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  1. mogahed mls Says:

    1.hippocrates
    2.endemic use for some desease fond in some place but not other, epidemic use for desease that are seen in some times but not other.
    3.The fault of human luxury.
    4.the muslim scientist Avicenna.
    5.Avicenna
    6.His hypothesis that infectious disease is caused by ” minute bodies”.
    7.Avicenna.
    8. He wrote that how infectious disease can be transmitted through bodily contact ‘’through gramentes,vessels and earrings.;
    9. They spread by air and multiply by them selves.
    10.by poison gas in sick people.
    11. The scientist Anton van leeuwenhock

  2. waill yousif bahiet MLS Says:

    1.by the scientist hippocrates
    2.endemic use for some desease fond in some place but not other, epidemic use for desease that are seen in some times but not other.
    3.by the fault of human luxury.
    4.the muslim scientist Avicenna.
    5.Avicenna
    6.His hypothesis that infectious disease is caused by minute bodies.
    7.the scientist Avicenna.
    8. He wrote that how infectious disease can be transmitted through bodily contact through gramentes,vessels and earrings.;
    9. They spread by air and multiply by them selves.
    10.by putting the poison gas in sick people.
    11. Anton van leeuwenhock

  3. ibrahim abd al-dafa MLS Says:

    1.the greek physician Hippocrates.
    2.(endemic) for desease usally fond in some place but not other, (epidemic) for desease that are seen at some times but not other.
    3.that it was primarily the fault of human luxury.
    4. The muslim physician Avicenna.
    5.Avicenna
    6.His hypothesis that infectious disease is caused by minute bodies.
    7.the scientist Avicenna.
    8. He wrote that how infectious disease can be transmitted through bodily contact through gramentes,vessels and earrings.;
    9. They spread by air and multiply by them selves.
    10.by putting the poison gas in sick people.
    11. Anton van leeuwenhock

  4. ABANOUB AZER TINOUS MLS Says:

    1.the physician Hippocrates.
    2.(endemic) for desease usally fond in some place but not other, (epidemic) for desease that are seen at some times but not other.
    3.that it was primarily the fault of human luxury.
    4. The physician Avicenna.
    5. The physician Avicenna
    6. infectious disease is caused by minute bodies.
    7.the scientist Avicenna.
    8. that how infectious disease can be transmitted through bodily contact through gramentes,vessels and earrings.;
    9. They spread by air and multiply by them selves.
    10.by putting the poison gas in sick people.
    11. Anton van leeuwenhock

  5. Eshraga idress-MLS Says:

    6-Infectious diseases are caused by small “minute bodies “ which enter the human body and cause disease.
    7-The Persian physician Avicenna.
    8-He has written a treatise called on the plague .
    9-They spread by air ,multiply by themselves.
    10-By miasms (poison gas in sick people).
    11-Anton Van Leeuwenhoek.

  6. Lamia mohammed_mls Says:

    6-Infectious diseases are caused by small “minute bodies “ which enter the human body and cause disease.
    7-The Persian physician Avicenna.
    8-He has written a treatise called on the plague .
    9-They spread by air ,multiply by themselves.
    10-By miasms (poison gas in sick people).
    11-Anton Van Leeuwenhoek.

  7. asma mohamedmls Says:

    6/nfectious diseases are caused by small minute bodies
    7/Persian physician Avicenna
    8/Wrote a treatise called on the pague
    9/To spread by air multiply by them selves
    10/Poisongas in sick people
    11/By anton van Leeuwenhoek

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    10.
    11.

  8. malaz alhadi mls Says:

    6/nfectious diseases are caused by small minute bodies
    7/Persian physician Avicenna
    8/Wrote a treatise called on the pague
    9/To spread by air multiply by them selves
    10/Poisongas in sick people
    11/By anton van Leeuwenhoek

  9. fatima altag mls Says:

    6/Infectious diseases are caused by small minute bodies
    7/Persian physician Avicenna
    8/Wrote a treatise called on the pague
    9/To spread by air multiply by them selves
    10/Poisongas in sick people
    11/By anton van Leeuwenhoek

  10. Ibrahim Abd Al-dafa MLS Says:

    healthy life style player major role in life of pepolebecause of its effects on health.Many people have excess stress that affects their health, happiness, and other areas of their lives. (In fact, it’s been estimated that more than 90% of health problems that bring people into the doctor’s office are stress-related!) But while virtually all of us could benefit from adding healthy habits to our lifestyle, it’s harder to begin a new habit than it seems, especially when you’re already overscheduled and overstressed! The following steps can help you navigate a clear path from your good intentions to the reality of a healthier, happier lifestyle that includes less stress. Ready? Here we go!Step One: Choose Your Activity Wisely:
    Step Two: Build The New Habit into Your Schedule
    Step Three: Enlist Support
    Step Four: Use Goals and Rewards
    Step Five: Check In With Yourself to Be Sure You’re On The Right Track

  11. dalal omer elbashir mls Says:

    1.the greek physician Hippocrates.
    2.endemic use for some desease fond in some place but not other, epidemic use for desease that are seen in some times but not other.
    3.that it was primarily the fault of human luxury.

    4. The physician Avicenna.
    5.ibn khatima.

    6-Infectious diseases are caused by small “minute bodies “ which enter the human body and cause disease.

    7.the scientist Avicenna.

    8. He wrote that how infectious disease can be transmitted through bodily contact through gramentes,vessels and earrings.;
    9. They spread by air and multiply by them selves.

    10.by putting the poison gas in sick people.

    11. Anton van leeuwenhock.

  12. yusra eltaib ali MLS Says:

    1.hippocrates
    2.endemic(for diseases usually fount in some place but not in other) but epidemic(for dieases that are seen at some times but not others)
    3.that it was primarily the fault of human luxury.
    4.muslim physician
    5.avicenna
    6.
    7.muslim physicais
    8.on the plague
    9.the saparated in airea
    10.poison gas in sick people
    11.anton van

  13. dalal omer elbashir mls Says:

    check

  14. yusra eltaib ali MLS Says:

    1.hippocrates
    2.endemic(for diseases usually fount in some place but not in other) but epidemic(for dieases that are seen at some times but not others)
    3.that it was primarily the fault of human luxury.
    4.muslim physician
    5.avicenna
    6.
    7.muslim physicais
    8.on the plague
    9.the saparated in airea.hippocrates
    2.endemic(for diseases usually fount in some place but not in other) but epidemic(for dieases that are seen at some times but not others)
    3.that it was primarily the fault of human luxury.
    4.muslim physician
    5.avicenna
    6.
    7.muslim physicais
    8.on the plague
    9.the saparated in airea
    10.poison gas in sick people
    11.anton van
    10.poison gas in sick people
    11.anton van

  15. yusra eltaib ali MLS Says:

    1.hihippocrates
    2.endemic(for diseases usually fount in some place but not in other) but epidemic(for dieases that are seen at some times but not others)
    3.that it was primarily the fault of human luxury.
    4.muslim physician
    5.avicenna
    6.
    7.muslim physicais
    8.on the plague
    9.the saparated in airea.hippocrates

    10.poison gas in sick people
    11.anton van

  16. waill yousif bahkiet idriss MLS Says:

    Healthy life is a term give for some one whose life is out of problems such as disease and other aspects that could affect your life in many different ways. (how to live a healthy life?) is a question every body is asking himself about it this days, and its also type of a mystery cause no one knows how to accomplish it.
    The way of living a healthy life can be accomplished in many different ways, at first you can organize your self a healthy diet if you felt that your weight started to become unstable. A perfect diet is a diet that include all the essential nutrients, there one of this famous healthy life articles that says “eat much but mostly vegetables”, this indicates that a diet must include mostly green food but , its only an opinion .
    A healthy is not all about having the best diet, but also sleeping is a good option, Sleeping for seven to eight hours a day improves the brain concentration relaxes the muscles and helps to regain its stability, even laughing for just twenty seconds decrease the blood pressure and also having sport in the early morning will eventually revitalizes you and refresh your air canals, taking a day of also helps cause you would have a chance to spent time with your family, that decreases you loneliness that could develop a mental disease which is not a part of a healthy life.
    These are some methods that would eventually make your life a healthy one. And we ask god every day to give us a healthy life cause it’s a bless.

  17. abanoub azer tinous MLS Says:

    A healthy life style is an icon and a landmark mark that every one wants to achieve .
    getting a healthy life style is not obtained easily, working for it consulting social experts is one
    of the best solution.
    A person can start a healthy life by establishing a perfect diet if he felt that there is
    trouble with his weight, to form the suitable diet you should meet a nutritionist cause he will definitely
    advise you about it. having sports every day also is one of the best solution, you can joke to your
    work,swimming are also some examples, also sleeping for at least seven hours a day will fresh
    your body than ever and revertilise your mind for a new day experience, even taking a day of
    from your job will also improve your healthy life.
    A healthy life could be achieved by the following, and we every day we pray to god to
    to give us the of ”healthy life” cause it dose not falls in everyone’s hand.

  18. yusra eltaib ali MLS Says:

    ( health life style ) You hear a lot about living a healthy lifestyle, but what does that mean? In general, a healthy person doesn’t smoke, is at a healthy weight, eats healthy and exercises. Sounds simple, doesn’t it?
    The trick to healthy living is making small changes…taking more steps, adding fruit to your cereal, having an extra glass of water…these are just a few ways you can start living healthy without drastic changes.

    Exercise

    One of the biggest problems in today is lack of activity. We know it’s good for us but avoid it like the plague either because we’re used to being sedentary or afraid that exercise has to be vigorous to be worth our time. The truth is, movement is movement and the more you do, the healthier you’ll be. Even moderate activities like chores, gardening and walking can make a difference.

  19. dalal omer elbashir mls Says:

    were designed more to provide civil servants and professionals to serve the colonial administration than to educate the Sudanese. Moreover, the distribution of facilities, staff, and enrollment was biased in favor of the needs of the administration and a Western curriculum The public and private education systems inherited by the government after independence
    . Schools tended to be clustered in the vicinity of Khartoum and to a lesser extent in other urban areas, although the population was predominantly rural. This concentration was found at all levels but was most marked for those in situations beyond the four-year primary schools where instruction was in the vernacular. The north suffered from shortages of teachers and buildings, but education in the south was even more inadequate. During the condominium, education in the south was left largely to the mission schools, where the level of instruction proved so poor that as early as the mid-1930s the government imposed provincial education supervisors upon the missionaries in return for the government subsidies that they sorely needed. The civil war and the ejection of all foreign missionaries in February 1964 further diminished education opportunities for southern Sudanese.

  20. Eshraga Idrees Al-noor-MLS Says:

    The design of the health care system in Sudan is based on primary health care and the “health era” concept, which is conceived as a decentralized health care system able to integrate, at district level, the existing vertical programmes, including preventive, curative and promotive activities, has been fully developed but not yet universally applied.

    At village level, primary health care units represent the first level of contact between the community and the health services. Secondary health care is available in small towns through rural hospitals and urban health centres. Tertiary health care services comprise provincial, regional, university and specialist hospitals.

    Over 50% of the communities in both urban and rural settings have leaders who are endorsed and supported by the government and who act as focal points for resolution of the various problems related to the management of programmes in their localities. Moreover, popular committees for health have been established at both village and national levels. These committees are involved in planning, execution, resource finding and allocation as well as supervision of Nongovernmental organizations play a recognized role in the delivery of health care. Recently, the Ministry of Health took concrete steps to regulate their work in such a way as to prevent duplication and provide integration and effective coordination with local health services. Nongovernmental organizations have been invited to participate in planning sessions and meeting at national and local levels.

