Posted on 18 June 2021. Tags: donor database, egg, egg donation, egg donor, egg donor service, fertility, fertility clinics
Help with Fertility
The online world has brought people closer together and offered a more increased and expansive option to research unique and specific services for fertility treatment. The world of international egg donation has opened up as solutions where countries have placed restrictions on egg donation or do not encourage the recruitment of egg donors.
South African egg donation is a very attractive and viable egg donor option. Because the egg donor costs are effectively managed – with egg donor donations minimal and South African fertility clinics very reasonably priced.
A reputable and experienced egg donation agency will offer access to an extensive egg donor database showing the full egg donor profiles as well as adult pictures of egg donors. This is in accordance with South African legislation. As long as the identity of the egg donor is kept confidential, pictures of egg donors is permitted.
Accordingly, the affordability of egg donation, access to egg donor profiles, showing of adult egg donor pictures, no waiting period for egg donors, professional egg donor services has made international egg donation very attractive.
South African egg donation opens the door for several top class fertility clinics – Cape Town egg donors, Johannesburg egg donors and Pretoria egg donors.
baby2mom Egg Donation Agency – www.baby2mom.co.za facilitates international egg donation services with an egg donor database of hundreds of egg donors. Experience in Johannesburg egg donation, Pretoria egg donation, Bloemfontein egg donation, Durban egg donation and Cape Town egg donation.
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Posted on 13 June 2021. Tags: body, costs of obesity, damaged, extreme stress, fat, heart rate, military, national security, obese, obesity
Overweight ... At Attention
The obesity epidemic in America continues to skyrocket among adults and children. According to statistics, nearly 36 percent of Americans are overweight and 31 percent are considered obese. By the year 2018 nearly half of all adults will be considered obese if the current rate continues. These are huge numbers that surpass anything ever seen in the history of the human race.
Other statistics, like the cost of obesity, are also staggering. The medical cost of obesity is over 147 billion a year. That is nearly 10% of all health care spending. The obese have many medical issues that a person with normal weight does not have. They suffer with heart disease, stroke, type II diabetes, hypertension, and hypothyroid, just to name a few. These costs add up to over $1,500.00 per year for each overweight person in America. The staggering costs of obesity are overwhelming the health care system and may eventually break it.
There are other issues to America that we do not usually considered when looking at obesity. One of these issues is national security. Are we too fat to fight? According to a recent study conducted by the Department of Defense nearly one quarter of our military aged youth do not meet the minimum physical requirements to join. “This is creating a potential threat to national security,” said a group of retired armed forces leaders.
“It’s not drug abuse, it’s not asthma, it’s not flat feet – by far the leading medical reason is being overweight or obese,” said retired U. S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Norman Seip at a news conference. Why the recent increase in obesity among our youth?
Some say that it is the lack of physical activity. We have cut out recess and required physical education at school that causes our young people to be very sedentary. Some say that it is the lack of proper nutrition by the school lunch program that is causing our children to become obese.
Both of those are definitely contributing factors, however, there is an approach that is overlooked today. In the 1940′s and 1950′s Dr. A.T.W. Simeons studied obesity as a disease. He concluded that the hypothalamus, a gland in our brain, can become damaged and cause us to become obese. The hypothalamus controls many processes in the body including fat storage, hunger, and heart rate. It can be damaged by extreme stress and chemicals in our food and water.
Dr. Simeons used hCG, a developmental hormone, to heal the hypothalamus. The healed hypothalamus causes the body to function normally burning the fat that is stored. His research and treatment has been used in Europe to safely and successfully reduce weight for the past fifty-six years but in America it has been overlooked. With the obesity epidemic ever increasing in America today, can we afford to overlook his research any longer? To read Dr. A. T. W. Simeons work got to http://www.obesitydiseasecenter.com.
Obesity Disease Center is dedicated to helping those with obesity and overweight issues. For further information please go to www.obesitydiseasecenter.com.
