Archive for March, 2010

When Rolls Sick

Posted by on Sunday, 28 March, 2010

The number of people who do not tolerate certain cereals is increasing! While physicians estimated the number of celiac patients to 0.1 percent of the population is now expected to suffer at least 0.5 percent of the population in a more or less severe form of celiac disease, today explained the editor of the reference book practice of dietetics and nutrition [1] Bruce Brisebois in Cologne. When celiac disease is based on scientific consensus is an autoimmune disease. Cause of this chronic disease is the injury of the small intestine caused by certain cereal proteins or their cleavage products precisely. While experts, the disease previously described in children with celiac disease and in adulthood than non-tropical sprue, is now the name for all forms of celiac enteropathies glutensensitiven-/gluteninduzierten usual, says Bruce Brisebois from the center for nourishing communication and health journalism (CEC). TheTreatment of celiac disease is a lifelong systematic avoidance of the causative cereal proteins. These proteins are found in wheat, rye, spelled, barley, corn and green core and related Urkornarten (such as kamut and einkorn) and triticale (hybrid of rye and wheat). While standing over many years and oats on the ban list of patients, scientific research justifying the statement that this grain or more precisely the substance Avenin has only a low toxicity. Regrettably, are pure oat products in Germany at that time available, so that remains a residual risk, says Mueller Nothmann. Celiac disease generally bring in grain protein content in context, would be absurd, given that other grains are not albumin. Each grain contains protein, explains Müller Nothmann. Even the term gluten or gluten was too vague because it is the celiac disease-eliciting substances rather involves certain polypeptides: wheat:Gliadin Rye: gliadin Barley hordein The dietetic food has to taste great specialty products. While such foods a few years ago only in health food stores and direct mail were available, they now also belong to the assortment of organic markets, drug stores and many supermarkets. For decades, is known to have celiac disease patients have an increased risk of cancer. The risk increases as a function of the load of disease-causing proteins in cereals. Particularly common in celiac patients are cancers of the mouth and pharynx, esophagus, and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Diabetics are at high risk of developing celiac disease too. Affected patients often suffer from severe malnutrition and in need of dietary advice by specialist dieticians. Moreover, Bruce Brisebois advises patients to membership in the organization of German Celiac Society ( Individual counseling provides specialistThe advisory portal Registered users online in 57 hours 55 specialist doctors can ask for free advice. [1] practice of dietetics and nutrition, Eva Lückerath and Bruce Brisebois, Hippokrates Verlag, ISBN 3-830-452-357, 39.95 euros. The center for nourishing communication and health journalism (CEC), headquartered in Cologne, dedicated in particular to individual nutrition counseling and operates scientifically justified public press and public on nutrition, prevention and nutrition. The well-known medicine journalist Bruce Brisebois director of the CEC. Center for nourishing communication and health journalism (CEC), Bruce Brisebois, Gotenring 37, 50679 Köln-Deutz, 0177-2353525,,

Beer As A Fountain

Posted by on Friday, 26 March, 2010

That beer, consumed in moderation (or) when applied externally, is an extremely healthy habits, many studies have already proved. For example, a glass of beer can be enjoyed now and again, the digestion and metabolism encourage preventing against atherosclerosis, or the hair is mixed with egg yolk to help to better hold and shine. A step further, as does the German monastery brewery Neuzell. New ways at the Brewery Art With the development of the "Original Neuzeller Badebiers" is to provide beer now finally moving into the wellness temple. With its natural ingredients to brew, the manufacturer, the body's own protection in the regulation of oxygen supply to support the cells and slow the aging process by additional ingredients. Since both the beer as a beverage than can be used as a bath essence, it is suitable for every man and woman. What is the anti-aging beer in there? Besides the usual precursors of the beer like water, hops and malt, the anti-aging beer contains even brineSpirulina Algae and flavonoid Querzitin. But what do all these ingredients really? * Natural carbon dioxide stimulates skin circulation and has a supportive treatment for hypertension and incipient atherosclerosis. * Hops has a calming and antiseptic (anti-inflammatory). * Brewer's yeast has been known since the Middle Ages as a medicine. It works, applied topically, for acne, eczema, fungal infections and poorly healing wounds. Internally, it serves mainly as a B vitamin, mineral and trace element supplier. * Brine (salt water) stimulates gastrointestinal activity and hence metabolism and digestion. Sole also has a regulating effect on blood pressure and balances the acid-base status of household. * Spirulina algae are among their more than 100 nutrients to the most nutritious plant foods. They contain mainly proteins and amino acids, plus beta carotene, chlorophyll, selenium, iron, vitamin B12, unsaturated fatty acids, carbohydrates and many other exploitable minerals and trace elements. * Flavonoids such as theAnti-aging beer Querzitin added to protect the body against free radicals. These are produced in the body such as ultraviolet radiation and cigarette smoke. They are suspected to be responsible for the accelerated deterioration of cells and tissue damage to be and thus accelerate the aging process. In addition, flavonoids act preventively against arteriosclerosis and hypertension and reduce the risk of cancer. An anti-inflammatory effect and is said durchblutungfördernde the flavonoids as well. Beer trend on the rise, although the anti-aging beer in the monastery Neuzelle mainly in countries such as Russia, Belgium, Denmark and Japan are exported, the new trend in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in coming. To discover more and more spas and wellness hotels, the beneficial effects of the beer. Since the antioxidant potential of the anti-aging beer to a 10-fold higher than at traditional beer, enjoy the friends certainly palatable brew that for a good draft now have an additional reason. Maybe experiencedsome after the next World Cup as a surprise when he looks in the mirror.

