Sunday, December 30, 2012

Arab artist Tamer Hosny Photo with Girls fans

Tamer Hosny (born August 16, 1977) is an Egyptian singer, actor, composer, director, songwriter. Hosny first came to attention when he appeared on mix tapes with other Egyptian artists. He launched his solo career with the 2004 album Hob, becoming a successful singer of romantic music and earning the nickname “King of Generation” from his fans.
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Myrtle Corbin Generated double basin

Myrtle Corbin was born in 1868 in Texas

Generated double basin, any separate the pelvic region to the two sides, and this was caused by the division axis of the body when it was Jenin.
Myrtle earn $ 450 a week in work, married and gave birth to 4 daughters and a son.

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Saturday, December 29, 2012

Most Searched Jeans of 2012

It shouldn't really come as a surprise that the most searched-for fashion item on Yahoo! in 2012 was jeans. A girl's wardrobe certainly isn't complete without her trusty denim (don't lie--you know you live in them), so we've rounded up the most sought after styles and brands from this year.

Levi's - The first maker of blue jeans are (thankfully) still at it! The brand founded in 1873 has been consistently cranking out classics for well over 100 years--everyone from Barack Obama to Miley Cyrus
has a pair. We love them for their well-constructed skinnies.

Lucky Brand - Aren't you a Lucky girl if you own a pair of these? This designer rarely misses a step, and has completely mastered the art of the perfectly faded bootleg, so we’re not shocked that they are one of the most successful brands year after year.

Lee Jeans - Another heritage brand (like Levi's, it's been around since the 19th century), these blue jeans classics rely on quality construction and fit, but it's their reasonable pricing that has us coming back to them time and time again.

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Unwanted guest in Florida picnic area is a 17-foot Burmese python

If visitors to a South Florida picnic area were bothered by ants, those worries surely passed the moment a 17-foot Burmese python slithered onto the grounds. The enormous snake was shot and killed after the sighting, by a family visiting from Arkansas, and the raw footage was supplied to CNN.

At 17 feet, the python was just shy of the Florida record: a 17-foot, 7-inch specimen captured last year.

The python hunt referred to in the CNN report is the "2013 Python Challenge," a month-long hunt that kicks off Jan. 12. The inaugural program, in which hunters armed with firearms and machetes will kill as many pythons as they can, is an attempt to dent the population of the invasive reptiles, which threaten native wildlife. 

Burmese pythons, which prey on small mammals, birds, and even small alligators, are prolific breeders and prevalent throughout the Everglades. They're believed to have been introduced to Florida, initially, by pet owners who turned the snakes loose when they outgrew their pens. 

Burmese pythons can no longer be acquired as pets in Florida, and it's illegal to transport the reptiles across state lines.
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The Scariest Shoes Of All Time

We've come across many ugly shoes in our day, but a pair dubbed "Scary Beautiful" is definitely the most treacherous footwear we've ever seen. The massive heels appear backwards on the foot, so the wearers feet point straight down the back, as if in ballet shoes, with their shin leaning against the front "heel" end of the design to balance. The shoes are a collaboration between artist Leanie van der Vyver and Dutch shoe designer René van den Berg, and serve as a commentary on today's impossible standards of beauty.

The ugliest shoes of all time 

Van der Vyver is South African, and recently graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. We spotted "Scary Beautiful" on her website, cargocollective.com, and reached out to her for the inside scoop.

Imelda Marcos' prized shoe collection is ruined 

"After working in fashion for seven years, and therefore being well aware of the manipulation images in fashion suffer for a perfect result, I still compare myself to them and other current beauty ideals," Van der Vyver told Yahoo! Shine exclusively. "My frustration with my own inability to overcome these feelings of inadequacy was what brought 'Scary Beautiful' into fruition. The shoes formed part of my graduation project that was a result of my thesis. The conclusion of my thesis investigation was that people are not satisfied with what they look like, and that perfection, according to the beauty and fashion standards, has reached a climax. Humans are playing God by physically and metaphorically perfecting themselves. Beauty is currently at an all time climax, allowing this project to explore what lies beyond perfection. Scary Beautiful challenges current beauty ideals by inflicting an unexpected new beauty standard."

Unsurprisingly, Van der Vyver's "Scary Beautiful" shoes were nominated for a design prize at Gerrit Rietveld Academie. Jury members Barbara Visser, visual artist and Xander Karskens, and curator of De Hallen had this to say about the shoes: 

"The object created by Leanie expands the concept of a shoe into multiple new meanings. The beautifully made leather object is accompanied by a video registration of a girl wearing it. One observes the design forcing the wearer to develop a new way of walking, leaning forward while refining a painfully fragile balance. The jury applauds the way aesthetics, ergonomics and prosthesis merge into an awkward choreography. The craftsmanship and strong conceptual way of designing also show in another work, a ceramic tea set in which reference is made to a building in South Africa. Leanie succeeds in translating political consciousness into form and is considered by the jury to be a meaningful future designer."

Alexander McQueen's spring 2010 Armadillo heels. Photo by Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/Getty Images
We find the clip shocking but also oddly moving. The shoes are obviously not practical, but as art they're intriguing. We can't help but be reminded of Lady Gaga trying to steady herself in the now-famous Alexander McQueen "Armadillo" heels in her "Bad Romance" music video. Major models like Abbey Lee Kershaw, Natasha Poly, and Sasha Pivovarova reportedly refused to wear the 12-inch McQueen heels out of fear, and were cut from the designer's spring 2010 fashion show. In comparison, the "Scary Beautiful" shoes make the "Armadillo" heels look like sneakers, but we had a feeling the always-outdoing-herself Lady Gaga would give them a spin one day. Sure enough, Van der Vyver confirmed our suspicions. 

"Yes, on request I did actually send them to Studio Formichetti for a Lady Gaga music video, but I could not get confirmation whether she actually used them," Van der Vyver told us. "I did not charge for her to possibly use them. I would love to sell them to a gallery." 

