Monday, March 22, 2010

2010 Year With a Beautiful, Smooth Body

2010 Year With a Beautiful, Smooth Body
LOS ANGELES, March 12 Though consumers have slowed frivolous spending habits, one thing they are still willing to splurge on are things that make their daily life easier. Saving time is often the next best thing to saving money, which is why Laser Hair Removal treatments are growing increasingly popular despite the emphasis on being frugal. The fact is that laser hair removal saves a tremendous amount of time and hassle, and it is an investment that lasts for years, even a lifetime. Unlike waxing, plucking, shaving or threading, once Laser Hair Removal Treatments are completed, patients never have to worry about the unwanted hair again. When the lifetime cost of monthly waxing services are considered, laser hair removal can actually be more a more cost-effective hair removal remedy as well. To ring in the New Year with a beautiful, fuzz-free face or body, the local Renaissance Laser and Vein Institute is offering patients great deals on laser hair removal. Laser Hair Removal usually requires between three to five treatments to permanently eliminate the unwanted hair, depending on the individual and the desired location of laser hair removal. Each laser hair removal treatment takes only about fifteen minutes to complete, so a patient can conveniently have their treatment done during their lunch break. Laser hair removal treatments have no downtime and are virtually pain free as well - the only thing a patient has to lose is their unwanted hair. By purchasing Laser Hair Removal Treatments in packages, people who want to get rid of their unwanted hair can save even more money in the long term. Laser hair removal packages are a great option since all of the treatments can be set up at the time of purchase at regular intervals for a greater chance of permanent hair elimination. The minimum number of laser hair removal treatments required is three, since hair grows in three distinct cycles and must be treated while in a particular phase for removal to be permanent

A Fashionable Life:

A Fashionable Life: Isabel and Ruben Toledo
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Healthy lifestyle habits promotes by Malabon

Healthy lifestyle habits promotes by Malabon..
Malabon City joined city hall employees Monday in a walk for a cause to promote seven healthy habits as cited by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Local health officials said the project is part of the commitment of the city of Malabon to support the programs of the Department of Health (DoH) by carrying out an intensified information campaign on the seven healthy lifestyle habits namely, stop smoking; avoid alcoholic drinks and illegal drugs; eating low-fat, low-salt foods; eating high fiber foods; prevent hypertension; doing physical activity; and managing stress.
Under the theme “Arangkada naTin “To! Walk for a Cause in Malabon City,” the exercise was spearheaded by the DoH and the City of Malabon Health Office led by Dr. Isauro Garcia.
It started at 7 a.m. in two groups starting in Barangay Concepcion and the other at Malabon City Square.
The participating students and city hall employees walked for about half an hour in front of the City Hall to the beat of high-energy music.
The project to promote the seven healthy lifestyle habits will be held in selected venues at the 21 barangays in the city in coordination with the Department of Education (DepEd) and other agencies.
Garcia said the project is targeting about 1,000 Grade 6 students from public and private schools in Malabon City, and another 1,000 from fourth year students in the same schools.
The exercise was held is in coordination with various department agencies, like the DepEd, Barangay Councils, Mayor’s Office, General Services Department, Public Information Office, Budget Office, Treasurer’s Office, DoH-CHD-MM and DoH-1.
The DoH said it is imperative to direct public health efforts towards prevention of diseases through an intensified implementation of strategies to decrease the prevalence of such diseases.
The DoH cited the increasing mortality, morbidity, and disability from cardiovascular diseases (hypertension, stroke, heart disease), diabetes, cancer, and chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases which are associated with smoking, along with diet and unhealthy habits.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Potential health benefits of coffee

Coffee may provide multiple health benefits
potential health benefits of coffee.....
American Society for Nutrition spokesperson Shelley McGuire, PhD, states that the studies "add to a growing literature suggesting that my steaming cup of morning coffee might help me stay healthy." The studies include a well-controlled clinical trial that indicate coffee may lower chronic inflammation and raise good cholesterol levels.
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, report on the results of two separate studies expressing potential health benefits of coffee

Researchers must conduct rigorous clinical trials before saying definitely what benefits coffee provides, but McGuire, for one, believes that food and beverages that have long been a part of our culture are probably not bad for us, in moderation, and may even be good for us.

