Exposure to the sun’s UV radiation is a key factor in causing premature skin aging known as photoaging that leads to wrinkles, skin roughness, loss of skin elasticity and mottled pigmentation. Peptide M contains the same proteins and polysaccharides as the skin – and they act together to improve skin structure, hydration, texture and elasticity.
Peptide N, one of Celergen’s ingredients is a marine protein hydrolysate proven to reduce the dietary glycemic index or GI. Glucose that enters the blood from food is used for energy production in the body’s cells, while excess glucose is transformed into fat and stored for later use. Blood samples were taken from each volunteer to assess levels of glucose, insulin and other biomarkers in the fasting state and 7 times after each meal, for up to 240 minutes.
This study found that Peptide N supplementation resulted in a significantly blunted blood glucose response than with fish fillet protein or soy protein isolate, lowering the risk of obesity and alleviating symptoms of type II diabetes. Medgadget was skeptical about this device, but acknowledged that if successful it can tale over the blood prick market for diabetics. If you didn’t take the time to watch the New York City Health Dept video above, please watch just the first few minutes to get an idea of how easy it is to drink 93 packets of sugar a day – that is the biggest piece of the pie above – 35.7% of sugar is consumed in beverages. Erythritol, classified as a sugar alcohol (although it is neither a sugar or an alcohol), has the most attractive profile as a widely useable sweetener among all the sugar alcohols. Products using Erythritol are not only substitutes for the empty calories and rapid blood-sugar spiking attributes of sugar and HFCS, but also as a substitute for sugar’s close relatives: honey, brown sugar, molasses, fructose, maple sugar, powdered sugar and agave.
For more information about Erythritol, see Erythritol the Coming Alternative to Simple Sugars, Making our Sweet Seeking Taste Buds Happy, Reply to “The Dirty Little Secret of Sugar Free Products,” and What is Erythritol? Bake in the preheated oven for 15 minutes, then turn the potatoes over with a spatula, and continue baking until the sweet potatoes are golden and tender, 10 to 15 minutes more. Mnemonic devices should probably not be used for memorizing concepts because they are designed to sidestep the deep meaning of a given material.
Repetition: Mnemonic devices demand active participation and a constant repetition of the material to be memorized.
Association: New knowledge is more effectively stored in the long term memory when it is associated with anything that is familiar. Read the chapter for background information so that you will understand the next class lecture. Read the chapter for information so that you will understand the lecture that you already heard and can add information to class notes. Your purpose for reading often goes hand in hand with the type of testing in the class and the type of homework or papers that you have to complete. Students often complain that they don't like to read the text because it is not Interesting. Create questions before you read, pretend they are real test questions, and you must know the answers to pass the class. The Difficulty of the reading material can encourage or discourage a student from studying the text. Get a tutor for the class so that the difficult parts can be explained to help you understand the information. How to do a Mind Map Mind mapping (or concept mapping) involves writing down a central idea and thinking up new and related ideas which radiate out from the center. Look for relationships Use lines, colors, arrows, branches or some other way of showing connections between the ideas generated on your mind map. Draw quickly on unlined paper without pausing, judging or editing All of these things promote linear thinking and the idea of mind mapping is to think creatively and in a non-linear manner.
Use capitals The idea of using capitals is to encourage you to get down only the key points.
Put main idea in the center Most students find it useful to turn their page on the side and do a mind map in "landscape" style. Leave lots of space Some of the most useful mind maps are those which are added to over a period of time. In the teaching and learning of Biology (or any science subject), concepts do not exist in isolation. Laboratory values provide healthcare professionals with essential clues about the patient’s condition and the medical interventions needed for his full recovery.
Complete blood count is one of the most basic laboratory examinations to determine the status of the patient’s health. On the other hand, if the total RBC count is above normal, polycythemia vera may be present. High Level:    Dehydration, cigarette smoking, congenital heart disease, pulmonary fibrosis, renal cell carcinoma, polycythemia vera. Low Level:     Bleeding, anemia, malnutrition, overhydration, hemolysis, erythropoietin deficiency, leukemia, multiple myeloma, porphyria, thalassemia, sickle cell anemia. Drugs that may decrease RBC count: Quinidine, hydantoins, chloramphenicol, chemotherapeutic drugs. High hemoglobin levels are usually present among people living in high altitude levels and among smokers.
