Monthly Archives: January 2010

The Papyrus gynecologic

The Papyrus gynecologic Kahun (part of the Papyrus of Kahun) is the oldest known medical text (dated about 1800 BC), which deals with women’s affections – gynecological diseases, fertility, pregnancy, contraception, etc. . This text is divided into thirty-four sections, each of which addresses a specific problem with the diagnosis and treatment, without suggesting any predictions. None of the treatment is surgical, only include the use of medications on the affected body part or ingestion. The matrix is sometimes treated as a source of suffering that manifest in other parts of the body. According to Suda, the ancient Greek physician from Ephesus Soranus practiced in Alexandria and later in Rome. He was the chief representative of the medical school known as the Methodists. His treatise Gynaikeia still exists (with a Latin translation of the sixth century written by Muscio, a doctor from the same school).

Dogs understand about 150 words

Any dog owner has tried on occasion to convince all and sundry what is your pet list, but now also know that some can count to five, they understand more than 150 words and even try to lure humans to their advantage. These are the conclusions of the psychologist and dog expert Stanley Coren research, the University of British Columbia, speaking at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association to discuss “how dogs think. Coren, author of books about dogs and their behavior, has reviewed numerous studies to conclude that the best friend of man’s ability to solve complex problems and is more similar to men and other great apes than previously thought. Intelligence depends on the breed “Their impressive moments of brilliance and creativity are a reminder that perhaps they are not ‘Einsteins’ but are probably closer to humans than we think,” he said. Coren said, according to various behavioral measures, “the dog’s mental capacities are close to those of a child from two to two and half years. He also assured that intelligence varies with the type of dog and that race determines some of the differences between animals. Thus, explained that there are three types of dog intelligence: instinctive, adaptive (the ability to learn from the environment to solve problems) and working and obedience (the equivalent of “school learning”). Data of 208 dogs in the U.S. and Canada showed that in the “working and obedience intelligence” the border collie is “number one” followed by the poodle and thirdly the German Shepherd. The list of the smartest dogs complete with the golden retriever, the doberman, a shepherd shetland (like the collie) and the farmer, as ranked by Coren. The dog who knew 200 words The expert also said that a normal dog can learn about 165 words, including signs, and more “intelligent”, number 250. Coren said the maximum capacity of learning words based on the study of ‘Rico’, one can learn that showed 200 words spoken and have a high capacity and speed of learning.


And as for manga magazines, also known as’ manga magazines “or” anthology magazines “, I must say that their spins are spectacular: At least ten of them spend a million copies a week. Shonen Jump is the best-selling magazine, with 6 million copies each week. Shonen Magazine followed with 4 million. Other well-known manga magazines is Shonen Sunday, Big Comic Original, shonen gangan, Ribon, Nakayoshi, Young Animal, Shojo Beat and Lala. Manga magazines are weekly or monthly publications between 200 and 900 pages on which they attend many different series in turn consist of 20 to 40 pages per issue. These magazines are usually printed on low quality paper and black and white except the cover and usually a few pages from the start. They also contain several stories of four panels. If proved successful manga series are published for several years.Its chapters can be collected in volumes of about 200 pages called tank bon, which collect 10 or 11 chapters that appeared in magazines before. The paper and inks are better quality, and who has been attracted to a particular story of the magazine will buy it when it goes on sale in the form of tank bon. They have recently been printed versions ‘luxury’ for those readers who seek a higher quality print and looking for something special. For orientation, magazines cost around 200 or 300 yen (just under 2 or 3 euros) and tank bon cost about 400 yen (3.50 euro). Another theme that has emerged about the proliferation of file sharing over the Internet is the digital format that allows reading on a computer or similar denominated e-comic. The most commonly used formats for this are the. Cbr and. Cbz, they really are compressed files (in rar and zip, respectively) with images in common formats (jpeg and gif mostly) inside.It is also usually distributed as single images or also in pdf or lit.


