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Thursday, April 29, 2010

::: Chicken Wings - Its Dangerous. Chemmni tukk??? :::

Salam Bersiaran...entry copy & tampal lagik...
tok email ku terimak dr collegue ku...
lalulah takut2 jak maok makan sayap manok...
tapi yalah faveret part aku...
aduh duh duh....
mun KFC, order snack plate..kompom maok duak2 bahagian sayap manok dibedal...
x tauklah berapa igek dah sayap manok dalam perut tok..
(imagine sayap manok lam perut tok)
cheh ngutik jak..xdalah sampe tulang2 ya di telan sekali..hehehe
oklah silalh baca entry tok ea..

Avoid eating chicken wings frequently - ladies, especially; a true story...! 

A friend of mine recently had a growth in her womb and she underwent an operation to remove the cyst removed was filled with a dark colored blood. She thought that she would
be recovered after the surgery but! she was terribly wrong. 

down to her gynecologist for a consultation.

During her consultation, her doctor asked her a question that puzzled
her. He ask if she was a frequent consumer of chicken wings and she replied yes wondering as to how, he knew of her eating habits.
You see, the truth is in this modern day and age; chickens are injected with steroids to accelerate their growth so that the needs of this society can be met. This need is none other than the need for food.

cyst in the womb. Therefore, I advise the people out there to watch
their diets and to lower their frequency of consumingchicken wings!

Yah harusslah kita ngurang mkn sayap/kepak/wings manok tok...


::: Angsa ditusuk anak panah :::

Salam bersiaran...
Berita tok ku dapat dr laman web KOSMO! Online...
Cian eh angsa tok...
Silah lah baca ea...

GAMBAR menunjukkan seekor angsa yang tertusuk sebatang anak panah dekat Kettlecreek di Sungai Toms, New Jersey pada minggu lalu.

NEW JERSEY, Amerika Syarikat - Seekor angsa hinggap di sebuah laman seorang doktor dekat Kettlecreek di Sungai Toms, di sini dengan sebatang panah pemburu sepanjang 66 sentimeter yang tertusuk di badannya.
Seorang pesara doktor haiwan, Bernard Levine, 82, telah membantu menangkap angsa tersebut sebelum melakukan pembedahan dengan mengeluarkan anak panak dan beberapa peluru penabur serta memindahkannya ke pusat pemulihan burung terbesar negeri itu.
"Angsa ini sangat bijak. Ia singgah di laman seorang veterinar yang boleh membantu menyelamatkan dan menjaganya," kata Dr. Levine.
Setelah ia pulih daripada kecederaan di pusat pemulihan berkenaan, angsa tersebut dilepaskan ke sebuah terusan pada minggu lepas. - AP

::: Cili boleh kuruskan badan ??? :::

Salam bersiaran...
Gud morning...
pagi2 aku dah bermalas-malasan...
then gi lah baca paper KOSMO! Online...
Then ku terbacalah artikel pasal 
" Cili boleh kuruskan badan"
Aku apa lagik..perihal2 kurus2kan badan nanglah aku teruja, suka n terpengaruh...
Coz ku maok kuruskan badan eh...
tapi mlm tadik hancur sikit dah diet ku coz
Mr. Ehem2 mbak mkn seafood..
oh no..no..
aku xpat resist the seduction of butter prawn...
owkeyh...
silalah baca ea entry article tok & pastok sama2lh kita mkn benda pedas2..ne tauk dapt nguruskan sikit badan tok and "hips dont' lie".....

LOS ANGELES - Sekumpulan saintis Universiti California, Amerika Syarikat (AS) mendakwa, memakan banyak cili dapat menurunkan berat badan kerana sayuran tersebut dapat meningkatkan kadar metabolisme dan membakar lemak, lapor sebuah akhbar semalam.
Penemuan itu berdasarkan hasil kajian terhadap 34 sukarelawan lelaki dan wanita yang dihidangkan lada kurang pedas atau perisa tiruan cili.
Kajian itu mendapati pembakaran tenaga dalam badan kumpulan sukarelawan yang memakan banyak cili adalah hampir dua kali ganda lebih tinggi berbanding mereka yang diberikan makan perisa cili tiruan. - Agensi


Wednesday, April 28, 2010

::: Multitasking Anyone ???:::

Salam bersiaran....
Entry Copy & tampal lagik...
Tok email yg ku received from my colleague...
Multitasking Anyone???
Sila baca k.. and happee reading ea..