High Level:    Dehydration, cigarette smoking, polycythemia vera, tumors, erythropoietin abuse, lung diseases, blood doping. Low Level:     Nutritional deficiencies, blood loss, renal problems, sickle cell anemia, bone marrow suppression, leukemia, lead poisoning, Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Drugs that may decrease hemoglobin: Aspirin, antibiotics, sulfonamides, trimethadione, anti-neoplastic drugs, indomethacin, doxapram, rifampin and primaquine. High Level:    Dehydration, hypoxia, cigarette smoking, polycythemia vera, tumors, erythropoietin abuse, lung diseases, blood doping, erythrocytosis, cor pulmonale. Low Level:     Overhydration, nutritional deficiencies, blood loss, bone marrow suppression, leukemia, lead poisoning, Hodgkin’s lymphoma, chemotherapy treatment.
High Level:    Cancer, allergic reactions, polycythemia vera, recent spleen removal, chronic myelogenous leukemia, inflammation, secondary thombocytosis. Low Level:     Viral infection, aplastic anemia, leukemia, alcoholism, vitamin B12 and folic acid deficiency, systemic lupus erythematosus, hemolytic uremic condition, HELLP syndrome, disseminated intravascular coagulopathy, vasculitis, sepsis, splenic sequestration, cirrhosis. Drugs that may decrease platelet: Aspirin, hydroxyurea, anagrelide, chemotherapeutic drugs, statins, ranitidine, quinidine, tetracycline, vancomycin, valproic acid, sulfonamides, phenytoin, piperacillin, penicillin, pentoxifylline, omeprazole, nitroglycerin. White blood cells, also known as leukocytes, defend the body against infections and other foreign bodies.
High Level:    Infections, cigarette smoking, leukemia, inflammatory diseases, tissue damage, severe physical or mental stress.
Low Level:     Autoimmune disorders, bone marrow deficiencies, viral diseases, liver problems, spleen problems, severe bacterial infections, radiation therapy. Drugs that may increase white blood cells: Corticosteroids, heparin, beta adrenergic agonists, epinephrine, granulocyte colony-stimulating factor, lithium. Drugs that may decrease white blood cells: Diuretics, chemotherapeutic drugs, histamine-2 blockers, captopril, anticonvulsants, antibiotics, antithyroid drugs, quinidine, chlorpromazine, terbinafine, clozapine, sulfonamides, ticlopidine. Pink to reddish – consumption of beets, rhubarb or blueberries, mercury poisoning, tumors, kidney diseases, prostate problems, UTI. Blue or green – consumption of asparagus, genetic disorders, excess calcium, heartburn medications, multivitamins.
Once the strip is dipped into the urine, there will be some changes in the color of the partitions.
Albumin is usually the first type of protein compound excreted in the urine whenever there is a kidney problem. The presence of blood in the urine is called hematuria and this usually happens when there is an injury in the urinary tract.
On the other hand, when there are many white blood cells present in the urine the leukocyte esterase level elevates and it could be detected in strips. Bilirubin is a part of bile which is the yellow fluid secreted into the intestines to aid in digestion.
When bacterial infection is present in the urinary tract, the bacterial flora can convert the urine’s nitrate compound to nitrite. In microscopic examination, the urine sample is centrifuged so sediments will settle at the bottom and the clear part can be discarded. RBCs are present in the urine sample of a person with severe urinary tract infection, renal disorders, urinary tract injuries and inflammation. In a normal urine specimen, there are few epithelial cells that can be seen under microscopic examination. Casts are cylindrically shaped particles formed from coagulated protein secreted by renal cells.
Crystals can be formed from the solutes of the urine especially if the urine is concentrated or when the pH is too high or too low.
Low Level:     Anorexia nervosa, malnutrition, diarrhea, vomiting, poorly managed diabetes, hyperaldosteronism.
Drugs that may increase potassium: ACE inhibitors, beta blockers, NSAIDs, potassium-sparing diuretics. Drugs that may decrease potassium: Amphotericin B, gentamicin, carbenicillin, corticosteroids, beta-adrenergic agonists, potassium-wasting diuretics. Sodium reflects a part of renal function as kidneys are responsible for the elimination of sodium from the body.
