3 Best VPS Host 2020

VPS hosting is one of the most efficient ways to host any website. It is an upgrade from even though you will still share your website server with others but the number of other websites will be fewer. However, choosing a reliable VPS provider is not that easy since there are plenty of VPS providers out there.

Here is a list of 3 best VPS host 2020 that offer the most reliable VPS service without affecting your website’s uptime.

3 Best VPS Host 2020

  1. HostGator

HostGator is the most reliable service provider in 2020 offering several hosting services including VPS hosting at an economical price along with a 99.99% website uptime guarantee.

HostGator has three VPS hosting plans starting with Snappy 2000, which includes 2 GB RAM, 2 CPU cores, and 120 GB disk space. These are generous allocations that should cover most websites except the most demanding ones.

The Snappy 4000 plan offers 4 GB RAM, 165 GB storage. For the websites that are more demanding but not require its dedicated server, HostGator offers the Snappy 8000 plan which includes 8 GB RAM, 4 CPU cores, and 240 GB storage.

The final pricing varies depending on whether you opt for their monthly plans or want to buy one of their annual plans. For example, the Snappy 2000 plan costs $29.95/month, but if you opt for a 3-year plan then it will cost you $19.95/month. They also offer a 45-day money-back guarantee with all their plans.

  1. Bluehost

Bluehost is another powerful and capable VPS hosting provider that offers a 99.98% website uptime guarantee. Bluehost offers three VPS plans and all their plans include an SL certificate and a 1-year domain.

The cheapest plan is the Standard plan that costs $29.99/month normally but you can get the first term at $18.99/month. This will give you 2 CPU cores, 2 GB RAM, 30 GB SSD storage, 1 TB bandwidth, and a 1 IP address.

The Enhanced plan costs $59.99/month normally but you can get the first term at $29.99/month. This will give you 2 CPU cores, 4 GB RAM, 60 GB SSD storage, 2 TB bandwidth, and 2 IP addresses.

The top-tier Ultimate plan costs $119.99/month but can get the first term at $59.99/month. This will give you 4 CPU cores, 120 GB SSD storage, 8 GB RAM, 3 TB bandwidth, 2 IP addresses.

  1. InMotion

InMotion is another good VPS hosting provider that offers generous resource allocations with a 99.99% website uptime guarantee. InMotion offers two types of VPS hosting – managed VPS Hosting and Self-Managed Cloud VPS Hosting.

Under Managed Cloud Hosting, it offers three plans –

· The VPS-1000 HA-S plan costs $44.99/month and includes 4 GB RAM, 75 GB storage, 4 TB bandwidth, free SSL certificates.

· The VPS-2000 HA-S plan costs $74.99/month 6 GB RAM, 150 GB storage, 5 TB bandwidth, free SSL certificates.

· The VPS-3000 HA-S plan costs $129.99/month and includes 8 GB RAM, 260 GB storage, 6 TB bandwidth, free SSL certificates.

Under Self-Managed Cloud VPS Hosting, InMotion offers eight different plans starting with cVPS-1 to cVPS-32 that includes 1 GB RAM to 32 GB RAM, and costs start with $5 for cVPS-1 to $160 for cVPS-32.

The minimum SSD storage starts with 25 GB for cVPS-1 to 640 GB for cVPS-32 and CPU cores start with 1 core for cVPS-1 to 8 cores for cVPS-32. The metered bandwidth starts with 1 TB bandwidth for cVPS-1 to 7 TB bandwidth for cVPS-32.…

Overview of Latest Medical Spa Services in New York City

While New York City as a major fashion and entertainment capital has always had significant spa services offerings, they were previously limited to traditional spa treatments like facials, massage and waxing. Today however, medical spa services, which combine cosmetic medicine procedures with the experience of an aesthetic day spa, are increasingly accessible and popular. The latest medical spa services include laser hair removal, veins removal, wrinkles treatment, chemical peels and more are all the rage, and New York City certainly has no shortage of these medical spa services.

In fact, the availability of medical spa services is so well recognized and sought after that major New York City publications regularly rank the best of the best in terms of quality and variety of medical spa services, prices, customer environment and overall experience.

Increasingly New York City's medical spa services are combining both medical and non-medical treatments at the same facility, so that you can get quick, popular medical spa services like Botox or collagen in the same set of appointments as your usual manicure or pedicure. Centers specializing in medical spa services for cosmetic dentistry, such as tooth whitening, are also springing up.