Wind energy is one of many future technologies in which Spain plays an important role. Spain is the second largest wind energy producer in Europe after Germany, with production levels very similar the United States, is also among the three countries that produce more energy in the world in this field. This is because a stable regulatory framework, a better knowledge of resources, and better technology, which has resulted in a considerable reduction of the initial investment, maintenance and exploitation. ” In 2006, Spain had installed wind energy capacity of 11,615 MW, making it the second country in the world terms of production, along with the U.S., only behind Germany. In 2005, the Government of Spain approved a new national law with the aim of reaching 20,000 MW of production in 2012.On 8 November 2009 was recorded highs of wind energy production: 11,620 MW of instantaneous power, wind energy production 11,429 MWh and 251,543 MWh of hourly wind production daily, 44.9 of the electricity demand of the day. The previous maximum instantaneous power, 11,203 MW occurred on 5 March this year, while production hourly and daily wind took place on 22 January 2009, with 11,074 MWh and 234,059 MWh, respectively. On January 14, 2010 at 1:50 hours, I get to get 11,653 MWh. This is a power greater than that produced by the seven nuclear plants in Spain totaling 8 reactors and which together generate 7742.32 MW.

What is corporate social responsibility

There are many places where you can learn these concepts.Wikipedia defines CSR as: active and voluntary contribution to improving social, economic and environmental issues by companies with the aim of improving their competitive position and value and added value. Here, I highlight three general types of CSR do well. The first is that, apart from its enforcement of laws, of course, the company can fulfill its social responsibility in doing what it does well and better business in all parts of its business, including its treatment of employees, customers and suppliers.As to their suppliers, can help and encourage them to also follow the same paths of CSR, always beyond the laws that are required to comply. In countries where laws are less stringent or nonexistent, in terms of social responsibility, companies can follow the highest standards in these countries and help raise levels of CSR for all firms. This is the RSC in its business directly and it is the obligation of the company. The second is that the company can use technology, knowledge, infrastructure business to participate in activities outside their company to do well.For example, a technology company can take the technology developed in its normal business use, or allow its use in activities that are not part of your business. This activity is not the company’s daily requirement but may be beneficial for the company to meet. The third is pure charity, where he used company funds to help the disadvantaged. Companies should make the first, can do the second and the third should allow for its shareholders.

The Ottawa Charter

The Ottawa Charter Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion is a document prepared by the World Health Organization, at the First International Conference on Health Promotion held in Ottawa, Canada in 1986. The first International Conference on Health Promotion held in Ottawa on November 21, 1986 issuing the letters addressed to the goal “Health for All by the Year 2000”. This conference was primarily a response to the growing demand for a new conception of public health in the world. While discussions focused on the needs of industrialized countries, also took into account the problems that affect other regions. The conference took as its starting point the progress made after the Conference of Alma-Ata on primary health care, the paper “The Goals of Health for All” of the World Health Organization, and the debate on intersectoral action for health held recently in the World Health Assembly.

Literature Because

Literature Because it is a place of great movement of people and goods, the beach at Sanl car is appointed by Cervantes in Chapter II and III of the first part of Don Quixote (1605), as a place of rogues and thieves thought host Castilian he called him for having been like an upright Castile, although he was an Andalusian, and the beach of Sanlucar, Caco thief no less, no less thug that student or a page … Also in Sanl car apocryphal Quixote episodes pass an anonymous French Continued new and true history and the adventures of the incomparable Don Quixote, published between 1722 and 1726. Stresses in the nineteenth century Louis Egu laz, as poet and playwright. Among his operettas, The Subiza Miller (1870) with music teacher Oudrid remains in force the Navy anthem or “Hail, star of the seas.Iris of eternal happiness … “Around the 1920s, Sanlucar and chamomile are recurrent theme in the work of the brothers Manuel and Antonio Machado. The novel by Jos Luis Acquaroni Cup shadow, which was awarded the National Literature in 1977, takes place in Puerto de Santa Maria de Chimneys “imaginary place name behind which lies the town of Sanlucar de Barrameda. In 1979, Antonio Gala, as the maintainer of the literary contest of the Feast of Exaltation of V Rio Guadalquivir, delivered a speech laden with the beautiful andalucismo own in those years. The journalist and writer Eduardo Mendicutti Sanl car, refers in his narrative more or less veiled imaginary part of Sanl car, including places, characters, expressions, customs , gastronomy, etc.. Examples include the novels The pigeon lame and Kiss of the Cossack.Examples of popular Andalusian poetic repertoire that speak of Sanl car are: For alcarrazas Chiclana, for wheat Trebujena and pretty girls, Sanlucar de Barrameda In Jerez, as in Sanl car, who does not work no chow In Sanl car, by tuna and the duke Main article: The camomile in the literature

