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May 2012, like I always do thinking about a lot of dreams, was in my first year studying Pharmacy but can’t get enough after joining the university, started thinking about owning my business.

Was checking freelance websites like www.ondesk.com to get my own job but high requirements were needed. I created my first blog in 2010 and it was called BMW fans, special website for BMW owners and enthusiasts to show off their cars and discuss about modifications, upgrades and even their problems, then created my first YouTube Channel, upload videos recorded by me and a team mate

to get more views, successfully I got my first million views after only one year of joining.

While browsing BMW news, I got a contact for an aftermarket parts company to hire freelance social media marketing specialist.

Started to study online more about marketing and Facebook. I sent an email for the agent to request an interview for this online job. Fortunately I got my acceptance after Skype call.

I get more and more experience after working for 6 months as a specialist in ecommerce and social media marketing work.

I applied for more jobs at several companies and hired by couple of them,

Decided to launch my first ecommerce website for my watches brand to start selling locally then to put a plan in two years to begin distributing global , everything was good until I tried to draw my plan then I realized my need to get more into digital marketing study in a professional way

Good news are coming after Facebook ad promoting Nanodegree Program in Digital Marketing. Then got a call informing my that I’m accepted in the professional track.This is too important for me as a freelancer working with international brands and will help me building my brand by choosing my main objective, which social media platforms to work in, then create a strategy to start with.


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What causes Vitamin D deficiency ?


Vitamin D2 and Vitamin D3:

Vitamin D is not a single nutrient, but rather a group of related nutrients. Vitamins D2 and D3 are the most popular dietary forms.The two types of vitamin D differ in their food sources and also in structure and function.Vitamin D3 is only available in animal-sourced meals, whereas D2 is mostly found in plant-based foods and fortified foods.

D3 is found in fatty animal-sourced foods like fish oil and egg yolk. It is also produced by your skin in response to sunshine or UV radiation.Surprisingly, vitamin D3 appears to be more effective at increasing vitamin D levels in the blood.


What Does Vitamin D do ?

Vitamin D received from sunlight, meals, and supplements is physiologically inactive and require two hydroxylations in the body to be activated.

The first hydroxylation takes place in the liver and transforms vitamin D to 25-hydroxyvitamin D [25(OH)D], also known as "calcidiol."

The second hydroxylation takes place largely in the kidney and results in the physiologically active 1,25-dihydroxy vitamin D [1,25(OH)2D], also known as "calcitriol"

  • The first hydroxylation takes place in the liver and transforms vitamin D to 25-hydroxyvitamin D [25(OH)D], also known as "calcidiol."
  • The second hydroxylation takes place largely in the kidney and results in the physiologically active 1,25-dihydroxy vitamin D [1,25(OH)2D], also known as "calcitriol"

Importance of Vitamin D:

Low vitamin D levels have been shown in studies to increase your risk for several diseases. A lack of vitamin D may also lead to poor bone health. Much recent contradictory research now demonstrates a link between vitamin D insufficiency and cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, autoimmune illnesses, and depression.

There are many health benefits associated with getting enough vitamin D each day including:

  • Helping manage weight effectively
  • Lowering blood pressure
  • Reducing inflammation
  • Protecting against infections like influenza
  • Preventing cancer
  • Reducing inflammation
  • Protecting against infections like influenza
  • Reducing the risk for heart disease and stroke
  • Improving insulin sensitivity
  • Promoting healthy pregnancy outcomes
  • Absorb calcium and phosphorus, which are crucial for bone
  • health and strong teeth.

Recommended Vitamin-D Intakes:

RDAs (Recommended Dietary Allowance) for vitamin D were developed by an FNB (Food and Nutrition Board) committee to identify daily vitamin D doses that are sufficient to preserve bone health and appropriate calcium metabolism in healthy persons.

Is vitamin-D needed daily ?

If you’re following the latest recommendations, you might be falling short.


According to the National Institutes of Health, adults should get at least 600 international units (IU) of vitamin D per day to maintain bone and muscle health, boost immune function, and reduce the incidence of a variety of cancers Unfortunately, many people.....


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Posture and Metabolism


There are twelve of body systems: skeletal, muscular, nervous, integumentary (skin), circulatory, respiratory, reproductive, digestive, urinary, lymphatic, endocrine (hormones), and immune. Each of them is subject to stimulation-reaction-response.


Musculoskeletal dysfunction triggers (stimulates) a reaction and response in each of the eleven other systems. When the tape broadcasts the news that something is happening, it's not a warning as such-stimulus is initially regarded as neither good nor bad. But the news that important major muscle groups are not engaging needs to be known by all systems because, for starters, it's going to affect the metabolic process.


Does Posture affect metabolism?


One of the body's most complex biochemical operations, metabolism is the way the body provides fuel to its cells. Muscles play an important role in at least three ways. First, by creating heat from the friction of contracting and relaxing. The heat helps to essentially cook the food, oxygen, and water that we consume until they break down and recombine into substances that can be converted by the cells into usable energy. The more work the muscles do, the more fuel is available to the cells. And the reverse is true: the less work the muscles do, the less fuel for the cells.