Medical spas are defined as such, not just because they offer treatments that are medical in nature, but because a doctor is on-site to supervise and administer services as appropriate. This allows for the highest standard of care in aesthetic procedures, which while increasingly commonplace can carry some risks. It also allows you to get medical input into what medical spa services will give you the results you're looking for in smoother, younger, firmer and healthier skin.

Medical spa services generally require some recovery time, but of course allow you to go home promptly after treatment. However, injectibles, microdermabrasion and chemical and fruit acid peels can all result in temporary redness, swelling and tenderness, so it's important to remember that these spa treatments should be done appropriately in advance of a special occasion and scheduled so that you can go home and relax as you wait for their amazing results to take effect.

While much of the emphasis on medical spa services is on the face, medical spa services in New York City address the whole body. One of the most popular medical spa services is laser hair removal as a more effective, long-term and less painful alternative to waxing or electrolysis or hair removal on any part of the body. Laser hair removal treatment requires a series of appointments (usually six, but it can vary) to reach the full level of efficacy.

Other body treatments available at New York City medical spas include non-surgical cellulite reduction treatments such as Velashape. These non-surgical cellulite reduction procedures generally utilize massage as well as heat, radio waves and massage to break up cellulite and improve the appearance of areas affected by it. Like many medical spa services, some discomfort is common but recovery is easy.

Other medical spa services available in New York City include focus on other common problems that can cause discomfort both aesthetic and physical such as spider and varicose veins, podiatry concerns and even treatments for excess sweating. Additionally, many of New York City's medical spas offer products for take-home use that maintain or continue the work done in the medical spa setting.

While spa services in general were once considered largely the domain of women, medical spa services are targeted to and used by both genders. Many medical spas offer couples treatment services or specifically target the needs of one gender or the other. Without a doubt, if you are interested in medical spa …

Medical Devices Sales Career

The Pharmaceutical companies out there in the market not only make money by selling medicines but also by selling medical devices to different hospitals, dispensaries as well as to the healthcare professionals around there. If you think that you have the talent to sell ice to Eskimos or at least to the people living in deserts, well, go for a career in medical devices sales.

It is not the sit in the AC office and just carry out the mental type of job. You will have to do the field work. You will have to roam around the area and look for offices as well as for hospitals that will buy your equipments. Yes, you will have to do the walking, the driving and the flying as well to get there. But, remember that unlike the Hollywood movies, there is no retake here. You will have just one and that means, only one chance to sell your product, to describe the benefits that your product has over the other similar products in the market. If you fail to hit the target you won’t be able to make a sale. You must hence, have a good plan to describe your product to the prospective customer.

It is not that simple as the ones to whom you are selling are not ordinary persons, but they are doctors. They know everything about how your product works, except for some of the benefits that your product has over other products.

Always be ready to answer any questions that may come in front of you. Prepare yourself to answer these questions by making a list of the possible questions that a person may ask on listening to your sales pitch. Then, prepare a list of the best answers to the questions. Use these answers in front of the doctors.

Look for various signals that can be seen on the face of the doctors as well as for his body language. It will give you an idea of whether the doctor is going to buy your product or not.

Also, provide a nice after sales service so that if there is any need for any equipment to the doctor, the first thing he will do is to order the product from you and increase your sales, thus helping you to achieve the target.

Always remember that you will not be able to sell your goods to each and every doctor that comes across. The thing that you will have to keep in mind is to not get disheartened and carry on the nice work and get your sales.…

How To Choose The Perfect BBQ Grill: The Girl’s Guide To Grill Shopping, From The Grates To The Shape

The weather’s warming up and the scent of grilling burgers and chicken is in the air. It doesn’t matter if it’s a first-timer looking for a new high-tech grill, or a steak-charring veteran looking to replace his rickety rusty grill. Either way, it is important to understand what certain grills offer, the different cooking methods, and a price range.

Whether it’s a juicy surf n’ turf like chorizo and and shrimp skewers or plain vegetables, grilling is a relaxing, rewarding activity that requires being informed about the equipment.

Charcoal or ?