History The

History The cotton mills of New Lanark were built in 1786. David Dale was one of the self-made men of Glasgow who owned a house in Cambuslang, not far from the falls of Clyde, painted by numerous artists including Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851). He built a dam upstream of New Lanark and the river was redirected to feed the machines of the factories. The water passed through first a tunnel, then driving lade open call. Until 1929 the latter was not replaced by a turbine waterwheel. A new turbine was installed later and is still used to supply electricity tourist areas of town. In 1799, Dale sold the mills to his son, Robert Owen, who went on his father’s philanthropic focus on the work at the factory and became so influential a socialist reformer. New Lanark, with its social programs, became a symbol of utopian socialism (also known as Owen).New Lanark had about 2,500 inhabitants, the majority coming from public houses put up for the poor (or poorhouse) in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Although the working conditions of the factories were by far the most difficult, Owen could not find them satisfactory and decided to improve the situation of workers. Particular attention was paid to the needs of 500 children living and working in factories, and in 1816 he opened the first school in Britain for young children. The quality of the residences of the village was progressively improved. In the mid-nineteenth century, an entire family could live in one room, but between this period and early twentieth century, families could gradually dispose of several rooms. But it was only after 1933 when the homes were equipped with sinks and cold water taps. During this same year, former communal toilets located on the outside toilets were replaced inside residential buildings.Since 1898, owners of the town provided free electricity to all residences, just enough to illuminate a small light bulb in each room. The current was cut at 22 every night except Saturday when the inhabitants benefited from an extraordinary hour. In 1955, New Lanark was connected to the national grid. The plants flourished on the trade front, but Owen’s partners complained about the additional expenses resulting from social programs. Rejecting a return to the old methods, Owen bought back parts of its partners. New Lanark was celebrated throughout Europe, and many aristocrats, statesmen and reformers visited factories. They were surprised by the discovery of a thriving industrial environment, healthy, having a workforce happy and energetic, all forming a viable commercial project.Owen’s philosophy ran counter to mainstream thinking of the time, but went on to show that there was no need for an industrial company to treat their workers without regard for profit. Owen was able to present visitors the excellent quality of the residences of the people and the comfort provided, as well as accounts by testing the profitability of the factories. Besides being linked to social reforms, these factories also symbolize the industrial revolution that took place in Britain during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries that fundamentally changed the face of the world. The poor state of New Lanark in 1983. In 1825, control of New Lanark became the Walker family. The Walkers were responsible for managing the town until 1881, when it was sold to Birkmyre and Sommerville. They retained ownership of the people first then themselves through the companies that were followed until the closure of factories in 1968. After the close, people began to leave town, and buildings deteriorated.In 1975 he founded the New Lanark Conservation Trust in order to prevent the demolition of the village. Today, most buildings have been restored and the town became a major tourist attraction.

