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What is the treatment for fibromyalgia?

Specific treatment for fibromyalgia will be determined by your doctor based on:
  • Your age, overall health, and medical history
  • Extent of the condition
  • Your tolerance for specific medications, procedures, and therapies
  • Expectation for the course of the condition
  • Your opinion or preference
Although there's no cure for fibromyalgia, the disease can often be successfully managed with proper treatment, as fibromyalgia doesn't cause damage to tissues. Treatment may include:
  • Anti-inflammatory medications (to relieve pain and improve sleep)
  • Duloxetine (Cymbalta), pregabalin (Lyrica), and milnacipran (Savella), which are medications that are approved specifically for treating fibromyalgia
  • Antidepressants
  • Other painkillers
  • Exercise and physical therapy (to stretch muscles and improve cardiovascular fitness)
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Heat treatments
  • Occasional cold applications
  • Massage

Monday, December 9, 2013


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Friday, December 6, 2013

World mourns Nelson Mandela-2013

South Africans light candles outside Nelson Mandela's home in Johannesburg on December 6, 2013

World mourns Nelson Mandela-2013

An outpouring of emotion is being witnessed across the globe as news of Nelson Mandela's passing away has spread. Here are some pictures courtesy AFP

This picture shows a framed image of former South African president Nelson Mandela as people pay tributes following his death, in Johannesburg on December 6, 2013. Nelson Mandela, the revered icon of South Africa's anti-apartheid struggle and a towering figure of 20th century politics, died on December 5, aged 95

Sunday, December 1, 2013

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Thursday, November 21, 2013

When the new job feels like a big mistake

Maite Nieto thought the job she was offered at a bank in Madrid would be a great career move. The position would be a step up: working as a financial analyst for a bank in her home country. But almost immediately after starting the job, Nieto, who had been working as an energy and commodities specialist in Geneva, realized that the new position was not the right fit.

“Although the team was amazing and people were just great, the job itself was just not for me,” Nieto said. Rather than working in a front office interacting with people — her specialty — most of her time was spent with minimal human interaction.

Six weeks in, Nieto gave her notice.
People remember how you leave, not how you started

At some point in most people’s professional lives, it happens: you take a job and almost immediately realize something isn’t right. Perhaps the job isn’t what you expected or is much different from how it had been described.

Cooling-off period

If you’re waffling and just aren’t sure if the position is right for you, then don’t immediately jump ship, according to Doug Schade, principal consultant at WinterWyman, a Massachusetts-based executive recruiting firm. Schade usually suggests giving yourself 100 days or three months in the position.

“I have found before that point, no matter the strength of the employee, there is always a steep learning curve,” he said. “It's tough to make such a critical assessment as whether to stay or leave on such limited data.”

New employees shouldn’t be nervous about talking to their supervisors regarding their concerns. “A manager is not a mind reader, and in my experience, they want to know what someone is feeling,” said Schade. “Without hearing from an employee, they aren't in a position to change what may be impacting their ability to ramp up.” However, if the issue is related to dynamics with your manager, first take some time “to assess whether this is short lived or could be the norm.”

Best exit possible

Giving the situation some time is a good strategy if you believe that there is a decent chance you can make the job work. But once you make the firm decision to leave, the sooner you give your notice the better, according to Kristi Hedges, a Virginia-based executive coach and author of The Power of Presence.

“It takes an enormous investment of time, money and energy to get a new employee integrated — from benefits to training to team acclimation. It's better for everyone if you exit the company with the least amount of investment in you,” she said. “Your employer may be shocked at first. But when the dust settles, experienced employers know that sometimes it's just not a fit.”

It’s not just about when you leave — but the grace with which you do it, according to Hedges.

“People remember how you leave, not how you started. Once you've decided to move on, dig in and do your best work,” she said.

Depending on the situation, you may be able to continue working until you find a new position or the company finds someone else to take your position. In the meantime, start looking for a new job. As most human resource professionals will tell you, it’s easier to find a job when you are gainfully employed.

“Understand and keep in mind what is motivating you to stay in a job you hate — whether it's money, health insurance, hours or location,” said SHRM’s O’Brien.

Today, Nieto works independently as a leadership coach. She said that her negative experience at the bank gave her the push she needed to venture out on her own, something she had always dreamed about doing. “I thank the bank for giving me the opportunity to see that this world was no longer for me,” she said. “I am working more hours and harder, but [I am] happy.”

Networking: Not just who you know

If you think networking is all about meeting new people to get a new job or find new business opportunities, you have the wrong idea.

