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Flu is basically the short-term for influenza virus, and as the name explains, it is a virus, which means once it is inside your body, it can make you contagious to others that are around you as well.
Not too different is the case of a common cold as well. It is the ultimate result of viral infection as well (most commonly to your nose or your throat). Therefore, it can be contagious to others too.
Both of these aren't exactly a threat to humanity or harmful in any way (not long-term at least), but that doesn't mean they are any less irritating. So, it is only natural that one wouldn't want to transfer it to his/her loved ones.How long are you contagious with the flu?
If you are someone who has a strong immune system, you may be contagious beginning from a day before when your symptoms appear up till the 5th day of your flu. However, if you have a comparatively weaker immune system, you can easily pass on the virus for up to seven or eight days. You are at your most contagious in the first three days of your illness. Similar is what happens when you catch a cold.
On that note, here are some effective ways to get rid of your fever/flu quickly.
- try eating garlic (or have garlic tea)
- have an adequate intake of warm liquids
- get plenty of rest
- add more protein to your diet.
How to stop worrying and start living.
Fightclub , (Palahniuk) Nothing to do with the question :-) It's just a very good book to read in English, and a way of reminding that it shouldn't be all about personal development either. Changing your life to get better, yeah, but looking for a ready-made model to conform to, no.
That's kind of my conclusion: six years ago, it was scary. Since then, I've published a book, found a job, set up a structure, met friends, fulfilled dreams, written other stuff. I'm still in a precarious contract, I don't have a lot of savings, no lovers, but overall, it's a great life.
Finally, the notebook, as Fabien Perrin suggests, is a good idea. But I don't use it the same way he does. At first, I kept a diary, but it was very negative. To decompress, I told everything I couldn't stand: I stirred up negatives. Then I changed my way. I try, every day, to start with a quote or a sentence from a book I'm reading.
It was a long post, but the question is paramount, do not stay with an unsatisfying life when changing it is at hand. A little bit every day. Not for a dream life sold by some coach whose cam is above all a dream, but to feel better, to go in the right direction.
If you want to leave me a comment to tell me if certain points speak to you, it will allow me to better answer similar questions later!
I become a lioness when my children or those I love are touched. I can be terrible (you can't see it, I look so sweet like that) ...
And when people lie to me. I am unable to do this on my own, and I have a good lie radar. I get cold and distant and when I am lost, I usually don't come back.
I was no longer satisfied with my last job. The same repetitive tasks, no challenges, internal conflicts with a problematic employee, my senior colleague was a conspirator, I felt that my superior did not trust me, an eternal period of transitionâ¦ So I started to stagnate after my 3rd year and I felt that I was no longer progressing. However, I stayed because I was part of the company's social club, I still had some ideas for activities to offer, I had good relations with my colleagues, and for job stability.
Computer work allows me to stimulate my brain as video games do. Although it remains a work of concentration, I feel less the need to "gamer" after a day of computer programming. So when my employment situation started to stagnate, I looked for other ways to compensate for the lack of challenges. I learned to cook, I started the gym to overcome other limits, I met women on a dating app, I learned the Java language, I looked at other job opportunities out of the corner of my eye, I was planning a trip this fall ...
The problem is, the Covid pandemic has caught up with me. My professional stagnation was felt and I was not sure how to proceed after my job loss. So I decided to go back to school in order to increase my knowledge and get a more satisfying job in IT. If I had continued the way I did, I probably should have settled for a junior position for the rest of my career, or almost. I want more than just a developer job.
I'm rediscovering mathematics and curiously, it stimulates my brain a bit as video games and programming do. There is still a long way to go, but I think it's a sign that I've made the right choice!
LARGEST ORGAN OF THE BODY:
Body organs aren't all internal like the brain or the heart. There is one we wear on the outside. Skin is our largest organâadults carry around 8 pounds (3.6 kilograms). It covers about 22 square feet (2 square meters) of it. This fleshy covering does a lot more than make us look presentable. In fact, without it, we'd literally evaporate.
IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS OF SKIN:
Skin acts as a waterproof, insulating shield, guarding the body against extremes of temperature, damaging sunlight, and harmful chemicals. It also exudes antibacterial substances that prevent infection and manufactures vitamin D for converting calcium into healthy bones. Skin additionally is a huge sensor packed with nerves for keeping the brain in touch with the outside world. At the same time, skin allows us free movement, proving itself an amazingly versatile organ.
