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Healthy Plan

Health Watch

Sleeping Early

Cancer causing food

Brain damaging Habits

Causes of liver damage


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Lesson 1 FIRST AID cpr

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR): First aid

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a lifesaving technique useful in many emergencies, including heart attack or near drowning, in which someone's breathing or heartbeat has stopped. CPR involves a combination of mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing and chest compression that keeps oxygenated blood flowing to the brain and other vital organs until more definitive medical treatment can restore a normal heart rhythm.

When the heart stops, the absence of oxygenated blood can cause irreparable brain damage in only a few minutes. Death will occur within eight to 10 minutes. Time is critical when you're helping an unconscious person who isn't breathing.

To learn CPR properly, take an accredited first-aid training course, including CPR and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED).

Before you begin
Assess the situation before starting CPR:

§  Is the person conscious or unconscious?

§  If the person appears unconscious, tap or shake his or her shoulder and ask loudly, "Are you OK?"

§  If the person doesn't respond, call 911 (or your local emergency number), or have someone else do it. But if you're alone and the victim is an infant or a child age 1 to 8 who needs CPR, perform two minutes of CPR before calling for help.




Remember the ABCs
Airway, Breathing and Circulation — to remember the steps explained below.

AIRWAY: Clear the airway

1.  Put the person on his or her back on a firm surface.

2.  Kneel next to the person's neck and shoulders.

3.  Open the person's airway using the head tilt-chin lift. Put your palm on the person's forehead and gently push down. Then with the other hand, gently lift the chin forward to open the airway.

4.  Check for normal breathing, taking no more than 10 seconds: Look for chest motion, listen for breath sounds, and feel for the person's breath on your cheek and ear. Do not consider gasping to be normal breathing. If the person isn't breathing normally or you aren't sure, begin mouth-to-mouth breathing.

BREATHING: Breathe for the person

Rescue breathing can be mouth-to-mouth breathing or mouth-to-nose breathing if the mouth is seriously injured or can't be opened.

1.  With the airway open (using the head tilt-chin lift), pinch the nostrils shut for mouth-to-mouth breathing and cover the person's mouth with yours, making a seal.

2.  Prepare to give two rescue breaths. Give the first rescue breath — lasting one second — and watch to see if the chest rises. If it does rise, give the second breath. If the chest doesn't rise, repeat the head tilt-chin lift and then give the second breath.

3.  Begin chest compressions — go to "CIRCULATION" below.

CIRCULATION: Restore blood circulation

1.  Place the heel of one hand over the center of the person's chest, between the nipples. Place your other hand on top of the first hand. Keep your elbows straight and position your shoulders directly above your hands.

2.  Use your upper body weight (not just your arms) as you push straight down on (compress) the chest 1 1/2 to 2 inches. Push hard and push fast — give two compressions per second, or about 100 compressions per minute.

3.  After 30 compressions, tilt the head back and lift the chin up to open the airway. Prepare to give two rescue breaths. Pinch the nose shut and breathe into the mouth for one second. If the chest rises, give a second rescue breath. If the chest doesn’t rise, repeat the head tilt-chin lift and then give the second rescue breath. That's one cycle. If someone else is available, ask that person to give two breaths after you do 30 compressions.

4.  If the person has not begun moving after five cycles (about two minutes) and an automated external defibrillator (AED) is available, open the kit and follow the prompts. If you're not trained to use an AED, a 911 operator may be able to guide you in its use. Trained staff at many public places are also able to provide and use an AED. Use pediatric pads, if available, for children ages 1 to 8. If pediatric pads aren't available, use adult pads. Do not use an AED for infants younger than age 1. If an AED isn't available, go to Number 5 below.

5.  Continue CPR until there are signs of movement or until emergency medical personnel take over.

To perform CPR on a child:

The procedure for giving CPR to a child age 1 through 8 is essentially the same as that for an adult. The differences are as follows:

§  Perform five cycles of compressions and breaths on the child — this should take about two minutes — before calling 911 or the local emergency number, unless someone else can call while you attend to the child.

§  Use only one hand to perform heart compressions.

§  Breathe more gently.

§  Use the same compression/breath rate as is used for adults: 30 compressions followed by two breaths. This is one cycle. Following the two breaths, immediately begin the next cycle of compressions and breaths. Continue until the victim moves or help arrives.

To perform CPR on a baby:

Most cardiac arrests in infants occur from lack of oxygen, such as from drowning or choking. If you know the infant has an airway obstruction, perform first aid for choking. If you don't know why the infant isn't breathing, perform CPR.

To begin, assess the situation. Stroke the baby and watch for a response, such as movement, but don't shake the child.

If there's no response, follow the ABC procedures below and time the call for help as follows:

§  If you're the only rescuer and CPR is needed, do CPR for two minutes — about five cycles — before calling 911 or your local emergency number.

§  If another person is available, have that person call for help immediately while you attend to the baby.

AIRWAY: Clear the airway

1.  Place the baby on his or her back on firm, flat surface, such as a table. The floor or ground also will do.

2.  Gently tip the head back by lifting the chin with one hand and pushing down on the forehead with the other hand.

3.  In no more than 10 seconds, put your ear near the baby's mouth and check for breathing: Look for chest motion, listen for breath sounds, and feel for breath on your cheek and ear.

If the infant isn't breathing, begin mouth-to-mouth breathing immediately.

BREATHING: Breathe for the infant

1.  Cover the baby's mouth and nose with your mouth.

2.  Prepare to give two rescue breaths. Use the strength of your cheeks to deliver gentle puffs of air (instead of deep breaths from your lungs) to slowly breathe into the baby's mouth one time, taking one second for the breath. Watch to see if the baby's chest rises. If it does, give a second rescue breath. If the chest does not rise, repeat the head tilt-chin lift and then give the second breath.

