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- Nursing Manager$83,0004/513,931
- Marketing Manager$82,0004.2/57,395
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- Product Manager$115,0003.8/511,884
- Devops Engineer$106,0004.1/54,657
- Program Manager$87,0003.9/514,753
- Data Engineer$100,0003.9/54,739
- HR Manager $85,0004.2/53,908
- Software Engineer $104,0003.6/549,007
- Mechanical Engineer$75,0003.9/55,949
- Physician Assistant$105,0003.7/59,819
- Sales Manager$65,0003.8/521,695
- Sales Engineer$90,0004.1/53,145
- Operations Manager$68,0003.8/518,311
- Strategy Manager$140,0004/52,783
- Security Engineer$102,0003.8/54,683
- Construction Manager$75,0004.3/53,334
- Speech Language Pathologist$72,0003.7/529,467
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- Product Designer$100,0004.5/52,158
- Java Developer$85,0003.7/56,636
- Executive Assistant$60,0004.1/54,858
- Electrical Engineer$77,0003.7/57,191
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- Dental Hygienist$67,2504.5/52,805
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- Nurse Practitioner$102,0003.5/518,997
- Applications Engineer$77,0004/52,591
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- Risk Manager$100,5003.7/53,924
- Communications Manager$80,0004.2/52,009
- Physical Therapist$70,0003.6/534,899
- Facilities Manager$65,0004/53,472
- Systems Engineer$90,0003.5/516,793
- Customer Success Manager$65,0004.2/52,601
- Radiologic Technologist$48,0004/56,115
- 42Restaurant Manager$49,0003.8/521,754
- Software Engineering Manager$153,0004/51,445
- Software Developer$80,0003.5/511,833
- Safety Manager$71,0004.1/52,180
- UX Designer$89,0003.7/53,333
- Office Manager$42,0003.9/518,681
- Brand Manager$85,0004.3/51,500
- Software Development Manager$140,0004.2/51,178
- Systems Administrator$68,0003.6/58,278
If you follow the basic rules of a healthy diet, not occasionally, but constantly, making them the basis of your daily diet, it will maintain its optimal weight for a long time and without rigid diets, release the energy of the body to restore immunity and accelerate the regeneration of body cells, normalize the functions of the digestive and excretory systems. As well as to return or maintain the youth of the skin and body, hair density and Shine, the health of the body as a whole. Rule 1. Exclude from your diet fried, spicy and salty food, as well as fat. But it is impossible to completely abandon fats, fats are the building material for cells and tissues of the body. You just need to take into account that fats are different: both harmful and useful. Completely exclude sweet carbonated drinks and all fast food products: ice cream, chips, burgers, etc. Rule 2. Make your weekly menu only from healthy foods that will provide the body with all the necessary fats, proteins and carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins. In products of plant and animal origin, these nutrients are in easily digestible form, in the necessary and balanced combinations. Rule 3. Regular and fractional meals during the day – the best is 4-5 meals a day: traditional Breakfast, lunch and dinner, and between them – a second Breakfast and afternoon tea. This will reduce the load on the digestive system, evenly distribute the caloric content of dishes, avoid snacks, which are one of the main reasons for weight gain. When the food intake regime is observed, conditioned reflexes are produced that trigger the mechanism of digestion of food: salivation, secretion of gastric juice, bile, enzymes. Rule 4. Make a daily menu so that the total caloric content of dishes does not exceed the recommended nutritionists 2000-2200 kcal. Unless, of course, there is no need to stick to a diet for weight loss. This daily caloric intake is recommended to ensure that the body receives enough energy for life. But these figures are conditional: can not the same energy consumption in men and women, people of mental and physical labor. The caloric content of the daily diet depends on the age, the General condition of the body, on what you are doing now: working, resting, intensively doing sports or forgot where the shoes are. Rule 5. It is a consequence of the previous one: it is necessary to make your menu in such a way that the energy consumption in the form of calories and its amount entering the body with food are balanced and balanced. If the energy is not enough, the body weakens, if the number of calories exceeds the norm, the excess calories, or rather, substances and chemical compounds in which they are contained, are deposited in the form of fat and cholesterol. Rule 6. Carefully chew the food, take