they shared idealistic values and dedicated themselves to doing good in the world.

but he got tired of being poor, so he sold Gaia his share in the diner, went into business as a marketing consultant and is now doing very well for himself.

he has a plum contract with Metro Form's Customer Conditioning Division,which is dedicated to moulding good consumers.

he's making good money, living in a fabulous condo in the Southeast and has lots of expensive toys, like a sports car and a state of rhe art home sync vid system.

since he and Gaia split up, he's had a string of ever younger and ever hotter girlfriends, and is now dating the very much younger and very glamorous Indigo.

he is tall, handsome and athletic, and looks equally great in jeans or a suit.

he and his ex are amicable about sharing custody of the kids, but not much else. Gaia thinks Kane is a traitor to their values(you are a moneygrubbing sell out, shamelessly working for corporate sleazebag),while Kane thinks Gaia uses the diner as an excuse for not even trying to get ahead.

(how does it serve anyone, let alone let alone society, to be stuck in a money losing greasy spoon year after year?)

Spread&Transmission編集

Being born to a mother with hepatitis B.

Having sex with an infected person.

Being tattooed or pierced with unsterilized tools that were used on an infected person.

Getting an accidental needle stick with a needle that was used on an infected person.

Using an infected person’s razor or toothbrush.

Sharing drug needles with an infected person.

symptoms編集

Patient may be symptoms such as nausea and vomiting and loss of appetite and general malaise.

There is also jaundice and enlargement of the liver that appear subsequent to these symptoms.

In this case, you may feel a dull ache in the back right. It is the acute hepatitis B.


prevention編集

You should not be touched blood and secretions of hepatitis B patients.

You should not give food to infants in the Mouth to mouth.

純白

HIV proves no obstacle. Treatment, education allow couples to live; Vancouver Coastal Health. today, HIV AIDS is no more a death sentence than it is a barrier to love. Vancouver Coastal Health says that, with effective diagnosis and treatment, couples are able to live normal healthy lives even if one partner is HIV positive. 'we have come a long way' said Dr Reka Gustafson, the disease of communicable disease control at VCH. 'if one partner has an infection, you can manage it with treatment and go on to live a long, healthy life together. The biggest myth that exists is that HIV is a death sentence and you can not prevent transmission.' A recent four year study conducted by VCH proved otherwise. The health authority tracked 900 serodiscordant couples where one partner is HIV positive and the other is HIV negative and recorded only one case of HIV transmission in that time, and that was before th infected partner's treatment took effect. Bradford Mcintyre and his husband, Deni Daviau, are living proof that the virus does not get in the way of a positive, long term relationship. The two Vancouver men have been happily married for 10 years; Mcintyre has been living with HIV for 28 year. "In the,early years when I told people I was HIV positive, people were frightened and even ran as fast as they could because of the stigma," said Mcintyre. "We now know,through treatment, a person can have a normal life, date, get married and have children." Highly active antiretroviral therapy(HAART) can reduce viral loads in patients to the point where the risk of transmission is as low as o ne per cent and virtually eliminated with safe sex practices. "There's more to life than the disease, more to a relationship," said Daviau. "there are small health issues that Brad has to deal with. It's part of life. " Mcintyre added"It may not be easy at times, but couples get through." The key is to access treatment as soon as possible, starting with diagnosis. VCH offers HIV testing at hospitals and family medical clinics.what is the big myth about living with HIV?


How can couples live a healthy life even if one of the partners has HIV AIDS? what did the 4 year study by VCH prove or show to us? how are Bradford and Deni considered a success story? what kind of treatment is being used to help patients with HIV AIDS? Does Bradford say it is easy or not easy to live with HIV AIDS? Explain what he said about living with HIV AIDS?

運転中の携帯電話の使用について

B.C drivers are not getting the message that talking on the phone and texting while driving is against the law. During its February blitz, the RCMP's Lower Mainland division issued 4449 distracted driving tickets, up from 2300 in the same month of 2011. that's amazing increases. It's pretty obvious is not getting the message. said Superintendent Norm Gaumont, head of Traffic Services for the Lower Mainkand District Regional Police Service. We have a lot more work to do. We really have to focus on telling the publi there are the consequences.

Getting caught chatting on the phone without a hands-free device while driving comes with a $167 ticket. Texting comes with the same fine plus demerit points.

According to police, distracted driving was the contributing factor in 27 fatalities in 2011 and 46 the year previous. The law, introduced in 2010 covers not only talking and texting while driving, but includes eating, putting on makeup and reading books. The most common offences are drivers texting while sitting in traffic and talking on handheld cell phone.

Police have also gotten better at catching people by placing more plainclothes officers in intersections to nab offenders.


gaumont added if drivers don't start getting the message soon,the RCMP will ask the province to increase the punishment for breaking the law.

what did the RCMP do during the month of February 2012.

why did the RCMP do this?