PestXpert Foaming Insect Killer – Product Overview

PestXpert Foaming Insect Killer – Product Overview


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Newborn Indian girl found buried alive in cemetery: report

Newborn Indian girl found buried alive in cemetery: report


A newborn baby girl is fighting for her life days after she was found buried alive in an earthen pot in northern India The emaciated baby remained in critical condition on Tuesday at a hospital in Bareilly, a town in the state of Uttar Pradesh, with sepsis and a low platelet count that left her struggling with a blood infection, pediatrician Ravi Khanna told the BBC  BABY BORN WITH AMNIOTIC SAC INTACT, PHOTOS SHOW “There are chances of her survival, but we would know for sure only after five to seven days,” he told the outlet  The child was discovered Thursday by a man named Hitesh Kumar, who had gone to a cremation site to bury his stillborn daughter, police officer Abhinandan Singh said As he dug the grave, his spade broke open a buried clay pot and he heard a baby’s cry  “At one point I thought that my daughter had come alive. But the voice was actually coming from the pot,” he told Agence France-Presse  SOUTH CAROLINA POLICE OFFICER SAVES CHOKING 4-MONTH-OLD BABY, DRAMATIC BODYCAM VIDEO SHOWS Chief pediatrician Dr Saurabh Anjan told the BBC that the baby was born prematurely, possibly at 30 weeks, and weighed just two pounds Her exact age was not clear, but officials speculated she ranged from a few days to a week old when she was found  Medical experts have differed on how long the baby was buried alive before her rescue Khana suspected she may have been in the ground for as much as four days, surviving on her fat stores, while Anjan estimated she was trapped for only a few hours, the outlet reported  Local politician Rajesh Kumar Mishra has named the girl Sita after a mythological Hindu goddess who was found by King Janak as he plowed a field, the BBC reported He and his wife intend to adopt the abandoned baby. “It’s a miracle that she survived,” he told the BBC “I believe that God has saved her life and sent her to me. Now it’s our duty to do everything for her  “She is oscillating between life and death. Once she recovers, I will take her home and raise her as my daughter ” CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP Singh said police are searching for the baby’s parents He said “strict action” will be taken against those guilty of burying the baby. A possible motive wasn’t immediately clear  Indian families, especially in poor communities, generally prefer boys, as they consider girls to be a financial burden for educating and marrying off, which requires money for a dowry  Abortion of female fetuses and cases of baby girls killed after birth are not uncommon in India, according to the BBC  The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Ant Utama – Daisy [Original] | The WIP Series

Ant Utama – Daisy [Original] | The WIP Series


Daisy, I look in your eyes and think maybe I’m in for a surprise, cause lately Feels like something’s missing I’m crazy, for this lady Baby, you come out of nowhere, it’s hazy Just as fast you disappear, but maybe I’m gonna find you, I’m crazy for this lady Those amber eyes were so deep, there was nowhere to hide You are the prize, and I’ll go for this ride I’ll search for you til the sun goes down, and when that sun rises I’ll be there Crawling the earth until you’re found, I just want, no I need to be near With you Daisy, don’t know how you do it, you amaze me When I lose hope I find you waiting Run into my arms, I’m crazy, for you lady Those amber eyes are so deep, there’s nowhere to hide You are the prize, and I’ll go for this ride I’ll search for you til the sun goes down, and when that sun rises I’ll be there Crawling the earth until you’re found, I just want, no I need to be near I search for you no matter how far, know that I will persevere When I’m in doubt, I will follow my stars I just want, no I need to be near I just want, no I need to be near Cause I know, I need you right here with me

Escaping the porn epidemic

Escaping the porn epidemic


Gabe started with porn at 12. By the time
he was 22, he couldn’t get it up, even for a girl he was really attracted to. That’s called Erectile Dysfunction, or ED,
and it used to be pretty rare. For decades only about 3% of men under 40
had it. But from 2010 on rates skyrocketed – now they are up around 35%. There’s
a reason for that steep increase. Since 2006 it has become very easy to stream
free video porn online and access even hardcore stuff with a few clicks. Effects took a while to show up, but basically the data says more hardcore porn and fewer hard-ons are connected. After all guys haven’t suddenly become nervous
about performing: They can get it up ok for porn, just not with partners. And when they quit porn, their erections come back, but it can take months. No wonder: Brain scans show that compulsive
users react to porn like addicts react to triggers for cocaine use. And in a BBC3 survey of young people 14% of
all female and more than 30% of all male participants believed they were actually addicted to porn. And there’s more: Research showed that watching
a lot of porn made users six times more likely to be aggressive in a sexual relationship. No more boners and issues with your partner
seem like an awfully high price to pay for internet porn that’s supposed to be free.
And that’s a lie anyway: Free porn is a business. It helps to sell pills to “fix” your limp
dick. It wants you to pay for premium content or sex aids. And it sells your personal data
to advertisers so they can target you better. That’s why governments need to step in
and require age verification for online porn, just as with alcohol, cigarettes and gambling.
When you turn 18, you can make your own decisions. And you’ll have a better chance of enjoying
actual real sex with a partner. Until then, skip the porn – save your boner. For help, go to:

