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2014 年 8 月 8 日  星期五   晴天


Oregon mother missing 分類: life

The death of an Oregon woman whose disappearance prompted a nearly two-week search in a rural community near Portland has been ruled a suicide, Amethyst earrings police said on Wednesday.

 
Jennifer Janelle Huston, a stay-at-home mother found dead on Tuesday in an isolated forested area 20 miles from her home in Dundee, died of asphyxiation “fairly close to the time she was reported missing,” the Newberg-Dundee Police Department said in a statement hair transplant.
 
The box of sleeping pills that surveillance videos captured Huston buying shortly before she left home for the last time on July 24 was found empty at the scene.
 
“We don't know what led Jennifer to this dark place and to this end and perhaps never will understand this nu skin hk,” Huston’s parents, Bill and Deborah Turner, said in a statement on Wednesday.
 
The mother of a 6-year-old and a toddler, Huston had complained of headaches for several days before she disappeared. Shortly after she vanished, her husband said he feared she had been in an accident near their rural community of Dundee, about 30 miles southwest of Portland.
 
Her vehicle was found Tuesday by a property owner, nu skin and it did not show signs of damage. Its fuel tank was still full, police said Wednesday.
 
In their statement, Huston’s parents thanked community members for helping with the search for their daughter and asked for privacy for themselves and other family members.


2014 年 8 月 1 日  星期五   晴天


Floating, Jingyue evening years 分類: life

The wind of the cicada, the rain is boiling summer, convey what information? The distance that a row of shaking of the poplar, the glowing sky, nu skin hk want to express what? The weeping willow silk face, brushed my face slightly itchy, to her what kind of feeling? Figure out what kind of story? The dates on the calendar in my mind -- memory red pen ring drawing No. 29, white thoughts, black footprints, step by step, with time ticking, in the night July 7th heaven.

Jingyue Xi, who, in the jade like stone under the lamp light, looked at herself in the mirror, not by her mouth a smile. Careful, wear clothes, finery dress, hand gently stroked, shoulder and a small white dust, journeying by smoothing the folding! And who, armed with wooden carving comb, comb the hair must clear nuskin hk, smooth over thinking chaos silk, exudes a breath of sunshine, full of the colors of the spirit. The notes floating in the air at night, fireflies Dianran, twinkling eyes, and look at all this.
To the pavilion, lotus floated water breath, Qin through the evening years under the night sky, double heart how much! Loose footsteps, leaves light imprinted on the stone, in the light of yarn July 7th month, such as scroll painting, layout the quiet forest, meaning how much parallelism. No time for, originally under the complex and towel dance, ups and downs, shadow brandish shadow, in the blink of an eye, bit by bit, Cellmax with go away to the moon; when the man's smile Qing Qian, sound of singing, around the head, a circle on the years, double side ear, haven't heard.
Jingyue, shed a drop of tears. Contain one love, to the moon, low recounting long heart.
Sunset years, remember a good beauty. Open the past time to lie quiet, full of affection wrote a long love letter. In this life, one cannot in the sky: die and the child into that; this world,  keep a not abandon Devotion: hold hands with you.
Xi years blowing from the breeze, mildly lingering, on the cheeks, in the ear, slowly breeze, cool sweet scattered places, such as the sweetheart with the middle finger lifted the hair, with the moonlight several world forget beautiful. Light Hui SA, beam of light Ying, Phi in men's shoulders, like a dream with the shadow, mapping the magic of the mood, hazy vision, in a clear dust, exudes the flavor of beauty. The sky on the semicircular July 7th month, what time to pick up a border line, in the two person's finger, pull up their heart? Look up look, think of sound and emotion, the joy on the bridge into the void, eyes, it also really also imaginary beauty love.


2014 年 7 月 24 日  星期四   晴天


The use of HGH increased sharply 分類: News
Experimentation with human growth hormones by America's teens more than doubled in the past year, as more young people looked to drugs to boost their athletic performance and improve their looks, according to a new, large-scale national survey.
 
In a confidential 2013 survey of 3,705 high school students, being released Wednesday by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, 11 percent reported using synthetic HGH at least once — up from about 5 percent in the four preceding annual surveys. Teen use of steroids increased from 5 percent to 7 percent over the same period, the survey found <a href="http://www.nuhart.com.hk/contact.asp" style="color:#333333; text-decoration:none;">hair transplant</a>.
 
Travis Tygart, CEO of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, depicted the numbers as alarming but not surprising, given the extensive online marketing of performance-enhancing substances and near-total lack of any drug testing for high school athletes.
 
