Showing posts with label health care. Show all posts
Showing posts with label health care. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Watch the best video of Cebu's ARCHON 2014, it is an annual gathering of cosplayers, gamers and

hobbyist.  The event was attended by hundreds of cosplayers and gamers, it was full of fun.   Every ARCHON photographers and videographers are also joining the event. And one well-known Cosplay Film-maker who is always on his trade-mark making fighting-ish cosplay music video with Japanese theme on it, Artworks of Scanhead.  Watch his cosplay video rendition of "Decision by One Ok Rock"!

Thursday, October 23, 2014

playing cats

Watch this amazing cats playing hide and seek, very funny and very cute to watch.  Seems that they do enjoying their moments together and just playing around.  So try to gather your own cats and make them play around like what we humans do.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

This is a real funny scene that I found on facebook and Youtube, I would say that this is one of the funniest local games being held in the Philippines and in some other countries.  I am not sure how these kids ended up doing the Face licking contest, but as what you see everybody is having fun and for sure the kids also had a good time. 

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Watch the popular singers that made us loved the song Wrecking Ball! Mommy D nailed the song that sent us to a  laughing spree when she sang the song at Vice Ganda's show.  Lyca who became famous when she won awards on the The Voice Kids Philippines made a good job when she performed the song, Wrecking Ball in Mommy D's version and now you are about to see the two singers doing the same song again.  Enjoy! :)

This is a very cool video that shows Lola performs a local song, "Sa langit wala ang Beer".  You gonna enjoy watching her strumming the guitar and singing the song which she also changed the lyrics and that made her performance enjoyable. Enjoy Watching!!

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Good day mga higala kani nga article para ni sa mga bati ug nawong nga nangandoy pod tawn nga maka uyab nga gwapa.  Actually, kana nga pangandoy makaya man pero kun ato jud ng tagaan ug dakong pagtagad lisod na nga ambition, ngano? Kay kanang baye nga imong gi pangandoy nga ma uyab nga may dagway nangandoy pod tawn na ug gwapo. Naa koy mga nakita nga mga studyante sa kalainlaing mga universidad sa Bohol, Cebu, Dumaguete ug sa Bacolod nga kun maka kita kalang sa ilang mga partner nga mga laki maka ingon jud ka nga asa kaha naka palit kadtong inatay ug lumay.  
Oh yeah!  Pero kadtong tawhana naka pabor lang nga aduna siya nagunitan nga alas nga maoy naga hatag ug pag-kagana sa iyang uyab, nga pisting malasa man jud ug dagway tawhana, gwapo pa ang chihuahua nga cockroach, pero unsaon kanang alas nga nga naa niya mao nay naghatag niya ug pabor, ug  kaya nimo na maab-ot k dili ni kalabutan ug kwarta ug pagka dato. Pero kun dili nimo na maasawa kanang bayhana sa sulod sa 2 or 3 ka tuig, mapulihan ka ug gwapo daun kay kahibalo naka ngano.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Hantavirus is not new, it already attacked many Asian countries for the past years. The virus attacked various animals without showing symptoms and that is one big problem because once it attack humans the symptoms would slowly appearing which sooner would kill the host by its fatal blow.   Most cases of Hantavirus in Europe and America were carried by rats and it is not a question that once it spread in South East Asia it would be a serious problem,  different rats roamed around the streets and the crowded shanties in poverty-stricken countries such as the Philippines, Vietnam,Thailand,etc. Hantavirus would definitely spread very fast.

South East Asia has talented and skillful medical professionals so there is no point of panicking once this virus attack the residents, what it takes is simply a little understanding of the virus and a monitoring to its possible source of existence in that way doctors and nurses may know how to stop the progress and the spread of this silent killer.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Nurses Talk - So many people are asking about Black Death and no one can explain it well.  Some say that Black Death was the name of the disease that claimed so many lives in Europe many centuries ago.  Others would say it was the unforgettable crisis in Europe that people died from rat bites. So what really is Black Death?

Rat Flea
Black Death was the term they used to the devastating plague that kills so many people in Europe during 14th Century.

It got its name Black Death because black spots appeared on the skin of the victims.  The Black Death was bubonic plague or its more virulent relative, pneumonic plague.

When a victim is infected with the virus several symptoms strike his body, which cause his sudden death:
  • High fever
  • Hard swelling of the lymph glands
  • Pneumonic related disorders (causes the patient to vomit blood and hard to breath)
 The plague bacillus carriers were fleas of black rats or by the wastes of the victims.   Doctors and helpers at that the time were easy victims of the plague.  The virus was airborne so people easily infected even they live far from the victims. .

According to many historians that the plague was carried to Europe by rats on merchant vessels, which traveled from Middle East.

Arriving in southern Italy in the summer of 1347, it soon spread by trade routes to Spain and France. The plague reached England in 1348, Germany in 1349, and Russia in 1350.

When Black Death spread rapidly in Europe it was totally difficult to combat.  There were no standard health and Medical  procedures at that time to cater the needs of the victims, plus personal hygiene was nonexistent in every household. 

Mortality Rates

The Black Death is estimated to have killed 30–60 percent of Europe's population, reducing world population from an estimated 450 million to between 350 and 375 million in the 14th century. The aftermath of the plague created a series of religious, social and economic upheavals, which had profound effects on the course of European history. It took 150 years for Europe's population to recover.

The appearance of both lay piety movements and heresy during the Black Death owes something to the moral crisis of the late Middle Ages and to the disillusionment of the people with the church of that time. Popular terror was reflected in frenzies of religious excess, as in the case of the Flagellants. Jews were accused of spreading the plague by poisoning wells, and pogroms directed against them occurred in the Rhineland and Switzerland, in spite of papal protests. Hysterical charges of sorcery and witchcraft were brought against eccentric and unpopular people. The art and literature of the period testify to the contemporary obsession with death and decay.