NMDOH urges VIP Spa clients get tested after two infected with HIV

NMDOH urges VIP Spa clients get tested after two infected with HIV


SPA USED TO BE, AND NOW IT’S
CLOSED, BUT HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY
IF YOU CAME HERE BETWEEN MAY OR
SEPTEMBER 2018 FOR AN
INJECTION-RELATED PROCEDURE, YOU
SHOULD GET TESTED ASAP — AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. IT’S A SITUATION THAT NO ONE
WANTS TO BE IN.>>THAT COULD AFFECT YOUR WHOLE
LIFE. ONE SIMPLE DECISION AND IT
CHANGES EVERYTHING. SO, IT IS SCARY. MARISSA: ON MONDAY, THE NEW
MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH,
ANNOUNCING THEY ARE
INVESTIGATING TWO CASES OF HIV
INFECTION AMONG CLIENTS WHO GOT
A VAMPIRE FACIAL AT THE VIP SPA IN ALBUQUERQUE.>>THIS IS WRONG. FOR PEOPLE TO TRY TO ALTER THEIR
FACE AND THEN FOR THE CLINIC TO
DO THAT, THAT’S BAD. MARISSA: THE DEPARTMENT OF
HEALTH CLOSED DOWN THE VIP SPA
IN SEPTEMBER 2018 AFTER THEY
IDENTIFIED PRACTICES THAT COULD
POTENTIALLY LEAD TO INFECTIONS,
NOT JUST OF HIV, BUT HEPITITIS B AND C. HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY BOTH
CLIENTS WERE EXPOSED TO THE
VIRUS THROUGH INJECTION-RELATED
PROCEDURES AT THE FACILITY.>>WHY WOULD ANYBODY TRUST SOME
RANDOM SPA PERSON TO DRAW BLOOD
FROM THEIR FACE? IT WAS HORRIFYING. MARISSA: DOCTOR DEAN BAIR, THE
MEDICAL DIRECTOR AT ANOTHER SPA,
SAYS PEOPLE SHOULD ALWAYS MAKE
SURE THEY ARE GOING TO A MEDICAL
FACILITY TO GET A VAMPIRE
FACIAL.>>CHECK THE CERTIFICATION, MAKE
SURE THAT THEY ARE USING PROPER
TECHNIQUE. MARISSA: BAIR SAYS CLIENTS
SHOULD MAKE SURE THE FACILITY
PROPERLY DISPOSES BLOOD AND
CONTAMINATED SUPPLIES.>>I THINK IT’S ABSOLUTELY
PARAMOUNT TO MAKE SURE THAT THAT
IS OCCURING. THIS IS JUST THE WORST EXAMPLE
OF WHAT CAN GO WRONG IF YOU
DON’
MARISS HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY
THAT AT LEAST 100 CLIENTS HAVE
BEEN TESTE AGAIN, IF YOU HAVE COME TO THIS
SPOT FOR A VAMPIRE FACIAL, YOU
SHOULD GO TO ONE OF THOSE FREE
LOCATI

Rainbow Ant Colony (Part 1)

Rainbow Ant Colony (Part 1)


Hi, this is Jordan and in this video I’ll be
showing you my Iridomyrmex bicknelli colony, which is a really common species here in Australia. You can find
them just about anywhere. This colony has around 150 to 200 workers and it’s just over a year old. Similar
to my Pheidole colony, they’ve actually grown
quite a lot last few months. You can see the Queen here sitting on a pile of her eggs. I apologize for the image quality. This
colony is a little difficult to to film because it’s hard
to get light into certain parts of the nest. As you can see
there’s heaps of pupae, larvae and lots of eggs. I expect them to slow down in
development soon because we’re approaching winter here in
Australia so it’s starting to get quite cold. I have decided to start heating my colonies. here you can see I’ve set up a heating mat which sits underneath the nest and I only have a small portion of the nest actually touching the
mat, what this does is create a temperature gradient throughout the
nest. This allows the colony to position themselves in
optimal temperature conditions. Which is really good way to promote their activity and growth.
It’s also interesting to see which areas they
allocate for certain purposes. I usually find the pupae gets
placed in the warmer chambers and the Queen, larvae and eggs into the cooler
chambers. So here’s the outworld I’ve got set up for them. It’s about the same size as the nest and I’m thinking of introducing a larger one soon, just to give the ants more room to explore. This colony consumes
quite a lot of food usually I feed them at least once every
day. For a source of protein I usually feed
them meal worms and crickets and
occasionally bits of chicken and ham. They love to have a variety of different foods to
choose from. I notice if I give them say mealworms for a week straight, they’ll pay less and less attention to them and as
soon as I give them something they haven’t had in a while they’ll just swarm on
that new source of food. For sugary food sources I give them pieces of fruit and honey and
they really love honey and will
consume every last drop that I give before they even touch the fruit. So
that’s all the footage I have for now, thanks for watching and I hope you got something out of this.

