepare Your Body Pre-Trip with a Regular Exercise Routine and Massage Therapy Sessions

Maintaining your normal activity level during vacation and especially during the holidays can create quite a challenge, so it’s important to maintain your exercise level before leaving on your trip to keep your muscles engaged and loose. Stick with your routine exercise and stretching regimen up until a day or two before you leave for your trip. Also, book a relaxation massage like Swedish massage to lengthen muscles, as well as prepare your body and mind for a relaxing and healthy trip. Massage is not only important to loosening your muscles, but it is equally important to boost your immune system, as massage stimulates the lymph system (the body’s natural defense) against toxic invaders.

Incorporate Massage and Stretching Techniques While Enjoying Your Holiday Travels

  • Hitting the Highway for Family Vacation Fun: If you are traveling by car this holiday season, you will inevitably make pit stops along the way, especially if you are traveling with children. Instead of sitting in your car during bathroom and gas stops, get out of the car to stretch your legs, back and neck. Simple stretches such as toe touches, neck rotations and lunges can do the trick or you can even run/walk laps around the rest stop to incorporate some cardio as you loosen your body.
  • Jet Setting Across the Country: If your holiday traveling plans find you boarding a plane, there are a few simple tips for keeping your body flexible and active at the airport and during your flight. Prior to boarding your flight, walk up and down the concourse to stay relaxed rather than sitting in front of the gate until the plane boards. While at the gate, grab your nearest wall to lean against for stretching your legs, calves and back. The National Academy of Sports Medicine suggests that you slowly move into a stretch with light force and hold for 30 seconds to lengthen muscles. They suggest these common stretches for increased flexibility: hip flexor stretch, wall chest, kneeling lat stretch and inner thigh stretches.
  • While in-flight, use a neck pillow to stabilize your neck muscles, especially if you plan on catching a nap while in the air. When the pilot turns off the seat belt sign, take a stroll to the back bathroom area and stretch your hamstrings, shoulder and back muscles. Just make sure to stay out of the way of the flight attendants and their beverage carts!
  • Maintaining Proper Nutrition and Hydration During Your Travels: Whether you drive or fly this holiday season, it is important to drink plenty of water and eat healthy during your trip. The recommended daily water consumption is typically 64 ounces per day so bring a water bottle with you to keep track of how much water you consume. It also is helpful to your body’s digestive and immune systems to pack healthy homemade snacks in the car, rather than eating high caloric and sodium rich foods that are typically found in gas stations and fast food establishments in airports and along the highways.
  • Enjoying Hotel Amenities: If your travels find you staying in a hotel, your body may be in luck if you choose to enjoy the hotel amenities. Water can be your friend when experiencing tight muscles, especially if your room has a massage shower head for loosening tight neck and back muscles. Don’t be afraid to hop into the pool and swim a few laps to work out muscle kinks throughout your body and hot tubs are key for providing relief to specific areas of pain. The hotel fitness center also can be a great place to visit to stay active during your trip. Most will at least have stretching posters you can follow for a total body workout.

Revive and Rejuvenate your Tired Body with Post-Trip Massage Therapy

Traveling can take quite a toll on your mind and body, especially when it’s coupled with holiday season family gatherings, an abundant amount of holiday dinners and treats, and the inevitable stress associated with extended family dynamics. All of these factors can leave you feeling physically exhausted and mentally spent upon returning from your holiday family vacation. Before leaving on your trip, you can combat the negative effects of traveling on your body by scheduling a therapeutic massage session for the week after your return so you can quickly restore your mind and body in preparation for resuming your normal everyday life.

Call Elements Therapeutic Massage today to begin preparing your muscles and immune system for a healthy and successful winter traveling season. Find a studio near you today!


          Massage Meets Science: Single Session Yields Significant Biological Benefits   

(Sept. 20 from AOL News) -- Massage therapy can trigger positive changes in brain chemicals, leading to reduced levels of stress and anxiety among the lucky recipients of a rub-down.

That a massage offers vital relaxation benefits should be no surprise to devotees. Indeed, massage therapy in the United States has skyrocketed in recent years: Nearly 9 percent of American adults enjoyed at least one massage last year.

But the perks go beyond aromatherapy lotion, essential oils and the inevitable bliss of a veritable 60-minute cat-nap. A study out of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center concluded that two kinds of massage -- a lighter touch and a more vigorous Swedish massage -- instantly reduced levels of the stress hormone cortisol.

And while some of us prefer the pain-for-gain massage style, recipients of light massages also enjoyed a jolt of stress-relieving oxytocin hormone.

Dr. Mark Hyman Rapaport, the chairman of psychiatry and behavioral neurosciences at Cedars-Sinai -- and a self-professed skeptic where alternative medicine is concerned -- called the results "very, very intriguing and very, very exciting" in an interview with The New York Times.

Despite the popularity of massage, solid study on its potential health benefits remains limited.

Research within the last decade, however, has suggested that massage therapy might offer mood-boosting effects, and pain relief, for terminal cancer patients. Not to mention the relief of chronic back pain and a speedier recovery from some sports injuries.

Even Dr. Oz is a fan.

"All of our surgery patients are offered the treatment -- I call it 'service with a smile' -- and it's a mandatory weekly prescription I give myself," the doc, who was the director of the Cardiovascular Institute at New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, told CNN in 2007.

And of course, celebrity athletes such as David Beckham are also reported to have a fondness for full-body friction (though his establishment of choice may be of debatable repute).

Meanwhile, the National Institutes of Health, which backed the Cedars-Sinai research, is also sponsoring other studies into the role massage might play in promoting better health.

Schedule a therapeutic massage at Elements today!

Source: http://www.aolnews.com/surge-desk/article/massages-meet-science-single-session-yields-significant-biologi/19641238


          Need to Detox? Massage Can Help   

Not feeling your best and not sure why? Might be time to detox.

You don’t have to go on a detox diet or drink special smoothies to detox. Start with a massage to kick-start your body’s own natural cleansing processes, which can slow down for a variety of reasons — lack of regular exercise, too little fluids or fiber in the diet … If you haven’t been taking the best care of yourself, a detoxifying massage can help set things right again.

How does massage help the body detox, exactly?

The rhythmic strokes and pressure applied to muscles, tissues and organs during massage therapy help stimulate the circulatory system. It works sort of like a sponge: When pressure is applied to the tissue and fat, toxins are literally “squeezed” out from in between the muscle fibers and cells. They’re released into the circulatory system for easier elimination.

The lymph system is key

Your lymphatic fluid system works with your cardiovascular circulatory system to flush out toxins and carry immune cells throughout the body to help defend against infections. If your lymph fluid circulation gets sluggish, toxins can accumulate and immune cells may not get carried to the areas of the body where they’re needed.

Since the lymph system doesn’t have a big central pump like the heart to keep things moving, it has to rely on gravity, exercise, breathing … and massage. So if you haven’t been as good as you should about your exercise, diet and “me time” routine (it happens to the best of us!), that can affect how you feel, causing aches, pains and swelling (lymph edema). It can also cause deterioration in organs and glands like the thymus that are vital players in your immune system.

It’s easy to see why detoxification is important to avoiding illness and chronic health conditions. So if you’re not feeling your best or haven’t been as good about your diet and exercise routine lately, try a massage to get back on track. Remember to drink a glass or two of pure water after massage to help the body flush out toxins more rapidly.

At Elements Therapeutic Massage, we’ll work with you and your practitioner to create a plan for regular, ongoing massage therapy sessions that can keep you healthy while working with your schedule and lifestyle, your health concerns and your priorities. Call or come in today and let’s talk about how you can get more massage and well-being in your life. Find a massage therapist today!


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          Effetti nocivi dei turni di notte   


Chi per più di dieci anni ha lavorato di notte ha una capacità mentale paragonabile a quella di un individuo più vecchio di sei anni e mezzo. Ma il processo è reversibile. Il cervello di una persona impegnata in turni notturni o comunque in orari anomali, quindi sottoposta a un’alterazione del naturale ritmo sonno/veglia, invecchia più velocemente. E’ questa la conclusione alla quale è giunta una ricerca franco-gallese che sottolinea però che con l’arresto dell’attività notturna si può assistere a un netto miglioramento della salute cerebrale.

I ricercatori hanno sottoposto tremila volontari a test di memoria, di velocità di pensiero e di abilità cognitiva. I risultati, pubblicati sul giornale Occupational and Environmental Medicine, dimostrano che chi per più di dieci anni ha svolto una professione notturna ha una capacità mentale paragonabile a quella di un individuo più vecchio di sei anni e mezzo. La buona notizia è che quando una persona cessa di lavorare di notte, il suo cervello riprende progressivamente ad allinearsi all’età biologica, benché questo richieda cinque anni di tempo. La scoperta di questa capacità rigenerativa del cervello potrebbe avere importanti conseguenze nella cura della demenza, condizione nota per danneggiare il sonno di chi ne soffre.

La ricerca dei due atenei è soltanto l’ultima a investigare gli effetti nocivi della mancanza di sonno. Precedenti studi, infatti, avevano sottolineato i gravi rischi per la salute legati ai turni in generale e in particolare a quelli notturni. Uno dei più ampi, pubblicato nel 2012 e condotto da un team canadese-norvegese su più di due milioni di persone, ha rilevato che tra i lavoratori che seguono i turni si registra una crescita del 23 per cento dei rischi di infarto, un aumento del 24 per cento di eventi coronarici e un 5 per cento in più di incidenza di ictus rispetto ai lavoratori normali. Ancora peggio la situazione di chi i turni li fa di notte e si ritrova a fronteggiare un rischio di patologie cardiovascolari aumentato del 41 per cento.

Uno studio della University of Pennsylvania portato avanti su cavie da laboratorio ha evidenziato la morte del 25 per cento delle cellule di alcune aree cerebrali a seguito di una prolungata mancanza di sonno. Infine nel 2007 l’International Agency for Research on Cancer definì il lavoro notturno come un possibile agente cancerogeno. Nell’impossibilità di eliminare la turnazione lavorativa l’unica risposta possibile appare essere una maggiore sensibilizzazione dei lavoratori che dovrebbero sottoporsi a frequenti controlli medici e prestare maggiore attenzione a eventuali sintomi patologici.


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          Meet Beth Ellyn Summer in this Debut Author Spotlight   
Debut Author Spotlight from @JLenniDorner on @OpAwesome6

At First Blush


It's time to kick off summer with debut author... Beth Ellyn Summer!

1- Did #TeamCoco ever say something funny to you, and would you share it with us please?

Conan was always funny and kind in every interaction I had with him. His mind is constantly going and spinning and thinking.

A few conversations that come to mind: after my first couple of weeks there, it was Valentine's Day and I was wearing a shirt covered in hearts (it was actually purely coincidence). He came up to me at rehearsal and asked if I ever wear the shirt when it's *not* Valentine's Day, and said it must be nice to have clothes in my closet that match every national holiday.

Another time, repairs were being done on some of the east elevator banks. After taping, some interns were hanging in reception and there was this awful burning smell. When Conan and his producers came off the elevator, he asked me what the smell was and I shrugged and said "elevator repairs" and he said "That. OR we're all having the exact same stroke."

One night we took our intern photos and we did it in groups of four, and me and my three girlfriends were checking back our photos and he said "Give this to TMZ. CONAN'S WILD WEEKEND." And he used to tease us a lot about being young and tech obsessed. He'd make a nerdy voice and talk about us always tapping on our newfangled iPhones with all of our apps.

2- What five words represent your most notable characteristics or values? #In5Words

Persistence, routine, cardio, weights, yoga

3- Can you share a story from your life that shows who you are as a person and why you are a writer?

So when I was maybe four or five I remember my mom and I going to pick up my brother from school. On the road outside the school I saw something weird in the street. My mom told me it was a newspaper but as we made the turn I could see it was clearly a run-over seagull. I LOST IT. I'd never seen a dead animal before. I love animals. I cried for days. No one could console me. My mom drove me to parking lots to see soaring, swooping, happy seagulls eating from dumpsters. Even my grandpa got on the phone with me to try to get me to understand the bird was fine and in heaven. Then my brother surprised me with a stuffed Scuttle plush (the seagull from the Little Mermaid). That made me so happy (I still have it!).
Not sure if that tells you why I'm a writer (though I do love writing about animals in my current WIP) but it probably tells you how ridiculously overly sensitive I am tongue out emoji and how much I adore animals. 💕 animals mean the world to me, and it's my dream to start a special charity foundation for shelters someday.

4- What ignited your passion for writing?

Reading!! All the Babysitters Club and Sweet Valleys and Nancy Drews. :)



Meet Beth Ellyn Summer in this Debut Author Spotlight

5- Would you share a picture with us of the must-have summer lip products?

The Bare Escentuals Buxom lip glosses are life! Mudslide is my favorite color.

6- What are you reading this summer?

Currently reading an ARC of Romancing the Throne by Nadine Jolie Courtney. It's such a fun beach read! I also plan on reading Emery Lord's, Jenny Han's, and Sarah Dessen's latest books.


7- What are some of your short and long term writing goals?

I usually set word count goals (1K a day) when drafting, or if I'm revising, I tell myself that by each week's end, I'll have revised x number of chapters.
For long term, that's usually where I'll pick a month I plan to get a MS to my agent. But I also try not to make myself crazy with setting goals only because it's easy to beat myself up if I miss a self-imposed deadline.

8- Who is currently your biggest fan? What does that person love most (or "ship") about your debut novel?

My parents and brother haha. They've read multiple versions of AT FIRST BLUSH along the road to publication. I think they love seeing all the internship stuff, since they heard so many of the stories when I was interning. They recognized a lot of that stuff.

9- What emotions do you hope your book will evoke for the reader, and is there a particular scene you hope will resonate with readers?

I want people to feel happy when they read my book. The world sucks sometimes, and I like escapes. I live for funny TV and happy books. I hope that AT FIRST BLUSH inspires people to think outside the box.

One of my favorite scenes (and one I hope resonates with readers) is where Lacey is helping with Tyler's photo shoot. Not just because of the flirtatious aspect (which I do love) but because it's the first time Lacey realizes that this internship isn't everything she dreamed it would be, and she finds herself craving the quiet of the makeup room. I want readers to know that it's ok for a dream to change!! And sometimes going through that realization and being open can lead you to a talent or dream you never knew you had.

I couldn't agree more! Dreams do change over time, and it's really important to realize that, especially when you're young.

10- What most helped you to improve your writing craft?

Writing! Practice makes, if not perfect, polished work. There are no shortcuts. And reading a ton.
Meet Beth Ellyn Summer in this Debut Author Spotlight


11- Could you please share a pic of Penny Belle with a copy of your book?

Asking me to share a photo of my Penny Belle=
we are now officially best friends wink emjoi

12- What is the most memorable trait or visual oddity of one of your characters?

Lacey always swatches eyeshadows on the back of her hand, especially when nervous or contemplative. So she always has rainbow streaks of color on her hand.

13- #DiversityBingo2017 What's your favorite book that covers a square on the card?

POC on cover: When Dimple Met Rishi. Practicing Jewish MC: Josh from Stephanie Perkins' Isla and the Happily Ever After.


14- As a reader, what most motivates you to buy a new book to read?

Pretty much the idea I'll enter a new world. That's all I really need to know before I pick up a new book.

15- Which character has your favorite Personality Contradiction?

Cynthia!! I love her. She's chaotic and frenetic and dramatic but when she's interning in the most chaotic setting, she finds her zen and chills right out.

16- How will you measure your publishing performance?

I think just seeing the book out in the world and knowing it's resonating with readers tells me I've succeeded.
Having people take the time to review or tweet me telling me they enjoyed it is everything emoji raising both hands in celebration

17- What was the deciding factor in your publication route?

I chose traditional based solely on the fact that I NEED people around me to help me out! I love having a partnership with my agent, and knowing I have the support of such a wonderful house such as Bloomsbury makes it all that much better.

18- Any favorite summertime tip you can share?

Summer is my favorite season so I have lots! But the biggest thing I will say is find the highest SPF you can get your hands on! (I use 70+) reapply often, and wear a big, floppy hat. Protect your skin, people!! Also don't forget to put SPF balm on your lips. And of course enjoy every second outside, because summer goes WAY too fast.

19- What is one question which you would like the readers of this interview to answer or remark on in the comments?

I'd be interested to know what everyone is currently reading this summer Big smile emoji
Meet Beth Ellyn Summer in this Debut Author Spotlight


20- Anything else you would care to share about your book and yourself?

http://bethellynsummer.com/
https://www.facebook.com/BethEllynSummerAuthor
https://twitter.com/bethellynsummer
https://www.instagram.com/bethellynsummer
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25613996-at-first-blush

Bio:

Beth Ellyn Summer writes contemporary young adult fiction that always includes the following elements: fame, makeup, and television. She graduated from Long Island University with a degree in print and electronic journalism, but the real highlight of her college years was interning for Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Fallon.

Meet Beth Ellyn Summer author of At First Blush in this Debut Author Spotlight
At First Blush
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          VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY (VIDEO)   
If you shun the sun, suffer from milk allergies, or adhere to a strict vegetarian diet, you may be at risk for vitamin D deficiency. Known as the sunshine vitamin, vitamin D is produced by the body in response to sunlight. It is also occurs naturally in a few foods -- including some fish, fish liver oils, and egg yolks -- and in fortified dairy and grain products.
Vitamin D is essential for strong bones because it helps the body use calcium from the diet. Traditionally, vitamin D deficiency has been associated with rickets, a disease in which the bone tissue doesn't properly mineralize, leading to soft bones and skeletal deformities. But increasingly, research is revealing the importance of vitamin D in protecting against a host of health problems.

Symptoms and Health Risks of Vitamin D Deficiency

Symptoms of bone pain and muscle weakness can mean you have a vitamin D deficiency. However, for many people, the symptoms are subtle. Yet even without symptoms, too little vitamin D can pose health risks. Low blood levels of the vitamin have been associated with the following:
  • Increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease
  • Cognitive impairment in older adults
  • Severe asthma in children
  • Cancer
Research suggests that vitamin D could play a role in the prevention and treatment of a number of different conditions, including type1 and type 2 diabetes, hypertension, glucose intolerance, and multiple sclerosis.

Causes of Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D deficiency can occur for a number of reasons:
You don't consume the recommended levels of the vitamin over time. This is likely if you follow a strict vegetarian diet, because most of the natural sources are animal-based, including fish and fish oils, egg yolks, cheese, fortified milk, and beef liver.
Your exposure to sunlight is limited. Because the body makes vitamin D when your skin is exposed to sunlight, you may be at risk of deficiency if you are homebound, live in northern latitudes, wear long robes or head coverings for religious reasons, or have an occupation that prevents sun exposure.
You have dark skin. The pigment melanin reduces the skin's ability to make vitamin D in response to sunlight exposure. Some studies show that older adults with darker skin are at high risk of vitamin D deficiency.
Your kidneys cannot convert vitamin D to its active form. As people age their kidneys are less able to convert vitamin D to its active form, thus increasing their risk of vitamin D deficiency.
Your digestive tract cannot adequately absorb vitamin D. Certain medical problems, including Crohn's disease, cystic fibrosis, and celiac disease, can affect your intestine's ability to absorb vitamin D from the food you eat.
You are obese. Vitamin D is extracted from the blood by fat cells, altering its release into the circulation. People with a body mass index of 30 or greater often have low blood levels of vitamin D

          Coconut Oil, Metabolic Types and You   
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Everyone finds success and shares what they did. But does it work for everyone. Martin shares the importance of your Metabolic Type, your individuality which can mean that how you respond to certain foods is different from how others do. 

We also discuss some of the writings and positions of Dr. Esselstyn, whi targeted heart disease. Dr. Esselstyn’s experiment started at home. He and his wife adopted a plant-based diet, cutting out oil, meat, fish, fowl and dairy. “It means a lot to patients to know their doctor is making the same changes they are,” he says. Since studies show a craving for fat diminishes the less fat one eats, and since patients have hundreds of recipes from which to choose, the physician and his heart patients have grown comfortable with their routine over time.

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In 1991, Dr. Esselstyn served as President of the American Association of Endocrine Surgeons, That same year he organized the first National Conference on the Elimination of Coronary Artery Disease, which was held in Tucson, Arizona. In 1997, he chaired a follow-up conference, the Summit on Cholesterol and Coronary Disease, which brought together more than 500 physicians and health-care workers in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. In April, 2005, Dr. Esselstyn became the first recipient of the Benjamin Spock Award for Compassion in Medicine. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Cleveland Clinic Alumni Association in 2009. In September 2010, he received the Greater Cleveland Sports Hall of Fame Award. Dr. Esselstyn received the 2013 Deerfield Academy Alumni Association Heritage Award In Recognition of Outstanding Achievement & Service, and the 2013 Yale University GEORGE H.W. BUSH ’48 LIFETIME OF LEADERSHIP AWARD.

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The epidemic of cardiovascular disease is nonexistent in cultures which thrive predominantly on whole foods, plantbased nutrition. Is it logical to assume that patients with this disease would be willing to transition to plant-based nutrition and might this transition halt or reverse the disease? The authors have experience beyond 25 years demonstrating the success of plant-based nutrition in arresting and reversing cardiovascular disease. Nevertheless, the medical community is still skeptical of patients’ adherence and efficacy of this method. We, therefore, report three case histories of carotid, coronary, and peripheral vascular disease. Each case demonstrates disease progression and the failure of the standard cardiovascular approaches in contrast to the prompt, powerful and enduring resolution of disease with whole foods, plant-based nutrition. These outcomes constitute an additional mandate that patients with cardiovascular disease be offered a plant-based option which is safe, inexpensive, empowering, and has the potential to end cardiovascular disease epidemic. 


          EXERCISES TO LOWER YOUR BLOOD SUGAR   


Exercises to Lower Your Blood Sugar

It’s never too late to reap the benefits of exercise, whether you’re 45 or 105. First of all, it simply makes you feel good to move. By becoming more active, you can also lower your blood sugar to keep diabetes under control.
“You don’t need to run a marathon to get results,” says Dawn Sherr, RD, of the American Association of Diabetes Educators. “Walking, swimming, and playing with the grandkids are all great ways to get exercise.”
Follow these four steps to get started.

Step 1: Make a Plan

If you're just starting, ask your doctor which exercise is right for you. Ask if you need to adjust your diabetes medicine before you hit the trail or the pool.
Next, think about what you'll enjoy most. You’re more likely to stick with activities you like. Here are a few suggestions:
  • Walk outdoors or indoors on a track or in a mall
  • Take a dance class
  • Bicycle outdoors or ride a stationary bike indoors
  • Swim or try water aerobics
  • Stretch
  • Try yoga or tai chi
  • Play tennis
  • Take aerobics or another fitness class
  • Do housework, yard chores, or gardening
  • Try resistance training with light weights or elastic bands
If more than one of these appeals to you, go for them! In fact, combining cardio, like walking or swimming, with stretching or balance moves gives you a better workout. Any way you move will help lower your blood sugar.

How It Works

When you do moderate exercise, like walking, that makes your heart beat a little faster and breathe a little harder. Your muscles use more glucose, the sugar in your blood stream.  Over time, this can lower your blood sugar levels. It also makes the insulin in your body work better. You'll get these benefits for hours after your walk or workout.
Just remember you don’t have to overdo it. Strenuous exercise can sometimes increase blood sugar temporarily after you stop exercising.  Very intense exercise can cause the body to make more stress hormones which can lead to an increase in blood sugar.

Step 2: Set a Schedule

The best time to exercise may be after a meal. Ask your doctor what time of day is best for you. Take the dog for a walk after breakfast and dinner. Or schedule a yoga class or a round of tennis after lunch.
To stay motivated, ask a friend or family member to come along, or join a class. You won't skip an outing when other people are counting on you!  Company can make it more fun, too.

Step 3: Get Ready

  • Wear well-fitting, comfortable shoes and cotton socks that don't rub. The right footwear can prevent blisters that could become serious infections for some people with diabetes.
  • Check your blood sugar before a brisk walk or workout. If it's below 100, check with your doctor to see if you need to eat a snack first.
  • Carry a snack or glucose tablets in case your blood sugar gets low.
  • Drink plenty of water before, during and after your workout.
  • Always wear your diabetes ID necklace or bracelet while you’re exercising.

Step 4: Go!

Start exercising a few days a week and slowly build up from there. Try a 10-minute walk three days a week. On two other days, stretch for 5 minutes. Gradually add 5 or 10 more minutes of exercise each day. For most people, a healthy goal is 30 minutes of moderate exercise such as walking most days of the week.
Each time you exercise, write down how long you worked out and your blood sugar levels before and after. Over time, you'll see how exercise improves your blood sugar.
Take it slowly at first and listen to your body. As you get used to exercise, you can start to make your workout more challenging. Add more time to your activity or increase your pace a little. You might be surprised at what you can do -- and how much you enjoy it.
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          BENEFITS OF VEGETABLES   


Benefits of Vegetables
The health benefits of vegetables usually show in long run by improving your overall health and keeping the internal system in perfect condition. Consumption of vegetables takes care of your digestive system, excretory system, skeletal system (bones), blood pressure levels etc. With a diet rich in vegetables you are being benefitted with abundant antioxidants that keep away diseases like cancer, cardiovascular problems and stroke. Moreover, vegetables deliver ample vitamins, such as folate, vitamin A, vitamin K and vitamin B6, and also carotinoids like beta carotene from carrots, lycopene from tomatoes, zeaxanthin from greens, lutein from spinach and collard greens. Vegetables also help in keeping your weight controlled and promote healthy skin and hair. There have been innumerable researches all over the world that strongly suggest having fresh green vegetables on regular basis than going for supplementary tablets (unless critical condition) to get the wholesome nutrition.

Nutrient value of vegetables
Antioxidants: Did you know that, including vegetables in your diet is probably the easiest way to stay healthy, trim and nourished. Since vegetables are low calorie yet nutrient rich foods, they help you to stay in optimum health in long run keeping your weight checked.
As said earlier vegetables have abundant antioxidants that prevent the growth of cancers. The dark green vegetables have lots of phenolic flavonoid anti-oxidants and minerals. These vitamins and mineral are essential for proper functioning of your body. Deficiencies of these vitamins and minerals can lead to serious deficiencies of bones, teeth and vital organs. Moreover, antioxidants boost body immunityand keep you away from infections and diseases. Leafy green vegetables have a bioflavonoid known as ‘Quercetin’. This is responsible for the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of vegetables along with the unique anticancer properties. Quercetin, the natural compound effectively cuts down the flow of substances that lead to allergies. This compound plays the role of an inhibitor of mass cell secretion, thereby decreasing the release of interleukin-6. Most of the green, yellow and orange vegetables also have high percentage of calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, vitamin B-complex, vitamin A, vitamin-C, vitamin K, zea-xanthins, α and β carotenes and crypto-xanthins.
Dietary fiber: Vegetables are great options for consuming dietary fiber. Owing to this high percentage of fiber level in vegetables, your digestive track stays well-toned. Vegetables are abundant in soluble as well as insoluble dietary fiber, known as non-starch polysaccharides (NSP). This dietary fibre absorbs the extra water in your colon and thereby retains the moisture content in the fecal matter. Thus aiding in digestion, preventing chronic constipation, hemorrhoids and rectal fissures. Your digestive system becomes sleeker and its functioning of processing foods gets smoother keeping many ailments away.  More fiber rich foods keep your digestive system clear and healthy, helping you to avoid problems like constipation and bowel irregularity, colon cancers and even polyps. Since they have high fiber, vegetables also tend to make you feel full for longer, and stops unnecessary snacking.
Anti-Cancer: Cabbage, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and broccoli have high content of indoles and isothiocyanates. These components have protective properties against colon cancer, breast cancer, skin cancer and other types of cancers. Broccoli sprouts has immensely high sulforaphane than the matured broccolis, which is a cancer-protective substance. Furthermore, as said before vegetables being great anti-oxidants also alleviates the chances of fatal diseases like cancers.
Proteins and amino acids: If you eat less animal products in your diet ensure that your diet is rich in protein-rich vegetables to compensate the proteins that you are missing. Once you make a combination of vegetables in your meals, you gain ample amount of amino acids that is required to live healthily. Eat plenty of beans, spinach, along with whole grain rice for a balanced meal.

Water content: Vegetables naturally have high levels of water structurally, this is the reason why they are generally fat free and low in calories. You can be rest assured of both your weight and health once you start with vegetable rich diet. The more you consume vegetables, the more is the water intake that flushes out waste products from your body.
Minerals: Green leafy vegetables are high in magnesium content and have low glycemic index, thus they prove to be helpful for patients with type 2 diabetes. If you add at least 1 serving of green leafy vegetables each day, it will considerably lower the risks of diabetes. Green vegetables are also rich in iron and calcium, except for Swiss chard and spinach (since they are high in oxalic acid).
Vitamins: In general vegetables have high vitamin content, however vitamin K is usually prevalent in almost all vegetables. The high level of vitamin K in green vegetables makes them an ideal natural way out to prevent bone problems. Vitamin K is necessary for the production of osteocalcin, a protein mandatory for proper bone health. In a survey, addition of green leafy vegetables considerably decreased the chances of hip fracture in middle-aged women.
Lycopene and beta carotenes: Green vegetables have high beta-carotene, which when converted into vitamin A improves immune function. Tomatoes have lycopene which protects your eyes from sight problems. A diet deficient in green vegetables often leads to the possibilities of blindness, and other illnesses in children.
Allyl sulfides: Garlic, onions, chives, leeks and scallions are rich in allyl sulfides that help in lowering high blood pressure and protect the stomach and the digestive tract from fatal disease like cancers.
How much vegetable should we eat in our daily diet?
It is said the more vegetables we have, more are the benefits to our health. You should consume fresh vegetables at least 2.5 to 6.5 cups every day. Also, make sure you eat 4-5 different types of vegetables. The more variety and colors of vegetables you include in your diet, the more extensive are the benefits. Also include seasonal vegetables in your diet. You can write more about seasonal vegetables here. Seasonal vegetables have higher nutrient value if taken in proper time of the year. They keep you protected from many seasonal health disorders.
Given below is a list of some vegetables. Click on them to find their health benefits in detail:
Asparagus
Beans
Cauliflower
Eggplant
Lettuce
Onion
Peas
Squash


 


