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    As one of the country's biggest (yes, you know what we mean) and most famous football supporters, Riquelme commanded headlines across the globe for her pledge to match Diego Maradona's promise to strip naked if Argentina won the tournament.

    She'd do it painted in the colours of Paraguay though, obviously.

    But millions of men silently wept into their hands when the Paraguayan team followed their South American counterparts out in the quarter-finals, losing 1-0 to eventual finalists Spain last week.

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    It is not yet clear cause of death of singer Amy Winehouse. Reportedly, the singer hits 'Love is a Losing Game' was drinking to forget her lover, Reg Travis who is a film director.

    As reported by the Daily Mail, Monday (25/07/2011), Amy allegedly suffered depression after a relationship with Reg finally run aground again. Police sources revealed that Amy died after a binge alcoholic.

    Earlier, news had circulated that mention Amy bought drugs on Friday (07/22/2011) at around 10:30 pm local time. However, the initial investigation the police found no drugs in Amy's house in Camden, London, England.

    Amy was found lifeless by his personal bodyguard on Saturday (07/23/2011) at his residence. Amy's spokesman, Chris Goodman said Amy was only accompanied by bodyguards assigned to watch him.

    "Amy was in her bedroom after he said he wanted to sleep and when the guards to wake him, he was found not breathing," says Chris.

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    Skin problems are often a big problem, especially for women. But did you know that the skin may be indicators of a healthy body? Acne, moles and skin discoloration is an indication of problems to come.

    Changes in the skin may be showing more than just a skin problem. Here are some skin problems that could be an indicator of health, as reported by Lifemojo, Saturday (09/07/2011):

    1. Yellow skin
    Has a yellow-orange color may be indicative of hypothyroidism, which is an underactive thyroid gland, causing elevated levels of beta-carotene (an antioxidant found in fruits and vegetables) in the blood.

    Problems with the thyroid gland means that the gland is not metabolize antioxidants quickly, causing the accumulation of beta-carotene. Beta-carotene can also accumulate if you eat too many carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkins and drinking too much carrot juice. But along with the yellow skin, eye color if you also have a yellowish color, then it could be a sign of liver disease.

    2. Pale skin
    Pale skin can be a sign of anemia suggests iron deficiency sufficient to make hemoglobin, which is responsible for the transport of oxygen from the lungs throughout the body.

    3. Dark lines in the folds of the palm of the hand
    Dark lines on the palm or the deepening of pigment in the folds of the palm of the hand can mean adrenal insufficiency, endocrine disorders. Also known as Addison's disease, the disease mainly affects women and men aged between 30 and 50 years.

    4. Brown spots on the shins
    If the front of your foot along the shin started to develop brown spots or spider veins (spider veins) which finally started to bleed small then it is a sign of diabetes.

    5. Purple spots on skin
    f you see purple spots on skin, then it is a few broken blood vessels and can occur due to circulation problems or a lack of vitamin C. Purple spots typically are often mistaken for bruises.

    6. Red rash on the butterfly-shaped face
    Red rash butterfly-shaped usually on the nose and cheeks are often the first sign of autoimmune disease Lupus, which is a life-threatening disorder that requires prompt treatment. It could also be due to rosacea or dermatitis.

    7. Pimple
    Although acne is a common problem in adolescents, but in some women, acne can be translated as polycystic ovary disease (PCOS). Acne is the result of hormonal imbalance and can be managed with lifestyle changes and certain drugs.

    8. Saggy skin
    Saggy skin can become dehydrated signal. Proper hydration can naturally support the skin cells to prevent sagging. For optimal health, doctors recommend drinking eight glasses of water per day.

    9. Swelling under the eyes
    Swelling of the skin under the eyes may mean you eat too much salt, an action that can increase the risk of hypertension and high blood pressure.

    10. Mole
    Although most moles are harmless, they can develop melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. If you see a mole is flat or more color to pink, it's more likely to become cancerous.
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No matter how small Inflammation Can Interfere with Iron Absorption

    No matter how small Inflammation

    Giving iron supplements is one solution to overcome the anemia that figure is still high in Southeast Asia. But this solution is considered less successful, partly because of the presence of inflammation or inflammation is often overlooked.