Asepsis and Infection Control Unit 5 Nursing Fundamentals F18

Asepsis and Infection Control Unit 5 Nursing Fundamentals F18


Hello and welcome to the unit 5 lecture on asepsis and infection control. Your Competency for this is to provide nursing care with for patients with infection. Your learning objectives are here. Again, Please familiarize yourselves with them in preparation for class and in preparation for the exam. So there’s many agents and organisms that cause infection. Bacteria and viruses are probably the most common. Unfortunately, multi drug-resistant organisms, or superbugs, are becoming more common. These superbugs are particularly concerning because they’re resistant to certain antibiotics. This really limits treatment options for patients. Treatment becomes even more limited if the patient is or develops an allergy to antibiotics that would normally work. Infection requires each one of the six genes to be present. So we break any link in the chain of infection to stop infection. And what’s the most important? Hand-washing! Hand-washing is the most important way we can stop the spread of infection and break that chain. Healthcare associated infections, also known as nosocomial infections, are infections that happen to patients receiving medical care. They can happen as a result of antibiotic use. These are called multi drug-resistant infections and they happen as bacteria mutate and become resistant to antibiotics. They can also happen as a result of devices used in healthcare such as central lines and Foley catheters. Nosocomial infections are a real problem for patients who are probably already compromised and this adds to their healthcare needs. Reimbursement for complications of HAI’s may be denied and this leaves hospitals without revenue. Additionally these increase costs, the length of stay, and patient mortality rates. Hand hygiene is the most important thing you can do to stop the spread of infection. So when should you wash your hands?always? Always, it seems! At the beginning and end of your shift, before and after contact with the patient, between contacts with different patients, before and after contact with wounds, dressings, specimens or bedclothes, before performing any invasive procedure, before administering medications, after contact with any patient secretion or excretion, after body fluid exposure, after contact with the patient’s environment, before and after you use the bathroom, after sneezing coughing or blowing your nose, and especially after removing your gloves. When in doubt wash even if you had gloves on. Gloves don’t eliminate the need for hand hygiene because gloves might have microscopic tears or holes that we can’t see and this actually allows bacteria onto our hands. Hand sanitizer is an acceptable alternative, but not with c-diff. It doesn’t kill the spores. So remember soap and water is a must for c-diff! Also keep your fingernails short and avoid nail polish. Personal protective equipment or PPE is used when we need extra protection based on how the illness or diseases spread. So for example, influenza is spread by droplets so we need a mask when caring for these patients. And that’s to protect us from catching their influenza. Standard or universal precautions are used with every patient. They include basic precautions like hand washing and wearing gloves. The Centers for Disease Control recommends treating every patient as though they’re infectious. There’s no way to tell that a patient might be infected with hepatitis or HIV until they’re in their later stages. So anytime there’s a risk of getting blood or body fluids splash on you, please wear a protective personal equipment and make it appropriate- so like goggles, mask, and a gown if you’re thinking there’s gonna be a splash. And then remove contaminated items as soon as possible and of course wash your hands! Isolation precautions are special precautions used in conjunction with universal precautions for patients with certain communicable diseases like MRSA and TB. Contact precautions include wearing gloves and a gown when entering the patient’s room and this is for diseases like MRSA. Anytime of patients on isolation precautions they should have their own dedicated equipment like a blood pressure cuff or stethoscope that gets left in the room, and this is to minimize the risk of spreading the disease to other patients. Modified contact percussions are the same as contact but the only difference is they require the use of soap and water instead of hand sanitizer, and like I mentioned this is for c-diff. Droplet precautions require the use of gloves and a surgical mask and it’s indicated for diseases like disseminated shingles and influenza. Airborne precautions require a negative pressure room and the use of a special respirator mask as well as a gown and gloves and this is indicated for TB and some others as well. Reverse isolation on the other hand is used in high-risk situations to prevent infection in people whose body defenses are known to be compromised. This is to prevent the patient from us so they don’t get sick. So if we are caring for patients in isolation, we need to realize how this affects the patient and the patient’s feelings about themselves, so patients might feel dirty or like we don’t want to be around them. So we need to be very careful to use therapeutic communication techniques when we interact with patients in isolation. And it’s important to maintain regular contact with isolated patients. They’re really at risk for neglect and failure to rescue type situations. So in one study in 2003 It was found actually that compared with controls patients isolated for infection control precautions experience more preventable adverse events, expressed greater dissatisfaction with their treatment and have less documented care. This supports that idea that they’re at risk for failure to rescue and neglect and You know their emotional well-being might suffer as a result. Why? Why does this happen to them? Well it takes extra time out of an already busy day to put for nurses to put gown and gloves on and so they may be less likely to go in there resulting in the patient getting less care that they need. We need to make sure that we’re making time for our isolated patients because we don’t want to be negligent of their care or their healthcare needs. So what’s our normal resistance? Well the big one is intact skin. This is a first line of defense against infection. Normal skin flora protect us against harmful bacteria. Leukocytes, which are your white blood cells and the inflammatory response is the second line of defense against infection. The inflammatory