Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Pir Mahal Indian Restaurant

Pir Mahal Indian Restaurant 

Watch this Video and find about this restaurant.


For information you can visit on this site.
http://www.pirmahal.com



Photo Gallery of Pir Mahal Indian Restaurant.






Monday, October 10, 2011

Hepatitis C


Hepatitis C is an infectious disease primarily affecting the liver, caused by the hepatitis C virus(HCV). The infection is often asymptomatic, but chronic infection can lead to scarring of the liver and ultimately to cirrhosis, which is generally apparent after many years. In some cases, those with cirrhosis will go on to develop liver failure or other complications, including liver cancer or life-threatening esophageal varices and gastric varices.
The hepatitis C virus is spread by blood-to-blood contact. Most people have few, if any symptoms after the initial infection, yet the virus persists in the liver in about 85% of those infected. Persistent infection can be treated with medication; peginterferon and ribavirin are the current standard therapy. Overall, between 51-80% of treated patients are cured. Those who develop cirrhosis or liver cancer may require a liver transplant, and the virus universally recurs after transplantation.
An estimated 180 million people worldwide are infected with hepatitis C. Hepatitis C is not known to cause disease in other animals. No vaccine against hepatitis C is currently available. The existence of hepatitis C (originally "non-A non-B hepatitis") was postulated in the 1970s and proven in 1989.

Signs and symptoms

Acute infection

During the first 12 years after infection with HCV, most people suffer no symptoms. For those who do, the main manifestations of acute infection are generally mild and vague, and rarely point to a specific diagnosis of hepatitis C. Symptoms of acute hepatitis C infection include decreased appetite, fatigue, abdominal pain, jaundice, itching, and flu-like symptoms.
The hepatitis C virus is usually detectable in the blood by PCR within one to three weeks after infection, and antibodies to the virus are generally detectable within three to 15 weeks. Spontaneous viral clearance rates are highly variable; between 10 and 60% of persons infected with HCV clear the virus from their bodies during the acute phase, as shown by normalization of the liver enzymes alanine transaminase (ALT) and aspartate transaminase (AST), and plasma HCV-RNA clearance (this is known as spontaneous viral clearance). However, persistent infections are common and most patients develop chronic hepatitis C, i.e., infection lasting more than 6 months.
Previous practice was to not treat acute infections to see if the person would spontaneously clear; recent studies have shown that treatment during the acute phase of genotype 1 infections has a greater than 90% success rate, with half the treatment time required for chronic infections.

Chronic infection

Chronic hepatitis C is defined as infection with the hepatitis C virus persisting for more than six months. Clinically, it is often asymptomatic, and it is mostly discovered accidentally (e.g., usual checkup).

The natural course of chronic hepatitis C varies considerably from one person to another. Although almost all people infected with HCV have evidence of inflammation on liver biopsy, the rate of progression of liver scarring (fibrosis) shows significant variability among individuals. Accurate estimates of the risk over time are difficult to establish because of the limited time that tests for this virus have been available.
Recent data suggest that among untreated patients, roughly one-third progress to liver cirrhosis in less than 20 years. Another third progress to cirrhosis within 30 years. The remainder of patients appear to progress so slowly that they are unlikely to develop cirrhosis within their lifetimes. In contrast, the NIH consensus guidelines state the risk of progression to cirrhosis over a 20-year period is 3-20 percent.
Factors that have been reported to influence the rate of HCV disease progression include age (increasing age associated with more rapid progression), gender (males have more rapid disease progression than females), alcohol consumption (associated with an increased rate of disease progression), HIV coinfection (associated with a markedly increased rate of disease progression), and fatty liver (the presence of fat in liver cells has been associated with an increased rate of disease progression).
Symptoms specifically suggestive of liver disease are typically absent until substantial scarring of the liver has occurred. However, hepatitis C is a systemic disease and patients may experience a wide spectrum of clinical manifestations ranging from an absence of symptoms to a more symptomatic illness prior to the development of advanced liver disease. Generalized signs and symptoms associated with chronic hepatitis C include fatigue, flu-like symptoms, joint pains, itching, sleep disturbances, appetite changes, nausea, and depression.
Once chronic hepatitis C has progressed to cirrhosis, signs and symptoms may appear that are generally caused by either decreased liver function or increased pressure in the liver circulation, a condition known as portal hypertension. Possible signs and symptoms of liver cirrhosis include ascites (accumulation of fluid in the abdomen), bruising and bleeding tendency, varices (enlarged veins, especially in the stomach and esophagus), jaundice, and a syndrome of cognitive impairment known as hepatic encephalopathy. Hepatic encephalopathy is due to the accumulation of ammonia and other substances normally cleared by a healthy liver.
Liver enzyme tests show variable elevation of ALT and AST. Periodically, they might show normal results. Usually prothrombin and albuminresults are normal, but may become abnormal, once cirrhosis has developed. The levels of elevation of liver tests do not correlate well with the amount of liver injury on biopsy. Viral genotype and viral load also do not correlate with the amount of liver injury. Liver biopsy is the best test to determine the amount of scarring and inflammation. Radiographic studies, such as ultrasound or CT scan, do not always show liver injury until it is fairly advanced. However, noninvasive tests (blood sample) are coming, with FibroTest and ActiTest, respectively estimating liver fibrosis and necrotic inflammation. These tests are validated and recommended in Europe (FDA procedures initiated in USA).

