Please understand that I am not sharing all of this information to deter you from wanting to have bariatric surgery. I am sharing this as I don’t think they prepare candidates enough for what they will have to endure. It’s an extremely lengthy process, and one that I had considered just giving up a few times. It’s very exciting and at the same time very stressful for you and all of those around you.
There is a controversy on battle between Alexander (Macedonian) and Indian Porus, one of his last battles before he died . While history (legend) says that Alexander won the hard fought battle, some scholars and experts argue that Greeks turned the tale around to hide Alexander’s first defeat, which forced him to leave the plans to move further into Great India. It’s even more surprising to find out that Plutarch wrote Alexander’s biography over two hundred years after Alexander’s death using oral legends as his source. Read more about it here.View full post
Please understand that I am not sharing all of this information to deter you from wanting to have bariatric surgery. I am sharing this as I don’t think they prepare candidates enough for what they will have to endure. It’s an extremely lengthy process, and one that I had considered just giving up a few times. It’s very exciting and at the same time very stressful for you and all of those around you.View full post
An Ice Age is a period of time, typically about 30 million years but occasionally as long as 300 million years, during which ice sheets cover at least the Earth’s polar areas. Individual Ice Ages have sub-Ice Ages, called glacials (when cold) or interglacials (when warmer) that operate in cycles of 40,000 and 100,000 years. When the term “Ice Age” is used colloquially, it often refers to these shorter glacials, periods when the ice caps extend significantly beyond the poles and into the hearts of continents such as North America and Eurasia.View full post
The causes of a heart attack, symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, warning signs and necessary measures to be taken in the fatal event of a heart attack are explained in this medical article related to Heart Attack.View full post
A sachinfan ponders on why Sachin Tendulkar might not score a century anytime soon. He contemplates on what might be the underlying reason the little master hasn’t scored a century for a while and he might not. Read more:View full post
For ship captains, its known for its violent storms, as well as reefs and submerged islands, which can make it treacherous to navigate. To the rest of us, the Red Sea is one of the warmest, saltiest, and possibly reddest seas around. But does this body of water that extends from the Gulf of Suez …View full post
This post talks about the Easter Island – an isolated but famous island in the Pacific Ocean. This island has been famous for its giant stone statues called moai. This post describes when the island was discovered and who discovered it, the civilization, how the civilization collapsed, and the mysteries stories behind the two gigantic head statues.View full post
Imagine that you’ve volunteered for an experiment, but when you show up at the lab you discover the researcher wants you to murder an innocent person. You protest, but the researcher firmly states, “The experiment requires that you do it.” Would you acquiesce and kill the person?View full post
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Internet Explorer lost about 9 percentage points early 2012. It looks like most of it has been grabbed by Safari and Chrome. Safari and Chrome which had about 10 percentage points of visitor’s monitors combined, now enjoy a jump to 22 percentage points. A jump of 12 percentage points – which is quite phenomenal. A look at the infographic suggests that most of this jump came from eating into IE’s market share ! So, is this trouble for IE? Or is this just a misnomer?
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More than three quarters of pregnant women experience mild to severe nausea and vomitings during pregnancy, more commonly during first trimester. In cases of mild nausea some relative simple measures and remedies can help a lot, making being pregnant easier. Although most of these measures don’t have strong medical evidence of reducing nausea, these are strongly supported by many obstetricians, midwives and pregnant women by experience. Read our health and medicine article to learn the remedies.
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