response is a nonspecific response to tissue injury. So what happens as blood vessels dilate it lets the white blood cells get to the area and attack and ingest the bacteria. So this leads to redness which is your erythema, warmth, edema, pain and functional impairment from edema & pain. At this stage the tissue is inflamed, but it’s not infected. So then what might happen is a collection of dead leukocytes, digested bacteria, dead tissue cells and plasma may result in pus formation. Fever increases cell metabolism and interrupts viral replication and slows down bacterial growth and this increases leukocyte mobility and action. So that is why often times when people have infection especially a systemic infection they get a fever. So sometimes normal resistance from infection doesn’t work and this could be due to a compromised host and this could be anything from a break in the skin and mucous membranes to invasive devices, stasis of body fluids, inadequate nutrition stress and hyperglycemia, or immune system dysfunctions like AIDS or cancer. So stasis of body fluids like when patients are sedated and paralyzed and have a breathing tube in place, can result from decreased coughing and sneezing, because we’re taking these protection mechanisms away and then they don’t clear their respiratory secretions. So this can lead to pneumonia. Malnutrition decreases the body’s ability to make antibodies and white blood cells and this makes it hard to fight infection and increases metabolic needs, and stress causes cortisol release which suppresses immune system response and increases serum glucose. And this is ideal for bacterial growth And that is why good glycemic control is imperative for hospitalized patients. People with diabetes or just the elevated blood sugars from a stress response in general makes wound healing slow and can lead to infection. Immune system dysfunction also can cause problems. So like we said with cancers, leukemia increases the production of leukocytes. But they’re immature and they can’t fight infection. And then AIDS also causes poorer immunity. And finally drug therapies such as chemo or steroids or inappropriate about it Antibiotic use excuse me, also contribute to poor infection resistance. So let’s talk for a little bit here about the infectious process. So acute infection is a short duration like pneumonia, whereas chronic infection can last quite a while and this example would be like c diff infections which can be devastating the patient’s because they linger on for years and some people never get rid of them. Local infection is localized to a single body area and then systemic infection is infection that is spread to other areas or organs in the body. Bacteremia is infection that spreads through the bloodstream. Sirs, this is systemic inflammatory response syndrome. This is a critical thing for nurses to recognize as the signs of sirs because treatment for sirs early before it gets on to sepsis saves lives. Catching infection and treating it at this point has a greater chance of success than waiting for full-blown sepsis, which actually can have up to a 60 percent mortality rate! It’s important to realize that temperature can be high or low and white blood cells can be high or low with sirs. Low temperatures or low white blood cells is actually a bad sign because it means the patient has used up all their defenses and their body has less ability to fight off the infection. Then if it progresses to sepsis, this is a severe systemic inflammatory response to infection. Sepsis can progress to septic shock which is shown by low blood pressure hypotension and organ failure. Mortality rate like I said is up to 60% and this usually results from organ failure related to little micro clots clogging the vascular beds of the organs. So take a few minutes here and pause and just think about some signs and symptoms of infection that you might see in your patients and then list them in your notes. So if we’re going to take this through the nursing process we realize that the first step in the nursing process is always assessment. We’re looking for normal pattern identification. Ask the normal measures taken by the patient to stay well. We want to look at risk identification and ask about exposure to illness from other family members, general health, smoking, alcohol, drug use, sexual practices, recent travel to foreign countries, chronic health conditions, any chemo, radiation immunosuppressant drugs that they might be taking. During the physical assessment perform a general inspection. We want to check vitals. Listen to lung sounds, bowel sounds, palpate lymph nodes. Remember that early recognition of sirs by a physical assessment is key to improving mortality rates. Diagnostics and lab procedures include a CBC. That’s a complete blood count. We want to look at the white blood cells and if it’s increased it’s called leukocytosis. Neutrophils will increase until they can’t be produced quick enough and then we get immature granulocyte releasing which are bands and this is where They get the term shift to the left. Remember that white blood cells can be elevated or decreased with infection. The UA/UC shows bladder infections, blood cultures check for bacteria in the blood and other Diagnostics That might be ordered are x-rays, CT scans, sputum culture, wound culture, fluid, stool or throat cultures as well. So after we assess we cluster or group the data and we form a nursing diagnosis. These are some possible nursing diagnosis for infection. Then we set the outcome and plan our nursing interventions. Here are some potential patient goals, you know for your patient they would need to be modified to your specific patient and then make them smart as well. So then we implement and again, that’s our action phase. And this is implementation of our nursing interventions. These can focus on health promotion like personal hygiene, protection of the skin and mucous membranes, rest and relaxation, nutrition and hydration, or immunization programs. Interventions could also focus on altered functions such as comfort measures, ambulating and positioning. Respiratory interventions, fever management, neutropenic precautions, antimicrobial therapy or prevention of infection spread are some other things we can focus on. And finally, we evaluate the interventions and whether or not the goals were met if they’re not met revise the plan of care. We want to look at the goals and interventions and fix them as we need to. This concludes our lecture on infection. Thank you for watching. And please be sure to watch the other lectures as well before class. Thanks and have a great day

