Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Friday, June 24, 2011
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Tahniah kepada budak kecik ini kerana membuktikan dirinya sungguh berani nak cabut gigi.. without any bius.. hevat la you.. steady je~~
Lepas tu, balik dari cabut gigi, si kecik ni tetibe sibukkk nak gigi dia tuh.. dia cakap lebih kurang camni..
"Muafah nak gigi Muafah.. Muafah sayanggg gigi Muafah.. Rinduuu.. Nak buat macam Bubbles powepapgel (powerpuffgirls) dia letak bawah bantal lepas tu dapat duit.. toothfairy!! toothfairy!!"
Papa layankan aje permintaan budak nih.. pastu call klinik tu suh simpan gigi budak kecik ni..
Haissshhh.. tak kuasa i nak layankan gara-gara dua batang gigi aje.. =="
Esok harinya pergi klinik tu nak amik gigi Muafah.. dan kebetulan Mama memang ada dental appointment so takpe je la.. =="
Heshhh.. penangan cerita kartun macam tu memberi impak kepada kanak-kanak..
Tuesday, November 09, 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Walaupun agak lama jugak artikel tu, tapi masih dalam tahun ini juge..
Copied directly from here.. Thank you Dr. Maoshing Ni for the useful information :)
If you have any doubt after you read the article (read below or just go directly to the given URL for full article) you can visit his website here..
What Your Face Reveals about Your Health - by Dr.Maoshing Ni
What do you see when you look in the mirror? According to Chinese medicine, your face is a window to your health. Your forehead, nose, chin, right cheek, left cheek: Each of these five face zones gives you clues to what is going on inside your body--if you know what to look for! Read on to decode what your face reveals about you.
According to Chinese medicine, the forehead corresponds to the fire element. This is associated with the heart and small intestine organ network, as well as the mind and spirit.
When examining your forehead, look for redness or small blood vessels that appear as discoloration, which could indicate a heart problem. Skin discoloration could also be caused by a recent emotionally-charged experience, such as a breakup or loss. It is common for people whose emotions are regularly in turmoil to have a constant furrow between their eyebrows.
A heart attack can often be foretold by a subtle bluish-green hue on the forehead. If you have discoloration on your forehead accompanied by heart palpitations, dizziness, shortness of breath, and tingling or pain in your left arm, schedule an appointment with a cardiologist or visit an emergency room, if necessary.
Your nose corresponds to the earth element, indicating a connection to the stomach, spleen and pancreas network.
Broken capillaries or redness across the bridge of the nose could reveal alcohol abuse, or it may simply mean excessive worry and stress, which taxes your earth element network.
The chin area is related to the water element, which is internally associated to your kidney and bladder organ network, including the hormonal system and glands.
Be sure to also look at your philtrum, the indentation just above your lips. This small area relates to the uterus and ovaries in women and the prostate and genitals in men. Horizontal lines, blemishes or discoloration across the philtrum may indicate infertility issues due to problems such as endometriosis or uterine fibroid cysts.
Your Right Cheek
Your right cheek corresponds to the metal element, meaning this area of your face is connected to the lung and large intestine network.
People who are prone to respiratory allergies or asthma have a tendency to have a reddish, scaly eczema, a slight rash or slight bluish-green hue along the right cheek--showing too much heat or inflammation in the respiratory system, or a lack of oxygen from bronchial constriction.
Your Left Cheek
The left cheek corresponds to your wood element, or the liver-gallbladder network.Broken capillaries and redness, especially up next to the bridge of your nose, indicate heat, inflammation or congestion of toxins in the liver. Bulging veins, redness, and rash sometimes signal high blood pressure and pent-up anger. A yellowish hue under the left eye may indicate gallstones or high triglycerides or cholesterol, which are processed by the liver-gall bladder network.
Problems in this part of the face can also reveal emotional issues, such as anger and depression, since the liver and gallbladder network includes the nervous system.
So tak hairanlah jika beberapa hari lepas muncul jerawat comel pada dagu saya.. rupa2nya period tak lama kemudian.. i tot i tak cuci muka ;p
So lepas ni makin kerap mengadap cermin..