We're holding out for the "Scary Beautiful" shoes to appear in an upcoming Lady Gaga music video, but until then Van der Vyver is back home in Cape Town starting her own studio where she'll continue investigating fashion and beauty. We're anticipating her next creation. 

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Thursday, December 27, 2012

Bad luck to the bride on her wedding day

During the wedding girl carrying Clause Cup fire and shaking and the by fire of her dress
It's bad luck bride

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Type kisses

Are you bored with just regular kissing and french kissing? Or maybe you just want to try new ways to spice up your love life. Whether you're an experienced kisser or you've never kissed someone before, you can learn to kiss in so many different ways that you and your partner won't want to stop!
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Pop star Rihanna donates $1.75m to a hospital in Barbados

BBC — Pop star Rihanna has donated $1.75m (£1.08m) to a hospital in Barbados in memory of her grandmother.
The 24-year-old said the gift, which will pay for three pieces of medical equipment, was her way “giving back to Barbados”.
“I believe that this will have a huge impact on the people of Barbados. This was all done to save lives or at least extend them.”
The singer's grandmother, Clara “Dolly” Braithwaite, died in June.
She had fought a long battle with cancer.
The hospital's radiotherapy unit has been renamed the Clara Braithwaite Center for Oncology and Nuclear Medicine.
Rihanna, whose real name is Robyn Fenty, made the announcement at a visit to the hospital over the weekend, where she was accompanied by her mother, Monica, and grandfather, Lionel Braithwaite.
She was particularly close to her grandmother, and took a last-minute break from her European festival tour in June to spend some time with her in hospital.
When she died on 30 June, the pop star took to Twitter and posted several photographs of the two together, writing, “my heart smiled and cried all at once”.
Born and raised in Barbados, Rihanna is one of the most successful female musicians in the world.
Since her debut in 2005, she has released an album a year, with the exception of 2008.
Her most recent, Unapologetic, became her first US number one, and gave her a global hit with the lead single, Diamonds.
Forbes magazine last week named her the third-highest-earning woman in the music industry, after she made $53m in 2012.

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Connecticut school shooting by a gunman leaves 20 children and 6 adults killed

BBC — A gunman has killed 20 children and six adults at a primary school in the US state of Connecticut, police say.
The gunman, who also died, has not been formally identified by police.
But officials told US media that the killer at Sandy Hook Elementary School, in Newtown, was a 20-year-old son of a teacher. He is thought to have killed her before the attack.
It is one of the worst-ever US school shootings, with a toll close to the 32 who died at Virginia Tech in 2007.
Early reports named 24-year-old Ryan Lanza as the gunman, but anonymous officials later said his brother Adam, 20, was the suspect.
He is believed to have killed their mother, Nancy Lanza, at her home before heading to Sandy Hook school. Investigators say it is unclear whether she worked there.
Ryan Lanza of Hoboken, New Jersey, was being questioned by police, US media reported, but has not been named as a suspect.
'Safest place in America'
Police Lt Paul Vance said 18 children were pronounced dead at the school, and two died after being taken to hospital. Six adults were also killed, and the gunman died at the scene, apparently after shooting himself.
One person was also injured, and police were investigating a second crime scene in Newtown, where another victim was found dead – understood to be the gunman's mother.
Dressed in black and wearing a bullet-proof vest, the gunman is thought to have had several weapons.
These included two handguns – a Glock and a Sig Sauer – and a .223-calibre rifle, reports said.
The killings took place in two rooms within a single section of the school, police have said.
One parent, Stephen Delgiadice, whose eight-year-old daughter was at Sandy Hook School on Friday but was not harmed, said the shooting was traumatic for the small town.
“It's alarming, especially in Newtown, Connecticut, which we always thought was the safest place in America,” Mr Delgiadice told AP.
At a memorial service in Newtown people crowded outside the doors of the church as Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy addressed those gathered.
He called the attack a “tragedy of unspeakable terms”, saying “you can never be prepared” for an event like this.
In Washington, about 200 people held a candlelight vigil for the victims outside the White House, whilst others protested there to call for gun controls.
'Innocence torn away'
Friday's shooting is the third major gun attack in the US in 2012.
In July an attacker killed 12 people at a premiere of a Batman film in Aurora, Colorado. In August six people died at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin.
Just this week two people died in a shooting at a shopping mall in the state of Oregon.
At the White House, an emotional President Barack Obama cited those incidents as he called for “meaningful action… regardless of politics”.
“Our hearts are broken today, for the parents, grandparents, sisters and brothers of these children, and for the families of the adults who were lost.”
Mr Obama offered condolences to the families of survivors too, saying “their children's innocence has been torn away from them too early, and there are no words that will ease their pain”.
He wiped tears from his eyes as he spoke of the “overwhelming grief” at the loss of life.
The American flags on Capitol Hill were lowered to half-mast in the wake of the attack.
Schools locked down
Police arrived at the school soon after 09:40 local time (14:40 GMT) on Friday, answering reports that a gunman was in the school's main office and one person had “numerous gunshot wounds”.
Witnesses reported hearing scores of shots fired, with one suggesting there “must have been 100 rounds” in an interview with CNN.
Parent Richard Wilford said his seven-year-old son Richie described a noise that “sounded like what he described as cans falling”.
Mr Wilford said his son's teacher locked the classroom door and told the children to huddle in a corner until the police arrived.
The authorities said they mobilised “every possible asset” in their response to the shooting. Teams of officers, some with dogs, combed the school and evacuated the building.
Firefighters reportedly told children to close their eyes and run past the school's office as they left the building.
Sandy Hook School – described by correspondents as a highly rated school has more than 600 students – spanning the ages five to 10.
Witness Mergim Bajraliu, 17, said he heard the gunshots ring out from his home and ran to the school looking for his nine-year-old sister, who was not hurt.
He spoke of an emotional scene at the school as anguished parents rushed to find their children.
“Everyone was just traumatised,” he said.