ANGEL OF DEATH: Why I Sent a Creature to Kill My Ants

ANGEL OF DEATH: Why I Sent a Creature to Kill My Ants


I’m left with no choice. I have to kill them, all the survivors within
this terrarium, called the Hacienda Del Dorado, need to be extinguished. If you watched our video last week, we performed
a very critical biological experiment, the results of which could possibly reveal answers
on how to save the Golden Empire, the name of our once powerful and massive supercolony
of yellow crazy ants, who have out of nowhere this year, have been nightmarishly reduced
to crippled numbers by an outbreak of vile, ant blood-sucking mites, which continue to
annihilate their population. So much relied on the results of this experiment
to save the colony, where we tested to see if predatory Hypoaspis mites collected from
one of our rhino beetles, would eat these bad mites on our ants. If they did, this could be the answer to save
our beloved Golden Empire, whom we’ve cared for and watched grow for years. Well, guys, this week, the results of the
experiment have come in, and you won’t believe what I found out, which ultimately lead me
to pursue one last and grim option, in order to save every single ant colony and creature
in the entire Ant Room. I even needed more help from Rhino Beetles,
who were now arriving more and more, preparing to partake in the up coming 2019 Rhino Beetle
Games. If you’re new here, and are confused by all
this, don’t worry. Hang tight because I’ll explain everything. You’re about to witness and partake in the
unfolding of a very intense and epic story. I did everything I could, studied all options,
and so today to save the Antiverse from peril, I had to make the toughest decision in the
history of the Ant Room: to release an Angel of Death in order to kill them all. Please SUBSCRIBE to my channel, and hit the
BELL icon. Welcome to the AC Family! Enjoy! Big and bright neon orange eyes, will help
this fruit fly get all it needs from this, the Bowl of Life, which has become the talk
of the town among the fruit fly community, as the newest hotspot for delicious food,
and today at the Bowl of Life, they’re serving the ultimate fruit fly favourite, giant banana,
prepared soft, rotting, and brown just the way they like it. But not only does this giant banana offer
nourishment for the gregarious fruit flies, but it also functions as a place for romantic
hookups! A male fruit fly is hot in pursuit of this
female, and he’s determined to woo her, and hopefully make her the mother of his maggots. She fluffs her wings in his face, driving
him mad with fruit fly love and passion, and then she stops. His moment has come! He’s moving in… Ok, maybe not. Like a kid trying to hop in to double dutch,
he calculates the right time to make his advance, as she wing wafts pheromones in his face. He’s got to get the timing just right or he’ll
lose her. It’s his time now, his moment to fulfill his
ultimate destiny, and pass on his genetic legacy and… Oh! Wait! She’s gone, thanks to a boisterous gang that
came barging in on their moment. So is the life of a fruit fly in the Bowl
of Life. But beyond just being the coolest new millennial
fruit fly hang out, it’s also an important source of nourishment for some other hungry
individuals in the Antiverse, who are each waiting for their share from the Bowl of Life,
and no, it’s not just any of these rhino beetle Gladiators. Excuse me, fruit flies, I just need to borrow
some of these to feed a couple of new arrivals. So as you may or may not know, these chambers
contain rhino beetles who are about to compete in the 2019 Rhino Beetle Games, an Olympic
competition of sorts we’re having here in the Antiverse, but we aren’t able to start
until all the beetles, particularly the males have arrived. We’re all still waiting for the full fleet
of able-bodied Gladiators to emerge. So, so far we’ve been warming up Apollo, Dionysus,
and Poseidon while waiting for the others, and so many of you have chosen one of these
as your bets to win the Rhino Beetle Games. But for those of you’ve been patiently waiting
for your particular Gladiator to make their debut, I think you may be very pleased to
see who finally emerged above ground this week. And little did these unsuspecting Rhino Beetles
know, that aside from the Games, they were also about to fulfill a very monumental purpose
at preserving life in the entire Antiverse into which they were born. It’s night in the Antiverse, and our male
Gladiators are waiting to be fed. Poseidon, always the last to wake up, Dionysus,
waiting patiently in the corner, and Apollo. But upon watching these three boys over the
next few moments, I noticed something quite peculiar. Have a look! They seemed less interested in feeding on
this night. Something was distracting them. Dionysus, proud with his enormous horn, stood
still, half emerged from the soil, as one of his Hypoaspis mites patrolled his face,
making sure it was clean of all bad parasitic creatures. Not interested in eating tonight, Dionysus? What could you be waiting for? Even more peculiar was Apollo. Check him out! He was moving his abdomen, as if he was breathing
funny, or perhaps maybe trying to stridulate? Or OMG, wafting some pheromones into the air
perhaps? The beetles knew something, and you know what? AC Family, they most certainly did. The arrival of the maidens had finally come,
beautiful and smoothly-curved female rhino beetles, who’d spent their entire lives underground
were finally coming up to the surface on their own, to taste what life is like in the Overworld. But turns out, the ladies hated our lights
and dove right back into the soil. No worries, because like the other three beetles,
they’ll begin to learn that we mean no harm, and they’ll soon become accustomed to the
foreign brightness called light. As for their names, Aphrodite and Hera are
our two newest Rhino Beetle arrivals. The presence of the females clearly were driving
our Gladiators crazy, and funny enough, guys, check this out! It seems the feeling of attraction was mutual! The females had their fill of bananas and
were now totally OK with being in the light. I suspected, they could smell the males just
nearby and were wanting to check them out. Could it be that our dashing Dionysus, was
the apple of Aphrodite’s eye, or rather antennae? Team Dionysus, cheer on your boy! Aphrodite, seemed totally uninterested in
sleeping underground even at this morning hour. Hera, as well, was busy trying to find her
way to the males. This strong drive for the females to seek
males, who in the wild, would be sparring for the right to mate with them, helps these
females survive, because its the males who seek out and defend the best feeding grounds,