Whether we call ourselves jugglers or multitaskers, the more we manage to do at once, the more we congratulate ourselves.

"Multitaskingwas a phrase first minted (in Silicon Valley) to describe computers that could run more than one program at a time. But in the 21st century, we've all become human multitaskers.

And, no question, women are better at it than men. Studies have shown that women use both hemispheres of the brain – while men tend to use one, so they're more "compartmentalised", tending to focus on one thing at a time.

However, research suggests that multitasking might be bad for our memories and our wellbeing. The stress of doing too many things at once can not only strain the brain, but set us up for a raft of physical problems, too.

Dr David Meyer, a psychology professor at the University of Michigan who specialises in cognition and perception, insists, "Chronic multitasking over the years poses a strong risk for ultimate brain damageAs we force ourselves to bounce from task to task, we generate stress. Body and mind gear up to cope by releasing adrenaline. This powerful medicine is good for a crisis – but on an ongoing basis, it's hard on the brain and body."

Stress hormones divert energy from the part of our brain that forms memory (including the hippocampus) to the parts of the body needed for the "fight-or-flight" response. Long-term, this stress can lead to permanent shrinkage of the hippocampus.

What's more, Dr Meyer observed that multitaskers are losing the ability to concentrate.

According to Dr Marcel Just, who's researching ageing at Carnegie Mellon University in the US, that's because "there's only so much mental capacity to go around." If you run too many programs at once on a computer, it tends to crash. Ditto human memory.

Multitaskers also tend to sleep badlywhich not only impacts on our immune system, but can increase the likelihood of other stress-related health problems likeheart disease.

It's time to reclaim the idea of mono-tasking, that quaint idea of doing one thing at a time. It might just turn out to save our health, wellbeing and our relationships. (And I might get to spend time with my best friend, instead of typing messages to her at 5am).


HOW TO UN-MULTITASK

Not all multitaskers are created equal, so if you want to detox your tasking routine, it helps to take a customised approach. Make one small change at a time. If you give up multitasking completely, you'll be on overload again before you know it.

  • Each morning, earmark one or two TV programmes that you'd really like to watch that night and have a long, indulgent girlie chat with a friend.

The Office Juggler – You pride yourself on being able to cope with whatever your day (or boss) throws at you – but in reality, projects pile up and only get finished when there's a deadline. You probably get in early and stay late, too, to keep on top of your e-mails.

  • Clear your desk so that it's easier to focus on each project. (A carefully-labelled hanging file under your desk is better than a mountain of folders.) Block out periods of time to work on specific projects. But never go more than 90 minutes without a break, because the brain needs time to recharge. Set aside 15-minute chunks, a few times a day, to deal with e-mail, rather than keeping it permanently open – and get a spam filter, so you're not spending time deleting irrelevant info.

The Domestic Perfectionist - You bend over backwards to make sure your home looks like something out of one of those glossy homes magazines you subscribe to. You have a pile of vintage curtains just waiting to be turned into gorgeous cushions, and spend hours spritzing your linen with lavender water. But there are piles of things behind the sofa because you never quite finish tidying one space before moving on to the next – and that mountain of ironing just keeps getting higher.

  • Remind yourself that the homes in magazines don't look like that for more than about five minutes. (It takes a stylist and much grooming to get camera-ready, and invariably, just out of shot, there's a vast pile of junk. If not, the place is inhabited by aliens.) Slow down, take a breath and ask yourself: Which is more important, a perfect home, or health and happiness? Buy less, so there's less to tidy. Try folding clothes when they're straight out of the drier, to save time at the ironing board. And why not pay someone to make those pretty cushions for you?

