Journey in Life: health
Showing posts with label health. Show all posts
Showing posts with label health. Show all posts

Friday, July 5, 2019

Bổ sung dưỡng chất cho mùa thi

Thêm khoáng chất nhé :)

Hơn 100.000 kg burritos bị thu hồi vì có... sạn (đá vụn) trong đó...
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One person even reported to the company they were injured by biting into the burrito

"FSIS is concerned that some product may be in consumers’ freezers (ngăn đá)," the agency said in a press (báo chí) release. "Consumers who have purchased these products are urged (khuyến khích) not to consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase."

Ở Hải Phòng thì bòm luôn rồi

Túi đấm bốc được đặt khắp nơi trong thành phố new york để giúp những người bị stress
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The bright yellow bags feature an image of a fist (nắm đấm) and say ‘Public punching bag. Use at your own risk. A healthy place for frustrations (cảm giác chán chường, thất bại).’

‘The public punching bag offers an outlet (chỗ xả) for these emotions as a means to maybe develop a healthier way to address (giải quyết) personal and collective (tập hợp; chung) issues in a public setting.’

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Đặc sản nhà hàng hôm nay

một con chuột to vãi rơi từ trần nhà xuống thực đơn khách đang gọi món :D
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Alisha Norman says the manager claims construction (xây dựng) is to blame (đổ lỗi).

She's not angry. She says the manager took care of her bill (hóa đơn), to compensate (bồi thường) for the lunchtime fallout (không mong muốn).

[...]The center where the restaurant is located is undergoing (trải qua) significant construction and we are confident it was directly related. We hold Buffalo Wild Wings to the highest operating standards and promptly closed the restaurant for proper remediation (sửa chữa), cleaning and sanitization (vệ sinh) [...]"

Nguyên nhân ù tai chắc chắn bạn chưa biết

có bọ chó trong tai :D

-> gớm chưa, cứ ôm chó mà ngủ đi
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the 50-year-old woman came into the hospital complaining of a ringing sound that had been in her left ear for weeks

The doctor said the tick was deep in the woman's ear canal (ống tai) and was removed via suction (hút).

''I'd like to warn all animal lovers to regularly shower your pets (thú cưng), especially in this rainy season, before playing and taking them to bed with you.''

Monday, July 1, 2019

Ai bảo chăn bò là khổ

khoa học mới, "nựng" bò để đỡ stress nè :D
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the "Horse & Cow Experience" gives farm-animal lovers a unique opportunity that "can bring relaxation (thư giãn), healing (lành thương), awareness about your body language, comfort, mindfulness (lắng nghe cơ thể; chú tâm), build assertiveness (quyết đoán), help with overcoming fear, build confidence, lets you be playful and teaches you to set boundaries. 

During the 90-minute session (which costs $300 for two people), you can pet the cows, brush them, play with them and, of course, cuddle with them, and sessions are facilitated (tạo điều kiện; hỗ trợ) by an equine (họ ngựa) specialist (chuyên gia) and a licensed counselor (tư vấn viên). 

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Nỗi lo dự án vệ sinh môi trường chậm tiến độ

phải nhanh chóng giải ngân ngay,

Một "cơn bão" từ toilet đổ bộ vào nhà cư dân Massachusetts :D
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She said the unsanitary (mất vệ sinh) experienced "destroyed everything" — including her wedding dress, floors, walls and the entire bathroom, and told The Boston Globe it will cost $8,000 to rid her home of the sewage. 

Melrose Mayor Gail Infurna blamed the backup (dự phòng) on a main sewer (đường cống) line that was blocked, and said Department of Public Works employees "responded immediately" after receiving a call to the area about a "potential water issue." The sewer blockage has been repaired, and "the ensuing damage remains under investigation (điều tra)." 