"It's what you get when you combine aggressive promotion from for-profit companies with a vulnerable target — kids who want a quick fix and don't care about health risk," Tygart said in an interview. "It's a very easy sell, unfortunately."
 
Nine percent of teen girls reported trying synthetic HGH and 12 percent of boys.
 
"A picture emerges of teens — both boys and girls — entering a largely unregulated marketplace (online and in-store) in which performance-enhancing substances of many varieties are aggressively promoted with promises of improved muscle mass, <a href="http://www.ihktv.com/sudden-954-christinekuo.html" style="color:#333333; text-decoration:none;">nuskin hk</a> performance and appearance," said the report. "This is an area of apparently growing interest and potential danger to teens that cries out for stricter controls on manufacture and marketing."
 
Given the high cost of authentic HGH, it's possible that some of teens who reported using it may in fact have obtained fake products. As the survey said, "It's very difficult to know what exactly is in the substances teens are consuming, or what the short and long-term impact on their health may be."
 
Steve Pasierb, president of the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, said the motives of today's youthful dopers were different from the rebellious or escapist attitudes that traditionally accompanied teen drinking and pot-smoking.
 
"This is about how you feel, how you look," Pasierb said. "They're doing this thing to get ahead. ... Girls want to be thin and toned. For a lot of boys, it's about their six-pack."
 
He urged parents to talk candidly with their children about the dangers of performance-enhancing substances, but to avoid moralizing <a href="http://namiecafe.beautylife.hk/home.php?mod=space&uid=312&do=blog&id=60990" style="color:#333333; text-decoration:none;">Cellmax</a>.
 
"It's not about illegality, or whether you're a good parent or bad parent," he said. "It's a health issue. These substances literally alter your body."
 
Pasierb said high school coaches have a key role in combatting doping. Some are vigilant, other oblivious and perhaps a third are prepared to tolerate doping in the interests of winning, he said.
 
The new survey noted that the upsurge in teen HGH use occurred even as famous athletes were caught up in high-profile doping cases. Last August, Major League Baseball punished Alex Rodriguez with a lengthy suspension after investigating his use of performance-enhancing drugs. A few months earlier, Lance Armstrong admitted in a TV interview to doping throughout his cycling career.
 
One of Armstrong's former teammates is Tyler Hamilton, who was forced to return his 2004 Olympic gold medal after being found guilty of doping. In recent public appearances, Hamilton has implored young athletes to resist the temptation to dope.
 
"There's so much pressure on winning — it's tough for these kids to stay true to themselves," he said. "I can't change every kid's mind, but if I can do my part and other people do their part, we can beat this monster."
 
Tygart, who as USADA's chief oversaw investigations of Armstrong and Hamilton, noted that stringent testing regimens are an increasingly effective deterrent to doping among athletes in major pro sports and in international competitions.
 
"But most young athletes are not in any testing program, <a href="http://www.theztyle.com/home.php?mod=space&uid=65579&do=blog&id=249788" style="color:#333333; text-decoration:none;">Cellmax</a> and their chance of getting caught is zero," he said. "When left unchecked, the win-at-all-cost culture will take over and athletes will make the wrong decision."
 
Synthetic HGH is supposed to be available only by prescription, yet products claiming to contain HGH are widely promoted and enforcement of the regulations is inconsistent, Tygart said.
 
Among the groups seeking to reverse the teen doping trend is the Texas-based Taylor Hooton Foundation, named after a 17-year-old high school athlete whose suicide in 2003 was blamed by his family on his use of anabolic steroids. Its staff has spoken to thousands of young people at school assemblies and sports camps.
 
Donald Hooton Sr., Taylor's father and the foundation's president, depicted teen doping as an epidemic fueled by widespread ignorance among parents and coaches. He estimated that more than 1.5 million youths in the U.S. have tried steroids.
 
Information about teen use of performance-enhancing drugs is readily available online. The Mayo Clinic, for example, provides a list of possible hazards and side-effects, including stunted growth, acne, liver problems, shrunken testicles for boys and excess facial hair for girls.
 
The clinic urges parents to check the ingredients of over-the-counter products used by their teens, and to be on the lookout for warning signs, including increased aggressiveness, rapid weight gain, and needle marks in the buttocks or thighs.
 
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids survey also reported on other forms of substance abuse. Among its findings:
 
—Forty-four percent of teens report using marijuana at least once within their lifetime; 24 percent report using within the past month; and 7 percent report using at least 20 times within the past month. These levels have remained stable over the past five years.
 
