|You Are Right Brained in Love|
You have an open heart. You fall in love easily and get hurt just as easily.
You are spontaneous with relationships. You go with the flow and don't worry about the future.
You are romantic, empathetic, and caring. More than most people, you really love being in love.
Monday, August 31, 2009
|Dropper||# of drops|
|All Stace, All the Time||29|
|Art By Paul Baines||26|
|Hello Kitty Gifts||24|
|My Online Journey||23|
Sunday, August 30, 2009
Saturday, August 29, 2009
|Your Gift is Sensitivity|
Your sensitivity helps you get a lot out of life. You appreciate every moment more.
It's hard for you to divorce yourself from your feelings. You notice every little thing around you.
You're the type of person who finds empathy and compassion easy.
Friday, August 28, 2009
Thursday, August 27, 2009
|You Are Realistic Fiction|
You are always willing to lend an ear to a friend with a problem. And you're even pretty good at giving advice!
Some may accuse you of loving drama, but you just seem to find yourself in the middle of it.
You are a true people person. You find the lives of others to be fascinating. You're up for hearing anyone's life story.
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Found this post on Fort Thompson while I was doing my regular visits last night. I was kinda curious on how am I going to answer such questions posted.
1. You can ONLY answer Yes or No.
2. You are NOT ALLOWED to explain ANYTHING unless someone comments and asks!
Kissed any one of your Facebook friends? yes
Been arrested? yes
Been in a fight? no
Fallen fast for someone? yes
Regretted a relationship? yes
Been in a tornado? no
Fallen asleep at work/school? yes
Ran a red light? yes
Experienced love at first sight? yes
Totaled your car/motorbike in an accident? yes
Been fired from a job? no
Fired somebody? no
Sang karaoke? yes
Pointed a gun at someone? no
Done something you told yourself you wouldn't? yes
Laughed until something you were drinking came out your nose? no
Caught a snowflake on your tongue? no
Kissed in the rain? yes
Swam in the ocean? yes
Been to a concert? yes
Laughed till you cried? yes
Sang in the shower? yes
Smoked a cigar? yes
Sat on a rooftop? yes
Smuggled something into another country? no
Been pushed into a pool with all your clothes? yes
Broken a bone? yes
Skipped school? yes
Got a speeding ticket? no
Eaten a bug? yes
Walked a moonlit beach? yes
Rode a motorcycle / dirt bike? yes
Dumped someone? yes
Seen a baby born? yes
Lied to avoid a ticket? yes
Ridden in a helicopter? no
Shaved your head? no
Played a prank on someone? yes
Hit a home run? yes
Felt like killing someone? yes
Cross dressed? no
Been falling down drunk? yes
Made your girlfriend/boyfriend cry? yes
Had Mexican jumping beans for pets? no
Puked on an amusement ride? no
Seriously & intentionally boycotted something? yes
Been in a band? no
Knitted or crocheted? yes
Been on TV? yes
Shot a gun? yes
Skinny dipped? no
Gave someone stitches? yes
Eaten whole jalapeno pepper? no
Ridden a surfboard? no
Had surgery? yes
Taken by ambulance to hospital? no
Tripped on mushrooms? no
Passed out when not drinking? yes
Peed outside? yes
Donated blood? no
Grabbed electric fence? no
Eaten alligator meat? no
Eaten cheesecake? yes
Eaten a kids' Halloween candy? yes
Killed an animal when not hunting? no
Peed your pants in public? no
Snuck into a movie without paying? no
Written graffiti? yes
Still love someone you shouldn't? no
Think about the future? yes
Been in handcuffs? no
Believe in love? yes
Sleep on a certain side of the bed? yes
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
|You Are Confident and Dominant|
You know how to be strong for yourself and the people you love. You have a protective streak.
You sometimes come off as a little assertive. You know what you want, and you're not afraid to go get it.
The only thing you require from people is that they're straight with you. You are ready for the truth.
Monday, August 24, 2009
I'm giving them a award which is called Loyal Friend And Visitor Award. Thanks to you Proud Mommy and Dance of life. More power to your blogs.