3.  If the chest still doesn't rise, examine the mouth to make sure no foreign material is inside. If the object is seen, sweep it out with your finger. If the airway seems blocked, perform first aid for a choking infant.

4.  Begin chest compressions — go to "CIRCULATION" below.

CIRCULATION: Restore blood circulation

1.  Imagine a horizontal line drawn between the baby's nipples. Place two fingers of one hand just below this line, in the center of the chest.

2.  Gently compress the chest to about one-third to one-half the depth of the chest.

3.  Count aloud as you pump in a fairly rapid rhythm. You should pump at a rate of about 100 times a minute.

4.  Give two breaths after every 30 chest compressions.

5.  Perform CPR for about two minutes before calling for help unless someone else can make the call while you attend to the baby.

6.  Continue CPR until you see signs of life or until a professional relieves you.

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A fresh-baked apple pie is browning in the oven. Just the sight and smell of it — and the anticipation of eating it — are enough to make you start salivating and producing stomach acids. So even before you take a bite, the digestive process has begun.

After the first steaming morsel enters your mouth, the many organs of your digestive tract kick into high gear. Here's a look at how your digestive system works, from top to bottom.

Mouth and salivary glands

After you take your first bite of pie, your salivary glands produce enough digestive juices (saliva) to begin breaking it down chemically. Besides the salivary glands in the lining of your mouth, you have three pairs of larger salivary glands — the parotid glands, sublingual glands and the submandibular glands. Together they produce 1 to 3 pints of saliva a day.

Not all of the work is chemical, though. As you savor the sweet apple tang, your teeth work to grind the pie while your tongue mixes it with saliva. This combination transforms it into a bolus — a soft, moist, rounded mass suitable for swallowing. 


As you swallow that last bite of pie, muscles in your mouth and throat propel it to your upper esophagus, the tube that connects your throat to your stomach. In the wall of your esophagus, muscles create synchronized waves — one after another — that propel the pie into your stomach. In this process, called peristalsis, muscles behind the bolus of pie contract, squeezing it forward, while muscles ahead of it relax, allowing it to advance without resistance.

When the bolus reaches the lower end of your esophagus, pressure from the food signals a muscular valve — the lower esophageal sphincter — to open and let it enter your stomach.


After entering your stomach, the pie soon becomes unrecognizable. The stomach's wall, lined with three layers of powerful muscles, begins churning and mixing it into smaller and smaller pieces. Gastric juices, rich in acid and enzymes, pour out of glands that line your stomach. The acid and enzymes help break down food into a thick, creamy fluid called chyme.

Once the concoction is well mixed, waves of muscle contractions propel it through the pyloric valve and into the first section of your small intestine (duodenum). The pyloric valve releases less than an eighth of an ounce of chyme at a time. The rest is held back for more mixing.

Pancreas, liver and gallbladder

In your duodenum, digestion continues, as chyme from the stomach mixes with a variety of digestive juices from your pancreas, liver and gallbladder:

§  Pancreas. The pancreas produces digestive enzymes that help break down proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. It also produces the hormones insulin and glucagon, which help regulate the level of sugar (glucose) in your blood.

§  Liver. The liver performs more than 500 functions, including storing nutrients, filtering and processing chemicals in food, and producing bile, a solution that helps digest fats and eliminate waste products.

§  Gallbladder. The gallbladder stores and concentrates bile. As fatty food enters the upper portion of your small intestine (the duodenum), the gallbladder contracts and releases bile into the small intestine through a duct.  

Small intestine

When bile and pancreatic digestive juices mix with other juices secreted by the wall of your small intestine, digestion shifts into high gear. What was once apple pie is propelled into the second portion of your small intestine, the jejunum. Here it's further broken down into smaller molecules of nutrients that can be absorbed. Then it slides into the final and longest portion of your small intestine — the ileum — where virtually all of the remaining nutrients are absorbed through the lining of the ileum's wall.

What remains at the end of the ileum is a combination of water, electrolytes — such as sodium and chloride — and waste products, such as plant fiber and dead cells shed from the lining of your digestive tract.

Large intestine

As this residue passes through the colon, your body absorbs nearly all of the water, leaving a usually soft but formed substance called stool. Muscles in the wall of your colon separate the waste into small segments that are pushed into your lower colon and rectum. As the rectal walls are stretched, they signal need for a bowel movement.

When the sphincter muscles in your anus relax, the rectal walls contract to increase pressure. Sometimes you have to use your abdominal muscles, which press on the outside of the colon and rectum. These coordinated muscle contractions expel the stool.

Healthy digestion

The types of food you eat, the amount of exercise you get, the pace of your day and your level of stress all can affect the health of your digestive system. Good lifestyle habits can go a long way toward keeping your digestive system on track:

§  Practice good eating habits.

§  Maintain healthy weight.

§  Get regular exercise.

§  Control stress.

§  Limit alcohol and tobacco.

§  Use medications cautiously




Your heart is a pump. It's a muscular organ about the size of your fist and located slightly left of center in your chest.

Your heart is divided into the right and the left side. The division protects oxygen-rich blood from mixing with oxygen-poor blood.

Together, your heart and blood vessels comprise your cardiovascular system, which circulates blood and oxygen around your body. In fact:

§  Your heart pumps about 5 quarts of blood every minute.

§  And it beats about 100,000 times in one day — that's about 35 million times in a year.

Oxygen-poor blood, "blue blood," returns to the heart after circulating through your body.

The right side of the heart, composed of the right atrium and ventricle, collects and pumps blood to the lungs through the pulmonary arteries. The lungs refresh the blood with a new supply of oxygen, making it turn red.

Oxygen-rich blood, "red blood," then enters the left side of the heart, composed of the left atrium and ventricle, and is pumped through the aorta to the body to supply tissues with oxygen.

Four valves within your heart keep your blood moving the right way.