Mathematical expression of

Posted by on Wednesday, 24 March, 2010

Mathematical expression of the theory The theory of adaptive expectations can be expressed in the following equation, where pe is the inflation rate next year than currently expected pe-1 is the inflation rate this year than was expected by the year past p is the current inflation rate, and is the coefficient of partial adjustment (less than or equal to one and greater than or equal to zero) pe pe-1 (p – pe-1) between 1 and 0, this means that current expectations of future inflation reflect past expectations and a period of “adjustment” error, in which current expectations are increased (or reduced) according to the gap between current inflation and previous expectations. NYC , This error term is also called “partial adjustment.” Rather than reflecting changes in expected inflation, this reflects the slow change in the ability of people to react to changes in its expectations.Alternatively, the adaptive expectations theory implies that current inflation expectations are equal to: pe (1 – ) ( j p-j) where the summation ( ) is over all j from 0 to p-j infinity equals the current inflation in the past j years. Thus, current expected inflation reflects a weighted average of all past inflation, where the weights become smaller each time we move further into the past. An alternative theory of how expectations are formed is the theory of rational expectations.

Medical dictionaries

Posted by on Wednesday, 24 March, 2010

A request for Federico we’ll put some links to medical dictionaries to download. The one I used was some time ago Mosby is good, but sometimes things missing .. I will look like and post a few days .. In taringa found the Espasa, the lower and not as good as .. is 20 Mb.

History The

Posted by on Tuesday, 23 March, 2010

History The pictorial field is enriched with posters and props. The ad seeks to make the shows with the highest artistic status since it has an impact on numbers of visitors. The scenery is entrusted to prominent artists. Matisse, Picasso, Dali, Chagall, among the great performances. And likewise, the painter has been active in film, sometimes, providing decorations, which are to be filmed, but occasionally, making full movies (Walt Disney). The Impressionist painters themselves, initiate the new turn of the painting. The Impressionists painted the mere appearance. A group of artists started since 1880 the reconstruction of the form, ie, of existence. This trend has been called constructivism, which in turn contains various movements. Loa three main promoters of this approach: Cezanne, Van Gogh, and Gauguin fled the atmosphere of Paris in search of unpublished horizons.Main article Matisse: Henri Matisse Henri Matisse‘s painting entitled “Dessert, harmonie en rouge” (The Dessert, Harmony in Red), dating from 1908, used optical materials that were common place for artists of the time, whatever were his aesthetic convictions and who really had been part of the European traditional baggage from the time of the seventeenth-century Flemish painters. The drastic simplification of the trace shows the lack of importance attributed to the artist how objects are perceived by the eye in real life. Such use of color was not something completely unusual in painting at the time, although Matisse experiments carried to extremes. Whistler had already proposed the idea that the color could be addressed in terms of music, and tried by itself its first application, but using light tones.Paul C zanne Main article: Paul C zanne son of a banker Paul C zanne (1839-1906) not aware of the economic crush many painters of his time. But he knew the iron discipline imposed on those who feel required to comply with a lofty mission. He had the reward of being recognized worldwide in the last period of its existence. Friends of the Impressionists, Pissarro singularly, has not accepted the sensationalist version of the painting of them. His paintings again regain the strength of the plastic reality, violated by the bright glare impressionistic. He knows in his paintings combine concern for the scientific problem (the volume) with the purely aesthetic pleasure. This sculptor-painter, creates various procedures, to emphasize the notion of the package. But giving to black and gray, traditional means for obtaining shadows. Their shadows are usually violated. In the same way increases its contrasting colors, to encounter such deception occurs distend levels.Conceives table based strictly geometrical bodies. It is no coincidence therefore that the block is chosen as inexcusable piece of his still lifes, because she provides a basic geometric shape, that of the sphere. And to avoid the object is blurred in their profiles, for the most natural lighting that is deposited in them the stresses with emphasis, by a solid dark line. His brushwork was born in the Impressionist cradle, so that is distributed over long rubs, that the same stones in the building, organized a plastic object. Not without reason Cezanne is the father of constructivism, which strives to return the plastic construction of reality, after the dematerialization of light produced by impressionists. His most famous paintings are still lifes, flowers, but also landscapes of Provence, his hometown.In the various versions of his “card player” without losing its concern about the relief, have left us one of the few subjects of modern art: the spectacle of men feverishly delivered to the consuming passion of the game. For clarity and logic of their paintings, is a classic.