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Can you imagine this making my life very difficult. I can access most sites at work (where I am now), but even here it seems very slow it is usually network timeout.
The only solution that I can do is to get another internet to other network because in other network they don't experience the problem that we encounter.
So to the other people who want to get their internet make a survey first before you avail.
Saturday, August 22, 2009
|You Are Very Joyful|
There are moments so perfect that time has stood still and you wish you could freeze it forever.
You are so joyful because you appreciate the small things in life. You know joy is more about who you are than what you have.
You are thankful to be alive, and you know that things could be a lot worse. You are content with your life.
Friday, August 21, 2009
|You Are 63% Open|
And while you do catch yourself blabbing on from time to time, you usually exhibit restraint.
You're openness is quite refreshing, and it encourages other people to be open with you!
Thursday, August 20, 2009
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
|You Are a Family and Friends Centric Facebook User|
You love to connect with friends and family members online. Staying in touch is important to you.
You are likely to be more educated and more affluent than the average internet user. You are picky about advertising, spam, and aesthetics.
You are likely to use the Internet for everything, including leisure and business. Except that for you, Facebook pretty much is the Internet.
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
|Your Walk Says You're Approachable|
Other people see you as humble and down to earth. You don't put on airs.
You are cooperative, easy going, and liberal minded. You are accepting of new ideas, and you truly believe that you can learn from people.
You tend to be all work and very little play. You are too responsible to let loose.
Monday, August 17, 2009
12. Influenza A-H1N1 (Swine Flu)
Since the WHO declaration of a pandemic, the new H1N1 virus has continued to spread, with the number of countries reporting cases of novel H1N1 nearly doubling. In the United States, significant novel H1N1 illness has continued into the summer, with localized and in some cases intense outbreaks occurring.
The United States continues to report the largest number of novel H1N1 cases of any country worldwide.” In good news, you aren’t likely to get swine flu, and if you do get it, you are even less likely to die from it. As of July 2009, 40,000 people had contracted swine flu in the U.S. and 263 people have died from it. This means you have a .000131 chance of already catching it, and a .0000000864 of dying from it at current levels.
13. Bubonic Plague
The plague is thought to have originated in the Egyptian desert and then spread through trade routes by rats stowing away in merchant’s caravans and boats. Other researches contend that the plague began in the East and spread throughout Europe from Asia. The plague kills after swelling lymph glands into buboes found in the armpits, groin, and throat regions. The nursery rhyme “Ring Around the Rosy,” alludes to the plague’s rose-colored soars that painfully made everybody “all fall down.”
These are all the deadliest diseases that we should aware.
Sunday, August 16, 2009
Unfortunately, the flu can mutate into new diseases such as bird flu and swine flu. According to the WHO, “Influenza affects mainly the nose, throat, bronchi and, occasionally, lungs. Infection usually lasts for about a week, and is characterized by sudden onset of high fever, aching muscles, headache and severe malaise, non-productive cough, sore throat and rhinitis.”
11. Avian Influenza (Bird Flu)
“Human influenza virus” usually refers to those subtypes that spread widely among humans. Symptoms of avian influenza in humans have ranged from typical human influenza-like symptoms to eye infections, pneumonia, severe respiratory diseases and other severe and life-threatening complications. “ The WHO estimates 421 cases and 257 deaths have occurred since the outbreak started in 2003. Indonesia was the country hardest hit by the disease with 115 deaths.
Saturday, August 15, 2009
The disease is vector-borne, (transmitted by mosquitoes) and Americans are generally exposed only while traveling to exotic locales. Malaria medication, insecticides, and fresh bed nets can reduce the risk of infection significantly.
9. SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)
In the United States, only eight people had laboratory evidence of SARS-CoV infection. All of the infected people had traveled to other parts of the world affected by SARS. Chinese scientists believe that the disease-jumped species from the civet cat to humans after the “cats” were eaten as food. The civet cat is a carnivorous mammalian animal similar to a cat but with a pointed muzzle not unlike a mongoose or otter.
Friday, August 14, 2009
An ancient sickness, leprosy has plagued peoples from Egypt to China, and, because of the crippling physical signs of the disease, has often left people outcast and quarantined in lonely leper colonies. Today, with modern treatment, there have only been several thousand deaths from leprosy, mostly in Asia, South East Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean.
