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KTU Online We Provides APJ AbdulKalam Technological University(KTU) oriented Question Papers,Notes,Textbooks,Slides,Results,Syllabus,Timetables,etc
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Halsafoods - Dairy free Plant based yogurt - Organic & probiotic America’s first plant based dairyfree yogurt made from whole grain oats. And the world’s first dairy-free yogurt without a single artificial ingredient.
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WayFare - Online Store for Dairy Free, Plant Based Food Shop WayFare for Cheese, Pudding, Sour Cream, Cream Cheese and Butter that is Dairy Free, Soy Free, Gluten Free, NON-GMO, & Kosher Pareve Certified.
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Dairy Rubber Mat Manufacturers | Rubber Conveyor Belt Delhi India Kapoor Oil Mills is a leading Dairy Rubber Mat manufacturers suppliers and exporters based in Delhi India offer Rubber Conveyor Belt, EPDM Reclaim Rubber at the market price
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WASH Sector No-one should have to live in poverty. SNV is dedicated to a society in which all people are free to pursue their own sustainable development.
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Find Dietitian, View Ratings, Fees & Book Appointment An online platform to book Dietitians from all over the world based on their ratings and reviews and feedbacks shared by the clients.
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Innovating regular products to make your life better! – Lean Blend LEAN BLEND, superfood infused coffee & protein water that help improve health, well-being & performance. Healthy coffee, infused with superfoods full of antioxidants & benefits such as fat burning, increase metabolism, energy & more. Plant based protein water that is vegan friendly, dairy & gluten free
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Punjab Agro Industries Corporation Limited(PAIC) Punjab Agro Industries Corporation Limited(PAIC) is the premier organization of Punjab Government, entrusted with the responsibility of promotion and facilitation of agro based industries including agro processing, dairy processing, poultry processing, agro residue processing, food & horticulture processing, agro chemicals manufacturing etc. in Punjab. PAIC was incorporated in 1966 with the objective to provide quality agri inputs viz. fertilizers, pesticides and tractors to farmers. In early 1980s, PAIC ventured into project development activities and implementation of agro processing units in the public sector.
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The Zero Waste Shop, Totnes, Devon - organic, plant-based, bulk-buy, wholefoods The UKs Only Zero Waste Shop in Totnes, Devon selling organic, plant based, gluten free, wholefoods with no packaging - bring your own container and reduce land fill
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bemcoffee A fabulously relaxing coffee shop based in St John's Village in Woking, Surrey. We offer a high luxury blend of Brazilian and El Salvador coffee using locally roasted beans, along with a variety of teas and cold drinks. We have a great menu for you to grab some breakfast, lunch or evening nibbles with gluten/dairy…
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Dubliner Cheese Dubliner Cheese is produced by Carbery. Based in Ireland’s dairy heartland in West Cork, Carbery has been making high quality cheeses for nearly forty years.
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Vegan Cheese MozzaRisella Mozzarisella Is A Tasty Aliment Based On Germinated Whole Rice Made Without Milk And Lactose A Light And Digestible Alternative Strongly Recommended To People With Lactose Or Gluten Intolerance.
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Schulz Organic Dairy Australian Organic Dairy Farm. Producing organic milk, yogurt, cream, quark and cheese. Timboon based, visit us at the Timboon Cheesery.
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30 Day Arbonne Healthy Living Challenge Experience Arbonne Healthy Living Clean Eating, all our products are, Pure, Safe, Beneficial, Hypoallergenic, certified vegan, gluten free, NON-GMO, soy free, Organic, Dairy Free, Paraben free, botanically based, mineral oil free, no petroleum, no formaldehyde, no dyes, no chemicals, no acetone, no animal products, no waxes, cruelty-free (never tested on animals).
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Daw Refrigeration Milk Tanks and Milking Parlours Welcome to Daw Refrigeration dairy sector. We offer you a complete dairy solution, including DeLaval milking parlours and a wide range of milk tanks and dairy equipment, such as ice banks, heat recovery and much more. Based in the southwest, Devon, Exeter Tel: 01392 8151613
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Colac’s Home of Quality Farm Machinery. Based in Colac, Rhys Evans sell an extensive range of farm machinery & Dairy equipment from leading brands such as Massey Ferguson, Kubota, Krone, Delaval & Sam. We also offer finance plus have a fully equipped parts & service department to handle all manner of farm machinery servicing.
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Catering Houston Catering Holiday Catering Event Catering Wedding Catering Houston Woodlands Catering Cypress Catering Heights Catering Sugarland Catering Austin Catering Tailgate Catering Texans Tailgate Dynamo Tailgate UT tailgate Cowboys Tailgate Tailgate catering Tailgate Parties Wedding Catering Holiday Catering Houston Holiday Catering Woodlands Holiday Catering Sugarland Holiday Catering Cypress
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Fluff Meringues & More Fluff Meringues & More is a modern patisserie based in Austin, Texas that sources fine ingredients to produce unique, tasty treats!
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The Hardy Party Eats | If thou of fortune be bereft and in thy store there be but left two loaves, Sell one and with the dole buy Hyacinths to feed thy soul. Eat a plant based whole food diet.  Try to eat 50% raw.  Try to eat all parts of the plant everyday, root, stem, leaf, fruit.  Eat fish (Joseph Smith) and sparingly in times of cold and famine homegrown grassfed meat.  Light on dairy - make it raw and try to make it fermented.  Eat fermented…
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Mallya Group of Companies The Mallya Group of Companies is a family-owned and family-run business established in 1957. Our Group companies include Emco Goa Private Limited, Ramadas Mallya Enterprises, Mallya Agencies and Mallya Farms. We are engaged in iron-ore mining, barge-loading, distribution & wholesaling of FMCG and dairy & farming. We are based in Margao, Goa.