That vision of networking as selling is outdated, said networking expert Julia Hobsbawm, who runs Editorial Intelligence, a London-based firm that hosts events to introduce interesting people to one another. Instead, think of networking as a way to deepen your connection with others.

Offer your contacts more than just information about job openings at your company or tips on how to sell to your purchasing manager. Instead, share more interesting knowledge: big trends in your industry, a tip on the year’s best snowboarding video, or which book to read for the most informed take on Somali pirates.

Her goal is to demystify the networking process and get people to be more productive by using their connections to learn new things. The problem, she said, is that few people feel comfortable networking.
Networking expert Julia Hobsbawm (Image: David Parry)

Cocktail parties, a typical place to meet new people, are among the most difficult environments for making connections, she said, because “everybody feels shy and awkward.” It’s hard to find something to chat about. And other than the friend, school, or charity that brought you together, you have no idea what you have in common with the people you encounter.

An easier way is to meet people at “curated” events, where attendees are carefully selected, such as a friend’s dinner party or an industry working group. Talk about your interests and find out what interests other person, explained Hobsbawm. Then see if you can do anything for one another, or if you can make an introduction to another person in your professional circle.

“A great networker is someone who helps people connect with others,” Hobsbawm said.

Hobsbawm recommends in-person meetings, which allow you to more quickly and easily decide whether you trust or like someone.

“You get a completely different read from me in person versus by phone, email or Skype,” she said.

Hobsbawm ran a public-relations firm in London before starting her networking business a decade ago. She was named Honorary Visiting Professor in Networking at City University London’s Cass Business School in 2011, making her the world’s first professor of networking, she said.

Her approach focuses on making deeper connections, rather than frantically trying to network with everyone you meet. She advocates sticking to what’s known as Dunbar’s number: 150 people in your core network. More than this and you don’t really know them well.

Although most people feel uncomfortable with new acquaintances, Hobsbawm suggests approaching networking the way you think about fitness.

Invest in your network the way you would spend money on a gym membership and time running on a treadmill, she said. Make a point to have coffee with co-workers or friends more often. Read more to give yourself something to discuss and hone in on subjects in which you are particularly interested.

If you don’t think you’re interesting enough to attract new friends or connections, you might consider taking a networking course. There are many options: business training company General Assembly offers one in London called The Nuts and Bolts of Networking and Cass Business School has a class called Connecting for Success. And start thinking of yourself as a person who has something to offer others.

“It’s not just about who I know, it’s about what I know,” Hobsbawm said.

Y chromosome: Why men contribute so little

They condensed all the genetic information normally found on a mouse's Y chromosome to just two genes.

Their study, in the journal Science, showed the male mice could still father babies, albeit needing advanced IVF.
Scientists have practically obliterated the ultimate symbol of maleness in DNA, the Y chromosome, and believe they may be able to do away with it completely.

The team in Hawaii argues that the findings could one day help infertile men with a damaged Y chromosome.

DNA is bundled into chromosomes.

In most mammals, including humans, one pair act as the sex chromosomes.

Inherit an X and Y from your parents and you turn out male, get a pair of Xs and the result is female.

Two genes 'enough'
X and Y chromosomes
A human X and Y chromosome
"The Y chromosome is a symbol of maleness," lead researcher Professor Monika Ward told the BBC.

In mice, the Y chromosome normally contains 14 distinct genes, with some present in up to a hundred copies.

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This is a great step forward in understanding basic biology”

Dr Chris Tyler-Smith
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
The team at the University of Hawaii showed that genetically modified mice with a Y chromosome consisting of just two genes would develop normally and could even have babies of their own.

Prof Ward commented: "These mice are normally infertile, but we show it is possible to get live offspring when the Y chromosome is limited to just two genes by using assisted reproduction."

The mice could only produce rudimentary sperm. But they could have offspring with the help of an advanced form of IVF, called round spermatid injection, which involves injecting genetic information from the early sperm into an egg.

Global launch for Microsoft Xbox One console

Microsoft's Xbox One game console went on sale in the UK at midnight.

About 300 game shops and 100 Tesco stores across the UK stayed open so gamers could buy the device.

Microsoft held launch events in London, New York and Los Angeles to mark the arrival of the successor to the Xbox 360.

The launch comes a week after the US launch of Sony's PlayStation 4 and sees the two start their fight for dominance during the key Christmas season.
The BBC's Rory Cellan-Jones reports on the gaming battle between PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

No advantage
Although the PS4 launched first in the US, it will not go on sale in the UK and Europe until 29 November. By contrast the Xbox One went on sale in 13 countries on Friday, 22 November. Neither console is set to be available in Japan until 2014.