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Kiwi Sparkler

Ingredients :
1 ounce peach liqueur
1/4 ounce freshly squeezed lime juice
1 medium kiwi peeled and cut into large chunks
1 1/2 ounces vodka
1 1/2 ounces dry sparkling wine such as Prosecco

Recipe Instructions:

Fill a rocks glass with ice and set aside.
Place the peach liqueur, lime juice, and kiwi in a cocktail shaker and gently muddle until the kiwi releases its juice.
Add the vodka and fill the shaker halfway with ice. Shake vigorously until the outside of the shaker is frosty. Strain in to the prepared glass, add the sparkling wine, and gently stir to combine.

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Study: Smoking While Drinking Increases Hangover Symptoms

(UPI) — A study of college students found those who smoked while drinking were more likely to report hangover symptoms after heavy drinking, U.S. researchers say.
The study, scheduled to be published in the January issue of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, also found about one-quarter of people who drink enough to spur a hangover in most didn't actually develop one, and while no one is sure what that is, the study suggests smoking may be a factor.
“At the same number of drinks, people who smoked more that day were more likely to have a hangover and have more intense hangovers,” Damaris J. Rohsenow, of the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies at Brown University in Providence, R.I., said in a statement.
The findings were based on a survey of 113 college students who recorded their drinking and smoking habits, and any hangover symptoms, every day for eight weeks.
The study found overall when students drank heavily — the equivalent of five or six cans of beer in about an hour — those who'd smoked more on that same day had higher odds of suffering a hangover the next morning and suffered more when they did.
The findings suggested if smokers plan to indulge in heavy alcohol use, it would be wise to cut down on cigarettes, Rohsenow said.

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Steps to make Boneless Buffalo Wings

Ingredients :

3 tablespoons nonfat buttermilk
3 tablespoons hot pepper sauce
3 tablespoons distilled white vinegar divided
2 pounds chicken tenders
6 tablespoons whole-wheat flour
6 tablespoons cornmeal
1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
2 tablespoons canola oil divided
2 cups peeled carrot sticks
2 cups celery sticks
Spicy blue cheese Dip (see recipe link above)

Recipe Instructions

Whisk buttermilk, 2 tablespoons hot pepper sauce and 2 tablespoons vinegar in a large bowl until combined. Add chicken; toss to coat. Transfer to the refrigerator and let marinate for at least 10 minutes or up to 1 hour, stirring occasionally.
Meanwhile, whisk flour and cornmeal in a shallow dish. Whisk the remaining 1 tablespoon hot sauce and 1 tablespoon vinegar in a small bowl.
Remove the chicken from the marinade and roll in the flour mixture until evenly coated. (Discard remaining marinade and flour mixture). Sprinkle both sides of the chicken with cayenne.
Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add half the chicken, placing each in a little oil. Cook until golden brown and cooked through, 3 to 4 minutes per side. Transfer to a serving platter. Repeat with the remaining 1 tablespoon oil and chicken, reducing the heat if necessary. Transfer to the platter. Drizzle the chicken with the reserved hot sauce mixture. Serve with carrots, celery and Spicy Blue Cheese Dip.

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Tips to spend Happy Christmas with the family

Buy Safe Toys

If you plan to buy toys for the kids in your life, choose age-appropriate toys and look for labels with safety advice. For young children, avoid toys with small parts, sharp edges, and electric toys that can heat up. Always purchase safety gear in addition to sports-related gifts or ride-on toys, such as bicycles or skateboards.

Celebrate on a Budget

The holidays can be expensive, but you don't have to break the bank to celebrate. Take a few minutes to decide how much you can afford to spend on gifts, travel, parties, decorations, and other holiday expenses. Once you've created a spending plan, keep track of your purchases.
Shopping online can help you stick to a budget as you'll avoid the temptation of store displays and may be able to use coupons and promotion codes. Before you buy, look for free shipping offers; check ordering deadlines to ensure that your gifts will arrive on time; and read the return policy.
Give the Gift of Service

Sometimes the greatest gift you can give to others is service. Studies show that reading to a child just three hours a week significantly improves his or her reading skills. If you help out at a local soup kitchen or food bank, you are directly providing meals to hungry individuals.

Find Seasonal Employment

Even in a tough economy, businesses need extra help around the holidays. Seasonal employment can help supplement your income and potentially lead to a permanent position. If you need to update your resume, check out resume and interview tips to help you stand out in the job market. Get online tools and resources to help with your job search.

Get Through the Holiday Blues

The holidays aren't joyous for everyone. This time of year can bring stress and feelings of loneliness. Exercise, focusing on positive relationships, and doing things that you find rewarding can help with depression. Get tips on what to do if you feel depressed. Keep in mind that winter depression could be a sign of seasonal affective disorder (SAD), which may be caused by the lack of sunlight. Treatment for SAD is much like other forms of depression, but also involves light therapy.

Be Safe and Save Money with LED Lights

Electricity bills can grow during the holidays if you decorate with strings of lights. Consider switching to LED (light-emitting diode) holiday lights to save energy and money. In addition to the energy and cost savings, LED lights are much cooler than incandescent bulbs, reducing the risk of fires.
Every holiday season, fires claim lives and cost millions in damage. To prevent holiday fires in your home, use nonflammable decorations; do not overload electrical sockets; regularly water Christmas trees; and avoid the use of lit candles. As you should do year-round, ensure that your smoke alarms are working.

Pay Attention to Food Portions and Physical Activity

The holidays are a wonderful time to celebrate with family and friends, but celebrations sometimes involve over-indulging in sweet treats and heavy foods. Even if you only gain one or two pounds during the holidays, these gains can add up over the years. The holidays are probably not the ideal time to try to lose weight, but you can take steps to maintain your weight.