your time while eating – the process of digestion begins in the oral cavity. Enzymes produced by the salivary glands, contribute to the splitting and initial disinfection of food. The more thoroughly the food is crushed, the more it is prepared for further digestion and assimilation. Try to eat less in a hurry, on the go or when you are worried or irritated – additional stress leads to muscle tension and prevents the release of gastric juice, makes it difficult to normal absorption of food. Rule 7. Carefully monitor the condition of the teeth, gums and oral cavity. Sick gums or carious teeth are an additional source of infection, which creates an additional burden not only on the immune system, but also on the gastrointestinal tract as a whole. Even healthy teeth are recommended to be cleaned after each meal to avoid plaque on the teeth and completely eliminate food residues. If this is not possible during the day, then eat half an Apple or orange, or just rinse your mouth thoroughly with water. In such cases, it is convenient to use the thread to clean the interdental space Rule 8. It is not recommended to read or watch TV: when the attention is focused on something else, and not on the process of eating, its number increases. After all, the feeling of saturation appears only after 20-30 minutes after eating. Therefore, it is recommended that such a volume of food to experience a slight feeling of unsaturation, getting up from the table. And while reading, if the material is interesting, the amount that you eat, not noticing, may exceed half the daily calorie intake. Rule 9. It is recommended not to drink during meals and immediately after meals: the necessary interval – half an hour. This recommendation is based on the fact that any liquid coming with food, changes the concentration of gastric juice, which leads to a violation of the digestion process: it takes longer than expected, violated the splitting of fats, proteins and carbohydrates, violated the process of assimilation of nutrients. In practice, this advice is very difficult to perform – the habit of drinking tea, compote or juice after eating has long been rooted and firmly. I, for example, the habit of finishing Breakfast, lunch or dinner with a drink, does not interfere with any digestion or assimilation, or health or well-being. Of course, everyone decides this issue individually. In the presence of diseases of the stomach, liver, intestines, kidneys, it is necessary to strictly observe the therapeutic diet and doctor’s recommendations. In diseases of the gastrointestinal tract is of great importance when and how to take drugs and herbal infusions and what to drink them. Therefore, the basic rules of healthy eating have to comply. Rule 10. The most controversial and complex, in my opinion, the rule of healthy eating – the principle of separate food and food compatibility. The fact that the digestion of proteins, fats and carbohydrates requires gastric juice of different composition is a proven and indisputable fact. But our ancestors lived, knowing nothing about it, and lived to a ripe old age. Instead, they observe fasts and a forced mono-diet: if a slaughtered calf, the month, the whole family ate beef, if chicken, then broth and soups. In addition, food was seasonal and low-calorie, and physical labor – the main condition for survival. In my opinion, it is enough not to mix a large number of products in the lunch or dinner menu, to exclude desserts (but still sometimes you can afford them), fried dishes and products containing a large number of preservatives, dyes and other harmful chemical compounds: sausages, fatty canned fish, fatty meat and fat in uncontrolled amounts. But to deny the benefits of separate nutrition during illness or during the recovery of the body, to regulate the process of natural cleansing of the gastrointestinal tract, it is impossible – with a weakened body, all energy should be directed to the processes of restoration of the immune system and the body as a whole. But the most basic rule of a healthy and healthy diet, in my opinion, is to allow yourself everything you want, but little by little. Then even harmful and high-calorie foods and dishes will not harm health and will keep a slim figure. It is better to allow yourself to eat a small piece of cake or a couple of marshmallows than to dream about it 5-7 days, adhering to a strict diet, and then eat half a box of sweets or a large cake. The most important thing is not only to switch to a proper and balanced diet, but also to make it the norm, not a short-term phenomenon. And if you value your own health, it is quite possible.