The second metabolic role for the muscles is that of being a major metabolic consumer. Large, active muscles have many muscle cells to fuel. This appetite serves to create an expanded metabolic capacity in order to meet muscular demand. But the metabolic supply isn't exclusively used by the muscles, though. When we rest or sleep, our muscles are relatively (and temporarily) inactive, and the fuel that's not needed by the muscles is diverted to other tissue and organs.


That's why poor posture-slumping, misaligned dysfunctional posture-indicates a metabolic dysfunction. Notice that I didn't call it a symptom. Poor posture is actually a cause of metabolic dysfunction. Once the deep muscles-the ones closest to the bones and joints-disengage, the metabolism backs off because the body's monitoring system tells it there are fewer cellular mouths to feed and reduced means to do the feeding. The other eleven organ systems immediately lose.

The benefit of a revved up, efficient, fully functional metabolism. The energy they need to carry out basic functions is no longer as abundant. It puts a strain on every organ in the body and the roughly 75 trillion metabolically dependent individual cells.


Will My Posture Improve If I Lose Weight?


The third important metabolic role played by the muscles is this: reduced muscular engagement means reduced oxygen intake and distribution. Oxygen is the combustion agent that the metabolic process uses to refine the fuel (primarily glucose, amino acids, and enzymes) needed for the operation of the body's cells. Disengaged and dysfunctional major muscle groups mean that the primary vehicle for getting oxygen into and around the body isn't in optimal condition. But suppose circumstances require optimal metabolism. A sudden demand for physical exertion, the effects of stress, or severe illness all call for extra energy to support extra work from the body's organ systems. They depend on the support of a fully functional metabolic process. Since muscular action is involved with drawing oxygen into the lungs and assisting the heart and circulatory system in moving oxygenated blood throughout the body, the disengagement of major posture muscles hinders this work. As a result, fuel production is compromised, as is cell function.


Conceivably, the body could cope with the problem simply by doing less work with less metabolism. After all, our environment is not as rough-and-tumble as it once was. But one system in particular is working as hard as ever-maybe harder.


The immune system is like a network of fire stations scattered strategically throughout the body. The T-cells and various anti-bodies are the fire fighters, ready to deploy, when the alarm sounds, to battle invading viruses, toxins, and other conflagrations. An immune system undermined by an inefficient metabolism cannot respond as quickly or effectively. It just doesn't have enough available energy for aggressive fire fighting, as if many of the fire trucks are out of gas and their crews understaffed.


That's why we're seeing the rise of the new "epidemics" -diabetes, asthma, allergies, virulent but heretofore unknown strains of TB, some types of cancer, and the like. This alarming trend coincides with another epidemic-chronic back pain, headaches, bad hips, knee injuries, hurting wrists, and other musculoskeletal disorders.


I believe the link between this epidemic and the others is visible all around us. If millions of people do not have the strength to stand up straight, to hold their shoulders square and their heads high and level, and to move smoothly without stiffness or pain, how do we expect them to have the strength to fight off disease?


Without adequate musculoskeletal support for the metabolic process, they simply cannot. Around us, the very embodiment of health is crumbling.


I'm painting this gloomy picture not to spread pessimism but to inspire faith. We need to regain our faith in the strength of the human body. After all, it got us through two or three million years of BS-Before Suburbia. Rediscovering it can yield a cure for these epidemics.


By recognizing our strength and its source in muscle and bone, we can escape from the modern delusion that health comes only from experts and technology that soon will be crushingly expensive and beyond the reach of all but a few. Down that road lies misery and future epidemics, the horror of which we can't even begin to imagine.


All of us can afford the price of a genuine miracle cure. We were born with potentially strong, aligned bodies. We were therefore born rich... posture and metabolism.


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DEFINITION


Osteoarthritis is a pathology associated with inflammation in the joints of the body. In the case of hand osteoarthritis, the arthritis and inflammation most commonly associated with a loss of carpal, MC, or phalanges glenoid cartilage leading to hand pain.

Osteoarthritis is a term derived from the Greek word“osteo”meaning “of the bone,”“arthro”meaning“joint,”and“itis”meaning inflammation even though the amount of inflammation present in the joint can range from excessive to little or no inflammation.


SYNONYMS:

• Hand arthritis

• Hand degenerative joint disease


ETIOLOGY:

( What Causes Hand Osteoarthritis? )

• The wearing down of the hyaline cartilage leads to an inflammatory response. There is thickening and sclerosis of the subchondral bone and development of osteophytes or bone spurs. This leads to a narrowing of the joint space, loss of shock absorption, and ultimately pain.


• Daily wear and tear in combination with various injuries sustained throughout life is the most common cause of the breakdown of healthy tissue.

• Degeneration of the cartilage and resultant arthritis can also be the result of other factors such as trauma or joint injury....


