The health care industry had the worst security average of every industry surveyed in all four quarters, according to IT security specialist Agari’s TrustScore report.
The TrustIndex provides email "threat" ratings (ThreatScore), or the volume of cyberthreats targeted toward any given company’s consumers via email, and email "trust" ratings (TrustScore), or how well companies are protecting consumers from email cyberthreats.
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Among the children who tested positive for the H1N1 virus on Wednesday, two, both 10 months old, from Nagpada and Andheri had to be admitted to different hospitals. The remaining five, including a three-month infant from Versova and four kids under 10 years from Goregaon, Mahalaxmi and Kandivli, were treated as outpatients. Around 17% of the H1N1-hit this year are very young children.
The herb contains an orange yellow pigment, plumbagin a sitosterol and a fatty alcohol. The proportion of the plumbagin varies within the limits according to the locality, growth, age condition of the soil and the reason. The older the plant and drier the soil, the greater is the quantity of active principle found in its root.
Q. If vitamin A is fat-soluble; does that mean it's found in foods that contain fat?
A. Yes. Vitamin A occurs naturally only in foods of animal origin, such as liver, which is the storage place for vitamin A in animals and humans; some seafood; butter; whole milk and egg yolks. This form of vitamin A is usually called pre-formed vitamin A, or retinol. Retinol is also added to skim and low-fat milk.
The plant occurs in several parts of India, chiefly in the drier parts of the peninsula, and is usually cultivated in hedges. It is also cultivated for commercial purposes, in Punjab, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
The leaves contain a glucosidal coloring matter and hennotanic acid. On petroleum ether extraction, the seeds of the plant yield a viscous oil containing behenvc, arachidic, stearic, palmitic, oleic and linoleic acids.
Q. I know that a compound of fluorine, called a fluoride, is often added to some brands of toothpaste, and even to some water supplies to help reduce cavities. Does it really work for that?
A. Yes. Tooth decay rates are much higher than average in areas in which the drinking water is naturally low in fluorine. When adequate amounts of fluoride are incorporated into tooth enamel, the rate of tooth decay is substantially reduced. Studies show that it works not only for children's teeth, but for adults, too.
Climate change poses a wide range of risks to population health - risks that will increase in future decades, often to critical levels, if global climate change continues on its current trajectory.
The majority of the adverse effects of climate change are experienced by poor and low-income communities around the world, who have much higher levels of vulnerability to environmental determinants of health, wealth and other factors, and much lower levels of capacity available for coping with environmental change. A report on the global human impact of climate change published by the Global Humanitarian Forum.
If you are suffering digestive problems or diarrhea, try blackberry tea. As well as a fruit tea, you can buy black tea infused with blackberries. The tea is rich in iron as well as easing stomach aches and diarrhea and helping to control fevers.
Detox with lemon
Lemon juice is a great flavor enhancer and mixed with hot water is a really healthy (and detoxifying) alternative to heavily caffeinated hot drinks. Get twice as much juice out of your lemons by heating in the oven or hot water, or by rolling until slightly soft, before squeezing.