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Wednesday, 22 October 2014

iPHONE 6 PLUS CATCHES FIRE IN A MAN'S POCKET

The latest Apple iPhone has suffered a lot of controversy since its release. First, Apple faced the "Bendgate" scandal when owners revealed that their new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were bending in half inside their pockets.

Next, "Hairgate" surfaced when owners reported that a small gap between the iPhone 6 casing and the aluminum frame is literally catching hair and forcing users to pull on their hair and beard.

Now, a new report claims that an iPhone 6 caught fire in a man's jean pocket, causing serious second-degree burns to the owner's right leg.

According to reports, entrepreneur Phillip Lechter was visiting the University of Arizona in Tuscon with his family. During the trip, Lechter's iPhone 6 apparently bent in half inside his pocket and the iPhone 6 fire burned through his jean pocket, through his boxers, and significantly burned his leg.

In a desperate attempt to pull the phone out of his pocket, Lechter also burned his hip.
His right leg suffered second degree burns following the iPhone 6 fire inside his pocket.

Watch video-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvhlET39RnM&feature=youtube_gdata_player 

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

NIGERIA DECLARED EBOLA FREE BY WHO

The World Health Organization declared Nigeria free of Ebola on Monday, a sign of how swiftly the virus can be reined in using basic disease-containment measures.

There haven’t been any cases of Ebola in Africa’s largest country by population in 42 days, said the WHO’s country representative, Rui Gama Vaz, in a news conference in the capital Abuja.

Nigeria kept its outbreak to 19 cases, of whom seven people died and 12 survived—a mortality rate of 37%.

Although health experts warn Ebola could return to Africa’s top economy, Nigeria’s victory over the virus demonstrated that quickly isolating people with potential symptoms and tracking all of their contacts—894 in Nigeria—through a 21-day maximum incubation period can keep it in check.

But over the past several years, the country’s health authorities, working with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other international advisers, have learned to monitor actively for signs of Ebola and other infectious pathogens in humans, as well as animals.

Monday, 20 October 2014

FOOT BALLER DIED WHILE IMITATING KLOSE'S GOAL CELEBRATION

A local footballer in Mizoram died tragically after he fell while performing a somersault during a goal celebration.

Peter Biaksangzuala, a midfielder at Bethlehem Vengthlang FC, passed away from the tragic injury he suffered last week.

The 23-year-old had scored in the 62nd minute of the game and went on to perform a somersault. But the attempted trick went wrong and the player fell awkwardly on his head and neck.

BOXING LEGEND MUHAMMAD ALI IS IN VERY CRITICAL CONDITION

Boxing legend Muhammad Ali Clay is in very critical condition, some family members said.

Ali, 72-year-old boxer was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1984 now in very serious condition as he can’t talk but today he can barely walk.

Sunday, 19 October 2014

MAN WITH HORNS

This is 34-year-old Caius Veiovis, a self-proclaimed vampire and satanist found guilty of kidnapping, murdering and dismembering three men in Pittsfield, Mass.

He is known as the ' man with horns' because in his forehead (see the pic. above) there are structures resembling horns in an animal. Also he tattooed almost all part of his body and the “666″ etched above his eyebrows evoke a religious reference to the mark of Satan.

Saturday, 18 October 2014

SECRET BEHIND THE SPEED OF ELITE SPRINTERS DISCOVERED

Now it is time to know about the speed secrets those elite sprinters. Researchers from Southern Methodist University, Dallas suggest that the secret to elite sprinting speeds lies in the distinct limb dynamics that sprinters use to elevate ground forces upon foot-ground impact.

They develop a very exclusive and distinct running pattern unlike normal runners.

OLDEST LIVING WOMAN IN INDIA

This is Kunjannam 112 years old. Limca Book of Records has decided to enter the name of Kunjannam from Parannur, near Choondal in Thrissur district as the oldest living woman in India.

Kunjannam was born in May, 1903 and her name will be included in the next edition of Limca Book of Records to be published in January said a communication from Vijaya Ghose, its Editor.

The officials of the Limca Book of Records decided to include Kunjannam's name after her family could produce her baptism records which was performed on May 20, 1903 by the Vicar of Our Lady of Rosary Church at Eranellur, near Parannur.

She now lives with the family of brother's son Jose, and hardly takes any medicine.

Friday, 17 October 2014

COMMUNITY MEDICINE PAPER 2-3RD MBBS KUHS-2014 SEPTEMBER





Q.P.Code:304001             Reg.no.:………………
Third Professional MBBS (Part I) Supplementary Degree Examinations, September 2014
Community Medicine-Paper II
Time : 3 Hours                      Total Marks: 60


  • Answer all questions
  • Draw diagrams wherever necessary

Essay :( 10)

1. Rama a 27 years old daily wages labourer is having cough of three weeks duration. Answer the following:

COMMUNITY MEDICINE PAPER 1-3RD MBBS KUHS-2014 SEPTEMBER




 Q.P.Code:303001             Reg.no.:………………
Third Professional MBBS (Part I) Supplementary Degree Examinations, September 2014
Community Medicine-Paper I
Time : 3 Hours                      Total Marks: 60


  • Answer all questions
  • Draw diagrams wherever necessary

Essay :( 10)

1. Sanjana is a recent MBBS graduate who is working as a medical officer in a primary health center. There a number of patients presents to her with signs of jaundice. A local traditional medication practitioner tells her about the usefulness of a special plant in the treatment of jaundice. She decides to test the plant. Answer the following:

Thursday, 16 October 2014

OZONE HOLES ARE HEALING NOW

Stratosphere the fragile layer of gas that protects all living things on Earth from the sun's harsh ultraviolet light is on the mend,  in other words, the ozone hole is healing,according to the latest assessment by the World Meteorological Organization and the United Nations Environment Programme.

The ozone hole had been growing for decades over Antarctica. But the world recognized the problem and took action more than a quarter-century ago. The 1987 Montreal Protocol phased out the use of chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs, responsible. With the ozone-damaging compounds gone, the layer had a chance to recover and the hole is no longer growing.

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