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Lasany International, Lab Instruments, scientific instruments, laboratory plasticware, dairy testing equipments, agriculture testing equipments, Intech Lasany International- A leading company based in India. Manufacturers, exporters and importers of wide range of Scientific, Laboratory, Analytical and Medical Products
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Song of Health SONG OF HEALTH. The most complete information source on food intolerances, based on Dr. Carroll Food Intolerance Evaluation. Articles by renowned naturopaths, free recipes. Supported by Carroll Institute of Natural Healing.
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Raw | Brighton | Plantbased | Organic | Desserts | Cake | Wedding The Kleen Kitchen makes raw plant based desserts with no gluten, dairy or refined sugar. Using only organic ingredients our food is wholesome, nurtritious and delicious.
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Raw | Brighton | Plantbased | Organic | Desserts | Cake | Wedding The Kleen Kitchen makes raw plant based desserts with no gluten, dairy or refined sugar. Using only organic ingredients our food is wholesome, nurtritious and delicious.
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Wild Mylk Vibrant Ice Cream - Dairy Free, Handcrafted & Small Batch Wild Mylk is a new tradition of fun and decadent ice cream. We believe that ice cream should be inclusive and enjoyed by all! Our creamy treats are handcrafted in small batches using a blend of cashew and coconut milks. Using plant based ingredients we build flavors with joy, intention, humor, adventure and nostalgia.
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Home - Global Dairy Network Our mission is to supply competitively priced dairy products to the international market based on developing mutually beneficial relationships between manufacturers and customers.
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Great Downtown Richmond Apartments are Waiting to Welcome You | Richmond Dairy Come home and discover how unique our downtown Richmond apartments feel. These income based apartments in a 100-year old renovated dairy are a peaceful oasis.
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live local Healthy recipes based on real, local, organic and sustainable food. Mainly vegan with dairy and fish options. Interviews with the people growing, producing and cooking your food, travel guides and retreats.
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Steph Kiely Photography | Wedding and Family Photographer Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire I''m a documentary wedding and portrait photographer based in Stone, Aylesbury Buckinghamshire. Covering Weddings, Family Photography, Cake Smash Sessions and all Corporate needs across Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
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Gluten Free, Wheat Free and Dairy Free, ,, Coeliac Diabetic Food, Cork Ireland - Denise's Delicious Gluten Free Bakery. Cork based bakery providing Gluten Free, Wheat Free and Dairy Free food all over Ireland. Our artisan bakers create the highest quality cakes, breads and snacks
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Simon Weaver Organic | Artisan Cheese Maker | Upper Slaughter Simon Weaver Organic is a small, artisan cheese producer based in the Cotswolds. Handcrafting organic cheese since 2005. A selection of soft and hard cheese available.
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Trans Organics (India) Pvt. Ltd. - Complete Water Solutions The India based Trans Organics has earned reputation as a Total Enviormental Engineering Company with focus on Water Waste Treatment / Recycling Systems. Modular,Pre-fabricated & Skid mounted design. Suitable for re-location,if & when required in future. An odour-free unit delivering crystal clear watter. Treated water from the System is sutiable for re-use in irrigation. Post-chlorination and filteration makes terated water 100% pathogen free.Unit ionstallation does not call for any major civil works. Service Contractors for operation and maintaining the unit.
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Order Vegan Cheesecake | London | Portobello Attic The Portobello Attic is London's First Dairy Free Cheesecake Company. A Family Run Business Specialising In Hand Crafted Soya Based Cheesecakes, Catering For Vegan, Gluten Free and Dairy Free.
