The Rape system……

The Global Rape Epidemic. We hope that this global report will open up a @nujilaghari conversation to bring addressing sexual violence into the very centre of our collective thinking and action and to promote the right of women and girls everywhere to equality and to be free from violence.

We want justice!

The World’s Shame: The Global Rape Epidemic Around the world, rape and sexual abuse are everyday violent occurrences — affecting close to a billion women and girls over their lifetimes. However, despite the pervasiveness of these crimes, laws are insufficient, inconsistent, not systematically enforced and, sometimes, promote violence. Since Equality Now’s founding in 1992, we have worked with survivors of rape and sexual assault to help them get justice and to push for measures to bring an end to this unacceptable crime. The report looks at how laws around the world are still failing to protect women and girls from sexual violence.

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Healthy body

 SKIN CARE CONCERNS

Your Skin Care Routine for Every Day, Week and Month

When it comes to a gorgeous, glowing complexion, there are quite a few steps you should include in your skin care routine. Not all of them need to be done on a daily basis or even at the same time every day. Achieving some of your skin care goals like an even tone, refined texture and a radiant complexion can be done through a combination of steps taken daily, weekly and monthly. Here, we’re sharing the best way to break down your skin care routine so that your skin looks and feels its best.

ASSESS YOUR SKIN

It’s important to understand your skin’s needs before establishing an effective skin care routine. To help you do this, try the new L’Oréal Paris Skin Genius tool. All you’ll need to do is upload a makeup-free selfie and the tool will evaluate your skin based on five key attributes: firmness, radiance, pore quality, even tone and fine lines and wrinkles. After assessing your skin, the Skin Genius tool will give you tailored skin care recommendations to incorporate into your routine. It’s a simple skin assessment right from the comfort of your home!

YOUR DAILY SKIN CARE ROUTINE 

After assessing your skin, it’s time to build your skin care routine. There are some things that should never change, and that includes certain daily essential skin care routine steps. These are mainstays for a good reason.

DAILY SKIN CARE TIP #1: WASH YOUR FACE

Clean skin lends to healthy skin. So, reach for a facial cleanser as part of your morning skin care routine and before you go to sleep to help wash away any excess dirt and oil that may have built up on the surface of your skin throughout the day (or while you slept). The L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Derm Intensives 3.5% Glycolic Acid Cleanser is a great option because it’s a gentle exfoliating cleanser that leaves the skin clean, bright and prepped for the next step.

If you have mature skin, consider using a creamy facial cleanser, like the L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect Nourishing Cream Cleanser, instead. As you age, your skin loses moisture, nutrients, and natural oils—which can result in drier skin. This facial cleanser helps replenish oils and gently removes traces of makeup. 

DAILY SKIN CARE TIP #2: APPLY SERUM

Serums are concentrated formulas that target specific skin concerns. You can use one in the morning and one at night, or apply the same formula twice a day depending on the formula. In order to ensure that your serum works it’s best, apply it after cleansing and before your moisturizer. 

For fine lines and wrinkles, try the L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Derm Intensives Night Serum, 0.3% Pure Retinol, which is formulated with pure retinol to help visibly reduce wrinkles over time. We recommend applying retinol products at night because retinol can make the skin sensitive to the sun. 

Have dull skin? The L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Derm Intensives 10% Pure Vitamin C Serum is for you. The derm-validated, lightweight, antioxidant serum restores radiance, reduces hyperpigmentation, and improves skin clarity. After just one week of use, skin has a youthful radiance, while after two weeks, fine lines are visibly reduced.

For extra hydration, try the L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Derm Intensives 1.5% Pure Hyaluronic Acid Serum which works to hydrate and plump the skin while also addressing fine lines and wrinkles. 

DAILY SKIN CARE TIP #3: MOISTURIZE

Using moisturizer two times a day is vital—even if you have oily skin. Be sure to choose a moisturizer that’s appropriate for your skin type. If you have oily skin, consider opting for a water based moisturizer like the L’Oréal Paris Hydra Genius Daily Liquid Skin Care – Normal/Oily Skin which is lightweight yet still hydrating. If you have dry skin, try the L’Oréal Paris Collagen Filler Collagen Moisture Filler Day/Night Cream which is formulated with collagen to deeply hydrate and plump your skin. 

DAILY SKIN CARE TIP #4: PAT ON AN EYE CREAM

The eye area is not only delicate, but it can also be the area where signs of aging like crow’s feet and dark circles first appear. To ensure your eye area is best taken care of, use a hydrating eye cream like L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Triple Power Eye Treatment, which not only moisturizes, but also helps to reduce the appearance of dark circles and under-eye bags with continued use over time.

DAILY SKIN CARE TIP #5: APPLY BROAD-SPECTRUM SUNSCREEN IN THE MORNING

You’ve probably heard this before, but it’s worth repeating: Sun protection isn’t just a good skin care routine step, it’s a must. In the morning, apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or more—after moisturizer but before applying makeup. If you want to knock out two steps in one, you can use the L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Triple Power Day Lotion SPF 30 as your morning moisturizer and SPF. 

