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Top 10 Places Already Affected by Climate Change

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Top 10 Places Already Affected by Climate Change


Climate scientists may still be debating to what extent climate change is going to translate into stronger and more frequent hurricanes, but insurance companies aren't waiting for the final answer. The 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons, which included Hurricane Katrina and multiple landfalls in Florida, sent the industry reeling. More than 5.6 million claims paid out $81 billion.

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Health camp in USA

A nice video of "Health Camp" for "uninsured people" and people who can't afford health care in USA.Health Camp was run for 3 days in Southwest Virgina and focus
was more on Dental and Eye check up.
The most amazing part is thousands of people came for dental care as they can't
afford it.




Medical Mnemonic

A nice site for Medical Mnemonic.
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Anatomy learning site

One of the best site for Medical students and docs.
clipped from thinkanatomy.com


We know you don't have precious study time to waste searching for good anatomy resources online. That's why we're collecting links to some of the best anatomy resources on the Internet for you.

Start by choosing a category below or browse through some of the recent additions to get started.

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Needle-Free Injection Invented

Article taken from news.nationalgeographic.com

VIDEO: Needle-Free Injection Invented

September 25, 2008—Needle-free syringes use air pressure or gases to deliver drugs, and a Japanese inventor says he's gone even further to cut costs and improve efficiency.
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Fewer US med students choosing primary care

As fewer med students are choosing primary care and Internal medicine as a career, these places are being occupied by IMG(Internal medical graduates).
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Fewer US med students choosing primary care

Only 2 percent of graduating medical students say they plan to work in primary care internal medicine, raising worries about a looming shortage of the first-stop doctors who used to be the backbone of the American medical system.

Just 2 percent of nearly 1,200 fourth-year students surveyed planned to work in primary care internal medicine, according to results published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. In a similar survey in 1990, the figure was 9 percent.

Family medicine had the lowest average salary last year, $186,000, and the lowest share of residency slots filled by U.S. students, 42 percent. Orthopedic surgery paid $436,000, and 94 percent of residency slots were filled by U.S students.

"Primary care is holding steady but only because of international medical school graduates,"
as American students lose interest, teaching hospitals will probably become less interested in offering primary care programs
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Individualism Vs Collectivism

This is a nice article about the "Individual values" of the Western society and "collective values" of eastern society.
Western societies are more rich and prosperous and emphasize more on "individual values and privacy and rights" on the other hand Eastern societies emphasize more on group effort.

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one of the most striking is the divide between the societies with an individualist mentality and the ones with a collectivist mentality.

Americans are more likely to see categories. Asians are more likely to see relationships.

You can create a global continuum with the most individualistic societies — like the United States or Britain — on one end, and the most collectivist societies — like China or Japan — on the other.

The individualistic countries tend to put rights and privacy first

Either way, individualistic societies have tended to do better economically.

But what happens if collectivist societies snap out of their economic stagnation?

A new sort of global conversation develops.

The rise of China isn’t only an economic event. It’s a cultural one. The ideal of a harmonious collective may turn out to be as attractive as the ideal of the American Dream.

It’s certainly a useful ideology for aspiring autocrats.

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The world's first billion dollar home-by Indian

The worlds first billion dollar home is being built by Mukesh ambani, 5th richest man of the world(Lakshmi mittal is 4rd and his brother Anil ambani is 6th richest man).

The uniqueness about this 27 story building is that "non of the floors will be same, rather each one will be different in design and even the materials used for the floor".
This article is taken from www.forbes.com
Check out the video, although its not quality-HERE
Read full story in forbes.com-Here
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In Pictures: Inside The World's First Billion-Dollar Home

Nine elevators dot the lobby floor: Two are designated for parking areas, three for guest quarters, two for the Ambani family residences and two for service. The lobby opens to numerous lounges, reception areas and powder rooms. Dual stairways lead from the lobby floor down to the ballroom, which is designed in an open layout with a two-story roof.

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The most striking features of the Antilla ballroom are the crystal chandeliers that will take up approximately 80% of the ceiling. The silver stairways lead to a central landing, behind which two retractable doors can open to display works of art. There is also a stage for entertainment or speeches, with a projection screen behind it. A kitchen, about the same size as the ballroom itself, can service hundreds of guests.

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While visiting New York in 2005, Nita Ambani was in the spa at the Mandarin Oriental New York, overlooking Central Park.

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10 Volunteer Opportunities For Free Travel

This article is taken from matador.org and the original
link is -HERE
(where u can find in detail about the opportunities.
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10 Volunteer Opportunities For Free Travel

There are many reasons to volunteer while you’re traveling and there are literally thousands of charities and organizations that look for help from passing travelers.

1. WWOOF (Willing Workers on Organic Farms), Worldwide
2. Turtle Teams, Worldwide
www.seaturtles.org and www.cccturtle.org.
3.Conservation Volunteers, Australia and New Zealand
4.Sudan Volunteer Programme, Sudan
5.Appalachian Trail Conference, USA
6.Trip Leader for HF Holidays, Europe
7.Help Exchange, Worldwide
8.Peace Corps, Worldwide
9.United Nations Volunteers, Worldwide
10.Kibbutz Volunteer, Israel -
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Vivid medical animation

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Straightens your teeth in months, not years

New case study done at USC School of dentistry shows that straightening of teeth can be done in an accelerated way in months.
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procedure known as PAOO, short for Periodontally Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics.

With this technique, a periodontist or oral surgeon uses special instruments to score the bone that holds the teeth in place and then applies bone graft material over the grooves. The procedure is done under local anesthetic in the dental office.
Accelerated orthodontics is gaining popularity as a way for patients, particularly adults with mature bones, to speed up the time it takes to straighten misaligned bites and fix crowded teeth.
The cost for accelerated orthodontics typically ranges from $10,000 to $15,000, depending on the course of treatment.

However, he added, the benefits were impressive: In eight months, Chang’s overbite and crowded teeth were a thing of the past.
“It would have taken about two years to do this with traditional orthodontics,” Chang said.
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