Last year, almost 70% of Americans who purchased a grill chose gas. Why? A gas grill is easy to start and heats twice as fast as charcoal (ten minutes compared to 20-25). Gas grills can run on natural gas or propane, but propane is the most popular option because it is easy to set up and is drier than natural gas, providing a better sear on meats. The upside of natural gas is that is is a lot cheaper and cleaner than propane. Gas grills run anywhere from $100 to almost $10,000.

Most grill buffs choose charcoal because they don’t mind spending more time and effort for a better BBQ flavor, integrating smoky, rich, woody flavors into meat. Charcoal grills also tend to be smaller and are usually much less expensive than gas grills. These run as low as $30 to over $6,000.

When it comes to size, it is best to buy a grill that is larger then you need so you can grow into it. Plus, they are great for entertaining large groups of people at holiday BBQ’s.

Understand the Grates on Your BBQ

Grill grates can be replaced for as cheap as six dollars, and the material it is made of is up to you. For nice sears, go for stainless steel and grates that are at least 1/4 inch thick. For the least chance of meat sticking, choose porcelain-enameled cast iron. For longevity, go with bare cast iron.

Choosing Materials

One of the most popular materials for grills is stainless steel, not only for durability but also for appearance. Other safe bets include cast aluminum and porcelain-enameled steel. Keep in mind though that with porcelain, small chips can encourage rust to set in easily.

For The Gas Grill Enthusiast…

  • Decide what features are most important on a grill. Some include a rotisserie to turn meat for a crispy evenly cooked crust, or a smoker box to add wood chips to add a rich smoke flavor to meat. Many inexpensive grills currently offer side burners to cook side dishes, heat sauces or keep other items warm. On the other hand, side burners take up valuable work space on a grill side.
  • Avoid grills with an H-shaped burner or flat bars made of sheet metal, since these can burn through when grease drips and become ruined.
  • Make sure the grease pan is about one inch deep at least.

For the Charcoal Aficionado…

  • Make sure the grill has at least two grates on the bottom and top, so the air circulation isn’t blocked. Vents should be on the top and bottom, or left and right , to move the smoke around the food.
  • Look for a grill with a tight-fitting lid to keep heat in. Also, the firebox (the area where the fire is) should be almost ten inches deep at least so the flames have room to be separate from the food.
  • Choose a shape. Charcoal grills range from circular designs (more even heating), and oblong shapes (ability to separate the coals from the food at a

4 Easy Tips to Help You Lose Weight Fast

Losing weight in this world is easy but it has to be done the right way to stay healthy. Many so called experts are giving bad advice all over the world. These 4 tips will make you lose weight quickly.

Weight Loss Tip 1

Over a few days add up your total calories your body takes in daily. Everyone is different so don't pay attention to the numbers. Once you get an average of what your body takes in daily, start cutting back. If you are comfortable cutting out 250 calories to start out, great! If you can cut more that's even better. It's recommended to start out small and build yourself up to only taking in 1800 calories a day.

Weight Loss Tip 2

No Diet's that starves you! There are easier ways to lose weight that does not require you to starve. Your body is not designed to eat 3 large meals a day. If you eat small amounts of food throughout the day you will take in less calories as apposed to eating 3 large meals a day. This will allow you to lose weight quickly.

Weight Loss Tip 3

Don't eat more than your body needs to burn for energy. Here is an amazing fact, the stomach will take 25 minutes to send the signal to your brain it is full. That is why many over eat. Know when enough is enough. This ties in with small meals! Eating healthy snacks during the day is a healthy habit to do. Fruits, vegetables, grains and nuts are all great snacks that will keep you full but are low calorie foods.

Weight Loss Tip 4

Combine these healthy eating tips with exercise. It's simple folks! If you eat more than your body burns it will be stored as fat. However if you follow tips 1-3 and exercise for 30 minutes a day, you will lose weight quickly. You cannot lose weight without exercising. Eating less will help for a little while but your body becomes use to the number of calories it is getting and then trains it's self to burn that number of calories a day. So once it is use to that number of calories it stops burning extra calories and you stop losing weight. The key to all of these tips is to exercise daily to burn more calories than you take in.

If you need more tips on how to lose weight quickly, click the link to find out all of the tips to help lose weight quickly.…

Quick Salmon and Salad Recipe: Healthy, Fast, Easy Summer Supper

Warmer summer weather signals, in many people, a desire for lighter meals, quicker preparation and easy clean up to make more time for outdoor activites. This salmon recipe is easy to prepare and a great way to incorporate additional Omega3 oils, those important health essentials, into the family diet.