Pack for Hassle-Free Air Travel

You can get through the airport security line faster by traveling with unwrapped gifts and following the “3-1-1 rule” when carrying on liquids. You may have favorite liquid food items (like cranberry sauce or special dips) that you want to share during the holidays, but it's best to put such items in your checked bag or ship them ahead of time. If you need last-minute information about what you can and can't bring through security, use the My TSA app or mobile website. Get more helpful hints for holiday travelers.

Reduce Holiday Waste

The holiday season includes many opportunities to reduce waste, recycle, and reuse items. Did you know that about 40 percent of all battery sales occur during the holiday season? Consider buying rechargeable batteries (and a charger) for electronic gifts to help reduce the amount of harmful materials thrown away. After the holidays, look for ways to recycle your tree instead of sending it to a landfill. If you plan to send greeting cards, consider purchasing ones that are made of recycled paper or sending electronic greetings.

Keep Food Safe

Holiday buffets are convenient ways to entertain a crowd, but leaving food out for long periods of time can invite bacteria that cause foodborne illness. To keep your holiday foods safe, cook them thoroughly; use shallow containers; never leave them sitting out for more than two hours; and keep them at the appropriate temperature. Get more food safety tips to help keep your guests healthy.

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Ideas for Kids for New Year 2013

Funky Noisemakers

Kids love making noise at midnight. Let them design a custom noisemaker using everyday objects. For the noisemaker container, use empty plastic food jars, or simply glue the open ends of two cups together. Easier yet, fold a paper plate in half and staple the edges shut. Fill the inside with dry beans or rice, uncooked corn kernels or even small jingle bells. Let kids decorate the outside of the container with glitter, sparkly pens, stick-on jewels, feathers and sequins.

Sparkly Fireworks

Do this project after children have seen a real fireworks show. Give them each a black piece of construction paper or poster board. Open the tip of a glue bottle very slightly and let them draw their own fireworks with the glue. Tell them to try to remember the different types of fireworks they saw during the show. Sprinkle the glue with different colors of glitter, and shake off the excess. After the glue has dried, you can cut out the fireworks and tape them to a long piece of ribbon to make a decorative streamer.

Custom Calendar

Let older children decorate a calendar that they can use for the upcoming year. Buy or make a blank calendar. Write in the dates yourself or let children do it, ensuring they note important holidays and birthdays. Supply kids with photographs of themselves and family as well as scrapbooking paper and embellishments. This is a great way to use any unwanted scrapbooking materials left over at the end of the year. Teach children how to theme each page for the month. You can also teach children about coordinating and contrasting colors and other art concepts.

Handprint Poster

This art project also serves as a memento for parents. Give the child a sheet of sturdy poster board. With a foam brush, let the child paint one hand with glittery washable paint. Silver and gold are colors appropriate for the New Year. Have the child make four hand prints in a row on the paper. With glitter glue, let the child write the new year numbers across the hands, one number on each palm. Above the hand prints, write “Happy New Year” with glitter glue and let children decorate the poster with shiny stickers.

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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Alia Mahdi's return either the Egyptian embassy in Sweden

Egyptian activist bared Alia Mahdi and activists belonging to the organization "one who" international women's rights advocate, in front of the Egyptian embassy in Stockholm a rejection of the Egyptian Constitution, on the eve of the second round of a referendum Saturday.
The Kiev-based organization said in a statement titled "Muhammad the end of the world" in reference to Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, posted on its website, The Nashtadtha and Egyptian activist "Tdaaan to say no to the Constitution of Sharia in Egypt."
The organization published pictures of the activist Egyptian has written on her naked body completely phrase "Sharia is not a constitution," and Atnyen of the organization took up placards reading "religion bondage" and "No religion" and Rarities on their bodies, "not for the Islamists yes-secular" and "end of the world
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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Saw what Sirin said in Latest News

Dialogue on the air with serine, and she says
Talking about Haifa Wehbe in Latest News 
Watch the video: Saw what Sirin said in Latest News
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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Nishan and him love

After he spoke a lot about his beloved unknowns that did not want to disclosed since hosted in a program for years, told Lebanese media Nishan recently been linked Baranja seven, media and casual fashion Lebanese love story is great, although the Nishan live amid artists beautiful and Famous and singleHowever, only one drew his attention.

Rania seven might not know many people, but also remembers many, they are the same girl incurring a lot of viewers in the Arab world when «burned nerves» Caesar song Kazem El Saher in his masterpiece famous «I and Leila», due to the splendor of the performance Saher for his song, even in performance analog the video clip, which was presented to Arab screens in 1999 and was awarded the best video clip photographer of the year 1999, he commented in mind Model, Rania seven, which was accompanied by Kazim.

Rania worked as a model for 12 years and then became a broadcaster «er. Seen. T and worked at Rotana. 
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Nishan and him love 

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video: the girl marries itself!!?

Latest case of a girl you want to marry the same ..The girl to wear a wedding dress in the United Arab Emirates and declared the marriage of the same, and agreed with the channels to disseminate event
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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Girl work in her father it mold in the bathroom!!?

That's So Funny when girl make a mold in her father hhhhh

Watch the video

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What did Dominic when asked to appear without clothes in Playboy!!?

 Dominique asked her to appear without clothes in Program
  Play boy..Saw what she did without hesitation
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When women hold arms??!! Tip Stay far !!!

Enjoy the best positions ..Learn to master keeping arms saw what happened to her in this video

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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Basma Boussil published the first picture after her pregnancy

Moroccan actress Star Academy Basma Boussil yesterday published the first picture of her with her ​​husband Tamer after news of her pregnancy on Facebook and Grdt so strained.
And showered blessings news of the pregnancy as there were comments envy Tamer.

