Catching a flu can make it harder to manage daily life, so you should do everything you can avoid cold or flu. When you are sick with a flu, your body sends out hormones to fight the infection. Having flu may curb your appetite, but it is important to eat something anyway. If you have a fever, vomiting, or diarrhea, you will have to be careful not to allow your body to become dehydrated. Try to average about 1 cup of fluid every hour. If you are diabetic then choose water or sugar-free liquids. There is no medicine that will prevent or cure the common cold or flu, but there are medicines that can relieve some of the symptoms. These tips may help in flu: Take vitamin C espacially from natural source like lemon juice, orange juice, pomegranate juice, etc. Drink Black tea/Green tea/herbal tea without sugar and milk. Brsh and floss your teeth twice a day. If you smoke, quit. Take care of your general health.
JSQM’s ‘Azadi Rally’ demands pre-1843 independence for Sindh
Courtesy: The News, Sunday, November 08, 2009
By Urooj Zia, Karachi, Sindh
Rights for the people of Sindh, and the re-establishment of the pre-1843 status of the province were the main demands of the “Azadi Rally” organised on Saturday by the Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz (JSQM) Basheer Qureshi group. At least 200,000 people — mostly young men from rural Sindh — participated in the march, and managed to block major roads and thoroughfares in the city.
“Sindh collects Rs1,200 billion as tax; it is responsible for 70 per cent of Pakistan’s total oil production, and 65 per cent of its total gas production every year,” Qureshi said, adding that despite this, the resources of Sindh were not controlled by the residents of this province.
Speakers at the rally demanded that the independent pre-1843 status of the province be reinstated, while the participants of the march chanted anti-Pakistan slogans.
Before 1843, Sindh had, as a sovereign state, signed a treaty with the British Raj, allowing the latter’s ships to pass through the Indus River. The Raj, in return, had to pay a tax to the government of Sindh. The Indus River had thus served as an important route for the British in their war in Afghanistan.
At the time, geographically, the sovereign state of Sindh was larger than the current province. Apart from the current territory, it also included Multan (currently in Punjab), Jaisalmir (India), and Lasbella and Sibi (currently in Balochistan). “Now, however, when we demand the reinstatement of pre-1843 Sindh, we are not talking about geographical boundaries. We want a sovereign state of Sindh,” JSQM leaders told The News.
Some participants of the march also said that while the concluding speeches were being made, streetlights in the area were suddenly switched off “exactly like October 18 , right before the Karsaz bomb blasts.”
No untoward incidents were reported on Saturday, however, and the rally concluded peacefully.
by Omar Ali
A Different Pakistan Then! What Now? Indeed, a different Pakistan, where the karma of the British Raj was still relatively intact (SPs, DCs were god) and most simple civilians had no idea that the blessed army of the faithful had already started their “rent-an-army” business and were now in the middle of the first of several disastrous wars they would launch without thinking through the consequences. ….
Courtesy: Omar Ali & email@example.com
By Muhammad Haroon Bahlkani, Kashmore, Sindh
A Study Conducted in Low Literacy District Kashmore of Upper Sindh
Abstract – All parents want their children to learn. But the level of their desire and efforts vary because of different socio-cultural and economical factors. Parents’ educational level also influences their urge of making their children to learn. Therefore, the behavior and attitude of parents towards the education of their children varies accordingly. This study was conducted to identify the parents’ behavior towards the education of their children at secondary level.
There is huge healing power within each of us that knows exactly what and where each of our ailments is and knows exactly what to do correct them. It is inside our body in an unlimited amount with out any cost. Our wellness involves choices and action. The choices we make each day and the action s we take can lead to a healthier life. Making positive choices in the areas of physical fitness, work, stress and nutrition promotes our well-being. Making a life-long commitment to a healthy lifestyle can reduce the effect o chronic medical illness. Give us more energy, increase our self-esteem and reduce the risk of illness.
Did you know our bodies are over 60% water? It keeps our bodies cool, cushions our organs and joints, and maintains our bodies in peak condition. Staying hydrated is especially important in summer, when our body uses water to keep you cool when you’re running around or just walking.
“The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease. – Thomas A. Edison”