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Recovering From Lap Band Surgery

August 14th, 2016

For those who have a persistent weight problem that hasn’t been responsive to diet or exercise, lap band surgery is a good option to lose that extra weight quickly. It is, however, an invasive surgery, so some recovery time is to be expected.

How Long Will Your Recovery Take?

Everyone wants to know how long they should plan for recovery from this type of surgery. Each person is different, but in general, you can expect to be out of commission for four to eight days.

Some people find that they recover in record time, but others will need a full two weeks to recover. You can use past experience as a guide. Have you required longer recovery times for previous surgeries or hospital stays, such as giving birth? If so, then plan for a longer period of time to be sure that you won’t be forced to go back to work while still feeling off.

The Importance of Time Off

Technically, you could probably be back at work the day after surgery, but this is a bad idea for a number of reasons. First of all, even if you feel pretty good, your incision needs to heal. Having surgery of any kind is traumatic for the body, and it is important to recognize this and take it easy for a bit to allow yourself to recuperate.

Another consideration is your energy level. After the procedure, you’ll be limited to clear liquids for at least a couple of days, which is great for your body, but can make you feel pretty weak. Even if you’re not in pain, you will likely find that you are too weak to work or do much during those first few days.

If you do start doing too much too soon, you’ll quickly find out. Pain at the incision site and generally not feeling good are signs that you should probably just sit down and rest. While an exercise routine is very important to the success of the lap band procedure and will help you lose weight faster, you should not start hiking right after the surgery; you’ll need to wait at least a couple of weeks before engaging in any real exercise. Talk to your doctor about a good time to start.

Tips for Faster Recovery

If you want your recovery to go as quickly as possible, follow these suggestions:

– Stick to the doctor’s rules. Don’t cheat while you’re supposed to be on clear liquids or you could have complications.

– Make sure that any issues are checked immediately. While complications are rare, they do happen, but they can be treated immediately.

– Don’t drive. This can put strain on your body and for the first few days, at least, so it’s not a good idea.

Taking care of yourself is important. After all, you had the surgery to become healthier, so take the extra time to recuperate and make sure you start your new health regimen on the right foot. A couple of weeks off from work won’t make a big difference in the long run, but for your body it will be well worth it!

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June 1st, 2016

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Title: Typical cases of the deterioration of Muntz metal (60:40 brass) by selective corrosion
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Rawdon, Henry S., 1880-
Subjects: Brass Corrosion and anti-corrosives
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d EiG. 12.—Illustration of various conditions affecting dezi,. ~ification (0-6) Samples of Muntz metal which were in contact with copper while immerse, n sodium chloridesolution. In a the wire was inserted in the central hole; in b it was wrapped a_ound the sample.The attack is immediately adjacent to the copper wire. (X 2). (c) Muntz metal sample which has been immersed in 5 per cent sodium chloride solution. The dark spots are corroded areas which formed beneath adhering deposits of basic zinc chloride. (X2.)unetched. (d) Cross section of one of the spots shown in c. (X500.) Etching, ammonium hydroxide and hydrogen peroxide. The dark band is the basic zinc chloride deposit which accelerated the attack of the metalbeneath. A copper layer, shown in the upper two corners, was deposited in the sample to protectthe edge of the specimen during the polishing. Deterioration of Muntz Metal 21

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May 17th, 2016

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Title: The Bell System technical journal
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: American Telephone and Telegraph Company
Subjects: Telecommunication Electric engineering Communication Electronics Science Technology
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siderations of economy and service improvement led to the intro-duction of carrier operation into all types of toll plant as rapidly as thestate of the art permitted. This directly affects the toll switching planfrom the standpoint of routing and location of switching centers. At present, carrier systems use four broad categories of facilities: openwire, conventional paired or quadded cables, coaxial cable and radio. Several types of open wire carrier systems permitting from one tofifteen telephone channels above the frequency band of the voice channelare now in use. In general these systems are used when> trunk cross-sec-tions are relatively small and where the terrain and weather conditionsmake open wire lines economical. Cable carrier systems at present permit the operation of up to twelvetelephone channels on two pairs of cable conductors. These conductorsmay be in one cable or divided between two separate cables, depending 84-4 THE BELL SYSTEM TECHNICAL JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 1952

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Fig. 10—Microwave radio relay tower at Cotoctin Mountain, Marj-land, on aNew York-Washington radio route. There are 300 message circuits in service withmore planned. on the type of carrier system (Fig. 8). Coaxial cable transmission systemscurrently provide up to 600 telephone channels per pair of coaxials(Fig. 9). A new coaxial system, under development, is expected to pro-duce about 1,800 telephone channels per pair of coaxials. Most of the applications of radio for toll telephone service now contem-plated, involve the use of pomt-to-pomt microwave systems. By employ- FUNDAMENTAL ILAXS FOK TOLL TKLKIMIONE PLANT 845 iiig rhaniioliiifz; (equipment at the tormiiiuls of these systems similar tothat used for the present coaxial system, eaeh pair of radio channels mayprovide up to (lOO telephone channels. Several pairs of such radio channelsmay be operated throuf>h the same antennas (Fi^- 10). Radio systems are also u.seful in some cases where the number of toiltriniks re(iuire(l is

