Ceres and District Environment and Amenity Protection Group


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Ceres and District Environment and Amenity Protection Group addresses issues arising from planning applications that adversely effect the environment and amenity of the area. We address these issues on relevant planning grounds and use Scottish national policy and the Fife development plan as our guide.

CDC creates Wedding Day Survival Guide Have got a bridezilla on your hands

CDC creates ‘Wedding Day Survival Guide’ Have got a bridezilla on your hands? Don’t fret: The kind folks at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have provided a handy guide to help you survive the bouquets, long-winded speeches and blushing brides on a marriage day . The CDC’s BIG DAY Survival Guide is similar to the Zombie Survival Guide that it released last year. A little bit tongue-in-cheek, the government agency provides tips about how to plan for an emergency like a hurricane throughout a marriage ceremony or an overly psychological bride. End of the global globe comes May 21st, Harold Camping says: CDC centered on zombie attack ‘You never understand when Bridezilla might pop-up,’ the CDC’s Caitlin Shockey writes. Continue reading

Premature wrinkling and skin damage from sun exposure is named photoaging also.

The outcomes indicate that people can add another level of sophistication to the use of botulinum exotoxin A by varying levels of precision. In patients going through treatment for facial lines and wrinkles using a carbon dioxide laser, the pairing of a concentrated stream of cold air flow with the laser during treatment produced the procedure less painful. Eleven sufferers with acne scars were treated with the laser during five treatment periods at three-week intervals. The individuals had been assessed after three classes, and at one, three and half a year after the fifth treatment program. Continue reading

Antioxidant turmeric and laurel leaf extracts reduce hardening of arteries.

A 2011 study released in the Journal of Medicinal Meals found that both of these popular culinary herbs have a very unique ability to naturally decrease bloodstream sugars, lower cholesterol and stop the buildup of arterial plaque, that may lead to cardiovascular disease. To arrive at this conclusion, researchers from Yeungnam University’s College of Biotechnology in South Korea examined the consequences of turmeric and laurel in zebrafish which were intentionally fed a higher cholesterol diet . Continue reading

Angiogenesis inhibitors.

Angiogenesis inhibitors, study factors to limitations, solutions A new generation of cancer medicines designed to starve tumors of their blood circulation – called angiogenesis inhibitors -succeeds initially, but then promotes even more invasive cancer growth-sometimes with an increased incidence of metastases, according to a new study in animals. The study clarifies similar findings in other animal research and is in keeping with some early proof from a small number of scientific trials with cancer patients . People have thought that angiogenesis-inhibiting therapy should hinder metastasis, but these studies show this is not necessarily the case, says Gabriele Bergers, PhD, co-writer of a paper reporting the study in the March 3, 2009 problem of the journal Malignancy Cell. Continue reading

Autism Speaks and Doug Flutie.

Basis for Autism. ‘It’s seldom a mom or father, or a tuned teacher who works together with a kid with autism, reaches tell a software developer which kind of tools they have to improve their loved one’s lifestyle. We believe that this kind of collaboration has the capacity to really enhance the learning and conversation experience for folks on the autism spectrum. .. Autism Speaks and Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation choose apps to greatly help people with ASD Autism Speaks, the world’s largest autism technology and advocacy corporation, and the Doug Flutie Jr. Basis for Autism today announced technology applications to be developed to advantage people with autism within the Hacking Autism initiative. Continue reading

Childrens TV heavy with junk food In the first Australian study of its kind.

Children’s TV heavy with junk food In the first Australian study of its kind, University of Sydney researchers have found two-thirds of advertisements during children’s high-rating television programs promote junk food. The study may be the first to compare advertising patterns through the top-rating TV applications for 5 – to 12-year-olds and 13 – to 17-year-olds with advertising patterns during adult looking at times . Led by study dietician Bridget Kelly, at the Australian Center for Health Promotion, the study found that although total meals advertising quantities fell between 2002 and 2006, there was a higher concentration of high-fat, high-sugar food adverts during popular children’s television programs. Continue reading