Assam is the north east of India. This is one of the most beautiful regions of India where history unites with myths and religion, impressive gifts of nature come in the shape of wooded hills and valley and the mountains. The Assam tourist places are stunning scenery and rare wildlife combine with a vibrant culture and soul magnificent pilgrimages. For more info:
Nationally-recognized and long-standing sports announcer Jerry Punch, M.D., is teaming up with Men’s Health Network and Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc., a subsidiary of Endo International plc (NASDAQ: ENDP) (TSX: ENL), to launch “Ask About the Curve,” a new educational campaign designed to raise awareness of Peyronie’s disease. Peyronie’s disease is a little-known men’s health condition that can occur during midlife or later. And, while the disease is physical in nature, the impact may also be psychological and could possibly hold men back from talking about it.
Peyronie’s disease, or “PD,” is a condition that can cause curvature of the penis that could be painful during arousal and intimacy. It can affect as many as one in 10 men worldwide, but diagnosis rates remain low because men with PD may be too uncomfortable to speak up and get help. Together with Endo and Men’s Health Network, Dr. Punch is encouraging men who think they might have PD to face their challenge head on by starting the conversation with their doctor.
“As a sports commentator, I’ve witnessed thousands of men on the court, on the field and on the racetrack in their physical prime – cool, confident and thriving in the face of challenge. But, as a licensed physician, I’ve seen how this bravado can turn to embarrassment – even isolation – when that challenge becomes personal or intimate,” said Dr. Punch. “Often, men feel too awkward to talk about issues like Peyronie’s disease, even with a doctor. And while it may seem tough, it’s important that any man with PD see a doctor, and ask about the curve. Starting the conversation is the first step to getting help.”
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We are turning back time, letting nature decide where the bottle will end up, says explorer Jarle Andhøy. He believes the 26 feet and 2.5 ton wonder might follow the path of Thor Heyerdahl’s RA-expedition and end up in Barbados.
On Solo.no people can follow the high-tech phenomena’s crossing of the Atlantic and guess where the bottle ends up. The winner receives a bottle of Solo per nautical mile the bottle drifts, which should amount to several thousand bottles.
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Toughness and the wilds of nature! Roaring engines and a trip into the unknown in the true sense of the word! The Dakar Rally offers everything to get the heart of an adventurer beating faster. And in a few weeks it's again happening on the South American continent. We show the pressures the drivers must come to terms with in this mega-rally, and how they prepare for them!
A Primal Wisdom, 2d. Ed. Explains why finding the asymmetric balance or sweet spot between cooperative behavior and competitive behavior is the key to resolving issues, and the key for setting the best course for any social, economic or political system, and for achieving the highest and best level of operation of the system. This is so because it is natural. John Forbes Nash applied the co-opetition concept to Game Theory in business. Years before that, your author V. Frank Asaro coined the word co-opetition and applied the theory universally. Find out more at http://www.bettieyoungsbooks.com/authors/FrankAsaro/apw.htm Non-fiction, self-help, political philosophy
Responding to consumer demand for products made with natural ingredients, Pepsi-Cola North America Beverages announced today that it was transforming Sierra Mist, its popular lemon-lime soda, into Sierra Mist Natural. A recent study by the Hartman Group confirmed the demand for natural, revealing that the majority of Americans say natural is an important driver of food and beverage choices they make for themselves and their families.
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THE EXTERMINATORS, premiering Wednesday, Feb. 4 at 10:30pm ET/PT on AandE, follows Billy Bretherton and his family who make up Vexcon, one of Louisiana’s busiest pest removal companies. For more information, visit http://www.aetv.com/the-exterminators
When traveling to San Francisco California, one of the things that you can do is go to ocean beach and enjoy the waves before the sunrises, then listen to the sounds of nature as the sun comes up. 3msucces give you a taste of that experience in this video. 3msuccess likes before the Sunrise at ocean beach with msuccess in San Francisoc california
General Mills announced today that by the end of 2020, oat farms that supply oats for Honey Nut Cheerios will host approximately 3,300 total acres of dedicated flower-rich pollinator habitat. It takes about 60,000 acres of oats to make Honey Nut Cheerios products each year. More than two thirds of the crops used to feed people, accounting for 90 percent of the world’s nutrition, are pollinated by bees.1 Flower-rich habitat is critical in helping maintain the nutritional health of bees and the continued supply of crops that we depend on for food. Without bees and other pollinators, food as we know it would be forever changed.
Bees have experienced an unprecedented scale of habitat loss with more than 9 million acres of grass and prairie land converted to crop land since 2008.2 Although Honey Nut Cheerios famous spokesbee, Buzz Bee, and his honey bee friends may not be in danger of extinction like some other pollinators, in the interest of protecting our food supply, Honey Nut Cheerios is committed to helping all pollinators thrive through the planting of these habitats.
“Pollinator habitats are one of the most effective solutions in ensuring bees get the daily nutrition they need,” said Dr. Marla Spivak, a world-renowned bee scholar at the University of Minnesota who has been collaborating with General Mills on this initiative. “Every day, 4,000 species of North American bees are traveling from flower to flower, shopping for the variety of good nutrition they need in order to thrive. My hope is this partnership between farmers, the Xerces Society and General Mills will not only beautify the North American countryside with vibrant wildflowers, but also help the bees we all rely on so much get back on their own six feet!”
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