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Serenade! Celebration in Gaithersburg (Ensembles from Japan, USA, Netherlands)

May 13th, 2016

Serenade! Celebration in Gaithersburg (Ensembles from Japan, USA, Netherlands)
Event on 2016-06-25 15:30:00
The sixth annual Serenade! Washington, D.C. Choral Festival, June 23-27, 2016, continues on June 25th with a concert at 3:30pm at Asbury Methodist Village (Gaithersburg, MD) featuring Kobra Ensemble (Netherlands), Tucson Girls Chorus (USA), and Ensemble Planeta (Japan). Free performance. Suggested donation -. The Kobra Ensemble consists of Ingrid Doude of Troostwijk, Star Rabbit, Lea Klarenbeek, Lonneke Cones, Saskia For Bach and Pitou Nicolaes. Since its founding in 2010 they have developed a unique style, which is characterized by a diverse musicality and a lively stage presence. With a mix of early and contemporary classical works, folk music and close harmony, Kobra impresses audiences with their amazing chamber music abilities. The ensemble also crosses artistic boundaries by collaborating with other art forms: several costume designers, visual artists, video artists, instrumentalists, composers and arrangers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pI16H3UvL5k Ensemble Planeta, a female group of four Japanese singers, is known for their performance of the works of Bach, Brahms, Schubert and other classical composers and traditional European folk music. Their exceptional voices feature non-vibrato style, which takes audiences inside a unique worldview of timeless and cross-genre repertoire. The songs are arranged and produced by Nahoko Kakiage, the recognized creator of classical crossover style of music in Japan. This is the ensembles first visit to the United States. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eN9kiyIv-Q Founded in 1985, the Tucson Girls Chorus is recognized as an outstanding choral education program working with girls from Kindergarten through High School in seven choirs. The two upper choirs tour nationally and internationally, and have produced CDs.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PlrhF2bImI

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Relationship Seminar “From Single to mingle..just under 30 seconds”

April 28th, 2016

Relationship Seminar “From Single to mingle..just under 30 seconds”
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Where: Marakech Lounge, Washington DC, 2147 P. Street, NW When: Sunday, June 5th, at 1:30pm                               What is this seminar about?                  “Key Strategies to use when approaching or attracting your potential mate." with Guest panel professionals: Relationship coaches, dating coach, psychologist, psychotherapist, marriage counselors AS we are approaching the nicer weather, SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) victims are suddenly awakened by the sun and warmer weather, hence, their mood changes accordingly. Spring and summer is a time where people feel more optimistic when meeting someone new. Our seminars are more likely to help you get to where you want to be when it comes to meeting new people, and hopefully, your significant other.  This will be the first among a series of other events in the DMV area covering the subject of Dating in the 21st century. Interactive seminar with the attendees will also be included in our events where Q&A will be available throughout the seminar. This event is for the public of all ages and status. In this educational event, you will learn…… How to eliminate the fear of approaching people, wherever you are….  @ The ins and out of online dating;  @ Keeping the conversation fresh and interesting on Date 1, and closing for Date #2;  @ Learning how to accept rejection, as it may be inevitable in some cases;   @ Keeping yourself confident and focusing on becoming a better person  @ Learn to love who you are and accept yourself  @ Creating an attractive online profile with dating sites   PLUS All attendees will receive: @ All guest panelists will have their own promotional gifts for all of you (Raffle ticket winners)  @ Free 30 minutes coaching session (Raffle ticket winners)  @ Other door prizes..                                     IMPORTANT NOTICE: Local media will attend the event and it will be a part of upcoming televised program. Cost: dollars if purchased on Eventbrite. At the door: 20 dollars      

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February 26th, 2016

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Symposium Through The Interface Of Regulatory And Analytical Sciences For Biotechnology Health Products

February 23rd, 2016

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February 19th, 2016

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Title: Report about the Pittsburgh transport issue, presented to Honorable William A. Magee, mayor of the city of Pittsburgh
12 Months: 1910 (1910s)
Writers: Arnold, Bion J. (Bion Joseph), 1861-1942
Subjects: Street-railroads Local transportation
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January 20th, 2016

