What causes high blood pressure? is the measure of the force of pushing against vessel walls. The pumps blood into blood vessels, which carry the blood throughout the body. , also called, is dangerous because it makes the work harder to pump blood out to the body and contributes to hardening of the arteries, or, to stroke, kidney disease, and to. What Is "Normal" Blood Pressure? A blood pressure reading is written like this: 120/80. It's read as "120 over 80. " ThePtop number is called the systolic, and bottom number is called the diastolic. The ranges are: Normal: Elevated: Stage 1 : Stage 2 : Hypertension crisis: higher thanP180/higher than 120 -- See a doctor right away If your blood pressure is above the normal range, talk to your doctor about how to lower it. What Causes High Blood
You may want to skip this little story if you haven't eaten yet -- or especially if you have. Unless, of course, you're a dog -- one of those dogs -- in which case this explanation of a somewhat unnatural phenomenon is going to seem as tantalizing as watching the Food Network. Because we're talking about poo. And the dogs who eat it. Although this behavior is disgusting to dog owners, it can be a sign of a more serious nutritional problem, an engrained doggy habit or, for winter-only eaters, a crunchy snack, said Joy Lucas, veterinarian at Upstate Animal Medical Center in Saratoga Springs, N. Y. "Nobody likes to think of their dog having this behavior, and sometimes it's quite difficult to get some dogs to stop because there's not a black-and-white answer to why every dog does this," she
Presidents' Day is a time set aside to celebrate the legacies of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln and also remember all of the presidents of the United States (POTUS) that have made our nation great. Legislation passed under the Lyndon Johnson administration moved the legal observance of Washington's birthday from February 22 to the third Monday in February. The intent of the Uniform Monday Holiday Bill of 1968 was to create three-day weekends for federal employees by celebrating four national holidays: Washington's birthday, Memorial Day, Veterans' Day, and Columbus Day. With the birthday of our rail-splitting 16th president falling just 10 days before that of the cherry tree chopper, some states then chose to celebrate both birthdays on the 22nd while others honored all former
Ruby Mullin, nine This idea is mean; there's no other word for it. need to calm down and have a good holiday at the end of a busy school year. The long holidays give you time to do things you wouldn't otherwise get to do, like in my family we go to Ireland and see relatives and friends. And it might seem long to some people, but time flies when you're having fun. Anthony Seldon is headteacher of Wellington College in Berkshire If it hadn't been for the long summer holiday, I wouldn't have come into teaching. It's crucial for teachers to do other things as well as teach, whether it's painting, trekking or, as in my case, writing books Б it adds such a lot to what teachers have to give. And as for all these worries about pupils forgetting all they've learned Б in the independent sector,
The term "breath" is improper, instead of this term you could use the right term "respiration". As every living organism, plants, during the process of respiration, take in the oxygen and release carbon dioxide. Also, during photosynthesis, plants absorb carbon dioxide and emit oxygen,photosynthesisPbeing the process used to form the nutritious substances necessary for growth and development of plants,Pand it took place in the chloroplast only in the presence of light. Chloroplasts contain a green pigment called chlorophyll, which absorbs light energy from the sun. FromPwater and minerals (crude sap arrived in leaf ) in the presence of carbon dioxide in leaf,Porganic substancesP(sap drawn)Pand oxygen are formed. ...
Each year, in the hours of a Sunday morning in March, 60 minutes from the clock and the reappears each year in November! No, it's not a magic trick в it's Saving! Saving (or в," as it's known in many parts of the world) was created to make better use of the sunlight hours of the summer. By в " clocks forward an in, we move an of from the morning to the evening. On the first Sunday in, we в back" and rewind our clocks to return to Standard. But where did Saving come from? And how is it useful? The idea was first suggested in an essay by in 1784, and later proposed to British Parliament by Englishman William Willett 1907. However, it did not become a standard practice in the United States until 1966. Saving was originally instituted in the United States during World War I and World War II
Health and safety management systems, such as those accredited to BS OHSAS 18001, offer a range of benefits to an organisation; weвre seeing more and more companies deciding to implement one and get certified. But why should you consider it too? 1. To improve your legal compliance Organisations need to be aware of legislation and ensure that they keep up-to date to remain compliant. Breaches of legislation can lead to expensive fines and prosecutions, which all businesses want to avoid. В Using a health and safety management system can help ensure that your business commits to compliance and communicates requirements through the business to all employees. 2. To improve your reputation It doesnвt take a genius to work out that people like businesses that comply with the law and keep
Each of the activities below can help the young women learn about the importance of the Book of Mormon. Following the guidance of the Spirit, select one or more that will work best in your class: Invite the young women to name things that create power, such as batteries, generators, windmills, and solar panels. Invite the young women to make a list of ways the Book of Mormon brings power into our lives. Ask the young women to search President Thomas S. MonsonБs talk Б,Б looking for insights they could add to their list. Provide time for the young women to ponder how they will incorporate President MonsonБs challenge to read the Book of Mormon daily. Ask them to share their ideas. Invite the young women to pick their favorite story from Elder LeGrand R. Curtis Jr. Бs talk Б Б to
Graphite is another allotrope of carbon. Like diamond, its properties include: However, unlike diamond, graphite is: Graphite is used inside pencils. It slips easily off the pencil onto the paper and leaves a black mark. Graphite is also a component of many lubricants, for example bicycle chain oil, because it is slippery. Like diamond, graphite has a giant molecular structure. As its covalent bonds are very strong, and there are many of them, a lot of energy would be needed to separate atoms. This makes graphite's melting point and boiling point very high. However, each carbon atom is only covalently bonded to three other carbon atoms, rather than to four as in diamond. ...
Why Do You Want to Buy a House? Before you decide to buy a new home, youвll need to decide why you want to buy a new home. Like many steps in the mortgage process, this one will require a look in the mirror to determine your motives. Taking human nature into account is essential when thinking about your first home purchase. To help guide you through the thought process, weвve outlined a few good reasons and bad reasons for seeking home ownership. Bad Reasons Is it a financial decision or a status decision? If youвre looking to buy a home because it just sounds cool or you just think you should, maybe because youвre a certain age, chances are you may not be ready. Owning a home extends far beyond your standing among peers; it involves financial planning, resourcefulness, and a ton of