    The per capita Ministry of Health expenditure was US $3.1 in 1988-89. The Ministry of Health expenditure represented 0.5% of the country’s gross domestic product. Most multinational and international agencies work directly with individual health programmes within and outside the Ministry of Health, leading to vertical execution of the programmes.

    In 1986, there were 2064 physicians, 219 dentists, 299 college-graduate nurses, 9651other nurses and 5580 midwives employed by the Ministry of Health. Half the physicians are located in the three largest cities. With respect to physical resources, in 1988, there were 2708 static primary health care centres and 503 mobile ones. Moreover, there were 16 general, 72 rural and 38 specialized hospitals. A national health research policy exists, formulated by the Health Research Sector Congress, chaired by the Minister of Health.

    The health services suffer from acute shortages in trained personnel. There are no health human resources plans, and universities and other training institutions work in isolation from the Ministry of Health. Training and education are thus not directed toward meeting national needs.

    MENTAL HEALTH

    Historical aspects

    Prior to World War Two, there were hardly any organized psychiatric services for the care of mental patients.

    Psychiatry in Sudan began in the 1950s under the guidance of the late Professor Tigani El Mahi, the father of African psychiatry. He pioneered, among other things, rural services and the open-door policy. His successor, Dr Taha A. Baasher, shouldered the responsibility and further extended the services to the periphery. He established the Mental Health Association of Sudan and the Sudanese Association of Psychiatrists. By 1950, the Clinic for Nervous Disorders, Khartoum North, was well established, and the Kober Institution was built to cater for 120 forensic psychiatric patients. This was followed by the establishment of four psychiatric units in provincial capitals, at Wad Medani, Port Sudan, El Obeid and Atbara. In 1964, a 30-bed psychiatric ward was built in Khartoum General Hospital. Finally, in 1971, plans were laid to start work on Omdurman Psychiatric Hospital, the first of its kind in the history of Sudan. The underlying policy was first to establish psychiatric units with close links with medical institutions and broad connections with community agencies. Other mental health developments include establishing a school for psychiatric medical assistants and organizing training courses for social workers and psychologists, for Sudan and other countries. Sudan played an important role in the WHO project “strategies for extending mental health into primary health care” (1975-81)

  21. dalal omer mls Says:

    Last night I went to a journey with my friends in a beautiful place. While we weresitting under the green trees suddenly one of my friend fell dawn .
    First I checked to see if the victim is unconscious by gently shaking my friend and asking, “ Are you OK?” the victim did not answer and we called out for help so someone can telephone for an ambulance. Next, I placed the victim on his back. Then I pressed down on the victim’s forehead and lifts the bony part of the chin to tilt the head back. This action opened the victim’s air passages. In an unconscious person, the air passages are often blocked by the tongue or other structures in the throat. By means of the chin-lift and head-tilt, the air passages are opened and the victim may resume breathing.

    If there is still no breathing, I was closes the victim’s nose, takes a deep breath, and places his or her mouth over the victim’s mouth. I was then blows into the victim’s mouth to inflate the lungs, she then releases the nose to allow the victim to breathe out .I was gives the victim two breaths in this way.
    Next, I checke the victim’s pulse by feeling one of the large carotid arteries in the neck. If there is no pulse, the rescuer begins chest compressions. I was places both hands – one on top of the other – on the lower part of the victim’s sternum (breastbone) and presses down about 2 inches ( 4 to 5 centimeters). This action forces blood to flow from the heart to other parts of the body. I then released to allow the heart to fill with blood. After every 15 chest compressions, the victim two full breaths. This procedure should be performed continuously until the victim’s heartbeat and breathing resume or until help arrives.
    After that we can go to the home.

  22. yusra eltaib ali mls Says:

    In the last monthe ago all my family went to aldinder national park by the special car.
    In park we meet my firend (fatima) . fatima have heart attach queliy went touse the processes of(CPR) the first step is resuscitation which requires you to blow air into the victim mouth .it also allows more time for the victim to re-start heart . the second step is chest copressions to keep blood circulating around the body . and step 3 push down below the victim breast bone above the stomach .do 100 compressions per 60 seconds .stop after 30 compression and I give two breaths to to Fatima.
    although in this vist it very nice beacoues fatima had very healthy.

  23. waill yousif bahkiet MLS Says:

    It was a rainy night in on the northern side of our village, I was walking the way back home where I saw a man lying on the ground unconscious he was pretty hurt, and he was about my age, I panicked at first but it came that I have to save him.
    At first I shacked him to see if he’s awake and called 911
    For an ambulance but time was running out, so I decided to cpr process, so I placed him on his back and pressed down on his for head and lifted his chin and started to blow air in to mouse in order to make him breath, his pulse was zero so I started the compressions by pressing with my both hands up and down, this continued for several minutes and I lost hope at first but just kept on until he revived.
    Soon the ambulance came and took him to the hospital.

  24. asma mohamed MLS Says:

    Last weak I went in the river with my frind to spent nice day and remembr all years that we live together,wile we were smile and spent happy time ,sudunly my frind fill down and became unconscious and loss the respiration.Ithink how to prevent my frind from the died,Iwas used the CPRprocess and called out for help me,after that I placed him on his neak,press down on his fore head,lift his chin to turn his head back,close his nose and inflate his lungs by blowing in to his mouth,made him breth out by reasin his nose, chek his pulse and begin chest compressions,this procedure unit his breathing and heartbeat resume. By this way at the end my friend life.

  25. asma mohamed MLS Says:

    Dec 25, 1988 – A spoonful of salt costs almost 50 Sudanese pounds-more than a week’s wages for the average citizen. Medicine in the town’s hospital has run out entirely, he said. “When you go to the hospital, you are waitiApr 4, 1989 – LEAD: A long convoy of trucks packed with grain, medicine and solar refrigerators for cooling vaccines left here for the southern Sudan today as a United Nations relief operation got under way. A long convoy of trucks packed with grain, medicine and solar refrigerators for cooling …
    ng to die. That is the cemetery where people are living

  26. Eshraga Idrees AL_Noor.MLS Says:

    Last year, June, Sunday mid night this day will never be removed from my memory. I was at my grand mother’s house; because she was alone I used to stay with her. At that night I was reading a story in my room, and suddenly I heard a sound of some thing fell down and quickly I run towards the sound and I didn’t believe my eyes, she was my grand mother on the floor and she was completely unconscious, at first I didn’t know what I have to do because I was afraid of losing her but I took a deep breath and I calmed down ,after that I shacked her gently and asked (are you ok?) she didn’t answer then I called for help but no one answered me. Next I placed my grand mother on her back and I pressed down her forehead and lifted the bony part of chin to tilt the head back, but there was still no breathing. After that I closed her nose and I took a deep breath and I placed my mouth over her mouth in order to inflate the lungs , then I released her nose to allow her to breathe out .Next I checked her pulse and I began chest compressions. I placed my both hand on the lower part of my grand mother ’s sternum and I pressed down about two inches and I performed this procedure continuously until my grand mother’s heart beat and breathing resume.

  27. abanoub azer tinous MLS Says:

    Last week when I was going with My family to have dinner at friend house. The old man that who was going alone on the street I fell that man was not OK . Suddenly he was fall down on street like he’s chocking. After that all of the people crowded to see what happened to that old man ,so non of them approached and I thought that I should help him At first I shacked him to see if he’s awake and called the ambulance
    For an ambulance but time was running out, so I decided to cpr process, so I placed him on his back and pressed down on his for head and lifted his chin and started to blow air in to mouse in order to make him breath, his pulse was zero so I started the compressions by pressing with my both hands up and down, and continued for several minutes and I lost hope at first but just kept on until he revived.
    finally the ambulance came and took him to the hospital.

  28. lamia mohammed Says:

    HEALTH LIFE STAYLE
    Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity
    The food is essential thing for health because the body need the substance in food for energy and for growth for repairing your body and keep it healthy. When the supplies of these substances decrease we being to feel tired and you get sick more easily.
    The food must be contained proteins to forming the body cell and carbohydrates from source of energy and fat the great store of energy and vitamins for development and minerals and water.
    Beside the food there is important things for health like give your body rest in day not less than 8 hours and live in the comfortable place away from the noisy and the industrial areas.
    In my opinion the mental health it is a very important because it is control all activity in the body for example if you depressing you can not able to eat or sleep or doing any things for these reason the mental health is one signs of the body health .
    Lamia Mohammed
    MLS program

  29. lamia mohammed Says:

    1.by the scientist hippocrates
    2.endemic use for some desease fond in some place but not other, epidemic use for desease that are seen in some times but not other.
    3.by the fault of human luxury.
    4.the muslim scientist Avicenna.
    5.Avicenna
    6.His hypothesis that infectious disease is caused by minute bodies.
    7.the scientist Avicenna.
    8. He wrote that how infectious disease can be transmitted through bodily contact through gramentes,vessels and earrings.;
    9. They spread by air and multiply by them selves.
    10.by putting the poison gas in sick people.
    11. Anton van leeuwenhock

  30. nastiha mohammed Says:

    1.by the scientist hippocrates
    2.endemic use for some desease fond in some place but not other, epidemic use for desease that are seen in some times but not other.
    3.by the fault of human luxury.
    4.the muslim scientist Avicenna.
    5.Avicenna
    6.His hypothesis that infectious disease is caused by minute bodies.
    7.the scientist Avicenna.
    8. He wrote that how infectious disease can be transmitted through bodily contact through gramentes,vessels and earrings.;
    9. They spread by air and multiply by them selves.
    10.by putting the poison gas in sick people.
    11. Anton van leeuwenhock

  31. malaz alhadi mls Says:

    Healthy life style

    The illegal drug use, smoking, weight and fitness were major health concerns reported.
    Smoking is the single greatest cause of preventable illness and premature death in the Uk . As well as being the prime cause of cancer and heart disease,
    It also causes many other fatal conditions and chronic illnesses among adults.
    Obesity is accompanied by serious conditions such as non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular diseases. the risk of diabetes is increased up to 100-by obesity, and 80% of the prevalence of diabetes can be attributed to obesity and overweight. Obesity has serious complications, is difficult and expensive to treat and reduces life expectancy by 8-10 years.
    Physical exercise is associated with keeping healthier longer. It has been estimated that eliminating physical inactivity would result in 15-39% less coronary heart disease 33% less stroke 12% less hypertension 12-35% less diabetes, 22-33%less colon cancer , 5-12% less breast cancer and 18%less osteoporotic fractures.

  32. mogahed. Says:

    Healthy life is a term give for some one whose life is out of problems such as disease and other aspects that could affect your life in many different ways. (how to live a healthy life?) is a question every body is asking himself about it this days, and its also type of a mystery cause no one knows how to accomplish it.
    The way of living a healthy life can be accomplished in many different ways, at first you can organize your self a healthy diet if you felt that your weight started to become unstable. A perfect diet is a diet that include all the essential nutrients, there one of this famous healthy life articles that says “eat much but mostly vegetables”, this indicates that a diet must include mostly green food but , its only an opinion .
    A healthy is not all about having the best diet, but also sleeping is a good option, Sleeping for seven to eight hours a day improves the brain concentration relaxes the muscles and helps to regain its stability, even laughing for just twenty seconds decrease the blood pressure and also having sport in the early morning will eventually revitalizes you and refresh

  33. mogahed mls Says:

    It was a rainy night in on the northern side of our village, I was walking the way back home where I saw a man lying on the ground unconscious he was pretty hurt, and he was about my age, I panicked at first but it came that I have to save him.
    At first I shacked him to see if he’s awake and called 911
    For an ambulance but time was running out, so I decided to cpr process, so I placed him on his back and pressed down on his for head and lifted his chin and started to blow air in to mouse in order to make him breath, his pulse was zero so I started the compressions by pressing with my both hands up and down, this continued for several minutes and I lost hope at first but just kept on until he revived.
    Soon the ambulance came and took him to the hospital.