It takes about 30 minutes to prepare this delicious summer salad, from start to finish, including cooking time for the fish. Surprisingly, cooks experienced in campfire cooking can even prepare this simple, elegant, healthy meal at the campsite. The salmon can also be grilled, as an option. This serves about four people.

Ingredients

  • One package of prewashed and cut field greens, baby lettuces, or any dark, leafy greens
  • One large, ripe, plump tomato, sliced or wedged (a variety like Beefsteak is perfect)
  • One cucumber, peeled and seeded and cut in thin rounds
  • One red onion, sliced thin
  • 2-3 three- or four-ounce fresh or frozen salmon filets
  • 1/4 c or more parmigiano Regiano or Pecorino romano cheese, shaved tissue thin, not grated or ground

Dressing:

  • 1/4 c extra-virgin olive oil plus enough extra to coat the bottom of a medium fry or saute pan.
  • 1/8 c apple cider or balsamic vinegar
  • 1/8 c cold water
  • 2 cloves fresh garlic, pasted (see below)
  • Fresh or dried oregano, basil, dill and or thyme to taste. Salt and pepper.

Directions

  1. On three to four attractive plates, carefully arrange all of the salad vegetables, in the order they are listed above.
  2. Divide the cheese evenly and lay on top the veggies.
  3. Coat the bottom of a medium skillet, fry pan or saute pan with olive oil and cook the salted, peppered filets over medium high heat until the centers are opaque and the edges begin to caramelize.
  4. While they are still hot, cut the filets in strips (can be done in the pan) and divide them evenly between the salads, laying them on top and drizzling any remaining oil from the pan over the cheese. The hot fish will soften the cheese, releasing flavor.
  5. Whisk together vinegar and water, slowly add in 1/4 c. olive oil and whisk until well blended.
  6. Peel garlic cloves, chop them fine on a cutting board, cover them with a generous pinch of salt. With the flat of a chef knife, press cloves against the board, pulling the knife against them until they smash into a paste, no chunks left. Scrape the garlic paste up, add it to the dressing, whisk until incorporated.
  7. Pour the dressing over the salads and sprinkle the herbs over the tops.
  8. Serve with salt and pepper on the side and an accompaniment of warm, crusty bread or good crackers. Store leftovers safely.

A full-bodied red wine or chilled herbal tea are the perfect beverages to go with this meal. Fresh fruit, chilled melon, sherbet or sorbet is just the right finish.…

Implantable Cardiac Devices: Medical Technology for Heart Problems

Implantable cardiac devices figure among the very expensive and highly sophisticated equipment now in existence because of the advancement of medical technology. People with heart problems would do well to not only follow the dietary instructions given to them by their doctors, but also to educate themselves on some of the implantable cardiac devices available. Most people have heard about the pacemaker and have some concept of how it works. However, few are familiar with the automatic implanted cardiac defibrillator (AICD) or the left ventricular assist device (LVAD). The AICD can range in size from that of a 9-volt battery to the size of a wallet. Yes, it's usually very easy to palpate it through the skin. The upper left chest is the typical area of placement, but it could also be implanted into what's known as the left upper abdominal quadrant. The job of the device is to sense abnormal heart rhythms that are life-threatening; these rhythms are known as ventricular fibrillation (VF) and ventricular tachycardia (V-tach). The heart has its own natural pacemaker and electrical system to ensure it continues to pump. V-tach is a condition in which the heart is beating fast–sometimes too fast to even allow the its chambers enough time to properly fill with blood before contracting. This, in turn, means that not enough oxygenated blood reaches the rest of the body, including the brain.

Ventricular fibrillation, another dysrhythmia, can be loosely thought of as a quivering heart instead of a pumping one. Although the heart could have strong electrical activity during VF, that activity is taking place haphazardly. Just as an automated external defibrillator (AED) was developed to detect these rhythms and attempt to correct them through the delivery of an electrical shock, so an AICD, which might also contain a pacemaker, is designed to do the same. If a person is shocked while conscious, he or she will experience great discomfort. Other people near or even touching him or her will not be shocked. People with heart problems tend to stay in close contact with their doctors if anything out of the ordinary occurs; it's no different when they receive a shock from an AICD. They're usually instructed to phone their physician even if all appears fine after a shock; however, if they experience certain symptoms such as shortness of breath or the device shocks them more than twice in a 24-hour period, they're advised to call 911 or go to the hospital.