It is worth mentioning that Basma Boussil not confirm or deny news of the pregnancy.
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Saturday, December 8, 2012

Pictures of. Singer 'Jannat'

Pictures Gannat with her ​​husband, Mohammad Diaa
 Brief about Gannat
Jannat (January 6, 1986 -), singer Moroccan. Longer Gardens of the most prominent singers of young women in the Arab world. And liabilities of the parties and programs. Claimed Gardens impress audiences through albums who between you and me in 2006 and won it on the many awards up to the album Love possession Year2009 and also won the highest percentage of sales and got through to the Middle East Music Award Ord Award ART

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Friday, December 7, 2012

Bassem Youssef On CBC

Watch as Yusuf Ali Channel CBC every Friday at 11 and a half ..Is a satirical political program to achieve 
high viewing figures
Brief on Bassem Youssef
Graduated as the Faculty of Medicine in 1998 and holds a PhD cardiothoracic surgery from the University of Cairo and is currently a faculty member at the Faculty of Medicine. Traveled to work in America and Europe for two years and a half in a medical device companies that develop technology heart and lung transplantation. Returned to Egypt to get a doctorate and then traveled to Germany for training on heart transplant surgery and supportive equipment to the heart muscle. Obtained a license to practice in the United States 2005 and Fellow of the British College of Surgeons in 2006

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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Menstrual cycle affects the severity of respiratory symptoms such as asthma

BBC — A woman's menstrual cycle affects the severity of respiratory symptoms, potentially worsening conditions such as asthma, a study suggests.
Norwegian researchers studied almost 4,000 women, and found worse symptoms around ovulation.
Writing in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, they said it may be possible to adapt women's medication.
Asthma UK said it could help women with asthma manage their condition better.
All the women studied had regular menstrual cycles lasting 28 days or less, and none were taking hormonal contraceptives.
Of those studied, 28.5% were smokers and 8% had been diagnosed with asthma.
Wheezing symptoms were worse between days 10 to 22 of cycles, with a slight dip near the point of ovulation for most.
Shortness of breath was worse on days seven to 21, again with a slight fall around ovulation.
The study found it was not just women diagnosed with asthma who experienced these symptoms and variations.
Coughing was worse following ovulation for those with asthma, those who were overweight and smokers.
'Pronounced' variations
When an individual woman has her period is determined by complex hormonal processes over the course of her cycle.
Throughout, levels of different hormones rise and fall – and body temperature rises around ovulation.
The researchers suggest that these fluctuations may have direct effects on airways. and indirect effects on inflammatory responses to infection.
Writing in the journal, the researchers led by Dr Ferenc Macsali, of the Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen, Norway, said: “We found that respiratory symptoms varied significantly during the menstrual cycle.
“There were large changes in symptom incidence through the cycle for all symptoms.”
They also found “pronounced” symptom variations during the menstrual cycle in women with asthma, and say the findings suggest women might need tailored medication regimes.
“Adjustment of asthma medication to the menstrual cycle may potentially improve the efficacy of asthma treatment and reduce disability and health costs related to asthma in women.”
Dr Macsali added: “Our results point to the potential for individualising therapy for respiratory diseases according to individual symptom patterns.
“Adjusting asthma medication, for example, according to a woman's menstrual cycle might improve its efficacy and help reduce disability and the costs of care.”
Dr Samantha Walker, of Asthma UK, said: “This research is really interesting, and could help women with asthma to manage their condition better.
“Asthma can be triggered by many different things, and this varies from person to person – but we always encourage people with asthma to be aware of things that trigger their symptoms so that they can take steps to control them.
“If women with asthma notice that their symptoms are worsening at key times of the month then they can take preventive measures such as having inhalers that are within date, working and contain enough doses of medicine to see them through the times when they are most affected.”

