Archive for the ‘Health’ Category

why teens abusing drugs easier?

 

why teensabusing drugseasier?

 

qwq

 

Easily Influenced Friend
  Teens still has a soul which unstable and are still looking for identity. So easily                            influenced and participated – along with friends
• Curiosity is high
Teens like to try it – new things, including that can harm him.
• Solidarity Group
Strong sense of solidarity with friends cause it hard to resist the pressure of the group members including drug bid
• Want to Perform Stand
Teens often seek care in the hope looks bold, confident and look different
• Eliminate Tired and stress Sense
Teens often think of drugs can solve the problems faced by

 

qwq

 

 

why teensabusing drugseasier?
• Easily Influenced Friend
Teens still has a soul which unstable and are still looking for identity. So easily influenced and participated – along with friends
• Curiosity is high
Teens like to try it – new things, including that can harm him.
• Solidarity Group
Strong sense of solidarity with friends cause it hard to resist the pressure of the group members including drug bid
• Want to Perform Stand
Teens often seek care in the hope looks bold, confident and look different
• Eliminate Tired and stress Sense
Teens often think of drugs can solve the problems faced by
• Desire Revolting
Most teens use drugs as a reaction to the uprising against parental authority

 

 

 

HIGH RISK YOUTH
Teens Who are:
• Unable to communicate with parents
• Not be under the supervision of a parent
• low self-control
• Self-confidence and low self-esteem
• Do not want to follow the rules / norms / rules
• Like capturing the thrill
• Associating / live in the neighborhood drug abuse
• Isolated or difficult to adjust to the environment.
• Have a family member of drug abuse
• Low appreciation of spiritual

 

 

Ways to overcome belly fat

belly-fat-768-jpg_234029  By Lauren Tumas Shumacher

Time to say goodbye to belly fat! Distended abdomen (caused by fluid trapped between the cells of your body) can arise due to poor digestion, too much sodium, too menstruation. But still, the experts say, as long as you keep eating, belly fat can then be avoided. Good news, is not it?

Water with lemon juice
When distended, many people are drinking less, but that they should be doing just the opposite. David Grotto, author of health, said that hold water is the way our body avoid dehydration. If you have belly fat, it’s time to squeeze the water out. Drinking water with lemon juice will help reduce the amount of salt retained in the body. Make sure to drink straight from the glass, with a straw so you do not put extra air.

Celery
Over the years, celery has been used to treat digestive and intestinal gas control as well known to reduce the levels of the chemical trapping of liquid. “Celery has water content and detoxification systems, which can help remove toxins in the body,” says Grotto. In addition to celery, other vegetables are also beneficial is cucumber, parsley, and other green leafy plants. Remember, cooked vegetables are easier to digest than raw.

Watermelon
All types of melons are actually beneficial for the body, but watermelon contains 92 percent water. According to Grotto, watermelon also has diuretic properties (makes to pee) and a source of potassium. “The balance of sodium and potassium are important in controlling belly fat,” he said. Try mixing lemon, cucumber, watermelon, and rosemary to create a flat stomach. (But do not be surprised if only so often you visit the toilet after drinking the mixture.)

Rosemary and turmeric
Rosemary has long been used as a medicine ranging from headache, toothache, to high blood pressure. But this plant is also efficacious in reducing gas in the intestines and aid digestion, says Jackie Newgent, a culinary nutritionist. He suggested, put rosemary into tea, or combine with celery or parsley. In Asia, turmeric is known as pain relievers and inflammation. Turmeric can also fight abdominal pain and bloated stomach, Newgent said.

Beans and lentils
Most patients who come to the potbellied Grotto consume too much sodium and potassium, and fiber deficiency. Lentils, with a high fiber content, is a good choice. Newgent added, nuts contain protein and high estrogen, which can reduce bloated because of menstruation.

Yoghurt
Many people are sensitive to lactose, so it’s better to drink than milk yogurt. Moreover yogurt that has active cultures in it. “Yogurt is half-digested, milk and sugar in it already broke, while in the milk is not so, that could create a gas and bloated,” said Newgent.

Tip prevent bloated forever:
To make your stomach flat every day, here’s Grotto and Newgent suggestions:

1) Less supply of sodium and choose fresh foods, not packaged foods.
2) Limit your alcohol. When you drink alcohol, you could be dehydrated, so the body tries to retain fluid.
3) To bloated due to constipation (constipation), focus on foods that hold water.
4) Your lifestyle can affect. Make sure you do not lack of sleep, and spend 30 minutes a day of exercise in order to move fluids in your body.
5) Visit your doctor if you are not missing too bloated.

Source: id.yahoo.com

The Nearly Unstoppable Superbugs

yahoo.com

Just a few weeks ago, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) declared carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae (CREs) nothing less than a “nightmare.” When the federal agency whose mission is to protect us from infectious diseases gets serious enough to use that word, we should all pay attention.

