Sunday, May 25, 2008

Wow Puerto Princesa!

Puerto Princesa! Have you ever heard about this place? Well this is an island in Palawan that is very attractive to tourist because of it's beautiful beaches, cave's and wonderful animals. Actually this place is now currently nominated for being one of the 7 wonders of the world. Amazing right? This place is being advertised know in almost every where in the Philippines, whether in television or in radio, it is also advertised through the internet. The reason why i made a blog about this is because, so that Philippines will be given a chance to proved to the people that not all happenings in Mindanao involves chaos, war or rebel armies. This goes to show that Philippines is a nice place to spend your vacation and one way to be close to nature. Here are some pictures of Puerto Princesa.




Puerto Princesa Subterranean River




Puerto Princesa Beaches

PayPerPost


Guys! It's been a couple of months since i have sharing you tips and advice on how to maintain good health and how to maintain your body fit, but in this post I'm gonna share to you about a website named payperpost. Ever heard about this site? I think for those who are not new to blogging, payperpost is not new to you. payperpost is a blog marketing that is done in the internet that can help you earn money. It's just by simply writing blogs that are required for you to post or in short being paid to post blogs.

What i love about payperpost is that first, i can earn money by simply doing blogs and getting paid by doing something i love. Second, you can make new friends all over the world that can help you when you have uncertainties and questions. Lastly, through payperpost i can help my family specially in financial matters. In this way i can prove to my parents that i can also earn money even though i am still studying and to let them know that i am worth it for being their child.

I have heard about this site through classmates and teachers, they have told me that i can earn money by just simply doing blogs. From that time on, i eagerly applied to the business and luckily get approved. I was so excited and happy to make my first blog and first earned money. What I'm gonna do with my earned money is that i will add them to my daily allowance, for my daily expenses and needs and lastly for my parents. So what are you waiting for? Apply now and get paid. Just click the link below and register. Go make your first blog and money.



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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Cholesterol


Another factor that can be hazardous to our health is cholesterol. In this topic, I'm gonna discuss all about cholesterol, it's effect, types and many more.

First lets know more what cholesterol is:

This handout is for people who are eager to learn more about cholesterol levels and health. Cholesterol is a kind of fat (lipid) made by the body. It is necessary for good health and is found in every cell in the body. On the other hand, a high cholesterol level in the blood (hypercholesterolaemia) is linked with an increased peril of heart disease and stroke. Seven out of 10 people over 45 have high cholesterol.

Why is High Cholesterol a Problem?

The major risk linked with high cholesterol is cardiova
scular disease (CVD). This comprises diseases of the heart and blood vessels. High cholesterol causes blood vessels to become narrowed with fatty deposits called plaques. This can result in heart attacks, strokes and blood vessel problems. For more information just search Cholesterol in the search box you can see in this page.

Types of Cholesterol:

Cholesterol is elated around the body in the blood attached to a protein. This mixture of fat and protein is called a lip
oprotein. Lipoproteins can be high density (HDL), low density (LDL) or very low density (VLDL), depending on how much protein there is in relation to fat.

LDL (low density lipoprotein)

Most of the body's cholesterol is elated as LDL. This is made up of frequently fat and a small quantity of protein. Too much LDL in the blood can cause cholesterol deposits to build up in the arteries, making it harder for the blood to stream through these blood vessels. High levels of LDL in the blood are linked with an increased danger of CVD. So LDL is sometimes referred to as " bad cholesterol".

HDL (high density lipoprotein)

A small quantity of cholesterol is elated as HDL, which is mostly made up of protein and a small quantity of fat.

HDL actually helps prevent cholesterol deposits building up in the arteries. Having low levels of HDL (compared with LDL) in the blood is associated with an increased risk of CVD. So HDL is sometimes referred to as "good cholesterol". Women tend to have a higher levels of HDL cholesterol than men.

Triglycerides

Triglycerides are a different type of fat, which mostly come from fats in your food. Energy that is eaten and not used immediately is converted into triglycerides and transported to fat cells for storage. This is an important source of stored energy.

Although most triglycerides are stored in fat tissue, low levels are also found in the blood. They are carried in the blood as very low density lipoproteins (VLDL).

Causes of of high cholesterol:

There are several factors that may contribute to high blood cholesterol:
  • a diet that's high in saturated fat and, less so, high in cholesterol (see How diet affects cholesterol below)

  • lack of exercise may increase LDL ("bad") cholesterol and decrease HDL ("good") cholesterol
  • family history - people are at a higher risk of high cholesterol if they have a direct male relative aged under 55 or a female relative aged under 65 affected by heart disease
  • being overweight, which may increase LDL ("bad") cholesterol and decrease HDL ("good") cholesterol
  • age and sex - cholesterol generally rises slightly with increasing age, and men are more likely to be affected than women
  • drinking more than the recommended amount of alcohol (ie more than three to four units per day for men and two to three units per day for women)
Sources: http://hcd2.bupa.co.uk/fact_sheets/html/cholesterol.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cholesterol

JSP


For me using JSP in creating web pages are very fun and interesting. At first i thought it was hard but as time pass by after doing some projects with JSP, it's been easy although their are parts which sometimes it's hard like when you would combine JSP codes with database. In our project(shopping cart) we used and concentrated more with JSP codes but for me I didn't mingle more about the codes because i was assigned on the design of our web page, my job was quite easy. Being a programmer is not easy but with servers like JSP, some impossible things can be made possible.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

High Blood Pressure


Hmm Another important topic to talk about right? but what really is high blood pressure and it's risk and effects? What are the causes in having a high blood pressure? Know all the answers of these questions.