  34. alaa mohamed --mls Says:

    Introduction

    Food is very important to live. It matters whether you eat healthy food or not. I agree that healthy life style is so important to live a great life because health is very important to do any thing. If a person who is not healthy then he or she cannot do good things. For good feelings and thinking, healthy life is very important. So I will talk about healthy life in healthy food .

    Body

    Healthy Lifestyle
    Better lifestyle habits can help you reduce your risk for heart attack. Learn what you can do to help prevent heart disease and stroke. Lists talk about the healthy eating . that’s mean choosing foods that are good for you, the best cooking methods and learning portion control .

    Fruits and Vegetables
    Everybody needs five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables every day. They are low in calories, high in nutritional value and absolutely delicious
    It’s hard to argue with the health benefits of a diet rich in vegetables and fruits: Lower blood pressure; reduced risk of heart disease, stroke, and probably some cancers; lower risk of eye and digestive problems; and a mellowing effect on blood sugar that can help keep appetite in check.

    Most people should aim for at least nine servings (at least 4½ cups) of vegetables and fruits a day, and potatoes don’t count. Go for a variety of kinds and colors of produce, to give your body the mix of nutrients it needs. Best bets? Dark leafy greens, cooked tomatoes, and anything that’s a rich yellow, orange, or red color

    Healthy Convenience Foods
    The main purpose of convenience foods is to save us time and work. Specialty diet foods provide the additional benefit of calorie, carbohydrate and/or fat savings. In return we give them more of our cash and agree to be satisfied with their questionable quality. The tradeoff is worth it to some people, especially those with lots of extra money and zero extra time. Those of us on a budget don’t have the luxury (or the curse) of financial resources, so we must use our intelligence, time and effort instead of expensive conveniences. With this said, there are a few products that live up to their promise. They save time, work, and calories, provide acceptable quality, and as luck would have it, don’t cost much more than making them ourselves. A minor few, like frozen orange juice concentrate, even cost less than preparing them from scratch. After a great deal of investigation I’ve divided good buy convenience foods into 2 categories. The first is calorie savers, and the second is time and work savers

    Are You Drinking Enough Water?
    Water and other healthy beverages are important in your diet. While water is very important for your health, there are some times when drinking too much water can be a problem:

    * If you have any kidney or adrenal problems, or your doctor has you taking diuretics, you need to consult with your doctor about how much water to drink each day
    * Don’t drink all of the water you need per day all at once. Divide the amount you need and drink several glasses of water throughout the day. This is especially important if you engage in lots of heavy exercise.
    * Infants should be given only formula or breast milk unless your pediatrician tells you

    Conclusion
    In my view people who eat healthy food they have good stamina to do hard work. Food gives energy to do work. For work food is very important. Therefore, if a person who eats food which has vitamins, proteins, iron and other important nutrients then he or she will be free from diseases. People who have no deceases can enjoy their life and take interest in their work.

    Everybody likes to meet those who have good health. Therefore, a person who is healthy has friends. Otherwise, it may not be possible. People can attract others with there looks. A person who looks weak does not attract people. In that situation a person who is not living healthy lifestyle will feel lonely and not be a happy person. In my opinion for making friends and feel happy, people should eat healthy food. A healthy person can gives happiness to others. To be good looking, hygienic food is very important. If a person wants to be beautiful then she should eat good healthy food.

    Recommendations

    A good mind can be developed if people eat healthy food. Therefore, for children it is very necessary to eat healthy food. A good mind always thinks well. Health is wealth. Therefore, I would like to say people should not eat food only to fill the stomach but for the development of good health. If health is good then people can do any thing. So people should eat healthy hygienic food.

    Finally in my view to develop a good, intelligent and healthy generation everybody should eat healthy and nutritious food.

  35. alaa mohamed --mls Says:

    .1.hippocrates

    2.endemic use for some desease fond in some place but not other, epidemic use for desease that are seen in some times but not other.
    3.by the fault of human luxury.
    4.the muslim scientist Avicenna.
    5.Avicenna
    6.His hypothesis that infectious disease is caused by minute bodies.
    .muslim physicais
    8.on the plague
    9.the saparated in airea.hippocrates

    10.poison gas in sick people
    11-

  36. fatima altag Says:

    1/4.5milion people
    2/twobili0n
    3/three quarters of the world patiants
    4/is condition of life so chracterized by malnutrition -illiteracy-dieases-hgih infant mortalityand low life expectancy as to be beneath any reasonable defintion of human decency.
    5/providing these gigantic urban slums with health care.
    6/in towns
    7/40000 village
    8/aboute$20 bilion
    9/

  37. malaz alhadi mls Says:

    On, and I usually revealed any one needs assistance to the lack of respiration.
    Call of help and check the following organs heart and lung and start with victim to be committal position to back and stand for airway I the victim head back and look for the breathing and he don’t breathing I close nose of victim and blow two breath in to mouth also I look your chest don’t breathing use my hand and parsers of sternum of victim and doing 100 compression per 60 seconds I stop after each 30 compression and.
    I give the victim two breaths after the victim is good.
    Last I help to victim to go hospital by ambulance.

  38. lamia mohamed abd algader Says:

    Every Friday I go with my cousin to grandfather house to help you to tidy his garden and feed his animal and watch car.
    But last Friday when I work with my cousin and grandfather go to his friend house my cousin fall down and the breathing were stopped ,I feel faired so match but I shaking her and ask you are you ok? He say nothing and try to call some one to help me and then I but you in her back after that title his head left to right and closed her noise and give you deep breath to inflammation his lungs after that I check his pulse but still no breathing I but my hand in lower part of sternum ands compress it about 15 compression and finally my cousin return to his conscious.

  39. malaz alhadi mls Says:

    1/5billion will
    2/600 million people trapped
    3/about 800 million people are desperately poor
    4/malnutrition
    5/30 million people by the end of this century
    6/expenditure is usually in towns
    7/40.000 village pharmacies
    8/only about $20 billion is spent annually on development aid
    9/acres pec

  40. Eshraga Idrees AL-noor(MLS) Says:

    1- 4.6 billion people.
    2-Two billion.
    3-Three quarters of the world’s patients.
    4-Acondition of life so characterized by malnutrition, illiteracy, disease, high infant mortality, and low life expectancy as to be beneath any reasonable definition of human decency.
    5-They are likely to exceed 30 million people by the year 2020.
    6-In towns.
    7-40,000 village pharmacies.
    8-Only about $20 billion is spent annually on development aid.
    10-At the rate of 50 acres a minute.

  41. lamia mohammed abd algader Says:

    1- 4.6 billion..
    2-Two billion.
    3-Three quarters of the world’s patients.
    4-Acondition of life so characterized by malnutrition, illiteracy, disease, high infant mortality, and low life expectancy as to be beneath any reasonable definition of human decency.
    5-They are likely to exceed 30 million people by the year 2020.
    6-In towns.
    7-40,000 villages.
    8- About $20 billion.
    10-At the rate of 50 acres a minut

  42. fatima altag mohammed alaminl Says:

    my grandfather is pateint with cardiopulmonary disease.it needed for special care.but she don sit in one place she performhard works .in that day she was finished from the wark she feel wih apnia and suddenly she feal dwon .iam hurring to her and asked but she not answer me.Iplace her on his back andcloses her nose and Itook deep breathing and place my mouth one her mouth to inflate her lungs .and after thati released her mouth to allow to breath out.also icheck her pulse. after that i places both my hands on the lower part of her sternium and press down about 2 inches .and after every 15 chest compressin igives her two full breaths .

  43. mogahed mls group2 Says:

    1.about 4.6bilion people
    2.there will still be 600 milion people
    3.about three quarters of the world
    5.charaterized by malnutrition ,illiteracy,highinfant mortality,low live expectancy
    6.in town
    7.for20million is eequivalent of40,000village pharmacies
    8.Asingletridentsubmarine costs more than the entire oversea aid exapen
    9world are being cleared at the rate of 50 acres aminute

  44. mogahed mls group2 Says:

    It was a rainy night in on the northern side of our village, I was walking the way back home where I saw a man lying on the ground unconscious he was pretty hurt, and he was about my age, I panicked at first but it came that I have to save him.
    At first I shacked him to see if he’s awake and called 911
    For an ambulance but time was running out, so I decided to cpr process, so I placed him on his back and pressed down on his for head and lifted his chin and started to blow air in to mouse in order to make him breath, his pulse was zero so I started the compressions by pressing with my both hands up and down, this continued for several minutes and I lost hope at first but just kept on until he revived.
    Soon the ambulance came and took him to the hospital.

  45. nisteha mahamed Says:

    1=5Billion will
    2=600 million people trapped
    3=About 800 million people are desperately poor
    4=Malnutrition
    5=30 million people by the end of this century
    6=expenditure is usually in towns
    7=40.000 village pharmacies
    8=only about $20 billion is spent annually on development aid
    9=acres pec

  46. waill yousif bahiet idriss Says:

    1. They are 4.6 billion people
    2. They will be more and more people increasing
    3. About 1.5 billion people
    4. The bank defines as a condition of life so characterized by malnutrition and illiteracy
    5. likely to exceed 30 million
    6. In towns
    7.40,000 village pharmacies
    8. About 20 billion
    9. 50 acres a minute

  47. dalal omer elbashir MLS Says:

    1. They are 4.6 billion people
    2. They will be more and more people increasing
    3. About 1.5 billion people
    4. The bank defines as a condition of life so characterized by malnutrition and illiteracy
    5. likely to exceed 30 million
    6. In towns
    7.40,000 village pharmacies
    8. About 20 billion
    9. 50 acres a minute

  48. ibrahim abed aldafa MLS Says:

    1. They are 4.6 billion people
    2. They will be more and more people increasing
    3. About 1.5 billion people
    4. The bank defines as a condition of life so characterized by malnutrition and illiteracy
    5. likely to exceed 30 million
    6. In towns
    7.40,000 village pharmacies
    8. About 20 billion
    9. 50 acres a minute

  49. ibrahim abed aldafa MLS Says:

    1. They are 4.6 billion people
    2. They will be more and more people increasing
    3. About 1.5 billion people
    4. The bank defines as a condition of life so characterized by malnutrition and illiteracy
    5. exceeds 30 million
    6. In towns
    7.40,000 village pharmacies
    8. About 20 billion
    9. 50 acres a minute

  50. abanoub azer tinous MLS Says:

    1. They are 4.6 billion people
    2. They will be more and more people increasing
    3. About 1.5 billion people
    4. The bank defines as a condition of life so characterized by malnutrition and illiteracy
    5. likely to exceed 30 million
    6. In towns
    7.40,000 village pharmacies
    8. About 20 billion
    9. 50 acres a minute

  51. nisteha mahamed Says:

    HEALTHY LIFESTYLE TIPS
    1. Exercise regularly. Even a short walk each day can help. The more
    activity you do the healthier you will be. The healthier you are the better
    you will sleep.
    2. Eat a balanced diet. As with exercise, a healthy diet will help you achieve
    a healthy sleep pattern. In particular, avoid heavy meals late at night.
    3. Minimise caffeine intake (and ideally avoid after about 4.00 p.m.). As
    well as coffee, this includes tea, most soft drinks and chocolate.
    4. Avoid excessive alcohol. Although most people find alcohol helps them
    to get off to sleep, it usually contributes to night-time waking.
    5. If you want an evening drink instead of alcohol or coffee, try alternatives
    such as warm milk (which can be sweetened with honey or drinking
    chocolate), or any of the large range of herbal teas now available.
    6. Address other issues in your life. If you have problems at work,
    problems with your partner, or anything that might cause you to feel
    stressed or worried, sorting them out will help you to sleep. If you are
    depressed or anxious, seek professional help. Remember, there are
    effective solutions for these problems.