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Jersey/Rugby Finger Syndrome


DEFINITION

• Rupture or avulsion of the flexor digitorum profundus (FDP).

• Classification is based on how far the tendon retracts,which in turn will affect the success of surgical repair.

 A type I injury retracts all the way to the palm.The vincula brevis and longus are ruptured and blood supply is interrupted. Extensive scarring can develop within the tendinous sheath,therefore surgical repair is indicated within 7 to 10 days.

Type II retracts to the PIP joint.The long vinculum may still be intact, and a small chip of bone may be avulsed with the tendon.The avulsed end may become entrapped at the flexor digitorum superficialis (FDS) chiasma, causing a flexion contracture.

Type III occurs when a bony fragment is avulsed and remains attached to the tendon,which isthen unable to retract through the pulley.The tendon remains in the synovial sheath.


SYNONYMS

• FDP avulsion

• Rugby finger


ETIOLOGY

• Rupture or avulsion of the FDP tendon can occur during activities that require sustained digital flexion against forceful or unexpected resistance, resulting in hyperextension of the DIP joint and rupture of the FDP tendon.

• Rupture of the FDP tendon commonly occurs when an athlete’s finger catches on another player’s clothing in sports such as football.


EPIDEMIOLOGY AND

DEMOGRAPHICS

Ring finger (fourth digit) is the most common involvement. It is the weakest and accounts for 75% of all cases.


MECHANISM OF INJURY

• Forceful passive extension of the digit while the FDP is in maximal contraction.

• The injury causes forced extension of the DIP joint during active flexion...


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EDUCATION AND CAREER


WHAT IS EDUCATION?


When we say education, the first thought we get is education is the process of gaining knowledge. It is the process of facilitating learning or training and acquiring knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and ethics.


Education can be in the way of either formal or informal.


I believe that everyone in this world does acquire knowledge whether it’s by informal way from our elders, ancestors or by the formal way like going to school, college, university, etc.


Why do we acquire knowledge, how does it help us in our daily life?


We acquire knowledge on what we believe in future we shall thrive to become someone in our lives. We all have a goal and target on what we wish to become in the future, and not only are some of us still researching more options on what we want to become in the future.


It is excellent as you may get hundreds of opinions, but in the end, there will be only one opinion which will be the best of all and education in our daily life helps us both in our career and life as well.


To have a promising career, you need to get an education first. Education shows us the importance of hard work and thus helps us grow and develop in our life, and it allows us to differentiate between many things, including right and wrong, good and bad, etc.


Nowadays, education has become a joke in this generation because some people are not ready to work hard. They are unable to define their goals, targets, and what they want to become in life and are not focused on their career; my aim is not to point out to anyone but want to say that in generalit's hight time please take charge of your life, pass through the difficulties arising, be patient. In the end, things will be easier.

“PATIENCE IS BITTER, BUT ITS FRUIT IS SWEET.”


In the end, a person will have a promising career and will succeed in achieving their goals or targets.


WHAT IS A CAREER?


When I say career, I mean it is an individual’s journey through learning, education, and all other aspects of life. It is an occupation or profession undertaken which usually involves training and teaching followed by one’s lifework.


A career cannot be achieved without hard work; To build a promising career and a bright future, a person needs to be hardworking, educated, and trained.


To be successful and have a career, a person must be passionate and interested in the chosen occupation or profession. The person must work with joy and excitement, enjoy the work the person is doing, and be determined.


A great career is whatever job you have that makes you want to work every morning, and it’s never about the pay or benefits.


Create different opportunities for a promising career because prospects don’t happen just like that, but you create them.


Always never give up on anything and go on with the choice that scares you because that’s the one that is going to help you grow, and in case of failures, don’t stop, keep going because failures are a part of life, if you don’t fail, you don’t learn if you don’t learn you’ll never change.


“FAILURE IS NOT THE OPPOSITE OF SUCCESS; IT’S A PART OF SUCCESS.”


Work hard and build the foundation strong to build a great career and never accept defeat without trying and have confidence in yourself and at the end you will surely get success.


“THERE ARE NO SECRETS TO SUCCESS; IT IS THE RESULTS OF PREPARATION, HARD WORK, AND LEARNING FROM FAILURE.”


Nothing is impossible in this world; the word itself says I’m possible !!!!


DEAR PEOPLE, LET US TRY AND BE SERIOUS IN OUR LIFE AND BE FOCUSED TO ACHIEVE THE FRUITS SWEET IN THE FUTURE. ALL THE BEST.

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Artificial Intelligence Chips Market Trends, Dynamics & Market Insights: 2021-2026


Artificial intelligence chip is known as silicon chip which integrates AI technology to minimize human errors and solve computational & mathematical problems. The artificial intelligence chips are designed to handle large and parallel systems effectively. Artificial intelligence chips address the increasing necessity for faster processing due to enabled machine learning.


The Artificial Intelligence Chips Market is projected to grow from USD 7.6 billion in 2020 to USD 70.9 billion by 2026 at a CAGR of around 42.3% during the forecast period.


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