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How to Prevent Eye Strain in Computer & Mobile Users

As the time is passing by, we are becoming more & more dependent on computers & mobiles, both for work and entertainment. Although,...

These lovely images are taken by an amateur enthusiast from UK named Robert Harrison. The whole experiment costed him $ 747 which on the other hand, costs millions of dollars to NASA to have such  images of space.

Robert Harrison, 38, an IT director, has launched 12 high-altitude balloons (HABs) since 2008.

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Why do I exercise?
  • It reduces the risk of heart disease.
  • It helps keep your blood pressure within normal limits.
  • It lowers cholesterol levels.
  • It strengthens your immune system.
  • It improves concentration, memory, alertness, and creativity.
  • It reduces stress and depression.
  • It improves sleep.
  • It reduces the risk of bone loss, which is very important as we age.
  • It promotes overall health.
What are the recommendations?
World TB, or Tuberculosis, Day is celebrated every year on 24th March to raise awareness about the global epidemic of tuberculosis (TB) and efforts to eliminate the disease. One-third of the world's population is currently infected with TB. Tuberculosis, malaria, & human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) together kill more than 5 million people annually.
The annual event on 24 March marks the day in 1882 when Dr Robert Koch detected the cause of tuberculosis, i.e., the bacterium known as Mycobacterium Tuberculosis. So,
What is Tuberculosis?
Tuberculosis, or TB, is an infectious disease that usually affects the lungs but that can attack other parts of the body.
What causes tuberculosis?
The bacterium known as Mycobacterium Tuberculosis.
How it is spread?
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Bill gates visited Antarctica in February '10 along with his father & son. He has published a lovely 6 min documentary on his personal webpage, in which he mentions about beautiful ice scapes and the wildlife such as seals & penguins. The video is very soft & nicely scripted.

A marvelous art piece must for the Nature lovers!

A Merseyside soldier blinded by a grenade in Iraq has said his life has been turned around by technology that allows him to "see" with his tongue.

L/Cpl Craig Lundberg, 24, from Walton, Merseyside, can read words, identify shapes and walk unaided using the BrainPort device.

The Ministry of Defense (MoD) selected him to trial the pioneering device which is comprised of a tiny video camera attached to a pair of sunglasses linked to a plastic "lolly pop", which the user places on their tongue to read the electrical pulses.
The soldier said the device gives off "a pins & needles sensation but it’s only a prototype and the potential to change my life is massive.”

Every year the World Kidney Day is observed on the second Thursday of March and this time it was arranged on 11th March, '10. The aim of this day is to raise awareness about kidney and its diseases.

Kidney is one of the vital organs of the body. Some basic functions of the kidney are, to filter waste products from the blood, to maintain electrolyte balance, to regulate blood pressure and to regulate the production red blood cells.

Having worked in the kidney (nephrology) unit for two months, I observed that the two most common diseases which lead to renal failure are uncontrolled diabetes and high blood pressure. Both of these diseases damage the kidney silently. In a country like Pakistan, about 30 percent of the patients get aware of their renal problem when their kidneys cease to function and only 10 percent have access to Renal Replacement Therapy. And this is what the purpose of the day is, i.e., to raise awareness about the value of kidneys and their related diseases.

So please get yourself & others aware of the importance of the kidneys and try to live a healthy life.

More details and information can be found at World Kidney Day's website.
Proudly announcing the launch of my very own personal webpage, doctorahsan.net. It will be going through some design and service testing for a week but when this page gets fully functional, I promise that it will definetly bring a change in your life.

I will love to hear your comments.
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