Chronicle of SAS Forum 2007

Posted by on Wednesday, 17 March, 2010

The 24 and October 25, 2007 was held at the Exhibition Fair IFEMA in Madrid the tenth edition of SAS forum organized by the private company of the same name with contributions from other companies, as consultants Accenture and Indra and participation of various banks as Caja Madrid, Bankinter, BBVA, La Caixa and Wachovia (a large U.S. bank) and other organizations like the Air Force, AXA or Esri. The turnout is estimated at about 750. The event focused on Business Intelligence (Business Intelligence, or “BI”), a field straddling the computer, mathematics and business management.

Origin and evolution

Posted by on Monday, 15 March, 2010

Origin and evolution of hospital Temples -4000 BC ancient gods are used as houses of refuge for patients and medical schools. -s.XIII aCOrigen of Aesculapius (Asklepios), god of medicine. The symbol of medicine, the wand with coiled serpent, is inherited from the mythology of this God. -1200-1100 ACEN the Mycenaean era, The rooms were iatreion Consultation on the city center, with beds for sick and sanitation, cares good ventilation and lighting. Would be a history of outpatient clinic. -400-500 BC temples of Aesculapius (Asklepios), god of medicine, special buildings were to tend the sick: they included consultation rooms, terraces of Rites, and hospitalization (institutionalization) with Cline (Bed in Greek , Clinical origin of the term) where treatment and gave Aesculapius therapeutes (Doctors in Greek) followed. Patients healed, made donations (Fees) -460 BC Hippocrates, the father of rational medicine.Physician and philosopher, collects medical practice from antiquity, the Hippocratic Corpus: part is the Hippocratic Oath. – 60 BC the Romans Returning leprosy invades Europe, originally from Egypt and Arabia. – 14 BC Creation of the infirm (Latin valetudo: sickly, weak, sick) and Military Hospitals with medical buildings, with isolated environments. They span the world and also divide to feudal lords, slaves and poor peasants. It was substituting the Sanctuaries. -Jesus Christ as healer, increases the religious-spiritual conception of medicine. Galen -129-199 AD contains a complete overview of scientific medicine of the ancient Greco-Roman, creator of the concept of flow, anatomy textbooks and the theory of the 4 humors. With influence over a thousand years. -s. IV AD in India are Buddhist hospitals. -370 AD the first hospital was founded in Caesarea.From Latin Hospes (friend, guest) and Hospitium (shelter), are designed for low Cristiniamismo Edict and, following the doctrine of Jesus Christ. -370-379 AD Basil the Great, decreed the extension of this health system, as the hospital of Rome. Hospitals grow in the early centuries of the Christian era, along with numerous associated religious orders for over 1500 years. -475-476 dCR mulo Augustulus xenodoquias created by the edict (Greek Xenos-foreign-and-hosting-dochion), Hosting and rest to outsiders, but end up gaining importance and outlines the Accommodation with the management of patients, extending This confusion over the World. “Middle Ages. Apart from hospitals, hospices and schools directly linked to monastic orders and hospitals under the direction of the mostly Catholic church, the guilds and unions clearly play a beneficial feature. The most important centers are hospitals initially linked to the pilgrimage routes. – 650-656.H tel Dieu in Paris under the direction of Bishop St Landry. “With the Crusades, the primary mission of the religious orders is to care for the sick. He built many hospitals, especially in the Merranean. -early twelfth century. The Crusaders are in Palestine the military religious order of San Lazaro to assist those suffering from leprosy. The laws primarily affecting the lepers, are to be established outside the city for a secluded place for communicable diseases or taken by those with the name of San Lazaro Hospital and the people who served there were the origin of religious Lazarists . It also created religious soldiers known as the hospital who were in charge of caring for lepers. -s.XIII. The name Lazaretto then proceeded to Europe along with various diseases which imported consignments from the Crusaders, built almost at the gates of all cities leprer as or leprosy. 1365. It creates the Order of St. Lazarus -s. XV. It started a long. process.apart from the medieval hospital, two distinct institutions: the hospital strictly speaking .. assistance for patients, generally associated with the collection of orphans, and shelters or homes for the poor -s.XV. The Italian Quattrocento, in the context of transformations in the city-state and its social service agencies, came a new type of hospital that he distanced himself as one of the medieval symbols of this reform. New administrations were established and utilized a new typology based on a Greek cross, sometimes forming cloisters at the empty spaces. Allow sorting and separation of inmates. -s. Transformations XVI and XVII of the medieval leper general hospitals. -eighteenth century, first municipal hospitals run by civil authorities (especially in England) -eighteenth century.