First lets know what high blood pressure is:


High blood pressure intensify your possibility (or risk) for having a heart ailment and/or kidney ailment, and for having a stroke. It is above all hazardous because it often has no warning signs or symptoms. Despite of race, age, or gender, anyone can develop high blood pressure. It is estimated that one in every four American adults has high blood pressure. Once high blood pressure develops, it typically lasts a lifetime. You can avoid and control high blood pressure by taking action.

Risk and effects of blood pressure:

* Brai
n

Effect: Stroke

High blood pressure is the most vital risk aspect for stroke. Very high pressure can cause a shatter in a destabilized blood vessel, which then bleeds in the brain. This can cause a stroke. If a blood clot blocks one of the narrowed arteries, it can also cause a stroke.


* Eyes
Effect: Impaired Vision

High blood pressure can ultimately cause blood vessels in the eye to rupture or bleed. Vision may become unclear or otherwise impaired and can result in blindness.



* Arteries

As people get older, arteries all over the body "solidify," mostly those in the heart, brain, and kidneys. High blood pressure is linked with these "stiffer" arteries. This, in turn, causes the heart and kidneys to work harder.




* Kidneys
Effect: Kidney Damage

The kidneys perform as filters to clear the body of wastes. Over time, high blood pressure can slender and thicken the blood vessels of the kidneys. The kidneys filter less fluid, and waste builds up in the blood. The kidneys may not function well. When this happens, medical treatment (dialysis) or a kidney transplant may be needed.


* Heart

Effects: Heart Attack and Congestive Heart failure

High blood pressure is a main risk issue for heart attack. The arteries transport oxygen-carrying blood to the heart muscle. If the heart cannot get enough oxygen, chest pain, also known as "angina," can happen. If the flow of blood is blocked, a heart attack results.
High blood pressure is the number one risk aspect for congestive heart failure (CHF). CHF is a grave condition in which the heart is unable to pump enough blood to provide the body's needs.

Causes of High Blood Pressure

The causes of high blood pressure differ. Causes may comprise narrowing of the arteries, a greater than normal volume of blood, or the heart beating faster or more forcefully than it should. Any of these circumstances will cause increased pressure against the artery walls. High blood pressure might also be caused by another medical problem. Most of the time, the cause is not known. Although high blood pressure usually cannot be cured, in most cases it can be prevented and controlled.

Source: http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/hbp/hbp/intro.htm

Friday, May 9, 2008

Why Click Ads?

Why is it necessary to click ads every time you see it in sites?

It's not just because to help bloggers to earn money but in fact it gives more and well information about current matters. Why not click? Clicking does not need a lot of effort right? When you think of it, it's not just you who can benefit from it but also you encourage bloggers to post new and more helpful blogs. At first I disregard all advertisements that i can see in site's knowing that it would not help me at any reason at all but as i became curious about all of this advertisements, I tested my-self and ask my-self why not try to click some of these advertisements thinking that nothing will be lose to me. Fortunately i tried once and found out that these ads where not just posted for no reason at all but these ads where posted for a reason, a reason that every person should know. Through these ads, i learn about almost every thing, it's just like reading a book but in a more simple and convenient way. There's positively nothing wrong in venturing different kinds of stuff. Test your self and try to click some ads for you to know how important and helpful it is to us. I have some good ads here in my site and why not try it now and experience some good time. Hope i encourage you to click! Enjoy and start clicking!

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Want Star White Skin?

~Belo Essentials~

Hmm for me i think i would go for the advertisment by Vicky Belo which she endorsed her products Belo Essentials. In this commercial you can see beautiful actress/singers that have star white and wel
l toned skin. The t.v. commercial was not just appealing to the audience but also encouraged people that having a dark skin isn't a big problem. Their are different kinds of products that Belo Essentials sells like lotions, soaps and many more. This commercial are well known for the phrase "Only Belo touches my skin, who touches yours?" For more information just click some ads or search Belo Essentials on the google search bar you can see in this page. Thank You.


Who is Dr. Vicky Belo?


Dr. Vicki Belo is well known for being a cosmetic surgeon in the Philippines. She is famous and popular for performing dermatological services on high-profile members of the Philippine showbiz.

She is one of the most famous d
ermatologist in the Philippines and earned her diplomacy for finishing dermatology in the Institute of Dermatology in Bangkok.
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