The tricuspid, mitral, pulmonary and aortic valves work like gates on a fence. They open only one way and only when pushed on. Each valve opens and closes once per heartbeat — or about once every second.

A beating heart contracts and relaxes. Contraction is called systole and relaxing is called diastole.

During systole, your ventricles contract, forcing blood into the vessels going to your lungs and body — much like ketchup being forced out of a squeeze bottle. The right ventricle contracts a little bit before the left ventricle does.

Your ventricles then relax during diastole and are filled with blood coming from the upper chambers, the left and right atria. The cycle then starts over again.

Your heart is nourished by blood too. Blood vessels called coronary arteries extend over the surface of your heart and branch into smaller capillaries. Here you can see just the network of blood vessels that feed your heart with oxygen-rich blood.

Your heart also has electrical wiring, which keeps it beating. Electrical impulses begin high in the right atrium and travel through specialized pathways to the ventricles, delivering the signal to pump.

The conduction system keeps your heart beating in a coordinated and normal rhythm, which in turn keeps blood circulating. The continuous exchange of oxygen-rich blood with oxygen-poor blood is what keeps you alive.


Brain and nervous system

Your brain contains billions of nerve cells arranged in patterns that coordinate thought, emotion, behavior, movement and sensation. A complicated highway system of nerves connects your brain to the rest of your body, so communication can occur in split seconds. Think about how fast you pull your hand back from a hot stove. While all the parts of your brain work together, each part is responsible for a specific function — controlling everything from your heart rate to your mood.


The cerebrum is the largest part of your brain. It's what you probably visualize when you think of brains in general. The outermost layer of the cerebrum is the cerebral cortex, the "gray matter" of the brain. Deep folds and wrinkles in the brain increase the surface area of the gray matter, so more information can be processed.

The cerebrum is divided into two halves (hemispheres) by a deep fissure. The hemispheres communicate with each other through a thick tract of nerves, called the corpus callosum, at the base of the fissure. In fact, messages to and from one half of the body are usually handled by the opposite side of the brain.

Lobes of the brain

Each of your brain's hemispheres is divided into four lobes. The two frontal lobes act as short-term storage sites for ideas, allowing you to consider more than one idea at a time. One section of the frontal lobes helps control voluntary movement, while a place in the left frontal lobe allows thoughts to be transformed into words. The parietal lobes interpret sensory information, such as taste, temperature and touch; they also help with reading and math. Occipital lobes process images from the eyes and link that information with images stored in memory. The temporal lobes translate information from the ears, including music. The underside of the temporal lobe plays a crucial role in memory.

Cerebellum and brainstem

The brainstem links the brain to the spinal cord. It controls many functions vital to life, such as heart rate, blood pressure and breathing. This area is also important for sleep.

The cerebellum is a wrinkled ball of tissue below and behind the rest of your brain. It works to combine sensory information from the eyes, ears and muscles to help coordinate movement. Damage to the cerebellum can cause "intention tremor," which is trembling of part of your body — for example, your hand — occurring only when you try to move it.

Layers of protection

The brain is protected by three layers of membrane, called meninges, lying just under the skull. The tough outer layer is called the dura mater, and the delicate inner layer is the pia mater. The middle layer is the arachnoid, a web-like structure filled with fluid that cushions the brain.

The inner brain

Structures deep within the brain control your emotions and memories. Known collectively as the limbic system, these structures come in pairs, just like the lobes in the brain's cerebrum. Each part of the limbic system is duplicated in the opposite half of the brain.


The thalamus acts as a gatekeeper for messages passed between the spinal cord and the cerebral hemispheres. The pea-sized hypothalamus controls emotions such as exhilaration and anger. It also regulates your body's temperature and is responsible for crucial urges — such as eating, sleeping and sexual behavior.

The hippocampus is a memory indexer, sending memories to be stored in appropriate sections of the cerebrum and then recalling them when necessary.

Peripheral nervous system

The peripheral nervous system is all the nerves in your body, aside from the ones in your brain and spinal cord. It acts as a communication relay between your brain and your extremities. For example, if you touch a hot stove, the pain signals travel from your finger to your brain in a split second. In just as short a time, your brain tells the muscles in your arm and hand to snatch your finger off the hot stove.

Nerve cells

Nerve cells (neurons) have two main types of branches coming off their cell bodies. Dendrites receive incoming messages from other nerve cells. Axons carry outgoing signals from the cell body to other cells — such as a nearby neuron or muscle cell.

Interconnected with each other, neurons are able to provide efficient, lightning-fast communication.


A neuron communicates with other cells through electrical impulses, which occur when the nerve cell is stimulated. Within a neuron, the impulse moves to the tip of an axon and causes the release of neurotransmitters, chemicals that act as messengers.

These neurotransmitters pass through the synapse, the tiny gap between two nerve cells, and attach to receptors on the receiving cell. This process is repeated from neuron to neuron, as the impulse travels to its destination.

This intricate web of communication allows you to move, think, feel and communicate. It keeps your heart beating. It affects your mood. In short, this wondrous process is the foundation of your physical, mental and emotional life. It makes you who you are.








The eye

A look inside your eyes

Your eyes are a small part of your body — each eyeball is about an inch in diameter. Yet your eyes play a big role in your life. With them you experience the shape, color and motion of your surroundings. They alert you to danger or to the unexpected. You rely on them to help you explore and learn.

Here's a look at the various parts of the eye and how they work together to help you see the world around you. Each part plays an essential role in your eyes' healthy functioning.


Upper and lower eyelids protect the front of your eyeball (orbit) by blocking out foreign objects and bright light that can damage your eye. Your eyelids involuntarily open and shut (blink) every few seconds to help protect your eyeball. You can, of course, blink intentionally as well.

With each blink, a tiny bit of tear fluid comes out of a gland near each eye. The lubricant washes away germs, dust, eyelashes or other foreign objects and keeps your eyes from drying out.