  52. asmamohamed Says:

    1. They are 4.6 billion people
    2. They will be more and more people increasing
    3. About 1.5 billion people
    4. The bank defines as a condition of life
    5. likely to exceed 30 million
    6. In towns
    7.40,000 village pharmacies
    8. About 20 billion

  53. thuweiba ali Says:

    1- 4.6 billion people.
    2-Two billion.
    3-Three quarters of the world’s patients.
    4-Acondition of life so characterized by malnutrition, illiteracy, disease, high infant mortality, and low life expectancy as to be beneath any reasonable definition of human decency.
    5-They are likely to exceed 30 million people by the year 2020.
    6-In towns.
    7-40,000 village pharmacies.
    8-Only about $20 billion is spent annually on development aid.

  54. sulafa awad Says:

    1. They are 4.6 billion people
    2. They will be more and more people increasing
    3. About 1.5 billion people
    4. The bank defines as a condition of life so characterized by malnutrition and illiteracy
    5. likely to exceed 30 million
    6. In towns
    7.40,000 village pharmacies
    8. About 20 billion

  55. thuweiba ali Says:

    healthy meains free from the disease and that is importan for the life continous .
    Despite of what has just been said about tye present prevalance unknowledge by good nutrients the healthy of mankind are better than they were .
    healthy life style compossed many think ,the good nutrients represent half of healthy life but other think like the sport that help body togrowthand retrieve activeyand make with better case and to improve healthy alsothe feelhng with high mood and rest psycho that is nesescary to improve yuo tealthy style.

  56. thuweiba ali Says:

    CPR
    once upone time whill am goin tomy town am observed some one sleeped on land and his seem unconscious and thepeople surrounded tohis andtis needed to cardiopulmonary resuscitation ,but thatarea its distric area no hospital and no rescuer fortuntely some one from the travel know the cpr the rescuer started with shaking gently the victim to know if he consciuos or not he fuonded the victim unconsciuos andhe placed him onhis backthen press downon his forehead and lift his chinto trunhis head back then close his nose and make him breathe uotby relesing his nose andchec his pulse and begin chest compression and pressdown to force the blood to form his heart to the rest of thebody and lastly after this proceduer the victim become consciuos andnecessarily toevry one can do that must be learn that cpr may be deliver person in this life

  57. thuweiba ali Says:

    6-Infectious diseases are caused by small “minute bodies “ which enter the human body and cause disease.
    7-The Persian physician Avicenna.
    8-He has written a treatise called on the plague .
    9-They spread by air ,multiply by themselves.
    10-By miasms (poison gas in sick people).
    11-Anton Van Leeuwenhoek.

  58. thuweiba ali Says:

    1.the physician Hippocrates.
    2.(endemic) for desease usally fond in some place but not other, (epidemic) for desease that are seen at some times but not other.
    3.that it was primarily the fault of human luxury.
    4. The physician Avicenna.
    5. The physician Avicenna
    6. infectious disease is caused by minute bodies.
    7.the scientist Avicenna.
    8. that how infectious disease can be transmitted through bodily contact through gramentes,vessels and earrings.;
    9. They spread by air and multiply by them selves.
    10.by putting the poison gas in sick people.
    11. Anton van leeuwenhock

  59. thuweiba ali Says:

    Reply

    1. They are 4.6 billion people
    2. They will be more and more people increasing
    3. About 1.5 billion people
    4. The bank defines as a condition of life so characterized by malnutrition and illiteracy
    5. likely to exceed 30 million
    6. In towns
    7.40,000 village pharmacies
    8. About 20 billion

  60. thuweiba ali Says:

    1.hippocrates
    2.endemic(for diseases usually fount in some place but not in other) but epidemic(for dieases that are seen at some times but not others)
    3.that it was primarily the fault of human luxury.
    4.muslim physician
    5.avicenna
    6.
    7.muslim physicais
    8.on the plague
    9.the saparated in airea
    10.poison gas in sick people
    11.anton van

  61. asged alhag (mls) Says:

    1.the greek physician Hippocrates.
    2.(endemic) for desease usally fond in some place but not other, (epidemic) for desease that are seen at some times but not other.
    3.that it was primarily the fault of human luxury.
    4. The muslim physician Avicenna.
    5.Avicenna
    6.His hypothesis that infectious disease is caused by minute bodies.
    7.the scientist Avicenna.
    8. He wrote that how infectious disease can be transmitted through bodily contact through gramentes,vessels and earrings.;
    9. They spread by air and multiply by them selves.
    10.by putting the poison gas in sick people.
    11. Anton van leeuwenhock

  62. asged alhag (mls) Says:

    healthy life style player major role in life of pepolebecause of its effects on health.Many people have excess stress that affects their health, happiness, and other areas of their lives. (In fact, it’s been estimated that more than 90% of health problems that bring people into the doctor’s office are stress-related!) But while virtually all of us could benefit from adding healthy habits to our lifestyle, it’s harder to begin a new habit than it seems, especially when you’re already overscheduled and overstressed! The following steps can help you navigate a clear path from your good intentions to the reality of a healthier, happier lifestyle that includes less stress. Ready? Here we go!Step One: Choose Your Activity Wisely:
    Step Two: Build The New Habit into Your Schedule
    Step Three: Enlist Support
    Step Four: Use Goals and Rewards
    Step Five: Check In With Yourself to Be Sure You’re On The Right Track

  63. asged alhag (mls) Says:

    on the last summar holiday iwas go my ferindd
    First I checked to see if the victim is unconscious by gently shaking my friend and asking, “ Are you OK?” the victim did not answer and we called out for help so someone can telephone for an ambulance. Next, I placed the victim on his back. Then I pressed down on the victim’s forehead and lifts the bony part of the chin to tilt the head back. This action opened the victim’s air passages. In an unconscious person, the air passages are often blocked by the tongue or other structures in the throat. By means of the chin-lift and head-tilt, the air passages are opened and the victim may resume breathing.

    If there is still no breathing, I was closes the victim’s nose, takes a deep breath, and places his or her mouth over the victim’s mouth. I was then blows into the victim’s mouth to inflate the lungs, she then releases the nose to allow the victim to breathe out .I was gives the victim two breaths in this way.
    Next, I checke the victim’s pulse by feeling one of the large carotid arteries in the neck. If there is no pulse, the rescuer begins chest compressions. I was places both hands – one on top of the other – on the lower part of the victim’s sternum (breastbone) and presses down about 2 inches ( 4 to 5 centimeters). This action forces blood to flow from the heart to other parts of the body. I then released to allow the heart to fill with blood. After every 15 chest compressions, the victim two full breaths. This procedure should be performed continuously until the victim’s heartbeat and breathing resume or until help arrives.
    After that we can go to the home.

  64. asged alhag (mls) Says:

    1. They are 4.6 billion people
    2. They will be more and more people increasing
    3. About 1.5 billion people
    4. The bank defines as a condition of life so characterized by malnutrition and illiteracy
    5. likely to exceed 30 million
    6. In towns
    7.40,000 village pharmacies
    8. About 20 billion
    9. 50 acres a minute

  65. Sulafa Awad Mustafa Says:

    The health is some thing have a relationship for normal people ,the life healthy is more important than every thing ,but how we live in life health .
    The clean environment is play major role in the healthy life , The clean home and streat let you in a far distance from the bacteria and other harmful insect that can carry the distance for you .
    On other hand the style of eating is so important as to live with good health you must take care about what you are eating not what the quantity that you are eat , make sure that you are eating completely balance meat .
    In spite of all this if you want to be in health life you must doing some thing better , that it clean your self ,your teeth , your body .
    So the healthy life is very important to live with out heath problem ,to stay very far from the dangerous in health .

  66. Sulafa Awad Mustafa Says:

    Last weak while I was learning in the university with my friend asma and discous together suddenly my friend become unconsciously after that started to work CPR to my friend ,check whether or not she is unconscious be gently shaking him ,and then call out for help ,place him on his back press down on his for head, lift his chin to turn his head back ,close his nose and inflate his lung by releasing his nose ,check his pulse and being chest compressions ,press down his breast bone about tow inches to force blood to flow from his heart to the rest of the body and then this procedure should be performed until his breathing and heartbear resumes .
    In the end my friend is lived

  67. waill yousif bakhiet MLS Says:

    Question one:-
    1.the benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    casual factors.
    2. case control studies involves matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.

    Question two:-
    Check your understanding:-
    1. The main features of cancer pain are acute or chronic,persistant,breakthrough , phantom pain, and pain from procedures.
    2. Back and/or neck pian, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. The nutrition guideline stress people to eat vegatables,friuts ,grain products and limiting the amount of meat, fats and sugars.
    4surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy and other combination of treatments.
    5. Loss of appetite, weight loss or gain. Vomiting and depression.
    6. Smoking and drinking alcohol cause various types of cancers and also exposure to a high dose of radiating would also lead to cancer.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols and sources of radiation,
    8.by tests known by screening tests can find or diagnose cancer early.

  68. ibrahim abed aldafa MLS Says:

    1. The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.

    1. Acute or chronic, persistant, breakthrough, phantom pain, and pain from procedures.
    2. Back and/or neck pian, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. Stress people must eat vegatables, friuts, grain products and limiting the amount of meat
    4surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy .
    5. Loss of appetite, weight loss or gain. Vomiting and depression.
    6. Smoking and drinking alcohol cause various types of cancers and also exposure to a high dose of radiating would also lead to cancer.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols and sources of radiation,
    8. by screening tests.

  69. rayan alsadig sedig MLS Says:

    A:-
    1. The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    B:-
    1. Acute or chronic, persistant, breakthrough, phantom pain, and pain from procedures.
    2. pain in the neck and throat, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. By eating vegatables, friuts, grain products .
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Diarrhea, dental and gum problems and fatigue.
    6. Smoking and drinking alcohol.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols.
    8. By using screening tests which can avoid cancer diseases.

  70. abanoub azer tinous MLS Says:

    1. The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.
    2. Severe throat pain, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. By eating vegetables, fruits, grain products and decreasing the usage of fats and carbohydrates.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Diarrhea, dental and gum problems and fatigue.
    6. Smoking and alcohol.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols.
    8. By using screening tests.

  71. dalalomer mls Says:

    1.benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.
    2. Severe throat pain, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. By eating vegetables, fruits, grain products and decreasing the usage of fats and carbohydrates.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Diarrhea, dental and gum problems and fatigue.
    6. Smoking and alcohol.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols.
    8. By using screening tests.

  72. asged alhag Says:

    1. The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.
    2. Severe throat pain, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. By eating vegetables, fruits, grain products and decreasing the usage of fats and carbohydrates.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Diarrhea, dental and gum problems and fatigue.
    6. Smoking and alcohol.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols.
    8. By using screening tests.