Thursday, August 13, 2009
Without proper treatment the disease can be fatal which is why it used to be the leading cause of death in the United States. Today, according to the WHO, someone in the world is newly infected with TB bacilli every second. Overall, one-third of the world’s population is currently infected with the TB bacillus. The WHO explains, “people infected with TB bacilli will not necessarily become sick with the disease.
The immune system ‘walls off’ the TB bacilli which, protected by a thick waxy coat, can lie dormant for years. When someone’s immune system is weakened, the chances of becoming sick are greater which is why it is so dangerous to patients infected with HIV/Aids. The “White Death” has claimed untold lives in its long history, easily killing many millions of victims.
Because of modern American sanitation and sewage infrastructures, the risk for contamination in the United States is low, but travelers to Sub-Saharan Africa and India should be aware of the risks presented by the disease. Since cholera kills through severe dehydration, getting more and more people access to clean drinking water will continue to decrease incidents of infection.
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
3. Yellow Fever
Today, the disease is most prevalent in South America and Africa. Over the last 400 years, millions of people have been infected by yellow fever. Many, but not all of these victims have perished. The WHO estimates that there are around 200,000 new cases a year with around 30,000 deaths resulting from the infection.
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
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Fortunately, swine flu has largely oinked-out with nowhere near the destructiveness of its earliest prognosis. As far as outbreaks go, it was small and mostly non-lethal, but swine flu did have the potential to do significant damage, to become something bigger, to evolve into a pandemic. AllHealthcare decided to look into our pandemic past to discover clues to our most recent pig-plague scare.
So, what is a pandemic anyway? Pandemic is a Greek word (pan: all, demos: people) that means, “Widespread or general,” it describes an “epidemic that spreads over a large geographic area infecting a sizeable proportion of the population.” The World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes a pandemic after these three conditions:
• Disease is infectious to humans
• Disease emerges that is new to a population
• Disease spreads quickly and sustainably between people
There have been victims of disease since the very beginning of human history; death was a natural and often early part of our ancestral past. If unwelcome, death was at least typical. But occasionally these diseases were so virulent and powerful that they threatened to eliminate entire peoples. These outbreaks were anything but typical. From the Bubonic Plague to HIV, mankind has struggled to understand, control, and eradicate these mass deaths. Where we have failed and they have won, we’ve witnessed a pandemic. AllHealthcare have compiled a list of history’s 13 worst pandemics to keep you healthily educated on our past. Read on, stay hygienic, and whatever you do—avoid these next 13 killers like the plague.
These are some samples of the diseases and there looks:
1. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
HIV is different from most other viruses because it attacks the immune system. The immune system gives our bodies the ability to fight infections. HIV finds and destroys a type of white blood cell (T cells or CD4 cells) that the immune system must have to fight disease.” AIDS is the final and deadly stage of HIV infection. More than 25 million people have died of Aids since 1981.
Monday, August 10, 2009
|You Are Very Popular|
You have many friends from many walks of life. And they all enjoy your company.
You understand that to have good friends you need to be a good friend first.
Your friends know that they can trust you to be honest, loyal, and fun.
Sunday, August 9, 2009
I feel that it is important that we make each day a meaningful one for our family especially to our parents.
Saturday, August 8, 2009
Studies have shown that there are 63,730 annual deaths for influenza and pneumonia (NVSR Sep 2001); estimated 20,000 deaths from flu (NIAID). It is also the 7th in 1999 and 2000 is "pneumonia/influenza." ( )
Flu-related deaths can result from pneumonia and from exacerbations of cardiopulmonary conditions and other . Deaths of older adults account for more than 90% of deaths attributed to pneumonia and influenza.
Health is the only problem with the seasonal flu. Financial costs are also a major concern with the cost of health care and hospitalization increasing over the past few years.
There are five main options that people use to fight the flu — vaccines, antivirals, antibiotics, over -the-counter treatments, and non-medical alternatives. But of course a healthy diet and exercise are also essentials for keeping your body in tip-top shape.