Nghỉ ngơi (Taper) đúng cách để chạy marathon tốt hơn

Gặp gấu trên đường đua thì cũng như nhau cả thôi :)
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A group of runners experienced a stunning (tuyệt đẹp) sight last weekend as a bear temporarily halted (dừng lại) the Leadville Trail Marathon in Colorado Springs

The bear appeared for only about 15-20 seconds, as it bolted (chặn) across the road, slipped (đi qua) through a gap (khoảng trống) in the runners and vanished (biến mất) into the woods. 

“Everyone froze,” Peterson said. “We let the bear do what it was going to do, and it found a gap in the runners to cross and then took off into the brush (bụi cây). Everyone just looked at each other like, ‘Did that really just happen?’ It was so casual. That was what was funny about it. In trail races, we see wildlife (đời sống hoang dã) all the time, but you never expect a bear to jump out in front of you when you’re in a mountain race.” 

Cách mời crush đi uống cafe thật thông minh mà không sợ mất giá

cùng anh đến một nơi để có eo thon nào :)

cafe giúp giảm béo, nghiên cứu mới cho hay,
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...researchers found that coffee can stimulate (kích thích) what's known as brown fat (chất béo nâu). "Brown fat is a unique organ (bộ phận) that is used for producing heat. It's present in quite small amounts in the body,". 

Brown fat cells (tế bào) are the body's internal fat fighters (loại bỏ chất béo). When the body produces heat, it uses energy (năng lượng), thus burning calories (đốt cháy ca-lo). This is the first study that shows a cup of coffee can impact how brown fat functions. 

Adults have between 50 and 100 grams of brown fat in their bodies (cơ thể), and when it is activated, it has the unique ability to produce 300 times more heat than any other organ in the body. 

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Quy Nhơn FM plan_long run, week 14

hôm nay chạy chậm quá, mãi sau hai bạn này một lúc lâu, rồi mới bứt tốc lên được :)
bớt tà niệm nào

Bài trước: Quy Nhơn FM plan_long run, week 13

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Cách để hạn chế sâu răng phát triển

fluor hóa nước uống có vẻ góp phần giảm sâu răng ở trẻ em, nhưng không có đủ chứng cứ khoa học là nó có tác dụng tương tự đối với người lớn,

ngày càng nhiều nha sĩ nghi ngờ việc nhổ răng khôn,
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the case for fluoridation is also weak by modern standards–questioning fluoridation has been a taboo (điều cấm kỵ) in American society since anti-fluoridation activists were branded as far-right conspiracy theorists (người tin vào thuyết âm mưu) in the 1950s.

The Cochrane organization, a highly respected arbiter of evidence-based medicine, has conducted systematic reviews of oral-health studies since 1999….most of the Cochrane reviews reach one of two disheartening conclusions: Either the available evidence fails to confirm the purported benefits of a given dental intervention, or there is simply not enough research to say anything substantive one way or another.

Fluoridation of drinking water seems to help reduce tooth decay (sâu răng) in children, but there is insufficient evidence that it does the same for adults. Some data suggest that regular flossing, in addition to brushing, mitigates (giảm thiểu) gum disease, but there is only “weak, very unreliable” evidence that it combats plaque. As for common but invasive dental procedures, an increasing number of dentists question the tradition of prophylactic wisdom-teeth (răng khôn) removal; often, the safer choice is to monitor unproblematic teeth for any worrying developments. Little medical evidence justifies the substitution of tooth-colored resins for typical metal amalgams to fill cavities. And what limited data we have don’t clearly indicate whether it’s better to repair a root-canaled tooth with a crown or a filling. When Cochrane researchers tried to determine whether faulty metal fillings should be repaired or replaced, they could not find a single study that met their standards.

Sự thật mà nha sĩ ít khi nào “hé răng” nửa lời

'lấy cao răng 6 tháng một lần', chẳng có cơ sở khoa học nào cả, các nhà nghiên cứu truy xuất mãi mới biết là xuất phát từ quảng cáo của một công ty kem đánh răng vào những năm 1930
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Common dental procedures are not always as safe, effective, or durable as we are meant to believe. As a profession, dentistry has not yet applied the same level of self-scrutiny as medicine, or embraced as sweeping an emphasis on scientific evidence.