  73. thuweiba ali Says:

    1.to idenification of disease featuer anddiscover a new type of druge.
    2.the control studies select subjects based on disease status while theperspective is select subjects based on their xeposure satus.
    3. cohort studies select supject base on their exposure status
    1.general weekness-headach-full out of heir
    2hallcination-confusion
    3.by eating vegatables-fruits -carbohydrates …etc
    4.by radiation -surgery
    6.over replication of DNA
    7by avoid many of causes like alchohol…etc

  74. fatima altag Says:

    to invitegate possiple cosal factores
    2.the case control study would involv matching comparable controls without the disease to the cases in the series.while the aprospective study would involve following the case series over time to evaluate the diseases natural history .
    3.it select subjects based on their exposure status and is allowed through time to assess their later outcome status

  75. malaz alhadi mls Says:

    1. The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.

  76. alaa mohamed mls Says:

    1. The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy

  77. fatima altag Says:

    1.somatic pain-viscral pain -acute pain -chronic pain-neuropathic pain
    2.breathing difficult -weakness -increas muscules tone -paralysis
    3.fruite and vegatables .-
    4.chemotherapy treatment and radioactive isotops
    5.fatigue-hair looss-peripheral neuropathy-and the pain
    6.tobaco smoke-the sun-nutral and man made radiation -work place hazard-and asbestos
    7.by avoid smoking andexposure to smoke-by eat your fruits and veggies and by practic sun safety and recognize when skin change occur.
    8.by followed the doctors when the person feel with one of the symptoms of cancer

  78. Eshraga Idrees ALnoor.(M.L.S) Says:

    1The benefits of analytical studies are .identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    Q2:
    1. the main features of cancer pain are acute pain, chronic pain, persistant,, phantom pain, and pain from procedures, neuorpathic pain.
    2. Coughing, sneezing, difficult breathing –weakness, neck pain.

    3. The nutrition guideline stress people to eat vegatables, friuts, and eat less sugar and fats.
    4. Radioactive isotopes, surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Loss of appetite, weight loss, vomiting, hairloss.

    6. Continuous exposure to radiations or smoking.
    7. by avoiding sources of radiations, and give up smoking.
    8. by certain tests known as screening tests.

  79. ayman bakri Says:

    1.somatic pain-viscral pain -acute pain -chronic pain-neuropathic pain
    2.breathing difficult -weakness -increas muscules tone -paralysis
    3.fruite and vegatables .-
    4.chemotherapy treatment and radioactive isotops
    5.fatigue-hair looss-peripheral neuropathy-and the pain
    6.tobaco smoke-the sun-nutral and man made radiation -work place hazard-and asbestos
    7.by avoid smoking andexposure to smoke-by eat your fruits and veggies and by practic sun safety and recognize when skin change occur.
    8.by followed the doctors when the person feel with one of the symptoms of cancer

  80. mogahed Says:

    1. The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.
    2. Severe throat pain, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. By eating vegetables, fruits, grain products and decreasing the usage of fats and carbohydrates.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Diarrhea, dental and gum problems and fatigue.
    6. Smoking and alcohol.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols.
    8. By using screening tests.

  81. ayman bakri mls Says:

    1. The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.
    2. Severe throat pain, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. By eating vegetables, fruits, grain products and decreasing the usage of fats and carbohydrates.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Diarrhea, dental and gum problems and fatigue.
    6. Smoking and alcohol.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols.
    8. By using screening tests.

  82. ayman bakri mls Says:

    part 1
    1. The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    part 2
    1. Acute or chronic, persistant, breakthrough, phantom pain, and pain from procedures.
    2. pain in the neck and throat, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. By eating vegatables, friuts, grain products .
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Diarrhea, dental and gum problems and fatigue.
    6. Smoking and alcohol.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols.
    8. By using screening tests.

  83. mohaied seddeg mls Says:

    part 1
    1.benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    part 2
    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.
    2. Severe throat pain, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. By eating vegetables, fruits, grain products and decreasing the usage of fats and carbohydrates.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Loss of appetite, weight loss or gain. Vomiting and depression.
    6. Smoking and drinking alcohol cause various types of cancers and also exposure to a high dose of radiating would also lead to cancer.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols and sources of radiation,
    8.by tests known by screening tests can find or diagnose cancer early.

  84. ayman bakri mls Says:

    part 1
    1.benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    part 2
    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.
    2. Severe throat pain, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. By eating vegetables, fruits, grain products and decreasing the usage of fats and carbohydrates.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Loss of appetite, weight loss or gain. Vomiting and depression.
    6. Smoking and drinking alcohol cause various types of cancers and also exposure to a high dose of radiating would also lead to cancer.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols and sources of radiation,
    8.by tests known by screening tests can find or diagnose cancer early.

  85. mohaied seddeg mls Says:

    part 1
    1.benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    part 2
    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.
    2. Severe throat pain, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. By eating vegetables, fruits, grain products and decreasing the usage of fats and carbohydrates.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Loss of appetite, weight loss or gain. Vomiting and depression.
    6. Smoking and drinking alcohol cause various types of cancers and also exposure to a high dose of radiating would also lead to cancer.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols and sources of radiation,
    8.by tests known by screening tests can find or diagnose cancer early.

  86. AHMED ADAM mls Says:

    part 1
    1.benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series ov4
    part 21.
    3.somatic pain-viscral pain -acute pain -chronic pain-neuropathic pain
    4.breathing difficult -weakness -increas muscules tone -paralysis
    5.fruite and vegatables .-
    6.chemotherapy treatment and radioactive isotops7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols and sources of radiation,
    7.by tests known by screening tests can find or diagnose cancer early.

    8.fatigue-hair looss-peripheral neuropathy-and the pain

  87. MOGAHED MLS Says:

    PART1
    1.the benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    casual factors.
    2. case control studies involves matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    PART2
    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.
    2. Severe throat pain, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. By eating vegetables, fruits, grain products and decreasing the usage of fats and carbohydrates.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy

  88. asma mohamed Says:

    1.benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series
    3. cohort studies select supject base on their exposure status

    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.

    2hallcination-confusion.
    3.by eating vegatables-fruits carbohydrates.
    4.by radiation -surgery
    6.over replication of DNA.
    7by avoid many of causes like alchohol.

  89. lamia mohammed(MlS) Says:

    1.benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series
    3. cohort studies select supject base on their exposure status

    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.

    2hallcination-confusion.
    3.by eating vegatables-fruits carbohydrates.
    4.by radiation -surgery
    6.over replication of DNA.
    7by avoid many of causes like alchohol.

  90. sulafa awad Says:

    1.to idenification of disease featuer anddiscover a new type of druge.
    2.the control studies select subjects based on disease status while theperspective is select subjects based on their xeposure satus.
    3. cohort studies select supject base on their exposure status
    1.general weekness-headach-full out of heir
    2hallcination-confusion
    3.by eating vegatables-fruits -carbohydrates …etc
    4.by radiation -surgery
    6.over replication of DNA
    7by avoid many of causes like alchohol…etc

  91. Eshraga Idress Alnoor.(MLS) Says:

    1The benefits of analytical studies are .identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involves matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    Q2:
    1. The main features of cancer pain are acutepain, chronic pain,persistant, , phantom pain, and pain from procedures,neuorpathic pain.
    2. coughing, sneezing , difficult breathing –weakness,neck pain.

    3. The nutrition guideline stress people to eat vegatables,friuts ,and eat less sugar and fats.
    4.radioactive isotopes , surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy .
    5. Loss of appetite, weight loss , Vomiting ,hairloss.

    6. countious exposure to radiations or smoking .
    7. by avoiding sources of radiations,and give up smoking.
    8. by certain tests known as screening tests.

  92. Eshraga Idress Alnoor.(MLS) Says:

    1The benefits of analytical studies are .identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    Q2:
    1. the main features of cancer pain are acute pain, chronic pain, persistant,, phantom pain, and pain from procedures, neuorpathic pain.
    2. Coughing, sneezing, difficult breathing –weakness, neck pain.

    3. The nutrition guideline stress people to eat vegatables, friuts, and eat less sugar and fats.
    4. Radioactive isotopes, surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Loss of appetite, weight loss, Vomiting, hair loss.

    6. Countinous exposure to radiations or smoking.
    7. by avoiding sources of radiations, and give up smoking.
    8. by certain tests known as screening tests.

  93. sheeema Says:

    1.somatic pain-viscral pain -acute pain -chronic pain-neuropathic pain
    2.breathing difficult -weakness -increas muscules tone -paralysis
    3.fruite and vegatables .-
    4.chemotherapy treatment and radioactive isotops
    5.fatigue-hair looss-peripheral neuropathy-and the pain
    6.tobaco smoke-the sun-nutral and man made radiation -work place hazard-and asbestos
    7.by avoid smoking andexposure to smoke-by eat your fruits and veggies

  94. Eshraga Idress(MLS) Says:

    1. The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    B:-
    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough, phantom pain, and pain from procedures.
    2. Pain in the neck and throat, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. by eating vegetables, fruits, grain products.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Diarrhea, dental and gum problems and fatigue.
    6. Smoking and drinking alcohol.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols.
    8. By using screening tests which can avoid cancer diseases.

  95. Abdul Hakim Osman Says:

    The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.
    2. Severe throat pain, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. By eating vegetables, fruits, grain products and decreasing the usage of fats and carbohydrates.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Diarrhea, dental and gum problems and fatigue.
    6. Smoking and alcohol.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols.
    8. By using screening tests.

  96. yusra eliaib ali Says:

    1/5baillion pearson
    2/They will be more and more people increasing
    3/ likely to exceed 30 millioncohort studies select supject base on their e likely to exceed 30 million
    6. In towns
    7.40,000 village pharmacies
    8. About 20 billion
    9. 50 acres a minute
    xposure status

  97. Miada Osman Altaeeb Says:

    1.hippocrates
    2.endemic use for some desease fond in some place but not other, epidemic use for desease that are seen in some times but not other.
    3.The fault of human luxury.
    4.the muslim scientist Avicenna.
    5.Avicenna
    6.His hypothesis that infectious disease is caused by ” minute bodies”.
    7.Avicenna.
    8. He wrote that how infectious disease can be transmitted through bodily contact ‘’through gramentes,vessels and earrings.;
    9. They spread by air and multiply by them selves.
    10.by poison gas in sick people.
    11. The scientist Anton van leeuwenhock

  98. ibrahim abd al-dafa mls Says:

    1- a major sourse of the morbidity and mortality in both developed and developing countries. 2- This disease is increasing by the increase in global travel amongst immigrants
    3- this virus stay many month or years
    4- Malaria – smallpox- shigellosis – hepatitisAand B- ADIS
    5-
    Sources Ways disease
    Contaminated food ingest cholera
    Contaminated food ingest hepatitis A
    Waste water mosquitoes Malaria
    Contaminated blood Sexually ADIS
    human respiration TB

  99. abanoub azer MLS Says:

    1-Infectious disease are the commonest affections of mankind and are a major source of the morbidity and mortality in both developed and developing countries.
    2- by the increase in world travel amongst immigrants
    3- for many month or years
    4-malaria – smallpox- shigellosis – hepatitisAand B- tuberculosis
    5-
    Sources Ways disease
    Contaminated food ingest cholera
    Contaminated food ingest hepatitis A
    Waste water mosquitoes Malaria
    Body fliud Sexually ADIS
    human respiration TB

  100. waill yousif bahkiet MLS Says:

    1-Infectious diseases are the major source of morbidity and mortality in both in developed and developing countries.
    2- By wide variety of immigrant traveling
    3- It can stay on the body for many months and can reach a year.
    4-malaria, smallpox, shigellosis, hepatitis and B- tuberculosis
    5-
    Sources Ways disease
    Contaminated food ingestion cholera
    Contaminated food ingestion hepatitis A
    Waste water Female mosquitoes Malaria
    Used needles Sexually and through broken skin ADIS(acute deficiency immune virus)
    Human inhalation TB

  101. rayan elsaddig mls Says:

    THE INFECTIOUS DISEASE:
    1. IT is commonest affliction of mankind and major source of morbidity and mortality.
    2. It is past 30-40years.
    3. it is for many months or years.
    4. THE diseases are hepatitis A and B,CHOLERA, SHIGELLOSIS and SMALLPOX.

