Resveratrol and Cancer Prevention

August 10, 2017

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Dr. William Li, President and Medical Director of the Angiogenesis Foundation shared that we can eat to starve cancer. Cancer is just 5-10% attributable to genes, while the remaining is Environment and mainly due to our diet. Resveratrol in Red grapes & Red wine inhibits angiogenesis by 60%! That is what we should be having in our daily diet. Resveratrol is thought to limit the spread of cancer cells and trigger the process of cancer cell death (apoptosis). Resveratrol has also been known to reduce the activation of NF kappa B, a protein produced by a compromised immune system that can affect the growth of cancer cells.

Originally studies were conducted to investigate the “French Paradox”, a term coined by Dr. Serge Renaud, that the French seem to have lower rates of cardiovascular disease with a diet relatively high saturated fats. He found that a diet high in red wine correlated to a lower incidence of cardiac diseases, which was found to be very high in resveratrol. Continued studies of resveratrol conducted by Howitz and Sinclair found that in yeast, fruit flies, and small fish there were significant increases in lifespan. Later studies in mice found that there were drops in tumor formations, reductions in the incidents of neurological diseases, and protective benefits to the cardiovascular system.

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Know your CATS

September 23, 2017

The network switches cannot be bothered with CAT5e or CAT6 cables.

Cat5e and Cat6 cables utilize the same end piece RJ-45 and they can plug in to the same ports. The differences between each of these cables are their capabilities, as well as the methods and materials used to create them. The end that all the cables have in common is known as RJ-45, and it is capable of plugging into any Ethernet jack on a computer, router, or another similar device.

List of Healthier Caterers

September 14, 2017

A list of caterers that comply with the Healthier Catering guidelines and have the capability to provide healthier menus upon request is available on HPB’s website.

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September 6, 2017

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桑叶 (Mulberry leaf)

September 4, 2017

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FREE access to Code School entire content library

August 17, 2017

FREE access to the entire content library for everyone from August 18–20.

Digitized vinyl records for your listening pleasure

August 14, 2017

Over 50,000 78rpm pieces of vinyl have been digitized and put online for your listening pleasure as part of the Great 78 Project.

How to Make Windows 10 Accept File Paths Over 256 Characters

August 13, 2017

The Windows 10 default path length limitation (MAX_PATH) is 256 characters

you may use the NT-style name syntax “\\?\C:\users\very long path” to workaround this issue.

Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise
Ignore the MAX_PATH issue by overriding a group policy entry, gpedit.msc

Computer Configuration -> Admin Templates -> System -> FileSystem:
Enable Win32 long paths

Windows 10 Home
In the Registry Editor, use the left sidebar to navigate to the following key:

On the right, find a value named LongPathsEnabled and double-click it. If you don’t see the value listed, you’ll need to create it by right-clicking the FileSystem key, choosing New > DWORD (32-bit) Value, and then naming the new value LongPathsEnabled .

In the value’s properties window, change the value from 0 (default) to 1 (ignore) in the “Value data” box and then click OK.

Let Microsoft Word read out your text

August 12, 2017

Go to “File”, “Options”, “Customise Ribbon”. In the tab “Popular Commands”, select “All commands” in the drop-down menu. Now, search for the “Speak” command in the alphabetically sorted list and select it.

In other Word versions, this command can be “Voice” or “Text in voice”.

Next, choose a tab in which the “Voice” command can be located, for example, “Home” and click in the middle on the button “Add>>”. Once you have placed the new command, click on OK.

Select the text that you want Microsoft Word to read and click on the Speak icon at the toolbar.

Get Office 365 for free

August 11, 2017

Get Office 365 for free

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