and its these champion males who will breed with them and ensure the best genes get passed
on to the next generation. That is essentially the premise of our upcoming
Rhino Beetle Games. The winner, wins unlimited food, protection
in our Antiverse, and gorgeous females to mate with. Now I know what you may be thinking: AntsCanada,
can we get to the results of our critical experiment already? We’ve waited all week, and what’s this crazy
talk of an Angel of Death? Alright AC Family, promise, that’s coming
up in just a bit, but first, there’s something else I need to show you. Aphrodite and Hera were not the only rhino
beetle arrivals this week. So many of you have waited for this one to
arrive, Team Ares, sound off in the comments for your Gladiator, who’s finally come to
join us. The lights as normal were bothering him, since
he was fresh-out-the-mulch, but check out that solid build and beautiful elytra, and
long solid horn. Ares was ready to take all! And a whole lot of you had also chosen this
Gladiator as your champion for the games, Team Zeus, sound off in the comments to cheer
the arrival of your Gladiator! He was extra quick at diving below ground
as soon as I entered the Ant Room. Exceptional digging skills! We’ll be seeing more of him later. As for the others, Team Hephaestus, it seems
your Gladiator still needs more time to solidify and charge. I expect he’ll be arriving very shortly, so
hang tight just a little bit more. Team Hades, all of you rooting for the underdog,
and youngest of the batch, I have some exciting news for you! Look who’s finally emerged from his pupa! Hades is out, a full adult male rhino beetle,
but like the other rhino beetles, he’ll need a couple weeks still to harden, get his blood
flowing properly, and appetite building. One last female, Athena is still on her way,
as well. But once Hephaestus and Hades finally arrive,
we’ll be able to begin the Rhino Beetle Games, which we’ve all anxiously been waiting for. Alright now that that update is out of the
way, the moment we’ve all been waiting for. The results of our experiment where we tested
to see if a pair of predatory Hypoaspis mites, collected from Apollo last week, could eradicate
the lethal, blood-sucking parasitic mites from our Golden Empire. Here we go, AC Family. So I made sure to check up on the ants every
day. At first, there was no change. All the ants with mites still had mites. But on the third day, something crazy had
happened within our test tubes. Here are both our test tubes, into which we
placed two mite-infected ants and one healthy ant into each. One of the test tubes contained a pair of
Hypoaspis mites. We hoped this Hypoaspis test tube would reveal
a disappearance of the parasitic mites, because if so, it meant we could use the Hypoaspis
mite as an effective biological weapon to save our Golden Empire from dying out at the
claws of the parasitic mites. So, are you guys ready to find out what happened? OK, I picked up and checked the control test
tube, first. This test tube contained just the two mite-infected
ants and one healthy ant. No Hypoaspis mites. Now check out what I saw, guys! To my surprise it contained one mite-infected
ant, OK, one mite-free ant, alright, and a dead ant. Hmmm… Upon closer inspection, this dead ant still
had a mite attached to it. Alright, it likely died from the mite. And now for the moment of truth. It was time to check our test test tube, and
see if the Hypoaspis mites had done what we’d hoped. My heart was racing checking up on the results. A dead ant, mite-free. I suppose the healthy, mite-free ant must
have died naturally? I checked the others. OMG, are you guys seeing what I’m seeing? Two mite-free ants! WOW! AC family, can you believe it? Our experiment worked. It seems the Hypoaspis mites had eaten the
parasitic mites on our ants! This was just incredible! I believe I shouted out for joy the moment
I saw this. There was actually hope for the Golden Empire. It was now time to move on to the next phase. It was time for Project Quarantine. Initially, given the results of the experiment
were favourable and the Hypoaspis mites ended up eating the bad parasitic mites, my plans
were to introduce as many Hypoaspis mites I could safely harvest from our beetles and
place them into the Hacienda Del Dorado. But after careful thought, I realized this
wasn’t the best course of action because the Hacienda Del Dorado was so big, and even if
I could collect say 10-20 Hypoaspis mites, how could I be sure they would eventually
make their way to the infected ant populations, who were away in hiding in who knows where
in these vast lands. For the experiment, the Hypoaspis mites were
forced to feed on the parasitic mites because they were in an enclosed space and simply
had no choice, but to eat the parasitic mites. But what was to stop the Hypoaspis mites from
feeding on the plethora of soil creatures that we saw, existed in excess within the
Hacienda Del Dorado? It would be a literal buffet for the Hypoaspis
mites, and meanwhile, time was not on our side, as our Golden Empire was dying at an
alarming rate. So, I came up with an even better idea. First, I filled up a dish with baby powder. You’re about to see how ant keepers make an
ant barrier. Next, I added some rubbing alcohol, and mixed
it all up using some cotton balls. Once the mixture reached a runny glue-like
substance, I then proceeded to cover this plastic lip with the barrier. The lip belongs to this AC Outworld, which
by the way, for those curious about our specially designed ant keeping products at AntsCanada.com
also comes with a full cover once ants are in, which we’ll be needing soon. Next, now back when I was tearing apart and
rearranging the Hacienda Del Dorado last week, I did notice that a lot of ants were entering
and exiting this area around one of the bromeliads. Well, upon further inspection, turns out there
were actually a tonne of ants inside. It was definitely one of their hideouts! You’ll be shocked at just how many were inside
in a second. Next, I needed some virgin soils, soils that
didn’t contain springtails, nor worms, nor isoppods. It needed to be as critter-free as possible,
so that any Hypoaspis mites would not be able to deviate from their parasitic mite diet
we’re hoping they’ll take on once introduced. This here is a bed of orchid compost, free
of little critters. Placing in a funnel, and check out all the
ants I managed to shake out of the bromeliad bag. Woahhh! Isn’t that insane?! Tonnes of brood and lots and lots of ants. It seems that bromeliad was where most of
them were living. A few ants escaped as they crawled up my hand
and all over the paper funnel, but I managed to get most of them in, and did my best to
brush them all inside, all while keeping as much dirt as possibly I could, from falling