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Capital Center For Travel & Tropical Medicine Routine & Travel Immunizations Helpful Hints for the Traveler Illnesses and Precautions Illnesses and Precautions Prescriptions When traveling outside the United States, you should always be prepared for the unexpected. The physicians at Capital Center for Travel and Tropical Medicine can prescribe appropriate medications to take with you to help avoid and treat disease. Malaria Malaria is a life threatening disease that is transmitted by infected mosquitoes. Travelers can avoid infection by repelling mosquitoes and using preventative medicines. You can repel mosquitoes by the following methods • Use insect repellent containing 30-50% DEET on all exposed skin except eyes, lips and open wounds. • Pre-treat clothes, netting and shoes with permethrin, which also repels mosquitoes. • Wear long pants tucked into pants when hiking and long sleeve shirts tucked into your pants. • Avoid scented products such as perfumes and deodorants. • Try to remain indoors between dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are most active. Your physician will prescribe anti-malarial medicines which are taken before, during and after your trip. It is extremely important to take these medications as prescribed. Before you travel, see your travel medicine provider. They will review your specific itinerary and determine the risk of malaria exposure. Traveler''s Diarrhea The most common health related issue to afflict the traveler is diarrhea. Typically caused by the ingestion of bacteria or their toxin byproducts, viruses and parasites after swallowing germs during mealtime or from contaminated hand to mouth contact. When traveling to a developing country be aware of the filtration system. Here are a few tips. • Boiling water for 3 minutes is a safe way to disinfect the water • Drink bottled water and juices. • Use bottled or boiled water to brush your teeth • Avoid milk and dairy products which may be unpasteurized • Do not use ice made from local tap water • Ask your physician about the use of iodine tablets to disinfect the water. • Eat only fruits with thick skin that you have personally peeled • Do not eat raw or undercooked meat, seafood or vegetables • Avoid salads (washed with contaminated water) • Do not eat food from street vendors • Wash hands with soap before eating Rehydration is the key if you should contract traveler''s diarrhea. If you have several watery stools with abdominal cramps you have likely contracted traveler''s diarrhea. You should drink fluids (bottled juices and water as well as broths made from boiled water). If possible try and purchase oral rehydration salts known as Pedialyte or Gatorade. If overseas and are unable to purchase these products you can make your own rehydrating solution. Mix together 1 tsp salt and 8 tsp sugar in 1 quart of clean (bottled or boiled) water. Over the counter medication, i.e. Imodium AD can be taken with caution only if you do not have a fever or bloody stools. Be careful, we do not want to trap the offending agent or chemical in your body so only use Imodium if you are having trouble keeping up with what is coming out of you. If you have no relief from Imodium AD, you should consider taking an antibiotic prescribed by your physician. Please wash your hands frequently to prevent infecting others. Ticks Ticks are one of the leading carriers of diseases to humans, whether from the tick bite itself or from the organisms in the tick''s saliva transmitted through the bite. The following are simple measures a traveler can take to help prevent a tick bite: • Avoid grassy areas and shrubs where ticks may be lying in wait. • Wear light colored clothing so ticks can be easily seen, and brush them off • Tuck your pants into boots or socks • Apply insect repellant to the clothing but not to the skin, specifically the brands designed to repel ticks. • At the end of the day do a "tick check" on yourself Unfortunately, many people think they know how to remove ticks, but the most common tick-removal methods result in increasing the chances of infection. The best way to remove a tick is to use a small pair of tweezers. Using the tweezers, carefully flip the tick onto its back. Grab the tick firmly (but not too tight as to cause it to rupture) with the tweezers as close to the skin as possible. Apply gentle pulling until the tick comes free. Twisting and turning the tick can cause the head and mouthpiece to break off increasing the chance of infection. Once the tick is removed, you may rinse it down the sink or flush it down a toilet. Consider keeping it in a tightly closed jar or taped to a piece of paper to help the doctor in managing your condition should you become ill from the tick bite. Cruise Ship Sanitation The CDC (United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) conducts sanitation inspections of all passenger cruise ships arriving at ports under control of the United States. These inspections are held to decrease the possibility of disease outbreaks caused by contaminated food or water on board cruise ship. Ships are rated on the following items to determine if they meet CDC''s sanitation standards: • Water • Refrigeration • Food Preparation • Potential contamination of food • Personal cleanliness of food handlers • General cleanliness and repair The inspection program is based on World Health Organization guidelines. A summary of cruise ship sanitation inspections and/or a copy of the last inspection report of a specified ship is available from the Office of Chief, Sanitation and Vector Control Activity, Quarantine Division, 1015 North America Way, Room 107, Miami, Florida 33132. Altitude Sickness Altitude sickness can affect 25% of adults going higher than 5000 feet. Eight percent of those symptomatic will develop more serious disease resulting in possible brain swelling and/or heart failure. Initial symptoms may mimic more common problems such as migraine headaches, dehydration, exhaustion, viral infections, or bronchitis. Travelers have options to decrease risk. Slower ascent facilitates acclimatization. Reduced activity upon arrival and appropriate high carbohydrate diet are helpful, as well as limited alcohol usage. Acetazolamide (Diamox) is the drug of choice to accelerate acclimatization and decrease susceptibility to altitude sickness. It is gentle, yet very effective when started twice or three times per day the day before ascent and continued until descent. Acetazolamide acts as a mild diuretic and also adjusts the chemistry of the body promoting adequate breathing patterns'' and fluid balance. Acetazolamide is contraindicated in persons with sulfa allergy. Dexamethasone and Nifedipine are helpful in select situations. Mild altitude sickness may be treated with analgesics, diamox, or dexamethasone. The mildly symptomatic person should rest and not go any higher until symptoms resolve. If there is no improvement in a few days, or the symptoms worsen, it becomes imperative to descend to lower elevation, and use oxygen in conjunction with further treatment to save the person''s life. Sexually Transmitted Disease Be aware of risk of infection if you should decide to be