  102. Abdul Hakim Osman Says:

    The Lion’s Share

    Once upon a time a lion, a hyena and a jackal sat under a baobab tree. Each of the three carnivores opened up about their frustrations regarding their failed attempts at hunting prey successfully. It was then that the clever jackal thought of an idea that would guarantee a delicious meal for all. The jackal said that by hunting together they can easily catch prey since all three are putting up an effort. The lion and the hyena both thought the idea of cooperation would be a successful one and they readily agreed. With the power of three, they not only managed to catch one animal but three.
    They caught a large zebra, medium sized gazelle and a small hare. The lion then appointed the hyena to divide the bounty three-ways. The conniving hyena gave the zebra to the lion, the hare to the jackal and kept the delicious tender meat of the gazelle for himself. The lion, furious with rage at the hyena for keeping the best part for himself, slapped the hyena with his large front paw, knocking out his left eye in the process. The hyena ran barely hanging on to his life and lucky to have survived. The lion then put the jackal in charge of dividing the bounty. The jackal, shocked & motionless by the brutality he just witnessed and unwilling to go down the same path as the hyena suggested that the lion eat the hare for breakfast, feast on the zebra as lunch and save the delicious meat of the graceful gazelle for dinner. The lion liked what he heard and was pleased with the outcome.

  103. RAYAN ELSADDIG MLS Says:

    THE INFECTIOUS DISEAES:

    1.Itis commonest affliction of mankind and major source of mortality.
    2.Itis past30-40years.
    3.Itis for many month or years.
    4.THEdiseases HEPATITISA andB,CHOLERA,SHIGELLOSIS and SMALLPOX.

  104. dalal omer mls Says:

    1-Infectious diseases are the major source of morbidity and mortality in both in developed and developing countries.
    2- By wide variety of immigrant traveling
    3- It can stay on the body for many months and can reach a year.
    4-malaria, smallpox, shigellosis, hepatitis and B- tuberculosis
    5-
    Sources Ways disease
    Contaminated food ingestion cholera
    Contaminated food ingestion hepatitis A
    Waste water Female mosquitoes Malaria
    Used needles Sexually and through broken skin ADIS(acute deficiency immune virus)
    Human inhalation TB

  105. lamia abdalbagi Says:

    1-Infectious diseases are the major source of morbidity and mortality in both in developed and developing countries.
    2- By wide variety of immigrant traveling
    3- It can stay on the body for many months and can reach a year.
    4-malaria, smallpox, shigellosis, hepatitis and B- tuberculosis
    5-
    Sources Ways disease
    Contaminated food ingestion cholera
    Contaminated food ingestion hepatitis A
    Waste water Female mosquitoes Malaria
    Used needles Sexually and through broken skin ADIS(acute deficiency immune virus)
    Human inhalation TB

  106. abanoub azer tinous MLS Says:

    It was midnight. it was the last day before the beginning of the term .Abanoub was tired.he had got up early and said his prayers ,and he had been rushing around all day.He had been given a booklet about the Students Union a programme of activities in the University and a book about postgraduate studies.Hehad been trying to read through these when his friend Ibrahium had called and taken him back to his room for breakfast.”I have got some fulmusri and some taamia” his friend had said “so you would not feel too homesick”.The breakfast had been delicious, and Abanoub had been slowly drinking his tea when he had suddenly remembered that he had to meet his supervisor,Dr.waill. He had hurried over to the supervisors room,but Dr.waille had been writing a letter and had not noticed that Abanoub was late.

  107. shaimaa abdalmonem mls Says:

    THE INFECTIOUS DISEAES:

    1.Itis commonest affliction of mankind and major source of mortality.
    2.Itis past30-40years.
    3.Itis for many month or years.
    4.THEdiseases HEPATITISA andB,CHOLERA,SHIGELLOSIS and SMALLPOX.

  108. miada osman mls Says:

    .Itis commonest affliction of mankind and major source of mortality.
    2.Itis past30-40years.
    3.Itis for many month or years.
    4.THEdiseases HEPATITISA andB,CHOLERA,SHIGELLOSIS and SMALLPOX.

  109. rayan elsaddig mls Says:

    THE FEVER;
    1.Itis occur when your temperature rises above its normal rang.
    2.Itis normal is 37.
    3.THE symptom: sweeting,shiving, headach,muscleach,lack of appetite ,dehydration and generalweekness.
    4.Itis cause is: hallucination ,confusion , irritability and convulsion.
    5.Itis swollen gland and rash.
    6.Itis sign that something out of the ordinary is going on in your body.
    7. THE advantage is seem to play akey in helping your body and dult.
    8. Because it is with medication.
    9. It is responding to facial expression.
    10. It is may not cause for alarm or reason to call doctor.
    11. IS significant discomfort and has fever after being in very hot.
    12.THE symptom to fever is : severe headache, swelling , skinrash,eye sensitivity, mental confusion and abdominal pain.
    13.THE best way of THERMOMETER –because it is readout of temperature quickly from the ear canal.
    14. It is place adab of petroleum lay your child or stomach, carefully the insert the bulb and remove and read temp as recommended by the manufacturer.
    15. THE rectally is reading is 1 degree F than simultaneously taken oral reading .
    16. THE wall is an option for older dults when taking an oral temperature is not possible.
    17. THE temp orally is place the bulb under your tongue and close your mouth for 3min .
    18. THE temp axillary is place the THERMOMRTER under your arm , hold your arm across your chest and wait 5min then remove THERMOMETER and read the temp.

  110. Eshraga Idress AlNOOR(MLS) Says:

    1-Infectious diseases are commonest afflictions of mankind and are a major source of morbidity and mortality in both developed and developing countries .
    2-The increase in , world travel in the past 30-40 years .
    3-For many months or years.
    4-Tuberculosis, malaria , HIV, small pox , hepatitis A and B.
    5-
    Sources of diseases Ways of infections disease
    skin Person to person spread scabies
    Intestinal tract Faecal-oral spread giardiasis
    water Entery through skin Hepatitis A
    Human body Inoculation of infection AIDS
    Environment Spread by droplets in air influenza

  111. Eshraga Idress Alnoor(MLS) Says:

    I have no father or mother and I live in the streets ,I sleep at night in some dark door way with other children like me. We sleep close together in winter for the sake of warmth. In summer life is better. As soon as the sun rises , I rise because the policeman comes past our door way very early and he is a cruel man. If he finds us there together, he beats us with his hard stick .when I get up I begin my endless wandering through the streets . I keep a sharp look-out for bits of food that may be lying about because I am always hungry .I have never had a good meal my life .some times I collect cigarette-ends and sell them for a few milliemes .If I see a man or a woman with a kind face I beg from them . but I am very small and weak so, if one of my companions sees me with a coin ,he fights me and steals my money . I become very tired with all this walking about and I often sit down in a quiet place by my self and wonder why I was born.

  112. dalal omer mls Says:

    1.Itis occur when your temperature rises above its normal rang.
    2.Itis normal is 37.
    3.THE symptom: sweeting,shiving, headach,muscleach,lack of appetite ,dehydration and generalweekness.
    4.Itis cause is: hallucination ,confusion , irritability and convulsion.
    5.Itis swollen gland and rash.

  113. sulafa awad Says:

    1- are amajor source of morbidity and mortality in both developed and countries
    2- the number of notifications of malaria in he uk has markedly increased during the past decade and tuberculosisis acommon problem amonst immigrants
    3- for many month or years .
    4-smallpox and shigellosis and cholera and hepatitisAand B

  114. Dalal Omer (MLS) Says:

    The Princess and the Pea

    Once upon a time there was a prince who wanted to get married ”but” he said, my bride must be areal princess and she must be absolutely perfect. There were not many perfect princesses available .so he left his comfortable palace and travelled everywhere on his horse looking for areal princess .but there was something wrong with every one of them :one was too stupid , one was too clever , one was too big and another was too small ;one hit him and broke his jaw .the prince went back home very unhappy
    One night there was a great storm with thunder and lightning and the rain poured down .there was a knock at the palace gate .the king took his sword and went to the gate. there was a very attractive girl outside .she had the longest hair he had ever seen .she was cold and wet ,she said ,”i-i-iam a princess .
    The king took her in and gave her some tea and dry clothes. the queen prepared a bed for her she got twenty mattresses and twenty pillow ; then she took a pea and put it on the bed and laid the mattresses and teather pillow on top .the princess had supper and climbed up a ladder into the bed exhausted.
    Next morning the queen went to see her .’did you sleep well , my dear?’ she asked .’no ,very badly .there was something very hard in the bed and now I’m bruised all over ‘ the queen was pleased to hear this .she knew this was a real princess because princesses have very delicate skins .the princes was glad too .
    He married the princess and they lived happily ever after .they put the pea in the museum and everyone came to see it.

  115. fatima altag Says:

    1.`the danger of infectious diseases is it can transmitted from person to another and it major source of mortality and morbidity in both developed countries and developing countries
    2.the number of notifications of malaria in Uk has marked increased during the past decade and tuberculosis is acommon problem amoongest immigrants
    3.may remain in the body for many months or years
    4.malaria-hepatities –TB -AIDS-BROCELOSSIS
    SOURCES OF DISEASE WAYS OF INFECTION DISEASE
    insect Bite of female anophlis malaria
    virus Blood\body fluid hepatities
    bacteria Air\direct contact with pateint tubeculosis
    virus Neddle stick and sexual contact AIDS
    bacteria Cotamenated milk brocelossis

  116. yusra Eltaib Ali Says:

    -Infectious diseases are the major source of morbidity and mortality in both in developed and developing countries.
    2- By wide variety of immigrant traveling
    3- It can stay on the body for many months and can reach a year.
    4-malaria, smallpox, shigellosis, hepatitis and B- tuberculosis
    5-
    Sources Ways disease
    Contaminated food ingestion cholera
    Contaminated food ingestion hepatitis A
    Waste water Female mosquitoes Malaria
    Used needles Sexually and through broken skin ADIS(acute deficiency immune virus)

  117. ibrahim abed aldafa MLS Says:

    In elementary school, a young boy, Suh ali-young (played by Kwon Sang-woo), meets a pretty little blind girl named sara Hae-in (played by Kim Hee Sun). At first, he seems to despise her, but as they become closer and closer they learn to fall in love with each other. Their childhood goes on and finishes in the first episode. Hae-in and ali-young are always together, facing problems with ali-young’s mother, Hwa-ali, who won’t stop trying to tear the two apart, for she likes ali-young but he ignores her while Min-ho, who likes Hwa-ali, hates and detests ali-young. Later on, they are separated even further under unfair consequences and just as they reunite after maybe a month or two, Hae-in moves to jeda with her aunt and her new uncle. But luck is still not with them because of the uncle, Hwa-alis ability to intercept any messages between the two and the horrible lie that Hwa-ali weaves that Hae-in faces, making her face away slowly from Joon-young and falls in love with another, Lee Gun-woo and the he is ali-young’s best friend after their first bad meeting. Everything soon leads to shock, realization, heartbreak and in some ways, betrayal.

