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+ Iuuoɔǝut+'s Blog – March 2013 Archive (54)

The Ghazi Mystery

Defence 1971 INDO-PAK WAR 



The Ghazi Mystery



With the release of pictures of the Ghazi, the submarine whose sinking tilted the 1971 war in favour of India, the debate on what caused the blast on board the Pakistani vessel is renewed



By Sandeep Unnithan



December 4, 1971: The first rays of dawn had just illuminated Vizag harbour when Lieutenant Sridhar More steered the INS Akshay…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 31, 2013 at 7:26am — 7 Comments

What Is The Best Non-Prescription Eyelash Enhancer?

What Is The Best Non-Prescription Eyelash Enhancer?

What Is The Best Non-Prescription Eyelash Enhancer?

Eyelash enhancers are the latest beauty trend these days, and cosmetic companies everywhere are launching products that promise to give women longer, fuller, and darker lashes without the fuss of mascara or false lashes.  But, with all these options, it’s hard to know what really works and what doesn’t.

Luckily, there are reputable beauty sites out there…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 30, 2013 at 7:26am — 8 Comments

10 facts about butterflies

There are more fascinating facts about this cute and colorful winged-creature.

They are cute. They are beautiful. They are colorful and they fly in your garden. Beautiful winged-creatures adding a touch of beauty to your garden but there’s more about them that only few people know and this list shares some of the interesting facts about these butterflies.





1. Butterflies can only see…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 30, 2013 at 7:18am — 8 Comments

Urgent First Aid Tips

Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 30, 2013 at 7:10am — 6 Comments

FIVE FACTS ABOUT ROUNDWORMS......



Roundworms frequently invade the intestines, skin, eyes and other body tissues.



Many species of nematodes, or roundworms, commonly infect humans. Varying in length from less than one-tenth of an inch to more than three feet, roundworms cause an array of human diseases with broad-ranging severity. The Merck Manual for Healthcare…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 29, 2013 at 7:38am — 11 Comments

Seafood safety tips....

This section describes food safety issues associated with naturally occurring parasites that could be associated with certain types of seafood products. Information on how to select and handle seafood products to avoid foodborne illness is provided.

All living organisms, including fish, can have parasites. Parasites are a natural occurrence, not contamination. They are as common in fish as insects are in fruits and vegetables. Parasites do not present a health…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 29, 2013 at 7:33am — 17 Comments

What is liver fluke???

Infection by the liver fluke parasite is a major health concern for millions of people, specifically those living in the Far East, Eastern Europe, and Southeast Asia. In addition, because of the large amount of travel between countries, liver fluke infection is becoming more prominent in areas where the disease has not previously been found, such as in North America. There are several kinds of medical conditions that people infected by the parasite may experience,…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 29, 2013 at 7:29am — 13 Comments

The Causes of Ozone Depletion

The Causes of Ozone Depletion

Scientific evidence indicates that stratospheric ozone is being destroyed by a group of manufactured chemicals, containing chlorine and/or bromine. These chemicals are called "ozone-depleting substances" (ODS).

ODS are very stable, nontoxic and environmentally safe in the lower atmosphere, which is why they became so…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 29, 2013 at 7:17am — 11 Comments

Effects of Radiation on the Human Body

Effects of Radiation on the Human Body

Radiation effects on the body

Click on a number to learn about the effects of radiation on the body

(1) Hair

The losing of hair quickly and in clumps occurs with radiation exposure at 200 rems or higher.

(2) Brain

Since brain cells do not reproduce, they won't be damaged directly unless the exposure is…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 29, 2013 at 7:09am — 9 Comments

Top 10 popular Chinese dishes on foreigners' tables

Chinese food, considered to be the biggest cultural exchange between China and other countries, is famous for its colors, aromatic flavors and the variety of its regional cuisines and ingredients. The following ten dishes are each unique in their own way yet they all have exquisite flavors, wonderful presentations and deep cultural meanings.