sexually active abroad. Particularly, risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes simplex, syphilis, HBV, etc. may be much higher than here in the U.S. Responsible behavior and use of condoms and alcohol will decrease but not eliminate all risk. Avoid illicit drugs. Abstinence is the only preferably reliable safe behavior. There is increased antibiotic resistance in some of these infections in Asia and Africa. It is important to let your health care provider know of your travel history, should you develop illness upon return home. General 20-50% of travel-related deaths are caused by accidents, trauma and injuries. Avoid nighttime driving in rural areas. Use seat belts and infant/child car seats. Avoid use of alcohol while driving or engaging in water sports. Use flotation devices or life jackets. Use helmets when riding bikes, horses, or mopeds. Avoid politically unstable areas. Illnesses and Precautions Prescriptions When traveling outside the United States, you should always be prepared for the unexpected. The physicians at Capital Center for Travel and Tropical Medicine can prescribe appropriate medications to take with you to help avoid and treat disease. Malaria Malaria is a life threatening disease that is transmitted by infected mosquitoes. Travelers can avoid infection by repelling mosquitoes and using preventative medicines. You can repel mosquitoes by the following methods • Use insect repellent containing 30-50% DEET on all exposed skin except eyes, lips and open wounds. • Pre-treat clothes, netting and shoes with permethrin, which also repels mosquitoes. • Wear long pants tucked into pants when hiking and long sleeve shirts tucked into your pants. • Avoid scented products such as perfumes and deodorants. • Try to remain indoors between dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are most active. Your physician will prescribe anti-malarial medicines which are taken before, during and after your trip. It is extremely important to take these medications as prescribed. Before you travel, see your travel medicine provider. They will review your specific itinerary and determine the risk of malaria exposure. Traveler''s Diarrhea The most common health related issue to afflict the traveler is diarrhea. Typically caused by the ingestion of bacteria or their toxin byproducts, viruses and parasites after swallowing germs during mealtime or from contaminated hand to mouth contact. When traveling to a developing country be aware of the filtration system. Here are a few tips. • Boiling water for 3 minutes is a safe way to disinfect the water • Drink bottled water and juices. • Use bottled or boiled water to brush your teeth • Avoid milk and dairy products which may be unpasteurized • Do not use ice made from local tap water • Ask your physician about the use of iodine tablets to disinfect the water. • Eat only fruits with thick skin that you have personally peeled • Do not eat raw or undercooked meat, seafood or vegetables • Avoid salads (washed with contaminated water) • Do not eat food from street vendors • Wash hands with soap before eating Rehydration is the key if you should contract traveler''s diarrhea. If you have several watery stools with abdominal cramps you have likely contracted traveler''s diarrhea. You should drink fluids (bottled juices and water as well as broths made from boiled water). If possible try and purchase oral rehydration salts known as Pedialyte or Gatorade. If overseas and are unable to purchase these products you can make your own rehydrating solution. Mix together 1 tsp salt and 8 tsp sugar in 1 quart of clean (bottled or boiled) water. Over the counter medication, i.e. Imodium AD can be taken with caution only if you do not have a fever or bloody stools. Be careful, we do not want to trap the offending agent or chemical in your body so only use Imodium if you are having trouble keeping up with what is coming out of you. If you have no relief from Imodium AD, you should consider taking an antibiotic prescribed by your physician. Please wash your hands frequently to prevent infecting others. Ticks Ticks are one of the leading carriers of diseases to humans, whether from the tick bite itself or from the organisms in the tick''s saliva transmitted through the bite. The following are simple measures a traveler can take to help prevent a tick bite: • Avoid grassy areas and shrubs where ticks may be lying in wait. • Wear light colored clothing so ticks can be easily seen, and brush them off • Tuck your pants into boots or socks • Apply insect repellant to the clothing but not to the skin, specifically the brands designed to repel ticks. • At the end of the day do a "tick check" on yourself Unfortunately, many people think they know how to remove ticks, but the most common tick-removal methods result in increasing the chances of infection. The best way to remove a tick is to use a small pair of tweezers. Using the tweezers, carefully flip the tick onto its back. Grab the tick firmly (but not too tight as to cause it to rupture) with the tweezers as close to the skin as possible. Apply gentle pulling until the tick comes free. Twisting and turning the tick can cause the head and mouthpiece to break off increasing the chance of infection. Once the tick is removed, you may rinse it down the sink or flush it down a toilet. Consider keeping it in a tightly closed jar or taped to a piece of paper to help the doctor in managing your condition should you become ill from the tick bite. Cruise Ship Sanitation The CDC (United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) conducts sanitation inspections of all passenger cruise ships arriving at ports under control of the United States. These inspections are held to decrease the possibility of disease outbreaks caused by contaminated food or water on board cruise ship. Ships are rated on the following items to determine if they meet CDC''s sanitation standards: • Water • Refrigeration • Food Preparation • Potential contamination of food • Personal cleanliness of food handlers • General cleanliness and repair The inspection program is based on World Health Organization guidelines. A summary of cruise ship sanitation inspections and/or a copy of the last inspection report of a specified ship is available from the Office of Chief, Sanitation and Vector Control Activity, Quarantine Division, 1015 North America Way, Room 107, Miami, Florida 33132. Altitude Sickness Altitude sickness can affect 25% of adults going higher than 5000 feet. Eight percent of those symptomatic will develop more serious disease resulting in possible brain swelling and/or heart failure. Initial symptoms may mimic more common problems such as migraine headaches, dehydration, exhaustion, viral infections, or bronchitis. Travelers have options to decrease risk. Slower ascent facilitates acclimatization. Reduced activity upon arrival and appropriate high carbohydrate diet are helpful, as well as limited alcohol usage. Acetazolamide (Diamox) is the drug of choice to accelerate acclimatization and decrease susceptibility to altitude sickness. It is gentle, yet very effective when started twice or three times per day the day before ascent and continued until