One of the newer provisions of medical technology in the area of implantable cardiac devices is the left ventricular assist device. The heart contains four chambers, the two lower ones are the ventricles. The left ventricle is unique in that it contains the most muscle, is the strongest, and works the hardest. When functioning properly, it pumps oxygenated blood to the aorta, the largest artery in the body, for system-wide distribution. Severe left ventricular heart failure could leave a patient waiting for a donor for transplant. Meanwhile, the left ventricular assist device might be able to sustain him or her until that time.

The LVAD is designed to move blood, via a tube, from the failed left ventricle to an artificial pump implanted into the abdomen which takes the place of the left ventricle. Once pressurized, that blood is then pumped to the aorta for distribution to the entire body. Some of the complications that patients with heart problems using the LVAD can experience include leakage of air and the battery could fail requiring immediate transport to the emergency room. These implanted cardiac devices now on the scene through medical …

Mom's Meaty Lasagna

Lasagna is a classic Italian pasta casserole dish consisting of alternating layers of pasta, cheese, meat or vegetables, and a variety of other ingredients. Mom was never much of a cook, but she did Lasagna justice. This recipe is easy and fun to make. It is a great dinner entree when hosting a dinner party or even just as an every night family meal. It is delicious and flavorful. It's sure to be a favorite among many.

Mom’s Meaty Lasagna recipe:

Prep Time: 30 minutes to prep, 3 hours to bake

Serves: Six to Eight

Ingredients:

  • 1 pound of ground beef
  • 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil
  • ½ cup of chopped onion
  • ½ cup of chopped green pepper
  • 1 14oz. can of tomato paste
  • 1 cup of water
  • 1 tablespoon of white sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  • 1½ teaspoons of Italian seasoning
  • ¼ teaspoon of pepper
  • ½ package OR 8oz. of Lasagna noodles
  • 2 cups of cottage cheese
  • 1 cup of grated mozzarella cheese

Cooking Instructions:

  1. Preheat the oven to 275°.
  2. In a large pot, pour in the vegetable oil, and add the ground beef. Cook the ground beef on medium heat until brown.
  3. Add the onions and green pepper to the ground beef. Cook on medium heat until the onion is transparent.
  4. Once the ground beef and the vegetables are cooked, drain out the fat from the pot.
  5. After the fat has been drained, add the tomato paste, water, sugar, salt, pepper, and Italian seasoning to the ground beef and vegetables mixture.
  6. Reduce the heat, and allow it to simmer for 15 minutes.
  7. In a second large pot, bring a pot of water to a boil.
  8. Place the Lasagna noodles into the boiling water, and cook for 15 minutes, or until tender.
  9. After the noodles are cooked, rinse with cold water.
  10. In a medium dish, combined the cottage cheese and mozzarella cheese and blend them together.
  11. In a large 10” x 6” x 2” pan or dish, arrange enough of the lasagna noodles on the bottom to cover.
  12. Spread a layer of the cheese mixture on top of the noodles to cover.
  13. Spread a layer of the meat sauce mixture on top of the cheese mixture to cover.
  14. Repeat the layering of noodles, cheese, and meat sauce until the pan or dish is filled to the top.
  15. Cover the pan or dish with tin foil and place in the oven for 3 hours to bake.

This recipe can also be baked at 350° for 20-30 minutes.

Alternative Recipe Suggestion

For those that prefer a vegetarian alternative, the ground beef can be replaced with extra vegetables. Delicious vegetables to add could be mushrooms, red and yellow peppers, eggplant, tomatoes, and/or squash.

Cooking steps would follow the recipe above. Step 2 and 3 would combine to make one step:

  • In a large pot, pour in the vegetable oil, and all of the vegetables. Cook on medium heat until the onions are transparent.

Happy baking!…

Welsh Cawl: A Traditional Welsh Broth or Soup to Warm Even on the Coldest Days.

It is surprising how thinking of food can bring back so many memories and evoke a time long past when food preparation was slow and eating was a delayed gratification.

A strong childhood memory is trudging home from school in the depths of a dark British winter, snow on the ground, with red nose and ears and frozen to the bone. But on those days the thought of a warm and comforting bowl of traditional Welsh broth or ‘cawl’ (pronounced ‘cowl’) was happily warming.