New Life in Old Hong Kong

New Life in Old Hong Kong ,,,,,,,,WAN CHAI used to be best known among foreigners as an area crowded with seedy bars and massage parlors, but it remained popular for locals, filled with historic tenement blocks, old-fashioned street markets by day and youngsters shooting hoops after school. Now, the Hong Kong neighborhood is thriving, as a nascent cultural scene emerges and as young creative types and entrepreneurs alike are being lured by cheaper rents.
At the forefront of this revival is the Pawn (62 Johnston Road; 852-2866-3444;, a gastropub, housed in a renovated three-story colonial building dating back to 1888. The Pawn is a bit of an oddity in a city where buildings rarely last more than a decade. The site once held a pawnshop, and the pub has kept the iconic chess piece — an image still found outside pawnshops across the city — as its logo since it reopened in 2008. Diners can now sample modern British classics in the dining room and on a deservedly beloved roof garden.
“The local community is becoming more aware that one of the ways to improve and create quality and vibrant urban living in Hong Kong is by preserving the historical and architectural value of local characteristics,” said Paulo Pong, an area native and a founder of The Pawn.
He is also a wine expert who has made sure that the pub offers obscure favorites, like a 2005 Kalleske Greenock from Australia’s Barossa Valley (740 Hong Kong dollars, or about $97 at 7.6 Hong Kong dollars to the U.S. dollar).
Nearby is the Michelin-starred restaurant Bo Innovation (60 Johnston Road; 852-2850-8371;, a rare purveyor of molecular gastronomy in China. The self-proclaimed “demon chef” Alvin Leung serves concoctions like kangaroo steak with a Sichuan pepper crust, and Chinese pork sausage ice cream. The chef’s tasting menu is 1,080 Hong Kong dollars, not including wine.
It says something about Wan Chai that the French designer label agnès b chose the area for its only art gallery outside of Paris (18 Wing Fung Street; 852-2869-5505). The spot features rotating installations and one-off exhibitions. Nearby Gresson Street is crowded with hawker stalls selling flowers, so Ooi Botos Gallery (No. 5; 852-2527-9733) can be hard to find, but it’s worth the search for unusual high-end painting and photography.
At Books Attic (D1, 7-17 Amoy Street; 852-2259-3103;, Jennifer Li, the owner, serves free Chinese tea as you browse through thousands of secondhand books, including out-of-print editions from the city’s days as a British colony.
Kapok (5 St. Francis Yard; 852-2549-9254; is a creative hub, selling whatever mix of jewelry, housewares and clothing Arnault Castel, the owner, finds interesting. Recent discoveries included a necklace by Stephanie Simek made of real solidified honey (1,980 Hong Kong dollars).

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Indian top Companies profiles..

Indian top Companies profiles..
India has been one of the fastest growing economies of the world at the moment. Indian economy has been consistently growing above the rate of 8% for the past few years. Indian corporates and business houses have played a critical role in the success story of Indian economy. In the pre-1991 era, i.e. before economic liberalization, Indian companies were operating in protected environment and were characterized by mediocrity and inefficiency. But the adoption of economic liberalization unleashed the latent entrepreneurial talent of Indian entrepreneurs and Indian companies adapted wonderfully to the environment of cut-throat competition. Today, many of Indian companies are at par with the best in the world.
A brief profile of the top 50 Indian companies. We do not claim that these are the top 50 Indian corporates, but they are well-known names of India Inc and have played a vital role in the success of Indian economy. Hope you enjoy reading these profiles.
Polaris Software Lab Ltd.Aditya Birla GroupDabur India LimitedAmbuja CementsApollo HospitalsAshok LeylandBajaj GroupBHELBiocon IndiaBombay DyeingCadbury IndiaCiplaDLF IndiaDr. Reddy's LabEssarEssel GroupGAIL India
Indian Oil CorporationInfosys TechnologiesHindustan Lever Ltd.GMR GroupGodrejHCLHero GroupITC Ltd.Jaypee GroupJindal SteelLarsen & ToubroMahindra GroupNestle IndiaNIITNirma Ltd.Novartis IndiaNTPC India
Bharti EnterprisesWipro TechnologiesONGC IndiaPantaloon RetailProctor & GambleRanbaxyReliance ADAGReliance GroupSahara IndiaSatyam ComputerSterlite IndustriesSuzlon Energy Ltd.Tata GroupTVS GroupUB GroupVideocon