Do vegetables help to lose weight?
It is a well-established fact that eating veggies is a healthy way to lose or maintain weight. Moreover, vegetables are storehouses of vitamins, fiber, minerals, and other nutrients that keep you fit and upright. In fact, vegetables are called ‘negative calorie foods’ because it actually helps to lose weight by spending more amount of energy to digest foods.
You will find two types of vegetables, namely starchy and non-starchy. You can include both of these in your diet, however the non-starchy varieties can be consumed in unlimited quantities, however starchy selections have more sugar, thus you need to keep the quantity in check. Starchy vegetables include peas, plantains, squash, potatoes, and yams; rest are the non- starchy ones including cauliflower, asparagus, artichokes, beets, carrots, broccoli, onions, cucumber, leeks, eggplant, tomato, peppers, mushrooms, spinach, salad greens, and zucchini.
However, if you are on strict diet, then consider the so called 'free foods'; these vegetables contain minimal calories with high in nutritional value. They are carrots, radishes, celery, cucumbers, fresh green beans, cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, cherry tomatoes and mushrooms.
To lose weight, it is not necessary to turn into a vegetarian, but if you simply start taking abundant of fruits, legumes, vegetables, nuts, grains and seeds. The diet when combined with other exercise plans, your weight reduces drastically keeping you fit and healthy. Most of the plant foods are low-calorie, low-fat and also keeps you filled for longer time. As they are fresh and whole, you will slowly get declined to fast foods or processed food items.
Skin care with vegetables
Since ages, our mothers and grandmothers have carried on the natural methods to keep their beauty intact for ages. On the other hand, our skin are usually pampered with loads of expensive creams, toners, cleanses and ointments, but they definitely lack the glow and suppleness our predecessors had. As it is said, nature knows the best ways to keep us in perfect track, be it our organs, limbs, skin or hair. The fruits and vegetables that we often tend to forget in our diet are the real medicines for a bright, glowing and healthy skin. The vibrant pigments in fruits and vegetables have immense disease fighting capabilities. Rich in a host of useful nutrients and powerful antioxidants, vegetables should be necessarily included in daily diet if you are looking for a healthy skin. Both fruits and vegetables can be divided into four color groups; each of them having specific benefits.
          Assimilation and Elimination | Alternative Health | Life Enthusiast Podcast | Podcast #193   
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Each week Martin Pytela begin_of_the_skype_highlighting     end_of_the_skype_highlighting and Scott Paton discuss Holistic principles for healthy living. Life Enthusiast Co-op is built on over 25 years in study, health consultations and market research in the field of holistic and alternative medicine. We deliver solid time tested expertise. We are in this business not for the money, but for the passion, we have for sharing with others what we had to learn the hard way, through experience. We focus on high quality, innovative holistic solutions. Length: 25:27 Go to iTunes and review our podcast: iTunes Life Enthusiast Reviews and 5 star ratings <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> Assimilation and elimination are the two key stones that make us tick. Edgar Cayce said that if we could control these aspects of the human form, we could extend life to whatever we chose, that's how important these two principles are. Assimilation Assimilation is defined as the measure of the ability of any body to utilize foods we eat. Some people think that having massive doses of food will give them all they need. They could not be more wrong: it is all right shoving nutrition in but it is quite another thing if the body can absorb it and use it in that form. Typical assimilation rates might vary from 20% to 80% and nutrition supplied in some forms will not be absorbed at all. That means out of every 454 grams of food you might only absorb 20-80% of that. What happens to the food after you swallow it depends to a large degree on the other three principles of your body, namely circulation, relaxation and elimination. Circulation is crucial if assimilation is to be maintained at high levels. Circulation is helped greatly by some important factors; exercise, especially cardiovascular. Apparently something like 50 or so times as many blood vessels open up when exercising than just sitting. We have about 60,000 miles of vessels, mostly capillary type, so you can imagine the effect of increased blood flow. Massage, hydrotherapy treatments and osteopathic adjustments help because the blood stream carries the rebuilding forces to the body in these channels. They need to be clear and stimulated so that the blood will flow to feed the cells and tissues. Elimination Every activity your body does produces waste. We get rid of that waste through the skin, the lungs, the kidneys and the intestines. Major problems start to occur when any of these important channels are stopped from doing their job. We start to accumulate waste, bacteria start growing at alarming rates which leads to all sorts of problems as we become toxic. Imagine not cleaning up the kitchen very often -leaving waste- what would happen, your kitchen would become literally alive with all sorts of creepy bacteria. The same with your body. The fact that poor elimination is the most cited cause of disease within the Edgar Cayce research papers totaling over 14,000 gives you some idea just how important this aspect really is. It gives you an idea of the importance of getting rid of toxins, rid of waste from our bodies. Some of the diseases which elimination problems either cause or play a big and major part include: Arthritis, Acne, Anemia, Apoplexy-stroke, Appendicitis, Asthenia, Asthma, Atrophy, Balding-poor circulation, Bladder stricture, Blepharitis, Some cases of blindness, Boils, Brain tumors -poor circulation, Bronchitis, Bursitis, Cancers and tumors, Skin cancer, Canker sores and herpes simplex, Cataracts, Cirrhosis, Colds, Colic-poor assimilation, Colitis, Colon impaction, Complexion problems, Cystitis, Cysts, Some cases of deafness, Dermatitis, Eczema, Edema, Enteritis, Feet swelling, Gall bladder -gall stones, Halitosis-bad breath, Headaches general, Hemorrhoids, Hepatitis, Hernia, Herpes zoster, Unwanted hair, Indigestion, Insomnia, Iritis, Kidney problems, Laryngitis, Leukemia, Lumbago, Lupus, Lymphangitis, Malaria, Measles, Menopause problems, Migraine, Some cases of myopia, Polyps, Nephritis, Neuritis, Oophoritis, Phlebitis, Pneumonia problems, Poison ivy, Prostatitis, Pruritus, Psoriasis, Purpura, Pyorrhea, Rheumatic fever, Sarcoma, Sciatica, Rheumatism, Scolliosis -eliminations were a cause and an effect, Seborrhea, Skin ulcers, Female/ male sterility, Streptococcus infection, Tic douloureux, Tonsillitis, Torticollis, Ulcers, Vaginitis, Varicose veins, Vertigo-some cases, Xeroderma So if you are suffering from any of these complaints it is highly likely that you could be helped by increasing your body's ability to rid itself of toxins and wastes. It is as simple as that. Phenomenal results have been obtained from increasing your eliminations. Peoples lives have literally been turned around. Read more about Assimilation and Elimination Technorati Tags: , , , , ,, , , , , , , .
          Fishy News | Alternative Health | Life Enthusiast Podcast - Podcast 159   
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CHICAGO – A diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids helps keep the DNA of heart patients from unraveling, which may help explain why fish oil is so beneficial after a heart attack, U.S. researchers said Tuesday. "Cardiologists have known for a long time now that omega-3 fish oil seems to be beneficial for patients with coronary heart disease," said Dr. Ramin Farzaneh-Far of the University of California, San Francisco, whose study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. "A number of studies over the last 20 years or so have shown that after patients have had a heart attack, taking fish oil through diet or supplements is able to reduce the risk of a subsequent heart attack or death from coronary heart disease," Farzaneh-Far said in a telephone interview. What has not been clear is why fish oil is so beneficial. Read more here: Fish Oil and Heart Attacks Each week Martin Pytela and Scott Paton discuss Holistic principles for healthy living. Life Enthusiast Co-op is built on over 25 years in study, health consultations and market research in the field of holistic and alternative medicine. We deliver solid time tested expertise. We are in this business not for the money, but for the passion, we have for sharing with others what we had to learn the hard way, through experience. We focus on high quality, innovative holistic solutions. Length: 31:27 Go to iTunes and review our podcast: iTunes Life Enthusiast Reviews and 5 star ratings <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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          Your Bowels and Health | Alternative Health | Life Enthusiast Podcast - Podcast #109   
Diets rich in fiber are proven to reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease and are proven to promote a healthy intestinal tract, reduce cholesterol and benefit the immune system for regularity & improved elimination of toxic metals, mercury, cadmium & lead. There are 700mg of apple fiber in a small, lunch-size apple. "An apple a day..." Apple pectin diet lowers cholesterol. Apples promote good health. Our ancestors believed that old proverb "An apple a day keeps the doctor away," but they didn't understand the 'Why' of it. Nutritional scientists research for evidences that verify how apples are good for our health. Apples are rich in pectin, a soluble fiber (fibre), which is effective in lowering cholesterol levels. Apples work in any form, from raw to juice, to maintain good cardiovascular health. Researchers at the University of California, Davis, found that apples act as antioxidants against the damaging portion of cholesterol in the blood stream. Many researchers suggest that people who eat fatty foods should, if possible, wash down this food with apple juice rather than the usual drink. Researchers have found that apples are the richest of fruits in pectin with the Jonagold variety of apple leading other varieties. Apple fiber helps maintain intestinal balance by cleansing the intestinal tract with its soluble and insoluble fibers. Pectin apple fiber increases the acidity in the large intestines. (University of Florida College of Medicine) Apple pectin in any form is advocated for diabetics and those suffering from ulcer, colitis, and for regulating the blood pressure. Learn more about apple fiber Each week Martin Pytela and Scott Paton discuss Holistic principles for healthy living. Life Enthusiast Co-op is built on over 25 years in study, health consultations and market research in the field of holistic and alternative medicine. We deliver solid time tested expertise. We are in this business not for the money, but for the passion, we have for sharing with others what we had to learn the hard way, through experience. We focus on high quality, innovative holistic solutions. Length: 31:00 Go to iTunes and review our podcast: iTunes Life Enthusiast Reviews and 5 star ratings <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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          Why Robin Williams isn't Laughing | Alternative Health | Life Enthusiast Podcast - Podcast #106   
Comedian and actor Robin Williams, who underwent successful heart surgery 10 days ago at the Cleveland Clinic, is expected to make a full recovery within eight weeks, according to a statement released Monday by Williams' publicist, Mara Buxbaum. "The 3 1/2-hour heart surgery was conducted to replace his aortic valve, repair his mitral valve, and correct his irregular heartbeat," A. Marc Gillinov, MD, a staff cardiothoracic surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, says in the news release. In early March, Williams postponed upcoming performances of his one-man show, "Weapons of Self-Destruction," announcing that he needed to undergo surgery for an aortic valve replacement. Although initial news reports did not mention the problem with the mitral valve and the irregular heartbeat, they often occur together with aortic valve disease, says John Robertson, MD, director of thoracic and cardiac surgery at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica, Calif. He did not treat Williams. "It's not uncommon when you have aortic valve disease to have mitral valve disease," he says. What happened to Robin? Could it have been prevented? Listen in and see for yourself... Each week Martin Pytela and Scott Paton discuss Holistic principles for healthy living. Life Enthusiast Co-op is built on over 25 years in study, health consultations and market research in the field of holistic and alternative medicine. We deliver solid time tested expertise. We are in this business not for the money, but for the passion, we have for sharing with others what we had to learn the hard way, through experience. We focus on high quality, innovative holistic solutions. Length: 25:00 Go to iTunes and review our podcast: iTunes Life Enthusiast Reviews and 5 star ratings <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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          Prostate, PMS and Iodine | Alternative Health | Life Enthusiast Podcast - Podcast #52   
SuperNutrient Corp Sea Plant Minerals Important Phytonutrients to support your Endocrine System Natural Organic energetically potentialized Laminaria Digitata Vitamin & Mineral Supplement Control Your Metabolism: Organic Iodine feeds your thyroid gland, which controls metabolism and promotes maturation of the nervous system. Disinfect Your Blood: Iodine is also the main natural disinfecting agent in our body. Every 15 minutes, all of your blood goes through that small organ - the thyroid gland. Prevent Cardiovascular Disease: Laminarin is a polysaccharide that is helpful in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. It helps to balance coagulation of blood. Detoxify From Heavy Metals: Alginate is a natural absorbent of radioactive elements, heavy metals, and free radicals. It has the unique ability of binding heavy metals and radioactive elements to its own molecules. Because the Alginate cannot be broken down by bile or saliva and cannot be absorbed by the body, it is secreted from the body together with the heavy metals and radioactive substances. Each week Martin Pytela and Scott Paton discuss Holistic principles for healthy living. Life Enthusiast Co-op is built on over 25 years in study, health consultations and market research in the field of holistic and alternative medicine. We deliver solid time tested expertise. We are in this business not for the money, but for the passion, we have for sharing with others what we had to learn the hard way, through experience. We focus on high quality, innovative holistic solutions, like Exsula 50. Length: 29:24 Go to iTunes and review our podcast: iTunes Life Enthusiast Reviews and 5 star ratings <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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          Alternative Health | Life Enthusiast Podcast - Back to Basics - Podcast #34   
This week learn about getting back to basics. Each week Martin Pytela and Scott Paton discuss Holistic principles for healthy living. Exsula Superfoods Heart Studies Formula This formula is based upon the research of dozens of the World's top scientists and doctors. Several are Nobel Prize winners, and their work spans this entire century. As a result of their works, we combine 34 key nutrients that are of paramount importance to optimum circulatory health. Unique sources of nutrients, revolutionary new forms, effective potencies and carefully balanced ratios create a powerful, synergistic formula for cardiovascular and heart health, that has never before been possible in the nutritional realm. To learn more: http://www.life-enthusiast.com/usa/heart-studies-formula-237g-p-385.html Life Enthusiast Co-op is built on over 25 years in study, health consultations and market research in the field of holistic and alternative medicine. We deliver solid time tested expertise. We are in this business not for the money, but for the passion, we have for sharing with others what we had to learn the hard way, through experience. We focus on high quality, innovative holistic solutions. Length: 32:18 Go to iTunes and review our podcast: iTunes Life Enthusiast Reviews and 5 star ratings <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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          Alternative Health | Life Enthusiast Podcast - Our Sense of Smell and Health - Podcast #28   
This week the topic is Aromatherapy and how the smells that surround us affect our emotional and physical well-being. Each week Martin Pytela and Scott Paton discuss Holistic principles for healthy living. Aromatherapy One interesting oil is: Ylang Ylang Ylang Ylang oil is fractionated during distillation. Five fractions or grades are collected. These are “Extra” 1, 2, 3 and 4. Ylang Ylang acts on the cardiovascular system, lowering blood pressure, slowing rapid heart beat (trachycardia and rapid breathing (hyperpnea). It helps with depression lifting people mentally and emotionally. It is good for anyone who has low self-esteem and women suffering from PMS. Calming and relaxing exotic fragrance makes it an excellent aphrodisiac, breaking the circle of anxiety about sexual inadequacy, frigidity or impotence. It is beneficial for both dry and oily skins. A folk remedy for asthma, boils, diarrhea, headache, malaria, ophthalmia, rheumatism and stomach ailments. Life Enthusiast Co-op is built on over 25 years in study, health consultations and market research in the field of holistic and alternative medicine. We deliver solid time tested expertise. We are in this business not for the money, but for the passion, we have for sharing with others what we had to learn the hard way, through experience. We focus on high quality, innovative holistic solutions. Length: 16:00 Go to iTunes and review our podcast: iTunes Life Enthusiast Reviews and 5 star ratings <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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          Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) - Coastal Cardiology, PA - Charleston, SC   
Our busy cardiology practice is seeking a Certified/Registered Medical Assistant to support the daily activities of the clinic including: * Triage of patients
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          Registered Cardiology Technologist (EC01)  - Vitalité Health Network - Sainte-anne-de-kent, NB   
He/she will also do some filing, work with the ECG computer system and schedule pacemakers' clinics as needed as well as assist physicians in the audit of...
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          Comentário sobre Empréstimo acaba e Flamengo estuda o que fazer com atleta badalado do passado por Moises Leocardio   
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          Director of Development- Heart Walk Greenville, SC - American Heart Association - Greenville, SC   
Imagine all Americans enjoying ideal cardiovascular health free of heart disease and stroke. Are you ready to join an organization where you can make an...
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          Baylor-Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse-$5 K Sign On Bonus - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
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          Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
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          Western bats as a reservoir of novel Streptomyces species with antifungal activity   

At least two-thirds of commercial antibiotics today are derived from Actinobacteria, more specifically from the genus Streptomyces. Antibiotic resistance and new emerging diseases pose great challenges in the field of microbiology. Cave systems, in which actinobacteria are ubiquitous and abundant, represent new opportunities for the discovery of novel bacterial species and the study of their interactions with emergent pathogens. White-nose syndrome is an invasive bat disease caused by the fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans, which has killed more than six million bats in the last 7 years. In this study, we isolated naturally occurring actinobacteria from white-nose syndrome (WNS)-free bats from five cave systems and surface locations in the vicinity in New Mexico and Arizona, USA. We sequenced the 16S rRNA region and tested 632 isolates from 12 different bat species using a bilayer plate method to evaluate antifungal activity. Thirty-six actinobacteria inhibited or stopped the growth of P. destructans, with 32 (88.9%) actinobacteria belonging to the genus Streptomyces. Isolates in the genera Rhodococcus, Streptosporangium, Luteipulveratus, and Nocardiopsis also showed inhibition. Twenty-five of the isolates with antifungal activity against P. destructans represent 15 novel Streptomyces spp. based on multilocus sequence analysis. Our results suggest that bats in western North America caves possess novel bacterial microbiota with the potential to inhibit P. destructans.


              
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          Cardiovascular Tech - Scarsdale Medical Group, LLP - Harrison, NY   
Minimum of Associates Degree required. Must be a graduate of an accredited school of Diagnostic Medical Sonography....
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          Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) - Coastal Cardiology, PA - Charleston, SC   
Our busy cardiology practice is seeking a Certified/Registered Medical Assistant to support the daily activities of the clinic including: * Triage of patients
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          El riesgo de muerte por ictus ha disminuido un 50% en España en menos de 20 años   
El 27,8% de las defunciones por enfermedades cardiovasculares (36,6% en hombres y 21,1% en mujeres) se deben a esta enfermedad, causando casi el 8% del total de las defunciones ocurridas en España.
          Professional Condenser Podcast Microphone Recording Mic   
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          Studio Condenser Microphone Singing Podcast Mic Shockmount   
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          Baylor-Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse-$5 K Sign On Bonus - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
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          Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
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          (USA-MS-Jackson) Ultrasound Clinical Sales Specialist   
**About Us:** GE is the world's Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry. GE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation. GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer at http://www.ge.com/sites/default/files/15-000845%20EEO%20combined.pdf . Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. **Role Summary:** Build your career and experience the advantages that come with working for the "World's Most Admired Company" (Fortune Magazine) offering significant opportunities for growth and career advancement! In this role, you are responsible for providing technical and clinical applications support during the sales process. This Ultrasound Clinical Sales Specialist role is on the Women's Health Ultrasound Team. **Essential Responsibilities:** Responsibilities include: Provide technical and clinical leadership during sales process by demonstrating full range of Women’s Health Ultrasound products including potential uses, product capabilities and benefits to OB/GYN, Maternal Fetal Medicine and Urology Customers. Develop and deliver product training to OB/GYN, Maternal Fetal Medicine and Urology customers on equipment use. Monitor customer installations of ultrasound products within assigned territory/region to improve customer satisfaction and maintain customer relationships. Support trade shows and professional conferences by performing product demonstration and customer training. Use market and product knowledge to assist sales team in developing sales, marketing and customer service strategies **Qualifications/Requirements:** Candidates should live in the territory. primary coverage for Utah and back up for West zone. Preferred location is Salt Lake City. Will consider Phoenix or Denver. This position is open candidates internal and external to GE. High School Diploma and RDMS certification in OB/GYN(Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer) Skilled in 2D, Doppler and color flow imaging Minimum of 2 years clinical experience following certification with demonstrated skills in OB/GYN and/or Maternal Fetal Medicine Willingness to travel up to 75% both within and outside your specified geographic region with overnight stays depending on geography and business need The successful applicant must comply with GEHC’s standard background check, including a post-offer drug test. In addition, during employment, the employee must comply with all customer access policies, including but not limited to obtaining and/or providing proof of required immunizations, and additional drug tests or background checks (including a federal government background check if assigned to support a contract with the federal government). To the extent you are applying for a position that requires you to operate a GE owned/leased, privately owned/leased or rental vehicle for company business, you must be willing to submit to a check of your driving record You must be legally authorized to work in the United States without restriction **Desired Characteristics:** 2 years’ experience in Maternal Fetal Medicine and Fetal Echocardiography. RDMS in fetal echo or RDCS Urology Ultrasound experience Bachelor's degree preferred Strong presentation skills (public speaking and lecture experience desired) Demonstrated interpersonal & communication skills (ability to effectively communicate, verbally and in writing, to global counterparts and to team members in other functional organizations) Solid problem solving skills (ability to manage and resolve conflict, handle objections and negotiate during the sales process) Proven professional business acumen (experience interfacing with both internal team members and external customers as a part of a solution-based sales process) Willingness to be flexible/adapt to changing work environments Self-motivated, willingness to take the initiative to identify opportunities for improvement and take actions to improve Ability to multi-task effectively and manage multiple priorities at one time Basic proficiency in computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite products Clinical experience in large hospital/university setting preferred Advanced certification such as RDCS or fetal echo registries Additional 1 year experience in High Risk OB setting **Locations:** United States; Arizona, Colorado, Utah GE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation. GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer at http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdf . Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion​ of a background investigation and drug screen.
          A Workout to Help You Build Strong and Shapely Legs   

Grab your short shorts, your Daisy Dukes, your hot pants - whatever you choose to call them. You're going to want to show off your shapely gams after doing this workout. Each of these four exercises tones a different part of your legs, making this workout quick and efficient. We suggest using dumbbells between five and 10 pounds for this fitness quickie.

Directions: Warm up with three minutes of cardio - running in place, jumping jacks, and butt kickers. Then perform this four-exercise circuit three times. Stretch your quads and hamstrings to cool down.


          The Weightlifting Technique That Will Change Your Body   

Ever plan to go to the gym and stop dead in your tracks because you just don't know what to do? Maybe your goals are too broad? Maybe you're expecting too much? How can you really lose weight, gain lean muscle, and build your dream body with just one simple workout plan that doesn't require you move into the gym for the next year? Clearly, you're expecting too much from your efforts, right? Wrong! There is a way to reshape your body by losing fat and gaining muscle without spending countless hours in the gym. What do you have to do? Lift heavy weights to create lean muscle and lift light weights to promote fat loss. The best part? You can be in and out of the gym in less than 30 minutes each day. Here's how!

The heavy and light strength-training plan combines a couple of the most fundamental principles of lifting weights. The intention is to do an exercise for four sets with a heavy weight and low reps (up to six) and then another exercise that targets the same muscle for four more sets with higher reps (up to 12), but with a lighter weight. According to personal trainer Brian Pankau, CPT, you need to take "two to three minutes of rest between heavy [sets], and 45 to 60 seconds between lighter sets."

How does this plan work? When you lift heavy weights your muscles fatigue and ultimately grow (you won't look like a bodybuilder — we promise). From there, you work the same muscles with lighter weights to totally exhaust them, which burns more calories, creates a leaner body composition, and increases endurance. Muscles grow, body fat decreases, and you're only doing two exercises per body part. According to Anthony J. Yeung, CSCS, with this plan, "you'll burn more calories, shed fat, add more strength, and feel more energetic in daily life."

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As a result of this significant caloric depletion, certified personal trainer and owner of HitchFit.com Micah Lacerte cautions that, "Nutrition will play a big role in what sort of results someone will get performing this plan, but if they are on [the proper type of diet], then this style of training will be excellent for building lean muscle." You have to make the effort to eat six small meals each day that all include some form of protein — with specific care to ensure you're getting protein before and after you work out.

While this plan can definitely work, it may not be for everyone. Pankau believes that while "fat loss is going to occur, [it may] not be fast enough for somebody with too much excess fat, so this plan is great for light and medium builds, but not really meant for heavier-set people."

What does this mean for you? For tight and toned triceps, a good combo would be overhead triceps extensions with a heavy weight and triceps kickbacks with lighter weights. For leaner, more sculpted legs, do leg presses with a heavy weight, and lunges with light dumbbells at your sides, or no added weights at all! For stronger, tighter biceps, heavy hammer curls and light preacher curls. The key is to do two moves per body part, one heavy, one light as described above. This will exhaust your muscles, promoting growth while leaning out your body. If you're in average shape, you can look way above average in less time. If you're in good shape, you may want to move to a beachfront property soon. Enjoy!


          Cardiomyopathy (Hypertrophic)   
Title: Cardiomyopathy (Hypertrophic)
Category: Diseases and Conditions
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          Territory Sales Manager- North New Jersey - Metagenics - New Jersey   
First Line Therapy General Nutrition Gastrointestinal Health Detoxification Inflammation Immune System Cardiovascular Health and Blood Sugar Physiology Muscular...
From Metagenics - Thu, 25 May 2017 21:01:15 GMT - View all New Jersey jobs
          A Workout to Help You Build Strong and Shapely Legs   

Grab your short shorts, your Daisy Dukes, your hot pants - whatever you choose to call them. You're going to want to show off your shapely gams after doing this workout. Each of these four exercises tones a different part of your legs, making this workout quick and efficient. We suggest using dumbbells between five and 10 pounds for this fitness quickie.

Directions: Warm up with three minutes of cardio - running in place, jumping jacks, and butt kickers. Then perform this four-exercise circuit three times. Stretch your quads and hamstrings to cool down.


          The Weightlifting Technique That Will Change Your Body   

Ever plan to go to the gym and stop dead in your tracks because you just don't know what to do? Maybe your goals are too broad? Maybe you're expecting too much? How can you really lose weight, gain lean muscle, and build your dream body with just one simple workout plan that doesn't require you move into the gym for the next year? Clearly, you're expecting too much from your efforts, right? Wrong! There is a way to reshape your body by losing fat and gaining muscle without spending countless hours in the gym. What do you have to do? Lift heavy weights to create lean muscle and lift light weights to promote fat loss. The best part? You can be in and out of the gym in less than 30 minutes each day. Here's how!

The heavy and light strength-training plan combines a couple of the most fundamental principles of lifting weights. The intention is to do an exercise for four sets with a heavy weight and low reps (up to six) and then another exercise that targets the same muscle for four more sets with higher reps (up to 12), but with a lighter weight. According to personal trainer Brian Pankau, CPT, you need to take "two to three minutes of rest between heavy [sets], and 45 to 60 seconds between lighter sets."

How does this plan work? When you lift heavy weights your muscles fatigue and ultimately grow (you won't look like a bodybuilder - we promise). From there, you work the same muscles with lighter weights to totally exhaust them, which burns more calories, creates a leaner body composition, and increases endurance. Muscles grow, body fat decreases, and you're only doing two exercises per body part. According to Anthony J. Yeung, CSCS, with this plan, "you'll burn more calories, shed fat, add more strength, and feel more energetic in daily life."

As a result of this significant caloric depletion, certified personal trainer and owner of HitchFit.com Micah Lacerte cautions that, "Nutrition will play a big role in what sort of results someone will get performing this plan, but if they are on [the proper type of diet], then this style of training will be excellent for building lean muscle." You have to make the effort to eat six small meals each day that all include some form of protein - with specific care to ensure you're getting protein before and after you work out.

While this plan can definitely work, it may not be for everyone. Pankau believes that while "fat loss is going to occur, [it may] not be fast enough for somebody with too much excess fat, so this plan is great for light and medium builds, but not really meant for heavier-set people."

What does this mean for you? For tight and toned triceps, a good combo would be overhead triceps extensions with a heavy weight and triceps kickbacks with lighter weights. For leaner, more sculpted legs, do leg presses with a heavy weight, and lunges with light dumbbells at your sides, or no added weights at all! For stronger, tighter biceps, heavy hammer curls and light preacher curls. The key is to do two moves per body part, one heavy, one light as described above. This will exhaust your muscles, promoting growth while leaning out your body. If you're in average shape, you can look way above average in less time. If you're in good shape, you may want to move to a beachfront property soon. Enjoy!


          Top 5 Benefits of Amazon Acai Berry Juice   
Acai berry juice, one of the hottest products in the universe, got to be so popular due to the amazing amount of vitamins, minerals, nutrients, disease fighting and anti-aging substances within the smaller than a grape sized berry. While there are many different benefits for your body after drinking acai berry juice, one of the key standout qualities is the unique taste that accompanies it.




By the time the Western world gets their hands on an acai berry product, it's typically in the form of juice, powder, capsulated, or something similar, and that's only because once the acai berry is picked from the tree, it will spoil within 24 hours unless you convert it into another form (and converting it still maintains nearly 100% of its nutritional value). Whether you drink acai berry juice, or perhaps even take the acai berry capsules, there are a host of benefits to your body, five of which will be mentioned below.




1. Digestive Health - One of the most overlooked, yet key components to the bodies makeup is the digestive system. When your digestive system isn't working right, you'll know it. One of the easiest ways to maintain proper digestive health is to make sure you're taking in enough fiber. Acai berries contain a very large amount of fiber (considering the size of the berry), so including acai products in your diet will leave you feeling a lot better.




2. Anti-Aging - Since the acai berry contains such a large amount of antioxidant power (which fight off free radicals in the body), the acai berry is starting to become very well known for its anti-aging properties. Anti-aging covers a lot of things, but one of the standout factors of aging is wrinkles. Cosmetic powerhouses around the world are experimenting with acai berries due to their natural anti-wrinkle benefits.




3. Alertness - While the claims aren't actually scientific (yet), acai berries have been noted by many people around the world to increase mental clarity and overall alert levels. This might be attributed to the well known fact that acai berries can improve sleep problems, which affect many people, and a better night of sleep will always make your mind much sharper.




4. Vitamins/Minerals - It's not out of the realm of possibility to say that taking daily acai supplements could substitute for the daily vitamin you currently take. For a berry the size of an average cherry, acai berries contain a ton of vitamins and minerals, all of which our bodies crave and need. Everything from A to E, and many essential metals (copper, zinc, etc...) are contained within this berry, making it a nutritional powerhouse.




5. Weight Loss - Perhaps one the most popular and widely talked about benefits of acai is the potential for extra weight loss. While the acai berry doesn't directly affect fat burning (although some claim it does), the combined scientific facts such as extra fiber, vitamins, antioxidants, and everything else that the berry contains will boost your stamina and helps increase all of your bodies natural systems (cardiovascular, digestive, etc..). In turn, metabolism is increased, which when that happens, it's a well known fact that more calories are burned, thus leading to extra weight loss.




It's no mystery that more studies of the acai berry will be conducted over the coming years and who knows what researchers will uncover in the process. But there is absolutely no denying that acai berries are one damn healthy piece of fruit, and you might as well start consuming acai products while you can still find them!


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          Study examines quality of end life care for patients with different illnesses   
Families reported better quality of end-of-life care for patients with cancer or dementia than for patients with end-stage renal disease, cardiopulmonary failure or frailty because patients with...
          (USA-CA-Merced) Telemetry - TELE RN - Travel Nurse   

We're looking for Telemetry RNs for an immediate travel nurse opening in Merced, CA. The right RN should have 1-2 years' recent acute care experience. Read below for more requirements.

As a TELE Travel Nurse, you will provide care by connecting patients to machines that measure heart rate, blood pressure, breathing rate, as well as blood-oxygen levels and electrocardiogram information. These machines then send data to computer screens for RNs to monitor. Telemetry RNs read and interpret the data to better determine patient care.

As a TELE Travel Nurse, you should be prepared to perform the following tasks:

  • Provide basic bedside care.
  • Monitor and adjust specialized equipment used on patients, and interpret and record electronic displays.
  • Identify irregular telemetry readings and notify appropriate medical team members.
  • Initiate corrective action whenever information from monitoring equipment shows adverse symptomatology.

TELE Travel Nurses should be able to stand and walk for long periods of time, as well as bend, lean and stoop without difficulty. RNs should be able to easily lift 20 pounds. Moving or lifting of patients may require lifting of up to 50 pounds at times. RNs must have specific vision abilities including close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

Must have 2 years of Tele experience.Must have AHA BLS and ACLS. ONS CHEMO is highly desired but not required


          (USA-CA-Merced) Telemetry - TELE RN - Travel Nurse   

We're looking for Telemetry RNs for an immediate travel nurse opening in Merced, CA. The right RN should have 1-2 years' recent acute care experience. Read below for more requirements.

As a TELE Travel Nurse, you will provide care by connecting patients to machines that measure heart rate, blood pressure, breathing rate, as well as blood-oxygen levels and electrocardiogram information. These machines then send data to computer screens for RNs to monitor. Telemetry RNs read and interpret the data to better determine patient care.

As a TELE Travel Nurse, you should be prepared to perform the following tasks:

  • Provide basic bedside care.
  • Monitor and adjust specialized equipment used on patients, and interpret and record electronic displays.
  • Identify irregular telemetry readings and notify appropriate medical team members.
  • Initiate corrective action whenever information from monitoring equipment shows adverse symptomatology.

TELE Travel Nurses should be able to stand and walk for long periods of time, as well as bend, lean and stoop without difficulty. RNs should be able to easily lift 20 pounds. Moving or lifting of patients may require lifting of up to 50 pounds at times. RNs must have specific vision abilities including close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

Must have 2 years of TELE experience.Must have AHA BLS and ACLS, ONS CHEMO Cert is highly desired but not required


          Edición 626 del Sábado 09 de Abril de 2011   
CAMPAÑA,DE VACUNACIÓN ANGRIPAL
Jueves 14 de abril de 9 a 17 horas
SÁBADOS DE RECREACIÓN y DEPORTES
¡¡ Tus sábados cambiaran !!
* Juegos de iniciación deportiva * Talleres de Teatro infantil * Actividades de vida en la naturaleza. Destinada a niños de ambos sexo ( entre 6 y 14 años)
Te esperamos a partir del 9 de abril de 9:30 a 12 :30 horas.
TOTALMENTE GRATUITO
Organiza e invita DIRECCIÓN de TURISMO CULTURA y DEPORTE.
EL SILENCIO ACTIVO
El pensamiento, la virtud, la responsabilidad, la memoria, trabajan en silencio y es un silencio gigante que nunca deja de crecer.
Nada se puede hacer a la vez, de forma rápida y prudente.
Ayer nos preguntábamos... Y los políticos ¿ Dónde están?.
Cuando estamos cerca de una elección, pululan como yuyos los oportunistas politiqueros con sus fabulosos discursos, sus faraónicos proyectos. Llegan con una bolsa llena de promesas. No se olvidan de nadie. Hablan como si fueran propietarios de la LAMPARA DE ALADINO, a la cual -si son elegidos- la frotarán y como por arte de magia solucionarán todos nuestros problemas, y harán de Tanti el mejor pueblo del mundo.
Ayer, cuando teníamos a vecinos humildes con el agua cortada, con juicios de remate de sus casas, con vecinos sacando agua de pozos, no encontramos a ningún partido político que nos defendiera, nadie nos escuchó, estaban junto a los poderosos del pueblo....tirando fuegos de artificio en nuestra Cooperativa, o festejando con champagne.
El Señor Dios dijo: la virtud del bien nacido es no darle la espalda al necesitado de una mano amiga. Nadie nos escuchaba...y nos preguntamos... Y los políticos...¿dónde están?.
Pero apareció un vecino y nos escuchó, nos aconsejó y nos ayudó.
Por todo esto decimos: gracias Señor Alberto Busquier y muchas gracias a “El Diarito” y a su Directora, quien siempre tuvo un espacio para nosotros sin otro interés que el de la solidaridad.
Vecinos Autocomvocados de Tanti por la Cooperativa de Obras y Servicios Públicos Tanti Ltda.
MUNICIPIOS EN ACCIÓN (jornadas formativas para el Departamento Punilla- prevención de adicciones)gratuito y con puntaje.
Inscripciones a maestrosdecosquin@yahoo.com.ar
Enviar Nombre y apellido completo, escuela, nivel y una dirección de correo.
El próximo Miércoles 06 de Abril de 2011 se inicia el Programa de Capacitación ”Municipios en Acción“ 2011 en la ciudad de Cosquín
INFORMACIÓN: Si usted tiene el servicio de telefonía CLARO.
Los usuarios de esta empresa que tienen inconvenientes para comunicarse. Deben realizar el reclamo llamando al *611 y aguardar que la operadora lo atienda. Cuando llegue al punto atención al cliente efectuar el reclamo y solicitar el numero del mismo, porque según la información que hemos recibido para que se efectivice la reparación de las celdas de la antena satelital debe hacer varios reclamos.
EL COMITÉ del CIRCUITO TANTI de la U.C.R.
Invita a todos sus afiliados e independientes a participar de las elecciones internas abiertas partidarias provinciales, para la elección de Gobernador- Vice y Legisladores provinciales a llevarse a cabo el próximo domingo 10 de abril, en el Colegio Sarmiento (mesa de mujeres y hombres) de 8 a 18 horas

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Desde Italia la DOCTORESSA (Contadora) Claudia Innocente desea agradecer a todos la que la han apoyado desde la distancia con sus saludos y felicitaciones. A todos ...TANTI GRAZZIE
PJ LOCAL:
VICTORIA DE MONIER
En medio de una jornada tranquila, pero con algunos inconvenientes organizativos, el pasado domingo se efectuó la elección interna del Partido Justicialista,(PJ), de Tanti. El resultado de los comicios finalmente nombró a la Lista Unidad, comandada por Rubén Monier, como la vencedora, con una escasa diferencia de votos con la Lista Renovación, encabezada por Adrián Paredes.
Así las cosas, el recuento definitivo enumeró 251 votos para los ganadores, contra 224 de sus contrincantes. Lo que superó la expectativa existente al comienzo de los comicios de contar con alrededor de cuatrocientos concurrentes a las instalaciones de la Escuela Domingo Faustino Sarmiento.
De esta manera, el consejo de circuito quedó conformado además del ya nombrado Monier en primer lugar- por los siguientes titulares: Liliana del Valle Ocampo, Hugo Héctor Bustos, María Alicia Casas, Fabián Marcelo Bustos, Isabel Celia López, Omar Ramón Cufré, Soledad Valeria Delicia, Alberto Lucio López y Mariela del Valle Murúa. Y los suplentes: Víctor Marcelo García, María Silvina Murúa, David Hugo Vaira, María Inés Gallardo y Alejo Raúl Boulchouk.
A pesar de la dedicación y el esfuerzo realizado para el correcto desarrollo de la elección, Paredes nos comentó los obstáculos que tuvieron que sortear para poder llevar adelante la jornada electoral; ya que desde el PJ cordobés no facilitaron la tarea, a pesar de que su lista realizó “todos los trámites correspondientes y en el término acordado, para presentarse a la elección”.
Si bien, las dificultades se solucionaron en el momento, sucedió que los Presidentes de Mesa fueron elegidos de común acuerdo, uno representando a cada lista, en lugar de citarlos por telegrama como corresponde reglamentariamente desde el justicialismo provincial; entre otras faltas que deberían haber tenido en cuenta y que no obviaron en el resto de las localidades. Eso no empañó el buen desempeño de los participantes y su motivación por la militancia, para continuar haciendo política.