Cawl has a long history first mentioned for its king-making qualities in an 11th century.

Tumbling through the front door and welcomed by the blast of an open coal fire and the aroma of cawl simmering on the hob was a delight just as great as eating the stew with bread and dripping as an accompaniment.

So what is Traditional Welsh Cawl?

Cawl can be considered a workingman’s food and may have been served as a compliment to the main meal of the day, in Wales it was called supper not dinner.

Cawl is a soup-cum-broth/stew made from root vegetables, leeks, onions, a little parsley and perhaps a touch of wild garlic. The meat is cheap cuts of either mutton or lamb. A brimming bowl of cawl is warming from the top of your head to the tips of your toes as well as the cockles of your heart.

There is even a cawl making competition held in Saundersfoot, west Wales.

To make this hearty broth is easiness itself just a few pieces of mutton or lamb on the bone – get the cheapest cuts.

Cawl is best prepared the day before eating this is to allow the fat to separate and so that the flavours can mingle.

Vegetables

Four large potatoes, four or five carrots and either a small suede, parsnips or turnips, three to four large leeks, one onion, salt and pepper to taste. You will also need four pints of water.

Method

Trim excess fat off the mutton or cheap piece of lamb cover with the water and bring to the boil afterwards simmer for slowly for an hour. Leave to get cold and skim of the fat.

Add the vegetables except the leeks and potatoes and simmer for another hour, adding the halved potatoes continue simmering for 20 minutes after which add the leeks and a sprinkling of parsley and cook for a maximum of five minutes longer.

Serving

Serve either as a stew complete with meat and vegetables in the liquid or strain the liquid from the vegetables and eat that as a first course with the vegetables and meat to follow.

Some insist that cawl is best left to cool overnight and re-boiled the next day as this brings out the strength of the flavours.

Welsh cawl is a real winter warmer and good old-fashioned comfort food guaranteed to give you a glow as clear as the winter’s sun.…

How to Prepare Asian Curry Mee: An Exotic Recipe that is both Healthy and Simple to Prepare

Curry mee with an extoic eastern Asian flavour is an extremely easy meal to prepare and one that will be appreciated by adventurous house guests. It is also a healthy way to appreciate an interesting meal with flexibility in choosing ingredients.

Below is the basic recipe and cooking instructions for a fast, simple yet nutritous meal with plenty of flavours.

Ingredients for Curry Mee

  • 1 sachet of curry powder
  • 1 mug of full cream milk
  • 1 coarsely chopped large potato
  • 1 coarsely chopped large carrot
  • 1 cup of chopped up cauliflower
  • 1 cup of coarsely chopped up long beans
  • 1 cup of firm tofu, diced
  • Half a cup of sliced fish cake
  • Half a cup of diced fish balls
  • 1 – 1.5 organic chicken, chopped in pieces
  • 1 large onion, finely sliced
  • 2 small shallots, finely sliced
  • 1 table spoon of minced garlic
  • 1 table spoon of finely choppped / minged ginger
  • Olive oil
  • 1-2 packets of spaghetti noodles
  • Salt and pepper
  • Water

Preparing the Curry Mee

 

Stir-fry the onions, shallots garlic and ginger in the olive oil in a pot until the aroma rises. Add the sachet of curry powder and stir it in. Once a paste forms, add the mug of milk.

Add the organic chicken pieces and stir into the dilute paste. Once the chicken and curry start to bubble, add 1-2 cups of water, depending on the size of your pot. It is not necessary to fill the cooking pot to the brim.

Add the fish cake and fish balls followed by the vegetables except for the tofu, as the tofu will absorb all the liquid. Add salt and pepper for taste. Continue to add water to dilute the curry as it should result in a soupy texture.

Leave the curry mee to simmer. At the same time, boil the spaghetti noodles separately. Once they have been fully cooked, drain them in a coliander and stir in a small tea spoon of olive oil and add salt and pepper. Stir well.

Lastly add the tofu dices into the curry and let it come to a boil.

Presenting the Curry Mee

 

Serve the curry mee and noodles separately. If you mix them, the noodles will absorb all of the curry. Remind your guests to "flood in" the noodles with curry – since that is how it is normally enjoyed.