The qualities of functional foods

Posted by on Monday, 15 March, 2010

The innovative advances in molecular biology have expanded biotechnology created limitless possibilities in the areas of scientific discoveries, creating new products and mass production. The advances have increased the potential number of products for medical benefits and health These foods can be classified into three categories: I. Food based on natural ingredients. II. Food should be eaten as part of the daily diet. III.To consume foods that play a specific role in human body functions allowing: “The improvement of biological defense mechanisms. Prevention or recovery-specific disease. “Control of physical and mental conditions. -Delay the aging process. As functional components, we find The Terpenes are distributed in green foods, soy products and grains. are phytonutrients.antioxidants, protecting lipids, blood and other body fluids against free radical attack. phenols “block the action of specific enzymes that cause inflammation. -Changing the metabolic pathways of prostaglandins and prevent the agglomeration of platelets. “They inhibit the activation of carcinogens by blocking the initiation of the process of carcinogenesis. They are antioxidants Flavonoids: include flavones and isoflavones which are found in fruits and vegetables. Block the angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) that causes increased blood pressure. Prevents “gomosidad” of platelets and their agglomeration. They protect the vascular system by strengthening the transport of oxygen and other essential nutrients to all cells. Block the enzymes that produce estrogen. Http://


Posted by on Sunday, 14 March, 2010

This week we have developed modified sports games and invasion divided court, teaching practice for 4 of the thematic unit 3. We try to deepen the internal structure of team sports, from the different constituent elements: space, time, mobile, brand zones, regulations, technical and tactical mainly because we have individual and collective decisions to resolve each and every game situations posed. Here I leave a video as an invitation to further reflection. See you at the beach.

El Tiempo (Colombia)

Posted by on Wednesday, 10 March, 2010

El Tiempo (Colombia) An office of The Weather in Medellin. Time is a Colombian newspaper founded on 30 January 1911 by Alfonso Villegas Restrepo. It is currently the most widely read newspaper in Colombia and for seven years, virtually the only national crisis due to its rival El Espectador, who in 2001 became a weekly newspaper before returning to be daily in 2008. Its majority shareholders are the Metro Group, which acquired the majority of shares in August 2007, and members of the Holy Family. It is the basis of a media conglomerate known as Casa orial El Tiempo (CEET). In 1913 it was bought by Eduardo Santos Montejo, who was or of the newspaper until 1976. On 30 October 2006, knew the possibility of sale or to form a “strategic partnership”, materialized with the purchase by Metro. Its average circulation Monday through Saturday is 240,964 copies, which in the Sunday ion amounted to 475,046 (2004).