Extrahepatic manifestations

Chronic hepatitis C can be associated with signs and symptoms in organs besides the liver, such as porphyria cutanea tarda, cryoglobulinemia(a form of small-vessel vasculitis) and glomerulonephritis (inflammation of the kidney), specifically membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis(MPGN). Hepatitis C is also rarely associated with sicca syndrome (an autoimmune disorder), thrombocytopenia, lichen planus, diabetes mellitus and with B-cell lymphoproliferative disorders.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Pirmahal Shoes store

Clothing, Shoes & Accessories > Girls > Shoes > Other  (Pirmahal Ladies Shoes) 

if you agree by It so Plz contact us at
feedback.pml@gmail.com
Cell#;0092-331-8668172
you can Order Online By Email to me
for Online Purchasers Methode
Minimum Order 2 Pairs and
whole Salers
Minimum Order Quentity:100 Pairs
Paiments Transfer in this Account
Account Title:Shahazad Akhter
Account No:01747900095801
Bank Name:Habib Bank Paiskan
Branch Name:Rajana Road Pirmahal. 




Shipping and handling / Return policy / Payment details
Ship and Payment Methods
Minimum Local Cusmtomer of globle
Mini order,2 Pairs
and wholesaler Mini Order 100 Pairs.
Ship To Mr.Shahzad Akhter (eagleshoes.cc.cc).and Paid your Paiments Online or
Bank Draft To Shahzad Akhter.
if you send me order so paid $50 In Account with Order Sheet as Security Deposit Fee.When I Recived your Order by email or online so we inform to you in one week.by Email with Terms and Conditions Agreement.and Ship Method Form will sent to you.if you Datio your Order so inform us in one week otherwise we Terminate your Order and Expropriate your Security Deposit Fee.if Customer Terminate so Customer Responsible itself. we should changes your order short or large on your demands.

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United Kingdom
Pakistan Foundation Glasgow
Address:      311 Calder Street, Glasgow, G42 7NQ
Telephone: 00 44 (0)141 585 8024 
Pakistan Foundation Manchester
Address:       88 Dickenson Rd, Manchester. M14 5HJ, UK.
Telephone:   00 44 (0)161 257 0666  
Pakistan
Foundation Hosptal Rajana
Address:       Toba Tek Singh Road, Nr Rajana Chowk, Rajana
Telephone:   00 92 (0)4622 63130  
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Address:       Grand Trunk Road, Nr Lakar Mandi, Chichawatni
Telephone:   00 92 (0)4054 81824
Pakistan Foundation Lahore
Address:       L3 Rm14, Alfallah Building, Mall Road, Lahore
Telephone: 00 92 (0)4262 85176 /7 /8
Pakistan Foundation School
Address: Al-Noor Complex, Kamalia Rd, Kamalia Rd, Pir Mahal
Telephone: 00 92 (0)4633 00000