In the anthropological literature of the mid-20th century, the theory of “natural complementarity of the sexes” put forward by American sociologists T. Parsons and R. bales Became widely known. Within the framework of this theory, the differentiation of male and female roles in the family and the public sphere is basic and irremovable in any transformation of society. The reason for gender differentiation is rooted in the “instrumentality” of male behavior and the “expressiveness” of female behavior. No matter how actively a modern woman is involved in social and labor life, her main role is connected with the Affairs within the family (a woman, first of all, a wife, mother and mistress), while a man is always played and continues to play a major role in Affairs outside the home. This theory is actively challenged by many modern anthropologists. Although many arguments in favor of its justice may seem obvious, let’s try to understand the essence of the case. There is no doubt that in all societies of hunter–gatherers, early farmers and pastoralists, the male is the primary hunter of large animals, the shepherd (when it comes to cattle), the fisherman and the honey-gatherer. The man also performs the main work of clearing the land for crops. The woman is assigned the role of a collector of plant food, as well as small invertebrates. In the field of crafts for men almost monopolistically secured any work with metals, wood, stone, bone and horn. Men are most often engaged in the manufacture of nets and ropes, as well as the construction of houses. While women are more often than men engaged in spinning, weaving, weaving baskets, sewing clothes. In most societies, women are involved in the preparation of food, water and fuel. In almost all societies, the primary care of children falls entirely on the shoulders of women. The essence of the problem is not that the man often hunts, and the woman — caring for children, and in giving these activities of different social prestige. The gender division of labour does not simply mean the division of labour between men and women, it entails a certain stratification of different activities and generates hierarchical differences between the sexes. The essence of the problem is not that the man is more likely to hunt, and the woman — caring for children, and in giving these activities a certain measure of social prestige. In most societies, the relationship between the sexes favours recognition of the greater importance of men and men’s occupations. According to the remark of M. MFA “men can cook, weave, dress dolls or hunt hummingbirds, but if these activities are considered male, then the whole society, both men and women, recognize them as important. If women do the same, such activities are declared less important.” Gender stratification is manifested to varying degrees in hunter-gatherer societies and in farmers. The differentiation of male and female occupations and the hierarchy of relationships between the sexes depend on the economic activity of society. In hunter–gatherer societies, the power of men over women is attributed to the leading role of men in hunting, and in farmers to the leading role of men in clearing and distributing land. Men’s monopoly on the big hunt involves not only and not so much the greater physical strength of men, but the need to go long distances from home. For women, such movements are hampered by the presence of children. Where hunting is feasible close to home (AGTA Philippines), women participate on an equal basis with men. Men can cook, weave, dress dolls or hunt hummingbirds, but if these activities are considered male, then the whole society, both men and women, recognize them as important. It is possible that the male monopoly on the clearing of land for crops also is not determined by the necessity of using physical force, and due to the factor of increased risk: new lands often lie on the border of the tribal territory, and there are likely to be exposed to the attacks of enemies increases dramatically. And war in the vast majority of cultures is a purely male occupation. The gender hierarchy in society depends to a large extent on environmental conditions and the attitudes of men and women to the control of resources and social goods. In societies where women are completely excluded from control, their social status is significantly reduced, and where men and women equally control the distribution of wealth, the status of women is close to that of men. In the book “Child and society” I. S. Kohn gives the following detailed explanation why the gender division of labor is not derived from the biological functions of men and women: the biological functions of women are associated with the conception, birth and feeding of children, and the woman has the main responsibility for their cultivation. However, only society regulates how many children a woman can have, who owns these children, where (in whose house) they will grow up and how long they should be taken care of. It seems to us, however, that it would be fairer to say that the gender distribution of work is not a direct or direct derivative of biological functions, because men cannot replace women in bearing and feeding children. Society does regulate a number of aspects related to childbirth, but, no matter how hard it tries, it has never been able to exercise full control over reproduction in human history. The society regulates a number of aspects related to childbirth, but it has never been able to exercise full control over reproduction in human history. In many traditional cultures men are given the dominant role, and women look at the background of the downtrodden and disenfranchised. However, this marked inequality often conceals the gender differentiation of the public and domestic spheres of life. In Patriarchal societies, the dominance of men in the public sphere is particularly noticeable, but often in the same societies it is possible to observe an almost complete monopoly of women in decision-making concerning the domestic sphere. The Arab peoples, known for their pronounced male dominance in public life, have a widespread saying: “If the father is the head, the mother is the neck. Neck and shakes the head as you want.”