  118. lamia mohammed Says:

    When I was seventeen years old I went to sea in a journey . we sailed the weather was fine all the way but after many days since we had loose the food and decided to go to shore but when we near the sore the greet storm was come and the ship was broken and I fill in the sea but I am swimming to reach the shore when I reached the shore of the island I find gigantic people on it one of them see me and carry me on your hand and laughing . every thing in the island is gigantic .when I came of the little man went into all part of country come to see me and the king know about me and his queen ask for me to see and it give the man money and keep me . in one day the queen and king go to journey in the sea and she carry me in small box in the ship but a strong storm was come and I fell in the sea and reach my country .

    Lamia Mohammed
    MLS first year

  119. thuweiba ali Says:

    1. infectous disease are the major source of morbidity and mortality in the both developed and developing countres .
    2. the number of notification ofmalaria in the UK has markedly increased during the past decade and tuberculosis is common problem amongst immigrauts.
    3. remain in the boy for many month or years.
    4. tuberculosis -malaria- HIV hepatitis.
    5. sources of disease 6. ways of infection 7. disease
    8. virus 9. contaminated needles 10. HIV
    11. incect 12. bite of famel anofles 13. malaria
    14. bacteria 15. by broken skin 16. anthrax
    17. bacteria 18. airborne droplet 19. tuberculosis
    20. bacteria 21. aerosols 22. meningitidis
    23. 24. 25.
    26.

  120. lamia mohammed Says:

    1-infection diseaes are the commonest afflictions of mankind and source of morbidity and mortality in developed and developing country.
    2-it becom common problem amongst immigrant.
    3-for many month and year.
    4-tuberclosis, malaria,dhyria, influnza, heptits A.
    5-* sources virus and the way is blood and body fluid the diseas is heptits.
    *sources virus and the way is sexual contact diseas is ADIS.
    *sources bacteria and the way is air and cntact with patant diseas is TB.
    *sources bacteria and the way iscontaminat milkdiseas is brocelosis

  121. asged alhag saeed (MLS) Says:

    1-infection diseaes are the commonest afflictions of mankind and source of morbidity and mortality in developed and developing country.
    2-it becom common problem amongst immigrant.
    3-for many month and year.
    4-tuberclosis, malaria,dhyria, influnza, heptits A.
    5-* sources virus and the way is blood and body fluid the diseas is heptits.

  122. dalal omer mls Says:

    The Princes and the Pea
    Once upon a time there was a prince who wanted to get married ”but” he said, my bride must be areal princess and she must be absolutely perfect. There were not many perfect princesses available .so he left his comfortable palace and travelled everywhere on his horse looking for areal princess .but there was something wrong with every one of them :one was too stupid , one was too clever , one was too big and another was too small ;one hit him and broke his jaw .the prince went back home very unhappy
    One night there was a great storm with thunder and lightning and the rain poured down .there was a knock at the palace gate .the king took his sword and went to the gate. there was a very attractive girl outside .she had the longest hair he had ever seen .she was cold and wet ,she said ,”i-i-iam a princess .
    The king took her in and gave her some tea and dry clothes. the queen prepared a bed for her she got twenty mattresses and twenty pillow ; then she took a pea and put it on the bed and laid the mattresses and teather pillow on top .the princess had supper and climbed up a ladder into the bed exhausted.
    Next morning the queen went to see her .’did you sleep well , my dear?’ she asked .’no ,very badly .there was something very hard in the bed and now I’m bruised all over ‘ the queen was pleased to hear this .she knew this was a real princess because princesses have very delicate skins .the princes was glad too .
    He married the princess and they lived happily ever after .they put the pea in the museum and everyone came to see it.

  123. thuweiba ali Says:

    THE IMGINATION WORLD
    Once upon time two babies are born on the same day into very different lives one is prince and one day he will be king the other is a pauper and he will beg on the streets.
    After ten years past they meet and they change placed for the short time they enjoy but then they cannot change back.the pauper called tom he love listened stories about prince and king and he hope to become prince .he meet the sorceress and tell hrer about his hope .on the other hand the prince wanted to become a pauper to life a few days simple life like a poor people .also tell the sorceress about that .
    The sorceress decided to change place him she do it and then she died and no one from people able to change him and no people belive the story but the prince he know greet seal the people they know the prince for that and back the prince pauper and the pauper prince they live a friend for ever.

  124. asmaa mohamed Says:

    1-Infectious disease are the commonest afflication of mankind and are amajor source of morbidity and mortality in both developed and developing countries.
    2-Is acommon problem amongst immigrants
    3-remain in the body for many month or years
    4-tuberculosis,malaria,hepatitis.measles.
    5-Sources of disease Ways of infection Disease
    Bacteria “Aerosols Tuberculosis
    virus Contaminated needle HIV
    Insect Female anopheles malaria
    Bacteria Aerosols meningitidis

  125. nisteha mahamed Says:

    1=infection diseaes are the commonest afflictions of mankind and source of morbidity and mortality in developed and developing country.
    2-=t becom common problem amongst immigrant.
    3=for many month and year.
    4=tuberclosis, malaria,dhyria, influnza, heptits A.
    5=sources virus and the way is blood and body fluid the diseas is heptits.
    6=sources virus and the way is sexual contact diseas is ADIS.
    7=sources bacteria and the way is air and cntact with patant diseas is TB.
    =sources bacteria and the way iscontaminat milkdiseas is brocelosis

  126. randa malik Says:

    . infectous disease are the major source of morbidity and mortality in the both developed and developing countres .
    2. the number of notification ofmalaria in the UK has markedly increased during the past decade and tuberculosis is common problem amongst immigrauts.
    3. remain in the boy for many month or years.
    4. tuberculosis -malaria- HIV hepatitis.
    5. sources of disease 6. ways of infection 7. disease
    8. virus 9. contaminated needles 10. HIV
    11. incect 12. bite of famel anofles 13. malaria
    14. bacteria 15. by broken skin 16. anthrax
    17. bacteria 18. airborne droplet 19. tuberculosis
    20. bacteria 21. aerosols 22. meningitidis
    23. 24. 25.

  127. sulafa awad Says:

    Every father when your son rich certain age he depend on it do all thing but in these story of rich man who don’t want his son help him, he say you are foolish you are fool you can’t help me.
    The rich man put his money in room one day the was stolen , the son say let me look at the key then is soap on it some one make copy of it but if h found the thieves will you let me help you in your work the father says yes . the son follow the mark on ground and rich the river behind the river there is hot .it has window the son looked at window he see man count the money of her father than he bring the solder and get the money

  128. asma mohamed Says:

    Before five years ago in my school one girl in the primery school,she very smart and very excellent student,suddenly his behavior change to bad and became lazy and careless,also sleeping all time.
    Surprise for this behavior.When the teacher in school ask him,the girl crying and tel him my father give me every day small boxI do not know what found inside togive my friend to give it your father.
    In one day Decided to open the box and I found small species i sollow. after that Isecse all my boady tired also i need to sleep most the time.The teacher taken him to hospital and make check,un foretionatlythe The result was the horrwen is very high.

  129. niseha mohamed Says:

    ADULTERY

    .
    Adultery is the voluntary sexual intercourse between a married person and another person who is not that person’s spouse. In most cases and especially in Western countries, only the married party is said to have committed adultery, and if both parties are married (but not to each other) then they both commit separate acts of adultery. In other countries, both parties to the adultery are considered guilty, while in others again only the woman is able to commit adultery and to be considered guilty. In some cases it is only considered adultery when a married woman has sexual relations with someone without the permission of her husband.
    Adultery is illegal in some countries. The interaction between laws on adultery with those on rape has and does pose particular problems in societies that are especially sensitive to sexual relations by a married woman, such as some Muslim countries
    Adultery is having intercourse with women other than marriage contract, and is a major sin according to scholarly consensus, the Almighty said: (And come not near adultery that he was immoral and an evil way) (Al-Isra: 32.
    And the Almighty said: (and those who invoke not with Allah another god, nor kill the soul which Allah has forbidden, except for weighing in and who does it receive the punishment) (Furqan: 68

    The penalty for adultery in Islam
    Any non-Muslim married, unmarried, 100 lashes with Westernization year, as well as Muslim Allah says ((the adulteress and the adulterer and lash each one of them a hundred lashes and take you by the mercy of Allah’s religion, if you believe in Allah and the Last Day, and the punishment be witnessed by a number of believers)) Al-Nor verse (2)
    Muslim married any married, death by stoning to death, as well as any married Muslim fortified punishable by stoning
    to death
    Fortified:
    Is married or has entered the marriage with his wife
    Terms of application of the penalty
    Four witnesses testify trustworthy men of good character to enter the penis vulva (the absence of the male glans at least) the direct eye view. Or recognition of the adulterer or adulteress himself what he did choose me. And shows the difficulty of establishing this limit, and this so as not to become easy to accuse people of adultery

  130. fatima altag Says:

    Last month decided to make birthday. told my father and my mother and they agreed of my idea .we invited the relatives and neighbors and my friends.
    My father went to market to buy some require to the party. we prepare the sweets and cake and chocolates and waxes and roses. when the gussets were came we given them the Pepsi and sweet and we cut one of those huge birthday cakes with white sugar on the top. when people around her clapped.-and I received the congratulations and presents from my friends and after that the party was started and all of them were dances and sings and all of them were very happy .in the last of party we made with my friend s plays and toys .and we very enjoyed by that day .after that the guests left to them house and the day was very enjoyable and beautiful and I don’t forgotten absolutely.

  131. alaa mohamed-group2-mls Says:

    -Infectious disease are the commonest affections of mankind and are a major source of the morbidity and mortality in both developed and developing countries.
    2- by the increase in world travel amongst immigrants
    3- for many month or years
    4-malaria – smallpox- shigellosis – hepatitisAand B- tuberculosis
    5-
    Sources Ways disease
    Contaminated food ingest cholera
    Contaminated food ingest hepatitis A
    Waste water mosquitoes Malaria
    Body fliud Sexually ADIS
    human respiration TB

  132. alaa mohamed-group2-mls Says:

    1-Infectious disease are the commonest affections of mankind and are a major source of the morbidity and mortality in both developed and developing countries.
    2- by the increase in world travel amongst immigrants
    3- for many month or years
    4-malaria – smallpox- shigellosis – hepatitisAand B- tuberculosis
    5-
    Sources Ways disease
    Contaminated food ingest cholera
    Contaminated food ingest hepatitis A
    Waste water mosquitoes Malaria
    Body fliud Sexually ADIS
    human respiration TB

  133. hager almamoun -mls Says:

    6/nfectious diseases are caused by small minute bodies
    7/Persian physician Avicenna
    8/Wrote a treatise called on the pague
    9/To spread by air multiply by them selves
    10/Poisongas in sick people
    11/By anton van Leeuwenhoek

  134. hager almamoun -mls Says:

    1/4.5milion people
    2/twobili0n
    3/three quarters of the world patiants
    .
    5/providing these gigantic urban slums with health care.
    6/in towns
    7/40000 village
    8/aboute$20 bilion

  135. hager almamoun -mls Says:

    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough.

    2hallcination-confusion.
    3.by eating vegatables-fruits carbohydrates.
    4.by radiation -surgery
    6.over replication of DNA.
    7by avoid many of causes like alchohol.