Monday, October 3, 2011

Weather of Pirmahal, Pakistan

http://www.hamariweb.com/pakistan-weather/pir-mahal_weather-updates.aspx



 Pir Mahal WeatherChange Location
25°C
CLEAR
Feels like: 29°
High 31°  Low 17°
Visibility16 kmWindkm/h
Dew Point21 °CHumidity79%
Sunrise06:05Sunset17:53
Moonrise12:19Moonset22:49
Pir Mahal Weather Forecast
2:00 AM
23°C
3:00 AM
23°C
4:00 AM
23°C
5 Day Forecast
Tuesday
Bright sunshine
Hi 36° | Lo 20°
Wednesday
Abundant sunshine
Hi 35° | Lo 21°
Thursday
Sunshine
Hi 34° | Lo 21°
Friday
Thunderstorms
Hi 32° | Lo 20°
Saturday
Thunderstorms
Hi 28° | Lo 18°

Friday, September 30, 2011

Orange Juice May Help Reduce The Effects Of Other Unhealthy Foods


In a study recently published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, University of Buffalo endocrinologists found that drinking orange juice, or eating any food high in flavonoids, along with a high-fat, high-carbohydrate meal, may help neutralize the inflammatory stress the unhealthy food generates.

Flavonoids are compounds found in fruits, vegetables, and certain beverages (like tea, coffee, wine, and fruit drinks) that have many positive effects on health. For one, they are antioxidants that can help protect cells against the damaging effects of “free radicals,” which are produced from oxygen in the body. Some are normal, but when they build up in excess of the amount of antioxidants that help clear them out, they can lead to cellular damage. This in turn can lead to diseases such as cancer, premature aging, atherosclerosis, inflammation, and neurodegenerative diseases.
The study involved only three groups of 10 normal-weight healthy men and women (smaller studies should be carefully critiqued before applying the knowledge to the greater population). All three groups ate a typical fast-food, 900-calorie breakfast of one egg muffin sandwich, one sausage muffin sandwich and a serving of hashbrowns. One of the groups was given orange juice, the second given an equal caloric amount of glucose drink, and the third given just water to drink.
Researchers collected blood samples to measure inflammatory mediators. Both of the groups drinking glucose and water had an average of 62-63% increase in oxygen free radicals, while the group drinking orange juice only showed a 47% increase. The orange juice also was shown to increase SOCS-3, an important mediator of insulin resistance which contributes to the development of type 2 diabetes.
Orange juice contains a compound called naringenin, one of the most abundant citrus bioflavonoids. One glass contains about 30 milligrams of naringenin, which may particularly help inhibit the growth of cancer cells. In a 2009 study published in the journal Diabetes, naringenin in grapefruit juice was also found to prevent obesity and block insulin resistance in mice.
Another flavonoid in orange juice is called hesperidin. It is also found in lemons and lemon juice. The peel and the membranous parts contain the highest concentration, so orange juice that contains pulp is richer in these flavonoids.
The “moral” of the story: High fat, high carb, high calorie diets can lead to inflammation which can ultimately result in a greater risk of atherosclerosis, cancer, diabetes, etc. Balancing those foods with healthier foods, such as citrus fruits and 100% fruit juices, may help reduce the amount of inflammation, but it will not completely eliminate it.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Telephone Exchange Pirmahal



It is the biggest Telephone Exchange of this area.

Old Hostel Near Pirmahal



It is very very old hostel since 1926 near Pirmahal.

Old Village House Near Girls High School, Pirmahal




Old Village House near Girls High School

Bus Stop (Lari Adda) Pirmahal


Bus Stop Pirmahal, Punjab, Pakistan

Girls Degree College Pirmahal





Girls Degree College Pirmahal, Punjab, Pakistan.

Eid-ul-Fitter 2011 in Iqbal Park, Pirmahal, Punjab, Pakistan











Eid-ul-Fitter 2011 in Pirmahal, Pakistan

Ravi River Near Pirmahal



Eid Gha in Iqbal Park PirMahal



Pakistani Hockey's players from Pirmahal





This players belong to Pirmahal City.

Music Programs in Pirmahal







Humera Arshad In Pirmahal Music Programe.

Death's photo of Famous Teacher


Please always pray for this teacher.