Menampilkan postingan dari Juni 17, 2012


Dear All,

You know what??

picture from HERE

I really love my class, a wonderful class I said. Wonderful Teacher and friends (there are 13 students in our class).
My Teacher namely Angela, and I reallyyyy - reallyyyyy love the way she teaches us in our class.
She is an Australian woman. Almost 25 years she teaches English. She has already moved from some countries to teach English like Iran, Saudi Arabia, Greece, Spain, and the most awesome one is Mozambique. Now she is in Here. Do you know why I said that her experiences of teaching in Mozambique is awesome. yeah, you know that this country got the fourth rank of the poorest countries in the world.

Today, Angela told us a very fantastic story about Mozambique. She said that she was a year there for teaching English. In Mozambique, there was no proper whiteboard, pen, paper, or even a nice classroom. Everyday, she gave paper, pen to her students. the facilities of the class was also limit. Angela only use one chalk and an old blackb…

Relieving pain with acupuncture


Link from HERE.

The ancient art of acupuncture has been practiced for centuries in Asia, and has more recently spread to the United States and other Western countries. Acupuncture has been used to treat most pain conditions, including low back pain, shingles and other nerve pain, hand and knee pain, headache, fibromyalgia, and menstrual pain. For people with knee pain, for example, there is some evidence that acupuncture may provide some pain relief, although results from different studies are mixed.
Acupuncture Needles

A large 2004 study published in Annals of Internal Medicine found that people with knee osteoarthritis who had acupuncture for six months reported less pain and better function than people who received sham acupuncture (no needles actually inserted) or participated in an arthritis education program. A meta-analysis published in 2007 in Annals of Internal Medicine showed conflicting results. In this latter study, acupuncture led to s…