High Level: Cushing syndrome, diabetes insipidus, excessive fluid loss, malnutrition, dehydration.
Drugs that may increase sodium: NSAIDs, laxatives, birth control pills, corticosteroids and lithium.
Together with sodium, potassium and carbon dioxide, chloride maintains the normal acid-base balance of the body through balancing body fluids. High Level:    Diarrhea, metabolic acidosis, compensated respiratory alkalosis, renal tubular acidosis, bromide poisoning, kidney diseases, Cushing syndrome, hyperventilation.
Low Level:     Malnutrition, vitamin D deficiency, hypoparathyroidism, low blood level of albumin, kidney failure, magnesium deficiency, liver disease, osteomalacia, pancreatitis.

Drugs that may increase calcium: Lithium, tamoxifen, thiazides, calcium supplements, vitamin D supplements. Magnesium is important in muscle and nerve functions, blood pressure regulation and immune system. Although half of magnesium in the body is stored in bones, magnesium can also be found in cells of organs and body tissues. High Level:    Oliguria, dehydration, Addison disease, chronic renal failure, diabetic acidosis. Low Level:     Chronic diarrhea, alcoholism, hemodialysis, ulcerative colitis, delirium tremens, hypoparathyroidism, hyperaldosteronism, hepatic cirrhosis, pancreatitis, toxemia of pregnancy.
Drugs that may decrease magnesium: Insulin, antiarrhythmic drugs, digoxin amiodarone, sotalol, quinidine, bretylium,  strophanthin, diuretics, isoproterenol. Phosphorus is involved in the intracellular metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
Drugs that may decrease phosphorous: Antacids, diuretics, corticosteroids, anticonvulsants, ACE inhibitors, insulin. BUN can also reflect protein tolerance, hydration status, degree of catabolism and risk of uremic syndrome. High Level: Hypovolemia, excessive protein levels in the gastrointestinal tract, congestive heart failure, gastrointestinal bleeding, heart attack, urinary tract obstruction, glomerulonephritis, pyelonephritis, acute tubular necrosis, kidney failure, shock. Drugs that may increase BUN: Allopurinol, furosemide, indomethacin, cisplatin, methyldopa, propanolol, tetracyclines, rifampin, vancomycin, thiazide diuretics, gentamycin, carbamazepine, aminoglycosides, amphotericin B. High Level: Preeclampsia, dehydration, renal problems, rhabdomyolysis, blocked urinary tract, myasthenia gravis, hyperthyroidism, muscular dystrophy. Drugs that may increase creatinine: Aminoglycosides, methicillin, amphotericin B, cistplatin, dextran,cyclosporine, gallium, lithium, hydroxyurea, methoxyflurane, nitrofurantoin, plicamycin, pentamidine, streptozocin.
Over time, fine lines, wrinkles, dilated capillaries and age spots visibly reduce, reversing sun damage. Peptide N has been shown to prevent unhealthy body fat accumulation, which aids in maintaining a healthy body weight and reducing the risk of obesity, whilst alleviating symptoms of type II diabetes. Each volunteer consumed these proteins in random order, always as part of composite meals of similar macronutrient composition with a 1-week gap between each meal. In other clinical studies, Peptide N has also been shown to reduce the appetite and promote satiety via its actions on metabolic hormones.
Moreover, clinical laboratory studies show that there is a quantitative correlation between glucose content in blood and acetone concentration in the exhaled air.
One thing is for sure, there is big market for glucose monitors for diabetic patients that companies can tap into.  Whichever company can eliminate the pain of pricking the finger could sweep the market, if product is affordable to the consumer.
Grandma’s post earlier this week, Singing Get Off Your SoFAS, (I guess singing is a common them this week), she discusses the new USDA’s Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010.
Based on research reported in The American Medical Journal, 62.1% of all bankruptcies in 2007 were medical related. The problem of overconsumption of sugar is so dire, The City of New York Health Department released a video on the dangers of sugar (you may have to scroll down a tad). Both honey and agave have 60 – 64 calories per tablespoon; which is compared to 45 for table sugar.
