Waiting …

November 28, 2009

Today waiting in jusco for my dad.

I went to PD and cheras Leisure mall to play game : p

Oh yeah! Baby!

November 27, 2009

My title

Yeah Baby YEAh!

From Austin Power!

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WTF?! Pink Gundam!

November 27, 2009

WTF!!!

The famous Gundam had turn into barbie….

It look like Sonia's Nintendo DS.

What other things that this gundam remind you? Feel free to share with us here.

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I don’t think anyone wants to be told they’re an addict — the word conjures up images of drugs, uncontrollable needs, and interventions. Oh, and add to that potato chips, cookies, and candy bars. Sound odd? A new study says that eating junk food can fuel an addiction that is on par with what a cocaine or heroin junkie feels.

The study, conducted by the Scripps Research Institute, followed the behavioral patterns of lab rats that were given an unlimited supply of junk food. Over time, the rats had less sensitivity in their brain’s pleasure centers and needed to up the amount of high-fat and high-calorie foods they were eating, in effect, to get high. Not surprisingly, the rats got really fat too — doubling their initial weight.

To find out what this study means for people, read more.

To see how dependent the rats became on junk food, the scientists decided to punish them with an electric shock whenever they ate foods high in fat. The rats who had been eating the junk food for at least five days chowed down despite the electric shocks, and rats not exposed to junk food quickly stopped. I can’t imagine any kind of food that’s good enough to get electrocuted over!

Perhaps the biggest telltale sign happened when the rats were deprived of junk food. Instead of eating the healthy food replacement, they stopped eating altogether, and some went two weeks without food — can you say withdrawals? In the end, scientists concluded that the brain responds to junk food in the same way it responds to drugs.

Obviously, rats aren’t people, but scientists say the study may be extremely telling about the effect a person’s diet has on their brain. The fear is that a continuous diet high in fat and calories can permanently alter how a person responds to food. Just another reason to put down the doughnuts.

Source: Getty

While I was reading this article , I had a Pringles within my reach….

I’m a Junk food addict… Somebody help!

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Health care in Pantai Cheras

November 23, 2009

My aunt had denggi fever and got admitted into Cheras Pantai hospital.
It is a private hospital however the service wasn’t any where close to
prefect. Especially the nurse quality , I understand every experience
nurse start from inexperience, however Pantai cheras nurse sound like
they are all still in training for me and my aunt.

What happen was, the nurses unable to drain the blood from my aunt
vein without a few attamp , each failure is really painful for my aunt
as you can imagirin the thick needle went into your flesh and the
suction from the needle pull on your internal muscle leaving a bruise
on it. Then repeat the same failure again and again.

Only if the nurse can understand the pain and the mental fear on this
process , I think their current learning curve isn’t anywhere shape
enough. Why can’t their learn on their mistake? Or do they acknowledge
it is a mistake and cause pain to patient who already in pain?

Nick
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2012 movie poster

November 23, 2009

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Be a leader!

November 22, 2009

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Rainy night view from Pavilion. KLCC is huge!

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Disney Princess

November 15, 2009

The lesson you like from Disney all the time!

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