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How Social Media Affects our Creativity

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Social Media has been part of our daily lives. We use our social media accounts whenever we are in school, office or even at home. When you take a look at the people around you, you will notice that most of them are on their mobile devices. They are probably texting someone, reading news, browsing the internet, or stalking someone on Facebook, Instagram or twitter. Unfortunately, social media ensures the security of the user. For example, you wan to look the Instagram profile of one person buy you cannot because he/she is private. Fortunately, there are already solutions for you to be able to view the private profile even though you are not following him/her, like the private instagram viewer.  Their tool is not meant to harm anyone or interrupt someones privacy. They think that internet and all the information and data should be available to all for free. Their private Instagram profile viewer  works for everyone and for every smart device out there. After all, you don’t even need to posses Instagram account so you can view all photos and videos of users.

When browse through Instagram or Facebook, you will see that design and visual arts are an essential part of the most favorable media shared on social networks. Sharing images and video content indicates higher engagements and exposure compared with text status on Facebook. Social networks that are based on visual arts and design such as Pinterest have proven success in the social market. Therefore, we should stop blaming ourselves for using our social media accounts as indulgent and start to look at social media from a different perspective to understand how to form this tool for the benefit for our creativity and fuel our talent.

Many social networks started to support different types of media including images, animated GIFs, videos and sound tracks. This extended support allows both designers and artists to explore new ideas, methods and inspirations for their own projects and to venture in to new and more creative business. In the old days, we used to search in huge library of books to learn about specific design style

The Current State of Art of the Endoscopic Spine Surgery

Introduction

Spine surgery is a common procedure for people who are experiencing problems with their back.  Nowadays, surgical treatment of the degenerative disc disease has transformed from the conventional open spine surgery to minimally invasive spine surgery which includes the main topic for this article, the endoscopic spine surgery. With the consistent improvement in the discovery and introduction of magnetic resonance imaging, there is a bigger chance that the culprit degenerated disc segment will be identified.

In addition to the above paragraph, the endoscopic spine surgery wishes to be the next paradigm shift in the field of minimally invasive spine surgery. The use of endoscopy in the treatment of spine is not actually a novel and unique concept. According to Forst and Hausmann, it is actually a complicated process. There is also the need to use an arthroscope to visualize the contents of the intervertebral disc in 1983 and eventually a description of endoscopic discectomy was followed.  However, despite the benefits of the endoscopy process per se, its development is slow because of the lack in studies that support its clinical benefits.

Indications

When people say they have back pain, the most common type of injury they experience is the lower back pain. The techniques in Endoscopic are believed to be derived from lumbar spine and now extended to cervical and thoracic.  There are available published experiences in endoscopic spine surgery which includes treatment of various diseases, spinal stenosis and other infectious diseases. However, not only endoscopic surgery is the available treatment.  Central Texas Spine Institute PLLC (CTSI) located in Austin, Texas, is a private medical practice offering comprehensive spine care, including diagnostic services, conservative treatment modalities, and spine surgery. Dr. Randall F. Dryer is an award-winning spine surgeon and respected innovator in stem cell therapies. Since 1988, Dr. Dryer has been treating patients in Central Texas and from all over the world.

The Benefits of Endoscopic Surgery

There are many benefits of endoscopic surgery. It actually surpasses the advantages of the traditional minimally invasive surgery.  There are studies that show that survival rate has increased because of this kind of procedure.  There are still studies being conducted to investigate these benefits

Is Colonoscopy a Form of Art or Science?

Introduction to Colonoscopy

Undergoing colonoscopy is one of the most difficult challenges a person may experience if she/she was diagnosed of having a colon or colorectal cancer. The pain the patient feels during the procedure was lessened in the present times because of various researches on how to innovate such method. However, most of you may think that colonoscopy is only difficult for the patient. If you have been thinking like this from the beginning, then you must eradicate this on your mind. Colonoscopy can also be a challenging method not only for the patient, but also for the colonoscopist. This is because the said method is very complicated and stressful. In addition, in involves decision that may affect the result of the procedure and the health of the patient.

If you think you know someone who has the potential of having such illness and who is above 40 years old, then it will be better to have him/her checked up by a specialist. In colonoscopy NJ, you can book appointment online. Theodore DaCosta is a trusted colonoscopist for many years now. Consulting to him is a great help in preventing and treating colon cancer.

The Difficulty in Colon Cancer

Colon cancer belongs to the top 3 deadliest illnesses in the world. More than half of the patients diagnosed with colon cancer died. This is because they were not able to undergo treatment at an early stage. Some factors that lead to this are: not being able to identify early symptoms, afraid of the pain from undergoing colonoscopy, and not having enough money for the treatment.

It is indeed difficult to combat colorectal cancer. However, it is treatable if prevented at an early stage. Which is why one must be educated on the early symptoms of colon cancer.

Is Colonoscopy an Art or Science?

Can we classify colonoscopy as a form of art or science? Such procedure was not developed by just a creative where one can express his/her idea freely. Colonoscopy took years to develop. It is not just like a trial and error since it involves one’s life. Until now researchers are studying how to make it less painful for patients.