    Fried Shrimps with Cashews(腰果虾仁)

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 28, 2013 at 7:50am — 4 Comments

Tips to Quit Smoking habbit

QUIT SMOKING 

FOR GOOD

With the time for New Year's resolutions quickly approaching, is the goal to quit smoking on the top of your list? Whether it's your first try to kick the habit or a repeated attempt, studies show that up to 50 percent of people who vow to quit…
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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 28, 2013 at 7:34am — 7 Comments

10 Diet tips to lower cholesterol

HEART-HEALTHY 

DIET TIPS

Are you one of the over 100 million Americans with high cholesterol and are looking to lower it through dietary means? There are certainly foods you should avoid, particularly fried foods and foods high in trans or saturated fat, but there are also many foods that can change your cholesterol for the better. Here are 10 diet tips to lower…
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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 28, 2013 at 7:23am — 9 Comments

REDUCE YOUR RISK

REDUCE YOUR RISK

Though you may associate heart disease with getting older, the American Heart Association recommends that you start assessing your risk factors and taking preventative steps as early as your 20s. You can't change risk factors such as age, gender, race and heredity, but you can do something about the following seven risk factors related to lifestyle.…
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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 28, 2013 at 7:00am — 7 Comments

World's oldest woman Besse Cooper dies at 116 in Georgia nursing home

World's oldest woman Besse Cooper dies at 116 in Georgia nursing home

Jessica Mcgowan / Guinness World Records

Besse Cooper celebrates her 116th…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 27, 2013 at 7:59am — 12 Comments

Interesting facts about the hummingbirds:

Interesting facts about the hummingbirds: 

bullet the hummingbird is the smallest bird and also the…
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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 27, 2013 at 7:25am — 14 Comments

blue crabs...............

Photo: Underwater view of a blue crab

The blue crab is so named because of its sapphire-tinted claws. Its shell, or carapace, is actually a mottled brownish color, and mature females have red highlights on the tips of their pincers.

Prized by humans for their sweet, tender meat, these wide-ranging, ten-legged crustaceans are among the most heavily harvested creatures on the planet. Their scientific name, Callinectes sapidus, means "savory beautiful swimmer."…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 26, 2013 at 7:47am — 13 Comments

Snow crab facts...

Photo of a Snow Crab Retrieved from http://www.afsc.noaa.gov/

  Fun Facts!

"Just let me know if those crabs wont share the butter with you. They have been known to be a little shellfish!"

  • The legal size…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 26, 2013 at 7:30am — 13 Comments

10 Unknown Facts of King Cobra

1. King Cobra – the largest venomous snakes, it can reach a length of 6 meters.

10 Unknown Facts of King Cobra (10)

2. Despite its name,  this cobra is not the case and forms a separate genus.

10 Unknown Facts of King Cobra (9)

3. King Cobra – the only snake that eats…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 25, 2013 at 7:46am — 12 Comments

Skin Cancer Facts

Skin Cancer Facts

What is the skin?

The skin is the largest organ of the body. It covers the internal organs and protects them from injury; serves as a barrier between germs, such as bacteria, and internal organs; and prevents the loss of too much fluid. The skin helps control body temperature and get rid of some wastes. Certain cells in the skin communicate with the brain and allow temperature, touch, and pain sensations.

How many people get skin…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 24, 2013 at 9:30am — 5 Comments

5 Deadliest Killer Ant Species in the World

Few people know that ants have a real ability to kill and heavily influence the environment around them. They are one of the most successful species of organisms on the entire planet, having adapated to varying climates and locations in nearly all seven continents. Some have even evolved to develop wings.

The secret to success lies in numbers – huge numbers. Out of the 12,000 species of ants currently classified, these five make it to the top for being  the deadliest…

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Added by + Iuuoɔǝut+ on March 24, 2013 at 9:17am — 5 Comments

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