The statement came after the CDC released a Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report in which researchers looked at CREs in the U.S. The report found two things: The presence of bacteria that are resistant to carbapenem antibiotics has grown in the last decade, and that most infections with CREs happen when people are in healthcare facilities like hospitals and clinics.

Add this news to stories about the new bird flu, H7N9, and the novel coronavirus that’s killed people in the Middle East and sickened some in Europe (sometimes dubbed “the next SARS”), and it may feel like there are meddlesome microbes everywhere you look. The real danger may be that the frequency of these warnings may numb our sensitivity to CREs, which are actually a hugely significant and complex problem. (Remember, the CDC called them a nightmare.)

 

 

So let’s break down CREs so we can understand them a bit better: “Enterobacteriaceae” may not be a household name, but you’re already familiar with some of the bacteria in the CRE family, which include Escherichia coli (E. coli)SalmonellaYersinia pestis (plague), and Klebsiella.

Enterobacteriaceae are what are called “gram-negative” bacteria. Hans Christian Gram, a 19th- century scientist, is the namesake for this bacteria classification. Through a method known as gram-staining, he discovered that some bacteria had a single cell lining; these are called “gram-positive” bacteria. Others have a double cell lining and these are the gram-negative kind. The double lining is simultaneously what can cause illness in people and also allows these bacteria to more effectively fight off the human immune system, making them the more dangerous of the two bacteria.

Many antibiotics are designed to kill bacteria by destroying a single cell lining. Carbapenems are part of the smaller class of antibiotics that was designed to fight through both linings. Carbapenems are similar to penicillins, but have a slightly different structure. Some of the antibiotics in this class are doripenem (brand name: Finipax), meropenem (brand name: Meronem or Monam), and ertapenem (brand name: Invanz).

Carbapenems are effective against a range of bacteria but are actually often seen as a “last-resort” antibiotic because of their potency; these antibiotics are unaffected by some of the mechanisms that double-cell-lining bacteria use to survive. In other words, bacteria are typically vulnerable or susceptible to carbapenem antibiotics. That said, this is a good time to remember your Antibiotics 101: The more we expose bacteria to antibiotics, the more chances the germs have to develop resistance against these same drugs. Because carbapenem drugs work against so many bacteria, the idea is to use them only when necessary to avoid the development of drug resistance.

In 2001, carbapenem antibiotics met their match. A study in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy described a Klebsiella pneumoniae infection in a North Carolina hospital that was able to fend off multiple antibiotics, including carbapenems. What the study found was the presence of an enzyme, Klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemase-1 (or KPC, and yes, that sounds frustratingly similar to carbapenem, the name of the antibiotic) that degraded carbapenems, penicillins, andcephalosporins–in other words, all the antibiotics that the doctors threw at the infection. So while we talk about bacteria that are resistant to a drug, what’s actually causing the nightmare is an enzymethat destroys the antibiotic, rendering enterobacteriaceae drug- resistant.

The Klebsiella bacteria in that North Carolina hospital basically picked up a shield, almost as if it had “powered up.” Think of a role-play video game in which your character can collect items and skills to get stronger. If this Klebsiella pneumoniae bacteria were in your game, it just picked up a super-advanced weapon and a level-10 shield.

Unfortunately, KPC isn’t the only enzyme we know of that can defeat carbapenems. In 2008, in another landmark study published in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, authors described the case of a man hospitalized in India with a not-so-uncommon urinary tract infection caused by a not-so-uncommon bacteria: Klebsiella pneumoniae. The uncommon factor was that the man’sKlebsiella was disturbingly resistant to antibiotics. And thus a new enzyme–New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamase-1, or NDM-1–was discovered. In both these examples, Klebsiella pneumoniae was the resistant bacteria. However, other commonly found bacteria, such as E. coli, can produce KPC and NDM-1 enzymes and become resistant, too.

Perhaps the best-known outbreak of carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae in the U.S. was at a National Institutes of Health (NIH) hospital. In June 2011 a woman infected with carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae was admitted to the Clinical Center of the NIH. Despite precautionary measures taken by hospital staff, 17 other patients became sick and 11 died. Then, in 2012, there were four cases of CREs with NDM-1 enzymes reported to the CDC, two in Colorado and two in Rhode Island. There have also been reports of the enzyme in a military hospital in Afghanistan. In the Wired science blog, Superbug, Maryn McKenna reports NDM-1 even being found in a domestic cat in the U.S. CREs aren’t just happening here, either; common gram-negative bacteria with resistance to carbapenems are popping up all over the world.

So what puts someone at risk for an infection with CREs? Exposure to antibiotics and health-care facilities are the two big risk factors. A long hospital stay, catheter use, organ or stem cell transplants, and mechanical ventilation all put people at a higher risk of CRE infection. So if you steer clear of those things, you’ll be doing yourself a favor. But not everyone can do that, of course. Dr. Eli Perencevich of the University of Iowa is concerned about our lack of response to these infections and how they will negatively affect the types of surgeries and procedures we’re able to perform. In an interview with USA Today Perencevich suggests that we’re entering the “post-antibiotic era.”