descent. Acetazolamide acts as a mild diuretic and also adjusts the chemistry of the body promoting adequate breathing patterns'' and fluid balance. Acetazolamide is contraindicated in persons with sulfa allergy. Dexamethasone and Nifedipine are helpful in select situations. Mild altitude sickness may be treated with analgesics, diamox, or dexamethasone. The mildly symptomatic person should rest and not go any higher until symptoms resolve. If there is no improvement in a few days, or the symptoms worsen, it becomes imperative to descend to lower elevation, and use oxygen in conjunction with further treatment to save the person''s life. Sexually Transmitted Disease Be aware of risk of infection if you should decide to be sexually active abroad. Particularly, risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes simplex, syphilis, HBV, etc. may be much higher than here in the U.S. Responsible behavior and use of condoms and alcohol will decrease but not eliminate all risk. Avoid illicit drugs. Abstinence is the only preferably reliable safe behavior. There is increased antibiotic resistance in some of these infections in Asia and Africa. It is important to let your health care provider know of your travel history, should you develop illness upon return home. General 20-50% of travel-related deaths are caused by accidents, trauma and injuries. Avoid nighttime driving in rural areas. Use seat belts and infant/child car seats. Avoid use of alcohol while driving or engaging in water sports. Use flotation devices or life jackets. Use helmets when riding bikes, horses, or mopeds. Avoid politically unstable areas. Illnesses and Precautions Prescriptions When traveling outside the United States, you should always be prepared for the unexpected. The physicians at Capital Center for Travel and Tropical Medicine can prescribe appropriate medications to take with you to help avoid and treat disease. Malaria Malaria is a life threatening disease that is transmitted by infected mosquitoes. Travelers can avoid infection by repelling mosquitoes and using preventative medicines. You can repel mosquitoes by the following methods • Use insect repellent containing 30-50% DEET on all exposed skin except eyes, lips and open wounds. • Pre-treat clothes, netting and shoes with permethrin, which also repels mosquitoes. • Wear long pants tucked into pants when hiking and long sleeve shirts tucked into your pants. • Avoid scented products such as perfumes and deodorants. • Try to remain indoors between dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are most active. Your physician will prescribe anti-malarial medicines which are taken before, during and after your trip. It is extremely important to take these medications as prescribed. Before you travel, see your travel medicine provider. They will review your specific itinerary and determine the risk of malaria exposure. Traveler''s Diarrhea The most common health related issue to afflict the traveler is diarrhea. Typically caused by the ingestion of bacteria or their toxin byproducts, viruses and parasites after swallowing germs during mealtime or from contaminated hand to mouth contact. When traveling to a developing country be aware of the filtration system. Here are a few tips. • Boiling water for 3 minutes is a safe way to disinfect the water • Drink bottled water and juices. • Use bottled or boiled water to brush your teeth • Avoid milk and dairy products which may be unpasteurized • Do not use ice made from local tap water • Ask your physician about the use of iodine tablets to disinfect the water. • Eat only fruits with thick skin that you have personally peeled • Do not eat raw or undercooked meat, seafood or vegetables • Avoid salads (washed with contaminated water) • Do not eat food from street vendors • Wash hands with soap before eating Rehydration is the key if you should contract traveler''s diarrhea. If you have several watery stools with abdominal cramps you have likely contracted traveler''s diarrhea. You should drink fluids (bottled juices and water as well as broths made from boiled water). If possible try and purchase oral rehydration salts known as Pedialyte or Gatorade. If overseas and are unable to purchase these products you can make your own rehydrating solution. Mix together 1 tsp salt and 8 tsp sugar in 1 quart of clean (bottled or boiled) water. Over the counter medication, i.e. Imodium AD can be taken with caution only if you do not have a fever or bloody stools. Be careful, we do not want to trap the offending agent or chemical in your body so only use Imodium if you are having trouble keeping up with what is coming out of you. If you have no relief from Imodium AD, you should consider taking an antibiotic prescribed by your physician. Please wash your hands frequently to prevent infecting others. Ticks Ticks are one of the leading carriers of diseases to humans, whether from the tick bite itself or from the organisms in the tick''s saliva transmitted through the bite. The following are simple measures a traveler can take to help prevent a tick bite: • Avoid grassy areas and shrubs where ticks may be lying in wait. • Wear light colored clothing so ticks can be easily seen, and brush them off • Tuck your pants into boots or socks • Apply insect repellant to the clothing but not to the skin, specifically the brands designed to repel ticks. • At the end of the day do a "tick check" on yourself Unfortunately, many people think they know how to remove ticks, but the most common tick-removal methods result in increasing the chances of infection. The best way to remove a tick is to use a small pair of tweezers. Using the tweezers, carefully flip the tick onto its back. Grab the tick firmly (but not too tight as to cause it to rupture) with the tweezers as close to the skin as possible. Apply gentle pulling until the tick comes free. Twisting and turning the tick can cause the head and mouthpiece to break off increasing the chance of infection. Once the tick is removed, you may rinse it down the sink or flush it down a toilet. Consider keeping it in a tightly closed jar or taped to a piece of paper to help the doctor in managing your condition should you become ill from the tick bite. Cruise Ship Sanitation The CDC (United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) conducts sanitation inspections of all passenger cruise ships arriving at ports under control of the United States. These inspections are held to decrease the possibility of disease outbreaks caused by contaminated food or water on board cruise ship. Ships are rated on the following items to determine if they meet CDC''s sanitation standards: • Water • Refrigeration • Food Preparation • Potential contamination of food • Personal cleanliness of food handlers • General cleanliness and repair The inspection program is based on World Health Organization guidelines. A summary of cruise ship sanitation inspections and/or a copy of the last inspection report of a specified ship is available from the Office of Chief, Sanitation and Vector Control Activity, Quarantine Division, 1015 North America Way, Room 107, Miami, Florida 33132. Altitude Sickness Altitude sickness can affect 25% of adults going higher than 5000 