Most of the information from the outside world we get through the organs of vision. If not take care of them and ignore the fatigue, in a short time they lose the ability to see clearly. The most dangerous enemies of our eyes are unhealthy lifestyles, poor nutrition and long stays in front of the computer. How to keep your eyesight up to old age, given such living conditions? General recommendation Consider the simple rules of preservation of vision, which must be followed every day: full sleep. Lack of sleep can cause disorders of the optic nerve; don’t watch TV in the dark; do not forget to take breaks while working at the computer; do not read books on the bus and train. Also not worth reading in the lying position; get rid of the habit of squinting, because of this highly tense oculomotor muscles; more walk in the fresh air; do gymnastics for the eyes; reduce the amount of alcohol to a minimum; give up Smoking, including passive; the diet should consist of foods rich in vitamins and minerals; check with your ophthalmologist regularly. Among the experts there is such a thing as light starvation. This happens in people who rarely go out. But sunlight has a beneficial effect on the visual apparatus and improves the quality of vision. But at the same time, the eyes need to be protected from ultraviolet radiation. Don’t forget to wear sunglasses with sun filter. While reading the book should be at a distance of 30-40 cm Light should be top and to Shine on the left side. E-books are not worth reading, despite the backlight. During a long reading, periodically pause, look away and do eye exercises. Do not forget about proper nutrition. We are what we eat. Great benefit for the visual apparatus has blueberries. It promotes the regeneration of retinal cells, reduces fatigue and normalizes visual acuity. For the body is extremely necessary potassium, which affects the condition of blood vessels. This substance is contained in dried fruits, bananas, oranges. Lutein is necessary for the normal functioning of the retina. It is found in corn, carrots, persimmon, spinach, avocado, orange pepper. Do not forget about seafood, vegetable oil, nuts, fish. ATTENTION! It is proved that the organs of vision rest and relax during contrast procedures. Wash alternately with cold and warm water. Watching TV is associated with rest, but the eyes at this moment do not even think to rest. You minimize the damage if you turn on a bright light. The TV screen should be at a distance of at least two to three meters. The right way of life will keep excellent vision for many years. Give up bad habits. Tobacco smoke irritates the mucous membrane of the eye and causes inflammation. Released toxic substances can even cause clouding of the lens – cataract. Caustic substances can cause blockage of blood vessels and worsen visual function. Addiction to alcoholic beverages can eventually cause atrophic changes in the nerve cells of the eye. Memo for parents One of the common problems of school-age children is the deterioration of visual acuity. This is due to excessive visual stress, irregular use of computer and TV, as well as low physical activity. Prevention of visual system disorders depends largely on parents and teachers, whose task is to ensure the correct mode of the day and rest of the student. In order to improve the vision of the student, first of all it is necessary to observe the hygiene of vision. This includes good lighting. Visual work should be carried out with the use of high light and a powerful table lamp. Remember that the light should fall from above and from the left side! The child should learn to hold a book and a notebook at a distance of about forty centimeters. Do not allow your child to read lying down, as well as in transport. Vibration and lack of light will greatly tire the eye muscles. Parents should take care of strengthening the child’s body. It is important to ensure motor activity and nutrition. If you want your child to be less sick, temper it. An important role is played by staying in the fresh air. It’s no secret that a strong and hardy body is less prone to diseases, including ophthalmology. Enriched with vitamins and minerals diet will create the necessary conditions for the full operation of the retina. The most useful for the organs of vision are considered to be such products: curd, kefir, beef, green, carrot, boiled fish, berries.