For more information on how to fight the seasonal flu, visit http://www.bakuna.ph and do your share.
Friday, August 7, 2009
Department of Health Secretary Francisco T. Duque III reiterates the boosting of one's immune system is still the best defense against the virus. With proper diet, exercise, vitamins and vaccinations, one can help your body defend against the virus and other illnesses especially during this time of the year. The seasonal flu is also something one should not take lightly as it can dramatically bring down one's resistance to viruses and other illnesses.
"We want to make it clear that high-risk groups, once they have the flu
symptoms, should immediately go to their doctor. They should not wait for
their symptoms to worsen because they are prone to
many infections other
than the novel virus such as our seasonal flu strains," Duque clarified.
Thursday, August 6, 2009
|You Are Eastern|
Discovering who you are and the meaning of your life is very important to you.
You see life as a journey, and you hope to learn as much as you possibly can.
You believe that living a virtuous and reflective life is how to reach enlightenment.
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Filipinos relive EDSA spirit again!
…But this time, there was no protest. Hundreds of thousands of Filipinos trooped to the streets,today despite the heavy rain and sudden changes of weather conditions to pay their last respects for the late former President Corazon Aquino. People from all walks of life chanted her name, flashed the L (laban) sign, wore yellow, and threw yellow confetti and flowers as Cory’s funeral convoy passed by from the Manila Cathedral to the Manila Memorial Park.
No further words are needed to describe but the strong emotions are there that moved the throngs of people during the funeral procession.
You will see in this pictures are the mourning Filipino people waiting to see the wake of the late Pres. Corazon Aquino, how much the Filipino love the late Pres.,our national icon and the mother of democracy.
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
A TRIBUTE to a GREAT Leader!!!
Tomorrow our beloved Corazon C. Aquino will lay down beside her husband the late Senator Benigno " NINOY " Aquino at the Manila Memorial Park in Sucat, Paranaque. She always remembered as a good leader that give freedom to the Filipino people.
The Filipino people salutes you for ALL your contributions. May you rest in peace in the kingdom of God.YOU will be missed by everybody!!!
Monday, August 3, 2009
Sunday, August 2, 2009
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|Beyond Left Field||18|
|atenean101 @ Blogspot||17|
|The Matthias Chronicles||16|
|Losing It - Getting Fit||16|
|Coming Back to Life|
Saturday, August 1, 2009
The 76-year-old Aquino was diagnosed last year (March 24,2009) with stage 2 colon cancer and was treated with chemotherapy. Last May, she undergo surgery to remove parts of her colon and was brought to the Makati Medical Center in June due to loss of appetite. She never left the hospital, as her declining condition sparked a wave of emotion of the many people especially Filipino people and prompted the widespread appearance of yellow ribbons - on trees, car antennas, and even the Web in the country.Even the Pope gave his prayers to the family of Mrs. Aquino.
Senator Aquino informed everyone that, "She would have wanted us to thank each and everyone of you for all your continued love and support. It was her wish for all of us to pray for one another and for our country. Hinihiling ng aming pamilya ng kaunting panahon para makasama ang aming ina."
Dressed in her signature yellow, Mrs. Aquino rallied the middle class in a series of protests culminating in the 1986 people power revolt that toppled the 20-year regime of strongman Ferdinand Marcos and swept her to the presidency.
She blamed the Marcos government for the assassination of her husband, opposition leader Benigno “Ninoy" Aquino Jr., who was gunned down at the NINOY AQUINO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ( NAIA) upon returning from exile in 1983.
The former housewife reluctantly took over as Marcos’ main challenger, becoming an international icon of democracy after her victory sparked a wave of pro-democracy movements around the world. Time Magazine named Mrs. Aquino its Woman of the Year in 1986.
After her presidency, Mrs. Aquino retired to private life. She took an active interest in painting, with flowers and women as subjects, and joined various art exhibits to raise funds for her advocacies: the Senator Benigno S. Aquino, Jr. Foundation, Pinoy Me, ASA Foundation, and People Power People.
For the Filipino people she is one of our Hero because she fought for our democracy.To the family of Mrs. Corazon C. Aquino, our condolences and may she rest in peace with God.