feet. Eight percent of those symptomatic will develop more serious disease resulting in possible brain swelling and/or heart failure. Initial symptoms may mimic more common problems such as migraine headaches, dehydration, exhaustion, viral infections, or bronchitis. Travelers have options to decrease risk. Slower ascent facilitates acclimatization. Reduced activity upon arrival and appropriate high carbohydrate diet are helpful, as well as limited alcohol usage. Acetazolamide (Diamox) is the drug of choice to accelerate acclimatization and decrease susceptibility to altitude sickness. It is gentle, yet very effective when started twice or three times per day the day before ascent and continued until descent. Acetazolamide acts as a mild diuretic and also adjusts the chemistry of the body promoting adequate breathing patterns'' and fluid balance. Acetazolamide is contraindicated in persons with sulfa allergy. Dexamethasone and Nifedipine are helpful in select situations. Mild altitude sickness may be treated with analgesics, diamox, or dexamethasone. The mildly symptomatic person should rest and not go any higher until symptoms resolve. If there is no improvement in a few days, or the symptoms worsen, it becomes imperative to descend to lower elevation, and use oxygen in conjunction with further treatment to save the person''s life. Sexually Transmitted Disease Be aware of risk of infection if you should decide to be sexually active abroad. Particularly, risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes simplex, syphilis, HBV, etc. may be much higher than here in the U.S. Responsible behavior and use of condoms and alcohol will decrease but not eliminate all risk. Avoid illicit drugs. Abstinence is the only preferably reliable safe behavior. There is increased antibiotic resistance in some of these infections in Asia and Africa. It is important to let your health care provider know of your travel history, should you develop illness upon return home. General 20-50% of travel-related deaths are caused by accidents, trauma and injuries. Avoid nighttime driving in rural areas. Use seat belts and infant/child car seats. Avoid use of alcohol while driving or engaging in water sports. Use flotation devices or life jackets. Use helmets when riding bikes, horses, or mopeds. Avoid politically unstable areas. Illnesses and Precautions Prescriptions When traveling outside the United States, you should always be prepared for the unexpected. The physicians at Capital Center for Travel and Tropical Medicine can prescribe appropriate medications to take with you to help avoid and treat disease. Malaria Malaria is a life threatening disease that is transmitted by infected mosquitoes. Travelers can avoid infection by repelling mosquitoes and using preventative medicines. You can repel mosquitoes by the following methods • Use insect repellent containing 30-50% DEET on all exposed skin except eyes, lips and open wounds. • Pre-treat clothes, netting and shoes with permethrin, which also repels mosquitoes. • Wear long pants tucked into pants when hiking and long sleeve shirts tucked into your pants. • Avoid scented products such as perfumes and deodorants. • Try to remain indoors between dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are most active. Your physician will prescribe anti-malarial medicines which are taken before, during and after your trip. It is extremely important to take these medications as prescribed. Before you travel, see your travel medicine provider. They will review your specific itinerary and determine the risk of malaria exposure. Traveler''s Diarrhea The most common health related issue to afflict the traveler is diarrhea. Typically caused by the ingestion of bacteria or their toxin byproducts, viruses and parasites after swallowing germs during mealtime or from contaminated hand to mouth contact. When traveling to a developing country be aware of the filtration system. Here are a few tips. • Boiling water for 3 minutes is a safe way to disinfect the water • Drink bottled water and juices. • Use bottled or boiled water to brush your teeth • Avoid milk and dairy products which may be unpasteurized • Do not use ice made from local tap water • Ask your physician about the use of iodine tablets to disinfect the water. • Eat only fruits with thick skin that you have personally peeled • Do not eat raw or undercooked meat, seafood or vegetables • Avoid salads (washed with contaminated water) • Do not eat food from street vendors • Wash hands with soap before eating Rehydration is the key if you should contract traveler''s diarrhea. If you have several watery stools with abdominal cramps you have likely contracted traveler''s diarrhea. You should drink fluids (bottled juices and water as well as broths made from boiled water). If possible try and purchase oral rehydration salts known as Pedialyte or Gatorade. If overseas and are unable to purchase these products you can make your own rehydrating solution. Mix together 1 tsp salt and 8 tsp sugar in 1 quart of clean (bottled or boiled) water. Over the counter medication, i.e. Imodium AD can be taken with caution only if you do not have a fever or bloody stools. Be careful, we do not want to trap the offending agent or chemical in your body so only use Imodium if you are having trouble keeping up with what is coming out of you. If you have no relief from Imodium AD, you should consider taking an antibiotic prescribed by your physician. Please wash your hands frequently to prevent infecting others. Ticks Ticks are one of the leading carriers of diseases to humans, whether from the tick bite itself or from the organisms in the tick''s saliva transmitted through the bite. The following are simple measures a traveler can take to help prevent a tick bite: • Avoid grassy areas and shrubs where ticks may be lying in wait. • Wear light colored clothing so ticks can be easily seen, and brush them off • Tuck your pants into boots or socks • Apply insect repellant to the clothing but not to the skin, specifically the brands designed to repel ticks. • At the end of the day do a "tick check" on yourself Unfortunately, many people think they know how to remove ticks, but the most common tick-removal methods result in increasing the chances of infection. The best way to remove a tick is to use a small pair of tweezers. Using the tweezers, carefully flip the tick onto its back. Grab the tick firmly (but not too tight as to cause it to rupture) with the tweezers as close to the skin as possible. Apply gentle pulling until the tick comes free. Twisting and turning the tick can cause the head and mouthpiece to break off increasing the chance of infection. Once the tick is removed, you may rinse it down the sink or flush it down a toilet. Consider keeping it in a tightly closed jar or taped to a piece of paper to help the doctor in managing your condition should you become ill from the tick bite. Cruise Ship Sanitation The CDC (United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) conducts sanitation inspections of all passenger cruise ships arriving at ports under control of the United States. These inspections are held to decrease the possibility of disease outbreaks caused