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Thursday, November 8, 2012

How to deal with pain in the case of financial problems

Coming out of consumer debt (car, credit card, student loans) was an extremely painful experience for me. In fact, I intentionally allowed it to be more painful than necessary by going through the process faster and cutting expenses more deeply. While yes, that’s bordering sadism, my goal was, and still is, to never go back in debt again…EVER!
Although this occurred years ago, I have no problem remembering that discouraging period vividly.
The sacrifices I made, the feelings I sometimes hurt by saying no, and the immense amount of work required to bring my freedom into fruition are all seared into my memory. In short, I am forever scarred by the experience, and that’s fine with me!
Here are 5 reasons why it is okay to feel financial pain.
Listen to the pain…it is teaching you something.
Pain is one of the slowest and most thorough teachers. It signals something is wrong and can be corrective. While it is tempting to try to rescue someone from his or her financial pain, it’s important not to look at circumstances in a vacuum. There are ramifications to our actions, and experiencing pain may be one’s only mechanism to learn what not to do.
This point isn’t an endorsement of pain as much as it is an acknowledgment that pain is sometimes one’s preferred method of learning. By “rescuing” such a person, you are actually doing two harmful things: you are often robbing him of learning a lesson that he may not get otherwise, and you are prolonging his dependency on you.
For example, when Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry was younger, her mother famously allowed her to stay at a homeless shelter temporarily in order to get her life together. Halle had moved out on her own and asked her mom for financial help for expenses. Her mom told her no: either come back home or figure it out. That’s exactly what Halle did and credits the difficult experience with making her “stronger” and teaching her resilience in any difficult situation.
Pain from Failure is Often Temporal
Halle’s experience illustrates a revelation that completely changed my outlook on failures a few years ago. It caused me to realize that very few failures are tragic. Additionally, it helped me separate a failing project or task from being a failure. The simple quote is:
Men don’t drown by being underwater, they drown by staying underwater.
In other words, you can get back up from failure. The important lesson is that you do not repeatedly make the same mistakes. By struggling through a difficult problem, you have the unique opportunity to acquire the wisdom from your missteps necessary to avoid the very behavior or decisions that resulted in failure. The old saying goes “insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly but expecting a different result.” Reasonable people learn their lessons and can go forward to have extraordinary success.
Failure is an Opinion
Not only is failure temporary, but it is also a matter of opinion. I always think of the irony in the number of prominent individuals worth over $10 million who have undergone severe financial pain. Many of us know the following financial experts and businesspeople for some of their significant achievements; however, all have gone through pronounced periods of financial ruin too: Dave Ramsey, Robert Kiyosaki, Donald Trump, and Suze Orman. I could go on, but the point is in addition to their previous failures being temporary, I firmly believe that working through their previous failures taught them some of the very lessons that fueled their current successes.
Those lessons include purchasing investments that are congruent with their risk tolerance and knowledge base, maintaining adequate liquidity, monitoring their financial ratios, structuring deals that limit their financial exposure to losses, and many other pearls of wisdom that you will find in their respective books.
Undoubtedly, they have all gone through some painful experiences and have multiple battle scars. I believe it was their struggles that qualified them for their present successes. If your “failure” taught you the lessons necessary to create a net worth in excess of $25 million, was the experience truly a failure? Was the pain worth the trouble?
Pain Unlocks Creativity
One of the most powerful examples of pain unlocking creativity rests in Tennyson’s story. Beloved playwright Alfred Tennyson developed a powerful bond with his close friend Arthur Hallam. They met in 1829 at Cambridge University when they were eighteen and nineteen. It only took them a few weeks before they were writing sonnets to each other and visiting each other’s homes for prolonged periods.
Sadly, Arthur died young; they had only been friends for four and a half years, and Arthur’s death literally destroyed Tennyson. For many years, Tennyson was melancholy and mourned the loss of his friend. He even confessed that he often wished he could die rather than continue to live without Arthur. Indeed, it took several years before Tennyson could even bear visiting Arthur’s grave.
He reconciled his deep feelings by writing a work that became known as In Memoriam. It explores questions of mourning, the essence of his lost friend, God, and nature. These poems are often cited as some of the greatest lyrical poetry ever written on grief.
No one wants to go through pain, but sometimes the creative voice is unmuzzled through pain and grief. Consider how many best-selling songs are born out of someone’s heartbreak. Consider what the world would be like if Oprah didn’t go through a very difficult and troubling childhood. How many high achievers were motivated by prior poverty?
Pain Serves as a Memorial
Your scars serve as a memorial allowing you to harness the power from painful experiences to yield extraordinary results. For instance popular fitness expert Jillian Michaels used to be an overweight child. I suspect this is part of what made her so effective on The Biggest Loser. She could personally empathize with the contestants’ situations because the memories of her own experiences were so decisive in who she became. Her drive to never go through her past pain again and to aid others in their journeys has propelled her to become one of today’s most powerful fitness brands.
Beneath the clothing and tough exterior, she wears the scars of someone who struggled with her weight and did something about it. Drawing on the memory of her pain serves as strength: strength to exercise when she doesn’t feel like it, to eat healthy when her taste buds would rather have something else, to look passed the tears of the contestants when they say they can’t do it because she knows victory is on the other side.
Never underestimate the power of an experience to shape your life and influence the world!
Pain and The Great Recession
Of course, one of the most recent painful memories for many is the “Great” Recession. This economic period is expected to have a profound and lasting effect on individuals in their 20s and 30s with respect to investing. Last year, a study indicated that people who grew up in the 1930s were almost three times less likely to invest in stock compared with those who reached adulthood during more pleasant times. Moreover, when younger people did invest, they allocated a smaller portion into stock. This difference in investing habits lasted until 20 to 30 years after the Depression was over.
Indeed, a recent Wells Fargo survey found that twenty-somethings are the least likely to believe among all age groups that stocks are the best place for investment gains and the most likely to place retirement savings in bank CDs over stocks. This strategy ignores long-term history: stocks have delivered an inflation-adjusted returns of 5.8% a year since World War II whereas cash and bonds have returned 0.4% and 1.8%, respectively. One challenge for people in this younger age demographic is balancing the desire for safety with the need for long term growth. There are other ways to decrease the risk that are better than outright market avoidance including: diversification, rebalancing, dollar cost averaging, etc. By avoiding the market (real estate or stock) rather than adopting a strategy that is congruent with their newfound risk tolerance, young people risk experiencing the pain of not having enough for retirement.
Closing Thoughts About Pain
Pain is certainly a slow and tough teacher, but if it is the way one learns, going through it can accelerate one’s breakthrough. If you only learn by hitting bottom, the faster you get there the sooner your salvation. With the struggle comes a radical increase in one’s confidence in one’s abilities, wisdom learned from struggles, and a scar that can serve as a powerful reminder to never go through that experience again. Pain can unleash one’s creativity in such a profound way that one’s voice will resonate with others facing challenging times and will serve as a comfort.
We spend an inordinate amount of time trying to prevent pain and hide scars; however, perhaps the focus should be on cherishing their gifts!


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Learn about the 5 tips for a healthier bedroom