Leslie Grasso
Ahora LAS PEÑAS son en Resto Bar “ABIGAIL”
Terminal de Ómnibus - TANTI.
Artistas: Marina González, Humberto Barrera, Juan Ortiz, Oscar Salcito, y otros...
Danzas - Regalos y mucha diversión...
En el Tango : Diana y Raúl , Eugenio y Norberto
Sábado 9 de abril desde las 22 horas . Valor de la entrada : $ 15
CONSULTORIO de MEDICINA FAMILIAR
Dra. Natalia Magmar - Dr. Pablo Caro
A partir del lunes 4 de abril nuevos horarios de atención 16.30 a 19.30 horas
...
EN EL MISMO CAMINO…
Al igual que sucedió la semana anterior, tema que no pudimos evitar comentar, ahora lamentablemente debemos remarcar cómo se reiteran los actos contra la libertad de prensa. Otra vez, se bloqueó la salida y el posterior reparto de un medio gráfico, en este caso los diarios locales, “La Voz del Interior” y “Día a Día”, por la protesta de un grupo de canillitas. Sin olvidarnos que estos matutinos también pertenecen al Grupo Clarín.
Ante el repudio recurrente que estas situaciones generan en la mayoría de la gente, pero que siguen sucediendo; no podemos dejar de repetir la gravedad de esta situación, en las declaraciones de la Asociación de Entidades Periodísticas Argentinas, (ADEPA): "Impedir o perturbar la circulación de un diario es un delito del Código Penal. Este delito constituye un atropello a una libertad a la que nuestra Constitución le da un tratamiento jurídico preferencial. Esto ocurre porque la libertad de prensa es imprescindible para el funcionamiento de una democracia. Sin una ciudadanía informada, no hay decisiones fundadas y la democracia se convierte en una mera ficción".
Esperemos no tener que continuar tratando como noticia a este o cualquier otro método de censura a los medios de comunicación.
Leslie Grasso
TANTI SIERRAS CLUB :
PATÍN ARTÍSTICO 2011
PROFESORA NUEVA : Mayra A. Bustos (03541-15580069)
Desde el 5 de Abril los días Martes y Jueves a partir de la 18 horas
NO TE LO PIERDAS, TE ESPERAMOS !!!!!!
GIMNASIA ARTÍSTICA:
Comienza las actividades el LUNES 4 de ABRIL 16:30 horas. y 18 horas.
ANFITEATRO MUNICIPAL
DOMINGO 17 DE ABRIL
16.30 horas
ENTRADA GENERAL $ 10.-
Auspicia Municipalidad de Tanti
Organiza
Dirección de Turismo, Cultura y Deporte
¿QUERES ESTUDIAR TEATRO?
La Municipalidad de Tanti te invita a los talleres de Teatro 2011 clases para niños y adultos .armado de obra Charla y clases abiertas a la comunidad libre y gratuita-
No dejes de ser parte . Acercate al C.I.N.E el SÁBADO 9 de ABRIL a las 11:00 horas.
No te lo podes perder ... Llenemos nuestras vidas de arte .
Prof. Giselle Faiella
MEMORIA, Y RECUERDOS
Recordar, etimológicamente, es volver a pasar por el corazón (cor, cordis). Cuando uno dice recuerdo, habla de algo cargado de sentimientos y fotografías.
Memoria, en cambio, no es en realidad un sinónimo. La memoria es el acto de mantener el pasado en la mente, un hecho tal y como fue, sin que lo abracen la subjetividad. Son datos tal cual.
El mecanismo que lo hace es una función neuronal que controla la información que se almacena. Dicen que tener más memoria no está relacionado con la capacidad de recordar muchas cosas sino con la de seleccionar la relevante.
A continuación producción de la Alumna: Rosario Barranco
La Proyección de los valores
En el tiempo que me toca vivir, veo la proyección de la mujer, si miro hacia el pasado, me traslado a la vida de mi abuela, en su pueblo natal de Cuyas de Basa en Almería, España.
Allí conoció a mi abuelo Isidoro Tomás, él era de Granada, hijo de maestros, en un accidente perdió a sus padres y hermanos.
María lo ayudó mucho en el trance de su vida. Ella vivía con siete hermanos y su madrastra, su mamá murió cuando todos eran muy pequeños.
María e Isidoro, se casaron, la vida era muy difícil y convinieron los dos de emigrar a la Argentina, pues él tenía primos afincados allí.
María quedó embarazada. Isidoro llegó a Córdoba (Argentina), tuvo que trabajar en el campo, todo era difícil para él, no podía traer a María. Ella decidió viajar en búsqueda de su marido, sus hermanos la ayudaron, pero nació su hijo y debía esperar un tiempo.
Se adaptó a su nueva patria, trabajaron mucho, valientes y aguerridos.
Tuvieron trece hijos, mi madre era la tercera, ella ayudó a cuidar al resto de sus hermanos.
Cuando nacía mi madre, mi padre viajaba desde Córdoba (España), a Córdoba (Argentina).
Se conocieron muy jóvenes, se casaron y tuvieron tres hijos, la educación que nos dieron, era basada en los valores y el respeto mutuo.
Traté de trasladarlo a la educación de mis tres hijos, que con el paso de los años, veo a mis hijos, educar a los suyos, con los mismos valores, pero adaptados a este tiempo, que les toca vivir
Club de los Abuelos - Tanti
Programa HADOB - PAMI
Taller de Estimulación de la Memoria
Martes de 9.30 a 11hs.
CLUB DE LOS ABUELOS DE TANTI
Informa que el día 18 de abril se hará entrega de los bolsones.
INFORMA PARTIDO GEN TANTI
Comunica a los vecinos que se ha puesto en funcionamiento un
ROPERO COMUNITARIO que funcionará los días
Martes y viernes de 9:30 a 12:30 horas en
Pasaje Río Paraná 404 ( fte canchita calle Sta. Fe) TANTI- Centro.
TANTI SIERRAS CLUB: FUTBOL
El Tanti Sierras Club convoca a sus categorías de futbol infantil 94/95 - 96/97 - 98/99 - 2000/2004 y 2005 en adelante, participaremos de la Liga de Punilla. En la misma participan 10 clubes, que comienza el día 17/04/2011. Todos los interesados en anotarse deben concurrir al Tanti Sierras Club, o en su defecto en la cancha de Tanti Nuevo sita en calle Bulgaria S/N todos los días a partir de las 17:45 horas menos los miércoles.-
Los días de prácticas son:
Categorías 94/95 - 96/97 los martes y jueves desde las 17:45 horas.-
Categorías 98/99 - 2000/2004 y 2005 los lunes y viernes desde las 17:45 horas.-
Por informes se pueden comunicar a los siguientes Teléfonos :
Capelletti Daniel 03541-15599140 /
Patiño Carlos 03541-15543981 -
Muñoz Luis 0351-155095807.-
INFORME DE BOMBEROS
Sábado 2 de abril, 17.30 horas : Informa la policía de un motociclista herido en la entrada a Los Gigantes.
Se trataría de una persona con posibles fracturas, y se la traslada con un móvil del Cuartel, juntamente con la moto, hacia el Hospital Domingo Funes.
19 horas: Informa la Policía de una persona herida en la zona del Toro Muerto, la cual se habría caído de un caballo. Se solicita la presencia de la ambulancia, la cual traslada al herido al Hospital Domingo Funes.
20: 42 horas: Se recibe una llamada sobre un accidente sobre Ruta 28, frente al Corralón Yuspe, donde habría dos menores con heridas múltiples.
Se solicita la presencia de la ambulancia y, al encontrarse la misma ocupada, se traslada a los heridos en un móvil del cuartel hacia el Hospital Domingo Funes.
Lunes 4 de abril, 00: 42 horas: Sale un móvil a verificar una creciente en Cabalango. Al llegar al lugar se comprueba que la misma sería de escaso caudal, no revistiendo peligro alguno.
PARTE DE PRENSA :
COMISARIA DE TANTI
NO SE REGISTRAN NOVEDADES DE RELEVANCIA
CAMPAÑA DE PREVENCIÓN
El equipo de Salud del Dispensario Municipal Dr. José Aneine de la localidad de Tanti realizó una Campaña gratuita para la detección de factores de riesgo cardiovasculares “Buen Corazón, Buena Vida” en jóvenes y adultos a partir de 20 años en la Plaza Central 25 de Mayo.
Dialogamos con la Dra. Victoria Olmos quien nos contó como nace esta iniciativa:
Elegimos el 7 de abril, porque es el Día Mundial de la Salud. El lema de este año es “no uso indiscriminado de los antibióticos” , como este es más que nada un tema medico, nosotros preferimos usar este día para realizar una campaña para detectar factores de riesgos cardiovasculares que es una de las causas principales de muerte en la Argentina.
A partir de estadísticas oficiales, en nuestro país se calcula que 35 de cada 100 muertes se deben a enfermedades cardiovasculares .
Los factores de riesgos son: la Diabetes, por lo cual hacemos controles de Glucemia, la hipertensión: realizando controles de tensión arterial y obesidad a través de la medición de indice de masa corporal.
En base a estos datos le damos indicaciones de pasos a seguir a modo de asesoramiento .
Según el relevamiento que hicimos de datos detectamos que existen mayor cantidad de pacientes hipertensos de los que están registrados en el Centro de Salud y en el caso de la diabetes también de 100 personas hay 3 a 4 que no saben que son diabéticos.
VACUNACIÓN PARA LA GRIPE
En el Centro de Salud “ Dr. José Aneine” de esta localidad se está realizando la vacunación trivalente, Gripe “A” y gripe estacional, a bebes de 6 meses a 3 años, dos dosis .
Para mayores de 65 años una sola dosis.
Desde el Dispensario ya se ha procedido a la vacunación en instituciones como: Policía, Municipalidad, Fundación Rita Bianchi. Además se irá a vacunar a las escuelas, a los docentes y niños con riesgo, al igual que las personas con diabetes, cardiacos, trasplantados, etc. todos ellos pueden recibir la vacuna.
CAMPAÑA DE VACUNACIÓN
JUEVES 14 de abril
Centro de Tanti
HORARIO: 9 a 17 horas.
CAPACITACIÓN: Aprovechamiento de Recursos Turísticos.
El día jueves 7 del corriente, se llevó a cabo en el Centro Cultural Tanti, una capacitación sobre los Aprovechamientos de Recursos Turísticos, brindada desde la Agencia Córdoba Turismo, la cual contó con la presencia de 49 personas entre las que se encontraban los alumnos del Instituto San José, Docentes, Representantes de la Comuna de Villa Parque Síquiman y de la Comuna de Cabalango, Instituciones intermedias como el Club de los Abuelos, Movimiento Serrano y público en general.
Dicha Capacitación estuvo a cargo de la Lic. Romina Cristini .
Los temas que se desarrollaron fueron: el turismo, las actividades turísticas, los espacios, los recursos, los núcleos emisores y receptores, Patrimonios Turísticos y los efectos sobre ellos, los atractivos, y por último los impactos positivos y negativos del turismo; además de dar conceptos teóricos, también se llevaron a cabo trabajos prácticos donde se daban posibles soluciones , tanto para una mejor utilización de los recursos y mayor explotación de ellos con la utilización de otros servicios, como así también de los choques culturales dado el crecimientos notable de los Centros Turísticos.
CONCEJO DELIBERANTE
El día viernes 1 de abril con la presencia del Presidente del Concejo Nestor Cervellini, los Concejales: Teresa Monje, Marcela Castro, Fermina Arguello, Jacinta Ferrer, Jesús Busto se realizó una reunión de Comisión teniendo como único temario: la obra de gas natural en la primera etapa en la localidad, cuyo trayecto seria de la casilla reductora de gas sobre calle San Martín hasta la Municipalidad de Tanti por calle Belgrano, con un presupuesto aproximado de $ 1.000.000 . Debiendo atenerse a la Ordenanza N* 390 /06 por haberse realizado todos los trámites con Ecogas rigiéndose por la mencionada Ordenanza. Solo se modificará el monto de los costos de las conexiones domiciliarias, las que varían según la superficie de los terrenos y que podrán ser financiadas; no así las conexiones privadas que deberán realizarse con personal matriculado y a cargo del usuario.
El viernes 8 de abril continúan en Comisión por este tema con la presencia del Intendente, el contador y el arquitecto, y a continuación se realizará la Sesión Ordinaria del día.
GRUPO AMANECER:
Gracias al evento de la Casa del Trovador y con la ayuda del grupo “Los malondon” de la ciudad de Córdoba, la galería de la Escuelita Nicolás Rodríguez Peña de Cienaga de Britos, está cerrada se compraron tres puertas, cuatro ventanas. Nos faltan 300 ladrillos, 12 bolsas de arena, una lata de impregnate, pintura para las aberturas, así la dejamos terminada porque necesitamos hacer un hall para nivelar. Todo esto pensamos viajar para hacerlo el 30 de abril .
Por eso continuamos con la venta del bonito que sortea el 20 de abril.
El 10 de abril el grupo estará viajando a la Escuela de “Mesa de Mariano” a 250 km. donde se reúnen las escuelas de : Agua de Crespín 15 alumnos , Represa de Morales 15 alumnos, Chañaritos II Escuela Almafuerte 6 alumnos, Escuela Nicolás Ortiz 12 alumnos a llevar útiles , elementos de botiquín, ropa, etc.
Ya nos están esperando que vayamos a Tuclame y a fines de mayo recién podremos hacer el viaje que teníamos previsto a la escuela de El Duraznal .
ACADEMIA MUNICIPAL “PIPAS MAYPAS”:
Los días martes y jueves se dictarán clases de Folklore, de la mano del profesor Ariel Zanon, en el Centro Cultural Tanti:
19 hs a 20 hs para Niños a partir de los 4 años
20 hs a 21 hs Infantil - Guitarra y Canto
21 hs a 22 hs Ballet
22 hs a 23 hs Adultos
Los Esperamos !
LEA, REFLEXIONE Y
HAGA ALGO.
MEJOR ESTAR ACTIVOS HOY
QUE RADIACTIVOS MAÑANA
NUCLEAR?? NO, GRACIAS
La ciencia se introdujo en la Energía Nuclear con fines bélicos. La destrucción y el horror desatados es la humillación del humanismo, gloria para la ciencia y poder para los políticos.
En el período que lleva el desarrollo nuclear, las muertes que ha originado son infinitamente mayores a las vidas salvadas. Ningún geólogo puede garantizar por un año y mucho menos por 100.000 años que es la permanencia de la peligrosidad del material radioactivo- la estabilidad geológica de cualquier zona donde haya un reactor o repositorio nuclear.
Ni hablar de la Central Nuclear de Embalse construida sobre la falla regional de las Sierras Chicas con 6 sismos de magnitud superior a los 6 grados en este siglo. Una central que usa como agua de refrigeración complementaria el Embalse de Río III que tiene una enorme incidencia sobre acuíferos que alimentan enormes poblaciones. Lo mismo sucede con Atucha I y II.
Por eso las organizaciones ambientales tenemos la clara propuesta del cierre de las centrales y el desarrollo de tecnologías más limpias y baratas.
¡¡CUALQUIER DOSIS DE RADIACIÓN ES UNA SOBREDOSIS!!

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          Westminster College Celebrates 163rd Baccalaureate and Commencement Ceremonies, May 13   

Nearly 300 students are expected to earn degrees Saturday, May 13, at Westminster College’s 163rd commencement ceremonies.  A baccalaureate service will be held at 10­ a.m. in Orr Auditorium with Commencement at 1 p.m. on the Weisel Senior Terrace of Old Main.

“Commencement is such a joyful occasion on our campus as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating students and wish them well as they move forward with their plans for successful and fulfilling lives,” said Westminster College President Dr. Kathy B. Richardson

The baccalaureate message will be given by Dr. and Rev. Gordon S. and Nancy Mikoski, parents of graduating senior Charissa Mikoski. Dr. Mikoski is an associate professor of Christian education at Princeton Theological Seminary and Rev. Mikoski serves at the Pennington Presbyterian Church.

Anthony Easley was selected by the 2017 senior class to give the senior address during commencement. A political science major, Easley is a son of Robert and Marissa Easley and a graduate of Karns City Area Senior High School.

During the ceremony, Dr. Robert S. Gardner ’57 will be awarded the degree of Doctor of Science, honoris causa. An alumnus of the College, Dr. Gardner served for many years as a member of the Board of Trustees, including a term as chairman, and is a trustee emeritus.  Dr. Gardner has had a distinguished career as a physician specializing in cardiothoracic surgery, cardiology and cardiac angiology and has been recognized as a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

In case of inclement weather, the ceremony will take place in Orr Auditorium.

The ceremonies will be broadcasted live on wcnlive.com, Armstrong (channel 72 in New Wilmington and channel 204 in Grove City), and Comcast (Channel 183 in New Castle). Stay connected on social media by using and searching #WCGRAD17.

Contact Gabriella Budai, executive secretary in the Office of Academic Affairs, at 724-946-7122 for more information.


          La unidad de Insuficiencia cardiaca del Hospital Virgen de las Nieves, acreditada como excelente por la Sociedad Española de Cardiología   
Esta unidad atiende a unos 500 pacientes y realiza cerca de 2000 consultas al año, 700 médicas y más de 1.200 de enfermería - Fuente: www.juntadeandalucia.es
              
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          다크 초콜릿. 고혈압에도 좋다?   
    안녕하세요. 사람들 인식에는 몸에 좋지 않은 음식이었던 초콜릿! 최근에 초콜릿이 몸에 좋을 수도 있다는 뉘앙스 보도로 초콜릿의 원료인 카카오 함량이 높은 다크 초콜릿이 관심을 받게 됐는데요. 다크 초콜릿이 뭐죠? 다크 초콜릿은 미국기준 카카오 함유량 15% 이상 우리나라에서는 20% , 카카오버터가 10%이상이면 다크 초콜릿이라고한답니다. 심리관 약리학 저널(Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology)에 따르면 건강한 남녀에게 코코아 함유율 72%되는 다크 초콜릿을 먹은후결과를 보니 혈압을 떨어뜨려주는 효과를 보여줬다고 하네요.초콜릿은 고혈압의 위험도 있고 고당분이라 몸에 좋.......
          FISIOTERAPEUTA UCI - Clínica Miocardio - Bogotá, Cundinamarca   
Noticias Clinica Hospitalizacion Ubicacion Direccion Buscar Localizacion...
De Clínica Miocardio - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 18:53:38 GMT - Ver todos: empleos en Bogotá, Cundinamarca
          Symptomatic atrial fibrillation and risk of cardiovascular events: data from the Euro Heart Survey   
Abstract
Aims
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is associated with a wide range of clinical presentations. Whether and how AF symptoms can affect prognosis is still unclear. Aims of the present analysis were to investigate potential predictors of symptomatic AF and to determine if symptoms are associated with higher incidence of cardiovascular (CV) events at 1-year follow-up.
Methods and results
The Euro Heart Survey on Atrial Fibrillation included 3607 consecutive patients with documented AF and available follow-up regarding symptoms status. Patients found symptomatic at baseline were classified into still symptomatic (SS group; n = 896) and asymptomatic (SA; n = 1556) at 1 year. Similarly, asymptomatic patients at baseline were classified into still asymptomatic (AA group; n = 903) and symptomatic (AS group; n = 252) at 1 year. Demographics, as well as clinical variables and medical treatments, were tested as potential predictors of symptoms persistence/development at 1-year. We also compared CV events between SS and SA groups, and AS and AA groups at 1-year follow-up. Both persistence and development of AF symptoms were associated with an increased risk of CV hospitalization, stroke, heart failure worsening, and thrombo-embolism. AF type, hypothyroidism, chronic heart failure, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), were independently associated with an increased risk of symptomatic status at 1-year follow-up between SS and SA groups.
Conclusion
Persistence or development of symptoms after medical treatment are associated with an increased risk of CV events during a 1-year follow-up. Type of AF, along with hypothyroidism, COPD and chronic heart failure are significantly associated with symptoms persistence despite medical treatment.

          Cause-of-death analysis in patients with cardiac resynchronization therapy with or without a defibrillator: a systematic review and proportional meta-analysis   
Abstract
Aims
The additional benefit of a defibrillator in cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) patients is a matter of debate. Cause-of-death analysis in a CRT population has been recently proposed as a useful approach to gain insight into this problem. We performed a systematic review and meta-analysis looking at cause of death in studies involving CRT subjects with (CRT-D) or without (CRT-P) a defibrillator.
Methods and results
Literature search performed from inception to 31 March 2016 for relevant studies. Proportional and conventional meta-analyses were performed to obtain and compare causes of death in CRT-D vs. CRT-P patients, including sudden cardiac death (SCD), all-cause mortality, heart failure, cardiovascular, and non-cardiovascular mortalities. The systematic review included a total of 44 studies and 18 874 patients (13 248 receiving CRT-D and 5626 receiving CRT-P), representing 48 504 patient-years of follow-up. CRT-D recipients were younger, more often male, had lower NYHA class, less atrial fibrillation, more ischaemic heart disease and were more often on beta-blockers than those receiving CRT-P. There were an additional 42 deaths per 1000 patient-years in the CRT-P group compared with CRT-D (97 ± 9, 95% CI 79–115 vs. 55 ± 5, 95% CI 44–65, respectively), of which 35.7% were due to SCD (20 ± 2, 95% CI 15–24 vs. 5 ± 1, 95% CI 3–6) and the remaining 64.3% due to non-SCD. Of all deaths reported in CRT-D and CRT-P patients, 9.1% and 20.6% were due to SCD, respectively. The extent of SCD in CRT-P patients significantly increased in studies with higher percentage of males, ischaemic cardiomyopathy and NYHA class 3.
Conclusion
Overall, compared with CRT-D patients, unadjusted mortality rate was almost two-fold higher in CRT-P recipients, with SCD representing one third of the excess mortality. Rate of SCD was significantly higher in certain subgroups (males, ischaemic cardiomyopathy, NYHA class 3), where a CRT-D may be of more pronounced benefit. This deserves further focused investigation.

          Uomo aggredito a Tor Bella Monaca: “Adesso ho paura”   
Giudicato colpevole per aver diritto a una casa popolare, è stato aggredito dal gruppo. A pochi giorni dal triste episodio di violenza che si è consumato nel quartiere Tor Bella Monaca della capitale,  Howlader Dulal, il cittadino italiano di origine bengalese di 52 anni, ha paura. Dulal è cardiopatico, vive a Roma da 26 anni e lavora …
          MMA Fighter Mia Kang Reveals Pre-Fight Routine: ‘As Much Sex as Possible’   

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model and MMA fighter Mia Kang has cracked the code to a sure win in the ring: having lots of sex right before a big fight.

Kang, who is heading to Thailand to train for the next three weeks for her second professional fight, told the New York Post she likes to psych herself up before each fight by listening to ‘Girlfight’ by Brooke Valentine. She also likes to juice-cleanse, increase her cardio and one more thing.

“When females have sex, testosterone levels increase, so the recommendation is to have as much sex as possible before you fight,” Kang told the Post.

But, she was quick to note that she’s single and added, “I am not actively out there looking.”

“If I lose because I am not good, then that is fair. But if I lose because I am tired, then it’s a waste of time,” she added.

She won’t know who her opponent is until the day if the fight, she told the Post.

“But that is good because I can only focus on training. Besides, she should be afraid of me,” she said.

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          Día Mundial del Corazón   
Hablamos del infarto de miocardio con la cardióloga Elena Fernández
          Prevención del Riesgo Cardiovascular   
El 14 de marzo se celebra el Día Europeo para la Prevención del Riesgo Cardiovascular.
          Ecocardiografía Perioperatoria   
La Clínica Universidad de Navarra aborda el Curso de Ecocardiografía Perioperatoria, una herramienta cada vez más esencial entre los anestesistas.
          Los riesgo del Deporte   
Dr. José Calabuig, cardiologo de la CUN, nos explica que es bueno y aconsejable a la hora de prácticar ejercicio.
          Personal Care Aide-Homecare - LENORA SELK - Paradise Hill, SK   
Health Care Aid Certificate. Aid clients with bathing and other aspects of personal hygiene. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certificate....
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          Cardiofysiologisch laborant invasief (interventie verpleegkundige) - ZorgSaam Zeeuws-Vlaanderen - Zeeuws-Vlaanderen   
Stichting ZorgSaam Zeeuws-Vlaanderen. ZorgSaam maakt op deze manier de zorg nog menselijker en persoonlijker.... €2.567 - €3.774 per maand
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          Group Fitness Instructor - Pulse 163 - North Miami Beach, FL   
Boutique fitness studio seeking experienced instructors to teach barre, body sculpting and cardio fusion formats.... $55 an hour
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          Falleció un hombre en el Casino   
Pasadas las 22 horas, se tomó conocimiento del fallecimiento de un hombre en el Casino Central. Se  constató que el en sector de la sala de juegos, el personal de emergencia medicas intentó hacer reanimación a un hombre de apellido Maidana de 71 años. El hombre se habría desvanecido producto de un paro cardio-respiratorio, según […]
          (USA-OH-Cleveland) PA-Outpatient-Hosp-ProviderObGyn-Women's-Health   
**Job Summary:** The Department of Ob/Gyn Women's Health has an opening for a Physician Assistant. This opportunity is open to new graduates who have a desire to work independently. The ideal candidate be will highly motivated and be active participant in the Chronic Pelvic Pain program in the Women's Health. Outpatient Hospital Midlevel Provider (T31170, D29020) With the supervision of a Physician, (as per O.R.C. 4730) performs complete histories and physicals on patients of all ages to establish and record patient's current health status and to develop a working diagnosis and treatment plan to provide continuing medical care, including daily examinations, writing orders, chart notes, discharging patients and completing discharge summaries, in a variety of clinical settings. Practices as privileged by the Board of The Department of Ob/Gyn Women's Health has an opening for a Nurse Practitioner. This opportunity is open to new graduates who have a desire to work independently. The ideal candidate be will highly motivated and be active participant in the Chronic Pelvic Pain program in the Women's Health. The Department of Ob/Gyn Women's Health has an opening for a Nurse Practitioner. This opportunity is open to new graduates who have a desire to work independently. The ideal candidate be will highly motivated and be active participant in the Chronic Pelvic Pain program in the Women's Health. Governors. Provides outpatient and/or hospital based care to patients (more than 50% of their time) with complex, acute, and chronic health conditions, in the Hospital care role. Practices in a setting that requires the performance of diagnostic and therapeutic interventions to manage acute and chronic health problems, working with multi-disciplinary teams. **Responsibilities:** + Conducts thorough medical histories, performs complete physical examinations (where indicated), initiates appropriate lab, radiology tests or other special tests required for evaluation of illness, and scrutinizes lab data on new and former clinic patients and hospital admissions to establish a record of the patient's current health status and to develop a working diagnosis and treatment plan with direct review by a physician. + Works with autonomy within applicable state law under direction of supervising physician. + Performs and interprets, at least to the point of recognizing deviations from normal, common laboratory, radiologic, cardiographic and other routine diagnostic procedures used to identify pathophysiologic processes as privileged by CCF Credentialing Board. + Performs routine procedures such as injections, immunizations, suturing and wound care, managing simple conditions produced by infection or trauma, assisting in the management of more complex illness and injury which may include assisting surgeons in conducting operations and taking initiative in performing evaluation and therapeutic procedures in response to life-threatening situations, as privileged by CCF Credentialing Board. + Performs specialized procedures, including bone marrow aspirations, biopsies and harvest, blood draws, designated IV starts, spinal taps, thoracentesis and paracentesis as well as other specific procedures as directed by the physician, following approval by CCF Credentialing Board. + Provides information and answers routine questions of patients regarding their disease, including preventive health maintenance topics such as diet, weight, smoking and topics related to medical specialty, with basic recommendations. + Educates patients regarding their disease, treatments, related drug and treatment side effects and hazards. Assists with record keeping, completes appropriate patient medical chart, transcribes lab data and routine correspondence, as directed and reviewed by physician. + Refers patients to physicians as appropriate for consultation or for specialized health resources and treatment. + Ensures continuity of care by serving as a liaison between patient and other members of the multi-disciplinary care team or with other specialty areas as necessary. + Performs research follow-up studies as directed by the supervision of a physician. + Assists in data analysis. + Participates in quality monitoring thru the review of records and treatment plans for patient outcomes on a periodic basis to assure quality care. + Facilitates appropriate length of stay, discharge planning and compliance with regulatory standards for inpatient management. + May serve as clinical preceptor for PA students and other health professionals. + Demonstrates a high standard of moral and ethical behavior. + Demonstrates compassion and professionalism and a commitment to excellent patient care. + Other duties as assigned. **Education:** + Graduate of an A.R.C.-approved Physician Assistant Program. Master's degree in Physician Assistant Studies and/or applicable state license through the State Medical Board for certificate to practice. **Certifications:** + Current certification as a Physician Assistant through the NCCPA. + Must have Prescriptive authority or eligible to apply for licensure to prescribe from the State Medical Board within the first 6 months of hiring. + Must have approved Physician Supervision Agreement (listed on State Medical Board website) and/or signed addendum to Physician Supervision Agreement. + Must be privileged by CCF's Credentialing Board. If candidate has held a license to prescribe within another jurisdiction and needs to obtain a Master's degree in order to apply for CT prescribe from applicable state, the candidate will be subject for review for eligibility for hiring within our system. + Basic Life Support (BLS) through American Heart Association (AHA) + Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) through American Heart Association (AHA) + Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) through American Heart Association (AHA) **Complexity of Work:** + Requires critical thinking skills, decisive judgment and the ability to work with minimal supervision. + Must be able to work in a stressful environment and take appropriate action. + Good verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. + Demonstrated competency and the ability to perform advanced assessment, diagnosis, treatment plan development and invasive procedures as per clinical privileges. **Work Experience:** + Depending on practice, surgical fields may require surgical experience. **Physical Requirements:** + Ability to push/pull patients as part of a team to various positions, to move/push medical equipment and supplies. + Requires extensive walking, sitting and stair climbing. + Ability to obtain safety precautions against blood borne pathogens by using protective gear. **Personal Protective Equipment:** + Follows standard precautions using personal protective equipment as required. The policy of Cleveland Clinic and its system hospitals (Cleveland Clinic) is to provide equal opportunity to all of our employees and applicants for employment in our tobacco free and drug free environment. All offers of employment are followed by testing for controlled substance and nicotine. Job offers will be rescinded for candidates for employment who test positive for nicotine. Candidates for employment who are impacted by Cleveland Clinic’s Smoking Policy will be offered smoking cessation assistance and will be permitted to reapply for open positions after 90 days. Decisions concerning employment, transfers and promotions are made upon the basis of the best qualified candidate without regard to color, race, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, status as a disabled or Vietnam era veteran or any other characteristic protected by law. Information provided on this application may be shared with any Cleveland Clinic facility. Cleveland Clinic is pleased to be an equal employment employer: Women/Minorities/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
          (USA) STAFF RN-FLOAT   
SUMMARY The Float Pool RN performs therapeutic nursing interventions and manages the care of patients with conditions common to the various units assigned including, but not limited to: general surgical patients including outpatient surgicals; medical patients including infant to geriatric populations; critically ill patients; neurological patients; renal patients; oncology patients; cardiovascular patients; pediatric patients; subacute and rehab patients; altered mental status patients; orthopedic patients; and OB/gyn patients with the exception of labor and delivery or newborn nursery. Orientation specific to general medical/surgical floors, intensive care units, emergency department, mother/baby, and/or mental health areas will be provided based on areas the employee will be working. Additionally float personnel working in the ICU and PCU areas will be required to complete modified ECCO curriculum, PCU hemodynamic monitoring, EKG monitoring and ACLS. The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for meeting patient's priority needs by assessing, participating in interdisciplinary care planning, providing and /or delegating care and evaluating patients' responses and progress toward clinical outcomes. The Staff RN contributes to an efficient and effective work environment through activities including professional communication and documentation, preceptoring and/or resourcing of others. The Staff RN supervises Licensed Practical Nurses and/or other support staff in the delivery of patient care as described in Nebraska Statute 38. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: *Commits to the mission, vision, beliefs and consistently demonstrates our core values. *Initiates assessment and reassessment based on the patient's presenting problems/needs in accordance with Bryan Medical Center's procedures. *Synthesizes pertinent initial and ongoing patient data to identify nursing priorities for care and desired outcomes/goals. *Integrates appropriate standards of care into the patient's plan of care based on the diagnosis and age-specific needs. *Executes therapeutic and/or supportive interventions. *Provides education for the patient and family to meet identified patient needs according to their needs, abilities, preferences and readiness to learn. *Evaluates the patient's response to and effectiveness of interventions. *Evaluates patient's progress toward established outcomes. *Incorporates cultural considerations into the plan/delivery of care. *Includes family or significant others in the care of the patient as appropriate. *Documents patient care and related information according to Bryan Medical Center procedures for documentation. *Provides care in conjunction with other members of the interdisciplinary team. *Facilitates patient's transition to the next level of care. *Actively participates in continued learning opportunities and continued self-development pertinent to the work unit and duties of the job. QUALIFICATIONS: Current Registered Nurse licensure from the State of Nebraska or approved compact state of residence as defined by the Nebraska Nurse Practice Act. Must provide evidence of certification and/or instruction for practice area as required by State or Federal standards/regulations. Basic Life Support (CPR) certification required. Two years of experience as a Registered Nurse is recommended.
          (USA) STAFF RN-FLOAT   
SUMMARY The Float Pool RN performs therapeutic nursing interventions and manages the care of patients with conditions common to the various units assigned including, but not limited to: general surgical patients including outpatient surgicals; medical patients including infant to geriatric populations; critically ill patients; neurological patients; renal patients; oncology patients; cardiovascular patients; pediatric patients; subacute and rehab patients; altered mental status patients; orthopedic patients; and OB/gyn patients with the exception of labor and delivery or newborn nursery. Orientation specific to general medical/surgical floors, intensive care units, emergency department, mother/baby, and/or mental health areas will be provided based on areas the employee will be working. Additionally float personnel working in the ICU and PCU areas will be required to complete modified ECCO curriculum, PCU hemodynamic monitoring, EKG monitoring and ACLS. The Staff Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for meeting patient's priority needs by assessing, participating in interdisciplinary care planning, providing and /or delegating care and evaluating patients' responses and progress toward clinical outcomes. The Staff RN contributes to an efficient and effective work environment through activities including professional communication and documentation, preceptoring and/or resourcing of others. The Staff RN supervises Licensed Practical Nurses and/or other support staff in the delivery of patient care as described in Nebraska Statute 38. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: *Commits to the mission, vision, beliefs and consistently demonstrates our core values. *Initiates assessment and reassessment based on the patient's presenting problems/needs in accordance with Bryan Medical Center's procedures. *Synthesizes pertinent initial and ongoing patient data to identify nursing priorities for care and desired outcomes/goals. *Integrates appropriate standards of care into the patient's plan of care based on the diagnosis and age-specific needs. *Executes therapeutic and/or supportive interventions. *Provides education for the patient and family to meet identified patient needs according to their needs, abilities, preferences and readiness to learn. *Evaluates the patient's response to and effectiveness of interventions. *Evaluates patient's progress toward established outcomes. *Incorporates cultural considerations into the plan/delivery of care. *Includes family or significant others in the care of the patient as appropriate. *Documents patient care and related information according to Bryan Medical Center procedures for documentation. *Provides care in conjunction with other members of the interdisciplinary team. *Facilitates patient's transition to the next level of care. *Actively participates in continued learning opportunities and continued self-development pertinent to the work unit and duties of the job. QUALIFICATIONS: Current Registered Nurse licensure from the State of Nebraska or approved compact state of residence as defined by the Nebraska Nurse Practice Act. Must provide evidence of certification and/or instruction for practice area as required by State or Federal standards/regulations. Basic Life Support (CPR) certification required. Two years of experience as a Registered Nurse is recommended.
          (USA-   Winston Salem) Patient Services Coord III   
Patient Services Coord III Apply now Job ID 192319 Date posted 07/01/2017 Facility NHTR Physician Services Department NH Cardiology Admin Work Schedule + Full time + Monday-Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm + 40 hours per week Location: Winston Salem, NC Job Summary: The team member's number one job responsibility is to deliver the most remarkable patient experience, in every dimension, every time, and understand how he or she contributes to the health system’s vision of achieving that commitment to patients and families. Responsible for timely and accurate recording of patient demographics, insurance information, patient charges and collections. Scheduling patient appointments in a timely and accurate manner. Cross-training required in multiple administrative support functions. Qualifications: + Education: High school diploma required. + Experience: One year of clerical experience in medical office setting required. Other related experience may be considered in lieu of medical office experience. + Additional skills required: Knowledge of medical office software for the following: updating patient demographic information, posting charges, copays, and scheduling patient appointments. Requires excellent verbal communication skills. Must be able to work with changing priorities. Requires excellent organizational, problem solving and critical thinking skills. Must be able to interact with individuals of all cultures and levels of authority. Requires the ability to maintain confidentiality. Must be able to function as part of a team. Must possess initiative. Basic medical terminology required, knowledge can be obtained through formal classes or work experience. High level of working knowledge of EPIC systems. Detailed knowledge of multiple payors’ billing requirements. Familiarity of coding requirements for practice speciality. + Additional skills preferred: Proficient in use of all computer software utilized in practice. Apply now Related content + Physician clinics culture
          (USA-NC-   Charlotte) Surgical Tech   
Surgical Tech Apply now Job ID 192092 Date posted 07/01/2017 Facility Presbyterian Medical Center Department Perioperative Inpatient OR Work Schedule + Full time + Monday-Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm + 40 hours per week Location: Charlotte, NC Job Summary: A Surgical Technologist, under the direction of Surgeons and Registered Nurses, assists with patient care and related services. The technologist must have the ability to assist with care of the adult population. Qualifications: + Education: High school diploma required. Graduate of a school of surgical technology or military training equivalent (68D – Operating Room Specialist) required. + Experience: If no certification, minimum of five years of surgical tech experience required. + Licensure/certification/registration: Current surgical tech certification or experience required. BLS required. ACLS for staff working in cardiovascular OR required. + Additional skills required: Has knowledge and skills necessary to modify care according to patient (s) age. Has the ability to interpret information to identify each patient's requirements for care relative to his/her age specific needs. Apply now Related content + Surgical services culture
          (USA-   Charlotte) Surgical Tech   
Surgical Tech Apply now Job ID 192095 Date posted 07/01/2017 Facility Presbyterian Medical Center Department Perioperative Inpatient OR Work Schedule + Full time + Monday-Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm + 40 hours per week Location: Charlotte, NC Job Summary: A Surgical Technologist, under the direction of Surgeons and Registered Nurses, assists with patient care and related services. The technologist must have the ability to assist with care of the adult population. Qualifications: + Education: High school diploma required. Graduate of a school of surgical technology or military training equivalent (68D – Operating Room Specialist) required. + Experience: If no certification, minimum of five years of surgical tech experience required. + Licensure/certification/registration: Current surgical tech certification or experience required. BLS required. ACLS for staff working in cardiovascular OR required. + Additional skills required: Has knowledge and skills necessary to modify care according to patient (s) age. Has the ability to interpret information to identify each patient's requirements for care relative to his/her age specific needs. Apply now Related content + Surgical services culture
          (USA-   Huntersville) Surgical Tech   
Surgical Tech Apply now Job ID 192157 Date posted 07/01/2017 Facility Huntersville Medical Center Department Surgery Work Schedule + Part time + varied days, Mon- Fri, 12 hour shifts, 2 day/wk + 24 hours per week Location: Huntersville, NC Job Summary: A Surgical Technologist, under the direction of Surgeons and Registered Nurses, assists with patient care and related services. The technologist must have the ability to assist with care of the adult population. Qualifications: + Education: High school diploma required. Graduate of a school of surgical technology or military training equivalent (68D – Operating Room Specialist) required. + Experience: If no certification, minimum of five years of surgical tech experience required. + Licensure/certification/registration: Current surgical tech certification or experience required. BLS required. ACLS for staff working in cardiovascular OR required. + Additional skills required: Has knowledge and skills necessary to modify care according to patient (s) age. Has the ability to interpret information to identify each patient's requirements for care relative to his/her age specific needs. Apply now Related content + Surgical services culture
          (USA-   Charlotte) Surgical Tech   
Surgical Tech Apply now Job ID 192093 Date posted 07/01/2017 Facility Presbyterian Medical Center Department Perioperative Inpatient OR Work Schedule + Full time + Monday-Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm + 40 hours per week Location: Charlotte, NC Job Summary: A Surgical Technologist, under the direction of Surgeons and Registered Nurses, assists with patient care and related services. The technologist must have the ability to assist with care of the adult population. Qualifications: + Education: High school diploma required. Graduate of a school of surgical technology or military training equivalent (68D – Operating Room Specialist) required. + Experience: If no certification, minimum of five years of surgical tech experience required. + Licensure/certification/registration: Current surgical tech certification or experience required. BLS required. ACLS for staff working in cardiovascular OR required. + Additional skills required: Has knowledge and skills necessary to modify care according to patient (s) age. Has the ability to interpret information to identify each patient's requirements for care relative to his/her age specific needs. Apply now Related content + Surgical services culture
          (USA-   Charlotte) Surgical Tech   
Surgical Tech Apply now Job ID 192094 Date posted 07/01/2017 Facility Presbyterian Medical Center Department Perioperative Inpatient OR Work Schedule + Full time + Monday-Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm + 40 hours per week Location: Charlotte, NC Job Summary: A Surgical Technologist, under the direction of Surgeons and Registered Nurses, assists with patient care and related services. The technologist must have the ability to assist with care of the adult population. Qualifications: + Education: High school diploma required. Graduate of a school of surgical technology or military training equivalent (68D – Operating Room Specialist) required. + Experience: If no certification, minimum of five years of surgical tech experience required. + Licensure/certification/registration: Current surgical tech certification or experience required. BLS required. ACLS for staff working in cardiovascular OR required. + Additional skills required: Has knowledge and skills necessary to modify care according to patient (s) age. Has the ability to interpret information to identify each patient's requirements for care relative to his/her age specific needs. Apply now Related content + Surgical services culture
          Territory Sales Manager- North New Jersey - Metagenics - New Jersey   
First Line Therapy General Nutrition Gastrointestinal Health Detoxification Inflammation Immune System Cardiovascular Health and Blood Sugar Physiology Muscular...
From Metagenics - Thu, 25 May 2017 21:01:15 GMT - View all New Jersey jobs
          Health Literacy and Cardiovascular Knowledge Workshop in Women From Disadvantaged Communities   
Conditions:   Health Literacy;   Communication
Intervention:   Behavioral: Interactive workshop based on community specific needs
Sponsor:   Hadassah Medical Organization
Recruiting - verified June 2017
          Metabolic Syndrome in Children and Adolescents   
Conditions:   Children;   Cardiovascular;   Risk Factors
Intervention:   Diagnostic Test: anthropometric measures of fatness
Sponsors:   Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile;   Fondo Nacional de Desarrollo Científico y Tecnológico, Chile
Completed - verified June 2017
          Heart Sounds Registry   
Condition:   Heart Failure; With Decompensation
Intervention:   Device: Wearable Cardioverter Defibrillator (WCD)
Sponsor:   Zoll Medical Corporation
Recruiting - verified June 2017
          Two Monitors for Measuring the Activated Clotting Time: A Comparison   
Conditions:   Cardiopulmonary Bypass;   Blood Coagulation;   Point-of-Care Testing
Intervention:   Diagnostic Test: Point-of-Care ACT
Sponsor:   Umeå University
Recruiting - verified May 2017
          Optimizing Integration of CPR Feedback Technology With CPR Coaching for Cardiac Arrest   
Condition:   Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Intervention:   Other: CPR Coaching
Sponsors:   Express Collaborative;   KidSIM-ASPIRE
Not yet recruiting - verified June 2017
          The Effect of Daily Mango Intake on Cardiovascular Health   
Condition:   Cardiovascular Risk Factor
Interventions:   Other: Mango;   Other: No intervention
Sponsor:   University of California, Davis
Recruiting - verified June 2017
          Shareholders Revive Class-Action Suit Against Cardiovascular Systems   
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          Receptionist - Cardiovascular Institute of the South - Meridian, MS   
Answer phones, schedule appointments, check-in and check-out patients, call patients on recall list to make appointments, follow-up with no show appointments...
From Cardiovascular Institute of the South - Wed, 28 Jun 2017 00:41:00 GMT - View all Meridian, MS jobs
          Registered Nurse - Cardiology   
OH-Upper Arlington, Registered Nurse – Cardiology Upper Arlington Ohio State University Physicians, Inc. (OSUP) / OSU Internal Medicine, LLC, a multi-specialty physician group affiliated with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC) is seeking a Registered Nurse, Cardiology for its newly opened outpatient Cardiology clinic in Upper Arlington. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, coum
          3 HIIT Workouts to Take to the Beach   

