Archive for September 2010

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September 28, 2010

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How to Keep Healthy

September 17, 2010
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Our health should be our number one concern. It is up to us if we are going to be healthy are not, we should rely an anyone to make sure we are healthy. Many persons believe that they only time we should be concerned about our health is when we are old. That is not true. Many young persons are die daily because of some health illness. Here are some helpful tips how we can be healthy and remain that way. And the best part is, it won’t cost us too much.

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  1. Drink plenty of water daily. Doctors recommend that we should drink at least 8 glasses of water daily. Other than keeping you hydrated, water helps to keep your skin healthy and helps with blood flow. It also cleanses our system.
  2. Exercise daily. This also keep us healthy and helps with blood flow. Exercise keeps us fit and will help the body to gain or tone muscles for better performance. Exercise also help us to relieve stress.
  3. Eat healthy. This is one of the most important way for us to keep healthy. As the saying goes, ‘we are what we eat’. We should try to eat a balance meal everyday, especially breakfast.
  4. Do not allow yourself to be too stressed out. Stress can cause a lot of damage. We should a try to avoid stressful situation at all cost.
  5. Sleep. Sleep is very important for our health. Getting a good night’s sleep can lessen the number of times you get sick. When you sleep you allow your body to rest from al the days activity.

Tips & Warnings

  • Keeping healthy don’t have to cost us a lot of money, it will just cost us few hours of our time daily.
  • Vitamins are good, talk to your doctor to find out which vitamin’s are good for you.

How to Keep Healthy and Be Happy

September 17, 2010
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  1. Eat balanced meals. Try to follow the food pyramid. Eat a lot of fresh fruits of vegetables, some whole grains and fiber, a little bit of dairy, a little bit of meat, and very little sugar and fat.
  2. Exercise regularly. To exercise you can run, do sit-ups, push-ups, etc., lift weights, play DDR, or walk briskly around your neighborhood.
  3. Establish regular sleep patterns. Health care professionals recommend getting eight hours of sleep daily, but it differs from person to person. It is best to get at least seven hours of sleep a day because lack of sleep can harm not only your physical health but your mental health. Sleep deprivation can cause lapses in concentration. To establish a regular sleep pattern, go to bed at the same time each night and wake up at the same time each morning. It may seem hard at first, but it will get easier after you’ve done it for a while.
  4. Have a positive attitude. Instead of being pessimistic and thinking you can’t achieve your goals, be positive and thrive on your challenges.
  5. Keep yourself busy. This is good because it prevents you from having bad habits, such as smoking and drugs. It is also important to keep occupied with positive tasks. Worrying is harmful, and work is good for the mind as well as the body. To keep yourself busy you can work around the house, spend time with your pets, write in a journal, do a sport, or spend time doing a hobby you enjoy.
  6. Be social and have friends. Have fun with them, spend time with them, and talk with them, but make sure you steer away from gossip and slander. As long as you keep yourself free from negative talk, being with people satisfies the soul.
  7. Remember that nothing is worth sacrificing health and happiness, so avoid anything that destroys them. Do not do anything harmful to yourself such as doing drugs, smoking, or hanging around and being influenced by negative people.


  • Exercise at least three or four days a week.
  • Get your body accustomed to healthy food, and eat moderately!
  • Sleep at least seven to eight hours every night, and go to bed and wake up at the same time each day.
  • Be positive.
  • Keep busy.
  • Be social.
  • Stop worrying.
  • Steer clear from gossip and slander!
  • Avoid anything that disturbs your health and happiness!

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September 15, 2010

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Workshop in Linkoping, Sweden

September 14, 2010


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Workshop on Harmonic Analysis and Elliptic PDEs

On Friday October 1, 2010, a workshop on Harmonic Analysis and Elliptic PDEs will be organized at the Department of Mathematics. Invited speakers are Alan McIntosh (Canberra, Australia), Pascal Auscher (Orsay, France), Tuomas Hytönen (Helsinki), Martin Dindos (Edinburgh), David Rule (Edinburgh) och Martin Costabel (Rennes, France).