by contaminated food or water on board cruise ship. Ships are rated on the following items to determine if they meet CDC''s sanitation standards: • Water • Refrigeration • Food Preparation • Potential contamination of food • Personal cleanliness of food handlers • General cleanliness and repair The inspection program is based on World Health Organization guidelines. A summary of cruise ship sanitation inspections and/or a copy of the last inspection report of a specified ship is available from the Office of Chief, Sanitation and Vector Control Activity, Quarantine Division, 1015 North America Way, Room 107, Miami, Florida 33132. Altitude Sickness Altitude sickness can affect 25% of adults going higher than 5000 feet. Eight percent of those symptomatic will develop more serious disease resulting in possible brain swelling and/or heart failure. Initial symptoms may mimic more common problems such as migraine headaches, dehydration, exhaustion, viral infections, or bronchitis. Travelers have options to decrease risk. Slower ascent facilitates acclimatization. Reduced activity upon arrival and appropriate high carbohydrate diet are helpful, as well as limited alcohol usage. Acetazolamide (Diamox) is the drug of choice to accelerate acclimatization and decrease susceptibility to altitude sickness. It is gentle, yet very effective when started twice or three times per day the day before ascent and continued until descent. Acetazolamide acts as a mild diuretic and also adjusts the chemistry of the body promoting adequate breathing patterns'' and fluid balance. Acetazolamide is contraindicated in persons with sulfa allergy. Dexamethasone and Nifedipine are helpful in select situations. Mild altitude sickness may be treated with analgesics, diamox, or dexamethasone. The mildly symptomatic person should rest and not go any higher until symptoms resolve. If there is no improvement in a few days, or the symptoms worsen, it becomes imperative to descend to lower elevation, and use oxygen in conjunction with further treatment to save the person''s life. Sexually Transmitted Disease Be aware of risk of infection if you should decide to be sexually active abroad. Particularly, risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes simplex, syphilis, HBV, etc. may be much higher than here in the U.S. Responsible behavior and use of condoms and alcohol will decrease but not eliminate all risk. Avoid illicit drugs. Abstinence is the only preferably reliable safe behavior. There is increased antibiotic resistance in some of these infections in Asia and Africa. It is important to let your health care provider know of your travel history, should you develop illness upon return home. General 20-50% of travel-related deaths are caused by accidents, trauma and injuries. Avoid nighttime driving in rural areas. 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Lazywrita | Home Of Entertainment Google AI Accra - AI in Africa, for the world Last year, Google announced plans to open a new AI lab in Africa. Now, Google AI Accra is open for business, and the team there is working on building AI-powered solutions to real-world problems, including helping communities in Africa and beyond to improve their lives. Google uses Machine Learning (ML) and AI in all of its products and AI and ML are used every day by people across the world, many of who don't even realise they're using it. Machine learning is used for everything from filtering out the spam in your email to powering the Google Assistant on your smart speaker, from taking the perfect low-light photos on the Pixel 3 to helping the world speak the same language through Google Translate. Google recognises that it's important for everyone that emerging technology is socially beneficial and upholds the highest standards of scientific excellence. Based on its seven guiding principles for ethical use of AI and ML, Google is taking a thoughtful approach to help nurture an emerging technology, which is outlined in depth here. Google's AI Centre was opened in Ghana because in order to build technology that benefits people everywhere, it needs to be built by people with a diverse range of backgrounds, experiences and viewpoints. The researchers of Google AI centre in Accra bring a fresh perspective and expertise to build new technologies in Africa that can contribute positively to life here, as well as around the globe. Google AI Accra forms part of the company's structured efforts to explore and integrate more diverse experiences / learnings beyond present-day centres of innovation. 'AI by Africa, for the world' helps us highlight the crucial role that this new centre will be playing in our vision of using AI to solve problems for everyone, in every part of the world. A strong focus areas for Google is how AI and ML can be used for social good. We already see how machine learning is improving people's lives, from protecting us all from spam and fraud to making devices more accessible via speech. Working with partners from such diverse fields as medicine, transportation, environmental groups and small businesses can help to evolve AI and ML tools to meet real-world challenges. This is why Google shares its machine learning tools, so that organisations outside of Google can benefit. Google's AI for Social Good program includes projects such as: Flood prediction: Floods affect up to 250 million people, causing thousands of fatalities and inflicting billions of dollars of economic damage every year. Google has developed a system that combines physics-based modeling with AI to produce earlier and more precise flood warnings.Earthquake aftershocks: existing predictors are little better than chance. So we partnered with Harvard researchers to apply AI to seismic data, and created a model that -- while far from fully accurate -- can now do a much better job than previous models of predicting where aftershocks will occur.Environmental protection: 6 out of the 13 great whale species are still endangered; even recovering species like humpbacks get entangled in fishing gear and hit by ships. The first step is to know where the whales are. So we're working with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration -- we trained an AI model with over 100,000 hours of underwater audio from 12 different sites in the Pacific, and we can now not only find whale calls, but identify which species is making them.Healthcare and biology:We developed an algorithm to predict heart attacks and strokes simply from images of the retina -- no needle or blood draw required!Google researchers have helped doctors detect the spread of breast cancer tumors -- the doctors and machine learning system are better working together than either is alone.Environment, agriculture, and natural science:Researchers at Makerere University used TensorFlow to help farmers identify disease in the cassava plant, a major food source in the developing world.A dairy farm in Waynesboro, Georgia is using TensorFlow to keep cows healthier and more productive, similar to the project in the NetherlandsProtecting rainforests: Students in Los Angeles schools helped build 'guardian' devices that use TensorFlow to listen for chainsaws in rainforests in Brazil.