3 HIIT Workouts to Take to the Beach

[caption id="attachment_59882" align="alignnone" width="620"]3 HIIT Workouts to Take to the Beach Photo: Twenty20[/caption]

In honor of sunny days and warmer temperatures, now’s the perfect time to say so long to the weight room and take things outside. And why not head straight to the shore to work on your beach body? Apart from the beautiful views and mood boost from spending time in the sun, your muscles will have an extra challenge stabilizing you in the sand.

“Working out in the sand adds a ton of resistance to any exercise you’re doing,” says Daily Burn trainer Anja Garcia, who loves getting her sweat on outside when she goes on vacation. And HIIT (high-intensity interval training) is a natural choice for outdoor workouts because you can condition the whole body, without any equipment. This popular training method challenges your aerobic and anaerobic systems, meaning you’ll improve cardiovascular endurance and build strength at the same time. Plus, your muscles will work overtime blasting more calories than they would with just steady state cardio alone (also known as the afterburn effect).

RELATED: Design Your Own HIIT Workout with This Perfect Formula

3 Summer HIIT Workouts for the Sand

Ready to soak up some rays and feel the right kind of burn? Try these three HIIT workouts designed by Garcia with the surf and sand in mind. They’re short, sweet and sure to leave you sweating. Now go on and HIIT the beach!

HIIT Workout: 10-Minute Tone Up

Ten minutes is all you need for a killer burn. Set up two towels 20 yards from one another and then HIIT it! Warm up with 30 seconds of skips and 30 seconds of walking lunges. Then, complete three rounds of the exercises below with 30 seconds of rest between each round.

[caption id="attachment_59884" align="alignnone" width="620"]HIIT Workouts: 10-Minute Tone Up on the Beach Photo: Pond5[/caption]

Single-leg bounding: Drive the right knee up and leap off the left leg, pretending you are gliding through the air. Repeat on the other side. Try to get as high as possible.

Plank drag: Set up towels 20 yards apart. Start in a plank position with one towel under your toes. Drag your toes towards your hands by engaging your core, then walk your hands out again so you’re closer to the far towel.

Side shuffle: Shuffle laterally from one towel to the other, facing the same way as you go there and back.

Inchworm push-ups: Hinge at the waist, bend down and walk your hands away from your feet so you're in a plank position. Do one push-up, walk your feet towards  your hands and repeat.

Long jumps: Bend your knees and jump as far as you can toward the other towel! Keep jumping for the whole 30 seconds.

RELATED: 3 Plyometric Planks You Need to Try ASAP

HIIT Workout: Tabata Bang

Get off your towel and try some Tabata! Complete 10 alternating lunges, 10 squats and a 30-second plank hold to get warmed up. Then, alternate 20 seconds of work with 10 seconds of rest for each exercise in the circuit. Complete eight rounds.

[caption id="attachment_59885" align="alignnone" width="620"]HIIT Workouts: Beach Tabata Bang Workout Photo: Pond5[/caption]

Surfer get-ups: Start on the ground in a low plank position with your hands under your shoulders and your belly touching the sand. Push up from the ground and jump into a squatting position with the right leg in front of the left, as if you're balancing on a surf board. Remember to squeeze your glutes and engage the core. Return to the original plank position and repeat with your left leg in front of the right for the surf stance.

Lateral plank: Assume a plank position with your hands directly under your shoulders. Take two steps to the right while maintaining a plank, and perform a push-up. Repeat the process by moving back to the left. Perform another push-up and repeat.

Lunge jumps: With the right leg in front of the left, get into a lunge position so your knees are both at 90-degree angles. Use your core and quads to ump straight up, switching your legs in mid-air. Land with your left leg forward, then repeat.

Twisting mountain climbers: In a plank position, bring one knee to the opposite elbow. Quickly switch legs and twist the opposite knee to opposite elbow. Try to have your knee touch your elbow for every rep.

RELATED: 7 Easy Ways to Get Fit in Half the Time

HIIT Workout: Perfect 10 Beach Circuit

Get strong and lean with this workout that will challenge your whole body. Use your abdominals to stabilize your core during the lunges and jump squats, and give it all you’ve got with the sprints at the end of each circuit. Complete three rounds total with 30 seconds of rest between rounds.

[caption id="attachment_59886" align="alignnone" width="620"]HIIT Workouts: Perfect 10 Beach HIIT Workout Photo: Pond5[/caption]

Lateral lunges: Step right leg out into a lateral lunge with the left leg straight. As you stand up, drag the left leg back to standing while using the sand as resistance. Repeat movement on the other side.

180-degree jump squats: Squat and touch the ground, jump 180-degrees clockwise and touch the ground again. Repeat by jumping 180-degrees counter-clockwise. Two jumps equals one rep.

Down dog push-ups: Start in a down dog position. Walk your hands out to a full plank, perform a push-up and then walk your hands back to down dog.

Shuttle sprints: Place two towels about 20 yards apart, and using them as markers, start at one and sprint to the other. That’s one! Keep your speed up, sprinting back and forth five times (10 lengths total).

Can't get enough HIIT? Check out our Power Cardio program — it's all about blending strength and cardio.

Originally posted June 2015. Updated July 2017. 

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          7 SoulCycle Secrets for Proper Form on a Spin Bike   

7 SoulCycle Secrets for Proper Form on a Spin Bike

[caption id="attachment_59894" align="alignnone" width="620"]7 SoulCycle Secrets for Proper Form on a Spin Bike Photo: Courtesy of SoulCycle[/caption]

Your feet press down hard on the pedals, your heart races, and the bass drops on your favorite song. The instructor tells you to sprint and, lost in the moment, the figurative wheels begin to come off. Your hips rattle into earthquake-mode, your knees and elbows flail outwards, and your hands clench the handlebars for dear life. If scenes like this sound all too familiar, it’s time to revisit proper form on the spin bike. Nailing down perfect technique will not only help you avoid injury, it’ll ensure you’re burning calories and building muscle (win, win).

Unless you’ve been pedaling under a rock, you’ll know that SoulCycle is all about enforcing efficient and effective movement on the bike. Plus, the spin studio giant recently rolled out a next generation of spin bikes designed to give you a smoother ride complete with better hand and foot adjustments. So it was only natural that we tapped them for their advice.

Alex Kanter, a SoulCycle instructor based in New York City, says, “Spinning isn’t all about cardio. There are several elements that go into practicing good form on the bike that’ll help you sculpt and tone up muscles. You get more out of your workout when you’re able to engage several muscles at once.” To ensure you’re spinning with soul, follow Kanter’s lead with her tips below.

RELATED: 8 Ways to Learn to Love Spin Class

7 Tips for Proper Form on the Spin Bike

1. Engage your core.

Whether you’re sitting in first position during a climb or sprinting in second, Kanter says recruiting your core muscles will help you spin efficiently. Your legs and feet tend to fatigue fast during a spin workout, but using your core with each stroke will give you more stamina. “Your core is where you’ll propel most of your movements on the bike. Imagine an invisible string pulling you from the center of the body when you ride,” she explains.

2. Add resistance.

Don’t be afraid to reach for the small knob in the middle of your bike — it allows you to adjust the resistance. Turning it to the right will ramp up the resistance, while turning it to the left will dial it down. It’s important to have some resistance in each pedal stroke. Adding it will make you feel more grounded and allow you to use different muscles in your core, Kanter says. “You shouldn’t feel like you’re tapping to the back of the room. The more resistance you add, you’ll have a more balanced stroke and be able to move with more control,” she explains.

3. Stay neutral.

When you’re seated in the saddle, maintain neutral position by pulling your shoulders back and down, actively settling them away from your ears. Equally important: “When you’re taking a pedal stroke, make sure you don’t have your feet too far flexed for a balanced stroke,” she says. Also peek down at your knees — they should never be flaring out. For greater control think about squeezing your inner thighs as you drive your foot down for each stroke. Lastly, keep your elbows slightly bent and your core tight even as you’re sitting.

4. Get into position.

In first position, the palms of your hands should be resting at the center of the handlebars and your hips evenly seated in the saddle. Drive your feet down on the pedals, but don’t slam them, Kanter says.

For second position, move your hands out to the curves of the handlebars. Here, you’ll usually be off the saddle and standing doing jumps (that’s a quick up and out of the saddle) and runs (imagine running in place). “Activate your glutes and hamstrings as you’re pedaling each stroke, and think about posture. Be sure to stand up straight with your chest lifted and hips square,” Kanter says.

In third position, your hands are extended out to the top of the handlebars. Your back is a little more flat, and your butt is back and down, Kanter says. You’re really only in third position during a climb. “When you’re tapping it back in third position, you want to lift your butt off the saddle one inch. People often lift it higher, but you won’t get as much glute and hamstring work if you do.”

RELATED: 4 Mistakes You’re Making Setting Up Your Bike for Spin Class

5. Sprint with control.

It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of a sprint. But moving in a more controlled manner will force you to use more muscles to propel your feet. “Lock in your hips and squeeze your inner thighs. Make sure your shoulders are right above your wrists,” Kanter says. When people get tired, they tend to shift their bodyweight over their shoulders, but keep them in line, like they would in high plank position. “When I’m up in a sprint, I think about pulling my body up. Imagine that there’s a balloon attached to your core,” Kanter says.

6. Push up from your core.

When you’re doing push-ups or tricep dips, keep your core tight and firm to press up. With tricep dips, your hands move in a little closer on the handlebars, and your elbows might be touching your torso as you press up and down. On the other hand, with push-ups, you’re pointing elbows out to the sides. Lower your upper body towards the center of the bars. Then, press back up into a plank position, engaging your core and glutes. The biggest newbie mistake to avoid here? “Your elbows shouldn’t be too far to the sides. Keep them close to your body and tuck them in at a 30-degree angle,” Kanter says. She also notes that you want to lead with your chest as you come back up to plank.

RELATED: How to Get Off Your Spin Bike and Start Cycling Outside

7. Climb with your whole body.

Hills are all about working your body from head to toe with each pedal push. It’s normal for it to feel sticky and tough, but the resistance is actually going to help you improve your speed and agility when you run a sprint, Kanter says. If you’re tapping it back to all four corners (aka drawing an imaginary square with your butt, moving it to four points), Kanter says to activate your obliques and move your elbows towards them.

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          Clinical Research Associate- Montreal/Quebec - PRA International - Quebec   
Oncology, Hematology, Respiratory, Immunology, Pain, CNS, Infectious Disease, Metabolism, Vaccines, Cardiovascular and any complex study experience....
From PRA International - Tue, 02 May 2017 20:00:48 GMT - View all Quebec jobs
          Clinical Research Associate - Eastern Canada - PRA International - Ontario   
Oncology, Hematology, Respiratory, Immunology, Cardiovascular, Pain, CNS, Infectious Disease, Metabolism, Vaccines....
From PRA International - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 23:11:55 GMT - View all Ontario jobs
          Clinical Research Associate - Eastern Canada - PRA Health Sciences - Ontario   
Oncology, Hematology, Respiratory, Immunology, Cardiovascular, Pain, CNS, Infectious Disease, Metabolism, Vaccines....
From PRA Health Sciences - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 22:57:39 GMT - View all Ontario jobs
          Clinical Research Associate-Vancouver - PRA International - British Columbia   
Oncology, Hematology, Respiratory, Immunology, Pain, CNS, Infectious Disease, Metabolism, Vaccines, Cardiovascular and any complex study experience....
From PRA International - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 20:04:57 GMT - View all British Columbia jobs
          Clinical Research Associate-Western Canada - PRA Health Sciences - British Columbia   
Oncology, Hematology, Respiratory, Immunology, Pain, CNS, Infectious Disease, Metabolism, Vaccines, Cardiovascular and any complex study experience....
From PRA Health Sciences - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 19:50:50 GMT - View all British Columbia jobs
          Rua ou esteira? Conheça os prós e contras de correr em cada uma   
Uma opção de treino não é melhor do que a outra. Cada uma tem as suas vantagens e desvantagens

Praticar exercício físico, independente do treino ou do local ou máquina onde é realizado, é melhor para a saúde e para a forma física do que ficar no sofá.

Porém, quando o assunto é corrida, há quem goste de estar ao ar livre e aproveitar para aliviar o estresse e estar em contato com a natureza, por exemplo. E ainda tem quem prefira fazer este exercício cardiovascular na esteira da academia ou em casa, podendo controlar todos os parâmetros e métricas.

Uma opção de treino não é melhor do que a outra. Cada uma tem as suas vantagens e desvantagens, mas conhecê-las pode ajudá-lo a entender qual é a melhor para você. O Deporte y Vida do jornal espanhol AS destacou o prós e os contras de correr na rua e na esteira, confira:
Rua
Vantagens: há uma maior sensação de liberdade do que quando se corre na esteira, podemos estar em contato com a natureza, ouvir música e estar sozinhos. Gerimos a velocidade da corrida como quisermos, sem ter de pressionar um botão de uma máquina. Também pode ser menos monótono do que estar confinado em um espaço reduzido.
Desvantagensestamos um pouco limitados pelo tempo – não é ideal correr quando chove muito ou está um sol muito forte, nem quando já é bem de noite. E dependendo do piso em que corremos, pode ter mais impacto nas articulações do que correr na esteria, aumentando o risco de lesão. Precisamos de algum dispositivo para medir a nossa performance.
Esteira
Vantagens: é prático poder correr logo no final de fazer o treino de musculação ou alguma aula na academia. Correr na esteira tem menos impacto nas articulações, por isso é recomendado quando se está se recuperando de uma lesão, por exemplo. Pode ser usada em qualquer dia e hora, embora custe dinheiro. Podemos controlar o tempo, as calorias queimadas e a velocidade a que corremos com a ajuda da máquina. Pode correr enquanto vê um filme, por exemplo.
Desvantagens: ao contrário de correr na rua, praticar este exercício na esteira custa dinheiro - na academia custa a mensalidade e para tê-la em casa tem de a comprar, o que não é barato. Pode ser bastante monótono e dá menos sensação de liberdade.
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          Conheça agora os benefícios que o ovo trará à sua saúde   
Por muito tempo, os ovos foram considerados insalubres, e muitos acreditam que o alto consumo pode aumentar o colesterol. Mas estudos recentes revelaram que os ovos são incrivelmente saudáveis para você e que a dose ideal não é apenas um ovo por dia, mas, possivelmente, dois ou três. Confira a seguir os benefícios que o consumo correto de ovos pode trazer à sua saúde:


1. Seu cérebro está sob a proteção de colina
A colina é uma vitamina de extrema importância na formação do cérebro. Comer dois ovos por dia garante que seu corpo receba bastante desse nutriente, o que é essencial, pois a deficiência de colina no cérebro pode causar diminuição de memória. 
2. A visão é preservada graças à luteína
Novas pesquisas revelam que os ovos são ricos em luteína – a substância responsável pela visão. A falta de luteína pode resultar em mudanças destrutivas no tecido ocular, fazendo com que a visão se deteriore irreversivelmente.
3. A vitamina D ajuda o corpo na absorção de cálcio.
A quantidade de vitamina D encontrada no ovo é a mesma que a de uma colher de sopa de óleo de peixe. Os suplementos especiais para a alimentação de frangos também aumentarão o teor de vitamina D em seus ovos. A vitamina D também é responsável por permitir que o corpo absorva melhor o cálcio, fortalecendo seus ossos e dentes.
4. Os ovos são ricos em vitamina B, que protege a pele, os cabelos e o fígado
Biotina, vitamina B12 e proteínas nutrientes digeríveis contribuem para o fortalecimento do cabelo e da pele. Os ovos de galinha também contêm fosfolipídios, que promovem a eliminação de toxinas do fígado.
 5. Diminuição no risco de doenças cardiovasculares
Os ovos já foram considerados fatores  essenciais no aumento de colesterol. No entanto, o colesterol encontrado nos ovos está cheio de fosfatídeos, o que significa que não é prejudicial à nossa saúde. Também inibe a própria produção de colesterol no corpo e, além disso, os ovos contêm ácidos ômega 3, que reduzem os níveis de triglicerídeos, diminuindo assim o risco de doenças cardiovasculares.
6. Os ovos ajudam na perda de peso.
Se você combinar uma dieta de baixo consumo de calorias à ingestão de ovos no café da manhã, por exemplo, é provável que você perca peso duas vezes mais rápido. Ter um café da manhã reforçado te ajudará a diminuir a quantidade de comida que você consome no resto do dia.
7. Diminui o risco de câncer.
A colina, um componente necessário na saúde do cérebro, também ajuda a reduzir o risco de câncer. Um estudo realizado em mulheres, mostrou que, durante a adolescência, aquelas que consumiram ovos apresentaram menor risco de desenvolver câncer de mama em até 18%.
8. Ovos são essenciais durante a gravidez. 
Os ovos são ricos em vitamina B9 e ácido fólico. Com sua ajuda, formam-se os glóbulos vermelhos e o tubo neural do feto. O ácido fólico também ajuda a aumentar a capacidade mental da criança.
9. Ajuda a retardar o envelhecimento.
De acordo com pesquisas realizadas por cientistas holandeses, 87% das mulheres com idades entre 35 e 40 anos apresentaram menor número de manchas da idade e pele menos enrugada. Também foi visto que, nos homens, as rugas em torno dos olhos eram visivelmente mais suaves.
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          FISIOTERAPEUTA UCI - Clínica Miocardio - Bogotá, Cundinamarca   
Noticias Clinica Hospitalizacion Ubicacion Direccion Buscar Localizacion...
De Clínica Miocardio - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 18:53:38 GMT - Ver todos: empleos en Bogotá, Cundinamarca
          RE: “ASSOCIATIONS OF ACCELEROMETRY-ASSESSED AND SELF-REPORTED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR WITH ALL-CAUSE AND CARDIOVASCULAR MORTALITY AMONG US ADULTS”   
In the article “Associations of Accelerometry-Assessed and Self-Reported Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior With All-Cause and Cardiovascular Mortality Among US Adults” by Evenson et al. (1), the units of measure for screen time were incorrectly listed as hours/week and MET-hours/week in Tables 3 and 5 and Web Tables 4–7. These have been changed to hours/day and MET-hours/day, respectively.
          10 hábitos saludables para copiar de nuestras mascotas   
El portal Noticias24.com elaboró un listado de las "10 de las fabulosas cosas que puedes aprender de tu mascota". Se trata de hábitos saludables que ayudan a olvidar el estrés y aprovechar al máximo cada día para ser feliz.

Aquí compartimos este listado, recomendado!:


1. Saborea el momento. Tu mascota no se preocupa por el futuro o el pasado, porque aprecia y es feliz con lo que vive en ese instante.

2. Sigue tus instintos. Responde a cada uno de tus sentidos sin racionalizarlos. Muchas veces cuando descartamos lo que sentimos podemos eliminar señales importantes sobre algún evento o circunstancia. Ábrete a nuevas opciones y oportunidades.

3. Limpia tu plato. Las mascotas se comen todo y no descartan nada, así que sigue su ejemplo y no dejes que la comida se desperdicie. Sólo recuerda en balancear bien tu comida.

4. Toma siestas. Los animales duermen varios minutos al día para reponer energía. Trata de dejar a un lado tu ritmo acelerado de vida y descansa un poco para reflexionar y relajarte. Esto podría mejorar tu salud cardiovascular.

5. Observa el lado positivo de todo. Aunque regañes a tu mascota, siempre te recibirá con una muestra de afecto. Si tú te concentras y tienes una actitud positiva ante todo podrás mejorar tu calidad de vida.

6. Olvídate de las palabras. Con el tono de la voz, expresiones faciales, postura, movimientos y señales de afecto podemos expresar lo que sentimos a los demás. Fíjate cómo tu perro te ofrece algunas muestras de afecto.

7. Encuentra algo que te gusta. Normalmente los animales son muy juguetones y cuando les gusta alguna actividad, quieren repetirla infinidad de veces. ¡Haz lo mismo! Busca algún pasatiempo que elimine el estrés y que quieras repetirlo constantemente.

8. Respira profundamente. Tu mascota inhala y exhala de una forma profunda para regular su temperatura corporal. Imítalo no sólo para mejorar tu salud física, sino para encontrar un equilibrio con tu mente y emociones.

9. Demuestra que algo te incomoda. Los animales emiten un sonido cuando no están de acuerdo con algo o sienten algún peligro. Haz lo mismo, no te quedes callado ante las situaciones que te molesten.

10. Ama incondicionalmente. Esta es una de las virtudes más grandes de las mascotas. Sin importar el momento, siempre estarán a tu lado brindándote muestras de afecto.

¿Tú qué opinas?
          Monitor Technician (EKG Arrhythmia Technician), Telemetry, PT, 7A-7:30P   
Monitor Technician (EKG Arrhythmia Technician), Telemetry, PT, 7A-7:30P','76962','!*!Responsible for the continuous observation of cardiac rhythms on patients requiring telemetry monitoring and reporting of dysrhythmia to the appropriate individual.-','!*!High School Diploma, Certificate of Attendance, GED, or equivalent training or experience. Minimum required experience 1 year. Successful completion of an electrocardiogram course or ..
          Hacer ejercicio previene enfermedades cardiovasculares   
Puede ser una rutina tan sencilla como caminar 20 ó 30 minutos al día, con ropa y calzado cómodos
          7/1/2017: Justiça manda Abdelmassih de volta ao presídio   
A Justiça de SP suspendeu a prisão domiciliar de Roger Abdelmassih, 73, concedida após laudo apontar que ele tem cardiopatia grave. O histórico do ex-médico, que ficou três anos foragido antes de ser preso, contribuiu para a decisão, que é provisória....
          What Happens If You Eat Too Much Sodium?   

Don’t strain your brains, sodium is nothing but the main ingredient of salt! Everything that we eat or drink should always be in moderation. If we eat too less or too much of anything, it starts to become harmful. Too much of sodium can affect various parts of your system like the kidney, cardiovascular system, […]

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          Skomentuj Ćwiczenia na smukłe uda i jędrne pośladki#2 – trening na macie, którego autorem jest stopnadwadze.pl   
W zależności do Twojej kondycji, możesz wykonywać te ćwiczenia 3-4 razy w tygodniu po 2-5 serii. Najlepiej będzie, by efekt był maksymalny, jeżeli: 1) Wykonasz półgodzinny trening cardio i na koniec dołączysz 2-3 serie z tego zestawu. 2) Możesz też wykonywać na zmianę co 2 dni: zestaw ćwiczeń z tego filmu oraz ćwiczenia cardio (minimum godzina) lub interwałowe (takie jak tabata) - 30-40 minut.
          Family Practitioner/General Practitioner - Stuart Lake Hospital - Fort St James, BC   
Assistance with immigration and relocation logistics which will make the process painless. Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)....
From Health Match BC - Wed, 28 Jun 2017 07:04:27 GMT - View all Fort St James, BC jobs
          Personal Trainer - The Gym Group Walworth Road - London SE17   
From Olympic standard free weights to virtual reality cycling and all of your favourite resistance and cardio machines, we’ve got everything you need to keep...
From Indeed - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 10:50:00 GMT - View all London SE17 jobs
          Do Mind About Your Annual Medical Checkup!   
Did you know that up to 80 percent of the diseases are preventable and curable, if we can detect it in the early stage? The only problem is many people always neglected the annual body check, where they think it won’t be necessary to go for a medical checkup once per year!

No matter you’re sick or not, it’s essential to go for a medical checkup annually. Youngsters should be taken the medical checkup at least once per year, while the elders should perform it every six months.

Most of the medical checkups are mainly focus on blood pressure, electrocardiogram, pulmonary perspective, blood lipids, blood glucose, hepatitis virus, uric acid and much more.

Like the old saying, “A body test per year, keeps the disease away!”

          Baylor-Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse-$5 K Sign On Bonus - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
From Kindred at Home - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:05:41 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
From Kindred at Home - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:05:41 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Baylor-Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse-$5 K Sign On Bonus - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
From Kindred at Home - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:05:41 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
From Kindred at Home - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:05:41 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Per Diem Home Health Registered Nurse - Kindred At Home - Youngsville, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
From Kindred at Home - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:05:51 GMT - View all Youngsville, NC jobs
          LICENSED VET TECHS and VET ASSISTANTS - Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Center / Veterinary Emergency + Critical Care - Las Vegas, NV   
We see patients in surgery, internal medicine, oncology, cardiology, ophthalmology, neurology, rehabilitation and emergency. Looking for a challenge?...
From Indeed - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 21:57:42 GMT - View all Las Vegas, NV jobs
          Comment on Bundok-bundokan by self-coached runner   
Nais ko lang linawain at ito ang pagkakamali ng marami, ang "interval" hindi yaong mabilis na parte ng takbo mo. Ang interval ay yaong pahinga. Ang tawag doon sa mabilis na takbo ay "repeats." Hindi ito semantics or play of words lang. Ito talaga ang kahulugan nito. Hindi bagong konsepto ito. Mas malaki ang cardio improvement sa pamamaraan na ito. 1930's research pa ito at nakagawa na nang maraming world records and olympic champions dito. Iba din ang totoong "speedwork." Dito talaga "speed" ang tutok mo. Ang kadalasan na interval training na sinasabi ng iba ay hindi talagang totoong speed workout. Minsan, kumbinasyon ng dalawa, kaya tawag speed-endurance. Pero Isa pang bagay, hindi mo kailangan ng 1 milyang burol para mag hill workout. 100-200m ok na. Ang objective ng hill workouts ay hindi ang baga mo. Ang dahilan dito ay para lumakas ang binti mo. Totoo, may anaerobic component dito, pero dapat 2ndary lang ito. Kaya ayaw mo ng mahabang burol. Kahit 50m or 100m lang ok na. Hill running is about quality not quantity. Mabuti pa tumakbo nang kaunting o maikling hills kaysa mahaba at maraming repetition na mali naman ang pagtakbo. Tungkol sa track oval - mental o sa ulo lang iyan. Kung boring sa iyo, boring sa iyo. Pero kung tama ang approach mo, at alam mo kung ano ang tamang pagtakbo nito, hindi mo mapapansin ang milya or repetition mo na dumadami na. Tulad ng hill training, QUALITY not quantity ang gabay mo. Dapat tama ang pagtakbo mo nito. Kung tama, hindi ka mababagot. Sa interval, ang non-fast or rest period na ito ang tutoong pinakamahalaga parte na tunay na nagbibigay benefisiyo sa katawan mo. Any true-blue coach, na naka-iintindi ng physiology and training knows this. At times, it is not the speed of the repeatition or the distance covered, but oftentimes, it is the duration of the rest or how you use that 'interval' that matters most. Hanap ka ng mahusay na coach at maipapaliwanag niya ito. Even better, in 3-4 weeks, if the intervals are done properly, you will see tangible results that are measurable. Good luck!
          Echocardiography Tech PRN CHS Cleveland - Carolinas HealthCare System - Shelby, NC   
Performs cardiac ultrasounds studies including 2D, M-Mode, pulsed and color flow ultrasound. Our culture of inclusion and cultural competence allows us to...
From Carolinas HealthCare System - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 21:16:48 GMT - View all Shelby, NC jobs
          Sonographer - Wimbledon Health Partners - Boca Raton, FL   
Candidates should have the ability to perform transthoracic echocardiograms, carotid and peripheral arterial and venous ultrasound, as well as abdominal and...
From Indeed - Tue, 23 May 2017 14:28:54 GMT - View all Boca Raton, FL jobs
          La importancia de la nutrición en la infancia   


 Numerosos estudios han mostrado la relación directa que existe entre la alimentación y la concentración o los niveles de estudio, sobre todo en niños y adolescentes, donde una mala alimentación puede reducir el rendimiento escolar a niveles alarmantes. Una dieta baja en vitaminas puede provocar un descenso en la concentración y atención del niño.
 
 
Cerca de la mitad de la población cumple los criterios de una alimentación saludable, el 40% sólo parcialmente y el 10% no los sigue en absoluto. La alimentación incorrecta o inadecuada por sí sola explica aproximadamente la mitad de las causas de muerte prematura en la población (enfermedades cardiovasculares, determinados tipos de cáncer, la enfermedad Alzheimer y otros trastornos, incluso los que tienen que ver con el sistema inmune, obesidad, desórdenes de la alimentación), así como una disminución en el desarrollo de los adolescentes (talla y peso, rendimiento escolar, memoria, inteligencia).

Las recomendaciones dietéticas de los expertos de nutrición advierten que se deben realizar como mínimo cinco comidas al día: desayuno, almuerzo, comida, merienda y cena. No es aconsejable pasar muchas horas sin ingerir alimentos y, además, estas comidas deben de ser lo más variadas posibles alternando todos los alimentos que quedan reflejados en la pirámide de la alimentación, a lo largo de la semana.
 

Un 22 por ciento de los jóvenes españoles acuden a clase habiendo desayunado tan solo un vaso de leche. Así queda registrado en el último estudio de la Sociedad Española de Dietética y Ciencias de la Alimentación (SEDCA). En el desayuno debemos tomar el 25 por ciento de la energía y los nutrientes necesarios para el resto de la jornada. Un desayuno equilibrado y con la energía necesaria permitirá a los alumnos y alumnas rendir de la mejor manera posible las largas horas lectivas que les esperan.
 
 Un 35 % de los niños dedica menos de 10 minutos desayunar, tiempo insuficiente para tomar un desayuno completo y equilibrado. A través de los estudios científicos de los especialistas y de nuestra experiencia como profesores vemos diariamente que los alumnos y alumnas que acuden a las aulas sin desayunar se duermen en clase, no pueden seguir el ritmo de clase, se despistan y rinden menos.

BENEFICIOS DEL DESAYUNO
Desayunar correctamente tiene beneficios a varios niveles:

Mejora tu rendimiento intelectual.



El desayuno favorece capacidades como: la memoria, la concentración, la atención, la alerta y la creatividad.


Proporciona mayor rendimiento físico.


Los aportes de nutrientes y energía están directamente relacionados con una buena respuesta física y con la productividad.


El secreto de la alegría.


Tomar un buen desayuno mantiene estables y altos los niveles de glucosa en la sangre, tienen efectos sobre los mensajes positivos que llegan al cerebro. El buen humor y la risa son la respuesta externa de esos mensajes.


Mejora tu nutrición.


El desayuno cubre tus necesidades de nutrientes. Si éste es completo, te aporta hidratos de carbono, proteínas, vitaminas, minerales y fibras.


Ayuda a controlar tu peso.


Una correcta alimentación desde la primera comida de la mañana evitará que piques entre horas, lo que influye en tu peso.


Reparto equilibrado de calorías.


Un buen desayuno marca la pauta de las 4 o 5 comidas diarias, entre las que se distribuyen las calorías equilibradamente si se respetan cantidades y variedad de alimentos.

Ayuda en las relaciones familiares.
Un desayuno en familia permite y favorece la relación armónica entre los miembros de la familia, es un tiempo de diálogo que ayuda a educar en la responsabilidad de la alimentación.


Se desaconseja en el desayuno


el uso diario de las grasas de origen animal (mantequillas, carnes grasas, embutidos), hacer desayunos muy copiosos, introducir bollería industrial y alimentos muy ricos en azúcares refinados y, sobre todo, saltarse el desayuno.

Si falta tiempo para desayunar, hay que acostarse antes y levantarse más temprano.
 