Top Ten Popular Careers for 2010

Top Ten Careers for 2010
US Top Ten Most Popular Careers for 2010
Network Systems Analysts: The development of IT has led to an increase in organizations seeking installation and maintenance of networked communications. Systems analysts solve problems related to networked computer technology.
Physician's Assistant: Physician assistants are trained to provide diagnostic, therapeutic and preventative healthcare services, as overseen by a physician. Primary healthcare settings include family medicine and pediatrics.
Medical Assistants: The growing healthcare sector means more administrative and clinical tasks need to be performed. Other medical assistants can help with clinical tasks. Typically, work takes place in the offices of physicians, chiropractors, podiatrists, ophthalmologists and other health practitioners.
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians: Case and healthcare records are increasingly used for organizational management and ongoing evaluation of healthcare progress. Records might include patient medical history, symptoms, treatments, tests, outcomes, etc. Medical tests and information management are major growth areas.
Software Engineers: As IT continues to evolve, so does the work of computer software engineers, who design and develop new computer software systems. The engineer analyses users' needs and designs software or programs to meet these needs.
Physical Therapist Aides: The number of individuals with disabilities or limited physical function is growing, so the number of assistants who provide services to alleviate the difficulties is set to increase.
Fitness Trainers: Aerobics instructors and fitness trainers lead groups and individuals in a range of exercise activities. More people are spending time and money on their leisure activities, meaning employment opportunities for fitness instructors will grow.
Database Administrators: Many organizations now depend on the instant availability of data. Database administrators work with the relevant software to retrieve and present data. They need to understand every aspect of an organization's database system, from its performance to security and the platform it runs on.
Veterinary Technicians: Expectations for leading edge veterinary care are rising as healthcare in general progresses. Veterinary technicians perform tests, and treat and diagnose medical conditions in animals. Work can take place in domestic pet surgeries, livestock management, wildlife medicine, or pharmaceutical sales or biomedical research.
Dental Hygienists: As our healthcare involves an increasing emphasis on oral health and retention of natural teeth, work opportunities for dental hygienists are set to grow. Hygienists examine patients' gums and teeth, remove deposits, administer x-rays, and more.
Top Ten Most Popular Careers for 2010 in Canada
In-Home Nurse: Under the supervision of doctors and more highly trained nurses, Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses take care of individuals with health problems, whether they are sick, dying, or disabled. As the preference for care moves to the home, there will be more opportunities for In-Home Nurses.
Nurse Practitioner: As healthcare provision continues to grow in non-hospital settings, the openings for nurse practitioners, who provide a level of direct medical care to patients and acts as a consultant to other practicing nurses, continue to increase.
Programmer Analyst: Computer programmers write, test, and maintain the detailed instructions, called programs, which computers must follow to perform their functions. As digital technology continues to advance, the need for skilled analysts and programmers will continue to grow.
Physician and Surgeon: The expansion of both the public and private healthcare sectors leads to an increasing number of specialist areas and an ever increasing need for physicians and surgeons.
Teacher, Special Education: The greater awareness and development of educational approaches for students with special needs is leading to the expansion of this educational sector.