Breaks in work need to do necessarily. How often to take breaks and why they are so important I will tell in this article. Some people are so addicted to work that they do not consider it necessary to take breaks for rest. This habit only work and never rest – bad, and it can lead to deterioration of your health. Many employers encourage their employees to work without interruption, as they fear that productivity will fall. However, they forget that if a person does not rest, he gets tired, and labor productivity is also reduced. The thoughts of a tired person dissipate, and he can not concentrate on anything. That is why people who are forced to work for a long time without rest, in fact, are not engaged in work, but sit on the Internet in social networks or do things that have nothing to do with work. In the work necessary to do breaks. Here’s why! Breaks in work – health benefits Frequent and short breaks help to avoid many common diseases in people leading a sedentary lifestyle. Circulation When you stay for a long time in the same position, the blood circulation in the body is disturbed. It is because of this, then there are pain in the joints and muscles, cramps, hair begin to fall out, reduced metabolic rate and concentration, pimples appear. If you take only 5-minute breaks every hour, it will prevent circulatory disorders and help to avoid the above mentioned problems. Focusing on any work task for a long time negatively affects the body: blood pressure increases, the body’s ability to resist viral and bacterial infections decreases, diabetes develops. In addition, not all chairs are designed so that the person sitting on them had a straight posture. With prolonged sitting back often gets tired, numb muscles. All this is a great stress for the whole body. It is necessary to get up from time to time to walk, relax your muscles and calm down. Health risk Imagine: you are sitting for several hours at work, want to eat, drink or sleep. You want to drink a Cup of coffee or eat something substantial. But it is impossible – it is necessary to solve a working problem further. This approach leads to the fact that many begin to eat right at the Desk. Lack of movement and eating sooner or later will lead to increased cholesterol, heartburn and many other health problems. If you get up for a few minutes, stretch, rest and eat, it will not hurt the work. View Inability to focus, watery eyes and headaches are a sure sign that you are working too hard. All day looking at a computer monitor or laptop is very harmful to the eyes. To eyes function correctly, you need to blink, but when you still look in the computer, the eyes blink less often. When working on a computer, it is recommended to take your eyes off the screen every 5-10 minutes and let them relax. This is especially important if you feel dry and irritated eyes. Posture Your office chair is not the most comfortable place, and you have to sit on it all day. If possible, choose a chair that would keep your back upright, and to sit at the same time it was convenient. However, the topic of chairs is controversial. Even if they are comfortable, many sit on them incorrectly: they slouch, lift their shoulders, strain the muscles of the neck, shoulders or legs, which causes pain in these parts of the body later. To avoid this, it is necessary from time to time to perform at least simple office exercises, even sitting at the table, stretching the ligaments and muscles. Even better, if you get 5 minutes to walk down the hall and stretch your legs. Mental health Sitting for a long time in the same place leads to fatigue, confusion and boredom. To avoid this and other problems of the psychological plan, you should from time to time to relax. Stress and fatigue Inability to rest leads to memory impairment, mental attacks and nervous breakdowns, chronic stress and fatigue. Breaks in work help to manage time If you think that it is necessary to work without interruption because to make everything quicker and to be in time more, you are mistaken. If you are tired, you are no longer working, but simply wasting time. Your subordinates do the same. People who have the opportunity to relax in the process of work, better understand the importance of time, better manage it and have more time. Breaks in work help to be creative Sometimes to solve any work problems should be creative. But about any creativity it can’t be a question if you long time without interruption think of the same problem. If you had even a little rest, you would have fresh thoughts in your head. What can you do during your break? Rest breaks should be short. To slightly move and distract, you will be enough 5 minutes every hour. During the break, you can do the following things: – listen to music; – do a few simple exercises to stretch the muscles and joints; – do breathing exercises and eye exercises; – drink coffee, tea or a snack of fruit; – go outside and get some fresh air. Now you probably understand how important it is to take breaks to rest during the working day. Just 5 minutes every hour will protect you from many health problems. You will not get too tired at work, get irritated and experience unnecessary stress.