Luís Serra, presidente de la Sociedad Española de Nutrición Comunitaria (SENC) informa que "un desayuno completo debe incluir cereales, fruta y lácteos". Y es que, si no se ingieren estos alimentos en la primera comida del día, no sólo se producirá un bajo rendimiento escolar, sino que, y según este estudio, el niño surgirá problemas de desorden alimenticio y algo que cada vez es más habitual: la obesidad infantil.
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10 Errores frecuentes a la hora de comer
  • Saltarse el desayuno, comida imprescindible, especialmente entre los niños.
  • No incluir amplia variedad de hortalizas y frutas, fuentes de vitaminas y minerales.
  • Consumir poco pescado y frutos del mar. Contribuyen a prevenir enfermedades cardiovasculares.
  • Dejar de incluir lácteos, alimentos que incluyen calcio; previenen la osteosporosis.
  • No incluir legumbres en todo el año; son fuentes de proteína vegetal.
  • Consumir hidratos de carbono simpoles (azúcares) y dulces; sólo aportan calorías sin nutrientes esenciales.
  • Consumir cereales refinados, en lugar de integrales.
  • Incorporar manteca o margarina, en vez de aceites vegetales.
  • Salar demasiado las comidas, con el riesgo de hipertensión.
  • Consumir en exceso los productos de dieta, creyendo que no engordan.
"Junk- Food"
El consumo de la llamada comida basura, chatarra o "Junk- Food" ha aumentado, especialmente en la última década en los países desarrollados. Incluso, ha llegado a los países subdesarrollados, donde no hay información sobre los efectos que provocan estos alimentos. El perfil nutritivo de este tipo de comida puede definirse como hipercalórico, hiperproteico y con elevado contenido graso. Dicha actitud se va prolongando hasta las edades avanzadas en que os hábitos adquiridos se convvierten en rutina. Tal situación es preocupante. María Lara, nutricionista boliviana, recomienda trabajar con los niños pequeños para crearles hábitos alimentarios positivos en bien de su salud.
 
Alimentos y Desempeño Escolar
Los alimentos ofrecidos en la escuela son la clave para mejorar el desempeño escolar. Los niños que tratan de aprender con el estómago vacío, tropiezan con dificultades. Ofrecer alimentos a los niños a medio día, mejora además la asistencia a clases. Colaborar, velando por que los niños estén debidamente alimentados, avanza un gran trecho hacia el logro de un óptimo rendimiento escolar. En este sentido el papel de la persona docente se convierte en "maternal" al estar vigilante en este aspecto, indicando qué "bocata" es saludable y cuál está contraindicado. Así mismo, dentro del currículo, en el área de conocimiento del medio se debe velar por dar especial interés al tema de la nutrición, aportando consejos y ejemplos. Informando a los padres y madres a través de tutorías o notas. Todos somos partícipes de la formación.


          Regional Committee unanimously endorsed the Community Climate Action Plan   

Waterloo Region – Municipal governments, community organizations and businesses have come together to develop a Climate Action Plan that commits to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by six per cent from 2010 levels by 2020.

The Climate Action Plan is inter-connected with a number of existing policies, programs and activities led by the community and local governments and will build on existing resources as well as support the collaborative development of new ones.

The Region’s Administration and Finance Committee today unanimously endorsed the Community Climate Action Plan and Reduction Target.

REEP Green Solutions, Sustainable Waterloo Region, the Region of Waterloo along with the Cities of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo have joined a collaboration called ClimateActionWR that has guided the process to develop the Community Climate Action Plan.

Already endorsed by the city councils of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo, the final endorsement will come from the Region of Waterloo at the Regional Council meeting on December 11, 2013.

The plan was developed on a framework that enables municipalities and community stakeholders to take collaborative action towards reducing GHG emissions across Waterloo Region. The community consultation and engagement that took place over the past two years as part of the plan’s development clearly supported this approach.

Waterloo Region’s community GHG emissions in 2010 were estimated at 3.6 million tonnes per year and are forecasted to grow more than 17 per cent by the year 2020 largely due to projected population growth and increases in demand for energy and fuel.

Reducing Waterloo Region’s carbon footprint will strengthen our local economy by supporting economic development and resiliency, energy security and stability, along with reduced local emissions of air pollutants that cause smog and adverse cardio-respiratory effects.

By achieving community-wide participation and endorsement of the Climate Action Plan, reaching Waterloo Region’s 2020 GHG reduction target will be a positive step forward for this community.

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For more information please contact:

David Roewade, Sustainability Planner, Corporate Resources, Region of Waterloo, 519-575-4757 x3308, DRoewade@regionofwaterloo.ca

Sarah Brown, Project Manager ClimateActionWR, 226-476-1659 sarah.brown@sustainablewr.ca

About ClimateActionWR

ClimateActionWR is a collaboration between REEP Green Solutions, Sustainable Waterloo Region, the Region of Waterloo, and the Cities of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo. The collaborative is building on existing community resources and propelling local sustainability efforts through the development of a community Climate Action Plan and reduction target. The action plan, when implemented, will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions as well as support Waterloo Region’s future as a progressive, sustainable and collaborative community with a low carbon impact and high quality of life.

 


          June 2017 Briefing - Cardiology   
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          ICD Treatment Cuts Sudden, All-Cause Death in Cardiomyopathy   
Reduction in rate of all-cause, sudden mortality for adults with ischemic, nonischemic cardiomyopathy
          Metformin Therapeutic As Post-Ischemic Conditioning Agent   
Metformin maintains cell viability and membrane stability of cardiomyoblast cells from ischemic injury
          Veteran loses 30 pounds in VA's MOVE! program   

Army Veteran, 65, lost more than 30 pounds and got in shape with VA's MOVE! program - lifting weights and attending fitness classes for cardio three times a week. Also, a little yoga and boxercise. Read the full story

Army Veteran boxercising
          Fight Gone Bad Workout 2016 – Build Unbreakable Cardio, Conditioning and Mental Fatigue   
In today’s post I am going to share with you a new version of Fight Gone Bad as well as some other variations and the originally. Continue reading
          How To Improve Your Cardio Quickly With Drop Set Treadmill Finishers (VIDEO)   
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          No-Equipment MMA Workout   
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          (IRL-FIELD) Cardiovascualr Territory Manager   
**Name** Cardiovascular Territory Manager **Reports to** Regional Business Manager **Department** Sales **Scope of Responsibility** Maximise Share & Market Growth Opportunities Responsible for Cardiology & Endovascular Business **Location** Field Based, Republic of Ireland **Remuneration** Competitive **Duties & Responsibilities** ## **Dimensions:** + Launch and Execute on the new range of CORDIS Drug Eluting \(DES\), Bare Metal Stents \(BMS\), balloons and access products, whilst leveraging market leading Cardiology & Endovascular Portfolio + Establish and maintain Relationships with Key Accounts including Clinical & Non Clinical Stakeholders + Field based role working collaboratively with other sales team members ## **Main Responsibilities** _Account Management & Sales Delivery_ + Exceed quarterly and end of year individual targets in line with Company Business Plan ensuring ASP’s are met and overall business is significantly grown\. + Own and Develop comprehensive commercial proposals to maximise the total territory business and exceed the territory business plan\. + Work closely with RBM in setting and agreeing objectives to ensure above is met + Maintain account plans, customer contact details, review territory plans on a frequent basis using Salesforce\.com CRM tool + Take responsibility to Establish relationships with Key Clinical and Non\-Clinical Stakeholders within Key Accounts + Become an expert in knowledge of products and procedures of the portfolio and competition to include Broader organisation Products & Solutions + Gain departmental conversions by spending time in angiography suites with clinicians evaluating products and advising on usage of these products + Facilitate customer education using in house training modules on products and simulator sessions + Collaborate with existing team to ensure maximum pull through & explosive growth of the full cardiology & Endovascular portfolio\. + Engage with high level staff in order to facilitate customer solutions beyond the product area\. **Candidate Requirements** + Proven ability to interpret clinical data and utilize this to devise commercial strategies, enabling them to make a high impact in the DES market\. High in communication and influence, a team player, very collaborative with their approach to align all colleagues to the same goals in accounts\. + An attitude of high perseverance, providing solutions, implementing feedback, thinking outside the box and going over and beyond to win business\. + Experience of working cross\-divisionally to provide value based solutions to corporate accounts involving high level commercial deals and managed services negotiated with c\- level executives, hospital committees and coders within focus hospitals\. + Experience with launching new technologies or concepts to the market place, to include experience with devising business plans and reimbursement / financial models\. **Name** Cardiovascular Territory Manager **Reports to** Regional Business Manager **Department** Sales **Scope of Responsibility** Maximise Share & Market Growth Opportunities Responsible for Cardiology & Endovascular Business **Location** Field Based, Republic of Ireland **Remuneration** Competitive **Duties & Responsibilities** ## **Dimensions:** + Launch and Execute on the new range of CORDIS Drug Eluting \(DES\), Bare Metal Stents \(BMS\), balloons and access products, whilst leveraging market leading Cardiology & Endovascular Portfolio + Establish and maintain Relationships with Key Accounts including Clinical & Non Clinical Stakeholders + Field based role working collaboratively with other sales team members ## **Main Responsibilities** _Account Management & Sales Delivery_ + Exceed quarterly and end of year individual targets in line with Company Business Plan ensuring ASP’s are met and overall business is significantly grown\. + Own and Develop comprehensive commercial proposals to maximise the total territory business and exceed the territory business plan\. + Work closely with RBM in setting and agreeing objectives to ensure above is met + Maintain account plans, customer contact details, review territory plans on a frequent basis using Salesforce\.com CRM tool + Take responsibility to Establish relationships with Key Clinical and Non\-Clinical Stakeholders within Key Accounts + Become an expert in knowledge of products and procedures of the portfolio and competition to include Broader organisation Products & Solutions + Gain departmental conversions by spending time in angiography suites with clinicians evaluating products and advising on usage of these products + Facilitate customer education using in house training modules on products and simulator sessions + Collaborate with existing team to ensure maximum pull through & explosive growth of the full cardiology & Endovascular portfolio\. + Engage with high level staff in order to facilitate customer solutions beyond the product area\. **Candidate Requirements** + Proven ability to interpret clinical data and utilize this to devise commercial strategies, enabling them to make a high impact in the DES market\. High in communication and influence, a team player, very collaborative with their approach to align all colleagues to the same goals in accounts\. + An attitude of high perseverance, providing solutions, implementing feedback, thinking outside the box and going over and beyond to win business\. + Experience of working cross\-divisionally to provide value based solutions to corporate accounts involving high level commercial deals and managed services negotiated with c\- level executives, hospital committees and coders within focus hospitals\. + Experience with launching new technologies or concepts to the market place, to include experience with devising business plans and reimbursement / financial models\. Cardinal Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer\. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status\.
          Training to Failure Doubles 10Wk Biceps Gains Compared to Volume-Equ. Training - Difference to Control Even Larger    
Beware, guys, training like these women may make your guns "bulky" ;-)
No, this is by no means the first article about training to failure I've written. In fact, I've published an article as part of a two-part series on "Intensity Techniques" in February, this year.  The reason(s) the latest study from the University of Brasilia (Martorelli 2017 | SuppVersity veterans will notice that this is yet another example of excellent resistance training research from Brazil I can write about) still made it to the SuppVersity News is that it is (a) one of the rare studies with young, healthy female subjects and (b) has both, a non-failure non-volume-equated and a volume-equated non-failure control group.
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Of the aforementioned strengths of the study (b) is unquestionably the real distinguishing factor. As Schoenfeld et al. pointed out in various reviews and independent research the training volume seems to be the only definite determinant of exercise-induced muscle hypertrophy (e.g. Schoenfeld 2010 & 2014). Accordingly, any meaningful comparison of failure to non-failure training needs to be volume-equated...
Figure 1: Insights from previous studies (Izquierdo 2006) and reviews (Stone 1996; Willardson 2007) of training to failure.
...that, however, reduces the practical significance of the results, because, for the average trainee, training to volume goes hand in hand with an increased training volume. After all, few of you will add extra sets to keep their volume constant when they switch back and forth between training to failure and stopping short before their muscles fail.

The study's most important strength is that it has sufficiently large volume-equated and regular no-failure groups and does, therefore, allow us to distinguish the effects of failure and an increased volume due to training to failure.

For their Experiment, the scientists randomly assigned eighty-nine active young women were randomly assigned to one of the previously hinted at three groups:
  • repetitions to failure (RF; three sets of repetitions to failure)
  • repetitions not to failure with equalized volume (RNFV; four sets of 7 repetitions)
  • repetitions not to failure (RNF; three sets of 7 repetitions)
All groups performed the elbow flexor exercise (bilateral biceps curl) and trained 2 days per week using 70% of 1RM.
Figure 2: The volume standardization worked out quite well (left), the increase in muscular endurance was - within statistical margins - identical in all three groups (right); it did, however, show a non-sign. lower effect size in the non-volume equated vs. volume equated non-failure group after 10 weeks  - volume does, therefore, appear to be a relevant determinant of the exercise-induced adaptational response for muscular endurance - in the long run  (Martorelli 2017).
The scientists' analysis of the results show significant increases (p<0.05) in muscle strength after 5 (15.9% for RF, 18.4% for RNF, and 19.9% for RNFV) and 10 (28.3% for RF, 26.8% for RNF, and 28.3% for RNFV) weeks of training - and that "with no significant differences between groups" (Martorelli 2017 | my emphasis). Similar results were observed for the women's strength endurance, which increased after 5 and 10 weeks, likewise with no differences between groups.
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An important note on how the muscle thickness was measured: All tests were conducted at the same time of the day, and the participants were instructed to hydrate normally for the 24 h before the tests.

Furthermore, measurements were taken 5 days after the last training session so that swelling did not affect the MT measurement). The actual measurement was conducted using B-Mode ultrasound (Philips-VMI, Ultra Vision Flip, model BF). The baseline test and retest intraclass correlation coefficient for the elbow flexor muscle thickness was excellent, namely 0.98 (0.98–0.99).
Differences were however observed for peak torque (PT), which increased significantly at 180°/s in the RNFV (13.7%) and RNF (4.1%) groups (p<0.05), whereas no changes were observed in the RF group (-0.5%) and muscle thickness
Figure 3: Relative changes in biceps size in the three study groups after 5 and 10 weeks (Martorelli 2017).
As you can see in Figure 3, the latter increased significantly (p<0.05) in the RF and RNFV groups after 5 (RF: 8.4% and RNFV: 2.3%) and 10 weeks of training (RF: 17.5%, and RNFV: 8.5%), whereas no significant changes were observed in the RNF group (3.9 and 2.1% after 5 and 10 weeks, respectively) - in fact, the reduction in sleeve size from week 5 to week 10 clearly indicates that the training stimulus of three sets of 7 reps was insufficient to trigger a consistent hypertrophy response (despite measurable, but also declining strength gains | see Figure 2, right).
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So, what's the verdict? As usual, you should keep in mind that this is only a single study. With its two "control" groups, it is yet also the first one I have seen to allow us to effectively distinguish between the effects of going to failure and the effect of the increased training volume that's usually associated with training to failure. In this respect, the data (a) confirm previous studies which point to training volume as a, if not "the" major determinant of skeletal muscle hypertrophy. The greater increase in muscle size in the RF group, however, seems to suggest that (b) training to failure has an additional beneficial effect on lean mass gains in the elbow flexors (biceps).

Whether the same goes for male subjects and other body parts will have to be elucidated in future studies. Plus: We must not forget that the authors rightly conclude that "training of repetitions to failure do not yield additional overall neuromuscular improvements in young women" (Martorelli 2017) - in other words: training your biceps to failure makes sense only if your primary goal is to grow bigger guns. If you want to maximize your peak torque, on the other hand, you better add sets/reps without going to failure - after all, the latter reduced the considerable increase in peak torque from 13.7% in the volume equated no-failure (RNFV) group to zero (statistically speaking) when the subjects trained to failure | Comment!
References:
  • Izquierdo, Mikel, et al. "Differential effects of strength training leading to failure versus not to failure on hormonal responses, strength, and muscle power gains." Journal of Applied Physiology 100.5 (2006): 1647-1656.
  • Martorelli, Saulo, et al. "Strength training with repetitions to failure does not provide additional strength and muscle hypertrophy gains in young women." Eur J Transl Myol 27.2: 113-120.
  • Schoenfeld, Brad J. "The mechanisms of muscle hypertrophy and their application to resistance training." The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 24.10 (2010): 2857-2872.
  • Schoenfeld, Brad J., et al. "Effects of different volume-equated resistance training loading strategies on muscular adaptations in well-trained men." The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 28.10 (2014): 2909-2918.
  • Steele, James, James Fisher, and Stewart Bruce-Low. "Resistance training to momentary muscular failure improves cardiovascular fitness in humans: a review of acute physiological responses and chronic physiological adaptations." Journal of Exercise Physiology Online 15.3 (2012): 53-80.
  • Stone, Michael H., et al. "Training to Muscular Failure: Is It Necessary?." Strength & Conditioning Journal 18.3 (1996): 44-48.

          Cardiology Technician I - Bassett Healthcare - Cooperstown, NY   
Under the supervision of the Noninvasive Cardiology Manager and the Division Medical Director, performs prompt, courteous, non-invasive quality technical...
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          Physician - MedExpress - Pennsville, NJ   
Orders diagnostic tests, such as x-ray, electrocardiogram, and laboratory tests, and interpret test results for deviation from normal....
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          Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy after Head and Neck Reconstructive Surgery.   
Summary: Takotsubo cardiomyopathy (TCM) is a form of transient heart failure that clinically mimics acute coronary syndrome and is characterized by left ventricular wall motion abnormalities. The pathophysiology of TCM is not well established. TCM is often preceded by emotional or physical stress and may occur after surgery. We present 3 cases of TCM occurring after head and neck reconstructive surgery. Echocardiography plays a central role in the diagnosis of TCM. Left ventricular wall motion abnormalities extend beyond the territory of a single coronary artery. Coronary angiography and cardiac computed tomography can demonstrate the absence of coronary atherosclerosis and are useful for confirming the diagnosis of TCM. Particularly after reconstructive surgery, it is necessary to carefully monitor fluid replacement to avoid dehydration, which may compromise flap blood flow, although congestive heart failure is the most common complication of TCM. It is important to encourage ambulation as soon as possible, while considering the degree of cardiac impairment. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives License 4.0 (CCBY-NC-ND), where it is permissible to download and share the work provided it is properly cited. The work cannot be changed in any way or used commercially without permission from the journal. Copyright (C) 2017 The Authors. Published by Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. on behalf of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. All rights reserved.
          Cardiologist - VCA Antech, Inc. - Ottawa, ON   
Alta Vista Animal Hospital in Ottawa, Ontario is seeking a Board-eligible or Board-certified Veterinary Cardiologist (permanent, full-time) to join their...
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          Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) - Coastal Cardiology, PA - Charleston, SC   
Supports the physician and/or PA during clinic. Our busy cardiology practice is seeking a Certified/Registered Medical Assistant to support the daily activities...
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          Personal Trainer - Islandia - Blink Fitness - Islandia, NY   
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) certification required. Blink Personal Trainers provide personalized attention,...
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          Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) - Coastal Cardiology, PA - Charleston, SC   
Coordinates lab work, imaging studies and prescriptions. Our busy cardiology practice is seeking a Certified/Registered Medical Assistant to support the daily...
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          P90X + Extreme Home Fitness [Update]   

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          District Manager, West Coast - Eisai - Field Based   
Cardiovascular, HIV, etc.), or account management experience required. The District Manager is responsible for Oncology Account Specialists within the given...
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          Baylor-Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse-$5 K Sign On Bonus - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
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          Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
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          Uomo aggredito a Tor Bella Monaca: “Adesso ho paura”   
Giudicato colpevole per aver diritto a una casa popolare, è stato aggredito dal gruppo. A pochi giorni dal triste episodio di violenza che si è consumato nel quartiere Tor Bella Monaca della capitale,  Howlader Dulal, il cittadino italiano di origine bengalese di 52 anni, ha paura. Dulal è cardiopatico, vive a Roma da 26 anni e lavora …
          Exercise Physiologist - Saint Joseph Mercy Health System - Ypsilanti, MI   
Must have a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science or related field, or must have successfully completed a cardiovascular program with a non-invasive specialty....
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          Cardiólogos desaconsejan a pacientes cardiacos ir de vacaciones a lugares con temperaturas extremas   

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          Hey everyone!   
I have lived in Des Moines for 9 years but until recently travelled for my work and was never here. The past year I have been through a career change and now life changes. I don't know many people in the area unless I have/ or currently work with you. Looking to find a good place for cardio classes that does not cost an arm and a leg. Insight would be great thanks!
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Due to a back injury during a workout I hurt my back doing an intense cardio workout. Then 2 weeks ago my back went haywire on me completely. I had no choice to stop and visit a chiropractor (did not want to mask the symptoms with pain killers or muscle relaxers). The chiropractor told me I cannot lift/do anything- including yoga until my next appointment tomorrow. He will re-evaluate my back then and see if I will be able to do more walking/some yoga/pilates. Even going to the grocery store...
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If you live in the DSM area and you have Mediacom Digital Cable.... WHOO you have SO.MANY.RESOURCES! First of all:

OnDemand. There is a whole Fitness channel on your Free Pass! You can get anything from buns to strip tease to yoga to Biggest Loser stuff to Walk at Home with Leslie Sansone. Jillian Michaels.

Today I did Billy Blanks, Jr's Cardioke. It was cheesy and dorky and I felt really silly, but it was high energy, high impact cardio (with low-impact mods fo...
          January Challenge   
Ok, so it's mid-January, but Laurel 220 had a great idea for a challenge this month. 10 minutes of cardio daily. I do cardio every other day myself, but I figure I'll average it out. Let's get the new year off to a great start!!!
          Anyone ever measure the mileage at Merle Hay Mall?   
Greetings all. Newbie at the SparkPeople, exercise and stop smoking thing.

Been trying to get in some cardio at the Merle Hay Mall for a few weeks now and am trying to figure out my pace. But I need to know the distance that I am walking per lap. The MHM customer service desk says that it is 1.1 to 1.2 miles per lap if you walk all the nooks & crannies, which I do.

So how accurate is what the customer service people say? Has anyone here actually figured it out to som...
          Sneak peek at number three   
I thought I would give plenty of warning for the next challenge!

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I am also going to continue to track my water and fruit/vegetable. I figure I will do each challenge three months before I let it drop off to keep me in the habit. So I will drop the fruit/vegetable tracking in November. You guys do as you see fit. I know for me, hav...
          Temas de alto interés: No bajas de peso? - Solo hay un culpable - Comprobado!   
Puedes llegar hacer ejercicios para bajar el estomago que te van ayudar a reducir abdomen complementando con rutinas de Cardio, ya que no hay ejercicios que se centren solo en hacerte bajar el abdomen sino realizas cardio y pones a oxidar toda la grasa de tu cuerpo.
          Price Drop: ECG Test Pro - Challenge Your Interpreting Skills   
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          Vignettes CritAir, Allocations chômage, tarifs des médecins spécialistes,... Ce qui change au 1er juillet 2017   

CONSOMMATION - Chaque année, le 1er juillet apporte son lot de petits changements qui touchent la vie quotidienne de tous. Cette année n'échappe pas à la règle.

Les automobilistes parisiens et les motards sont ainsi soumis à de nouvelles obligations, les allocations chômage connaissent une légère augmentation, et les tarifs de certains médecins évoluent aussi. Tour d'horizon.

  • Revalorisation des allocations chômage

Les allocations chômage sont revalorisées de 0,65%, l'allocation minimale passant à 28,86 euros par jour, au lieu de 28,67 actuellement. La partie fixe de l'allocation d'aide au retour à l'emploi (ARE) et l'allocation minimale pour les allocataires effectuant une formation sont également concernées.

En 2016, les allocations chômage n'avaient pas été revalorisées, le Conseil d'administration (CA) de l'Unedic ayant échoué à se mettre d'accord sur un taux. Elles l'avaient été en revanche de 0,3% en 2015 et de 0,7% en 2014.

  • Les diagnostics électricité et gaz obligatoires pour les propriétaires loueurs

Les propriétaires qui louent un logement ont l'obligation, à compter de ce 1er juillet, de fournir à leur locataire deux diagnostics, l'un sur l'état de l'électricité et l'autre sur l'installation de gaz, dans les immeubles collectifs antérieurs à 1975.

Cette nouvelle "obligation d'information du locataire par le bailleur", découlant de la loi Alur du 24 mars 2014, s'appliquera six mois plus tard aux autres logements, soit pour tous les baux signés à compter du 1er janvier 2018.

Réalisés par un diagnostiqueur accrédité, ces diagnostics valides pendant 6 ans doivent être annexés au bail d'habitation. Ils s'ajoutent aux autres diagnostics immobiliers obligatoires -risque d'exposition à l'amiante, au plomb, aux termites, surface Carrez, performance énergétique (DPE) etc- dans le cadre d'une location.

  • Augmentation des tarifs des médecins spécialistes

Le prix de la consultation chez le généraliste a augmenté le 1er mai, pour passer de 23 à 25 euros. Ce 1er juillet, le prix de la consultation chez un psychiatre, neuropsychiatre ou neurologue est portée de 37 à 39 euros.

Par ailleurs, la majoration imputée à une consultation chez un médecin spécialiste lorsque celle-ci est prescrite par un généraliste passe de 3 à 5 euros, dans le cadre de ce que l'on appelle le "parcours de soins". Autrement dit, un rendez-vous chez un spécialiste sur prescription de votre médecin traitant vous coûtera désormais 30 euros au lieu de 28. Même chose pour une consultation chez un généraliste qui vous serait prescrite par votre médecin traitant.

La consultation chez un cardiologue augmente de 2 euros, pour passer à 47,73 euros.

  • À Paris, les vignettes Crit'Air deviennent obligatoires

La période "pédagogique", sans amendes, touche à sa fin: tous les véhicules circulant dans Paris doivent désormais arborer leur vignette Crit'Air. Les automobilistes qui n'ont pas apposé l'autocollant sur leur pare-brise s'exposent à une amende de 68 euros.

Cette vignette de diverses couleurs, délivrée par le ministère de l'Environnement, identifie les véhicules selon leurs émissions polluantes (oxydes d'azote, particules).

Les voitures immatriculées avant le 1er janvier 1997, les véhicules utilitaires légers d'avant le 1er octobre 1997, les deux-roues d'avant le 1er juin 2000 sont quant à eux interdits depuis le 1er juillet 2016. "Non classés", et donc sans vignettes, ils n'ont plus le droit de circuler que le week-end et en semaine de 20 heures à 8 heures.

  • Un seul versement pour les retraités polypensionnés

Les salariés ayant cotisé à plusieurs régimes (Cnav, MSA, RSI) peuvent dorénavant bénéficier d'un versement unique de leurs pensions au moment de leur retraite. Jusqu'ici, ces poly-pensionnés devaient se tourner vers chaque régime pour faire valoir leurs droits, calculés et versés de manière séparée.

C'est désormais le dernier régime d'affiliation qui procède à cette liquidation unique pour les régimes alignés (Lura), par souci de simplification. La mesure concerne les futurs retraités nés en 1953 ou après.

Jusqu'en 2030, deux tiers des polypensionnés devraient toucher une pension plus faible par rapport à l'ancien système, entre un quart et un tiers une pension plus élevée, en raison des nouvelles règles de calcul, selon la Cnav.

  • Les motards changent de plaques d'immatriculation

Le précédent gouvernement avait initié un plan d'uniformisation de la taille des plaques d'immatriculation des deux-roues et trois-roues motorisés, et quadricycles non carrossés, dans le but de "faciliter et simplifier la mission de contrôle des forces de l'ordre".

Depuis deux ans, toutes les nouvelles plaques posées sur ces véhicules mesurent 21x13 cm. Ce 1er juillet, ce format est généralisé à tous les véhicules en circulation. Tout conducteur arrêté avec une plaque non conforme pourra être puni d'une amende de 135 euros.

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allevamento riconosciuto enci e fci dispone di cuccioli di alano neri, mantel e arlecchino a fondo grigio provenienti da prestigiosissime linee di sangue, nati da esemplari pluri campioni internazionali ed entrambi certificati esenti da malattie geneticamente trasmissibili quali displasie e cardiopatie. i cuccioli sono nati il 05 giugno 2017 e verranno ceduti da inizio settembre con pedigree, microchip, sverminazioni, profilassi vaccinale completa e certificato veterinario di buona salute.

          ECHO TECHNOLOGIST / ECHOCARDIOGRAPHER / SONOGRAPHER / ULTRASOUND   
Posted on: 2017-07-01

This facility is looking for a Echo/Vascular sonographer for 13 week contract. Must be flexible and willing to be a team player.This state-of-the-art 500-bed facility is located in the panhandle of Texas. The hospital offers a full range of service and prides itself on its innovative treatments and compassionate care. The facility is also very involved in the community. This big city with a small town feel has a population of over 100,000 and offers plenty of restaurants, attractions, and night life. Position: Sonographer Specialty/Modality: Sonography - Echocardiology Licenses/Certifications: CPR/BLS (Basic Life Support), ARDMS-RDCS (AE) Adult, ARDMS-RVT (Reg Vascular Technologist) For the most prompt response, please APPLY ONLINE. Resumes may also be sent to imagingjobseekers@aureusmedical.com or call (800) 456-5857 for more information. As always, there is never a fee for candidates to utilize our services. There is a reason why Aureus Medical Group is a national leader in healthcare staffing. Whether working with an employee to locate exciting career opportunities or with a hospital to fill a need at a critical time, our job is to take care of you and the patients we collectively serve - and we do so with the highest degree of honesty and integrity. We bring over 25 years of experience, proven methods, and an unwavering commitment to patient care to the staffing process. With travel, locum tenens, local contract, and direct hire opportunities available nationwide, you're sure to find the perfect fit for your career goals and your lifestyle. Our Account Managers are dedicated by specialty area and there is never a charge to you for our services. Not all staffing companies are alike. We're proud to be different. Experience the Aureus difference. EEO/Veteran/Disabled/E-Verify Employer
          Canagliflozina, el fármaco contra la diabetes que reduce riesgo de daño cardio y cerebrovascular   
Los resultados, publicados en el New England Journal of Medicine indican que dicho fármaco reduce significativamente el riesgo combinado de muerte por causa cardiovascular, infarto al miocardio no fatal, y accidente cerebrovascular, comparado con placebo en pacientes con diabetes tipo 2, en riesgo de o con un historial de enfermedad cardiovascular.   El análisis indica que también […]
          CARDIAC CATH LAB TECHNOLOGIST / CARDIOVASCULAR TECH   
Posted on: 2017-07-01

A hospital in CA is looking for a cardiac cath lab tech! Shift: 10 hour days - flex start times - with call required. Required: ARRT, California license, Fluoroscopy Permit and current BLS . Must have experience in angio/special procedures. Must have both Cardio and Peripheral experience . Experience with carotid stents preferred. Located in northern California, the hospital provides specialized cancer, endoscopy, childbirth, and pain treatment services as well as a heart institute. Bordered on one side by beautiful Humboldt Bay and giant redwoods on the other side, the location is ideal for the outdoor enthusiast. Boating, sport fishing, kayaking, hunting, birding, and backpacking are all available near by. Position: Technologist Specialty/Modality: Cath Lab Licenses/Certifications: CPR/BLS (Basic Life Support) Physical Abilities: From 50-100lbs For the most prompt response, please APPLY ONLINE. Resumes may also be sent to imagingjobseekers@aureusmedical.com or call (800) 456-5857 for more information. As always, there is never a fee for candidates to utilize our services. There is a reason why Aureus Medical Group is a national leader in healthcare staffing. Whether working with an employee to locate exciting career opportunities or with a hospital to fill a need at a critical time, our job is to take care of you and the patients we collectively serve - and we do so with the highest degree of honesty and integrity. We bring over 25 years of experience, proven methods, and an unwavering commitment to patient care to the staffing process. With travel, locum tenens, local contract, and direct hire opportunities available nationwide, you're sure to find the perfect fit for your career goals and your lifestyle. Our Account Managers are dedicated by specialty area and there is never a charge to you for our services. Not all staffing companies are alike. We're proud to be different. Experience the Aureus difference. EEO/Veteran/Disabled/E-Verify Employer
          CARDIAC CATH LAB TECHNOLOGIST / CARDIOVASCULAR TECH   
Posted on: 2017-07-01

Local Cath Lab Tech (746) / DaysMon-Fri Rotating Week Weekend call. Very busy and need a hard worker that is looking to be challenged and have a positive attitude.Opening in 2009 and part of a 16-hospital system in Texas, this 140-bed facility recently received special recognition for Heart Care and was a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures for two consecutive years. See the Alamo and experience all the shops and restaurants the River Walk has to offer on this assignment. Position: Technologist Specialty/Modality: Cath Lab Licenses/Certifications: CPR/BLS (Basic Life Support) Physical Abilities: From 50-100lbs For the most prompt response, please APPLY ONLINE. Resumes may also be sent to imagingjobseekers@aureusmedical.com or call (800) 456-5857 for more information. As always, there is never a fee for candidates to utilize our services. There is a reason why Aureus Medical Group is a national leader in healthcare staffing. Whether working with an employee to locate exciting career opportunities or with a hospital to fill a need at a critical time, our job is to take care of you and the patients we collectively serve - and we do so with the highest degree of honesty and integrity. We bring over 25 years of experience, proven methods, and an unwavering commitment to patient care to the staffing process. With travel, locum tenens, local contract, and direct hire opportunities available nationwide, you're sure to find the perfect fit for your career goals and your lifestyle. Our Account Managers are dedicated by specialty area and there is never a charge to you for our services. Not all staffing companies are alike. We're proud to be different. Experience the Aureus difference. EEO/Veteran/Disabled/E-Verify Employer
          Bryton cardio 35   
Se vende reloj gps cardio en muy buen estado.
          Baylor-Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse-$5 K Sign On Bonus - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
From Kindred at Home - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:05:41 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
From Kindred at Home - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:05:41 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Cardiology Technician I - Bassett Healthcare - Cooperstown, NY   
Under the supervision of the Noninvasive Cardiology Manager and the Division Medical Director, performs prompt, courteous, non-invasive quality technical...
From Bassett Healthcare - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 09:53:59 GMT - View all Cooperstown, NY jobs
          Professional Condenser Podcast Microphone Recording Mic   
Pronomic CM-100R studio condensor microphone, red, SET incl. gold pop filter large-diaphragm studio microphone, gold-plated 1.25" membrane, FET preamp, cardioid Frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz, Sensitivity: --14 mV= -40dB (0dB = 1V/Pa @ one kHz), signal-to-noise ratio: 76 dB output impedance: 200 ohms (@1kHz) max. Sound pressure level: 140 dBSPL, equivalent noise (IEC268-4-A rated): 22 dB strong metal housing, stable, double-layer metal basket, XLR connector, power supply: 48V Phantom Power required, XLR-connector includes high quality shock mount (5/8 "thread), padded carrying case and pop killer: can be clamped to tube - Ø 27 mm, screen - Ø 165 mm, color: gold Free shipping Description Professional microphone for vocal or instrumental recording
          Studio Condenser Microphone Singing Podcast Mic Screen   
Pronomic CM-100B large membrane microphone complete set incl. stand, pop filter, mic screen & cable large-diaphragm studio microphone, gold-plated 1.25" membrane, FET preamp, cardioid Frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz, Sensitivity: --14 mV= -40dB (0dB = 1V/Pa @ one kHz), signal-to-noise ratio: 76 dB output impedance: 200 ohms (@1kHz) max. Sound pressure level: 140 dBSPL, equivalent noise (IEC268-4-A rated): 22 dB strong metal housing, stable, double-layer metal basket, XLR connector, power supply: 48V Phantom Power required, XLR-connector includes high quality shock mount (5/8 "thread), padded carrying case, popkiller, microphone stand, XLR cable and Miscreen sound absorbers Free shipping Description Professional microphone for vocal or instrumental recording
          Studio Condenser Microphone Singing Podcast Mic Screen   
Pronomic CM-100B large membrane microphone set incl. stand, gold pop filter, mic screen & cable large-diaphragm studio microphone, gold-plated 1.25" membrane, FET preamp, cardioid Frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz, Sensitivity: --14 mV= -40dB (0dB = 1V/Pa @ one kHz), signal-to-noise ratio: 76 dB output impedance: 200 ohms (@1kHz) max. Sound pressure level: 140 dBSPL, equivalent noise (IEC268-4-A rated): 22 dB strong metal housing, stable, double-layer metal basket, XLR connector, power supply: 48V Phantom Power required, XLR-connector includes high quality shock mount (5/8 "thread), padded carrying case, gold popkiller, microphone stand, XLR cable and Miscreen sound absorbers Free shipping Description Professional microphone for vocal or instrumental recording
          Professional Usb Condenser Microphone Podcast Set Stand   
Pronomic USB-M910 Condenser Microphone Complete set incl. stand, gold popscreen gold & mic screen USB studio microphone, electret condenser capsule, directional characteristic: hyper cardioid Frequency response: 20-18,000 Hz max. SPL: 130dB, silver metal housing, sixteen mm membrane includes high quality shock mount (5/8" thread), padded case, 3 m USB cable gold pop killer, microphone stand and Miscreen sound absorbers Free shipping Description High quality USB Condenser Microphone for Use On-the-Go The Pronomic USB-M 910 is the ideal solution for all musicians, journalists and sound technicians, who want to create high quality recordings on the go with a laptop and want to keep the equipment and production small and cost-effective.
          Studio Condenser Microphone Singing Podcast Mic Shockmount   
Pronomic CM-100BG studio condenser microphone black/gold SET incl. Pop fliter gold large-diaphragm studio microphone, gold-sputtered diaphragm 32 mm, pronounced cardioid sturdy metal case with a scratch resistant housing, solid, double layer metal grille Frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz Sensitivity: -36 dB ± 2dB (0dB = 1V / Pa 1000 Hz) Net weight: about 340 g Signal-to-noise ratio: 70 dB, output impedance: 200 ohms max. Sound pressure level: 125 dB for 0.5% THD incl. shock mount, case, thread reducer (5/8 "to 3/8") and windscreen in the SET incl. pop filter Free shipping Customers who have bought this product from us Great service. h***1 Description Professional microphone for vocal or instrument recording
          Studio Condenser Microphone Singing Podcast Mic Shockmount   
Pronomic CM-100B studio condenser microphone blue SET incl. Pop fliter gold Studio large diaphragm microphone, gold coated 1.25 "diaphragm, FET preamp, Cardioid Frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz Sensitivity: -14 mV = -40dB (0dB = 1V / Pa at 1kHz), signal-to-noise ratio: 76 dB Output Impedance: 200 ohms (@ 1kHz), max. Sound pressure level: 140 dB SPL, equivalent noise (IEC268-4 A-weighted): 22 dB ing, solid, double layer metal grille, Power supply: 48V phantom power required, XLR connector includes high quality microphone suspension (5/8 "thread), padded case and Popkiller: Attaches to pipe Ø 27 mm, shade diameter 135 mm, color: gold Free shipping Description Professional microphone for vocal or instrument recording
          Studio Condenser Microphone Singing Podcast Mic Shockmount   
Pronomic CM-100S studio condenser microphone silver SET incl. Pop fliter gold large-diaphragm studio microphone, gold-sputtered diaphragm 32 mm, pronounced cardioid sturdy metal case with a scratch resistant housing, solid, double layer metal grille Frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz Sensitivity: -36 dB ± 2dB (0dB = 1V / Pa 1000 Hz) Net weight: about 340 g Signal-to-noise ratio: 70 dB, output impedance: 200 ohms max. Sound pressure level: 125 dB for 0.5% THD incl. shock mount, case, thread reducer (5/8 "to 3/8") and windscreen in the SET incl. pop filter Free shipping Description Professional microphone for vocal or instrument recording The Pronomic CM-100 is the 1st choice for any musician or home recorder. Its strong Carboid directional characteristic makes it particularly suitable for vocal and voice recording or for recording acoustic instruments, such as classical guitar, string instruments or drums and percussion.
          Jawatan Kosong di Institut Jantung Negara (IJN) - 27 June 2017   
Jawatan Kosong 2017 di Institut Jantung Negara (IJN) | Permohonan adalah dipelawa daripada Warganegara Malaysia yang berkelayakan dan berumur tidak kurang dari 18 tahun pada tarikh tutup iklan ditawarkan untuk memohon jawatan kosong di Institut Jantung Negara IJN

Jawatan Kosong 2017 di Institut Jantung Negara (IJN) www.banyakjawatan.my


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Welcome and thank you for visiting InstitutJantung Negara (IJN) or the National Heart Institute of Malaysia corporate website. We invite you to explore our site to learn more about our services.