The Crazed Cook - Your kitchen walls are lined with cookbooks and Saturdays are spent dashing around town seeking out tamarind paste. You're constantly tearing recipes out of magazines – but never seem to get round to creating them. In fact, the last time you spent all evening in the kitchen, stirring, pouring, flambรฉing and crisping with your blowtorch you were ready to collapse.

  • Think like a Frenchwoman: buy the starter, or dessert, so that you're less frazzled and can actually enjoy your friends' company. Enlist their help – dressing the salad, pouring the wine. Have a ruthless cull of your cookbooks, keeping only the books that you refer to time and again. Author Shirley Conran was right when she said that life really is too short to stuff a mushroom.


Tata..take k ea...

Monday, April 26, 2010

::: Love is in the Air Mood :::


Salam bersiaran...
huhu..
aritok I'm Happee...
tapi x tauk apa yang di happee just i am so very Happee...
it seems like today my "love is in the air day
or
"Today was a fairytale day"

CHEWAHHH..

tapi bukan jiwang lah..

Papapun ku bersyukur sebab Allah S.W.T berik feeling yang best utk ku ritok in spite of my super duper busy work load  that i have to endure..
Alhamdulillah...





Friday, April 23, 2010

::: Incredible Love Story :::

Salam Bersiaran...
Entry copy n tampal lagik...kedung rajin ritok maok update blog...hehe..
tok email yg ku dapat yg diforward oleh kawan ku juak...

silalah baca ea...

An incredible  love story has come out of China recently and managed to touch the world. 
It  is a story of a man and an older woman who ran off to live and love each other  in peace for over half a century.  
 
The 70-year-old Chinese man who hand-carved over 6,000 stairs up a mountain for his 80-year-old wife has passed away in the cave which has been the couple's home for the last 50 years. 

Over 50  years ago, Liu Guojiang a 19 year-old boy, fell in love with a 29 year-old widowed  mother named Xu Chaoqin.. 
In a twist worthy of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, friends and relatives criticized the relationship because of the age difference and the fact that Xu already had children. 
At that time, it was unacceptable and immoral for a young man  to love an older woman.. To avoid the market gossip and the scorn of their communities, the couple decided to  elope and lived in a cave in Jiangjin County in Southern ChongQing Municipality. 
In the beginning, life was harsh as hey had nothing, no electricity or even food.  They had to eat grass and roots they found in the mountain, and Liu made a  kerosene lamp that they used to light up their lives.   

Xu felt that she had tied Liu down and repeatedly asked him, 'Are you regretful? Liu always replied, 'As long as we are industrious, life will improve.'
 

In the second year  of living in the mountain, Liu began and continued for over 50 years, to  hand-carve the steps so that his wife could get down the mountain  easily

Half a century later in 2001, a group of adventurers were  exploring the forest and were surprised to find the elderly couple and the  over 6,000 hand-carved steps.  Liu MingSheng,  one of their seven children said, 'My parents loved each other so much, they  have lived in seclusion for over 50 years and never been apart a single day.  He hand carved more than 6,000 steps over the years for my mother's  convenience, although she doesn't go down the mountain that  much.

The couple had  lived in peace for over 50 years until last week. Liu, now 72 years, returned  from his daily farm work and collapsed. Xu sat and prayed with her husband as  he passed away in her arms. So in love with Xu, was Liu, that no one was able  to release the grip he had on his wife's hand even after he had passed away.   
'You promised me you'll take care of me, you'll always be with me until the day I died, now you left before me, how am I going to live without you?' 

Xu spent days softly repeating this sentence and touching her husband's black coffin with tears rolling down her cheeks.
 

In 2006, their story became one of the top 10 love stories from China , collected by the Chinese Women Weekly. The local government has decided to  preserve the love ladder and the place they lived as a museum, so this love  story can live forever. 

Huhu touching owh....;(

Oklh tata...