Pharmacist: Today's pharmacists work with patients to determine what the patient's needs are and what care should be provided. This is called "pharmaceutical care", and it is all about identifying, resolving and preventing medication-related problems. Increasingly, pharmacists are working in a range of settings.
Psychiatrist: Psychiatrists are physicians (medical doctors) who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness and emotional disorders, and act as consultants for other physicians. Psychiatrists work in hospitals, mental health clinics and private offices.
Radiological Technician: Radiologic technologists - also known as x-ray technicians - explain procedures to patients, make images for physicians to interpret, and keep records of patients' treatments. Government economists expect job growth for x-ray techs to be faster than the average for all careers.
Registered Nurses: Changes in the healthcare system continue to broaden the opportunities for nurses. An especially important trend is the increasing number of services that emphasize illness prevention and health promotion programs. Many of these are planned and staffed by registered nurses.
Physiotherapists assess patients and plan and carry out individually designed treatment programs to maintain, improve or restore physical functioning and alleviate pain. Employment in hospitals, clinics, sports organizations, extended care facilities and private practice continues to expand.
Top Ten Most Popular Careers for 2010 in the UK
Data Communications Analysts: More and more organizations now stay in touch internally and externally with other sites via networked communications. Analysts are responsible for overseeing the installation and maintenance of such networks, which are now becoming critical to the economic and social infrastructure.
Marketing Officer: Once existing solely in the private sector, the marketing function is also now an intrinsic aspect of organizational life in the public and voluntary sector. The development of the Internet has served to add to the marketing role, meaning that marketing opportunities continue to grow.
Software Engineers: The IT job sector grows in size as technological advances continue to be made. Computerized systems are ever more present in every area of organizational activity. Software engineers, who design and develop new applications to meet specific needs, are in ever greater demand.
Medical Administrator: There is an increasing need for administrators and clerical staff in the healthcare sector, which continues to grow.
Community Nurse: The development of primary healthcare sees more nursing activities taking place in the local community than ever before. The openings for community nurses, who perform non-surgical tasks in the home or other local settings, are increasing year on year.
Advertising Agency Account Executive: The media sector is becoming ever more specialized and complex, with an increasing number of specialist publications, broadcast channels and online media. An increasing level of targeted marketing through advertising is seeing growth in the number of opportunities for advertising executives.
Customer Services Assistant:
The growth of Customer Relationship Management has led to the establishment of many more customer service teams, who are dedicated to responding to customer queries and fulfilling services requested by the telephone or online.
Information Officer: Digital technology has enabled organizations to store more data more efficiently than in the past. Consequently, more personnel are needed who can offer specialist skills in operating database software and information networks, retrieving and disseminating information as necessary.
Administrator: Secretarial jobs may be decreasing as the personal computer changes the shape of office processes, yet administrative jobs are growing, largely due to the centralization of organizational systems.
Engineer: There is a growing demand for highly trained, skilled personnel who are able to meet the needs of the mechanical, electrical, electronic, automotive, biomedical and civil engineering sciences.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Top 8 american idol