Drizzle with the olive oil, then sprinkle them with Delight, paprika, black pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, poultry seasoning, chili powder, and cayenne pepper. To help you "work smarter" at developing your science vocabulary try "dissecting" words into their prefixes, roots and suffixes. Well after learning a couple standard prefixes, root words and suffixes, you can start "backwards" translating many unfamiliar words as you read them for the first time, increasing your reading comprehension, understanding of the main idea, shortening the amount of time you have to poor into extra studying. This repetition is not passively repeating words, but instead it is meaningful practice which involves familiarizing yourself with a list, trying to memorize it, duplicating it, and then checking it yourself. Mnemonic focus on association and with a little creativity, your associations will be so bizarre that you can't help but remember them. Sentence: When the list must be memorized in order, make a sentence out of the initial letters of the words you are trying to memorize.
Grouping: When you have a lot of material to be memorized, break it down into small subgroups. In many cases this is a true statement, but it doesn't remove the fact that in many classes if you do not read the text, you will not pass the class. Make each student responsible for reading and teaching the concepts from their section to the other members of the group.
Concentrate on the reading for twenty minutes, and then take a small break, then twenty minutes more of focused reading. By focusing on key ideas written down in your own words, and then looking for branches out and connections between the ideas, you are mapping knowledge in a manner which will help you understand and remember new information. These relationships may be important in you understanding new information or in constructing a structured essay plan. There will be plenty of time for modifying the information later on but at this stage it is important to get every possibility into the mind map. With the main idea or topic in the middle of the page this gives the maximum space for other ideas to radiate out from the center. After the initial drawing of the mind map you may wish to highlight things, add information or add questions for the duration of a subject right up until exam time. Teaching a topic In constructing concept maps, difficult concepts can be clarified and can be arranged in a systematic order.
Reinforce understanding Using concept maps can reinforce students' understanding and learning. Check learning and identify misconception The use of concept maps can also assist teachers in evaluating the process of teaching. Rank the concepts (key words) from the most abstract and inclusive to the most concrete and specific. Cluster concepts that function at similar level of abstraction and those that interrelate closely.
Put all your class notes, assignments, notes from reading and other material in this notebook. As nurses are the first-line responders to the healthcare needs of patients, we should always be familiar with the common laboratory values and how to interpret them. It can help diagnose conditions such as infections, autoimmune disorders, anemia and other blood diseases. They circulate in the bloodstream and bind together to form a clot over the damaged blood vessel. In general, there are five types of white blood cells – neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils and basophils. Although the result of urinalysis cannot directly pinpoint the disease that may be present, it is often used as a supportive examination in diagnosing illnesses.
This strip has partitions impregnated by different chemicals that correspond to certain substances present in the urine, so abnormalities will be detected.
Therefore, consumption of acidic or basic foods as well as the occurrence of any condition in the body that produces acids or bases will directly affect the pH of the urine.  In some circumstances, too acidic or basic urine produces crystals. Other types of protein compounds are not detectable in dip stick test and can be measured through a different urine protein test. However, in some circumstances the renal threshold allows the excretion of glucose in the urine when the blood glucose levels are too high. Ketones are by-products of fat metabolism and they form whenever there is not enough carbohydrates present for energy production. Other conditions that may induce hematuria include cigarette smoking, strenuous exercise, kidney problems and trauma. Normally, there are white blood cells present in the urine, but they are so few that there is no leukocyte esterase detectable in dip stick test. However, the detection of nitrite in the urine is not used as a sole basis for the determination of UTI as some people can still have UTI with a negative nitrite result.
It can also reflect improper urine sample collection as in the case of urine specimen contaminated by vaginal secretions. However, in cases of severe urinary tract infection, inflammation and malignancies, there will be increased number of epithelial cells in the urine.
However, in cases of urinary tract infection and improper urine collection, microorganisms such as bacteria, yeast and trichomonads can be found under microscopic examination. Examples of casts that are not typically present in the urine include leucine, cystine and tyrosine. For this reason, a standard calcium test can be misleading and determination of ionized calcium is recommended.