The front of your eye

Three parts make up the front of your eye:

§  Sclera. The white of your eye is actually a tough, leathery coating that helps form the spherical shape of your eyeball and protects the delicate internal structures of your eye.

§  Pupil. The dark spot at the center of your eye is a hole that allows light to pass into your eye.

§  Iris. The colored part of your eye contains a ring of muscle fibers that can expand or contract the size of your pupil, controlling the amount of light entering your eyeball.

A thin transparent tissue called the conjunctiva covers the sclera of your eye. The blood vessels that are often visible in the white part of your eye run through your eye's conjunctiva.

Inside your eye

Behind the scenes, other parts of your eye are working to help you see:

§  Cornea. Your cornea is a protective dome of clear tissue over the front of your eye. It functions as a convex surface that helps focus the light rays before they are fine-tuned by the lens.

§  Lens. Your lens is a clear, elliptical structure about the size and shape of an M&M'S candy. The curvature of your lens changes to sharpen the focus of whatever you're looking at.

§  Vitreous cavity. The vitreous cavity extends from the back of the lens to the back of your eyeball. It's filled with a clear, jelly-like substance that allows light to pass through. It also maintains the shape of your eyeball.

The back of your eye

Structures at the back of your eye help complete the vision process:

§  Retina. Your retina is a thin layer of tissue that lines the back inner wall of your eyeball. Your retina consists of millions of light-sensitive cells and nerve cells that capture the images focused onto them by your cornea and lens. When light hits these cells, electrical impulses are generated and carried to your optic nerve.

§  Optic nerve. Your optic nerve carries information gathered by your retina to your brain via a bundle of more than 1 million nerve fibers.

How your eyes move

Each eyeball has six muscles attached to the sclera — five are seen from this angle — allowing you to move both eyes and track an object without necessarily turning your head. These eye muscles, working individually or together, allow you to shift your field of gaze left, right, up, down and diagonally. Your brain coordinates these eye movements, so your eyes move together when tracking an object.

Lesson 5 VIOLIN











5-Yr-Old Violinist Bach Concerto No. 2 E-Major

Violin Bazzini




Lesson 6   HEALTH  WATCH

Healthy Plan

Healthy Plan for stress free living

1. Exercise for at least 1 hour, 3 times a week

Pick your favorite sport or join a good fitness center, and make sure you start according to your current fitness level. It helps work the heart muscle, hence sending more nutrients and oxygen to the whole body.

2. Eat more vegetables and fruits

There's nothing better than consuming food in its natural state, the way nature always intended it to be. They are full of natural goodness like fibers, vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants and a wide array of phytonutrients.

3. Drink more water

As you become more active and sweat more, you need to increase your water intake to keep well hydrated. Two to three liters of water should do just fine. Please note that caffeine blocks absorption of certain vital nutrients, especially minerals that your body needs to function properly. Women's bodies do not clear caffeine as quickly as men's. Hence you will most likely still get the effect of caffeine until late at night. Iron is one important nutrient for women to form new red blood cells whose absorption is hampered by caffeine. Lack of iron has been associated with dizziness, lethargy and poor immune system.

4. Minimize or avoid consumption of fat, sugars, flour, margarine, salt, butter and alcohol

They contain a lot of calories and disrupt your intestinal health but offer none-to-little nutritional value. Be aware that they may come in various forms of food and beverages.

5. Eat more lean protein

Chicken breast, egg-white, soy (including tempeh and tofu), non-fat dairy products (including milk, yoghurt, cheese, protein powder), lean red meat are your proteins of choice, unless you are allergic to any particular one. Make sure you have them prepared with minimum inclusion of items in point number four.

6. Don't skip your meals

Three square meals with a couple of healthy snacks will do wonders. Make an attempt to eat at exactly the same time every day. It helps to build a better bio-rhythm to your days and life. Besides it keeps your metabolism and blood-sugar stable, hence keeping the lard off your waist, belly, under arm and thighs.

7. Drink tea instead

It's calming, relaxing, and yet one of the most economical ways to activate the fat-burning process, protect yourself from harmful free-radicals and build-up of cholesterol.

8. Have your daily multivitamins and minerals

It helps give you a sense of assurance that all your micro-nutrient needs are covered, despite variations of food intake.

9. Rest well

When it comes to resting, quality is as important as quantity. A solid six to eight hours of sleep, supplemented by a 20-minute power nap will do you good. Meditation or a warm bath may be a good prelude to a good night sleep.

10. Involve your family in all of the action plans above

Last but not least, allow me to give closure to this installment with a quote from a renowned educational psychologist, Patricia Alexander:

"He/she who says 'I don't have enough time or money to take care of my health' will soon find him/herself spending a lot of time and money being taken care of due to illness." Another version "Do not work your health  for wealth and pay your wealth for health."

Reasons for sleeping and waking up early.

Evening at 9 - 11pm:

is the time for eliminating unnecessary/ toxic chemicals (detoxification) from the antibody system (lymph nodes). This time duration should be spent by relaxing or listening to music. If during this time a housewife is still in an unrelaxed state such as washing the dishes or monitoring children doing their homework, this will have a negative impact on health.

Evening at 11pm - 1am:

 is the detoxification process in the liver, and ideally should be done in a deep sleep state.

Early morning 1 - 3am:

detoxification process in the gall, also ideally done in a deep sleep state.

Early morning 3 - 5am:

detoxification in the lungs. Therefore there will sometimes be a severe cough for cough sufferers during this time. Since the detoxification process had reached the respiratory tract, there is no need to take cough medicine so as not to interfere with toxin removal process.

Morning 5 - 7am:

detoxification in the colon, you should empty your bowel.