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German immigration to Argentina, Queen of the German community elected to the National Immigrant Festival in Ober , Province of Misiones When he came the first wave of German scientists in Argentina during the decade before 1914, had already found a great community Germany established in the country. Between 1885 and World War Argentina’s population doubled with the arrival of over 3 million European immigrants, 100,000 of whom spoke German. Many surnames of Germanic immigrants of the twentieth century still reverberate to this day as Altgelt, Born, Braun, Bracht, Bunge, Bullrich, Frers, Holmberg, Klappenbach, Mallmann, Meyer, Seeber, Stegmann, Tornquist, Zimmermann, Zuberbuhler and others who make up anything Unless the country’s traditional families. Began to form strong German communities in Argentina, and especially in Buenos Aires they did with their own schools, hospitals, shops, theaters, sports clubs and banks.Many of these Germans, who came directly from Germany and settled in the capital was absorbed in the upper middle class in Argentina, and maintained strong links with German culture, German offering high quality education for their children were not in a situation disadvantage if he returned to Germany. German immigration to Argentina was held for 5 main time periods: before 1870, from 1870 to 1914, from 1918 to 1933, from 1933 to 1940 and then 1945. During the first period, until 1870, immigration to Argentina was generally low, and grew over time. Hence, the existence of the “German colonies” inside the country, a remarkable phenomenon in the history of immigration in the country despite being a common practice among immigrants of German origin. During the second period, from 1870 to 1914, Argentina experienced a boom in immigration due to economic expansion and the production of wheat and beef from the pampas.In this time frame, developed by several institutions, which are often discussed in academic studies, such as newspapers, schools and social clubs. Nevertheless, once in Argentina, German immigrants developed a new Germanic identity in Argentina. An example can be found in studies of Argentinisches Tageblatt, which was founded by a Swiss immigrant, but in the 1930s, became the main forum of the German anti-Nazis from Argentina, and exiles Reich. In this time period was given also the arrival of the Volga Germans to the country, a village of farmers who migrated en masse to settle in the interior provinces. During the third period, after a pause during the First World War, immigration to Argentina again and spokesmen continued Germans came into their larger numbers.This can be attributed to increased immigration restrictions in the United States and Brazil, as well as declining conditions in the post World War in Europe. This period is of particular interest because while older groups of germanoparlantes beginning to feel the cultural crisis owing to assimilationist policies of the Argentine state, the new arrivals brought new life to German cultural institutions such as the aforementioned newspaper, and created new. Between 1905 and 1933, the number of German schools rose from 59 to 176. Source Wealth Germany Agropecuaria Argentina in Buenos Aires Plaza, presented by the German community the people of Argentina on the occasion of the centenary celebrations of the Revolution of May during the fourth period, from 1933 to 1940, Argentina experienced another increase in immigration germanoparlante, most of whom were exiled German regime.In total, some 45,000 Germans came at this time were skilled labor, and unlike the Volga Germans, who settled in Buenos Aires. From 1933 to 1945, the Germans make up 28 of total immigration to Argentina (counting only German citizens, not including the ethnic Germans who were already registered under other nationalities). The fifth and final category of German immigration to Argentina means the period following World War II. The numbers are not as great as in the past and concepts of cultural and linguistic acculturation and persistence are not addressed in the same way. These groups no longer gathered to get involved more openly and mass culture. Moreover, because of the post-World War II, and the consequences that it entailed Germanophobia in many cases, the assimilation process took place much faster. The first printing press in Argentine territory was the work of the German Jesuit Fr

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Medical Center of Mar del Plata – Library. Rep.: Ms. Leticia Lizondo and Bibl.Doc. Andrea Blondeau ( ) National University of Mar del Plata. School of Psychology. PSICOCEDOC – Documentation Center. Ans Saquil n Veronica ( ) Physiotherapists Circle District IX. Library. Ans Bibl.Doc. Veronica Iglesias. ( ) Clinic May 25. Library. Ans Bibl.Doc. Iris Bordoy. ( ) Columbus Clinic. Library. Rep.: Ms. Silvana Loza n and Bibl.Doc. Alicia Garcia. Fracture and Orthopedic Clinic. Library. Clinical Pueyrred n. Library. Ans: Miss Lorna Bozzacchi. College of Psychologists District X. Ans: Bibl. Mariela Doc Lamas. ( ) General Hospital Acute Interzonal Dr. Oscar Alende. Library. Ans Bibl.Doc.Iris Bordoy. ( ) Community Private Hospital. Library. Rep.: Ms. Patricia Diez. National Institute of Epidemiology. Library. Ans Bibl.Doc. Maria Victoria Dalbuquerque. ( ) Universidad Atl ntida Argentina. Library. Ans: Marcela Bibl.Doc Ravera. ( ) Universidad FASTA. Library. Ans: Mr. Jos Ravasi and Mr. Ariel Barrios. ( ) Is the Cooperating Node RENICS – National Information Network in Health Sciences.