…Consider the maxim that everyone should visit the dentist twice a year for cleanings. We hear it so often, and from such a young age, that we’ve internalized it as truth. But this supposed commandment of oral health has no scientific grounding. Scholars have traced its origins to a few potential sources, including a toothpaste advertisement from the 1930s and an illustrated pamphlet (cuốn sách nhỏ) from 1849 that follows the travails (công việc cực khổ, khó nhọc) of a man with a severe (nghiêm trọng, trầm trọng, khắc nghiệt) toothache (đau răng). Today, an increasing number of dentists acknowledge that adults with good oral hygiene need to see a dentist only once every 12 to 16 months.

The joke, of course, is that there’s no evidence for the 12 to 16 month rule either.

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Friday, May 10, 2019

Eureka

hàng chục năm qua, cứ tưởng trầm cảm chỉ là bệnh của nước giàu, vài năm gần đây, có người làm luận văn tiến sĩ ở Zimbabwe mới phát hiện ra rằng... cũng phổ biến ở nước nghèo,

-> 'ơ quả mơ có hột', thiếu ăn, thiếu mặc, thiếu tiền, xã hội bất công... thì bế tắc, trầm cảm thôi, thế mà cũng nghiên cứu,

đúng là có câu: 'các nhà khoa học làm phức tạp mọi thứ' :D
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When Vikram Patel first began to study mental health (sức khỏe tâm thần, sức khỏe trí não), he believed depression (trầm cảm) only existed in rich nations. But today, he is the single most influential figure in the growing global movement to treat mental illness in poor countries, especially the most common disorder (rối loạn), depression.

In 1993, Patel, who was born in Mumbai, finished his training as a psychiatrist (nhà tâm lý học) in London and moved with his wife to Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, to begin a two-year research fellowship at the national university. His purpose was to find evidence (bằng chứng, chứng cứ) for the view, then widespread among psychiatrists, that what looked like depression in poor countries was actually a response to deprivation (bị tước đoạt, túng thiếu, nghèo khó) and injustice (bất công) – conditions stemming from colonisation (thực dân hóa). The remedy (phương thuốc cứu chữa) in such cases, he believed, was not psychotherapy, but social justice.

The most common illness had a name: kufungisisa, a word in Shona, the local language, which means excessive worry about a problem. Many of the healers said kufungisisa was not an illness, but a reaction to the stresses of life, such as poverty or illness. Aha! Patel thought. It was as he expected: in Zimbabwe, mental suffering was being caused by social injustice.

Bài trước: Chừa chưa

Sunday, May 5, 2019

Quy Nhơn FM plan_long run, week 12

- trời mưa, giày lởm (tennis), giáo án recovery run mà mày bắt tao chạy ác thế?

- thì chạy nốt sáng nay rồi recover một thể, gọi là recovery run còn gì, - hắn trả lời,


Bài trước: Quy Nhơn FM plan_long run, week 11

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Chừa chưa

thanh niên 28 tuổi bị đột quỵ vì bẻ cổ (cho đỡ mỏi)
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Josh Hader, 28, from Guthrie, Oklahoma tore (xé, làm rách) his vertebral (đốt sống) artery (động mạch), a crucial vessel (mạch máu quan trọng) leading to the brain (não).

“The moment I heard the pop, everything on my left side started to go numb (tê cứng, tê liệt),”

“I got up and tried to get an ice pack from the fridge, and I remember I couldn't walk straight.”

Hader’s father-in-law rushed him to the emergency room (phòng cấp cứu) at the city’s Mercy Hospital.

“He could have had a life-ending (chấm dứt cuộc đời, chết người) stroke (đột quỵ). He could have died,” said Dr. Vance McCollom, a radiologist (bác sĩ x-quang) at Mercy Hospital, Oklahoma City.