It is a terrifying fact that there are so few drugs that work against CREs. Some are old and have been shelved because of their high toxicity. Then there are other of these bacteria for which we have no method of treatment. The most important thing we can do is to make sure the infection doesn’t spread. Healthcare professionals need to take extreme cautions and infected patients may even need to be isolated. In an interview with NPR Perencevich suggested that hospitals and other healthcare facilities must get better at detecting resistant bacteria; the sooner we know they’re around, the faster we can work to contain them. The CDC recommends improved communication between healthcare facilities, so if one facility detects a CRE, it should alert others. The agency also advises healthcare administrators to ask patients if they’ve received care in other facilities. And of course appropriate use of antibiotics is necessary; in short, people shouldn’t be prescribed the drugs for viruses and other ailments that antibiotics can’t treat.

If there’s one message that bears repeating, it’s that CREs, like all superbugs, should never be underestimated.

–By Anna Tomasulo

why teens abusing drugs easier?

Image

Easily Influenced Friend
Teens still has a soul which unstable and are still looking for identity. So easily                            influenced and participated – along with friends
• Curiosity is high
Teens like to try it – new things, including that can harm him.
• Solidarity Group
Strong sense of solidarity with friends cause it hard to resist the pressure of the group members including drug bid
• Want to Perform Stand
Teens often seek care in the hope looks bold, confident and look different
• Eliminate Tired and stress Sense
Teens often think of drugs can solve the problems faced by

 

Image

why teens abusing drugs easier?
• Easily Influenced Friend
Teens still has a soul which unstable and are still looking for identity. So easily influenced and participated – along with friends
• Curiosity is high
Teens like to try it – new things, including that can harm him.
• Solidarity Group
Strong sense of solidarity with friends cause it hard to resist the pressure of the group members including drug bid
• Want to Perform Stand
Teens often seek care in the hope looks bold, confident and look different
• Eliminate Tired and stress Sense
Teens often think of drugs can solve the problems faced by
• Desire Revolting
Most teens use drugs as a reaction to the uprising against parental authority

HIGH RISK YOUTH
Teens Who are:
• Unable to communicate with parents
• Not be under the supervision of a parent
• low self-control
• Self-confidence and low self-esteem
• Do not want to follow the rules / norms / rules
• Like capturing the thrill
• Associating / live in the neighborhood drug abuse
• Isolated or difficult to adjust to the environment.
• Have a family member of drug abuse
• Low appreciation of spiritual

Dehydration Can Damage Heart

By Innes Sabatini ghiboo.com

Water is important in the body. That’s why the lack of fluids triggers a variety of health problems, including heart problems.

According to nutrition experts, Dr.. Luciana B Sutanto, MS, SpGK, water shortages could affect the stability of the heart, especially in people with heart problems.

“The survey shows that about 46 percent of Indonesia chronic mild dehydration. Since our bodies are 70 percent of the water, then this condition gradually make damaged organs,” added dr. Luciana in Water Can Prevent Dehydration event at Grand Sahid Jakarta (28/2).

Study in the American Journal of Epidemiology has also been proven that people who used to drink water more than five cups a day can reduce the risk of death from heart attack by 41 percent.

“Lack of fluid makes the blood more viscous. Incriminating blood can coagulate the heart to pump blood throughout the body. This is what triggered the heart attack,” said dr. Luciana.

Is Smoking Good For Us

Is Smoking Good for Us?

Before we are going to smoke, it is better to look at the fact. About 50 thousands people die every year in Britain as direct result of smoking. This is seven times as many as die in road accidents. Nearly a quarter of smokers die because of diseases caused by smoking.

Stains or stain for tobacco. Teeth can be discolored due to tobacco. Originally stains caused by nicotine is considered, but the fact is the result of burning tobacco in the form of tar. Nicotine itself is colorless and easily soluble. Shafer and his colleagues say that the brown color occurs in regular smokers, being black in smokers using the pipe. The stains are easy to clean because it is only found in the plains outside of the teeth. But in people who smoked during his life, the stain can get into the tooth enamel superficial and difficult to remove.

Additionally, children of smoker are more likely to develop bronchitis and pneumonia. In one hour in smoky room, non smoker breathes as much as substance causing cancer as if he had smoked fifteen cigarettes. Adolescence is the most sensitive phase to the beginning of smoking behavior. Change for change in adolescents with childhood age transition into adult nature desire to bring the various matters to attempt new included smoke. Cigarette use in adolescence is seen as behavior to experiment before the eternal adolescent becomes an adult smokers.

Smoking is really good for tobacco companies because they do make much money from smoking habit. Smoking however is not good for every body else.

_44084705_impotence