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Zenbelly Blog | A Food Blog It was during the 80s that the term "superfoods" popped up. This refers to certain foods that have high nutritional benefits and contain higher than average amount of nutrients-- antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, and the like. Superfoods are believed to bring remarkable health advantages, such as reducing the signs of aging, promoting better digestion, and fighting off cancer. In simpler words, superfoods are very healthy, in a way that the body loves them, and these foods love the body as well. There's a number of benefits that you can look forward to when consuming superfoods, and here are some of those: Promotes better digestion Prevents heart disease Anti-cancer Protects the body against harmful toxins Regulates the metabolism Lowers the cholesterol levels Anti-inflammatory Are Superfoods Hard to Find? Contrary to popular belief, superfoods aren't that difficult to find. 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Not just that, based on research, the chlorophyll in wheatgrass is an effective component that helps the body fight against cancer. As the chlorophyl hits the bloodstream, it increases hemoglobin and enriches the body's cells with oxygen to clean out the potentially harmful substances present in the blood. There are also additional claims that wheatgrass has a positive effect on anemia, cancer, diabetes, and some skin conditions. How to Use A lot of people recommend using freshly extracted wheat grass juice in smoothies. Though, aside from that, you can also add it in your vegetable soup, or in a protein shake. Bee Pollen You're probably thinking that what the bees can do for us is quite remarkable, right? Wait until you hear the benefits you can enjoy from bee pollen. When it comes to bee by-products, what a lot of people aren't aware of is that the bee pollen could be a healthy addition to your diet. It has massive amounts of amino acids, lipids, protein, carbohydrates, minerals, and vitamins. Thus, it can aid in digestion, improve immunity, and even treat infertility problems. Aside from that, research shows that it could also improve the energy levels and help in reducing weight. The amino acid called phenylalanine present in bee pollen could curb one's appetite and hunger pangs. How to Use For starters, you could start consuming small amounts of bee pollen a day. Start with a tablespoon and stir it in a smoothie or almond milk. Read more about bee pollen! Pumpkin Seeds Of all the superfood seeds available, pumpkin seeds are regarded as the best grab-and-go snack. They're a good source of magnesium-- a mineral that is not consumed enough by most. Magnesium has an important role in a wide range of biologic processes essential to athletes, because it regulates the blood pressure, muscle regulation, and protein synthesis. Though, there's one bit of a problem. Most of the time, snack-ready meals are easily over eaten. That's why it's very important to keep it in check and make sure that you only consume a handful of pumpkin seeds that contain 130 calories. How to Use You could roast a handful of pumpkin seeds and add your favorite spice. Putting them in bread and muffins before baking is also a good idea. Oily Fish Fishes, like salmon and sardines are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, as well as protein. These fishes are known to reduce blood pressure, prevent blood clots from forming, keeps the heart beating regularly, and lowers the risks of heart disease while uplifting the mood at the same time. Though, aside from that, the combination of omega-3 fats, protein, and antioxidants present in oil fishes could also be a wrinkle buster. Which only implies that it also has some anti-aging benefits! How to Use The best cooking methods for oil dishes are baking, steaming, barbecuing, or lightly pan frying to ensure that there won't be extra fats. Also, you don't have to worry about the omega-3s getting lost, because heat doesn't affect that at all. Berries Berries, such as raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, and cranberries are high in antioxidants. Though, that's not all. Blueberries in particular have an antioxidant called ellagic acid, and according to professionals, this form of acid could slow down the growth of some cancerous tumors. Polyphenolic compounds are also present, and these compounds help in enhancing one's memory and cognitive functioning. How to Use One of the great things with berries is that you can conveniently put them in your fruit smoothies and enjoy a wonderful delicious addition as well as extra health benefits. Linseeds These little fellows are good for your digestive system, and they also contain omega-3 polyunsaturated fats, as well as soluble fiber that could reduce the cholesterol levels of the body. It's good for the overall immune system function, circulatory support, and is also considered as a natural blood thinner. Though, that's not all; it also offers specific types of prostaglandins that support the overall balance and mood of a person. How to Use You can add linseeds to your fruit juice or smoothie, cereal or yogurt, or drink it up on its own, if you want. Grinding linseeds using a mortar and pestle or coffee grinder before adding them in food is also advisable. Soy Just like linseed, soy could also lower the cholesterol levels, and being rich in fiber and protein, it could strengthen the bones and lower the risks of blood clots and heart disease. How to Use There are plenty of recipes where you can incorporate soy. You can use it in sauces, cakes, dairy desserts, gravies, soups, and many more. There you have it. These are just some of the superfoods that could improve your immunity, and keep you healthy at the same time. What are you waiting for? 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