Additional Ingredients

  • Beansprouts – Beansprouts is a popular "outisde" ingredient for curry mee. Scour raw beanspouts with hot water, drain them, and serve them as an additional platter.
  • Hard-boiled eggs – Hard-boiled eggs taste great with curry mee. Boil them separately and slice them into quarters. Serve them on a separate dish. If you unsure as to how many you should prepare, use a rule of thumb that one guest would enjoy half and egg. There may or may not be left overs.
  • Mint leaves – Mint leaves add a zesty taste to the curry. These can be popular for guests who are not big fans of hot and spicy food. Though it subdues the spiciness, it adds its own unique flavour to the dish. Also serve them on a separate plate.

How to Lose Weight Fast

Weight loss is a practice that everyone loves the idea of, but not the work required for it. Hard exercise, saying a goodbye to our favorite fatty foods, and of course the large amount of time and dedication needed. That last factor alone is what makes most of us give in. Our brains enjoy seeing fast results, and for most of us it will take around a week or so to shed only 2 or 3 pounds. Two pounds really doesn't make a noticeable difference, we need to shed far more weight to start getting compliments. Here, we will go over many different solutions and plans to get the weight gone fast, and possibly even get some of those old jeans out of the closet!

The first step is motivation. What are your reasons for wanting to lose weight? Picking out the motivators behind what you are doing can really help you in making it a reality. You might also try setting weight loss goals. Write down how much weight you would like to lose each week, develop a plan that works for you, and try to schedule time for you to exercise each day. Walking is certainly one of the best forms of exercise for those who want to lose weight. Try to pick a route that you like and walk it each day for about 30 minutes. Parks often have walking trails as well, so take a look around and find places you like. Of course, if you would rather stay indoors, treadmills are a great option. Get an MP3 player and load it with your favorite tunes to give you inspiration along the way.

If you want to lose weight fast, you'll have to put the hammer down on the things you eat. Experts recommend a calorie intake of 1000 to 1200 calories a day, and at least an hour of exercise. Using this plan you can effectively lose 3 to 5 pounds the first week, and even more as you continue. If you are above 230 pounds, you can expect to lose even more than that at an even quicker rate. This is a rather strict plan and you must take care to make sure you still have enough calories to carry you. Most experts recommend you have about 500 calories left at the end of the day. Also, try to lower the starch and sodium content you take in as these cause your body to build up fluids. By cutting down on your intake of these, your body can get rid of a lot of water losing you even more weight a week. Don't give up on whatever plan you decide to take on, and your dedication can land you some real results!…

Most Dangerous Medical Technologies

Medical technologies can be dangerous. In fact, many people die because of inappropriate medical technologies being used on them. However, it is also true that many people have saved their lives due to advances in medical technology. Life expectancy has increased dramatically in countries where medical technologies are in constant progress.

A new report, titled "Top 10 Health Technology Hazards" and published by the ECRI Institute, tells the whole story about the most dangerous medical technologies. Some problems are related to equipment failure, bad equipment and device design, and some to human error in using medical technologies. Here is the complete "TOP TEN" most risky medical technology list.

  1. Problem with non functioning alarms. Alarms are a big problem with medical technologies. Alarm failure is usually involved in not warning the danger in a patient.
  2. Sharp objects, needle sticks. These are usually involved in infections from simple streptococcus to life threatening HIV
  3. Air embolism is a big risk. This usually happens when using contrast media injectors in angioplasty. The introduction of air bubbles into the blood stream is usually a problem with dangerous effects (death)
  4. Extraneous matter left in patients after surgery. Syringes, needles, cotton swabs, etc. are frequently left in patients with bad consequences.
  5. During surgery sometimes surgical fires occur. These happen when an ignition source lights a combustible source in surgery rooms. For example, oxygen can be ignited by a laser device. These are not very frequent but they do occur from time to time.
  6. Problems and issues with anaesthesia equipment.
  7. Mal functioning displays, which give ambiguous or confusing data, such as vital signs.
  8. Exposure to the high level of radiation when CT scans is PERFORMED. The study reveals that 6,000 additional cancers are provoked by excessive radiation received by patients.
  9. Burns caused by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
  10. Fiber-optic light-source burns,

As you can see there are many risks involved in using medical technologies. They can save live but those risks need to be evaluated and controlled.

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Top 10 Health Technology Hazards. ECRI Institute…