They say, “You are what you eat.” Hence the simple conclusion – your health and your illness derived from what you eat. In the fight against cancer, in addition to complex pharmacology, help conventional foods, which – the essence of human life. The world health organization (who) has published a list of products that contribute to the overall strengthening of the immune system, have an antidepressant effect on the psyche, increase the overall tone of the body. But the most remarkable feature of these useful products is that they are able to stop the growth of cancer cells. Specialists recommend to adhere to the next rules: on plate always should be 2 / 3 plant products and not more 1 / 3 protein. Broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, Bok Choi, cress and other vegetables that have already earned a reputation as cancer fighters. These vegetables contain indoles that stimulate the formation of a powerful antioxidant — the enzyme glutathione peroxidase. Scientists believe that indoles inactivate excess estrogens that can cause cancer, especially breast tumors. These vegetables also contain a lot of vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant. For maximum safety of indoles, these vegetables should be eaten raw, or after a short steam treatment. Soy and soy products Soybeans and any products made from soy (tofu, tempeh, miso and soy sauce) prevent the proliferation of malignant cells. In addition, they contain isoflavones and phytoestrogens with antitumor activity. In addition, soy products reduce the toxic effects of radiation and chemotherapy. Onions of different varieties and garlic Garlic has chelating properties, that is, the ability to bind toxins, including, for example, potentially carcinogenic cadmium from cigarette smoke, and remove them from the body. It also activates white blood cells that absorb and destroy cancer cells. One of the most common types of cancer is stomach cancer, but regular intake of garlic and onion reduces the likelihood of this disease. Garlic in addition serves as a source of sulfur necessary for the liver to perform a detoxifying function. Bow acts similarly, although to a lesser degree. Both garlic and onion contain allicin, a sulfur-containing substance with a powerful detoxifying effect. Given that the liver is a universal organ that cleanses our body from any carcinogens and pathogenic microbes, the importance of onions and garlic can not be overestimated. Brown algae In brown algae contains a lot of iodine, which is necessary for the thyroid gland, regulating the metabolism of sugar (energy) in the blood. It is known that, starting from about 25 years, the thyroid gland gradually decreases in size, and many people with age find a lack of its function (a decrease in hormone production). If energy production is reduced, the metabolism of sugar in the blood changes accordingly, which creates favorable conditions for cancer. Brown algae contain a lot of selenium, which is a powerful antioxidant. Nuts and fruit seeds In almond nuts have leacril natural substance includes cyanidation substance lethal to cancer cells. The ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and Chinese ate the seeds and bones of fruits such as apricots, believing that they inhibit the development of cancer. Flax and sesame seeds, pumpkin and sunflower seeds contain lignans in their hard outer shell. These are the so-called phytoestrogens (substances that mimic the action of the hormone estrogen), which contribute to the removal of excess estrogen from the body. Excess estrogen is known to stimulate the emergence of hormone-dependent cancers, in particular breast, ovarian and uterine cancers. Many lignans are also found in soybeans, tofu, miso and tempeh-perhaps this is one reason why hormone-dependent cancers are less common in Asian countries. Japanese and Chinese mushrooms Fungi Maitake, shiitake and Rei-si contain powerful Immunostimulants — polysaccharides called beta-glucans. In ordinary mushrooms they are not, so it makes sense to look for these natural Oriental drugs, even in dried form, in supermarkets and shops selling Chinese food. Use them in any dishes where mushrooms are added. Tomatoes In recent years, tomatoes have received special attention in connection with the detection of their antitumor properties. Tomatoes contain lycopene, a powerful antioxidant Fish and eggs They are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids that inhibit the formation of cancer cells. At the moment, the preference of fish species is given to flounder. Citrus and berries Citrus fruits and cranberries contain bioflavonoids that support and enhance the antioxidant activity of vitamin C, which these fruits and berries are particularly rich. Strawberries, raspberries and pomegranate contain ellagic acid, a powerful antioxidant that prevents gene damage and slows down the growth of cancer cells. With blueberries, we also get substances that prevent oxidative processes and slow down the aging process. Useful seasonings Turmeric (turmeric), – powder of bright yellow color from tubers of a plant from ginger family, widely used as a seasoning. Turmeric has good anti-cancer properties, especially in the treatment of bowel and bladder cancer. It can reduce the body’s production of specific enzymes associated with inflammatory processes, the number of which is abnormally high in patients