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Title: Bulletin
12 Months: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: United Claims. Bureau of Mines
Topics: Mines and mineral resources Mines and mineral sources Mining engineering
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are the ones utilized by the Illinois Geological research. The districts shown in figure 1 never add instead every one of the minesworked in the State, but 98.3 percent associated with tonnage is producedin them all. In 1912 districts 7, 6, 4, and 5, ranking inside the purchase called,produced 82 per cent of coal linked to the State. Districts 2 and 3 eachproduced less than 1 percent. CHARACTER OF COKING PROCESS. The coking of coal is a destructive distillation in either the absenceof air or simply in the presence of a finite offer. In commercial practicecoking is performed in beehive and by-product ovens along with in gasoline retorts.The ways of procedure vary, as perform some products obtained. Bee-hive and a lot of by-product ovens are usually for creating metallurgical coke,whereas gas retorts are usually for obtaining illuminating gas. Coke fromgas retorts isn’t as great as from coking ovens and it is generally provided fordomestic fuel. a Andros, S. O., Coal mining in Illinois: Illinois Coal Mining research Bull. 13,1915, p. 50. 10 COKING OF ILLINOIS COALS.

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Figure 1.—Map of Illinois, showing coal districts utilized under the cooperative arrangement. CONDITIONS CONCERNING COKING OF ILLINOIS COALS. 11 In beehive ovens coke is ordinarily the sole item obtained.The range is heated from inside by the combustion of fumes drivenfrom the coal and of some the fixed carbon, a restricted method to obtain airfor this purpose becoming admitted through an opening inside the part ofthe oven. A huge share linked to the volatile matter is burned inside ofthe range and remainder, which passes out through top, isburned in regard to touching environment. For this reason all of the by-productsare missing. In by-product ovens coke is usually the principal item; gas,tar, ammonia, cyanides, benzol, and toluol are restored as by-products. The ovens are heated from outside by burning of partof the gas gotten in coking. No air has experience of thevolatile matter burning it and destroy the by-products, as well as the latterare divided from 1 another in an appropriate recoverybulletin138unit

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320 Mr. J. H. Vincent on variations and Diagrams to Ellipsoid of Elasticity. Man by XO Y airplane: by ZOX jet : by ZOY jet. X. V- &. z. y- z. 000 4-00 o-oo 6-00 0-00 6-00 1-00 3-77 0-50 5-92 0-50 5-95 1-98 3-00 1-00 5-66 1-00 5-81. 200 2-93 1-50 5-20 1-50 5-56 2-00 2-00 1-66 5-00 2-00 5-20 2-90 1-00 2-00 4-47 2-21 5-00 3-00 0-00 2-24 4-00 2-50 4-68 2-60 3-00 2-98 4-00 2-83 2-00 3-00 3-97 2-96 1-00 3-46 3-00 3-00 000 3-503-773-944-00 2-912-001-00 o-oo FresneVs Wave Suiface.The volumes a, b, c into the equation the typical type in which equation is met with, tend to be to betaken proportional to your reciprocals of /j,:, /x2, yu.3. This willbe the situation if a, b, c are usually proportional in to the figures 4, 3, 2.A design or drawing illustrating this surface will show theproperties of a body whose ellipsoid of elasticity gets the sameshape as that constructed overhead. Fig. 4 shows many curves which are the areas ofthe area by airplanes parallel on XOY jet. If z = 0the sectional curves are

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ow energy. The bloodcapillaries carry particular body wastes to these thousands oftiny glands within the system including pour away a fluid,the sweat or perspiration, which contains waste materialsfrom the cells. By this step, heat related to human anatomy isregulated. Heat Regulation from the System. During hefty workout,as in operating, boxing, hoeing, or plowing, more temperature is pro-duced to the bloodstream by explanation associated with the fast oxidation in thebody cells. Nature, at a time, delivers the bloodstream in to the skinto be cooled by experience of the atmosphere. The sweat glands helpby pouring away across area the human body a {isweat.This evaporates quickly to the air $ nd the blood is 240 PHYSIOLOGY, HYGIENE AND SANITATION cooled, like environment about a house is cooled bysprinkling the lands with liquid. During cold temperatures, the bloodstream can be chilled andit is needed to truly save temperature. The stressed systemsends out a note towards little arteries under theskin to agreement therefore the bloodstream is necessary out from the

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A A Fig 121.—Section of epidermis showing (A) hairs. (B)Sebaceous glands. area about the body in to the further cells by which it mayretain its temperature. Thus it really is, that in hot or winter,during a time period of rest or exercise, the human body temperature is held atone additionally temperature. In health the body temperature ismaintained at 98 3/5° F. Sickness and Body Temperature. During infection oftenthe temperature related to body achieves 103 or 104°. Oxida-tion is fast and skin fails using its task of maintaining aneven heat. Anyone will be said to have afever. YOUR SKIN 241

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