Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure oi-Neha Ghosh By Neha Ghosh on August 9, 2018 FRIENDS star Matthew Perry is slowly recovering after undergoing the gastrointestinal perforation surgery. In this article, we will discuss, the causes, symptoms and treatment of gastrointestinal perforation. What Is Gastrointestinal Perforation? The gastrointestinal tract consists of the small intestine, large intestine, and the stomach. A hole or perforation can sometimes occur in the wall of the gastrointestinal tract due to various reasons. This condition is known as gastrointestinal perforation. Gastrointestinal perforation is also called as ruptured bowel, perforation of the intestines and intestinal perforation. The condition can cause the contents of the stomach, large and small intestine to seep into the abdominal cavity. This will let the bacteria enter the abdomen which then leads to a condition called peritonitis, an inflammation that occurs in peritoneum - the thin layer … [Read more...] about Gastrointestinal Perforation: Is Surgery The Only Treatment Option?
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Summary of Blog 1 (In Spite of Yourself) - Feelings First or Second? Personal and family safety, continuously assessed at an intuitive level, comes first. Following this assessment, instinct creates feelings to shape our behaviour - our thoughts as well as our actions. Feelings determine what we think and do to survive. Every emotion you have is necessary for survival, and that includes feelings that we don't want to have like anxiety, depression, unhappiness, anger, envy, jealousy. There are ways to influence the feelings produced by instinct (drugs - medication, alcohol, nicotine, party drugs - to disrupt your brain) or to lessen the distress of instinct (activity to distract you). Selling you on ways to change your feelings is a lucrative and a 'repeat business' because following every change, instinct will ensure the return of emotions that you need for survival. So whether the 'business' is the accumulation of money, power, relationships, possessions or … [Read more...] about The Art Of Focus
Home Fashion Bollywood wardrobe Bollywood Wardrobe Devika Tripathi By Devika Tripathi | on December 6, 2019 Photo Credit: Verve Magazine Veteran actress, Asha Parekh recently gave an interview to Verve magazine, where she talked about why she didn't get married, love in the age of tinder, and shared her perception on love. For the magazine's interview, the actress also draped absolutely gorgeous saris, which came from the label, Raw Mango. She was styled by Shweta Navandar. So, let's decode her sari looks. View this post on Instagram Being the highest-paid and most successful actor of her time, '60s superstar #AshaParekh had suitors line up by the dozens to ask for her hand in marriage. But the 77-year-old superstar rejected all of them in favour of a solitary existence. Why was that? Did no man ever match up to her standards? Did her reputation and beauty intimidate prospective partners? Parekh reveals that staying alone was probably one of the best decisions she … [Read more...] about Asha Parekh Exudes Regal Vibes With Her Resplendent Silk Saris
Source: Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock A new study from the Beckman Institute at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign reveals that 9- and 10-year-old children who are aerobically fit tend to have significantly thinner gray matter in the cerebrum than their "low-fit" peers. Interestingly, thinning of the outermost layer of brain cells in the cerebrum is associated with better math skills, according to the researchers. The August 2015 study, "The Role of Aerobic Fitness in Cortical Thickness and Mathematics Achievement in Preadolescent Children,” appears in the journal PLOS ONE. Cerebrum (Latin for brain) in red. Source: Wikimedia Commons/ Life Sciences Database The new study finds a correlation—but not direct causation—between cardiorespiratory fitness and cortical gray matter thinning in the cerebrum. Thinning of gray matter is also known as "neural pruning," which is an … [Read more...] about Why Do Aerobically Fit Children Have Better Math Skills?
Physical activity is a fundamental building block for psychological and physical well-being throughout a lifespan. Unfortunately, most Americans are sitting more and moving less. This is especially a problem for our children who are being forced to sit still and cram for standardized tests while being deprived of physical activity. How can we create school environments that allow kids to be more active? Grammy nominated singer/songwriter and fitness expert Amy Otey (aka “Miss Amy”) has created a brilliant classroom plan that combines music and movement with education, imagination, and character development. Miss Amy is on a crusade to empower every young American to achieve his or her personal best. Have you heard of Miss Amy? As the father of a 6-year-old, I was thrilled yesterday to see that my favorite television program called What Matters Most is featuring Amy Otey in their latest episode. Amy and I are both on a mission to motivate people of … [Read more...] about Physical Activity Empowers Kids to Achieve Personal Bests