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What do sex and hunger have in common?

In Uncategorized on September 29, 2009 at 6:54 am

What do sex and hunger have in common?

Sex and hunger are regulated through the brain chemical NPY, which decreases metabolism and increases appetite.


Interesting Facts about WOMEN

In Uncategorized on September 23, 2009 at 6:20 am


# Women especially love a bargain. The question of ‘need’ is irrelevant, so don’t bother pointing it out. Anything on sale is fair game.

# Women never have anything to wear. Don’t question the racks of clothes in the closet; you ‘just don’t understand’.

# Women need to cry. And they won’t do it alone unless they know you can hear them.

# Women will always ask questions that have no right answer, in an effort to trap you into feeling guilty.

# Women love to talk. Silence intimidates them and they feel a need to fill it, even if they have nothing to say.

# Women need to feel like there are people worse off than they are. That’s why soap operas and Oprah Winfrey-type shows are so successful.
# Women hate bugs. Even the strong-willed ones need a man around when there’s a spider or a wasp involved.

# Women keep three different shampoos and two different conditioners in the shower. After a woman showers, the bathroom will smell like a tropical rain forest.

# Women can’t keep secrets. They eat away at them from the inside. And they don’t view it as being untrustworthy, providing they only tell two or three people.

# Women always go to public restrooms in groups. It gives them a chance to gossip.
# Women can’t refuse to answer a ringing phone, no matter what she’s doing. It might be the lottery calling.
# Women never understand why men love toys. Men understand that they wouldn’t need toys if women had an ‘on/off’ switch.

Breaking up is hard…”Can’t We Be Friends?”

In Uncategorized on September 23, 2009 at 6:06 am

Breaking up is hard to do, but trying to go from romantic to platonic …………..the pain. “Can’t We Be Friends?”

How to impress a girl?

In Uncategorized on September 23, 2009 at 6:03 am

hey men, what’s the line you use on your girl’s besties to impress them?

Boys are seen roaming around girls desperately trying to impress them and win their love for them without realizing the fact….


What’s the Difference?

In Uncategorized on September 13, 2009 at 3:47 am

Important Health Alert, please pass it on to your family n friends!  

What’s the Difference?
Mammograms vs Thermography  Breast Cancer.  
The coincidence is, more and more organisations, doctors and government hospitals are pushing women to go for mammograms.
other ladies that you know and  gentlemen, please disseminate this email to all the ladies in your lives which poses risks of  cancer.  Mammography also compresses your breasts tightly, and often painfully, which could lead to a lethal spread of cancerous cells, should they exist. radiation exposure increasing breast cancer risk by about 1 percent, with a cumulative 10 percent increased risk for each breast over a decade’s screening,” points out Dr. Samuel Epstein, one of the top cancer experts. Medicine at the University of Illinois School of Public Health, and chairman of the Cancer Prevention Coalition, has been speaking out about the risks of mammography since at least 1992.   says: of people for the sake of their own power, prestige and financial gain, resulting in suffering and death for millions of women. They fit the classification of “crimes against humanity.”” Dr. Epstein’s findings “unethical and invalid.”  In July 1995, The Lancet again wrote about mammograms,  saying “The benefit is marginal, the harm caused is substantial, and the costs incurred are enormous..” pharmacology at the National Cancer Institute, said, “Mammograms increase the risk for developing breast cancer and raise the risk of spreading or metastasizing an existing growth.” radiation-induced cancer was known by 1970.  Nevertheless, the establishment then screened some 300,000 women with Xray   dosages so high as to increase breast cancer risk by up to  20 percent in women aged 40 to 50 who were mammogramed annually,” wrote Dr. Epstein.  mammography, particularly trans illumination with infrared scanning,” Dr. Epstein points out.  Most physicians continue to recommend mammograms for fear of being sued by a woman who develops breast cancer after which he did not advise her to get one. But I encourage you to think for yourself and consider safer, more effective alternatives to mammograms. thermography. radiation of infrared heat from your body and translates this information into anatomical images. Your normal blood circulation is under the control  of your autonomic nervous system, which governs your body functions. earlier, because it can image the early stages of angiogenesis (the formation of a direct supply of blood to cancer cells, which is a necessary step before they can grow into tumors of size).

Dear Ladies,

Is it any wonder that nowadays more and more women globally are having


Mammograms – ladies, please note it for health reasons and send them to

Well for starters mammograms expose your body to radiation that can be 1,000 times greater than that from a chest x-ray,

“The premenopausal breast is highly sensitive to radiation, each 1

Dr. Epstein, M.D., professor emeritus of Environmental and Occupational

As for how these misguided mammography guidelines came about, Epstein

“They were conscious, chosen, politically expedient acts by a small group

Not surprisingly, as often happens when anyone dares speak out against those in power, both the American Cancer Society and NCI called

But this didn’t stop others from speaking out as well.

Dr. Charles B. Simone, a former clinical associate in immunology and

“The high sensitivity of the breast, especially in young women, to

Safe Screening Methods do Exist: The Benefits of Thermography

But you’re not likely to hear about them from your general practitioner.
” … The establishment ignores safe and effective alternatives to

The option for breast screening that I most highly recommend is called

Thermographic breast screening is brilliantly simple. It measures the

Thermography uses no mechanical pressure or ionizing radiation, and can detect signs of breast cancer years earlier than either mammography or a physical exam.

Mammography cannot detect a tumor until after it has been growing for years and reaches a certain size.

Thermography is able to detect the possibility of breast cancer much

DO you feel especially anxious when a particular person has called and left a message (sms/short message service) for you to return the call?

In Uncategorized on September 13, 2009 at 3:39 am

DO you feel especially anxious when a particular person has called and left a message (sms/short message service) for you to return the call?

Talent + preparation = success

In Uncategorized on September 13, 2009 at 3:16 am
Talent + preparation = success
Why so many people fail to prepare?