InstitutJantung Negara is an award winning facility, with an outstanding reputation for clinical and service excellence. We believes in being transparent and we are amongst a few hospitals in the world to share our clinical excellence on our website. A recipient of the prestigious Joint Commission International (JCI) and other international awards, IJN is committed to clinical excellence and improving the well-being of those we serve.

Our success is due largely to the unwavering commitment of our employees and affiliated medical staff. IJN’s dedicated team of cardiologist and surgeons, nurses and allied health personnel work to provide our patients with the best quality care in an atmosphere of compassion and spirituality.

We envision a future marked by growth, fulfilling our mission to provide the best and most comprehensive health care for our community. From our state-of-the-art facilities and advanced technology to our educational programs and community service, InstitutJantung Negara has a commitment to your health.


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          Group Fitness Instructor - Pulse 163 - North Miami Beach, FL   
Boutique fitness studio seeking experienced instructors to teach barre, body sculpting and cardio fusion formats.... $55 an hour
From Indeed - Tue, 04 Apr 2017 16:50:36 GMT - View all North Miami Beach, FL jobs
          Sintesi della Guida FDA sulle interazioni Farmaci-Alimenti   

Cibi e bevande possono influire sull’assorbimento, il metabolismo, la biodisponibilità e l'escrezione del farmaco, renderlo inefficace, potenziarne la tossicità o un particolare effetto collaterale o creare effetti indesiderati anche gravi.

L'articolo Sintesi della Guida FDA sulle interazioni Farmaci-Alimenti sembra essere il primo su Cardiotool.


          Note AIFA   

i link importanti per la consultazione delle note AIFA e di documenti correlati

L'articolo Note AIFA sembra essere il primo su Cardiotool.


          How Red Cross helped me live my ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ dream   
Visit us on Instagram To be You; Facebook: To be You; e-mail inq.tobeyou@gmail.com As a big fan of "Grey's Anatomy," I've always dreamed of learning CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and to experience what it's like to be a medical responder on the field. More than just the drama in the medical field, what I really love about "Grey's" is that when disaster strikes in rainy Seattle, the doctors and medical responders almost always come through at the end of the day. So, when the opportunity to become a Red Cross volunteer presented itself, I jumped at the chance to live my dream. But first I had to go through the Red Cross Occupational First Aid and Lay Rescuers seminar....

Keep on reading: How Red Cross helped me live my ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ dream
          Enfermero/a Auditor/a - con experiencia   
FUNDACION CARDIOVASCULAR DE COLOMBIA. - Floridablanca, Santander - La Fundacion Cardiovascular de Colombia requiere un Enfermero/a Auditor/a preferiblemente con 5 anos de experiencia en el area asistencial y un ano de entrenamiento en formacion como auditor medico. Es indispensable que cuente con especializacion en administracion de servicios ...
          Auxiliar de Farmacia - Con experiencia   
Floridablanca, Santander - Sobre la oferta Publicada:Ayer, 03:11 p. m. Salario * $ 999.212,00 (Mensual) Localización * Floridablanca, Santander Descripción * La Fundación Cardiovascular de Colombia solicita Auxiliar de Farmacia con experiencia. - Preferiblemente 2 años de experiencia en manejo de r...
          Enfermero/a Auditor/a - con experiencia   
Floridablanca, Santander - Sobre la oferta Publicada:Ayer, 11:46 a. m. Salario * $ 2.500.000,00 (Mensual) Localización * Floridablanca, Santander Descripción * La Fundación Cardiovascular de Colombia requiere un Enfermero/a Auditor/a preferiblemente con 5 años de experiencia en el área asistencial y ...
          Auxiliar de Farmacia - Con experiencia   
FUNDACION CARDIOVASCULAR DE COLOMBIA. - Floridablanca, Santander - La Fundacion Cardiovascular de Colombia solicita Auxiliar de Farmacia con experiencia. - Preferiblemente 2 anos de experiencia en manejo de recepcion tecnica, administrativa, dispensacion y venta de Medicamentos Pos y No Pos y Dispositivos medicos, control de inventarios, apoyo...
          Enfermero/a Auditor/a - con experiencia en Floridablanca   
Floridablanca, Santander - La Fundación Cardiovascular de Colombia requiere un Enfermero/a Auditor/a preferiblemente con 5 años de experiencia en el área asistencial y un año de entrenamiento en formación como auditor médico. Es indispensable que cuente con especialización en administración de servicios ...
          Treatment Coord/Westport Campus/PRN,Days - St. Vincent's Health Serv, CT - Westport, CT   
SVHS, a member of Ascension Health, the nation's largest Catholic and largest non-profit healthcare system, offers regional centers of excellence in cardiology,...
From Ascension Healthcare - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 07:34:24 GMT - View all Westport, CT jobs
          Rehab Therapist/Westport Campus/PT,Days, 24 hours,Weekly - St. Vincent's Health Serv, CT - Westport, CT   
SVHS, a member of Ascension Health, the nation's largest Catholic and largest non-profit healthcare system, offers regional centers of excellence in cardiology,...
From Ascension Healthcare - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 01:42:05 GMT - View all Westport, CT jobs
          Rehab Therapist/Westport Campus/PRN,Days, - St. Vincent's Health Serv, CT - Westport, CT   
SVHS, a member of Ascension Health, the nation's largest Catholic and largest non-profit healthcare system, offers regional centers of excellence in cardiology,...
From Ascension Healthcare - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 01:40:31 GMT - View all Westport, CT jobs
          Coord-Quality/Patient Safety/Westport Campus/FT,Days, 80 hours,Bi-Weekly - St. Vincent's Health Serv, CT - Westport, CT   
SVHS, a member of Ascension Health, the nation's largest Catholic and largest non-profit healthcare system, offers regional centers of excellence in cardiology,...
From Ascension Healthcare - Tue, 09 May 2017 07:04:11 GMT - View all Westport, CT jobs
          Cook PRN/Westport Campus/PRN,Rotating, - St. Vincent's Health Serv, CT - Westport, CT   
SVHS, a member of Ascension Health, the nation's largest Catholic and largest non-profit healthcare system, offers regional centers of excellence in cardiology,...
From Ascension Healthcare - Tue, 09 May 2017 07:02:49 GMT - View all Westport, CT jobs
          Nursing Supervisor/Westport Campus/ PT,Rotating, 32 hours,Weekly - St. Vincent's Health Serv, CT - Westport, CT   
SVHS, a member of Ascension Health, the nation's largest Catholic and largest non-profit healthcare system, offers regional centers of excellence in cardiology,...
From Ascension Healthcare - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 12:52:14 GMT - View all Westport, CT jobs
          Admission Evaluator/Westport Campus/Westport Campus - St. Vincent's Health Serv, CT - Westport, CT   
SVHS, a member of Ascension Health, the nation's largest Catholic and largest non-profit healthcare system, offers regional centers of excellence in cardiology,...
From Ascension Healthcare - Mon, 26 Jun 2017 10:00:10 GMT - View all Westport, CT jobs
          CORRECTIONAL OFFICER - Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services - Ontario   
Be currently certified and/or able to be certified by first day of employment in Emergency First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Heartsaver (CPR) and Automated External... $25.09 - $29.50 an hour
From Ontario Public Service - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 06:45:43 GMT - View all Ontario jobs
          PHYSICIANS, STAFF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGISTS, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS   
Beckley, Physicians Staff Medical Technologists Occupational Therapists Multiple openings for Orthopedic Surgeons, Nephrologists, Urologists, General Surgeons, FPs, ID, Psychiatrists, IM-Pulm/CC Med., GI, Pediatricians, ENT, OB / GYNs, Neurologist, Endocrin, IM, Radiologist, Hospitalist, EM, Cardiologist, Dermatologist, and Staff Medical Technologists at our hospital/clinic sites located in Harlan, Hazard,
          Soy proteins   

What are soy proteins?

Soy proteins are extracted from soybeans. They contain a very high content of proteins, even higher than that of meat and fish. For this reason they are used as supplement since many years. Soybeans are deprived of the hull and then defatted. From these processes is obtained soy flour, and this can be manipulated to realize two main forms of soy supplements: soy protein isolate and soy protein concentrate.

Soy protein isolate derives from soy flour, which contains soluble and insoluble materials. The insoluble part is extracted, acidified and then centrifuged. This is the most purified form of soy proteins, in fact it has been deprived of fats and carbohydrates, so it in contains about 90% of proteins. For this reason it is possible to reduce bloating caused by legumes. It is particularly used by food industries as additive or emulsifier, to enhance taste and consistence of aliments.

Soy protein concentrate is less pure then the isolate form, in fact it contains about 70% of soy proteins. It derives from soybeans without carbohydrates, so it still contains fibers. It can be found in many products, as cereals for breakfast, meat, pet foods, powder milk.

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Soy proteins benefits

Soy proteins can be very helpful for many reasons. In fact they have a high amount in proteins, but they have no fats and cholesterol. For this reason they can be ingested without increasing the risk of cardiovascular problems, and it seems that they can also help to decrease the levels of cholesterol in blood vessels. This aspect is enhanced by the presence of isoflavones, that can prevent heart diseases, but also other problems, as cancer and cellular damages caused by free radicals.

It seems that soy proteins can be also used to prevent osteoporosis, because isoflavones can reduce the mobilization of calcium from bones.

Soy proteins and foods

Soy proteins are normally present in soybeans. They can also be found in many foods as additive. For example they can be used in many foods as dressings, creams, preparations with meat, baking foods, pet foods and children foods and also in sports supplements whit whey proteins, egg proteins or milk proteins.

Soy proteins properties

Soy proteins are usually considered incomplete in comparison to animals proteins, because they contain many essential amino acids, but they have less methionine, essential to start protein synthesis. This aspect can be opportunely integrated associating cereals or animal proteins, that can provide amino acids less present in soy. Soy protein isolate contains proteins with higher quality in comparison to soy flour or soy protein concentrate. In fact the isolate form is rich of glutamine, arginine and branched-chain amino acids.

An important aspect of soy proteins is that are defatted, so they contain a very low amount of fats, in particular cholesterol, which can be very dangerous for cardiovascular system functioning. Moreover soy proteins are rich in isoflavones, that are antioxidant substances, very helpful to prevent cancer. They also contain phytoestrogens, that can be useful for many reasons, for example in women in menopause or with an excessive hormonal activity, but they can also be dangerous. For this reason there are conflicting opinions on the benefic effects of soy, especially in subjects who suffer for thyroid glands problems.

Soy proteins supplements are also enriched with different minerals, as calcium, iron, magnesium, and vitamins of the B complex. For this reason they can be very useful for athletes, because they consent to enhance protein synthesis, increasing muscle volume.

Soy proteins side effects

Soy proteins can cause allergic reaction is subjects sensitive to this substance. The other side effects can include digestive problems, due to the presence of lectin, and bloating. There are many opinions about the potentially dangerous effects of fhytoestrogens, present in soy proteins. In fact it seems that they can cause thyroid hyperactivity, leading to hyperthyroidism.


          Vitamin B1 thiamine   

Vitamin B1 or thiamine is an essential component, that guarantee the proper functioning of our body. It is useful in particular for nervous, cardiovascular and digestive system, and it should be properly integrated through alimentation or supplements, because its deficiencies can lead to severe problems.

What is Vitamin B1?

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Vitamin B1 is also known as thiamine, but its first name was aneurin. It is so called for the presence of a thiazole and a pyrimidinic rings, linked together by a methylic group. It is a vitamin belonging to the B complex, and it is essential for the human and animal nutrition. Vitamin B is synthesized only by vegetables, bacteria and fungi, so it can be found mostly in vegetables, but also in meat, in form of phosphate.

Vitamin B1 or thiamine in our body it is present in the free form, or esterified as TMP or thiamine monopshosphate, TPP or thiamine pyrophosphate, and TTP or thiamine ttiphosphate. Once ingested, vitamin B1 is present into the lumen of the digestive system in its free form, which can be easily absorbed by intestinal cells through active or passive transport, depending on the amount of the vitamin ingested. Enterocytes are provided of specific enzymes, that can link a phosphate group to thiamine, forming TMP.

Then it is released into the blood vessels bound to serum proteins and it is transported to tissues, in particular to brain, heart, liver, skeletal muscles and kidneys. In tissues the vitamin is phosphorylated by specific enzymes, as thiamine pyrophosphatase and phosphatase. From this reaction is obtained thiamine pyrophosphate, the active form.

Vitamin B1 or thiamine benefits

Vitamin B1 or thiamine is very important for our body, in particular for nervous and cardiovascular systems. It is essential for many functions, for example:

  • Provides energy to the body, using carbohydrates, proteins and fats
  • Improves memory and concentration
  • Helps to relieve symptoms of multiple sclerosis and Bell's palsy
  • Strengthens eye lens, preventing cataracts
  • Reduces problems related to arrhythmias
  • Stimulates digestion
  • Counters free radicals effects, so it helps to prevent wrinkles

Vitamin B1 or thiamine and foods

Vitamin B1 or thiamine can be found in many vegetables in its pure form, but it is contained also in meat and fish, in particular its phosphate. Foods rich in thiamine are:

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  • Spinaches
  • Tuna
  • Lentils
  • Pineapple
  • Carrots
  • Tomatoes
  • Oranges
  • Grapes
  • Lettuce
  • Cabbage
  • Garlic

Vitamin B1 or thiamine properties

Vitamin B1 is a water-soluble vitamin of the B complex. It is essential for many functions of our body, for example:

Energy production: thiamine is a coenzyme, so it is necessary to other enzyme's actions. In fact it stimulates metabolic reactions which lead to gain energy from carbohydrates. In particular it is a part of Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex, a group of enzymes that transforms pyruvate in acetyl-CoA, through decarboxylation. Acetyl-CoA then enters Krebs cycle, activating cellular respiration.

Nervous functions: vitamin B1 enhances the development of myelin coatings, essential for the transmission of impulses. Thiamine is also able to improve cerebral functions, in particular concentration and memory. Moreover it stimulates GABA and acetylcholine neurotransmitters synthesis

Cardiovascular functions: Vitamin B1 or thiamine is essential for the correct transmission of impulses through cardiac cells, so it helps to maintain a regular heartbeat

Digestive system: Vitamin B1 or thiamine enhances digestive acids production, so it promotes the digestion of foods

Antioxidant properties: vitamin B1 is also an antioxidant, so it is important to counter free radicals effects, from wrinkles to severe cellular damages.

Hemoglobin synthesis: thiamine has an important role in the production of hemoglobin, which is essential for the proper functioning of red blood cells

Eye health: vitamins are very helpful to maintain eye health. In particular it seems that thiamine is able to prevent cataracts

Lactic acid reduction into blood and tissues

Stimulates appetite

Vitamin B1 or thiamine side

Vitamin B1 or thiamine can be properly integrated into the body through specific food supplements. They usually are safe, but they can lead to different side effects. These can include in particular difficult breathing, swelling, rash or hives, but the most common effects are nausea, sweating, itching and restless feeling. When it is administered at elevated doses, especially intravenous, it can cause allergic reaction or even anaphylactic shock.


          Magnesium   

Magnesium is a mineral largely present into cells and interstitial fluids in our body. It participates to many essential functions, so if there is a decrease of its amount, can occur many symptoms. For this reason are available specific magnesium supplements, useful to treat possible deficiencies.

What is Magnesium?

Magnesium is a mineral commonly present in our body. It is very important for many functions that occur in cells and tissues, for example for the creation and maintenance of bone's structure, to reach a constant heart rate, and for muscular contraction. For this reason is very important to assume an adequate amount of magnesium, to prevent symptoms and conditions caused by its deficiency, as:

magnesium sports supplements
  • Irritability
  • Muscle cramps
  • Muscle weakness
  • Depression
  • Abdominal cramps
  • Muscle contractions
  • Lack of coordination
  • Seizures
Magnesium deficiency is rarely severe, because usually it can occur in subjects who don't eat ad adequate amount of magnesium. Sever deficiencies instead can occur in case of kidney or digestive failure, because it might lead to the reduction of mineral absorption by intestine, for example in case of Crohn's disease, or can cause an excessive excretion of magnesium through urines. Even protract diarrhea and vomiting can cause the decrease of magnesium.

Magnesium sports supplements

magnesium food supplements magnesium citrate alkalising

Magnesium: endurance runners and walkers benefit from this mineral, which assists with muscle contractions and energy metabolism. Marathon runners may be low in magnesium due to loss during sweating. If you don't get enough magnesium your endurance may be effected, but be cautious! More does not mean better.  Magnesium plays a number of roles in the body, being required for more than 325 enzymatic reactions, including those involved in the synthesis of fat, protein and nucleic acids, neurological activity, muscular contraction and relaxation, cardiac activity and bone metabolismMagnesium citrate is an alkaline Booster may be used daily to increase the alkalinity of any food or drink or as a sports supplement to assist in regaining peak performance by counterbalancing excessive acid production caused by heavy exercise or an acidic lifestyle.

Magnesium benefits

Magnesium is essential for our body. In fact it can help to treat and prevent many conditions. Magnesium benefits can include aspects of different fields. For example it is very helpful for:

Premenstrual syndrome: taking magnesium every day helps to relieve symptoms associated with premenstrual syndrome, as headache, irritability, mood changes, abdominal discomfort

Heartburn: magnesium is used as ingredient of many antacids drugs and natural remedies, because it can dab the acids excess in stomach and esophagus.

Osteoporosis: this condition can occur in particular in middle-aged women, especially after menopause. Magnesium helps to fix calcium into bones, so it makes them stronger

Hypercholesterolemia: this condition occurs when there is an increase of cholesterol into blood, that can cause cardiovascular problems, as atherosclerosis, stroke, angina pectoris. Magnesium helps to reduce the amount of cholesterol in the blood.

Kidney stones: magnesium supplements can prevent the formation of stones into kidneys, and it can be also used with specific drugs to facilitate their removal

Muscle weakness and cramps: magnesium is essential for the correct contraction of muscles. For this reason one of the symptoms of magnesium deficiency includes muscle cramps or weakness, that can be relieved taking supplements. Supplements of magnesium can be necessary in case of different health problems or conditions, for example:

  • While you are taking other drugs, as diuretics or antibiotics, that can decrease magnesium levels
  • Diabetes: hyperglycemia can increase the excretion of magnesium through urines
  • Alcoholics subjects
  • Intestinal malabsorptive diseases
  • Hypokaliemia or hypocalcaemia

Magnesium and food

The daily recommended quantity of magnesium is 300-350 mg. especially in women during pregnancy or breast-feeding can occur a deficiency of this mineral, so can be appropriate to increase the intake through alimentation or supplements.

Foods rich of magnesium are in most cases also rich in fibers, so they include:

  • Spinaches
  • Broccoli
  • Squash
  • Nuts
  • Almonds
  • Beans
  • Peas
  • Chocolate

Also some kinds of water can contain magnesium, in particular "hard" waters.

Magnesium properties

Magnesium is essential for our body for many functions, for example:

  • Nervous impulses transmission
  • Muscular contraction
  • Maintaining normal heart rate
  • Metabolic functions
  • Creation of bone's structure
  • Teeth's health
  • Enzymes activity
  • Protein production
  • Stimulation of other minerals absorption
  • Mood stabilization
  • It is also used as ingredient of many antacids drugs or laxatives.

Magnesium side effect

Magnesium supplements can cause different side effects, which can be common and rarely severe. It has laxative properties, so it can cause diarrhea, and other gastrointestinal problems, as nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. Side effects associated with intravenous supplements can include skin reactions, as rash or flushing, but also slower heartbeats, hypotension, dizziness, nausea and sweating. However people who suffer from kidney failure, bradycardia and myasthenia gravis should not assume magnesium supplements, to prevent serious consequences.


          Clinical Research Associate- Montreal/Quebec - PRA International - Quebec   
Oncology, Hematology, Respiratory, Immunology, Pain, CNS, Infectious Disease, Metabolism, Vaccines, Cardiovascular and any complex study experience....
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          Clinical Research Associate - Eastern Canada - PRA International - Ontario   
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          Clinical Research Associate - Eastern Canada - PRA Health Sciences - Ontario   
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          Clinical Research Associate-Vancouver - PRA International - British Columbia   
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          Clinical Research Associate-Western Canada - PRA Health Sciences - British Columbia   
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          Comment on Insanity Review: Max Cardio Conditioning by hydeouscreature   
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          Man’s Best Friend? New York’s Antiquated Approach to Animal Cruelty Laws   
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          Broadway Dance with Dodge YMCA   

Date: July 3, 2017

Brooklyn resident James Martinelli’s Cardio Dance and Range of Movement workout offers improved strength and increased flexibility.

Set to swinging show tunes, this class is appropriate for anyone who wants a safe, effective, and fun workout. Sneakers are a must.

A few notes:
- Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. before each class.
- Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
- All participants must sign a waiver each morning before participating.

Start time: 10:00 am

End time: 11:00 am

Contact phone:

Location: Pier 2 (in Brooklyn Bridge Park)


          Bryant Park Boot Camp   

Date: July 5, 2017

Join The Rise NYC, a community-driven pop-up fitness group, for a Boot Camp on the Fountain Terrace, on the Sixth Avenue side of the park. Rotations through exercises like crunches, planks, push-ups, burpees, and mountain climbers ensure a mixture of cardio and strength training that will keep you coming back--and seeing results.

No equipment necessary; smiles and high-fives encouraged. Rain or shine.

Start time: 6:30 am

End time: 7:00 am

Contact phone:

Location: Fountain Terrace (in Bryant Park)


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          3-D Printers Are Helping Patients With Irregular Heart Beats   
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          Your heart health is at stake if you haven't completed your education!   

Sydney: The importance of education has been instilled in us by the society, thereby assuring a better and brighter future.

But, who knew that education could also have a role to play in our health? Well, if a study is to be believed, high school dropouts or those with low education are at a higher risk of heart attacks in comparison to those who have completed their studies and hold a university degree.

Researchers say that heart attack risks are doubled for those people who leave school without a school certificate.

"The lower your education, the more likely you are to have a heart attack or a stroke - that's the disturbing but clear finding," said lead researcher Rosemary Korda, research fellow at the Australian National University (ANU).

The study found that in adults aged 45-64 years, heart attack rates more than doubled (nearly 150 per cent higher) among those with no educational qualifications than among people with a university degree.

The risk was around two-thirds (70 per cent) higher among those with intermediate levels of education or non-university qualifications as good education impacts long term health by influencing what type of job you have, where you live and what food choices you make.

Middle-aged adults who had not completed high school were 50 per cent and with non-university qualifications were 20 per cent more likely to have a first stroke than those with a university degree.

A similar pattern of inequality also existed between household income and cardiovascular disease events, Korda said.

The research provides an opportunity to further unpack the specific relationship between educational achievement and cardiovascular disease risk, and what can be done to reduce this risk, the researchers said.

The results were published in the International Journal for Equity in Health.

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          Registered Practical Nurse - Cardio-Respiratory Medicine - St Joseph's Health Centre - Toronto, ON   
4M/E - Cardio-Respiratory Medicine Full Time Must be available for all 3 shifts – days, evenings, nights, and weekends Must be available to work 8-hour & 12 $27.05 - $29.36 an hour
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          Registered Practical Nurse - Cardio-Respiratory Medicine - St Joseph's Health Centre Toronto - Toronto, ON   
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          Did somebody say Poke?!   

Poke (pronounced poh-kay), is a traditional Hawaiian dish that can be best described as “sushi in a bowl”.

 

The traditional Hawaiian poke originally consisted of filleted fish served with traditional condiments such as sea salt, candlenut, seaweed, and limu. However, the present form of poke became popular in the late 1970s - this version uses filleted fish served with Hawaiian sea salt, seaweed, and roasted & ground kukui nut meat. Around 2012, poke took the mainland of the United States by storm!

 

Eat Poke Bro offers a variety of poke bowls ranging from the classic tuna poke bowl (diced tuna, sweet onion, scallion, shoyu, sesame oil, and toasted sesame seed) to the chicken-pineapple poke bowl (Korean BBQ chicken, pineapple, avocado, scallion, and sesame seed).

 

What makes poke a healthy option? According to nutritionist Amy Margulies, “poke is one of the freshest, tastiest, healthiest, new food trends around. You can consume only 4 ounces of poke for just under 150 calories, only 5 grams of fat, and 24 grams of protein.”

 

Did I mention those heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids?? Omega-3s are an ingredient naturally found in fish, which help to protect your heart and reduce the risk of death from heart disease by lowering blood pressure, heart rate and improving other cardiovascular risk factors.**

 

Come see for yourself how amazing our poke truly is! Eat Poke Bro has two beachfront locations now open:

 

The Dunes
4 North End Boardwalk
Ocean Grove, NJ

Open daily from 11am-8pm


191 Beach Front
Manasquan, NJ

Open daily from 11am-5pm

 

Don’t forget to tag us in your pictures and use the #BOWLSOHARD to be featured on our Instagram!

 

 

**If you have a heart condition, please consult your physician. Eating poke is not a substitute for a healthy diet and exercise.

This article was written by Taylor Pastorini (Intern) for Eat Clean Bro, the industry leaders in meal prep serving New Jersey and Metropolitan New York.


          Baylor-Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse-$5 K Sign On Bonus - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
ACLS, ANA, Acute care, Admissions Nurse, Admission Nurse, BLS, BSN, cardio nurse, cardio RN, cardio registered nurse, cardiac nurse, cardiac RN, cardiac...
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          Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
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          Laser Hemorrhoid Removal - Foods To Be Avoided For High Blood Pressure   
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          Receptionist - Cardiovascular Institute of the South - Meridian, MS   
Answer phones, schedule appointments, check-in and check-out patients, call patients on recall list to make appointments, follow-up with no show appointments...
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          Baylor-Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse-$5 K Sign On Bonus - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
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          Full Time Home Health Registered Nurse - Kindred At Home - King, NC   
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          9 Moves To Shrink Your Muffin Top [VIDEO]   
  A question we get at Skinny Mom quite often is “how do women get rid of their muffin top?” Diet is a huge factor. It’s time to put down those sugary drinks (even the diet kind), and replace them with water. Trade in your chips and candy for veggies and fruit. Hit the cardio […]
          Ao sabor do vento?   

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O acompanhamento da profissão de Enfermagem nunca pode ser descurado, tanto na sua dimensão sindical como no âmbito regulador. 
No último ano, os Técnicos de Emergência viram publicados vários enquadramentos legais que prevêem o alargamento das suas competências.
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Dou dois exemplos de iniciativas objectivamente questionáveis e que colocam em causa a segurança da população (em Portugal, de acordo com a Lei, o apoio avançado à vida só por executado por Médicos e Enfermeiros):
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1- O Sindicato dos Técnico de Emergência Pré-Hospitalar (ex-STAE), vai promover a "1ª Edição do Curso de Electrocardiografia no Pré-hospitalar - Avançado".
Quem é a entidade formadora? A AFPS (Associação Formar para Salvar)... liderada por... um Enfermeiro (que já teve um processo na Ordem pela mesma prática)!!
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2 - Foi publicado, no dia 22/2, o Regulamento n.º 102/2017 no Diário da República n.º 38/2017, o plano de estudos do "Curso de carreira de Paramédico", orientado por uma Organização Não Governamental. 
Nesse plano, podemos constatar que, existe até, um extenso capítulo denominado "Enfermagem em emergência médica e cuidados intensivos". Uma conclusão e dois receios:
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a) Manifestamente, os paramédicos são uma espécie de mini-enfermeiros circunscritos a uma área específica;
b) Este tipo de iniciativas serve de barometrização antecipatória do rumo dos acontecimentos (Ordem dos Enfermeiros... onde está?!) 
c) É legalmente dúbio o uso do termo "Enfermagem" afecto a um curso profissional!

