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Something About Steroids

Steroids are Harmful The usual method I know that people use to develop muscles and enhance power is through exercising and partaking in other physical activities. Lifting weights, jogging, push-ups are just some of the specific activities in order to improve health as well as physical characteristics. However, there are some people who choose to use steroids as another way to be muscular and powerful. Steroids, more specifically anabolic steroids, are drugs that are synthetic versions of testosterone. Anabolic steroids should be differentiated from corticosteroids. Both drugs are prescribed by doctors but for different reasons. Whereas corticosteroids are used for swelling and regulating overactive immune responses of the body, anabolic steroids are mainly for people who have delayed puberty or are having problems with their testicular function. Anabolic steroids promote the growth of skeletal muscle as well as other male characteristics that appear during puberty such as


KNOWING YOUR CUSTOMERS –FOR A FREELANCER It is often believed that ‘freelancers’ are king of their own domains. They can do whatever they like and there are no repercussions. This is a wrong notion rooted deeply in the minds of lots of people who are unaware of the pros and cons of the entire freelancer’s world. For every business enterprise it is essential to identify the needs and wants of their potential clients. The products are designed to match those needs and thus companies succeed in maximizing their profits. Being a freelancer is quite similar to being a business enterprise with the exception that you are the ‘worker’ and you are the ‘boss’ both. So if knowing your customer is essential for a business setup than it is equally important for a freelancer too. Knowing Your Customers Now we are all aware that there are different kinds of services that freelancers provide ranging from web designing to content writing. Many promotion activities through social network


HOW TO DEAL WITH POVERTY OR HOW TO STAY AWAY FROM POVERTY I am poor for I believe I am; you may assume I am rich for I may be earning a bit more than you. You have a car and I have a motorbike; my ‘milk man’ has a cycle so he believes he is actually poor and we are both ‘rich’ in his eyes. Poverty is a relative term for many but as far as an economist is concerned any person living below the average income line of the nation may be classified as poor. Since my concern here is not to indulge in a debate as to who is poor and who is not; but address poverty as an issue and suggest some possible ways to deal with poverty. System Admin working as part time Photo credits:  Pragmagraphr For simplicity's sake let us assume that an average man who holds no tangible or intangible assets and earns a daily wage that can barely make ends meet is poor and he needs to know how to deal with ‘Poverty’. If I was writing a research paper to present in the parliament I would have b


MEDICAL MALPRACTICE IN INDIA Fake doctors are a phenomenon that plagues most of South East Asia particularly India, Pakistan and even Bangladesh. The most important underlying reason for such fake doctors is due to the low literacy levels in the country especially in the rural areas. But let us clarify one thing first; medical malpractice does not mean that we are only talking about fake doctors or health practitioners, it also includes those who are ‘genuine’ doctors but do not practice according to the medical norms and conduct fit for a doctor. So what we have in my beautiful country India is both; on one hand we have an abundance and continuous supply of fake doctors, dispensers practicing as professional doctors in rural areas of the country where the writ of the law is weaker and access of media is rare. But this is not the only scenario; we also have doctors who solemnly took the Hippocratic oath, studied medicine for 5 years and even completed their house jobs but then