Friday, March 30, 2007

How to choose a Web Hosting Company?

If you have website built & are now confuse as to all the choices you have in order to find a home for your site. It is good to make a right choice the first time, because if you have to move to another hosting service, it will cost you time and you will lose some of your valued customers due to the downtime setting up with another host.

Here are some basic things to consider when choosing a Web Hosting Service:

1. Speed and reliability of the servers & hardware

- Make sure they have a high-speed connection (preferably T3 or higher) to the internet.
- Effective Bandwidth Management – opt for unlimited bandwidth for your site.
- Backup Systems – good hosts will have back up systems in place to guard against power failures, which will cause you to lose data and customers.

2. Features - Compatibility with existing Software and Skills - Is your host’s server
software and support services compatible with the skills and software you are using? For example if you are using FrontPage to create your site, make sure they have FrontPage extensions installed on their server.

Some of the basic features of a hosting service should include:
* Domain name registration
* At least 20MB of allocated space
* Unmetered bandwidth
* Free Technical Support
* POP3 E-Mail Accounts
* Email Forwarding
* Email Auto-responders
* Email Aliases
* FTP Access
* FrontPage Support
* Own CGI-Bin Access
* Free Perl, CGI
* Server Side Includes (SSI)
* Password Protection
* Reseller/referral program
* 30 day money back guarantee
* Flexibility and room for growth – Keep in mind the future needs of your web site. If the traffic to your site explodes, or in the future you may need a database solution then your host must be able to accommodate the changes.
* Quality of their support services
* Quality of existing customers – ask for any BIG current customers that are hosting with that service.
* Opinions of existing customers – ask for any testimonies of existing customers to get feedback from them concerning reliability and support.
* Stability – you do not want your hosting service to go out of business (like what happened to many of the free hosts) and leave you stranded. Check how many years they have been in business.
* Support and Responsiveness – Make sure you can contact them 24/7 by phone or email. Test the quality and efficiency of response by sending them an email pertaining to some question you may have before you sign up.

3.Types of Hosting Services

- Free Hosting : Free sites are for people whose sites are small and do not expect much traffic.It's free for small non-business site.
# no usage of domain names
# Limited technical support
# Unreliability of servers, software
# Limited web space, technical support
# Host may shut down due without notice

- Virtual Hosting: (also known as domain or shared hosting).This is the most popular and cost effective form of hosting.
# Low cost
# Great for the average business sites
# Good technical support
# Multiple sites on server(sometimes we will get slow updates)
# Limited security and control due to the large number of sites on 1 server
# Use your own domain name (
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Thursday, February 15, 2007


How to build a community network ?
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Saturday, January 20, 2007

Cerebral Palsy

What is Cerebral Palsy ?
Cerebral Palsy is the most common permanent physical disability of childhood.It is a neuromuscular disorder of the pyramidal motor system resulting in the major problem of impaired voluntary muscle control.The damage appears to be fixed and non progressive & the cause unknown. Although a variety of factors have been implicated in the etiology of CP (cranial pressure). Cranial Pressure results more commonly from prenatal brain abnormalities.
Most common type of Cerebral Palsy
a.Delayed developmental milestone
b.Tongue thrust with difficulty swallowing & sucking.Poor weight gain.Aspiration maybe occur.
c. Increased muscle tone :scissoring" (legs crossed,toes pointed).
d. Persistent neonatal reflexes.
e. Associated problem Cerebral Palsy : mental retardation,
,sensory impairement (vision,hearing), orthopedic condition (congenital displasia of hip,club foot), dental problem (malocclusion),s seizure.
Implementation for the nursing care patient Cerebral Palsy : maintain patetn airway , promoted adequate nutrition, Facilitate verbal communication,prevent injury,provide early detection of and correction for vision & hearing defect.Encourage infant stimulation program,refer to physical therapy & incorporate play into exercise routine.
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Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Nursing Jobs

Nursing jobs in USA is not easy for foreign-educated nurse. Nursing jobs in USA for domestic labor supply foreign nurses must comply with strict requirements to work in this country. They need a license to practice and a visa that permits them to work.
According of to the Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing School ( CGFNS) in Philadelphia, which ensures licensure eligibility and other US practice requirements for foreign-educated healthcare professionals,nurses from Philippines,India and Nigeria rank as the Top three among the Largest percentage of CGFNS applicants.
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Thursday, January 11, 2007


What is Mesothelioma ? Mesothelioma is serious and rare form of lung cancer. It's most frequently seen in men between the ages of 50 to 70. Women affected fast less frequently. Estimate suggest that the incidence of mesothelioma for every 100.000 in the US is about 1.8 and 1.9 internationally. This form of cancer affect people of every race equally. The number of people who have been diagnose with mesothelioma has increased significantly in the past 30 years. Although many advances in treatment have been made, there is no cure for this type of cancer.
In mesothelioma the cells of mesothelium become cancerous and grow out of control. The mesothelium is a protective, two-layer membrane that cover the internal organs of the body including the lungs,heart and abdominal organs.
Between this layers, the cells produce fluid which allows easy movement of the heart and lungs within the chest cavity. The layers that covers the lungs is called the pleura and the layers that covers the heart is called the pericardium . The peritonium lines the abdoninal cavity. Mesothelioma can affect any of these cells but is usually seen in the pleural or peritoneal mesothelium. The most common form of mesothelioma is pleural.
The primary risk factor for developing mesothelioma is exposure to asbestos.
When cancerous cells invade the mesothelium, it become increasingly difficult to breath. In the pleural form of mesothelioma, tumors growing in the mesothelium cause pleural effusions, which prevent the smooth movement of the lungs and other organs in the chest.
Peritoneal mesothelioma invades the abdominal cavity and can cause the loss appetite weight loss, nausea and vomiting. Moat patience ssek medical care after having symptoms only 4-6 month.
Mesothelioma is a very aggressive form of cancer, because it takes so long for symptoms to appear it can spread to the other organs in the chest, in the chest wall and into the lymp nodes. The cancerous cells spread or metastasize from the mesothelium into other parts of the body and damage internal tissue and organs. Treatment is more effective when the disease is detected early.
Treatment is aimed at reducing the size of tumors and relieving symptoms. Chemotherapy , radiation treatment and surgery are some of the traditional treatment strategies used to help patients live longer, with the fewer symptoms. New advances in photodynamic therapy and immunotherapy give hope for prolonging the lives of patients with mesothelioma. on average however the life expectancy after being diagnose with mesothelioma is less than one year.
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