SKIN PROTECTION TO THE BODY:
Skin is made up of three layers. The outermost is the epidermis. This consists mainly of cells called keratinocytes, made from the tough protein keratin. The epidermis harbors defensive Langerhans cells, which alert the body's immune system to viruses and other infectious agents.The epidermis is bonded to a deeper skin layer below known as the dermis, which gives the organ its strength and elasticity thanks to fibers of collagen and elastin.
An elderly lady slipped, she fell on her knees in the rain… I was in the car…. I saw people pass near her, they continued on their way, leaving her on the ground, they were looking straight ahead as if she were invisible.
it's really maddening.
I parked on the side of the road and my daughter went to see her…
We live in an inhuman world
To take care of the worldwide interest for meat, meat makers convert environmentally significant woods territories into land for brushing animals and developing creature feed like soy and corn. The FAO reports that huge scope business farming was liable for 40% of tropical deforestation from 2000-2010, with animal agribusiness generally to fault.
"The mission for more land to nibble cows and develop domesticated animals feed has been a main impetus behind the annihilation of tropical timberlands, especially in Latin America," the office said. Also, the harm doesn't stop at the annihilation of backwoods: "In a couple of brief years, overgrazing, compaction and supplement misfortune transform cleared woods lands into disintegrated badlands."
Out of all types of horticulture, cows farming cases the most forested land. Meat makers have cleared more than 45 million hectares (or 111 million sections of land) of lavish woods to make space for their steers to touch. That is something like 84 million football fields.
Dairy cattle farming has proactively cleared out great many sections of land of the Amazon rainforest in South America, the world's biggest tropical timberland. Informants got down on JBS, the world's biggest meat maker, for illicitly clearing safeguarded lands in the Amazon rainforest into land for dairy cattle munching. The Brazilian organization swore to eliminate deforestation from its store network continuously 2035, however these guarantees might be short of what was needed. Woodland fires
Out of control fires happen normally in immaculate forested land. While apparently disastrous, regular blasts really advance the wellbeing of the biological system by getting out dead natural matter and accounting for new development. Notwithstanding, when people light timberland fires, woodland environments can experience the ill effects of irreversible harm.
While a few human-caused timberland fires are incidental, ranchers and other land designers now and again deliberately light fires as a method for clearing forested land. In a training known as 'cut and consume' agribusiness, ranchers cut down sections of land of woodland and consume the remainders in order to resuscitate the soundness of the dirt. Be that as it may, these uncontrolled flames can cause more damage than great. Flames can dispense with whole populaces of plant and creature species in a space, losing biological equilibrium and diminishing biodiversity. Research has shown that the biodiversity misfortune coming about because of cut and-consume horticulture can really meaningfully affect soil wellbeing, bringing about diminished crop returns and benefits.
Horticulture driven fires have negatively affected Brazil's Amazon rainforest. A record number of flames turned the once lively, lavish backwoods of the Amazon to debris in 2019. Examiners observed that flames were multiple times almost certain in meat delivering zones in the Amazon, highlighting the getting free from land for steers farming as one of the principal offenders of timberland fires.
Backwoods fires in the Amazon decimate creatures and people the same. Breathing the smoke from these flames is now unsafe, yet Indigineous people group experienced much further during the current year's fire season.
Things are neither that simple nor what you would expect.
There are many shapes of galaxies from dwarf to elliptical to diffuse and other spirals.
They have one thing in common, they revolve around a central core dense in matter. (There are, too, exceptions to this rule.)
They may or may not have one or more black holes and these black holes do not have to be at the center of the galaxy's rotation.
We often have a schematic view of galaxies when they have very varied characteristics.
What makes them look alike is the halo of dark matter that envelops them, it can be very important: 90% of the attraction of the galaxy or, more exceptionally weak.
In conclusion, the hyper massive black hole which can be found at the heart of large galaxies are infinitely too little massive to have the role of "pivot" of the galaxy which shelters them. The mass of the Milky Way is made up of 200 billion solar masses and at least the equivalent of 1000 billion solar masses in dark matter. imagine the little fly represented by its "central black hole" of 4 million solar masses ...
The greatest mystery is that, once these observations have been made, we are astonished to note that our observations of the deep sky show us the first generations of galaxies having black holes disproportionate with the size of these galaxies, and especially, whose formation does not can be explained by the mode of formation of hyper massive black holes observed today.