with certain types of inflammatory diseases and cancer. Tea Both green and black contain some antioxidants known as polyphenols (catechins), which have the ability to inhibit the division of cancer cells. The most effective in this respect green tea, a little less – black, and herbal teas, unfortunately, did not show this ability. According to a report published in the Journal of Cellular Biochemistry (USA) in July 2001, these polyphenols, found in large quantities in green and black tea, red wine and olive oil, can protect against various types of cancer. Dry green tea leaves contain approximately 40% polyphenols by weight, so the consumption of green tea can significantly reduce the risk of cancer of the stomach, intestines, lungs, liver and pancreas. And are there products that, on the contrary, increase the risk of cancer or worsen the course of the disease? Such products exist, and it is first of all: Alcohol It was found that alcohol abuse increases the risk of cancer of the oral cavity, larynx, pharynx, esophagus, liver and breast. Women at high risk for breast cancer should generally avoid drinking alcohol, as taking even a few servings of alcohol per week increases the likelihood of developing this disease. Meat Consumption of meat with cancer or with an increased risk of its occurrence should be limited. According to several studies, a higher risk of colon and stomach cancer is found among individuals whose diet consists mainly of meat cooked in the culinary industry. Perhaps this is due to the addition of nitrites, widely used in cooking as food additives. In addition, meat contains cholesterol, and the consumption of fatty, high-calorie and cholesterol foods leads to the development of obesity, which is associated with a higher risk of cancer (breast cancer in postmenopausal women, endometrium, colon, gallbladder, esophagus, pancreas, kidneys). Recently, the data of scientists from Stockholm have been published. Swedish doctors summarized the statistics of scientific research, which was attended by almost 5 thousand people. It was found that with an increase in the consumption of processed meat products for only every 30 grams per day, the risk of developing stomach cancer increases by 1538%. According to scientists, the increased risk of cancer may be associated with the addition of nitrates and preservatives to these products. In large quantities, these substances are carcinogens. The second important factor is the impact of toxic substances produced by Smoking meat. Salt and sugar It was found that people who consume a large number of products prepared by salting are more susceptible to the development of cancer of the stomach, nasopharynx and larynx. There is no data on the harm of salt used as a seasoning, but moderation is also needed. Consuming large amounts of sugar is dangerous in terms of overweight, which, as already mentioned, increases the risk of cancer. Better replace it with honey.
Bicycle as a vehicle is quite common in Europe, so you can often see a man on a bike, pedaling towards his office or supermarket. But it is worth thinking seriously about what advantages and disadvantages it has as a vehicle. You spend much more time in the fresh air, saturated with oxygen instead of suffocating in the stuffy cabin of public transport or your own car. In Sunny weather, you do not suffer from the heat and the feeling that you like someone is trying to cook in a large pot. Cycling is a great exercise that relieves you from extra pounds makes your body slim and fit, but also increases your stamina and keeps you in good shape. You will also soon forget about shortness of breath, because Cycling has a beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system and helps in the treatment of vascular dystonia. The bike will save you from having to stand for hours in traffic jams, because you can safely bypass the “stuck” flow, while the car and bus can not do it. And since traffic jams are inevitable in big cities, they make up a significant part of the time you spend on the road. Another plus of the bike as a vehicle, which simply can not be ignored – finding a Parking space for you is no longer a problem, because it is much easier to find a bike, given how much less space is required for this. This, incidentally, also saves you at least five to ten minutes a day. Trifle, but nice. However, along with so many advantages of the bike as a means of transportation in the city, there are disadvantages. Large cities are not equipped enough for cyclists to move freely and safely. And every exit to the roadway is a big risk, which the cyclist is forced to take. In addition, sitting on the bike for the first time, and even with the intention to ride it to the other end of the city, you will realize that you have never overestimated themselves and their capabilities. Because to control the bike you need to get used to physically, and people without any physical training is better to start with overcoming small distances. In the end, the bike – it’s not the most successful and not the safest means of transportation on snowdrifts and ice, and to ride a bike in the fall in the mud and puddles, too little fun. Therefore, the best time to use a Bicycle as a vehicle is between may and September. And with the onset of cold weather still have to change to something more practical and protected – a car, for example.