—After a sharp increase in teen misuse and abuse of prescription drugs in 2012, the rate remained stable in 2013, with 23 percent of teens reporting such abuse or misuse at least once. Fifteen percent reported having used the prescription painkillers Vicodin or OxyContin without a prescription at some point.
 
The survey of 3,705 students in grades 9-12 was conducted at their schools between February and June of 2013.
 
The margin of error was calculated at plus or minus 2.1 percentage points.
 
Founded in 1987, the New York-based Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is a nonprofit working to reduce teen substance abuse and support families affected by addiction.


2014 年 7 月 3 日  星期四   晴天


Hunger group creativity 分類: News

Hunger relief workers are getting creative at keeping small bellies full when U.S. schools - along with their free or reduced-price meals - close for summer.

 
An old logging camp in Oregon, a book mobile in Kentucky, and a karate studio in Delaware are just some of the unusual venues being used to gather low-income rural or suburban kids and hand out the food they need to get by until school cafeterias re-open in September.
 
George Lunski distributes about 700 meals a week to kids along a 40-mile (64-kilometer) route near Newark, Delaware. His stop-off points include the leasing offices of a low-income housing development virtual office in hong kong, a riverfront park, a karate studio, and the driveway of a non-profit organization.
 
“I never knew there were so many people in need,” said Lunski, a retired production supervisor at a local chemical plant.
 
Lunski, who delivers meals from a van loaded with coolers, said the Food Bank of Delaware's Summer Food Service Program was "really an eye-opener" about how widespread poverty is in the ninth richest U.S. state.
 
For families that rely on free or reduced-price lunch or breakfast, summer can mean the loss of 10 meals per week per child, advocates for the poor say, a cost many working poor families cannot afford.
 
A variety of programs across the country have sprung up to replace those lost calories, but they tend to be underutilized.
 
Nationally, only one in seven children who receive free or reduced-price lunch during the school year take advantage of the summer meals programs, according to Food Research and Action Center, nu skin hk an anti-hunger advocacy group. Delaware has a better response, at one in five.
 
Gathering children for a meal is less difficult in big cities where there is public transportation, but in suburban and rural areas, where the needy need cars to get to soup kitchens and food banks, hunger relief groups are thinking outside the box.
 
In Oregon, Food for Lane County feeds kids in an old logging camp, at a post office and other rural sites that might lack such things as picnic tables, shade trees, or even bathrooms.
 
“When we put up sites in rural areas, they don't necessarily have all the amenities you want but it's where the kids can get to,” said Karen Roth, Child Nutrition Programs Manager at Food for Lane County, in Eugene, Oregon.
 
In Lexington, Kentucky, one food bank has partnered with the local library, putting food for about 600 needy children on a book mobile operated in rural Lewis County.
 
“We're challenging ourselves to be creative and to think about how to get food to low income kids,” said Marian Guinn, CEO of God's Pantry Food Bank.
 
In the driveway of Child, Inc, a Newark, Delaware, non-profit that provides education training and domestic abuse counseling to residents of the tough Sparrow Run neighborhood, nu skin hk about 80 kids line up every weekday. Volunteers drop turkey sandwiches, milk, pretzels, and a breakfast for the next day.
 
Alisha Mock, a 29 year-old mother raising two boys on a social security disability check in Newark, says that if food was not delivered to her neighborhood, she would probably have to take a bus to a food pantry or soup kitchen nuskin hk. That would get expensive.
 
“I wouldn't be able to do it every day,” Mock said.


2014 年 3 月 28 日  星期五   晴天


Sausage Rolls allergy risk 分類: News
DUNNES BRAND SAUSAGE rolls are the latest to be found to contain potentially allergic sulphur dioxide.
 
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland say that the sulphites were not declared on the food labeling as required nuskin hk, making them potentially unsafe for some consumers.
 
All batches and all use by dates are implicated and Dunnes will now have to remove them from sale nuskin hk.
 
“Sulphites were not declared on the label of all batches of the sausage rolls listed above,” according to the FSAI statement.
 
“This may make them unsafe for consumers who are allergic to or intolerant of sulphur dioxide or sulphites Cloud to Cloud Backup. These products were sold by Dunnes Stores.”
 
The FSAI say that the affected saugage rolls include both the ‘jumbo’ on ‘cocktail sausage rolls’.
 
It comes after German food supplier Aldi was forced to withdraw a number of sausage rolls after they were similarly incorrectly labelled nuskin hk.