Magnesium levels are determined whenever there are changes in motor functions or when patients are suspected for metabolic diseases. It also participates in the production of ATP which is the chemical compound that supplies energy to the cell. This test is used to determine the adequacy of renal function but it may also produce false-positive result as it is dependent on renal blood flow, protein metabolism, catabolism, drugs and diet. Whenever there is an elevation in serum creatinine levels, renal dysfunction is usually suspected since the kidneys are responsible for the excretion of creatinine in the body. She is working as a staff nurse in the pediatric ward of a private city hospital for more than two years. Second, frequent sharp, prolonged peaks of blood glucose and insulin (from high GI foods) are known to increase risk for insulin resistance and type II diabetes.
The Easy Check breath glucose test measures the levels of acetone in a patient’s exhaled breath.
The research shows that 92% of these medical debtors had medical debts over 10% of pretax family income. They wanted to make an impact about the dangers of eating too much sugar and this video does.

Please note that sugar and saturated fat are often combined with refined grains to create a dessert that will send your blood sugar level sky rocketing – while your body receives no nutritional value. It is on the FDA GRAS (Generally Regarded as Safe) list and has been used by humans for thousands of years. Because they are a little sweeter than sugar, it brings the calories to about the same as sugar, in order to achieve the same sweetness. He has learned how to successfully manage his weight and his blood sugar levels through exercise and the good tasting nutritious foods that Dr. There are many online tools that you can find to help you with your vocabulary development. This process acts as a holding pattern while links are found to retain the information permanently. Example: Thirty days has September, April, June, and November, all the rest have thirty one except February. Example: if you want to learn the different types of tastes (Bitter, Sour, Salty, Sweet) you might use the sentence mnemonic Bill Savors Sour Sweets. If you avoid the text because of lack of interest, you need to take some action to make the reading bearable.
Be aware that the part of the chapter you learn the best will be the part that you teach the others. You have little control over the choice of the text, but you do have options if the reading is difficult.
By personalizing the map with your own symbols and designs you will be constructing visual and meaningful relationships between ideas which will assist in your recall and understanding.
Sometimes it is one of those obscure possibilities that may become the key to your knowledge of a topic. Using concept maps in teaching helps teachers to be more aware of the key concepts and relationship among them.
They can assess the students' achievement by identifying misconception and missing concepts. As you practice doing the job the right way you will improve in your skill and it will be easier and less burdensome for you. On the other hand, low hemoglobin levels may be present in a variety of blood diseases like sickle cell disease and thalassemia. Determining platelet count is vital in assessing patients for tendencies of bleeding and thrombosis. The total number of white blood cells is often used as indicator of bacterial and viral infections.
A standard urinalysis involves three stages – visual exam, dipstick test and microscopic exam. If cloudiness and unpleasant odor are present, there might be infection in the urinary tract system. Determining specific gravity is useful when you want to detect a particular substance in the urine sample. Conditions that usually produce high amounts of protein in the urine include preeclampsia, multiple myeloma, inflammation, urinary tract injuries, malignancies and other disorders that destroy red blood cells. The conditions that can cause glucosuria are pregnancy, diabetes mellitus, liver diseases and hormonal disorders.
Ketones also form when insulin levels are not enough to initiate carbohydrate metabolism so the body just uses fat in order to produce the energy needed for daily activities.
It should not be present in a normal urine sample but once detected, it can reflect the presence of liver diseases. High urobilinogen levels in the urine can signify liver diseases and other conditions that can cause RBC destruction. The sediments observed under the microscope are measured in terms of per lower power field (LPF) or per high power field (HPF). Elevated number of epithelial cells can also signify improper collection of urine specimen, especially if it is not collected using the midstream-catch technique. Results should be correlated clinically as these microorganisms are also present externally in the genitals. When there are kidney problems present, the casts have different components inside like RBCs or WBCs. The movement of nutrients into the cell and the transport of waste products out of the cell are also mediated by potassium. Patients are tested for serum sodium levels in cases of dehydration, edema, abnormal blood pressure levels and changes in motor functions. On the other hand, a gradual release of blood glucose (from low GI foods) does not affect this risk and also delays hunger pangs. The remaining 8% of bankruptcies resulted from loss of significant income due to illness or mortgaging a home to pay medical bills.
In this case sugar includes high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), white sugar, brown sugar, corn syrup, corn syrup solids, raw sugar, malt syrup, maple syrup, pancake syrup, fructose sweetener, liquid fructose, honey, molasses, agave, anhydrous dextrose, and crystal dextrose.