          Clinical Research Associate- Montreal/Quebec - PRA International - Quebec   
Oncology, Hematology, Respiratory, Immunology, Pain, CNS, Infectious Disease, Metabolism, Vaccines, Cardiovascular and any complex study experience....
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          Clinical Research Associate - Eastern Canada - PRA International - Ontario   
Oncology, Hematology, Respiratory, Immunology, Cardiovascular, Pain, CNS, Infectious Disease, Metabolism, Vaccines....
From PRA International - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 23:11:55 GMT - View all Ontario jobs
          Clinical Research Associate - Eastern Canada - PRA Health Sciences - Ontario   
Oncology, Hematology, Respiratory, Immunology, Cardiovascular, Pain, CNS, Infectious Disease, Metabolism, Vaccines....
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          Clinical Research Associate-Vancouver - PRA International - British Columbia   
Oncology, Hematology, Respiratory, Immunology, Pain, CNS, Infectious Disease, Metabolism, Vaccines, Cardiovascular and any complex study experience....
From PRA International - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 20:04:57 GMT - View all British Columbia jobs
          Clinical Research Associate-Western Canada - PRA Health Sciences - British Columbia   
Oncology, Hematology, Respiratory, Immunology, Pain, CNS, Infectious Disease, Metabolism, Vaccines, Cardiovascular and any complex study experience....
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          One Word Substitution with Meaning for SSC CGL and Other Competitive Exams   
One Word Substitution with Meaning for SSC CGL and Other Competitive Exams1. Audience – a number of people listening to a lecture  
2. Altruist – one, who considers the happiness and well-being of others first
3. Atheist – a person who does not believe in God
4. Anthropologist – one, who studies the evolution of mankind
5. Autocracy – government by one person
6. Autobiography – the life history of a person written by himself
7. Amputate – to cut off a part of a person's body which is infected
8. Arsenal – a place for ammunition and weapons
9. Archives – a place where government or public records are kept
10. Amateur – a man who does a thing for pleasure and not as a profession
11. Aristocracy – government by the nobles
12. Aquatic – animals/plants ere which live in water
13. Amphibian – animals which live both on land and sea
14. Ambidexter – one, who can use either hand with ease
15. Alimony – allowance paid to wife on legal separation
16. Anthology – a collection of poems
17. Abdication – voluntary giving up of throne in favour of someone
18. Arbitrator – a person, appointed by two parties to solve a dispute
19. Astronomer – a person, who studies stars, planets and other heavenly bodies
20. Astrologer – a person who studies the influence of heavenly bodies on human beings
21. Anthology – a collection of poems
22. Axiom – a statement which is accepted as true without proof
23. Agenda – a list of headings of the business to be transacted at a meeting
24. Anarchist – one, who is out to destroy all governance, law and order
25. Almanac – an annual calender with positions of stars
26. Bigamy – the practice of having two wives or husbands at a time
27. Bibliophile – a lover and collector of books
28. Bouquet – a collection of flowers
29. Bureaucracy – government by the officials
30. Belligerent – a person, nation that is involved in war
31. Biennial – an event which happens once in two years
32. Blasphemy – the act of speaking disrespectfully about sacred things
33. Creche – a nursery where children are cared for while their parents are at work
34. Cosmopolitan – a person who regards whole world as his country
35. Chauffeur – one, who is employed to drive a motor car
36. Curator – a person incharge of a museum
37. Carnivorous – one, who lives on flesh
38. Cannibal – one, who feeds on human flesh
39. Contemporaries – belonging to or living at the same time
40. Cloak room – a place for luggage at railway station
41. Cynosure – centre of attraction
42. Connoisseur – a critical judge of any art and craft
43. Crusade – a religious war
44. Choreographer – one, who teaches dancing
45. Cacographist – a person, who is bad in spellings
46. Calligraphist – a person, who writes beautiful handwriting
47. Cynic – one, who sneers at the aims and beliefs of his fellow men
48. Convalescent – one, who is recovering health
49. Cavalry – soldiers, who fight on horse back
50. Cardiologist – a person, who is specialist in heart diseases
51. Cartographer – one, who draws maps
52. Dormitory – the sleeping rooms with several beds especially in a college or institution
53. Drawn – a game that results neither in victory nor in defeat
54. Elegy – a poem of lamentation
55. Epitaph – words which are inscribed on the grave or the tomb in the memory of the buried
56. Ephemeral – lasting one day
57. Effeminate – a person who is womanish
58. Emigrant – a person who leaves his own country and goes to live in another
59. Edible – fit to be eaten
60. Egotism – practice of talking too much about oneself
61. Encyclopaedia – a book that contains information on various subjects
62. Epicure – one, who is devoted to the pleasure of eating and drinking
63. Florist – one, who deals-in flowers
64. Fastidious – one, who is very -selective in one's taste
65. Fanatic or Bigot – one, who is filled with excessive and mistaken enthusiasm in religious matters
66. Fatal – causing death
67. Fatalist – one, who believes in fate
68. Facsimile – an exact copy of handwriting, printing etc
69. Fauna – the animals of a certain region
70. Flora – the plants of a particular region
71. Fratricide – murder of brother
72. Fugitive – one, who runs away from justice or the law
73. Fragile – easily broken
74. Feminist – one, who works for the welfare of the women
75. Granary – a place for grains
76. Genocide – murder of race
77. Gregarious – animals which live in flocks
78. Hangar – a place for housing aeroplanes
79. Hive – a place for bees
80. Horticulture – the art of cultivating and managing gardens
81. Homicide – murder of man
82. Hearse – a vehicle which is used to carry a dead body
83. Hedonist – one, who believes that pleasure is the chief good (sensual)
84. Horizon – a line at which the earth and the sky seem to meet
85. Honorary – holding office without any remuneration
86. Heretic – one, who acts against religion
87. Herbivorous – one, who lives on herbs
88. Insolvent/Bankrupt – a person who is unable to pay his debts
89. Inaudible – a sound that cannot be heard
90. Inaccessible – that cannot be easily approached
91. Incorrigible – incapable of being corrected
92. Irreparable – incapable of being repaired
93. Illegible – incapable of being read
94. Inevitable – incapable of being avoided
95. Impracticable – incapable of being practised
96. Immigrant – a person who comes to one country from another in order to settle there
97. Invincible – one, too strong to be overcome
98. Indelible – that cannot be erased
99. Incognito – travelling under another name than one's own
100. Indefatigable – one, who does not tire easily
101. Infallible – one, who is free from all mistakes and failures
102. Invigilator – one, who supervises in the examination hall
103. Itinerant – one, who journeys from place to place
104. Infirmary – a home or room used for ill or injured people
105. Infanticide – murder of an infant
106. Infantry – soldiers, who fight on foot
107. Inflammable – liable to catch fire easily
108. Interregnum – a period of interval between two reigns or governments
109. Kennel – a place for dogs
110. Lunatic asylum – a home for lunatics
111. Lexicographer – one, who compiles a dictionary
112. Loquacious – one, who talks continuously
113. Linguist – one, who is skilled in foreign languages
114. Lapidist – one, who cuts precious stones
115. Misanthrope – a hater of mankind
116. Misogamist – one, who hates marriage
117. Mortuary – a place, where dead bodies are kept for post mortem
118. Mercenery – working only for the sake of money
119. Matricide – murder of mother
120. Martyr – one, who dies for a noble cause
121. Maiden speech – the first speech delivered by a person
122. Mint – a place where coins are made
123. Misogynist – a hater of womankind
124. Morgue – a place, where dead bodies are kept for identification
125. Mammals – animals which give milk
126. Monogamy – the practice of marrying one at a time
127. Missionary – a person, who is sent to propagate religion
128. Numismatics – the study of coins
129. Namesake – a person having same name as another
130. Nostalgia – a strong desire to return home, home sickness
131. Novice or Tyro – one, new to anything, inexperienced
132. Narcotic – a medicine for producing sleep
133. Optimist – a person who looks at the brighter side of things
134. Orphan – one, who has lost parents
135. Omnipresent – one, who is present everywhere
136. Omnipotent – one, who is all powerful
137. Omniscient – one, who knows everything
138. Opaque – that which cannot be seen through
139. Obituary – an account in the newspaper of the funeral of the one deceased
140. Orphanage – a home for orphans
141. Obstetrician – one, who is skilled in midwifery
142. Ostler – one, who looks after horses at an inn
143. Omnivorous – one, who eats everything
144. Pessimist – a person who looks at the darker side of things
145. Potable – fit to drink
146. Post mortem – an examination of dead body
147. Philanthropist – a lover of mankind
148. Patricide – murder of father
149. Philatelist – one, who collects stamps
150. Plagiarism – literary theft or passing off an author's original work as one's own
151. Polygamy – the practice of marrying more than one wife at a time
152. Polyandry – the practice of marrying more than one husband at a time
153. Philogynist – a lover of womankind
154. Plebiscite – (a decision made by) votes of all qualified citizens
155. Philanderer – one, who amuses himself by love making
156. Philistine – one who does not care for art and literature
157. Plutocracy – government by the rich
158. Pseudonym – an imaginary name assumed by an author for disguise
159. Posthumous – a child born after the death of his father or the book published after the death of the writer
160. Panacea – a remedy for all diseases
161. Paediatrician – a person, who is specialist in child diseases
162. Platitude – ordinary remarks often repeated
163. Pedant – one, who makes a vain display of his knowledge
164. Polyglot – one, who speaks many languages
165. Paleography – the study of ancient writing
166. Posse – a number of policemen called to quell a riot
167. Parole – pledge given by a prisoner for temporary release, not to escape
168. Pedestrian – one, who goes on foot
169. Portable – that can be carried easily
170. Quarantine – an act of separation from other persons to avoid infection
171. Rhetoric – the art of elegant speech or writing
172. Regicide – murder of King or Queen
173. Sacrilege – violating or profaning religious things/places
174. Sculptor – one, who cuts in stones
175. Suicide – murder of oneself
176. Stable – a place for horses
177. Somnambulist – a person, who walks in sleep
178. Somniloquist – a person, who talks in sleep
179. Souvenir – a thing kept as a reminder of a person, place or event
180. Swan song – the last work (literary) of a writer
181. Sot, Toper – one, who is a habitual drunkard
182. Sinecure – a job with high salary but little responsibility
183. Stoic – a person, who is indifferent to pleasure and pain and has control over his passions
184. Sanatorium – a place for the sick to recover health
185. Sororicide – murder of sister
186. Triennial – an event which happens once in three years
187. Truant – a person/student who absents himself from class or duty without permission
188. Teetotaller – one, who does not take any intoxicating drink
189. Transparent – that which can be seen through
190. Theocracy – government by religious principles
191. Uxorious – one extremely fond of one's wife
192. Utopia – an imaginary perfect social and political system
193. Uxoricide – murder of wife
194. Verbatim – repetition of speech or writing word for word
195. Volunteer – one, who offers one's services
196. Virgin – a woman who has no sexual experience
197. Versatile – interested in and clever at many different things
198. Veteran – one, who has a long experience of any occupation
199. Venial – a fault that may be forgiven
200. Wardrobe – a place for clothes 



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          LESIONES DE LA CAVIDAD BUCAL   


Cáncer
La lesión más importante de la cavidad bucal, que debe pasar inadvertida en un examen sistemático, es el cáncer. Puede producirse en cualquier zona de la boca, pero generalmente respeta el dorso de la lengua por delante de las papilas circunvalares. Sus lugares de elección son los lados y la superficie inferior de la lengua, su base, el suelo de la boca, los bordes alveolares y la mucosa bucal. Cualquier ulceración debe sospechar el cáncer, mientras no se demuestre lo contrario por biopsia o por un breve periodo de observación cuidadosa.


Cáncer de lengua.

El cáncer de lengua es tal vez el tumor maligno que más altera la calidad de vida del paciente. Por ser la lengua un órgano muy inervado, cuando el tumor crece produce dolores muy intensos, al punto de no poder tragar ni la propia saliva, la que se escurre por las comisuras. Además de no poder alimentarse, el dolor hace insoportable la deglución, lo mismo que el habla. Posteriormente se presentan infecciones, debido al medio séptico de la boca, lo cual, además de la gran dificultad que hay para hacer una adecuada higiene oral, conllevan un mal olor insoportable, no sólo para el mismo paciente, sino para las personas a su alrededor.
El sitio en que con mayor frecuencia se presenta el cáncer de lengua es en los dos tercios anteriores, seguido por el borde lateral del tercio medio. Los siguientes en frecuencia son los de la base y por último los situados por debajo de la punta de la lengua.
Los signos y síntomas más importantes pueden ser:
1. Dolor
2. Infiltración indurada.
3. Tumor vegetante.
4. Odinofagia.
5. Odino disfagia.
6. Otalgia.
Los carcinomas de los dos tercios anteriores de la lengua son, casi siempre, de tipo escamocelular bien diferenciados.
Son menos frecuentes los mal diferenciados de células transicionales, pero cuando se presentan son de peor pronóstico y desarrollan metástasis más rápidamente
La diseminación linfática se realiza principalmente a los ganglios digástricos y submaxilares, aunque pueden saltar estaciones ganglionares dando metástasis en el tercio medio yugular. Entre el 25% y 35% de los pacientes se presentan a la consulta con ganglios clínicamente positivos y 5% son bilaterales.
La estatificación generalmente es reconocida como un factor fundamental en el pronóstico de los pacientes. En el caso de los carcinomas de lengua esto es realmente importante ya que los T4 tienen un pronóstico pésimo y el tratamiento es, casi siempre, muy mutilante llegándose con frecuencia a glosectomía total con el consiguiente deterioro de la calidad de vida para el paciente.
Los carcinomas del piso de la boca son, como regla general, menos diferenciados que los de la lengua. Son, prácticamente todos, escamocelulares y queratinizados.
Clínicamente, se presentan inicialmente como una pequeña úlcera limpia, de base áspera, de bordes elevados, infiltrados y duros. En un principio se aprecia pequeña invasión subyacente y posteriormente la induración se hace profunda, dentro de la lengua o el piso de la boca.
Otro tipo clínico es el papilomatoso o proliférativo. Es histológicamente menos diferenciado. Se presenta generalmente en la punta de la lengua y muy ocasionalmente, en el piso de la boca. Tiene marcada hiperqueratinización, invade tardíamente los músculos y los linfáticos; el pronóstico es mejor que en los tipos anteriores. El tipo infiltrante presenta histológicamente menos diferenciación, crece más rápidamente, produce invasión linfática y por lo tanto metástasis cervicales más tempranas. El carcinoma no ulcerado es el menos frecuente; casi siempre se presenta en la base de la lengua o en los bordes laterales.


Cáncer de labio
Se observa sobre todo en los varones después de los 50 años. Aparece con interrupción superficial de la mucosa a nivel de la unión mucocutánea, o como excrecencia verrugosa. Puede tener aspecto fungoso, pero generalmente se difunde como ulcera indurada indolora. Las metástasis son tardías. Las lesiones situadas en el centro de los labios suelen invadir los ganglios submentonianos y las situadas en los lados se difunden primero a los ganglios submaxilares. El labio inferior es afectado con mas frecuencia que el superior.






LeucoplasiaEs un término utilizado para ciertas lesiones bucales que presentan histológicamente algunas disqueratosis, como papilomatosis, hiperqueratosis, acantosis cuya característica principal es ser una placa blanquecina que normalmente no puede desprenderse por raspado, forma parte del epitelio, y está en crecimiento.
Es blanca porque es un engrosamiento epitelial con hiperproducción de queratina. Es una lesión delimitada y asociada a factores que la provocan, sobre todo el tabaco, dejando el consumo puede llegar a remitir. También puede aparecer en zonas no queratinizadas, suelo bucal, lengua, por lo cual se recomienda hacer siempre biopsia, es complejo saber si una lesión es cáncer o leucoplasia a simple vista. Tiene una mayor prevalencia en varones entre 40-70 años.








Lesiones benignas de la lengua
Es mucho lo que cabe descubrir con una inspección cuidadosa de la lengua. Su humedad es indicación de buena hidratación, siempre que el paciente no respire por la boca.Se observan cambios característicos como la arriboflavinosis, las papilas están aplanadas y la lengua tiene aspecto de cuero y color pardo rojizo oscuro.


En la pelagra, el epitelio de la lengua se ulcera superficialmente y deja una superficie cruenta dolorosa. Una lengua ulcerada recubierta de placas blanquecinas, que permiten descubrir monilias con frótis directos. Es una complicación de una terapéutica antibiótica prolongada intensa. También se ha visto como complicación de los pacientes emaciados con deficiencias de vitamina B.

Las fisuras horizontales de la lengua son lesiones congénitas sin significado clínico, pero las fisuras longitudinales son características de la sífilis
Las ulceras benignas de la lengua provienen de traumatismos, irritacion por dientes enfermos o mellados, dentaduras mal adaptadas e inflamadas, son dolorosas y superficiales.
La tuberculosis produce una lesión superficial muy dolorosa de la lengua. Casi invariablemente se acompaña de tuberculosis pulmonar activa.

Lesiones benignas de labios dientes y mucosa
Herpes labial
Es una infección de los labios, la boca o las encías debido al virus del herpes simple. Esta infección lleva al desarrollo de ampollas pequeñas y dolorosas comúnmente llamadas calenturas o herpes febril.

Esta lesión aguda, de curso rápido, aparece en forma de una placa dolorosa elevada de color rojo, redondeada con costras a nivel de la mucosa del labio. Su breve duracion y la ausencia de ulceración e induración le caracterizan como herpes labial común.

Chancros.
Infección bacteriana causada por un organismo llamado Haemophilus ducreyi. Es una lesión primaria de la sífilis, indolora, que aparece en el lugar de entrada de la infección. Se presenta como una pápula pequeña o como una erosión, y se convierte en una lesión redondeada u oval, endurecida y ligeramente elevada con una superficie erosionada que exuda un líquido seroso y da lugar a una linfadenopatía regional firme no dolorosa y sin fluctuación (bubo) que cura sin dejar señales.





Epulis.

Se trata de tumor nodular característico, de color pardo rojizo que aparece en la parte externa del borde alveolar. Es de consistencia firme, no doloroso a la palpación. Generalmente de origen inflamatorio, en ocasiones puede constituir una verdadera neoplasia.

Dientes de Hutchinson
Son manifestaciones de la sífilis congénita. Los incisivos superiores centrales están afectados, la base de cada diente es ancha y la superficie es estrecha y dentada.








Quistes epiteliales
Suelen observarse en el suelo de la boca. Los quistes se deben palpar con todo cuidado utilizando las dos manos. Los quistes del conducto tirogloso hacen prominencia en el suelo de la boca y se identifican por su extensión hacia abajo, en dirección del cuello.








Lesiones de la orofaringe
Amígdalas
La simple presencia de una amígdala aumentada de volumen no es anormal. Las criptas amigdalinas pueden contener detritus, pero ello por si solo carece de significación.


Amigdalitis aguda
Tiene varias formas de repetición: hipertrofia de amígdalas palatinas, amigdalitis de repetición, y amigdalitis caseosa. Los gérmenes se acantonan en las criptas y dan lugar a la clínica:

Anorexia
Astenia
Disfagia discreta
Febrícula
Ganglios que no disminuyen hasta un tamaño normal
Posible infección a distancia
Amigdalitis crónica
Además de mal sabor de boca y alteraciones del gusto, la amigdalitis crónica supone un foco de infección que puede causar inapetencia, somnolencia y accesos de fiebre ocasional a lo largo de toda la vida. Las alas de la nariz se ven ensanchadas y el paciente tiende a tener la boca abierta. Las crisis repetidas de amigdalitis agudas ocasionan cicatriz y deformación de las amígdalas, muchas veces con acumulación de detritus y exudados en las criptas. Si hay infección amígdala crónica intensa, los ganglios cervicales locales están aumentados de volumen y palpables.



Abscesos periamigdalinos.

En estos el paciente tiene dificultad para abrir la boca La zona amigdalar esta intensamente edematosa e hinchada. La amígdala afectada parece desplazada hacia el lado opuesto.





Tuberculosis amigdalar
Las amígdalas son asiento primario de tuberculosis cervical. Puede haber pocos cambios en el aspecto de la amígdala o hallarse deformada o hipertrofiada. Los linfomas pueden invadir la amígdala, produciendo una hipertrofia de superficie lisa.




Absceso retrofaríngeo
El paciente suele ser niño. Aparece como una protrusión de la pared faríngea posterior. Debe palparse cualquier proceso inflamatorio sospechoso de esta zona. Las neoplasias retro faríngeas suelen producir inflamación a este nivel.





Tumor de Warthin.
Es una lesión benigna de la parótida. Es de crecimiento lento, rara vez llega a ser mayor de 1 a 2 centímetros, y suele poder moverse libremente . Las áreas quísticas pueden llegar a adherirse a la piel.. Puede curarse por escisión local veces no puede distinguirse de un tumor mixto, pero la fijeza y la dureza petrea indican carcinoma. La parálisis del séptimo par constituye excelente signo diagnostico, ya que se observa en el cáncer y es rara en los tumores pleomorfosamplia y no requiere parotidectomía superficial.





Cáncer de la parótida



Glándula submaxilarEstá situada en la parte lateral de la región suprahioidea. Se halla contenida en una celda osteofibrosa. En su origen está en relación por dentro con el hiogloso y por fuera con el milohioideo.
Es una glándula mixta, constituida por acinos serosos como la glándula parótida y acinos mucosos separados por tejido conjuntivo. Su secreción se vierte por conductos excretores. Está irrigada por las arteriasprocedentes del facial y de la submentoniana, donde desembocan también las venas.
Está formada por una gran porción superficial y por una porción profunda más pequeña. Está protegida o recubierta por el compartimento submaxilar.
El conducto submaxilar (de Wharton) tiene una longitud aproximada de 5 cm, y su pared es mucho más delgada que la del conducto parotideo. Se forma en la zona media de la porción profunda de la glándula, se introduce entre la glandula sublingual y el geniogloso, y desemboca en el suelo de la boca a través de un orificio estrecho situado en el vértice de la papila sublingual que está localizada lateralmente al frenillo de lalengua.
SI se seca el suelo de la boca con una torunda de algodón y se estimula la lengua con un poco de sumo de limón, puede verse salir saliva por el conducto. Si no se logra dicha salida por este medio indica obstrucción. Esa glándula , cuando esta aumentada de tamaño es fácil de delimitar por palpación.


Cuello Los exámenes de cabeza y cuello deben completarse siempre dada la frecuencia con la que alguitas lesiones de cabeza, cara o cavidad bucal afectan a los ganglios linfáticos cervicales.
Se requiere destreza para examinar el cuello, pues músculos, capas aponeuróticas, y estructuras cartilaginosas u oseas enmascaran signos físicos, y ellos mismos resultan de confundir procesos patológicos.
Inspección
Se empieza a examinar el cuello en busca de asimetría, hinchazón, pulsaciones, fistulas o limitaciones de movimientos. Si se extiende el cuello, sometiendo así a tensión el musculo esternocleidomastoideo, el hueso hioides con sus hastas mayores, el cartílago tiroides, la tráquea, la clavícula y las pulsaciones del bulbo carotideo y tercera porción de la arteria subclavia.




Palpación

La palpación se lleva a cabo desde el frente o desde atrás del paciente, lo importante es que ambos lados deben ser palpados y comparados. La cabeza debe inclinarse levemente hacia delante para relajar los tejidos blandos.






La palpación en busca de adenopatías debe ser sistemática y se recomienda seguir un orden: desde los linfonodos submentonianos hacia los submandibulares, luego a lo largo de esternocleidomastoideo hasta el espacio supraclavicular, y desde ahí siguiendo el curso del nervio accesorio terminando en los grupos retroauricular y preauricular.

La palpación de la glándula tiroides se realiza desde atrás del enfermo, con los pulgares afirmados debajo de la nuca y los dedos restantes sobre la región tiroidea en la cara anterior del cuello. Es útil ubicar la posición del cartílago cricoides, ya que inmediatamente bajo él se encuentra el istmo tiroideo. En esta posición se indica al enfermo que degluta mientras se intenta delimitar los lóbulos tiroideos. La glándula asciende con los movimientos deglutorios.

Finalmente debe palparse la tráquea, evaluar su movilidad en sentido lateral y su ubicación en la línea media (descartar desplazamientos).

Auscultación Puede llevarse a cabo la auscultación cuidadosa sobre las arterias subclavias, carótida externa y carótida interna. El soplo escuchado tanto sobre la arteria subclavia como sobre la carótida primitiva suele ser transmitido desde una válvula aortica estenótica. El soplo aislado sobre una sola arteria indica estenosis localizada.


Ganglios linfáticos cervicales
Si el examinador encuentra un ganglio o un grupo de ganglios cervicales aumentados de volumen se deben tener en cuenta las siguientes incógnitas.
1 .¿Se trata de un ganglio linfático infartado o es una estructura normal.?
Son fuentes comunes de error las hastas mayores de los huesos hioides y la placa arterioescleróticas a nivel de la bifurcación de la carótida primitiva; pueden excluirse fácilmente con experiencia y cuidado.
2 .¿Cuales son las características físicas del ganglio o ganglios en cuestión?
El volumen, la consistencia, y los limites de los ganglios linfáticos tienen hipertrofiados tienen gran importancia diagnostica.
Mediante estos podemos diagnosticar diversas enfermedades como: un cáncer metastásico , la enfermedad de Hodking, la tuberculosis, infecciones piógenas agudas, fluctuación pediculosis, entre otras.
3. ¿Donde se halla la lesión primaria?
Esta es muy importante porque nos permite sospechar el probable origen primario.
4.¿ Que debe hacerse si no se descubre el foco primario?
La nasofaringe y los senos nasales deben examinarse mediante endoscopia, examen con espejo y radiografía. Una pequeña neoplasia asintomática de estas regiones puede producir amplias metástasis cervicales.
Nos permite sospechar también el origen primario. Pueden inculpar al tiroides incluso cuando parece normal a la palpación. Si la biopsia indica cáncer metastásico , pero no indica su origen, está indicado proceder a exámenes repetidos de todos los posibles focos de origen.
Glándulas tiroides


El tiroides normal suele ser palpable, en personas delgadas, a cada lado de la tráquea, como masa firme y lisa que se eleva con los movimientos de deglución;
en personas obesas o de cuello corto quizás no se perciba.
Cuando se observa un aumento de de volumen del tiroides, hay que determinar su forma, extensión, consistencia y vascularización. El examinador debe colocarse detrás del paciente y hace lo posible para identificar la tráquea en busca de un posible desplazamiento de la misma, luego delinea el tiroides con los dedos y, cuando se deglute hace que la glándula se deslice entre los dedos para comparar los dos lados.
Se buscaran anormalidades y thrilles. Si no se puede percibir el polo inferior, probablemente sea retrosternal . La percusión de la zona de matidez retrosternal puede confirmar fácilmente esta impresión.
El examinador se coloca ahora en frente del paciente. Puede palpar los vasos del polo superior y estimar el grado de vascularización colocando el pulgar debajo del borde anterior y otro dedo detrás del borde posterior del musculo esternocleidomastoideo. Puede ponerse el lóbulo de relieve y estimarse su superficie y consistencia desplazando la tráquea hacia un lado mediante el pulgar de la otra mano.

Lesiones del tiroideEl bocio es el aumento de tamaño de la glandulas tiroides. Se traduce externamente por una tumoración en la parte antero-inferior del cuello justo debajo de la faringe. Existen varios tipos desde el punto de vista morfológico: bocio difuso, uninodular o multinodular. Según su tamaño se divide en los siguientes estados:

Estado 1: detectable a la palpación.
Estado 2: bocio palpable y visible con el cuello en hiperextensión.
Estado 3: visible con el cuello en posición normal.
Estado 4: bocio visible a distancia.El bocio puede asociarse a una función tiroidea normal (bocio normofuncionante), hipofunción, hiperfunción. Si el examen se efectúa en la forma descrita, resulta relativamente fácil descubrir la hinchazón quística difusa de un bocio coloide, el nódulo aislado duro de un adenoma solitario, la glándula nodular irregular de un bocio adenomatoso , y la hipertrofia vascular blanda de la enfermedad de Graves- Basedow clásica.






Hipertiroidismo
Los signos del hipertiroidismo pueden ser tan manifiestos que resultan evidentes, o hallarse tan enmascarados que escapen a la atención de quienes no sean clínicos muy experimentados. El signo principal del hipertiroidismo es el aumento de vascularización. Son clásicos el thirill palpable y el soplo audible.
La exoftalmia es un signo eventual. Generalmente bilateral, puede ser monolateral . Los diversos signos especiales asociados con exoftalmos dependen de la posición anormal del globo ocular, pero no indica hipertiroidismo.






Signos oculares asociados con exoftalmos
1caida del parpad (signo de Von Graefe)
2falta de convergencia (signo de Moebius)
3Retraccion del parpado superior (signo de Stellwag)
4falta de funcionamiento de la frente (signo de Joffroy)


Hipertiroidismo latente.
El hipertiroidismo ligero puede simular enfermedades cardiacas, anemias, neurastenia y tuberculosis. De hecho, en todos los casos de cardiopatías o tuberculosis hay que excluir específicamente el hipertiroidismo como trastorno concomitante potencial.
Tiroiditis.
Por examen físico pueden reconocerse cuatro tipos diferentes:
Tiroiditis aguda
Se debe a la infección de la glándula por un germen, que ocasiona un absceso en la zona de la glándula. Esta puede ser secundaria a una inflamación de boca, amígdalas o nódulos linfáticos cervicales. Las manifestaciones son fiebre, hipersensibilidad sobre la glándula y, raramente supuración. Pueden afectar las tiroides tuberculosis o infección por hongos.




Tiroiditis subaguda no especifica
Se observa más frecuente en mujeres. El principio es súbito, con dolor en garganta, cuello y glándulas tiroides. La temperatura puede elevarse hasta 40 ó 50 grados. Esta aumentada de volumen, dura y muy dolorosa a la o palpación, sobre todo en las primeras etapas.



Bocio de Riedel.
El comienzo es insidioso; sus primeros síntomas son compresión traqueal progresiva. La glándula esta sustituida por tejido doloroso, denso y duro, que suele causar hipertrofia irregular. Puede requerirse operación para aliviar la compresión traqueal y excluir el cáncer.





Bocio de Hashimoto

Es una hinchazón (inflamación) de la glándula tiroides que frecuentemente ocasiona disminución en la función tiroidea (hipotiroidismo).
La tiroiditis crónica o enfermedad de Hashimoto es un trastorno de la glándula tiroides común que puede ocurrir a cualquier edad, pero que se observa con mayor frecuencia en mujeres de mediana edad. Esta enfermedad es ocasionada por una reacción del sistema inmunitario contra la glándula tiroides.
La enfermedad comienza lentamente y pueden pasar meses o incluso años para detectarla. La tiroiditis crónica es más común en mujeres y en personas con antecedentes familiares de enfermedad de la tiroides. Afecta entre el 0.1 y el 5% de todos los adultos en los países del hemisferio occidental.
La enfermedad de Hashimoto en raras ocasiones puede estar asociada con otros trastornos endocrinos ocasionados por el sistema inmunitario. Esta enfermedad puede presentarse con insuficiencia suprarrenal y diabetes tipo 1. En estos casos, la afección se denomina síndrome autoinmunitario poliglandular tipo 2 (PGAII, por sus siglas en inglés).
Con menor frecuencia, la enfermedad de Hashimoto se presenta como parte de una afección llamada síndrome autoinmunitario poliglandular tipo 1 (PGA I), junto con:

Insuficiencia suprarrenal Infecciones micóticas de la boca y las uñas
Hipoparatiroidismo
El padecimiento responde a la administración de hormonas tiroideas , pero puede requerir operación.

Cáncer de tiroides

Agrupa a un pequeño número de tumores malignos de la glándula tiroides, que es la malignidad más común del sistema endocrino. Por lo general, los tumores malignos de la tiroides tienen su origen en el epitelio folicular de la glándula y son clasificados de acuerdo a sus características histológicas.
Los tumores diferenciados, como el carcinoma papilar o el carcinoma folicular, generalmente tienen buen pronóstico y son curables en casi todos los casos si son detectados en etapas tempranas.
Los tumores no diferenciados, como es el carcinoma anaplásico el cual tiende a cursar con un peor pronóstico, tiene muy poca respuesta al tratamiento y tiene un comportamiento muy agresivo.


El carcinoma papilar es de crecimiento lento. Puede afectar nódulos regionales, pero las metástasis distantes son raras.
El carcinoma folicular puede parecer se al carcinoma papilar en la exploración física, pero tiende a dar metástasis por vía sanguínea.
El carcinoma medular Las metástasis a nódulos linfáticos son frecuentes y a menuda extensas. Sin embargo es común la supervivencia a largo plazo después de tiroidectomía radical y disección en cuello. Puede haber feocromacitoma acompañante e hiperparatiroidismo(síndrome de sipple).
Lesiones congénitas
Conocer la derivación embriológica de los quistes y senos del cuello ayuda considerablemente a identificarlos.
Quistes del conducto tiroglosos
Es un quiste fibroso que se forma de manera persistente en el conducto tirogloso usualmente el medio del cuello, doloroso a la palpación, en especial si llega a infectarse. Puede causar dificultades para respirar, para tragar y malestar abdominal, especialmente si la masa se torna grande.
Las ubicaciones más frecuentes del quiste tirogloso es la línea media o levemente a un lado de la línea media, entre el istmo de la glándula tiroides y el hueso hioides o justo por encima del hioides. Un quiste tirogloso puede desarrollarse en cualquier punto a lo largo del conducto tirogloso, aunque los quistes en la lengua o el piso de la boca son poco frecuentes. Un quiste en el conducto tirogloso puede moverse hacia arriba al protruir la lengua.
Los quistes tiroglosos están asociados a un aumentado riesgo de tejido tiroideo ectópico. Ocasionalmente un tiroide lingual puede verse en la lengua como una masa aplanada de forma de fresa en la base de la lengua.
Raramente, la persistencia del conducto tirogloso puede volversemaligno, recibiendo el nombre de carcinoma del conducto tirogloso.

Quistes y fistulas de origen branquial
Estos siempre están localizados por delante del musculo esternocleidomastoideo, aproximadamente a nivel de la bifurcación de carotidea. Su oposición se establece uniendo el tercio superior con el tercio medio del borde anterior del musculo esternocleidomastoideo.
Es común la infección secundaria y pueden aparecer los signos de la inflamación con aumento brusco del volumen del tumor. En ocasiones el único signo de esta anomalía congénita es una pequeña fistula.




INFECCIONES DE CABEZA Y CUELLO


Absceso alveolar agudo
La infección originada en la raíz de un diente puede difundirse al carrillo o al suelo de la boca, produciendo hinchazón masiva con enrojecimiento, edema y tensión dolorosa de los maxilares superior e inferior. El paciente difícilmente abra la boca.
La infección puede abrirse paso a través del suelo de la boca, produciendo infección cervical profunda. El absceso debe evacuarse a través de una incisión a lo largo del borde gingival. El diente enfermo debe extraerse.




Angina de Vincent
La angina de Vincent o gingivitis ulcerativa/ulcerosa necrotizante es una infección polimicrobial de las encías y las papilas interdentales, que produce inflamación, sangramiento y tejido ulceroso y necrótico acompañado por fiebre, amigdalitis y halitosis . El término, también conocido como angina de Plaut-Vincent recibe el nombre de boca de trinchera probablemente por razón de los soldados de la Primera Guerra Mundial quienes frecuentemente padecían del trastorno. Los ganglios linfáticos pueden estar inflamados, pero raramente supuran. Aparece en el adulto joven antes de los años.
Infecciones del labio superior
El tejido laxo del labio superior es importante asiento de infección. La expresión o el traumatismo inferidos a un furúnculo a este nivel pueden causar celulitis fulminante.






Ántrax
El ántrax es una infección cutánea por estafilococos formada por una agrupación de furúnculos con extensión de la infección al tejido subcutáneo. Las lesiones presentan supuración profunda, son de lenta curación y producen cicatrices. Es muy frecuente en la nuca.

Abscesos y celulitis cervicales profunda.


Las infecciones de la cavidad bucal pueden entrar en el cuello hasta la aponeurosis cervical. La lesión suele quedar limitada a un lado del cuello y se caracteriza por edema pardo y enrojecimiento superficie.
Angina de Ludwig.

Se trata de una forma particular de infección profunda que afecta el suelo de la boca, las regiones submaxilares y los tejidos profundos del cuello a este nivel aproximadamente del hueso hioides. En contraste con el absceso cervical profundo corriente, esta lesión suele ser bilateral, difunde rápidamente y produce amplia induración con inflamación del suelo de la boca.














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Posición del paciente sentado
 
Inspección:
- Palidez (anemia)
- Cianosis (cardiopatía o neurópata)
- Plétora (polisintética o hipertensa)          
- Caquexia (desnutrición y cáncer)
- Higiene (piel, dentadura, pelo)     

Lesiones del cuero cabelludo y pelo
- Distribución e implantación del pelo
- Masas: son más de 2cm
- Nódulos: hasta 2cm

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          Abs Bodybuilding Tips - How to Get a Crunchy Six Pack   
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          Así deberíamos cocinar las carnes para reducir riesgos para la salud    

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No sólo los nutrientes y la cantidad ingerida de un alimento puede influir en nuestra salud sino también, la forma en que cocinamos los mismos. De hecho, según la evidencia científica así deberíamos cocinar las carnes para reducir riesgos para la salud:

Temperatura moderada y cocción sin exceso

Los métodos de cocción que más se han asociado a cáncer son aquellos que involucran altas temperaturas y fuego directo tales como la parrilla, la barbacoa o el horno en modo grill. Asimismo, las carnes muy cocidas, chamuscadas o quemadas en su proceso de cocción también se han vinculado en un estudio publicado en la revista Cancer Research a mayor incidencia de cáncer de próstata.

De igual forma, un reciente estudio publicado en Diabetes Care observó asociación entre las carnes rojas cocinadas a horno en modo grill y en barbacoa con la presencia de obesidad y diabetes tipo 2 independientemente de las cantidad de carnes consumidas.

Investigaciones previas también encontraron dicho vínculo entre carnes cocinadas a altas temperaturas y fuego directo y mayor riesgo de diabetes, pues durante este tipo de cocciones se incrementa la producción de hidrocarburos policíclicos así como de aminas heterocíclicas que no sólo tienen poder mutágeno sino también favorecen la inflamación, el estrés oxidativo y la resistencia a la insulina.

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Por lo tanto, es fundamental para reducir los riesgos para la salud del consumo de carnes elegir métodos de cocción cuya temperatura sea moderada y por supuesto, no excedernos en los tiempos de cocción para no quemar ni chamuscar.

Así, deberíamos cocinar las carnes al vapor, hervidas, escalfadas, guisadas o incluso, a la plancha sin quemar para reducir el riesgo para la salud del consumo de carnes.

La cantidad y el tipo de carnes también importa

Además de cuidar los métodos de cocción, si queremos proteger la salud es fundamental controlar las cantidades y el tipo de carnes consumidas.

Las carnes procesadas tales como los fiambres y embutidos son las que más deberíamos evitar así como las carnes colmadas de grasas. Sin embargo, las primeras son las que ya se han vinculado a riesgo de cáncer en algunos estudios de allí que siempre serán las carnes frescas las más aconsejables y dentro de éstas, las carnes blancas.

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Si hablamos de cantidad, no hay una recomendación acordada ni sólida, sin embargo, ingestas de carnes rojas superiores a los 340 gramos diarios se han vinculado a mayor riesgo de accidente cerebrovascular, mientras que una ingesta de menos de 50 gramos diarios puede favorecer la prevención de muertes por enfermedades cardiovasculares según un estudio publicado en la revista JAMA.

Y por su parte, la Fundación Española del Corazón coincide con las cantidades de 50 gramos diarias al recomendar la ingesta de un filete de 100-125 gramos unas 3 o 4 veces por semana.

En conclusión, debemos cuidar la cantidad, el tipo de carnes y además, el tipo de cocción que usamos con la finalidad de reducir sus potenciales riesgos para la salud.

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          Medical compliance to evidence-based clinical guidelines on secondary prevention of coronary heart disease in a hospital from Lima, Peru: a retrospective study.   

Medical compliance to evidence-based clinical guidelines on secondary prevention of coronary heart disease in a hospital from Lima, Peru: a retrospective study.