We spend roughly a third of our lives in our bedrooms. So it's not surprising that the state of your boudoir can affect not just the quality of your sleep and your sex life (duh), but also your stress levels, your allergy symptoms, even your exposure to toxins.
Like a lot of us, I suffer from allergies, I don't sleep as well as I'd like, and I'm definitely always looking for ways to improve my health. So I invited five healthy-living pros — an allergist, a sleep doc, a green-lifestyle specialist, a stress expert, and a sex coach — into my house to assess the state of my bedroom. Read on for the surprising health and happiness hazards the experts uncovered, and their tips for turning my bedroom (and yours!) into a truly restorative retreat.
First visit: The allergist
Make mold history
My house was built in the 1880s and has suffered water damage over the years. One leak in particular is ongoing—no one can seem to fix it! And sure enough, there are telltale signs of mold on the walls, says David Fost, MD, an allergist and immunologist in Verona, New Jersey. It seems I'm living in the ideal breeding ground for all types of mold, from Aspergillus—the most common cause of respiratory disease—to Cladosporium, a fungus often involved in skin and nail infections. “They can aggravate typical allergy symptoms like stuffiness, wheezing, and skin and eye irritation,” Dr. Fost says. The remedy: We'll need to plug up the leak for good (if that's possible), clean the area with a bleach solution, and keep the humidity low (between 40 and 60 percent) by using a dehumidifier and/or an air conditioner (which also removes moisture from the air).
Say 'sayonara' to dust mites
Next on the hit list is dust mites, which excrete a protein in their feces that can trigger sneezing and a runny nose. You can't see them, but Dr. Fost knows they're there—mainly because I haven't taken any precautions to keep them out. “In humid areas like the Northeast, where we are, a mattress will double its weight in 10 years from dust mites,” Dr. Fost says. So I'm basically sleeping in bug poop. Nice. The fix is to use hypoallergenic encasements on my mattress and pillows (Dr. Fost recommends Mission: Allergy). I also need to wash my sheets weekly in hot water, lower the thermostat (to 68 degrees in winter), and again, keep humidity levels low. It will also help, he says, to use a HEPA-filter vacuum and to clean with microfiber cloths that trap dust instead of launching it into the air. The good news: Dr. Fost does approve of the area rug I have on the floor instead of allergen-trapping wall-to-wall carpeting. Phew.
Second visit: A sleep pro
Let there be less light
The first thing the sleep expert notes is that my near-transparent shades don't block out the moonlight—let alone streetlights at night. “Melatonin, a hormone that controls your sleep-wake cycle, is secreted at night in response to darkness,” explains Samuel L. Krachman, DO, director of the Sleep Disorders Center at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia. “Light interferes with its production, making it harder to fall into a deep, restful sleep.” In fact, two new studies suggest that exposure to light at night could affect not only your snooze quality but also your blood pressure, glucose levels, ability to regulate body temperature—even cancer risk. He suggests adding blackout curtains, or any opaque shade, to darken the room.
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Stop the log-sawing
My main sleep complaint, though, is my husband's snoring. Can Dr. Krachman help with that? His suggested fix: a sleep positioner—a belt with soft foam attachments that will keep my husband from sleeping on his back, which tends to bring on the snoring. For my part, I can wear earplugs and/or run a white-noise machine to dampen the sound.
So, did the tips help?
My first priority after the experts left was to move the electronics off my nightstand. I also cleared away the nostalgic photos and piles of magazines.
Since buying new curtains isn't our most urgent home-improvement need, I'm exploring what a darker room would feel like by donning a soft sleep mask instead. I actually think it helps me fall asleep faster. (Unfortunately, my husband has resisted trying the anti-snoring sleep positioner.)
My new pillow and mattress encasements are making the bed a bit crinkly, but I'm hoping they'll have me breathing easier. Finally, we've decided to have that pesky leak repaired for good. It'll be a big hassle (we'll have to rip out and replace the whole wall) and a major investment, but if it helps keep us healthy, it'll be worth it.
Third visit: The green expert
Detox your pillow
Horrified. That's the only word to describe the reaction of environmental-lifestyle expert Danny Seo when he spies my memory-foam pillow. He tells me that the petroleum-based synthetic foam my pillow is made of can emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that can cause headaches, nausea, eye and throat irritation, and may even contribute to asthma. A better bet would be a natural latex pillow made from rubber trees, he says. But if I'm wedded to the feel of the memory foam (which I am!), I should at least cover it with a 100 percent cotton pillow protector, which would reduce my toxic load.
Go low-tech
Seo is pleased that there's no TV in the room. But he urges me to move the cordless phone base station, laptop, and electric alarm clock off my night table because of the radio frequency electromagnetic fields
(EMFs) they emit. While the jury is out on the health impact of EMFs (some studies link them to a slightly higher risk of cancer; others have found no direct connection), why risk keeping these EMF sources next to my head all night long?
Fourth visit: The stress expert
Rethink clutter
Stress and trauma expert Barbara Rubel agrees that laptops and cell phones don't belong in the bedroom—but for another reason: They're potential stress-causers. So are the piles of material I need to read for work. My personal stress bugaboos are my husband's dresser-mess—a jumble of change and receipts—and the clothes he leaves on the floor. Rubel's first tip is to come up with an organizing solution that works for both of us. But she has a plan B: “If you can't change the system, reframe your thinking. What is positive about seeing your husband's jeans on the floor? It means he's here and he's healthy!” This idea hits home; my husband narrowly escaped the terrorist attacks on 9/11, so I do feel lucky to have him here — jeans on the floor and all.
Fifth visit: The sexpert
Nix mood-killers
My snuggly flannel comforter is deemed a liability by sex coach Amy Levine. “Cozy is not sexy,” she says. Also not sexy: family photos. I can see how the '70s-era picture of me, my sister, and my dad on my nightstand is not exactly libido-boosting. Another major no-no is lack of privacy—we have no locks on our door to keep out the kids!
Up the romance factor
Levine recommends adding items to my room that make me feel sexually confident and empowered. Though the specifics are different for everyone, she says, some suggestions include an inviting chair to use as an alternate lovemaking spot, fresh flowers, and sensual touching objects (think silk and feathers). We do have night table drawers for stashing “pleasure props.” Now if we could just lock the door, resist the siren song of the cozy comforter, and actually use those props!