into the setup, lest I introduce any micro soil creatures into this setup. I replaced the bromeliad. And now we had an AC Outworld full of our
surviving Golden Empire, some infected with mites, but from the looks of things, it seemed
many of them were still healthy. Now I wasn’t sure if I had managed to capture
a queen in this Golden Empire collection, but last week, a lot of you guys brought up
the idea of capturing the queen that appeared in last week’s video. She was mite-free, and could possibly help
found a new mite-free colony of her own. I was so happy with you who posted this suggestion,
because it seems great minds think alike! I did collect this Golden Empire queen, to
place in isolation, just for insurance. I captured her, along with a few workers. The only problem was some of these workers
were infected with mites! Look at this one. The poor girl had three mites feasting on
her blood! So I had to change her entourage, to make
sure she would be tended to by non-infected workers, and coincidentally, it just so happened
that I already had the perfect test tube and VIP entourage ready and waiting for her. When I placed the queen into our test test
tube from our experiment, she was greeted by our clean workers who were thrilled to
see their queen again, after being separated from the colony for three whole days while
under our experimentation, and look, one of the Hypoaspis mites even came to check out
our queen’s leg, just to make sure she was clean! I bet it could pick up ambient parasitic mite
scent from her body. Very cool! So I plan for this queen to remain in confinement
with her fully capable entourage, in the safety of this test tube, for the time being, just
in case, something goes wrong with her main colony which we’re trying to cleanse. Next, it was time for the Rhino Beetles to
contribute to the Golden Empire’s salvation. I created a test tube setup full of honey-water. I then went in to every chamber and took the
time to collect one Hypoaspis mite from each of our rhino beetle arrivals, except for Apollo
who donated two of his last week. It was nice to be able to get a close look
at all the rhino beetles this time. Have a look at Zeus’ colour! Wow! I took each mite and placed them carefully
into the honey-water test tube setup. I then attached this test tube, using an AC
Test Tube adapter into the AC Outworld to introduce the Hypoaspis mites to our Golden
Empire quarantine. As the ants came rushing in to visit the test
tube to drink and feed from the honey-water, the Hypoaspis mites could now inspect every
member passing by, and hopefully, feed on any parasitic mites on ants taking a drink. The Hypoaspis mites will be able to have free
roam within the AC Outworld to inspect each member of the colony and hopefully multiply. The Hypoaspis mites were the Golden Empire’s
last hope for survival. This population of ants was already big enough
to have a good restart, once they were clean. But now that Phase 2: Project Quarantine was
complete, AC Family, it’s now time to show you what I had planned for Phase 3, and I
think you guys may not find it pretty. Behold, the new Hacienda Del Dorado, still
beautiful as ever, changed but still beautiful. It’s quiet. The majority of the Golden Empire has been
removed and placed in quarantine, but there are still some survivors seen struggling to
move about. This worker is completely weakened from its
mite drinking all its blood. This ant, with a mite stuck firmly onto its
leg, struggles to scale this vertical dirt surface. It was hard to watch. I wondered what I was going to do with these
remaining ants. I considered adding these infected ants into
the quarantine, because in my books, every ant counts, but upon further thought, I felt
this might not be the best idea to save the Golden Empire. I still wasn’t sure if the Hypoaspis mites
would do their job effectively on time, and adding more parasitic mites into a colony
that already seemed hopeful, could spell the Golden Empire’s doom. I resolved at first to just let these surviving
ants die out, until there would be no ants left for the parasitic mites to feed on. But then, I realized, oh no! This was not a good idea. What if these parasitic mites, once finished
with their host ant, i.e. the ant dies, move on to find more ants. If there was already a parasitic mite population
in the Hacienda Del Dorado, what stops the mites then from picking up, crawling out of
the Hacienda Del Dorado and into the enclosures of my other ant colonies neighbouring these
lands. I also don’t actually know that these mites
only infect ants. What if they are also able to parasitize our
tarantula and feeder roaches? Suddenly, it was no longer just a matter of
life and death for the Golden Empire, but now it was a widespread biological hazard,
regarding every ant colony and creature in the Ant Room! When the implications came to me, I panicked. And that, AC Family, is how I came to a decision
that was hard for me to make. I’m left with no choice. I have to kill them. All the survivors within this terrarium, called
the Hacienda Del Dorado, need to be extinguished! AC Family, it was time for Phase 3: Project
Cloverfield. The release of an Angel of Death, to completely
kill all surviving ants within the Hacienda Del Dorado, before the mites decide to spread
to our other ant kingdoms. Excuse me, fruit fly milennials. I’ll be needing some of this, to prepare for
the arrival of our new Angel of Death, which lays inside here. Man, I hate to do this to you guys, but this
chain of events gets more and more intense as it unfolds! Are you guys as freaked out as I am? Things are getting crazier and crazier, but
I’ll be sure to let you know the progress of our recovering Golden Empire in quarantine,
and reveal all details of Phase 3: Project Cloverfield in next week’s episode. Can you guess what our Angel of Death creature
is, that we’re about to send in? Guys, be sure to smash that subscribe button
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playlist here, which traces the origins of all the ant colonies of the ant room, so you
can follow their stories and better appreciate how these ant kingdoms came to be, and why
we love them so much! AC Inner Colony, I have left a hidden cookie
for you here, if you would like clues as to what creature the Angel of Death we’re unleashing
into the Hacienda Del Dorado is. And now it’s time for the AC Question of the
Week! Last week we asked: Why did I choose Apollo to
participate in our experiment? Congratulations to Matthew Brian Filisilda
who correctly answered: Apollo was chosen since his name is from
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TONES AND I – DANCE MONKEY (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