Morning 7 - 9am:

absorption of nutrients in the small intestine, you should be having breakfast at this time. Breakfast should be earlier, before 6:30am, for those who are sick. Breakfast before 7:30am is very beneficial to those wanting to stay fit. Those who always skip breakfast, they should change their habits, and it is still better to eat breakfast late until 9 - 10am rather than no meal at all.
     Sleeping so late and waking up too late will disrupt the process of removing unnecessary chemicals. Aside from that, midnight to 4:00 am is the time when the bone marrow produces blood. Therefore, have a good sleep and don't sleep late.


Live Life Without Limits!

The top five cancer-causing foods are:

1. Hot dogs

Because they are high in nitrates, the Cancer Prevention Coalition advises that children eat no more than 12 hot dogs a month. If you can't live without hot dogs, buy those made without sodium nitrate.

2. Processed meats and bacon

Also high in the same sodium nitrates found in hot dogs, bacon, and other processed meats raise the risk of heart disease. The saturated fat in bacon also contributes to cancer.

3. Doughnuts

Doughnuts are cancer-causing double trouble. First, they are made with white flour, sugar, and hydrogenated oils, then fried at high temperatures. Doughnuts, says Adams , may be the worst food you can possibly eat to raise your risk of cancer.

4. French fries

Like doughnuts, French fries are made with hydrogenated oils and then fried at high temperatures. They also contain cancer- causing acryl amides which occur during the frying process. They should be called cancer fries, not French fries, said Adams .

5. Chips, crackers, and cookies
All are usually made with white flour and sugar. Even the ones whose labels claim to be free of trans-fats generally contain small amounts of trans-fats.


1. No Breakfast

People who do not take breakfast are going to have a lower blood sugar level.
This leads to an insufficient supply of nutrients to the brain causing brain degeneration.

2. Overeating
It causes hardening of the brain arteries, leading to a decrease in mental power.

3. Smoking
It causes multiple brain shrinkage and may lead to Alzheimer disease.

4. High Sugar consumption
Too much sugar will interrupt the absorption of proteins and nutrients causing malnutrition and may interfere with brain development.

5. Air Pollution
The brain is the largest oxygen consumer in our body. Inhaling polluted air decreases the supply of oxygen to the brain, bringing about a decrease in brain efficiency.

6. Sleep Deprivation
Sleep allows our brain to rest. Long term deprivation from sleep will accelerate the death of brain cells.

7. Head covered while sleeping
Sleeping with the head covered increases the concentration of carbon dioxide and decrease concentration of oxygen that may lead to brain damaging effects.

8. Working your brain during illness
Working hard or studying with sickness may lead to a decrease in effectiveness of the brain as well as damage the brain.

9. Lacking in stimulating thoughts
Thinking is the best way to train our brain, lacking in brain stimulation thoughts may cause brain shrinkage.

10. Talking Rarely
Intellectual conversations will promote the efficiency of the brain

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The main causes of liver damage are:

1. Sleeping too late and waking up too late are main cause.
2. Not urinating in the morning.
3. Too much eating.
4. Skipping breakfast.
5. Consuming too much medication.
6. Consuming too much preservatives, additives, food coloring, and artificial sweetener.
7. Consuming unhealthy cooking oil. As much as possible reduce cooking oil use when frying, which includes even the best cooking oils like olive oil. Do not consume fried foods when you are tired, except if the body is very fit.
8. Consuming raw (overly done) foods also add to the burden of liver.
Veggies should be eaten raw or cooked 3-5 parts. Fried veggies should be finished in one sitting, do not store.

We should prevent this without necessarily spending more. We just have to adopt a good daily lifestyle and eating habits. Maintaining good eating habits and time condition are very important for our bodies to absorb and get rid of unnecessary chemicals according to "schedule."





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Kung Fu Panda is a 2008 animated film about a panda who learns martial arts and then uses this new ability to fight his enemies.

Directed by Mark Osborne and w:John Stevenson. Written by Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger.

Tag line of the movie :

Prepare for Awesomeness, Pandamonium Begins

   1 Po

  2 Shifu

 3 Master Tigress

4 Tai Lung

 5 Wu Gui

6 Dialogue

 7 Taglines

 8 Cast

*     Get ready to feel the Thunder!

*     Skadoosh!

*     I sucked more than anyone in the history of martial arts — in the history of China — in the history of sucking!

*     Careful that soup is — sharp!

*     Don't tempt me!

*     Legs of Lightning!

*     I LOVE KUNG FU!!!!!

*     Kung Fu on the Loose!

*     I'm not just a big fat panda. I'm THE big fat panda.

*     He was so deadly in fact that his enemies would go blind from overexposure to pure awesomeness!

*     (smugly)Oh, you know this hold?


*     (To Po) When you focus on Kung Fu... when you concentrate... you stink.

*     That flabby panda is not the Dragon Warrior!

*     You have done well, Panda.

*     (talking to Po) I'm not dying, you idiot! Er, I mean, Dragon Warrior... I am simply at peace.

*     Po, you're alive?... Either that or we're both dead.

*     Do you want to learn Kung fu!

*     Let's begin.

*     (Performing Wushii Finger Hold) You know what's the hardest thing about this hold? Cleaning up afterwards.


Master Tigress

*     It is said that the Dragon Warrior can survive for months off nothing but the dew of a single ginko leaf and the energy of the universe.

*     Master, let us battle Tai Lung. It is what you trained us for.

*     Don't try and stop me!


Tai Lung

*     I don't want your apology! I want my scroll!

*     So that is his name. Po. Finally! A worthy opponent! Our battle will be legendary.

*     Tell me how proud you are, Shifu! Tell me! Tell me!

*     (Upon seeing Po) He's a panda? You're a Panda? What are you going to do, big guy? Sit on me?

*     You're nothing but a big... fat... panda!

*     (While held under the Wushii Finger Hold) The Wushii finger hold! You're bluffing. You're bluffing! Shifu didn't teach you that!

Wu Gui

*     There is a saying. Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why we call it the present.

*     There are no accidents.

