Blue Star

The Blue Star
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8:11 AM
February 10th, 2013

lsgairenint:

Lee Seung Gi 코스모폴리탄 Cosmopolitan Korea July 2008 issue HQ scans Part 1

cr: dclsg

11:53 AM
January 29th, 2013
i cant stop admiring you… :)
11:44 AM
January 29th, 2013
such a big surprise from Seung Gi.. He just wrote down my name and gave me his signature!!!!!!!!!!! cant believe it’s real!!!!
though my name is  misswritten , but he already corrected it .lol….

thanks to FAI for this lucky draw…^______^


such a big surprise from Seung Gi.. He just wrote down my name and gave me his signature!!!!!!!!!!! cant believe it’s real!!!!

though my name is  misswritten , but he already corrected it .lol….

thanks to FAI for this lucky draw…^______^

1:13 AM
January 17th, 2013
Still have a cough after cold/flu? It will last ~18 days, and antibiotics won't help you.

cranquis:

…Remind the public that there’s not a drug solution for every symptom. “We have come to the conclusion as a population that we don’t want to be sick for one hour…”

  • Most people think a cough (caused by a cold) should only last 5-9 days, and that antibiotics will help the cough go away quicker.
  • BUT: research shows that the average cold-related cough lasts 18 days.
  • PLUS: 90% of cough cases are viral in the first 2-3 weeks.
  • THEREFORE: antibiotics will only be helpful 10% of the time within the first ~3 weeks of a cough.
  • Warning signs that an antibiotic might be necessary sooner: shortness of breath, persisting high fever, bloody/rust-colored phlegm.
  • For doctors who are considering using the “delayed-fill prescription of antibiotics” as a way to appease your antibiotic-craving patients: only 50% of them will fill the Rx if you tell them to wait a few days before taking it! (I use this technique a lot, accompanied with a written list of “signs that you should start taking the antibiotic” plus my list of home remedies for cough and cold symptoms).
9:22 PM
January 3rd, 2013
lsgairenint:

Congratulations Mr Lee. No 1 for 6 weeks at Billboard K-pop Chart !!! NEW CHART RECORD ^^
Photo cr : @vakaala


lsgairenint:

Congratulations Mr Lee. No 1 for 6 weeks at Billboard K-pop Chart !!! NEW CHART RECORD ^^

Photo cr : @vakaala

9:22 PM
January 3rd, 2013
lsgairenint:

Lee Seung Gi’s handwritten letter moves netizens’ hearts
 Singer Lee Seung Gi’s handwritten letter was revealed.
Recently on an online community board, a picture titled ‘A letter to an elementary school student from Lee Seung Gi’ has been uploaded.
The writer of the post explained, “An elementary school student who appeared on Accompany gave a letter to the producer of the show and asked to give it to Lee Seung Gi. Accompany visits the guest once more to see how much they he has changed. After ten weeks, the producer visited the elementary student and the child showed off the replied he received from Lee Seung Gi. Lee is still keeping in touch with the people who have appeared on the show.”
The picture shows the handwritten letter of Lee Seung Gi who appeared on KBS 1TV’s Accompany. The letter reads, “Thank you for your sincere letter! I am not a great or special person like Joo Won says I am. But I think I you think of me in that way because I try my best to my parents and the people around me with a thankful heart. Always be bright, work hard, and appreciate others! Study hard until you can fully understand this letter! Keep up the good work! 2010 May 31, Lee Seung Gi.”
Netizens commented: “Lee Seung Gi is so kind.” “That student is lucky.” “Please do grow like Lee Seung Gi.”
Source: Xportsnews
Cr : enkorea.com


lsgairenint:

Lee Seung Gi’s handwritten letter moves netizens’ hearts


Singer Lee Seung Gi’s handwritten letter was revealed.

Recently on an online community board, a picture titled ‘A letter to an elementary school student from Lee Seung Gi’ has been uploaded.

The writer of the post explained, “An elementary school student who appeared on Accompany gave a letter to the producer of the show and asked to give it to Lee Seung Gi. Accompany visits the guest once more to see how much they he has changed. After ten weeks, the producer visited the elementary student and the child showed off the replied he received from Lee Seung Gi. Lee is still keeping in touch with the people who have appeared on the show.”

The picture shows the handwritten letter of Lee Seung Gi who appeared on KBS 1TV’s Accompany. The letter reads, “Thank you for your sincere letter! I am not a great or special person like Joo Won says I am. But I think I you think of me in that way because I try my best to my parents and the people around me with a thankful heart. Always be bright, work hard, and appreciate others! Study hard until you can fully understand this letter! Keep up the good work! 2010 May 31, Lee Seung Gi.”

Netizens commented: “Lee Seung Gi is so kind.” “That student is lucky.” “Please do grow like Lee Seung Gi.”

Source: Xportsnews

Cr : enkorea.com

9:20 PM
January 3rd, 2013

Abu Hurairah (رضي الله عنه) narrated that the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) said, “Verily, Allah does not look at your appearance or wealth, but rather He looks at your heart and deeds.”
— Sahih Muslim, Book 32, Number 6221


Abu Hurairah (رضي الله عنه) narrated that the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) said, 
“Verily, Allah does not look at your appearance or wealth, but rather He looks at your heart and deeds.”

— Sahih Muslim, Book 32, Number 6221

(Source: sazlishah, via islamic-quotes)

1:29 AM
January 2nd, 2013
"The Placebo Phenomenon"

cranquis:

aspiringdoctors:

Harvard Magazine article

…But other placebo treatments (sham acupuncture, pills, or other fake interventions) are nowhere near ready for clinical application—and Kaptchuk is not recommending that they should be. Such treatments all require deception on the part of doctors, an aspect of placebo medicine that raises serious ethical questions for practitioners.

This was disturbing for Kaptchuk, too; deception played no role in his own success as a healer. But years of considering the question led him to his next clinical experiment: What if he simply told people they were taking placebos? The question ultimately inspired a pilot study, published by the peer-reviewed science and medicine journal PLOS ONE in 2010, that yielded his most famous findings to date. His team again compared two groups of IBS sufferers. One group received no treatment. The other patients were told they’d be taking fake, inert drugs (delivered in bottles labeled “placebo pills”) and told also that placebos often have healing effects.

The study’s results shocked the investigators themselves: even patients who knew they were taking placebos described real improvement, reporting twice as much symptom relief as the no-treatment group. That’s a difference so significant, says Kaptchuk, it’s comparable to the improvement seen in trials for the best real IBS drugs…

The entire article (though rather long) is terrific, and you should go read it — but I highlighted the portion that really struck me. The human brain is AMAZING.

8:47 PM
December 31st, 2012
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE…..
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9:17 AM
December 31st, 2012
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