Mankind has always wanted to know about the outer space around us, to learn about the neighboring planets, to explore them, and perhaps to find on one of the planets intelligent life.To date, we have already studied our Solar system with the heavenly body – the Sun, as well as 8 planets, each in its orbit revolve around the Sun. But to know the size of the Solar system, to understand why the planets do not collide, you need to know the distance between the planets. As inhabitants of the earth, I think we are most interested in the distance of the planets from the Sun and the distance between the Earth and the rest of the planets of the Solar system. So, let’s start, perhaps, with our beloved planet Earth, the only planet in the Solar system, where there is intelligent life. This is facilitated by the presence of an atmosphere consisting of oxygen, the presence of water, and a suitable temperature for life, which, incidentally, largely depends on the distance of the Earth from the Sun. The earth moves in the third orbit from the Sun at a distance of 149.6 million km from the celestial body. The closest planet to the Sun – mercury, differs from the rest of the highest recorded temperature on the surface. The sun-turned surface of mercury was heated to 465C. Basically, the planet has achieved such indicators due to the closest orbit to the Sun, because mercury is 57.9 million km from the Sun. To the Earth from mercury also, by space standards, very close – 91.6 million km. Venus, or as it is often called “sister of the Earth”, moves in the second orbit from the Sun at a distance of 108.2 million km from the celestial body. The closest to the Earth, the “red planet” – Mars, moves in the fourth orbit just 78, 3 million km from the Earth. However, unlike Venus and mercury, Mars is located on the outside of the Earth, that is, its orbit is larger than the orbit of the Earth and is remote from the Sun by 227.9 million km. And this already suggests that Mars is a cold planet, because at such a distance the sun’s rays weakly warm the surface of Mars. The next orbits from the Sun, after Mars, already occupy the planets of the Jupiter group, or, giant planets, which are many times greater in mass and volume of the planet of the earth group, but much farther away from the celestial body. The closest giant planet to the sun Is Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar system. It is distant from the Sun at 778.6 million km From the Earth, Jupiter is 628.4 million km. Behind Jupiter is Saturn – the only planet surrounded by a beautiful disk. It is removed from the celestial body by 1443.7 million km. To the Earth from Saturn 1277.4 million km. Moving in the seventh orbit of Uranus, is the coldest planet in the Solar system. It is also caused by the large distance from the Sun, on 2870,4 million km Distance between earth and Uranus is still 2721,4 million km.The most distant planet from the Sun today is Neptune. This distant planet moves in the eighth orbit in 4491,1 million km from the Sun. From the Earth, this distance is 4347.4 million km.It is worth saying that there is a certain regularity called to cosmology the Bode rule. According to this pattern, each subsequent of the planets of the Solar system is separated from the Sun by an average of 1.7 times. This ratio slightly violates only Jupiter, but otherwise it is understandable, given that all the planets formed around the Sun from a single gas-dust cloud.
In 1911, the editor of the newspaper Time Arthur Brisbane was evaluated information value of pictures, remaking the famous saying “it is Better to see once than hear a hundred times” in a recommendation for colleagues: use a picture, it is worth a thousand words. This expression is perfect as a motto for such an actual direction in the modern communication system as infographics. Infographics appeared in 1982 as a result of the evolution in the information sphere, constantly developed, became one of the most fashionable, relevant and influential types of visual communication and became widespread. Every year tens of millions of images are created, the information in which is presented in graphical form. According to scientists ‘ research, 90% of the information we remember is based on visual perception, so you can easily understand why such a simple and visual means of data visualization as infographics stands out among other means. The main goal of the infographic was to inform. And the design is just a way to bring it, and to make it so that it was clear to any person who saw it. You may like the way the infographic is designed — but it’s more fun to get really valuable information from it. The main purpose of infographics is to improve the process of perception of information, explanation of complex information in simple images, as well as the transfer of data in a compact and interesting message, which looks more interesting in comparison with printed text. With the development of information technology, humanity is getting more and more opportunities to quickly and efficiently collect and submit information. Images make information more attractive and compelling. Therefore, one of the most popular forms of dissemination of ideas with the help of visual images is infographics.Infographics are constantly evolving and improving. A few years ago there was only printed infographics. The Internet has opened up new opportunities for the development of infographic impact technology — it becomes animated and interactive. Animated infographics is a kind of technique for creating a high-quality story of your information. Animated graphics typically use a combination of illustration, data visualization, and dynamic text to convey specific information to the viewer. The ability to collect real-time data and dynamically display it on the Internet in order to attract diverse audiences spanning the world has led to the development of new interactive applications and created a new environment for information design. Therefore, now more and more developing interactive infographics. Interactive infographics are infographics that allow you to change the data displayed in graphical form online. The main advantage of infographics, in our opinion, is that the methods of data presentation by means of infographics fully correspond to the way a person perceives visual images.