*     I sense the Dragon Warrior is among us...

*     The universe has brought us the Dragon Warrior!

*     No. You just need to believe.


Tai Lung: What are you going to do, big guy? Sit on me?

Po: Don't tempt me.

Tai Lung: You're nothing but a big... fat... panda! (Po grabs his finger)

Po: I'm not just a big fat panda. I'm THE big fat panda.

(Po had grabbed some rubble from a plate Tigress just broke)

Shifu: Put that back! The only souvenirs we collect here are bloody knuckles and broken bones!



[first lines]

Po: Legend tells of a legendary warrior whose kung fu skills were the stuff of legend.

Viper: Are you ready?

Po: I was born ready- (Viper proceeds to beat Po up)

Viper: I'm sorry, brother! I thought you said you were ready!

Po: That was awesome! Let's go again!


(During Po's dream sequence)

Female Bystander: He's so attractive!

Bar owner: How can we ever repay you?

Dream Po: There is no price for awesomeness. Or attractiveness.


Tigress: You would think that Master Oogway would choose someone who actually knows kung fu.

Crane: Or be able to touch his toes.

Monkey: Or even see his toes.


Oogway: There are no accidents.

Shifu: Yes,yes,I know. You said that already. Twice.

Oogway: Well,that was no accident either.

Shifu: (sighs)Thrice.

Po: Isn't there, like, a Level Zero I can start off with?

Shifu: Level Zero? There...IS no Level Zero.

Po: Well how about I start on this! (Walks over to the punching bag like object)

Shifu: That? We use that for training children and proping the door open when it's hot!

Po: Perfect! (Notices the Furious Five watching him with curious expressions) just want me to wait until they go back on their own thing or...

Shifu: Never mind them, go on, hit it.

Po: Eh...okay...(Starts doing quick movements with his feet and mumbling to himself)

Shifu: Just hit it!

Po: Right....(Taps it, making it wobble)

Shifu: ...Perhaps a little harder?

Po: Right...(Hits it harder, making it lean back a lot) How's th-- (is hit by it and sent flying into the moving ropes and swinging pendulums, only to be thrusted into Crane's tilting bowl, hitting his head several times until it tips over into the moving arm guard section, where it sets off a chain reaction that causes one to hit him in the groin) Ooooo-hoo-hoo! My tenders...(Slowly starts to move, activating the arms and smacking him into the fire floor area. The camera pans back to Shifu and the Furious Five, and we hear the fire activate and Po screaming. He slumps over next to Shifu, burnt and charred) How did I do?

Shifu: There is now a Level Zero. (Puts out a flame on top of Po's head)

(Po is making dinner for The Furious Five)

Po: So then I said that you may be the scariest bandit in the Hanzin Province, but you're a lousy tipper!

Crane: Really? So how did you get out of there alive?

Po: I didn't actually say that... but I thought it in my mind. If he could read minds he be like, "What?" Order up.


Tigress: It is said that the Dragon Warrior can survive off the dew of a single Ginko leaf and all the energy of the universe.

Po: I'm gonna need a lot more than dew, and, uh, universe juice. (he slurps his noodles, with one hanging over his nose; everyone laughs) What?

Mantis: Oh, nothing, Master Shifu. (everyone laughs again.)

Po (impersonating Master Shifu): You will never be the Dragon Warrior unless you lose 500 pounds and brush your teeth. (The Furious Five, except Tigress, laugh) What is that noise you're making? Laughter? I have never heard of it! Work hard, Panda, and maybe someday you will have ears like mine! (he brings two bowls up to his head to mimick ears; the Furious Five laugh, but stop and see Shifu behind Po) Ears. What, not working for you?

Monkey (whispering): It's Shifu!

(Mantis is giving Po acupuncture)

Mantis: It's just hard to find the right stress points under all this...

Po: Fat?

Mantis: Fur. I was gonna say fur. Honest.


Po: The Sword of Heroes! Said to be so sharp you can get cut just by looking at - Ow!

Tai Lung: The Wuxi finger hold!

Po: Oh, you know this hold?

Tai Lung: You're bluffing. You're bluffing! Shifu didn't teach you that!

Po: You're right. He didn't. I figured it out on my own. (Po then flexes his pinky finger) Skadoosh!

Oogway: Look at this tree, Shifu. (Indicates the Peach Tree of Heavenly Wisdom) I cannot make it blossom when it suits me, nor make it bear fruit before its time.

Shifu: But there are things we can control! (Slams a fist into the tree, making several peaches fall around them) I can control where the fruit will fall! (Catches a peach, cuts it in half, takes the pit and slams it into the ground) And I can control where to plant the seed! That is no illusion, Master!

Oogway: Ah,yes. But no matter what you do, that seed will grow to be a peach tree. You may wish for an apple or an orange, but you will get a peach.

(After Shifu keeps stealing Po's dumplings at a picnic)

Shifu: You are free to eat.

Po: AM I !?

Shifu: ARE YOU !? (Chopstick battle begins)

Shifu: Our only hope is the Dragon Warrior.

Tigress: The panda?

Shifu: Yes, the panda!

Tigress: Master, please! [pushes her chair out] Let us stop Tai Lung. This is what you've trained us for!

Shifu: No! It is not your destiny to defeat Tai Lung, it is his! [points at Po, then realizes he's not there] Where'd he go? [cut to where Po is running down the stairs, screaming, only to be stopped by Shifu] You cannot leave! A real warrior never quits!

Po: Watch me! [tries to run down the stairs, but Shifu uses the stick to turn Po around] Come on! How am I supposed to beat Tai Lung? I can't even beat you to the stairs!

Shifu: You will beat him because you are the Dragon Warrior! [pokes Po in his stomach]

Po: You don't believe that! [Shifu swipes at his hand with Oogway's stick] You never believed that! From the first moment I got here, you've been trying to get rid of me! [Shifu knocks him to the ground]

Shifu: Yes! I was! But now I ask you to trust in your master... as I have come to trust in mine.