Acknowledgment: I would like to thank the organizers and the Faculty of Science for their support.


What You Can Do To Stay Healthy

September 13, 2010
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What You Can Do To Stay Healthy

Evidence shows that some of the leading causes of death in the United States, such as heart disease, cancer, stroke, some lung diseases, injuries, and HIV/AIDS, often can be prevented by improving personal health habits. Eating right, staying physically active, and not smoking are a few examples of good habits that can help you stay healthy.

Creating a Healthy Lifestyle

Last year, I started walking with a group of women five times a week. We’re now up to 3 miles each time. It’s both my social and exercise time of the day. I actually miss our time together on the days we don’t walk.

–Maria W.

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99 Health Tips

September 13, 2010

99 Health Tips

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99 Health Tips

Good effort, at least you’re started, try and make it to the end!

If you get tired reading this, go back to bed, as on average we need to have 8.1 hours of sleep to re-charge our bodies.

People who have less than 6 hours sleep a night have a 70 % higher mortality rate, according to Californian studies. I’m currently studying spending 18 hours in bed, so will hopefully live to a 130.

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September 13, 2010

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September 12, 2010

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Căng Thẳng Là Nguồn Gốc Của Bệnh Trong Thân Và Tâm

September 11, 2010

1/ Sự Căng Thẳng

Khi nói bệnh do tâm sinh chúng ta nói đến một áp lực, một sự căng thẳng phát sinh khi tinh thần hay cơ thể phải thích nghi với một sự kiện nào đó. Các tác giả của quyển sách nêu trên đã viện dẫn lời giải thích của bác sĩ Robert Rose, chuyên viên nghiên cứu về sự căng thẳng như sau:

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Tính cách cũng tạo nên bệnh tật

September 11, 2010

Một nghiên cứu mới đây của các nhà khoa học Anh cho thấy những bệnh như đau dạ dày, suyễn cho đến bệnh Alzheimer đều có mối quan hệ mật thiết đến tính cách và trạng thái tâm lý của người bệnh.
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Nguy cơ từ thức ăn để trong tủ lạnh

September 11, 2010
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Tủ lạnh giúp chúng ta bảo quản được thức ăn lâu hơn. Tuy nhiên, thức ăn để trong tủ lạnh không hề an toàn tuyệt đối.

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5 cảnh báo sức khỏe khi ngủ dậy

September 11, 2010

5 cảnh báo sức khỏe khi ngủ dậy

Thứ Sáu, 10 Tháng chín 2010, 14:09 GMT+7
Mỗi sáng sớm sau khi thức dậy, có 5 dấu hiệu sau đây bạn phải chú ý, vì nó cảnh báo tình trạng sức khoẻ của bạn.

Táo bón

September 11, 2010


Táo bón là trạng thái đi tiêu phân khô cứng, buồn đi mà không đi được, thời gian đi tiêu lâu hoặc nhiều ngày mới đi tiêu, trong điều kiện ăn uống bình thường.

Nguyên nhân có thể do bệnh của đại trường (co thắt, nhu động giảm, phình đại trường… Bệnh ngoài đường ruột như ung thư gây chèn ép… hoặc bệnh toàn thân như chức năng tuyến giáp giảm, nhiễm độc chì, suy nhược cơ thể (hư lao), thần kinh tâm thần bị ức chế như lo nghĩ, tức giận, buồn phiền… tập quán sinh hoạt thiếu điều độ..

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September 8, 2010

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the ICM2010

September 5, 2010

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During 18-28 August, 2010, I was in Hyderabad, India for the ICM2010. I would like to thank the organizers for their surprising hospitality. I also take this opportunity to thank Peter for recommending me to the Faculty of Science for a travel grant. I am grateful to the Faculty for their generous support.

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September 4, 2010

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September 3, 2010
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ICM2014 will be held in South Korea. See ICM2014 Proposal.