Medwave. 2017 Jun 29;17(5):e6989

Authors: Castañeda-Amado Z, Calixto-Aguilar L, Loza Munarriz C, Medina Palomino FA

Abstract
INTRODUCTION: Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of mortality worldwide. When an acute myocardial infarction occurs, it is necessary to establish secondary prevention measures, which can reduce mortality by 50%. Clinical guidelines state that the optimal medical treatment is based upon four groups of drugs: antiplatelet drugs, statins, beta-blockers and angiotensin-converting-enzyme inhibitor or angiotensin II receptor antagonist.
OBJECTIVE: To determine physician compliance to evidence-based clinical practice guidelines on secondary prevention of coronary heart disease.
METHODS: Retrospective, observational study in Hospital Cayetano Heredia in Lima, Peru. The study included patients with confirmed acute coronary syndrome from February 2011 to February 2013. Medical records, laboratory results and medical therapy at discharge were collected and were compared to the American Heart Association type I, evidence level A recommendations. In addition, patient follow-up visits to the outpatient cardiology clinic at 1, 3 and 6 months after discharge were analyzed.
RESULTS: The study population included 143 patients. Eighty-nine (89) patients were admitted with the diagnosis of unstable angina and non-ST-segment elevation (62.2%) and 54 had ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (37.8%). Forty patients (28%) received all four recommended medications at discharge, which decreased at 1, 3 and 6 months after discharge to 12.6%, 7% and 3.5% respectively. The results showed a significant reduction in patient compliance to follow-up visits with a 48% reduction at the first visit to 10% on the last visit.
CONCLUSION: Medical compliance to guidelines recommendations in secondary cardiovascular prevention is suboptimal with a compliance score under 50%.

PMID: 28665919 [PubMed - in process]


          Discordances Between Pre-Natal and Post-Natal Diagnoses of Congenital Heart Diseases and Impact on Care Strategies.   
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Discordances Between Pre-Natal and Post-Natal Diagnoses of Congenital Heart Diseases and Impact on Care Strategies.

J Am Coll Cardiol. 2016 Aug 30;68(9):921-30

Authors: Bensemlali M, Stirnemann J, Le Bidois J, Lévy M, Raimondi F, Hery E, Stos B, Bessières B, Boudjemline Y, Bonnet D

Abstract
BACKGROUND: Pre-natal diagnosis of congenital heart disease (CHD) allows anticipation of urgent neonatal treatment and provides adequate information to the parents on cardiac outcomes.
OBJECTIVES: This study sought to analyze the discordances between expert fetal cardiac diagnosis and final diagnosis of CHD and their impact on neonatal and long-term care strategies.
METHODS: We included 1,258 neonates with a pre-natally diagnosed CHD and 189 fetopsies following termination of pregnancy at our tertiary center over a 10-year period. Pre-natal echocardiographic and final diagnoses were compared.
RESULTS: For live births, we identified 368 (29.3%) discordances between pre- and post-natal diagnoses. The pre-natal diagnosis was different from the post-natal diagnosis in 36 cases (2.9%) and partially different with a major impact on neonatal treatment of the CHD in 97 cases (7.7%). In 235 cases (18.7%), the diagnosis was partially different with no impact on neonatal planned treatment. The discordances had a negative impact on late care strategy in 62 cases (4.9%): more complex CHD that was unsuitable for biventricular repair, leading to unplanned compassionate care, additional surgery or increase of the complexity level of the Aristotle score. A positive impact was found in 31 cases (2.5%): less complex CHD that allowed biventricular repair, fewer surgical procedures, or decrease of the complexity of the Aristotle score. For 275 patients (21.9%), there was no impact on late care strategy. Of the 872 terminations of pregnancy and intrauterine fetal deaths, 189 fetopsies were available: 16 (8.5%) different diagnoses, 27 (14.3%) major differences, and 60 (31.7%) minor differences.
CONCLUSIONS: Correcting fetal cardiac diagnosis after birth can lead to significant changes in neonatal (10.6%) and late (7.4%) care strategies. Tools should be developed to try to improve the accuracy of pre-natal diagnosis of CHD. Clinicians should be cautious when predicting required treatment and outcomes during pre-natal counseling.

PMID: 27561766 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


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          Cómo Utilizar el Cuchillo Apropiado Podría Aumentar los Nutrientes   

Por el Dr. Mercola

Los cuchillos tienen muchos usos en la cocina. Si realmente desea ser sofisticado, el cuchillo apropiado, al igual que el método correcto, podrían hacer una juliana o chifonada perfectas.

Pero hay otras cosas que podría hacer al utilizar el cuchillo adecuado, de las cuales es posible que no esté enterado--todavía. Uno de los más importantes es aumentar la cantidad de nutrientes que los alimentos le proporcionan a su cuerpo.

No hace mucho tiempo, los aspirantes a chef estaban a punto de desgarrar sus vegetales de hojas verdes para no mallugarlos. Picar la lechuga y espinaca para hacer una ensalada es considerado algo raro. Un artículo en la revista The Conversation capta muy bien el dilema del chef:

"Durante mucho tiempo, hemos creído que desgarrar los vegetales, especialmente las hojas de ensalada, es la mejor manera de preservar sus nutrientes. La idea es que desgarrar las hojas altera menos las células de la planta, que cortarlas.

Al cortarlas en rebanadas, directamente en las células, permite que su contenido se esparza. Esto significa que los nutrientes podrían filtrarse, especialmente los minerales, tales como el potasio".1

Cortar los Vegetales Libera Más Polifenoles

Sin embargo, hay una (relativamente) nueva escuela de pensamiento, que indica que cortar los vegetales--al menos algunos de ellos—aumenta la cantidad de polifenoles que estos proporcionan. Los polifenoles--que únicamente están disponibles de las plantas--tienen diferentes funciones, tales como proporcionarle color a la planta, así como protección contra el daño de la radiación ultravioleta.

Si ciertos vegetales son rasguñados o cortados, tales como el apio, nabos y la lechuga, producirán una mayor cantidad de polifenoles para defenderse de un daño mayor. Por ejemplo, si un animal trata de comerse un vegetal, la amargura de los polifenoles podría evitar que de un segundo mordisco.

En el caso de los seres humanos, cortar o rebanar vegetales podría hacer que los compuestos bioactivos que contienen, estén más biodisponibles, y los beneficios para la salud podrían derivarse de combinaciones "sinérgicas" de fitoquímicos.2

Los antioxidantes son compuestos importantes que ayudan a protegerse contra los dañinos radicales libres, así como la inflamación.

Que quede constancia que, los polifenoles son fenomenales. Estos son los antioxidantes más abundantes en la alimentación de los Estados Unidos, dice The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, al proporcionar un nivel de consumo de vitamina C, 10 veces mayor, y un consumo vitamina E o carotenoides, 100 veces mayor.3

Nutrition Today4 señaló que a los polifenoles, presentes en los alimentos, se les atribuye una amplia variedad de beneficios para la salud, particularmente en "reducir el riesgo de tres padecimientos comunes: infecciones del tracto urinario, enfermedades cardiovasculares y diabetes tipo 2", aunque la advertencia del mismo informe fue que tales ventajas todavía no están "bien fundamentadas por estudios científicos".

Un estudio mostró que, dependiendo del tipo de vegetales, "lacerados" o cortados, los vegetales también podrían aumentar su capacidad antioxidante, en función del tipo de tejido vegetal o fruta.

El calabacín, la col blanca y morada, la lechuga iceberg, apio, zanahoria, chirivía, rábano rojo, batata dulce y papas blancas, fueron evaluados en base a varias características nutricionales:

"Los cambios fenólicos variaron desde unos niveles 26 % menores hasta unos 191 % mayores, mientras que el cambio en la capacidad antioxidante varió de unos niveles 51 % menores a unos 442 % mayores.

Los bajos niveles de ácido ascórbico disminuyeron hasta un 82 %, mientras que los cambios en las antocianinas y los carotenoides fueron menos evidentes".5

Cortar los Vegetales Afecta a Sus Nutrientes y Color

Algunas veces, cortar los vegetales causa un problema que los cocineros que son detallistas tienen el cuidado de remediar, lo cual es el pardeamiento enzimático.

Probablemente lo haya observado; las papas peladas obtienen una sombra antiestética de un color un poco marrón, inclusive antes de rebanar la segunda. Este fenómeno se produce debido a la enzima polifenol oxidasa que descompone a los polifenoles. Algunas veces es causado por el oxígeno, que hace contacto con la superficie del vegetal recién cortado, al entremezclar a la enzima polifenol oxidasa y los polifenoles, que son fitoquímicos.

Los compuestos de fenol se tornan de color marrón, lo que hace que algunos alimentos cortados obtengan un tinte oxidado.

Wonderhowto.com6 describe lo imposible que es mantener el aguacate de color verde, después de que fue cortado, ya que este se torna de un tono marrón especialmente desagradable.

Las personas han probado el truco del jugo de limón, agua, aceite de oliva, colocar las piezas cortadas lo más rápido posible en una bolsa de plástico, e incluso almacenarlas con una cebolla, con diferentes grados de éxito.

Lo crea o no, el cuchillo que utiliza podría hacer una completa diferencia. Se trata de la velocidad a la que ocurre el fenómeno de pardeamiento, y eso depende del cuchillo que utilice.

El hierro y el cobre aumentan la tasa de pardeamiento, y eso es de lo que la mayoría de los cuchillos de acero inoxidable están hechos, entre otros metales. Al cortar sus vegetales, estos obtienen el triple del impacto de oxígeno y la invención creada al mezclar los metales antes mencionados.

No obstante, existen alternativas. Los cuchillos de cerámica y plástico son "químicamente inertes", lo que indica que esto ralentiza el proceso de pardeamiento. En las pruebas, Cook's Illustrated7 encontró que utilizar un cuchillo de plástico impidió el proceso de pardeamiento durante un día completo, más que el metal, o al desgarrar manualmente.

Posteriormente, los cuchillos de cerámica y los cuchillos del acero inoxidable fueron probados en manzanas y aguacates, y aunque ninguno previno el moho por completo, visiblemente, los aguacates tardaron más en tornarse de color marrón, cuando fueron cortados con el cuchillo de cerámica.

En lugar de reemplazar todos sus demás cuchillos, podría utilizar cuchillos de cerámica para complementar sus otros cubiertos.8 Son mejores para rebanar frutas, vegetales y carne sin hueso, pero no para los alimentos congelados, carne con huesos o queso (debido a su tendencia a pegarse) o utilizar el cuchillo para aplastar alimentos, tales como el ajo.

Sabor, Textura y Refrigeración

Cortar los alimentos también podría cambiar su textura, lo que haría que algunos alimentos fueran suaves y blandos, así también, con respecto a su sabor. La refrigeración podría ralentizar ambos procesos. The Conversation señala que:

"La refrigeración podría ayudar a ralentizar la velocidad de la reacción de pardeamiento y ayudar a preservar el contenido posiblemente beneficioso de los polifenoles.

Esto funciona conforme las temperaturas frías en el refrigerador ralentizan las reacciones químicas, las cuales, por lo regular, descomponen a los polifenoles...

Pero el acto mismo de los polifenoles producidos por los vegetales (digamos después de cortarlos), a menudo implica consumir todo el contenido de vitamina C.

Por lo tanto, nutricionalmente, podría ser un caso de "reemplazar una cosa por otra", y es posible que no haya ningún beneficio en general".9

Cortar los vegetales podría cambiar el sabor de un vegetal, al volverlos ligeramente amargos. Sin embargo, "lacerar" sus vegetales de hojas verdes y hierbas antes de preparar la receta podría darles el sabor que simplemente no proporcionarían si solo eliminara el tallo, y sus dientes no harán su función muy adecuadamente, como para obtener un beneficio nutricional. Según The Kitchn:

"Cuando lacera y corta las hierbas en trocitos apetitosos para saborear sus platillos, solo las células que entran en contacto con el cuchillo son las que liberan los aceites herbáceos en su comida.

Si los ha mezclado en algo como una salsa que ha estado hirviendo durante un período de tiempo, entonces no se preocupe, los aceites en combinación con el calor de su estufa se filtrarán eventualmente".10

Cinco Vegetales Que Son Difíciles de Cortar y Cómo Cortarlos

De vez en cuando, es bueno ampliar sus horizontes y tener algo para la cena que sea diferente. Si duda es utilizar ciertos vegetales, porque no está seguro de qué hacer con ellos, estos simples pasos inspirados de The Epoch Times,11 le ayudarán. Notará que al utilizar ciertos cuchillos esto hará su trabajo más sencillo, al igual que una tabla de cortar.

Alcachofa12

Estas parecen grandes flores de goma, pero a menudo, lo que necesita es su corazón blando, y eso implica saber el método de cómo hacerlo.

  1. Elimine las hojas verdes exteriores para exponer las de color amarillo más claro.
  2. Utilice un cuchillo con dientes para cortar tanto el tercio superior de la alcachofa (que revelará la parte superior de los "pétalos" de color púrpura fuertemente plegadas y cerradas) como la parte inferior del tallo.
  3. Utilice un cuchillo para pelar la parte superior amarilla, y los lados, para llegar al corazón, luego recorte la parte externa del tallo, en vez de pelarlo como un tallo de brócoli. Recorte con cuidado, por lo que no debe empezar a despegar el corazón.
  4. Ahora, con respecto al bulbo de color pálido, con el emplumado de color púrpura "cerrado" intacto; utilice su cuchillo y una cuchara para retirarlo con cuidado, y eso es todo.

Betabel13

Algunas veces es llamado remolacha, este versátil vegetal, tiene mucho sabor y es delicioso al agregarlo en ensaladas frías o sopa caliente. No obstante, hay un truco para mantener el color.

  1. Utilice un cuchillo afilado para cortar las hojas, pero asegúrese de dejar alrededor de 3 pulgadas de tallos de las hojas en la parte superior.
  2. Frote los betabeles con un cepillo y cocínelos en suficiente cantidad de agua hirviendo, como para cubrirlos, introduzca un tenedor en ellos para garantizar su "cocción", entonces detenga el proceso de cocción al sumergirlos en agua fría.
  3. Después de que se hayan enfriado, utilice un cuchillo de cocina para cortar el tallo, luego retire la piel con papel de cocina; debe despegarse fácilmente. Córtelos en rodajas o cubos.

Espagueti de Calabaza14

Este vegetal requiere un cuchillo fuerte, un tenedor y una cuchara.

  1. Utilice el cuchillo para rallar la piel, a lo largo, y alrededor del vegetal.
  2. Colóquela en media pulgada de agua, en una cacerola grande, para hervir la calabaza a fuego medio, durante 30 minutos, luego enfríela durante cinco minutos; u hornee todo a 375 ° F de 50 a 60 minutos, y enfríe durante 10 minutos, para que pueda prepararla.
  3. Coloque la calabaza en la tabla de cortar, y córtela a lo largo, siguiendo las marcas de "rallas" realizadas.
  4. Utilice la cuchara para quitar las semillas, luego un tenedor para raspar la calabaza, que caerá en forma de hebras, como espaguetis, en un plato para servir.

Colinabo15

Este tiene un sabor un poco parecido al del corazón del repollo o brócoli; para llegar al beneficioso centro del color blanco, necesitará un cuchillo fuerte y resistente, así como un pelador de vegetales.

  1. Corte el tallo y las hojas del colinabo en cuartos.
  2. Corte el núcleo (aproximadamente a una pulgada cuadrada) del centro y elimínelo. Retire la piel con el pelador.
  3. Corte las rodajas en forma similar a los palillos, es decir rebanados o en cubos.

Apionabo16

También conocido como "nabo apio", parece un bulbo duro y fibroso de raíces compactadas, pero al llegar a su corazón, tiene un sabor fuerte a apio, que es ideal para sopas o guisos, o crudo en ensaladas. Todo lo que necesita es un cuchillo afilado.

  1. Corte la parte superior, que incluye a las hojas, así como la base, lo que permitirá al "nabo" colocarse de forma plana sobre la tabla de cortar.
  2. Utilice un cuchillo afilado para despegar los lados, en tiras anchas, salvando tanto como pueda del vegetal blanco que se encuentra en el interior.
  3. Píquelo en juliana o en rebanadas, en base a sus preferencias, y coloque las piezas en agua fría, con un poco de jugo de limón, para evitar que se tornen de color marrón.

Una Nota Sobre los Vegetales

Lamentablemente, tan solo el 27 % de los habitantes en los Estados Unidos consumen lo que deben, para tener una óptima salud.17

Aquí está el resultado final: Mientras pica, corta o "lacera" a sus vegetales, esto sirve para liberar una mayor cantidad de polifenoles, en comparación con los que obtendría si simplemente los mordiera; el mensaje que debe tener presente es que, necesita consumir cantidades adecuadas de vegetales para asegurarse de obtener los beneficios en su salud, incluyendo a los polifenoles, que estos proporcionan.

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Of the 44,000 in-flight medical emergencies on commercial airlines each year, roughly 900 to 1,800 involve food allergy reactions.

In-flight reactions are concerning since medical resources are limited, and emergency services, if needed, are unavailable. Most food allergic fliers understand this and take precautions when traveling, but what precautionary actions are the most beneficial?

Eight Preventive Actions

A study of in-flight reactions to peanuts and tree nuts, completed in 2013, analyzed survey responses from more than 3,200 food allergic travelers, or their parents, from 11 countries.

From the survey, researchers identified eight actions associated with reduced risk for in-flight food reactions. Those who reported an in-flight allergic response performed these actions significantly less:

  1. Making any request of the airline related to allergy safety.
  2. Requesting a buffer zone around the allergic person.
  3. Requesting an announcement that passengers not eat peanut/tree nut containing foods.
  4. Requesting a peanut/tree nut free meal.
  5. Cleaning the allergic person’s tray/table.
  6. Bringing safe food from home.
  7. Avoiding the use of an airline-provided pillow.
  8. Avoiding the use of an airline-provided blanket.

The investigators found it reassuring that nearly all respondents said they carried epinephrine auto-injectors (EAIs). Less reassuring was data showing only 13.3 percent of the 349 reported in-flight reactions employed epinephrine as treatment. The others, 85.6 percent treated with antihistamines—which are ineffective for anaphylaxis.

Why Not Epinephrine?

To understand what influences the use of in-flight epinephrine, the researchers looked at specific factors. They found that:

  • Cardiovascular, and gastrointestinal symptoms, and notifying the flight crew about the reaction was associated with greater odds of receiving epinephrine.
  • There was slightly less use of epinephrine on planes with “nut-free” policies, maybe because the policy creates a false sense of security.
  • Skin symptoms, wheezing, and other respiratory issues were not significantly associated with epinephrine use, though these can be indications of severe reactions, including anaphylaxis.

The investigators concluded that stressing the importance of using epinephrine for allergy reactions should be a patient education goal at clinical practices worldwide.

Time Matters

All food allergic individuals who fly are encouraged to keep two EAIs with them always. However, it does not help to carry the auto-injectors if people are afraid to use them.

Time matters when someone is experiencing a food reaction, and though many people administer antihistamines such as Benadryl, instead of epinephrine, they may be putting their self or their child at risk. Antihistamines can take one to two hours to work, but a peak therapeutic response occurs within ten minutes after receiving epinephrine.

Anyone reluctant to use EAIs might benefit from watching a webinar given by Dr. Scott Russell called Epi First, Epi Fast. Ask Questions Later (link below). Watching it might save the life of someone you love.

Sources: Food Allergy; Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology; Epi First, Epi Fast. (webinar)
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Entenda o novo vírus que está afetando vários países e saiba o que fazer

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O pesadelo do WannaCry parece estar se repetindo. Hoje, um novo vírus conhecido como Petwrap começou a infectar máquinas de grandes empresas, incluindo bancos estatais, ao menos um hospital brasileiro e multinacionais como a empresa farmacêutica Merck. Assim como o WannaCry, ele criptografa os dados da máquina afetada e só os descriptografa mediante o pagamento de um resgate, e ele já rendeu cerca de R$ 20 mil aos atacantes.
De acordo com Wolmer Godoi, o diretor de cibersegurança da Cipher, a semelhança entre os dois ataques não pára por aí. O Petwrap explora a mesma vulnerabilidade de SMBv1 que o WannaCry explorava para infectar novas máquinas. Essa vulnerabilidade, chamada também de "EternalBlue", já era conhecida pelo exército dos EUA, que não informou a Microsoft sobre ela. A empresa só ficou sabendo quando um grupo de hackers invadiu o exército e depois vazou as vulnerabilidades.
O SMBv1
O SMBv1, segundo Godoi, é a primeira versão do SMB, o protocolo de compartilhamento de arquivos entre computadores com Windows. "Com o tempo, a Microsoft evoluiu esse protocolo", diz Godoi, "mas as versões anteriores continuam habilitadas em computadores mais novos". O motivo disso é compatibilidade: se um computador novo precisa compartilhar arquivos em rede com uma máquina mais antiga, ele precisa desse protocolo para conseguir fazer o envio.
Acontece que esse protocolo antigo tinha uma falha - e como ele ainda estava habilitado mesmo em máquinas novas, até mesmo computadores com Windows 10 estavam vulneráveis a essa falha. Foi ela que permitiu que o WannaCry se disseminasse tão rapidamente no mês passado, porque além de criptografar o computador afetado, o malware também se espalha para outras máquinas conectadas.
Desde então, a Microsoft liberou uma atualização para os PCs que corrigia essa falha e imunizava-os contra ataques desse tipo. Mesmo assim, muitos computadores continuaram vulneráveis, por alguns motivos. Alguns usuários e empresas não instalaram a atualização, ou por não saber da importância de fazê-lo, ou por medo de perder algo de privacidade com a atualização. Outro fator é que muitos computadores ainda usam versões piratas do Windows, que não recebem atualização.
Infecção
Quando uma máquina é infectada pelo Petwrap, segundo Godoi, ela recebe apenas um arquivo executável bem pequeno. Por seu tamanho reduzido, ele passa despercebido pela maioria dos programas de antivírus e consegue se instalar na máquina afetada. Feito isso, ele se conecta a servidores externos para baixar deles outros arquivos e módulos que permitem que ele cause todo o estrago que ele causa.
No caso do Petwrap, os arquivos baixados alteram o "master boot record" (MBR) da máquina infectada. Essa parte é responsável pela inicialização do computador, e a mudança faz com que o computador não seja inicializado. Além disso, todo o conteúdo dos discos da máquina infectada são criptografados, e se tornam completamente inacessíveis até que sejam descriptografados. Trata,se sefundo Godoi, de um esquema "simples e genial".
Segundo Cleber Brandão, o gerente do laboratório de inteligência da BlockBit, esse aspecto diferencia o Petwrap do WannaCry. "O WannaCry ainda deixava você acessar seu computador para realizar o pagamento em bitcoin, por exemplo. Mas com o Petwrap, você não abre nem o Windows", comenta.
Diagnóstico
Para descobrir esses aspectos do funcionamento do malware, as empresas de segurança simulam o ataque, como se estivessem se deixando infectar. A diferença é que elas fazem isso em uma máquina virtual (uma espécie de computador rodando dentro de um computador) completamente monitorada. Cada ação que acontece nessa máquina virtual é monitorada e registrada pela máquina na qual ela está hospedada.


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Conheça agora os benefícios que o ovo trará à sua saúde

Por muito tempo, os ovos foram considerados insalubres, e muitos acreditam que o alto consumo pode aumentar o colesterol. Mas estudos recentes revelaram que os ovos são incrivelmente saudáveis para você e que a dose ideal não é apenas um ovo por dia, mas, possivelmente, dois ou três. Confira a seguir os benefícios que o consumo correto de ovos pode trazer à sua saúde:


1. Seu cérebro está sob a proteção de colina
A colina é uma vitamina de extrema importância na formação do cérebro. Comer dois ovos por dia garante que seu corpo receba bastante desse nutriente, o que é essencial, pois a deficiência de colina no cérebro pode causar diminuição de memória. 
2. A visão é preservada graças à luteína
Novas pesquisas revelam que os ovos são ricos em luteína – a substância responsável pela visão. A falta de luteína pode resultar em mudanças destrutivas no tecido ocular, fazendo com que a visão se deteriore irreversivelmente.
3. A vitamina D ajuda o corpo na absorção de cálcio.
A quantidade de vitamina D encontrada no ovo é a mesma que a de uma colher de sopa de óleo de peixe. Os suplementos especiais para a alimentação de frangos também aumentarão o teor de vitamina D em seus ovos. A vitamina D também é responsável por permitir que o corpo absorva melhor o cálcio, fortalecendo seus ossos e dentes.
4. Os ovos são ricos em vitamina B, que protege a pele, os cabelos e o fígado
Biotina, vitamina B12 e proteínas nutrientes digeríveis contribuem para o fortalecimento do cabelo e da pele. Os ovos de galinha também contêm fosfolipídios, que promovem a eliminação de toxinas do fígado.
 5. Diminuição no risco de doenças cardiovasculares
Os ovos já foram considerados fatores  essenciais no aumento de colesterol. No entanto, o colesterol encontrado nos ovos está cheio de fosfatídeos, o que significa que não é prejudicial à nossa saúde. Também inibe a própria produção de colesterol no corpo e, além disso, os ovos contêm ácidos ômega 3, que reduzem os níveis de triglicerídeos, diminuindo assim o risco de doenças cardiovasculares.
6. Os ovos ajudam na perda de peso.
Se você combinar uma dieta de baixo consumo de calorias à ingestão de ovos no café da manhã, por exemplo, é provável que você perca peso duas vezes mais rápido. Ter um café da manhã reforçado te ajudará a diminuir a quantidade de comida que você consome no resto do dia.
7. Diminui o risco de câncer.
A colina, um componente necessário na saúde do cérebro, também ajuda a reduzir o risco de câncer. Um estudo realizado em mulheres, mostrou que, durante a adolescência, aquelas que consumiram ovos apresentaram menor risco de desenvolver câncer de mama em até 18%.
8. Ovos são essenciais durante a gravidez. 
Os ovos são ricos em vitamina B9 e ácido fólico. Com sua ajuda, formam-se os glóbulos vermelhos e o tubo neural do feto. O ácido fólico também ajuda a aumentar a capacidade mental da criança.
9. Ajuda a retardar o envelhecimento.
De acordo com pesquisas realizadas por cientistas holandeses, 87% das mulheres com idades entre 35 e 40 anos apresentaram menor número de manchas da idade e pele menos enrugada. Também foi visto que, nos homens, as rugas em torno dos olhos eram visivelmente mais suaves.
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Mensagens bregas no WhatsApp estão com os dias contados

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As famosas mensagens de ‘bom dia’, com corações e carinhas de bebês no grupo da família podem estar com dias contados

O publicitário Spartakus Santiago criou o site TypeZap que reúne belas imagens com dizeres de “bom dia” e "feliz aniversário", entre outras mensagens que fazem sucesso nos grupos de WhatsApp, só que com o diferencial é que as mensagens tem bom gosto. De acordo com o portal TechTudo, o material é gratuito, colaborativo e livre para compartilhar.

A ideia é simplificar as populares mensagens que rodam o WhatsApp – também chamado carinhosamente de “Zap” pelo país. O publicitário ressalta que as figuras originais “têm coisas aleatórias, como um desejo de bom dia com a foto de um pato”. Entra em cena o trabalho em conjunto com outros designers, para transformar uma combinação pouco comum de elementos em algo mais elegante.
No site do TypeZap estão as mensagens originais e as versões “renovadas”, por assim dizer. “Minha preocupação era não simplesmente jogar fora, mas sim manter elementos da arte inicial. Havia imagens muito bizarras, como uma margarida gigante flutuando no oceano.
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Conheçam Shaniki Hernandez – A rainha do capô de fusca (Pata de camelo)

Shaniki Hernandez

Conheça Shaniki Hernandez, uma belizenha (nascida em Belize, América Central) com um incrível capô de fusca.
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Raquel Martins interpreta "Lugar Secreto"

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Romã ajuda a prevenir inflamações e câncer de próstata; conheça

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A romã é rica em betacaroteno presente nas vitaminas A, B, C e E, no ferro e no cálcio, além de ter ação anti-inflamatória
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Originária do Oriente Médio, a romã é uma das frutas cultivadas pelo homem desde a antiguidade. Para os gregos, era um símbolo de fertilidade; e, para os judeus representava a esperança de um período próspero. Hoje, é conhecida por sua variedade de nutrientes e deveria estar mais presente no dia a dia das pessoas, segundo a nutricionista Flavia Salvitti, do Hospital San Paolo.

“A romã é rica em betacaroteno presente nas vitaminas A, B, C e E, no ferro e no cálcio, além de ter ação anti-inflamatória”, explica ela, complementando que o consumo da fruta proporciona ao organismo muitos benefícios, como a diminuição dos sintomas da menopausa, aumento da imunidade, controle do colesterol, prevenção de inflamações, do envelhecimento precoce e até do desenvolvimento de doenças como Alzheimer e Parkinson.
Flavia destaca também que uma forma prática de consumir a romã é por meio de sucos prontos, mas ressalta que é necessário observar a quantidade de fruta na composição da bebida e garantir que não possui conservantes.
“O consumo regular do suco de romã ajuda a prevenir inflamações recorrentes na garganta, e estudos já concluíram que também é capaz de inibir a proliferação das células do câncer de próstata, o que ajuda a impedir a metástase (migração de células cancerosas)”, pontua a nutricionista do San Paolo.

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Confira os 10 Benefícios da Goji Berry

Artigo de Rosi Feliciano
Saúde é essencial quando se trata de medicina moderna. Nós estamos olhando para um novo efeito terapêutico observadas há séculos que as plantas utilizam para isso. Por exemplo, Goji Berry.

Goji usadas 700 mil anos na China atraíram a atenção de todos no mundo com os inúmeros benefícios da baga. Goji o que aumenta a qualidade de vida dos benefícios mais bem conhecida.

goji berry funciona e fortalece o sistema imunológico, além de ter ação antioxidante e anti inflamatória .

1. Retarda o Envelhecimento
Um dos indicadores mais importantes de um estilo de vida saudável em retardar o envelhecimento. Goji Berry com um tempo reduz os efeitos. Por causa da estrutura fibrosa e eficaz antienvelhecimento propriedades antioxidantes que Goji atua como antienvelhecimento e retardar o envelhecimento da pele. Tais como o cancro da pele, quebrando os efeitos negativos dos radicais livres sobre a pele exterior, que pode reduzir o risco de problemas de saúde graves.

2. Aliviar a ansiedade e depressão
Com os seus anfitriões na depressão Goji, que ajuda a remover a ansiedade e outros problemas psicológicos. Este aspecto é acreditado para aumentar a energia vital na China. Para eliminar o efeito da depressão é uma receita tradicional consultado antes da medicina moderna.

3. Vitamina C
A vitamina C é devido para aumentar a imunidade contra resfriados. Goji Berry é rica em vitamina C que contém 3 vezes mais vitamina C do que a laranja.

4. Queima gordura
Goji Berry contém 19 aminoácidos diferentes. Os blocos de construção das proteínas, aminoácidos, bem como garantir o crescimento e regeneração do músculo, acelera a queima de gordura. Então, se você quer ganhar força a partir de acúmulo de gordura e peso deve optar por alimentos ricos em aminoácidos. Mas não se esqueça de beber muita água.

5. Facilita a digestão
Esta fruta misteriosa do Extremo Oriente, proporciona regularização dos problemas digestivos. É bastante útil para o melhoramento de problemas de estômago tais como gastrite.

6. A capacidade de aumentar a fertilidade
Goji é usada novamente para tratamento de infertilidade em países da Ásia e do Extremo Oriente. Nos homens, que assegura a viabilidade das células de esperma, e as células do polissacárido testículos goji foi revelado que evita a degradação induzida pelo stress e morte.

7. Regula os níveis de açúcar e insulina
Goji Berry vezes bastante antigos na China, particularmente goji é usada para o tratamento de diabetes tipo 2. Também conhecida como diabetes tipo 2 é o tipo mais frequente de diabetes no mundo. Diabetes tipo 2 em pessoas, a produção de insulina é baixa. Goji Berry também está envolvida neste momento e regula os níveis de insulina. No entanto, os pacientes diabéticos utilizando o goji deve sempre consultar o médico antes de comer.

8. Regular os níveis de colesterol
A maior razão para o consumo de Goji berry  é a luta contra o mau colesterol.

9. Deficiência visual
A vitamina A, zeaxantina, goji contém minerais e vitaminas vitais, tais como betacaroteno em bagas que ajudam na saúde ocular que é benéfica para a saúde dos olhos. Como a baga de goji contém nutrientes e minerais que ajudam a prevenir a catarata, pode reduzir o risco de problemas de visão causados ​​pelo envelhecimento.

10. Eliminar a tontura
Devido ao efeito a medicina tradicional chinesa e um dos recursos naturais, mais comumente referidos eliminar a tontura e dor de cabeça é a baga de goji. Você deve tomar goji antes de deitar.

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*** ARCADIA 100 Enero 27, 2014 Cien años de realidad El país leído desde las artes. Una selección de 119 obras colombianas / Cuatro de ellas, entre otras .... . Editorial: Una explicación por Marianne Ponsford, .... 
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La tierra quemada de Óscar Collazos  . Por Beatriz Mesa Mejía. Entrevista. GENERACIÓN. Suplemento de EL COLOMBIANO. Medellín. Enero 26, 2014. Páginas 6 a 8
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--- José Emilio Pacheco, su funeral será abierto para todos sus lectores. La hija de José Emilio Pacheco confirmó que los restos de su padre serán veladosel medio día de este lunes(Enero 27, 2014) en el Colegio Nacional  ( 1 ) que se ubica en la calle Luis González Obregón, número 23 en la colonia Centro.  El funeral de José Emilio Pacheco será abierto para todos sus lectores. "Lo vamos a despedir en el Colegio Nacional, por favor ahí va estar abierto para quien quiera. Él tenía mucha gente que lo quería, lectores que nos quieran acompañar".  José Emilio Pacheco falleció la tarde del domingo de un paro cardio respiratorio tras pasar un día internado en el Instituto Nacional de Nutrición que se ubica en Tlalpan. ( Fuente:  "Se fue tranquilo, en paz": hija de José Emilio Pacheco ) . Más información: Muere José Emilio Pacheco, el poeta amado por los mexicanos. NTC mail: 27 de enero de 2014, 5:39 ,   http://ntcpoesia.blogspot.com/2014_01_27_archive.html
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*** El desmemoriado . Fabio Martínez. Nueva novelaEditorial La mirada Malva. Madrid , España.  Enero 2014 
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*** “Poeta esencial. Pura poesía.” Juan Poeta, te llamaste  Juan Gelman. Por Osvaldo Bayer
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EL SOLAZ DE LA PRENSA LITERARIA . Tomado del libro: “A PLOMO HERIDO. Una crónica del periodismo en Colombia (1.880-1.980)” de Maryluz Vallejo Mejía .  Ed. Planeta. Bogotá. Primera edición, Febrero de 2.006. Págs 122 a 129.
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*** Gonzalo Arango cabalga de nuevo … a dictar conferencia simultánea en 20 ciudades Hoy, Enero 18, en el cumpleaños 83 del profeta del Nadaísmo. Por Jotamario Arbeláez. Bogotá, Enero 18 de 2014
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ACCEDER y NAVEGAR: http://ntc-documentos.blogspot.com/2014_01_18_archive.html . Allí enlace al AUDIO DE LA PRESENTACIÓN COMPLETA en OTRAPARTE (Enero 18, 2014, 7:30 PM).   La conferencia de Gonzalo Arango, "Grandeza y miseria de la literatura" escrita, pronunciada y grabada en 1963, está dirigida a una audiencia de escritores y comunicadores y se encuentra dividida en las siguientes secciones:
  1. Mi vida en Islanada
  2. La soledad imposible
  3. Átomos para la paz de los muertos
  4. Desamparo del arte
  5. La libertad es mortal y peligrosa
  6. La traición de los intelectuales
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El escritor colombiano GUSTAVO ÁLVAREZ GARDEAZÁBAL (1945), autor de la consagrada novela "Cóndores no entierran todos los dias"(1971), reaparece después de varios años con una novela escandalosamente espectacular. LA MISA HA TERMINADO, editada por Unaula de Medellin. Un capítulo de esa obra que será puesta en circulación el 1 de febrero  paralela al Hay Festival de Cartagena. Detalles,  información y el capítulo 16, en: http://ntc-narrativa.blogspot.com/2013_12_11_archive.html
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