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Exercising before breakfast gives you the chance to lose more weight

IF YOU are heading to the gym or pounding the pavements in the hope of losing weight, try to do it before you eat your breakfast.
Exercising before the first meal of the day is more effective than after it, a British study has found.
Not only does working up a sweat on an empty stomach burn off more body fat – helping you lose those extra inches around the waist – it also triggers a bigger reduction in artery-clogging blood fats.
Although the benefits of exercise are well-known, people have been unsure about whether it is better to do it on an empty stomach or a full one.
Dr Jason Gill, who conducted the research at Glasgow University, said that while exercise in itself is good, any done before breakfast may be extra beneficial, because it forces the body to rely on its stores of fat for energy.
“When people talk about losing weight, they really mean losing fat,” he added.
Ten men made three visits to his laboratory at the university’s Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, and were given breakfast each time.
On the first visit, the men didn’t do any exercise. On another, they did an hour’s brisk walk ahead of breakfast and on the third they did the walk after breakfast.
Those who exercised burnt off more fat than those who simply sat around. And those who did their walk before breakfast used up 33 per cent more fat than those who exercised after eating.
Tests revealed they also experienced a bigger drop in the blood fats that raise the risk of heart disease, the British Journal of Nutrition reports.
While the men only did a brisk walk, more strenuous activity can also be safely carried out on an empty stomach, Dr Gill added. This is because the body has enough reserves for about 90 minutes to two hours of exercise.
However, those who can’t bear the thought of delaying breakfast shouldn’t despair.
Dr Gill said: “The biggest difference is between doing nothing and doing something.
“If you are going to do something, then there is a slight advantage in doing it in a fasted state. But if you find you keel over because you can’t do exercise before you have your slice of toast, then do it afterwards. You are still going to get a huge benefit.”
Either way, however, weight loss will still likely be a slow process. Those who exercise before breakfast only burnt off around a tenth of a pound (approx. 45 grams) more fat than the men who had a relaxing morning.
Dr Gill said: “If they did an hour’s brisk walk every day for ten days or so, they would lose about a pound (.45kg), which is about as fast as you can really expect to lose weight.”

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Google Nexus 10 table is finally available at stores

The Google Nexus 10 table is finally available, giving tablet buyers a chance to try a mobile device that does have an Apple logo on it.
It won’t be long now until Google launches its Nexus 10. The company plans to offer the 16GB tablet on Nov. 13 for $399 in its Google Play store. Already, reviews are coming in discussing some of the device’s bright spots and shortcomings. Like every other slate on the market, including Apple’s iPads, the Nexus 10 isn’t perfect, reviewers say. However, it might be a worthwhile buy for at least some customers.
With that in mind, it’s a good time to discuss some of the Nexus 10’s highlights. Although it’s not as powerful as Apple’s fourth-generation iPad and lacks the 4G LTE service that customers would have liked to have seen, the Nexus 10 offers some nice features that can’t go overlooked. Plus, it’s being offered by Google, which immediately lends it a bit more credibility in tablet shoppers’ minds than a Barnes & Noble or Vizio model. Simply put, the Nexus 10 might actually have some nice things going for it.
So, let’s take an in-depth look at the Nexus 10 and highlight some of the features that make it a worthwhile choice for some consumers:
1. It has a bigger screen than the iPad
At its iPad Mini event, Apple touted the vastly increased screen real estate customers get 7.9-inch slate compared to those running with a 7-inch screen. Given that logic, wouldn’t Google’s 10-inch Nexus 10 then beat the fourth-generation iPad in terms of viewable space? Those who want a bigger screen and the ability to see more of a Web page or video might want to opt for Google’s tablet.
2. Who can have issue with that price?
Google’s Nexus 10 costs $399, making it $100 cheaper than Apple’s comparably equipped WiFi-only iPad. Better yet, Google’s slate is only $70 more expensive than Apple’s low-end iPad Mini. Given that spectrum, Google’s Nexus 10 looks awfully appealing.
3. It’s a natural choice for Android devotees
There are many customers out there that only like the default versions of Android. For those folks, the Nexus 10 is an ideal choice. The tablet runs the standard Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), complete with an improved interface and multiple user support. Other vendors deliver Android versions that are modified from the default option. Google doesn’t. And for many folks, that’s a good thing.
4. More pixels per inch than the big iPad
Google was quick to point out that its Nexus 10 comes with over 300 pixels per inch, besting the iPad’s 264 pixels per inch. What that means is the Nexus 10 will theoretically deliver better video and image quality than Apple’s option. Whether customers will be able to see a major difference, however, remains to be seen.
5. MIMO WiFi is a nice addition
The Multiple-input, Multiple-output (MIMO) WiFi built into the Nexus 10 is something that should be considered when deciding on the device’s value. With MIMO, the tablet can handle more bandwidth throughput than customers would typically find on a wireless-G network. It’s able to do that with wireless-N support. Granted, it would be better to have LTE support, but since it doesn’t, this is the next best thing.
6. Multiple user sign-on
As noted, Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) comes with support for multiple users. That’s a boon for Android customers that are frustrated by Apple’s lack of support for that feature. Upon clicking a user’s photo, all of their individual preferences and personal profile will pop up on the Nexus 10. When done, another person can sign on and get on their profile.
7. Google app integration
Google has done a fine job of bolstering its many services to increase the overall value and usability of its products. The Nexus 10 takes advantage of that with built-in support for everything from Gmail to Google’s eBook marketplace. Customers that love Google services will adore the Nexus 10.
8. The Google Play store is growing
In addition, Google’s Nexus 10 will come with support for the Google Play store. In that marketplace, Google continually adds applications supporting Android devices. Google’s marketplace is currently closing in on Apple’s app tally of 800,000 programs and could hit one million by next year. Look for the Nexus 10 to take advantage of that.
9. Near-field communication with Android Beam
Near-field communication support is arguably the biggest omission in any Apple products. However, the technology is available in the Nexus 10, allowing users to wirelessly transmit data from one Android-based device to another. Near-field communication might still be in its infancy, but it makes using devices much easier.
10. The design isn’t so bad
Google’s Nexus 10 won’t win any awards for elegant design, but that doesn’t really matter. For the price and feature set, the design, which includes a black bezel and rounded corners, gets the job done. Apple might still be winning on design, but for overall functionality and usability, it’s hard to not like what Google’s offering in the Nexus 10.


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