Marc Whitten - and chief producer officer, Xbox One, told the BBC Microsoft had experienced an unprecedented number of pre-orders for the Xbox, far exceeding those of the Xbox 360. "I feel very very good about where we are. Today's launch is just the beginning of an amazing journey."

Launches are typically staggered so console makers keep manufacturing costs down, to give makers time to translate content into different languages, and to ensure deals covering what media can be seen on the gadget are in place.

In the UK the Xbox One is expected to cost about £429 (514 euros) and the PlayStation 4 £349 (418 euros).

The more expensive Xbox includes a bundled Kinect sensor that does a better job of spotting movement and hearing sounds than the first generation of the device.

Microsoft also has ambitions for its console to act as a hub for anything seen on a TV, and the device can act as a controller for cable and satellite set-top boxes. Microsoft's Skype net calling system is also integrated into the device. takes Nissan GT-R Nismo round a track

2015 Nissan GT-R Nismo
(Nissan North America)

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Monday, November 18, 2013

Diamond is 45.42 carats

The Hope Diamond is 45.42 carats and is located at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington.The diamond looks blue in color to the naked eye because of the number of traces of boron in the crystal structure but it shines a red phosphor under ultraviolet light. Though the price of this diamond is unknown, it is estimated to be worth more than $200 million.

Diamonds that rock: In pictures

  • From elegant bracelets to dazzling tiaras, these pieces of diamond jewellery are sure to take your breath away. And they could be yours, if you have a few million to spare.
  • This rose gold necklace has a 407 carat yellow egg-sized diamond. Considered to be the world's most expensive necklace, it costs $55 million.
  • The Princie diamond is an intense pink cusion-cut diamond that is said to have been discovered three centuries back. It was sold for $39.3 million. It is said to have originated fron the Royal family of Hyderabad. It weighs 34.65 carats.
  • The Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond is a cushion-cut fancy deep grayish blue diamond that weighs 35.56 carats. It was purchased for $22 million by Laurence Graff in 2008. The diamond is said to have its origins from the Kollur mines in Andhra Pradesh.
  • This emerald and diamond tiara, circa 1900, formerly in the collection of Princess Katharina Henckel von Donnersmarck, was for $12.7 million in 2011. It has a row of 11 rare Colombian pear-shaped emeralds weighing 500 carats.

Diamonds that rock: In pictures

This unmounted heart-shaped D colour diamond was sold for $11 million in 2011. It was originally cut from Cullinan Diamonds and has been referred to as 'Love at first sight'.

Saturday, November 16, 2013

A True Father's Love in Photos!

As any photographer will tell you, the best photos come from those photographers who truly appreciate and love the subject they are shooting. Nothing can be more true for celebrated Japanese photorapher Yoyokazu Nagano, as he takes photos of his adorable, 4 year old daughter. Her natural charm and his skill with the camera make for an enchanting series of photos that will make any parent glow.

Even though every photo has props in it - piano, plush panda - it is the cute girl herself, Kanna, and her facial expressions, that truly make this an exceedingly fun series

30 Truly Creative Ways To Light Up Your Home

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  • At Your Command. Position the mannequins any way you want to get the right amount of light where you want it. 

  • Nixie Tube Thermometer. This is a DIY light slash thermometer that displays Fahrenheit, Celsius, Kelvin (heaven knows why), and humidity.
  • Hulk Hand. Hulk Smash… and light up your room!
  • BANG! Shoot ‘em up carries a different meaning here. The gun turns the lights on and off. Just aim and pull the remote-control trigger.
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Uncle Milton Moon In My Room. Fancy having the moon in your room?

This is in reference to my accident Policy Claim

As Now I have received Fitness Certificate from Doctor on 29April 2009 here are my documents of my treatment

  • MRI Report

  • Hospital Admit /Discharge Prescription

  • X-ray Report

  • Fitness Certificate of  Doctor

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Sir Iam extremely sorry due to my treatment

I went for my regular  knee check up to hospital on 23rd may 2009 and doctor scold me and gave me final warning about my knee that I am giving attention to my knee

Seating 9hours in office has put me in problem I have got 30days time in which I can improve my knee after that doctor is not responsible .(doctor told to choose one thing give 9 hours to job or look after knee)

Hence from today onwards I will come half day from 8.30am to 1 pm

Doctor has asked me to come hospital daily at 1.30pm to 3pm for psychotherapy excise after excise I don’t have the capacity to come back office and work

Sir Iam extremely sorry due to my treatment iam not able to come regularly to office .

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