Po: You're not my master. And I'm not the Dragon Warrior.

Shifu: Then why didn't you quit? You knew I was trying to get rid of you, yet you stayed!

Po: Yeah, I stayed. I stayed because everytime you threw a brick at my head or said I smelled, it hurt, but it could never hurt more than every day of my life just being me. I stayed because I thought if anyone can change me, can make me... not me, it was you! The greatest kung fu teacher in all of China!

Shifu: I can change you! I can turn you into the Dragon Warrior! And I will!

Po: Come on! Tai Lung is on his way here right now! And even if it takes him a hundred years to get here, how are you gonna change this into the Dragon Warrior? Huh? How?... How?... How?!?

Shifu: I don't know!! [sighs] I don't know.

Po: [sighs and frowns sadly] That's what I thought.


Tigress: [after Tigress lectures Po and he makes a weird facial expression] Oh,that's it! [about to punch him]

Mantis: Wait, wait! My fault! I accidentally tweaked his facial nerve! [Po falls over with his back full of needles] ...And I may have also stopped his heart.


Tai Lung (leaning on the bridge): Where's the Dragon Warrior?

Tigress: How do you know you're not looking at her? (Tai Lung laughs)

Tai Lung: You think I'm a fool? I know you're not the Dragon Warrior. None of you. (the Furious Five) I heard how he fell out of the sky on a ball of fire. That he's a warrior unlike anything the world has ever seen.

Monkey: Po?

Tai Lung: So that is his name. Po. Finally! A worthy opponent. Our battle will be legendary.


Po (in awe): No! The legendary Urn of Whispering Warriors; said to contain the souls of the entire Tenshu Army! [pauses before whispering] Hello?

Shifu: Have you finished sight-seeing? [Po gasps]

Po:(Thinks the urn is talking to him) Sorry, I should've come to see you first.

Shifu: My patience is wearing thin.

Po: Oh, well it's not like you were going anywhere.

Shifu: Turn around.


 Po bounces down the palace steps]

Tigress: If he's smart, he won't come back up those stairs.

Monkey: Yet he will.

Viper: He'll never stop trying, will he?

Mantis: He'll never stop bouncing, I can tell you that.

[In Po's dream sequence]

Gang Boss: I see you like to chew. Maybe you should chew on my fist!


Shifu: I it's very bad news!!

Oogway: Ah, Shifu. There is just news- there is no good or bad.

Shifu: Master, your vision...your vision was right! Tai Lung has escaped from prison! He's on his way! (pause)

Oogway: That is bad news. If you do not believe that the Dragon Warrior can stop him.


Po: I'm sorry, Dad.

Mr. Ping: "Sorry" doesn't make the noodles, son.


Oogway: [walking towards Po] Ah! It seems that you have found the Sacred Peach Tree of Heavenly Wisdom!

Po: [Po turns around with a lot of peaches stuffed in his mouth] Oh! Is that what this is? I'm so sorry! I just thought it was a regular peach tree!


Po: [After defeating Tai Lung] No, Master, I'm not dead... I defeated Tai Lung!

Shifu: You did? Wow...It is just as Oogway...foretold... You are the Dragon Warrior. You have brought this valley... And...and to me... Thank you... Thank you...Po... Thank you... Thank you... [Slumps over, as if dead]

Po: No! Master! No, no, no, no! Shifu! Don't die!

Shifu (angrily): I'm not dying, you idiot! - Er, I mean, Dragon Warrior... I am simply at peace... Finally.


Po: [Final Lines of the Movie, to Shifu, who is resting after his battle with Tai Lung]...Wanna get something to eat?

Shifu: [Pause] Yeah.


Shifu: When you focus on kung fu, when you stink. [Po frowns] But perhaps that is my fault. I cannot train you the way I have trained the Five. I now see that the way to get through to you is with this. [pulls out a bowl of dumplings]

Po: Oh great, 'cause I am hungry!

Shifu: [laughs] Good. When you have been trained, you may eat. Let's begin.

yesterday is history,tomorrow is mystery today is a gift that"s why it is called present.


Jack Black — Po

Dustin Hoffman — Shifu

Angelina Jolie — Tigress

Ian McShane - Tai Lung

Lucy Liu - Viper

Jackie Chan - Monkey

Seth Rogen – Mantis

David Cross - Crane

Randall Duk Kim - Oogway




Lesson 9   Official mascots    

The Official Mascots of the

Beijing 2008 Olympic Games

Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and good wishes from China -- to children all over the world.

Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China's most popular animals

-- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow -- and the Olympic Flame.

Each of Fuwa has a rhyming two-syllable name -- a traditional way of expressing affection for children in China.

Beibei is the Fish,

Jingjing is the Panda,

Huanhuan is the Olympic Flame,

Yingying is the Tibetan Antelope and

Nini is the Swallow.

When you put their names together --

Bei Jing Huan Ying Ni -- they say "Welcome to Beijing,"

offering a warm invitation that reflects the mission of Fuwa as young ambassadors for the Olympic Games.

Fuwa also embody both the landscape and the dreams and aspirations of people from every part of the vast country of China. In their origins and their headpieces, you can see the five elements of nature -- the sea, forest, fire, earth and sky -- all stylistically rendered in ways that represent the deep traditional influences of Chinese folk art and ornamentation.

Spreading Traditional Chinese Good Wishes Wherever They Go

In the ancient culture of China, there is a grand tradition of spreading good wishes through signs and symbols. Each of Fuwa symbolizes a different blessing -- and will honor this tradition by carrying their good wishes to the children of the world. Prosperity, happiness, passion, health and good luck will be spread to every continent as Fuwa carry their invitation to Beijing 2008 to every part of the globe. At the heart of their mission -- and through all of their work -- Fuwa will seek to unite the world in peace and friendship through the Olympic spirit. Dedicated to helping Beijing 2008 spread its theme of One World, One Dream to every continent, Fuwa reflect the deep desire of the Chinese people to reach out to the world in friendship through the Games -- and to invite every man, woman and child to take part in the great celebration of human solidarity that China will host in the light of the flame in 2008. 