    During this time, the inflammation can affect the absorption of iron and only the visible inflammation triggered by infection. Therefore, iron supplementation in malaria endemic areas is controversial because some experts judged it can actually worsen the infection.

    But the latest research in the Faculty of Medicine University of Indonesia (Faculty of medicine) to prove, that mild inflammation and invisible (subclinical) can also inhibit iron absorption. These findings are considered able to answer why supplementation is often less successfully overcome anemia.

    "I'm not saying it fails, but is generally less successful. One of them yes it was, it turns out there is inflammation of the invisible," said pediatrician from the Faculty of medicine, Prof. Dr. Ali Purbaya Arwin Akib, SpA (K) is a promoter in research to achieve The doctoral degree, when found in the Faculty of medicine, on Wednesday (06/07/2011).

    Dr. Min Kyaw Htet, MMedSc, Myanmar nationals who conducted the study involving 1269 high school student in the area of ​​the Irrawaddy, Myanmar with an average age of 19 years. All the participants free of hemoglobinopathy, the trigger condition such as iron deficiency anemia in addition to Thalassemia.

    The high number of penerita anemia or malnutrition, especially that caused by a deficiency or iron deficiency does not only happen in Indonesia. Other developing countries in Southeast Asia region is still experiencing, one of Myanmar.

    It was recognized by Dr. Min, who several years ago was also involved in research on anemia of iron in the Thousand Islands. According to the number of anemic patients in Myanmar still reach 60 percent, higher than Indonesia, if viewed percentage.

    "Myanmar and Indonesia have more or less the same conditions, both from diet and lifestyle. The difference of Indonesia's population reached 200 million while in Myanmar's only about 56 million people," said Dr. Min, after it passed in the session on the promotion of doctoral faculty of medicine on Wednesday, July 6, 2011.

    Dr. Min received his Ph.D. cum laude from the Faculty of medicine, after presenting his dissertation entitled 'The Role of Sub-Clinical Inflamation on hemoglobin response, Iron and Vitamin A Status of School Adolescent Girls Myanmar Anaemiac During Iron and Vitamin A supplementation'.

    Dr. Min rate, iron supplementation is still needed to address iron deficiency anemia. However, based on research results, the presence of inflammation must be considered and if necessary be accompanied by vitamin A supplementation to relieve the inflammation.
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Air Pollution Threatens Not Just Breathing But Can Damage the Brain

    Air Pollution Threatens Not Just Breathing

    Not only can harm the respiratory tract, a new study finds that long-term exposure to air pollution can also cause physical changes in the brain, which eventually cause problems in learning and memory abilities.

    The study also found an association between air pollution and higher rates of depression and anxiety.

    Researchers find brain's hippocampus area of ​​the long-term exposure to pollution will have reduced the complexity of the cell, namely the changes that have been linked to decreased learning ability and memory capability.

    "The results suggest exposure to polluted air could show a negative effect on the brain, which can cause various health problems," said Laura Fonken from Ohio State University, as reported by LiveScience, Wednesday (07/06/2011).

    According to him, these results could have important implications and disturbing for people who live and work in urban areas with polluted air around the world.

    Although studies have been published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry was conducted in mice, but researchers say it has the same effect in humans.

    In the study, mice were given filtered air and polluted air for six hours a day, five days a week for 10 months, which is almost half the life span of mice. Polluted air containing fine particles such as those made by cars and factories.

    According to the Department of Neuroscience, Ohio State University, the concentration of particles inhaled mice equivalent to what people breathe in some polluted urban areas.

    After 10 months of study, rats underwent several behavioral tests. All rats were trained to find the hole for five days, but mice that breathed polluted air takes longer to learn where the holes were and are less able to remember where he was when tested.

    In another experiment, rats were exposed to polluted air also showed higher levels of depression compared to mice who breathed filtered air.
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