Top 8 Men - American Idol
That was vital to get out of the way, because Wednesday night’s show, the final one before this season’s top 12 is determined, was among the oddest in “Idol” history, a extremely unsettling and chaotic microcosm of all of this cursed season’s idiosyncrasies. So rather than revisit the performances — the best of which still didn’t touch Crystal Bowersox or Siobhan Magnus — it’s more important to map out the show’s supreme concerns.
1. Kara’s emotional well-being. After Michael Lynche’s impressive-but-still-a-bit-brutish performance of the Maxwell version of Kate Bush’s “This Woman’s Work,” Kara DioGuardi gave her critique through tears, talking far more about being a childless woman than about Mr. Lynche’s vocals. Thus far this season, she’s been more than a wild card, unseated from her role as sensible music intellect and thrust into the tart vacuum left by Paula Abdul’s departure. Her commentary has been unpredictable and, at times, unstable. And moreover, worrying: with each show, as her footing becomes less stable, Kara is reduced even further to caricature.

2. Ellen’s mute mouth. She started out as a force, but since her early appearances during Hollywood Week, Ellen DeGeneres has minimized herself, or been minimized by producers. She’s bland and barely clever, and needs to abandon her extended banana metaphor for describing the evolution of Alex Lambert: it’s beyond uncomfortable. Maybe she’s backing off out of respect for the show’s traditional power structure, but if so, she’s the only one; even Randy has been offering cogent advice this season. Her most troubling moment to date came on Wednesday’s show, when she ran out from behind the judge’s table to hug Tim Urban after his middling take on “Hallelujah.” As difficult as it was to watch Kara be reduced to tears, it was somehow odder to see Ellen, a wise and sly talent, reduced to shtick.

3. Ryan’s sharp tongue. This season, Ryan Seacrest has emerged as a de facto fifth member of the judging panel, not by evaluating the performers, but by second-guessing the judges’ comments, asking them pointed follow-up questions clearly designed to curry favor with viewers who find the critiques harsh. Up until this year, Mr. Seacrest’s best asset has been his neutrality: he might have shared personal jokes with the judges, but he never interfered with their opinions. Now, he’s a virtual advocate, or public defender, on a show that’s always better without a buffer.

4. The heartbreak of Andrew Garcia. Covering Christina Aguilera’s “Genie in a Bottle” was, as Simon Cowell accurately said, “desperate.” The way to recapture the energy Mr. Garcia had during his audition isn’t to cover another overtly-pop song in winking fashion (not that this week’s performance had much of a wink to it). As Randy Jackson, of all people, noted, Mr. Garcia doesn’t have the range or flexibility to take on a song so big: “You made us feel like the whole song was three notes,” he said. Instead, Mr. Garcia should go back to his roots. On YouTube, there are several clips of him singing contemporary pop and R&B songs with inventive arrangements: any one of those would have been a more apt choice for Mr. Garcia, who has in the last three weeks undermined almost everything he’d previously done so well.

World's fattest female ...Simpson...

World's fattest femaleSimpson, who is from New JerseY...

Simpson, who is from New Jersey, tells Daily Mail that she aspires to be the fattest woman in the world.

Three years ago, Simpson, weighing at 241kg, was hailed by Guinness World Record as the world's fattest mother, after she gave birth to her daughter Jacqueline.

Looking at her now, one might think that she is again on her way of clinching that title.

Simpson, 42, currently weighs 273kg, but you would be wrong to think that she considers herself fleshy enough, for her ultimate goal is to hit 1000lb (450kg) within two years.

"I'd love to be 1000lb ... it might be hard though, running after my daughter keeps my weight down."

Eat lots and lots of junk food. It's not really hard, considering that her favourite food included cakes and doughnuts.

For your information, Simpson would have to down 12,000 calories per day, in order to reach her goal.

Apart from having a sweet tooth, Simpson has a weakness for sushi. Her highest record? Eating 70 pieces at one time.

It is no wonder she has to fork out $815 (S$1138) every week shopping for food and grocery.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Movies releases in 2010 ..

Movies releases in 2010 ..
.Solomon Kane
Good, retro 80s-ish sword and sorcery with a cast of familiar faces, a good build-up and decent action, with a tainted hero you can root for.
. Green Zone

For all its shaky visuals, Greengrass' Green Zone (sounds like a song title) manages to paint a vivid picture of how justification may have been fabricated for a "just war". Engrossing, when you're not fighting off motion sickness.
The Book Of Eli
At its heart, this is a movie about how faith can guide us through the most difficult journeys and past impossible circumstances. Kind of hard to reconcile that with all the butt-kicking that goes on, though.
Little Big Soldier
In Jackie Chan's latest action opus, he'd rather be a farmer than a fighter; the change of pace makes this wartime action-adventure all the more poignant.
14 Blades
What starts off a little muddled and messy soon becomes an intriguing, action-filled tale full of conspiracy, unrequited love and perforated organs.
Percy Jackson & The Lightning Thief Greek gods and demi-gods in the heart of New York? When director Chris Columbus is involved, expect one of the best shows in the fantasy genre.
True Legend
Martial arts director Yuen Woo-ping returns to the big screen to thrill kung-fu movie fans.
Fame Fame
is a grown-up version of High School Musical with a little less gloss and plastic.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

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