    1. The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.

  136. hager almamoun -mls Says:

    HEALTHY LIFE STYLE :Better lifestyle habits can help you reduce your risk for heart attack. Learn what you can do to help prevent heart disease and stroke.
    You Are What You Eat
    Better food habits can help you reduce your risk for heart attack. A healthful eating plan means choosing the right foods to eat and preparing foods in a healthy Managing Your Weight
    We can help you manage your lifestyle to better manage your weight and reduce your risk fKids and a Healthy Lifestyle
    The American Heart Association is working to raise public awareness about the serious threat posed by childhood obesity. Learn more about the various ways on how you can become involved in improving children’s health. moreor heart attack. moreway.

  137. hiba ibrahim Says:

    1.the greek physician Hippocrates.
    2.endemic use for some desease fond in some place but not other, epidemic use for desease that are seen in some times but not other.
    3.that it was primarily the fault of human luxury.

    4. The physician Avicenna.
    5.ibn khatima.

    6-Infectious diseases are caused by small “minute bodies “ which enter the human body and cause disease.

    7.the scientist Avicenna.

    8. He wrote that how infectious disease can be transmitted through bodily contact through gramentes,vessels and earrings.;
    9. They spread by air and multiply by them selves.

    10.by putting the poison gas in sick people.

    11. Anton van leeuwenhock.

  138. hiba ibrahim Says:

    1-Infectious disease are the commonest affections of mankind and are a major source of the morbidity and mortality in both developed and developing countries.
    2- by the increase in world travel amongst immigrants
    3- for many month or years
    4-malaria – smallpox- shigellosis – hepatitisAand B- tuberculosis
    5-
    Sources Ways disease
    Contaminated food ingest cholera
    Contaminated food ingest hepatitis A
    Waste water mosquitoes Malaria
    Body fliud Sexually ADIS
    human respiration TB

  139. hiba ibrahim Says:

    1- are amajor source of morbidity and mortality in both developed and countries
    2- the number of notifications of malaria in he uk has markedly increased during the past decade and tuberculosisis acommon problem amonst immigrants
    3- for many month or years .
    4-smallpox and shigellosis and cholera and hepatitisAand B

  140. hiba ibrahim Says:

    1. The benefits of analytical studies are identification of the disease features or patient history, and also to investigate possible
    Casual factors.
    2. Case control studies involve matching comparable controls with out the disease to the cases in the series, but prospective studies involves following case series over the time to evaluate the diseases natural history.
    3. The main features of cohort studies are the selected subjects based on their exposure status and through time to asses their later outcome.
    1. Acute or chronic, persistent, breakthrough, phantom pain, and pain from procedures.
    2. Pain in the neck and throat, coughing, and sneezing.
    3. by eating vegetables, fruits, grain products.
    4. Surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy.
    5. Diarrhea, dental and gum problems and fatigue.
    6. Smoking and drinking alcohol.
    7. by avoiding tobacco and alcohols.
    8. By using screening tests which can avoid cancer diseases.

  141. hiba ibrahim Says:

    1- 4.6 billion people.
    2-Two billion.
    3-Three quarters of the world’s patients.
    4-Acondition of life so characterized by malnutrition, illiteracy, disease, high infant mortality, and low life expectancy as to be beneath any reasonable definition of human decency.
    5-They are likely to exceed 30 million people by the year 2020.
    6-In towns.
    7-40,000 village pharmacies.
    8-Only about $20 billion is spent annually on development aid.
    10-At the rate of 50 acres a minute.

  142. nisteha mohamed Says:

    .1 to the idenification of disease featuer anddiscover a new type of druge.
    2.=the control studies select subjects based on disease status while theperspective is select subjects based on their xeposure satus.
    3= cohort studies select supject base on their exposure status
    1general weekness-headach-full out of heir
    2hallcination-confusion
    3.by eating vegatables-fruits -carbohydrates
    4=by radiation -surgery
    6=.over replication of DNA
    7=by avoid many of causes like alchohol

  143. israamohmmed Says:

    1.c
    2,b
    3.a
    4.d
    5.a

  144. bibiana jhon hassan Says:

    [Edit] Etymology
    During the middle Ages the hospital could serve other functions, such as almshouse for the poor, hostel for pilgrims, or hospital school. The name comes from Latin hospes (host), which also is the root for the English words hotel, hostel, and hospitality. The modern word hotel derives from the French word hostel, which featured a silent s, eventually removed from the word to leave a circumflex on modern French hôtel. The word also is related to the Sanskrit word ‘Ispital’ and the German ‘Spital’.
    Grammar of the word differs slightly depending on the dialect. In the U.S., hospital usually requires an article; in Britain and elsewhere, the word normally is used without an article when it is the object of a preposition and when referring to a patient (“in/to the hospital” vs. “in/to hospital”); in Canada, both uses are found.
    [edit] Types
    Some patients go to a hospital just for diagnosis, treatment, or therapy and then leave (‘outpatients’) without staying overnight; while others are ‘admitted’ and stay overnight or for several weeks or months (‘inpatients’). Hospitals usually are distinguished from other types of medical facilities by their ability to admit and care for inpatients and the others often are described as a clinic.
    [edit] General
    The best-known type of hospital is the general hospital, which is set up to deal with many kinds of disease and injury, and typically has an emergency department to deal with immediate and urgent threats to health. A general hospital typically is the major health care facility in its region, with large numbers of beds for intensive care and long-term care; and specialized facilities for surgery, plastic surgery, childbirth, bioassay laboratories, and so forth. Larger cities may have many several hospitals of varying sizes and facilities. Some hospitals, especially in the United States, have their own ambulance service.
    [edit] Specialized

    A teaching hospital in Canada
    Types of specialized hospitals include trauma centers, rehabilitation hospitals, children’s hospitals, seniors’ (geriatric) hospitals, and hospitals for dealing with specific medical needs such as psychiatric problems (see psychiatric hospital), certain disease categories, and so forth.
    A hospital may be a single building or a number of buildings on a campus. Many hospitals with pre-twentieth-century origins began as one building and evolved into campuses. Some hospitals are affiliated with universities for medical research and the training of medical personnel such as physicians and nurses, often called teaching hospitals. Worldwide, most hospitals are run on a nonprofit basis by governments or charities. Within the United States, most hospitals are nonprofit.[citation needed]
    [edit] Teaching
    A teaching hospital combines assistance to patients with teaching to medical students and nurses and often is linked to a medical school or nursing school. Some of these are associated with universities
    [edit] Clinics
    A medical facility smaller than a hospital is generally called a clinic, and often is run by a government agency for health services or a private partnership of physicians (in nations where private practice is allowed). Clinics generally provide only outpatient services.
    [edit] Departments

    Resuscitation room bed after a trauma intervention, showing the highly technical equipment of modern hospitals
    See also: Category:Hospital departments
    Hospitals vary widely in the services they offer and therefore, in the departments they have. They may have acute services such as an emergency department or specialist trauma centre, burn unit, surgery, or urgent care. These may then be backed up by more specialist units such as cardiology or coronary care unit, intensive care unit, neurology, cancer center, and obstetrics and gynecology.
    Some hospitals will have outpatient departments and some will have chronic treatment units such as behavioral health services, dentistry, dermatology, psychiatric ward, rehabilitation services, and physical therapy.
    Common support units include a dispensary or pharmacy, pathology, and radiology, and on the non-medical side, there often are medical records departments and/or release of information department.
    [edit] History
    [edit] Early examples

    View of the Askleipion of Kos, the best preserved instance of an Asklepieion.

    A physician visiting the sick in a hospital, German engraving from 1682
    In ancient cultures, religion and medicine were linked. The earliest documented institutions aiming to provide cures were Egyptian temples. In ancient Greece, temples dedicated to the healer-god Asclepius, known as Asclepieia (Greek: Ασκληπιεία, sing. Asclepieion Ασκληπιείον), functioned as centers of medical advice, prognosis, and healing At these shrines, patients would enter a dream-like state of induced sleep known as “enkoimesis” (Greek: ενκοίμησις) not unlike anesthesia, in which they either received guidance from the deity in a dream or were cured by surgery. Asclepeia provided carefully controlled spaces conducive to healing and fulfilled several of the requirements of institutions created for healing. In the Asclepieion of Epidaurus, three large marble boards dated to 350 BC preserve the names, case histories, complaints, and cures of about 70 patients who came to the temple with a problem and shed it there. Some of the surgical cures listed, such as the opening of an abdominal abscess or the removal of traumatic foreign material, are realistic enough to have taken place, but with the patient in a state of enkoimesis induced with the help of soporific substances such as opium The worship of Asclepius was adopted by the Romans. Under his Roman name Æsculapius, he was provided with a temple (291 BC) on an island in the Tiber in Rome, where similar rites were performed.
    According to the Mahavamsa, the ancient chronicle of Sinhalese royalty, written in the sixth century A.D., King Pandukabhaya (fourth century B.C.) had lying-in-homes and hospitals (Sivikasotthi-Sala) built in various parts of the country. This is the earliest documentary evidence we have of institutions specifically dedicated to the care of the sick anywhere in the world.[6][7] Mihintale Hospital is the oldest in the world.[8] Ruins of ancient hospitals in Sri Lanka are still in existence in Mihintale, Anuradhapura, and Medirigiriya.[9]
    Institutions created specifically to care for the ill also appeared early in India. King Asoka is said to have founded at least eighteen hospitals ca. 230 B.C., with physicians and nursing staff, the expense being borne by the royal treasury.[10] Stanley Finger (2001) in his book, Origins of Neuroscience: A History of Explorations Into Brain Function, cites an Asoka edict translated as: “Everywhere King Posadas (Asoka) erected two kinds of hospitals, hospitals for people and hospitals for animals. Where there were no healing herbs for people and animals, he ordered that they be bought and planted.”[11] However Dominick Wujastyk of the University College London disputes this, arguing that the edict indicates that Asoka built rest houses (for travelers) instead of hospitals, and that this was misinterpreted due to the reference to medical herbs.[12]
    The first teaching hospital where students were authorized to practice methodically on patients under the supervision of physicians as part of their education was the Academy of Gundishapur in the Persian Empire. One expert has argued that “to a very large extent, the credit for the whole hospital system must be given to Persia”.

  145. omer al-siddiq ahmed Says:

    An elderly carpenter was ready to retire. He told his employer-contractor of his plans to leave the house-building business to live a more leisurely life with his wife and enjoy his extended family. He would miss the paycheck each week, but he wanted to retire. They could get by.

    The contractor was sorry to see his good worker go & asked if he could build just one more house as a personal favor. The carpenter said yes, but over time it was easy to see that his heart was not in his work. He resorted to shoddy workmanship and used inferior materials. It was an unfortunate way to end a dedicated career.

    When the carpenter finished his work, his employer came to inspect the house. Then he handed the front-door key to the carpenter and said, “This is your house… my gift to you.”

    The carpenter was shocked!

    What a shame! If he had only known he was building his own house, he would have done it all so differently.

    So it is with us. We build our lives, a day at a time, often putting less than our best into the building. Then, with a shock, we realize we have to live in the house we have built. If we could do it over, we would do it much differently.

    But, you cannot go back. You are the carpenter, and every day you hammer a nail, place a board, or erect a wall. Someone once said, “Life is a do-it-yourself project.” Your attitude, and the choices you make today, help build the “house” you will live in tomorrow. Therefore, Build wisely!

  146. ali ahmed sLEM- MLS Says:

    the summa

  147. walamakki Says:

    English language is very important. English is universal language. Every medical student needs to learn English. For me it is not difficult. But I need some skills in speaking and writing. Most of students can learn English. You must remember points below:
    • Firstly you must work Hard.
    • Make a large vocabulary for yourself (Spelling is very important.
    • And you must know the meaning of those words.
    • Read more books in English.
    • Try to listen English more and more.

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