TONES AND I – DANCE MONKEY (OFFICIAL VIDEO)


anl They say: “Oh my God, I see the way you shine” Take your hand, my dear, and place them both in mine You know you stopped me dead when I was passing by And now I beg to see you dance just one more time Ooh I see you, see you, see you every time And Oh my I, I like your style You, you make me, make me, make me wanna cry And now I beg to see you dance just one more time So I say Dance for me, dance for me, dance for me Oh oh oh I’ve never seen anybody do the things you do before They say Move for me, move for me, move for me Ay ay ay And when you’re done, I’ll make you do it all again I said: “oh my God, I see you walking by” Take my hands, my dear, and look me in my eyes Just like a monkey I’ve been dancing my whole life And you just beg to see me dance just one more time Ooh I see you, see you, see you every time And oh my I, I like your style You You make me, make me, make me wanna cry And now I beg to see you dance just one more time So I say Dance for me, dance for me, dance for me oh oh oh I’ve never seen anybody do the things you do before They say Move for me, move for me, move for me Ay ay ay And when you’re done, I’ll make you do it all again They say Dance for me, dance for me, dance for me oh oh oh, oh-oh, oh-oh I’ve never seen anybody do the things you do before They say Move for me, move for me, move for me ay ay ay And when you’re done I’ll make you do it all again They say Dance for me, dance for me, dance for me oh oh oh I’ve never seen anybody do the things you do before They say Move for me, move for me, move for me ay ay ay And when you’re done I’ll make you do it all again They say Dance for me, dance for me, dance for me oh oh oh, oh-oh, oh-oh I’ve never seen anybody do the things you do before They say Move for me, move for me, move for me Ay ay ay And when you’re done, I’ll make you do it all again All again

Natural Home Remedies for Vaginal Yeast Infection

Natural Home Remedies for Vaginal Yeast Infection


Natural home remedies for vaginal yeast
infection most women with vaginal yeast infection
would rather consider using natural remedies found at home rather than
spending money going to doctors and buying their prescriptions after all these are less expensive these can also be privately carried out
at home and b-sides home remedies have been used
for a very long time already these were also proven to be effective
in the cure of these infections yeast infections are actually brought
about by Canada a form of bacterium this bacterium is known to cause yeast
found in the vaginal cavity to grow which may cause foul odor vaginal
discharge and uncomfortable itching in the long run women who experience
he’s infection are also prone to chronic infections for those women who are suffering yeast
infection then here are some home remedies that they can use on top of the list of natural home
remedies for vaginal yeast infection is the yogurt women are not to eat yogurt though they need to apply the yogurt directly
on the infected area the reason behind why you get is a great
choice for such kind of infection is the fact that yogurt is known to have
Lactobacillus acidophilus in this ingredient is commonly found in
healthy vagina anus one can freeze the yogurt first and
later on inserted inside the vagina like how tampons are inserted into it moreover one can also use a syringe
without needle and scored 87 vagina who earn one can also use attempt on
with yoga and insert inside another effective home remedy for
treating vaginal yeast infection is by using tea tree oil as we all know tea tree oil is
considered as a cure for only be confined it is a great way to relieve and it also
the quickest to heal such kind of infection the tea tree oil can be mixed with sweet
almond oil for better results however women who are pregnant and with
yeast infection must first get the advice of a doctor before using it is
tea tree oil may have an effect on the unborn child if applied to the vagina on the last list of the best natural
home remedies for vaginal yeast infection is the use of garlic gone that has been used not just for
such kind of infection this is also perfect as an antifungal
remedy you can do this by taking cloves of
garlic put in an attempt on and inserted into the vagina let it stay there for a few hours these are just some of the most
effective home remedies that we can use for vaginal yeast infection however just like every medication it
might affect people differently one from the other if these remedies are not yet able to
help you with the infection then it is best advised for you seek service of a
doctor for professional medical advice and it must be done as soon as possible