Thursday, May 29, 2014

Piles are hemorrhoids that become inflamed. Hemorrhoids are masses, clumps, cushions of tissue in the anal canal - they are full of blood vessels, support tissue, muscle and elastic fibers. Piles can occur due to chronic constipation, chronic diarrhea, lifting heavy weights, pregnancy or straining when passing a stool. Constipation is a condition of the digestive system. The sufferer has hard feces that are difficult to expel. In most cases, this occurs because the colon has absorbed too much of the water from the food that is in the colon. The slower the food moves through your digestive tract, the more water the colon will absorb from food. Consequently, the feces become dry and hard. Defecation (emptying the bowels) can become very painful, and in some serious cases there may be symptoms of bowel obstruction. When the constipation is very severe; when the constipation prevents the passage of feces and gas, it is called obstipation.

The area in the southern Indian Ocean where acoustic signals were detected in early April has been ruled out as the "final resting place" of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. tHIS IS WHEN POLITICS ARE ABOVE SCIENCES!
Aussie officials declare MH370 definitely not in search area

Sultan Azlan Shah has contributed significantly in nature and conservation of Belum-Temenggor Forest until the area was gazzeted as state park. Following to that at The Perak Domestic Tourism Exposition in 1992 an orchid was named after His Royal Highness i.e. "Doritinopsis Sultan Azlan Shah" after receiving the best plant award in its section an A new genus of insects Azlania Costatipennis (Jacoby) , Azlania apicalis Mohamedsaid and Azlania borneensis Mohamedsaid were found and named after His Royal Highness The Sultan, being the Patron of The Malaysia Nature Society - Belum Scientific Expedition 1993 - 1994.

The ruler was patron to various organisations, including World Wildlife Fund Malaysia, Malaysian Nature Society,  Perak Society for Promotion of Mental Health, National Cancer Society of Malaysia, Mercy Malaysia, Academy of Medicine of Malaysia, the Perakean League and the Royal Perak Golf Club.

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Primary and secondary school education standards need to improve, particularly so in bridging the gap between urban and rural areas... at the higher education level, we continue to face challenges mainly in the area of graduates' ability to be employed: poor education system, says blueprint is the answer

The National University of Singapore topped the list of Asian countries, but the University of Malaya was placed at the 32nd spot. Other local universities in the top 100 include Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in the 56th place, Universiti Sains Malaysia (57), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (66) and Universiti Putra Malaysia (76).
Malaysian public universities last month were left out of the latest ranking of the annual Times Higher Education (THE) Top 100 Universities under 50 years old.
Four Asian universities were ranked among the top 10 of the world’s young universities, including South Korea's Pohang University of Science and Technology which took the top spot, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (3), Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (4) and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (5).

According to a recent research that was conducted by JobStreet and published in April 2014, it showed that a majority of fresh graduates were struggling to make ends meet (approximately 77% who said that their salary does not leave them with any savings after spending on essentials such as car and study loans). The average pay across industries for fresh grads appear to be RM2,100 per month, but 60% of the respondents said that they have to ask for higher-than-average salaries of at least RM3,500 (30% even expected to be paid as high as RM6,500) in order to cope with the increased cost of living. How is the quality of our graduates? Education system need to be improved?

The Highest and Lowest Paid Fresh Graduates