Grandma went to work using her knowledge as a Registered Dietitian with a PhD in Public Health to design a style of eating -- in addition to other lifestyle changes -- to get him healthy again. Remember, if you’re watching your sugar intake, agave and honey are not ‘sugar savers’ and fall in the added sugars category.
Photo- or phot- is a prefix the comes from the Greek language meaning light, and the root word -synthesis, also from the Greek for -syntithenai, meaning to put together. Some students do this when they revisit the mind map at a later date while others write in such things as assessment criteria in this way.
It was derived from Ausubel's learning theory which places central emphasis on the influence of students' prior knowledge on subsequent meaningful learning.
This helps teachers to convey a clear general picture of the topics and their relationships to their students. Before long you will be doing your work automatically.The most important thing to remember is that the notebook you keep should be YOU. Label all drawings and diagrams so that they mean something to you long after you have made them. Determining hematocrit is helpful in diagnosing and assessing blood diseases, nutritional deficiencies and hydration status. For example, if you suspect that a patient secretes small amounts of protein in the urine, the first morning-void urine is the best sample because it has high specific gravity and appears concentrated. Other conditions that produce ketones in the urine are diabetes mellitus, frequent vomiting, strenuous exercise, and high protein diet.
For people with liver problems and obvious signs of liver dysfunction, the absence of urobilinogen may indicate the presence of hepatic or biliary obstruction. Whenever potassium levels are increased or decreased, the heart rhythms are affected as signified by EKG changes. Determining serum calcium levels is important when there are existing nerve and motor dysfunctions. 5 Nursing Jobs At Home You Can Consider 6 Easy Passive Income Ideas for Busy Nurses Today's Meme: Brace Yourselves 7 Easy Stain Removal Tips Every Nurse Needs To Know 5 Things You Should Know Before Becoming a Vocational Nurse Today's Meme: Am I Going Crazy?
Erythritol is absorbed in the small intestines and excreted relatively unchanged by the kidneys and therefore doesn’t cause the gastric upset – bloating, gas and diarrhea -- that is associated with eating other sugar alcohols such as maltitol, sorbitol, isomalt, and xylitol.
According to Ausubel, "the most important single factor influencing learning is what the learner already knows. The concept map construction process requires one to think in multiple directions and to switch back and forth between different levels of abstraction. That is, it should be a complete record of everything you have done in connection with your science work.
The natural definition is clearest if you consider the word by translating it "backwards" resulting in "to put together from light".
Thus meaningful learning results when a person consciously and explicitly ties new knowledge to relevant concepts they already possess.
In attempting to identify the key and associated concepts of a particular topic or sub-topic, one will usually acquire a deeper understanding of the topic and clarification of any prior misconceptions.One big advantage of using concept maps is that it provides a visual image of the concepts under study in a tangible form which can be focused very easily.
In addition, the costs of these illnesses that Medicare and Medicaid has to pay are an enormous burden on the American taxpayer. The following pie chart from Chapter 3 of the USDA’s Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010 shows how these sugars creep into our diets. Ausubel suggests that when meaningful learning occurs, it produces a series of changes within our entire cognitive structure, modifying existing concepts and forming new linkages between concepts. This is why meaningful learning is lasting and powerful whereas rote learning is easily forgotten and not easily applied in new learning or problem solving situations which the present science curricula so advocate.The Concept map is a device for representing the conceptual structure of a subject discipline in a two dimensional form which is analogous to a road map. During the formulation process it consolidates a concrete and precise understanding of the meanings and inter-relation s of concepts. A concept, as defined by Novak, is regularity in objects or events designated by a specific label.
Concept maps are diagrammatic representations which show meaningful relationships between concepts in the form of propositions. In presenting concepts to students, teachers should never ask students to memorize prepared concept maps. Propositions are two or more concept labels linked by words which provide information on relationships or describing connections between concepts.A concept map can be considered as somewhat similar to a spider chart, an organization chart or a flow diagram. This could merely promote rote learning and so defeat the purpose of encouraging active meaningful learning on that part of the learner.
The most useful form of a concept map for teaching and learning is one arranged in a hierarchical organization which the more general and more inclusive concepts at the top of the map and the more concrete and specific ones at the bottom.

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