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Posted on 04 June 2021. Tags: antismoking, children, cigarettes, debate, hazardous, pollution, safe, secondhand smoke, secondhand tobacco smoke, smoking, smoking pollution, tobacco smoking
No Smoking in Vehicles
Six countries, five states, and many local jurisdictions have banned smoking in cars when children are present to protect them from the clearly established dangers of tobacco smoking pollution, and an estimated sixteen states are now debating similar restrictions, says public interest law professor John Banzhaf, Executive Director of Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), America’s first antismoking organization, who just finished a heated debate on this topic on Fox News. http://video.foxnews.com/v/4305659/government-control-or …
In preparation for the debate he posted on his website [http://ash.org/] a brief video showing just how dangerous tobacco smoke in the car can be. It shows that, within a few seconds of lighting only one cigarette, the level of particulate pollution goes from the EPA’s SAFE level to a level the agency regards as HAZARDOUS. Indeed, in a few more seconds, the level of pollution is at least ten times higher than the level the EPA considers HAZARDOUS to all, not just to the elderly, children, or those who might have conditions making them especially susceptible. http://ash.org/carsmoking
His website also shows that the federal government has reported that secondhand tobacco smoke kills tens of thousands of Americans each year, that a leading medical journal has reported that parental smoking kills thousands of children annually, and that many studies – including the dramatic video – have shown that the pollution level from smoking in a car is UNHEALTHY even with all the windows rolled down. Rolling all the windows down, however, isn’t healthy for the children inside when its very cold, very hot, or raining, notes Banzhaf, and it is not reasonable to expect drivers to roll all the windows down in these conditions. In sharp contrast, asking them to refrain from smoking during the very brief period of most drives with children seems very reasonable.
Banzhaf noted that laws already require parents to protect their children by buckling them into expensive safety seats, locating them only on the rear seat, refraining from watching TV or having an open bottle of liquor in the car, and other requirements far more bothersome that simply not smoking. He also notes that we have accepted laws which require adults to buckle up – a requirement which is even more intrusive, especially since it aimed at protecting adults from their own carelessness rather than protecting children.
We ban smoking in bars so that adults will not be exposed even to a whiff of smoke, but we provide no protection whatsoever for millions of children who are daily strapped into rolling smokehouses, argues Banzhaf. That’s exactly backwards because children are for more vulnerable to tobacco smoke pollution and, unlike adults who can avoid bars or leave if they are bothered by the smoke, children have no choice but to suffer, and no one will heed their cries.
Banzhaf’s organization has helped many nonsmoking parents obtain court order against smoking around their children, and more recently helped persuade more than a dozen states to ban smoking in cars when foster children are present. This helped lead to the breakthrough where more and more states are likely to ban smoking to protect children in cars.
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Posted on 29 May 2021. Tags: bone, bone and cancer foundation, cancer, healthcare, healthcare professionals, resources
Bone and Cancer Foundation Treatment
The Bone and Cancer Foundation (BCF) is announcing the publishing of two new patient publications on Pain Management and Physical Therapy and other Rehabilitation Therapies. Other publication topics include: Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Lung Cancer, Osteonecrosis of the Jaw, Vitamin D, Surgery, Myeloma and Osteosarcoma.
All publications are available free of charge, both in print and online.
www.boneandcancerfoundation.org offers new resources for patients including a Glossary of words and terms related to cancer and a Frequently Asked Questions section.
BCF, founded in 2007, is an information resource for patients and health professionals whose mission is to provide information for cancer patients, healthcare professionals and the public on the causes and treatment of cancer involving bone.
A newly released PSA is spreading the word about BCF. To view, please consult: www.boneandcancerfoundation.org/hm0747-bonecancer.wmv.
For the first time, BCF is holding a patient education meeting. The Patient Education Meeting “Caring for Your Bones When You Have Cancer” will be held on August 7, 2010 in New York City in partnership with CancerCare. Topics will include an Overview of Bone Health, Medical Treatment for Bone Complications, Pain Management and Doctor/Patient Communication, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitative Therapies and Nutrition Suggestions for Cancer Patients.
BCF will also participate in the Anderson Network Cancer Survivorship Conference at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX September 24-25, 2010 and the Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference at Indiana University in Indianapolis, October 19, 2010.
BCF is organizing a conference for Physicians and other Health Professionals on October 9, 2010 at the University of Pittsburgh. Clinical Perspectives on the Treatment of Bone Metastasis is designed for oncologists, urologists, or other medical professionals who treat cancer patients with bone related complications. Leading medical experts will discuss topics on Pathophysiology of Bone Metastasis, Breast Cancer and Bone Metastasis, Emerging Therapies to Prevent Skeletal Complications in Men with Prostate Cancer, Myeloma Bone Disease and Management of Cancer Therapy Induced Bone Loss. CME credit will be available.
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