In China's traditional culture and art, the fish and water designs are symbols of prosperity and harvest. And so Beibei carries the blessing of prosperity. A fish is also a symbol of surplus in Chinese culture, another measure of a good year and a good life.The ornamental lines of the water-wave designs are taken from well-known Chinese paintings of the past. Among Fuwa, Beibei is known to be gentle and pure. Strong in water sports, she reflects the blue Olympic ring. 

Jingjing makes children smile -- and that's why he brings the blessing of happiness wherever he goes. You can see his joy in the charming naivety of his dancing pose and the lovely wave of his black and white fur. As a national treasure and a protected species, pandas are adored by people everywhere. The lotus designs in Jingjing's headdress, which are inspired by the porcelain paintings of the Song Dynasty (A.D.960-1234), symbolize the lush forest and the harmonious relationship between man and nature. Jingjing was chosen to represent our desire to protect nature's gifts -- and to preserve the beauty of nature for all generations. Jingjing is charmingly naοve and optimistic. He is an athlete noted for strength who represents the black Olympic ring. 

In the intimate circle of Fuwa, Huanhuan is the big brother. He is a child of fire, symbolizing the Olympic Flame and the passion of sport -- and passion is the blessing he bestows. Huanhuan stands in the center of Fuwa as the core embodiment of the Olympic spirit. And while he inspires all with the passion to run faster, jump higher and be stronger, he is also open and inviting. Wherever the light of Huanhuan shines, the inviting warmth of Beijing 2008 -- and the wishful blessings of the Chinese people -- can be felt. The fiery designs of his head ornament are drawn from the famed Dunhuang murals -- with just a touch of China's traditional lucky designs. Huanhuan is outgoing and enthusiastic. He excels at all the ball games and represents the red Olympic ring.

Like all antelopes, Yingying is fast and agile and can swiftly cover great stretches of land as he races across the earth. A symbol of the vastness of China's landscape, the antelope carries the blessing of health, the strength of body that comes from harmony with nature. Yingying's flying pose captures the essence of a species unique to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, one of the first animals put under protection in China. The selection of the Tibetan Antelope reflects Beijing's commitment to a Green Olympics. His head ornament incorporates several decorative styles from the Qinghai-Tibet and Sinkiang cultures and the ethnic design traditions of Western China. Strong in track and field events, Yingying is a quick-witted and agile boy who represents the yellow Olympic ring. 

Every spring and summer, the children of Beijing have flown beautiful kites on the currents of wind that blow through the capital. Among the kite designs, the golden-winged swallow is traditionally one of the most popular. Nini's figure is drawn from this grand tradition of flying designs. Her golden wings symbolize the infinite sky and spread good-luck as a blessing wherever she flies. Swallow is also pronounced "yan" in Chinese, and Yanjing is what Beijing was called as an ancient capital city. Among Fuwa, Nini is as innocent and joyful as a swallow. She is strong in gymnastics and represents the green Olympic ring.

Lesson 10 Beijing  Olympics Songs



Everyone Is No.1


我的路 不是 你的路 

我的苦 不是 你的苦

每個人都有潛在的能力 把一切去征服

我的淚 不是 你的淚 

我的痛 不是 你的痛

一樣的天空 不同的光榮 有一樣的感動

不需要 自怨自艾的惶恐 只需要沉著 只要向前衝

告訴自己 天生我才必有用 

Everyone is No. 1

只要你凡事不問能不能 用一口氣交換你一生

要迎接未來 不必等 

Everyone is No. 1

成功的秘訣在你肯不肯 流最熱的汗擁最真的心
第一名屬於每個人 我的手不是 你的手

我的口不是 你的口 只要一條心 狂風和暴雨 都變成好朋友

不需要 自怨自艾的惶恐 只需要沉著 只要向前衝

告訴自己 天生我才必有用 

Everyone is No. 1

只要你凡事不問能不能 用一口氣交換你一生

要迎接未來 不必等 

Everyone is No. 1

成功的秘訣在你肯不肯 流最熱的汗擁最真的心
第一名屬於每個人 不害怕路上有多冷 
直到還有一點餘溫我也會 努力狂奔

Beijing Huan Ying Ni















Zhan Qi Lai

站起来 - 成龙/王力宏/孙燕姿/韩红

站起来 我的爱牵着山脉
起点写着我的未来 Hey ya..Hey ya..

站起来 我的爱拥抱大海
跑过的精彩 依然在 Hey ya..Hey ya..
泪水是 胜利感慨 Hey ya..

穿越心灵 彩虹告诉我的存在
希望看见英雄 奇迹般的色彩

勇敢和我一起 用心赢回真爱
站起来终点没了 起点也会在

站起来 我的爱牵着山脉
起点写着我的未来 Hey ya..Hey ya..

站起来 我的爱拥抱大海
跑过的精彩 依然在 Hey ya..Hey ya..
泪水是 胜利感慨Hey ya..Hey ya..


生命真实喝彩 我和你的崇拜
希望看见英雄 奇迹般的色彩
勇敢和我一起 用心赢回真爱
彼此距离不在 你和我的竞赛

站起来终点没了 起点也会在
勇敢和我一起 用心赢回真爱
站起来终点没了 起点也会在
站起来 我的爱牵着山脉
起点写着我的未来 Hey ya..Hey ya..

站起来 我的爱拥抱大海
跑过的精彩 依然在 Hey ya..Hey ya..
泪水是 胜利感慨
Hey ya..Hey ya..Hey ya..Hey ya..