DAILY SKIN CARE TIP #6: REMOVE YOUR MAKEUP/CLEANSE AT NIGHT

When you sleep in a full face of makeup, it can mix with the dirt and oil on your skin, leading to clogged pores (and clogged pores can lead to breakouts and blackheads). Start by removing your makeup with the L’Oréal Paris Micellar Water Complete Cleanser Waterproof – All Skin Types. Micellar water is powered by tiny micelle molecules that cluster together to surround and lift away impurities from the skin’s surface. This particular micellar water removes all makeup—including waterproof—and leaves skin with a hydrated feel. Once you’ve removed your makeup, ensure your skin is as clean as possible by cleansing with your face wash. 

DAILY SKIN CARE TIP #7: USE A NIGHT CREAM

Night time is when you can use skin care products without having to worry about what they look like on your skin or how they sit under makeup. We recommend using a night cream before bed because night creams are typically ultra-moisturizing and a bit thicker than daytime moisturizers. Try the L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Triple Power Anti-Aging Overnight Mask which is a rich night cream formulated with hyaluronic acid, Pro-Retinol and vitamin C to deeply nourish and brighten the skin while reducing the appearance of wrinkles. 

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HEALTHY LIFE

💓 feeling

You know what I am going to say. I love you.what other men may mean when they use that Experison, I cannot tell you; what I mean is, that I am under the influence of some tremendous attraction which I have resisted in vain, and which is overmasters me. You could draw me to fire, you could draw me to water, you could draw me to gallows, you could draw me to any death,you could draw me to any thing I have most avoided, you could draw me to any exposure and disgrace. This is the confusion of my thoughts, so that I am fit for nothing, is what I mean by your being the ruin of me. But if you would retrun for a favourable answer to my offer of myself in marriage, you could draw me to any good – every good – with equal force.

New abadi colony near Cherat public school Gharo
Gharo, Sindh 73210
Pakistan

Life style

 Top 10 issues of health care

Physical Activity and Nutrition

Overweight and Obesity

Tobacco

Substance Abuse

HIV/AIDS

Mental Health

Injury and Violence

Environmental Quality

Immunization

Access to Health Care

Physical Activity and Nutrition

Research indicates that staying physically active can help prevent or delay certain diseases, including some cancers, heart disease and diabetes, and also relieve depression and improve mood. Inactivity often accompanies advancing age, but it doesn’t have to. Check with your local churches or synagogues, senior centers, and shopping malls for exercise and walking programs. Like exercise, your eating habits are often not good if you live and eat alone. It’s important for successful aging to eat foods rich in nutrients and avoid the empty calories in candy and sweets.

Overweight and Obesity

Being overweight or obese increases your chances of dying from hypertension, type 2 diabetes, coronary heart disease, stroke, gallbladder disease, osteoarthritis, sleep apnea, respiratory problems, dyslipidemia and endometrial, breast, prostate, and colon cancers. In-depth guides and practical advice about obesity are available from the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health.

Tobacco

Tobacco is the single greatest preventable cause of illness and premature death in the U.S. Tobacco use is now called “Tobacco dependence disease.” The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that smokers who try to quit are more successful when they have the support of their physician.

Substance Abuse

Substance abuse usually means drugs and alcohol. These are two areas we don’t often associate with seniors, but seniors, like young people, may self-medicate using legal and illegal drugs and alcohol, which can lead to serious health consequences. In addition, seniors may deliberately or unknowingly mix medications and use alcohol. Because of our stereotypes about senior citizens, many medical people fail to ask seniors about possible substance abuse.

HIV/AIDS

Between 11 and 15% of U.S. AIDS cases occur in seniors over age 50. Between 1991 and 1996, AIDS in adults over 50 rose more than twice as fast as in younger adults. Seniors are unlikely to use condoms, have immune systems that naturally weaken with age, and HIV symptoms (fatigue, weight loss, dementia, skin rashes, swollen lymph nodes) are similar to symptoms that can accompany old age. Again, stereotypes about aging in terms of sexual activity and drug use keep this problem largely unrecognized. That’s why seniors are not well represented in research, clinical drug trials, prevention programs and efforts at intervention.

Mental Health

Dementia is not part of aging. Dementia can be caused by disease, reactions to medications, vision and hearing problems, infections, nutritional imbalances, diabetes, and renal failure. There are many forms of dementia (including Alzheimer’s Disease) and some can be temporary. With accurate diagnosis comes management and help. The most common late-in-life mental health condition is depression. If left untreated, depression in the elderly can lead to suicide. Here’s a surprising fact: The rate of suicide is higher for elderly white men than for any other age group, including adolescents.

Injury and Violence

Among seniors, falls are the leading cause of injuries, hospital admissions for trauma, and deaths due to injury. One in every three seniors (age 65 and older) will fall each year. Strategies to reduce injury include exercises to improve balance and strength and medication review. Home modifications can help reduce injury. Home security is needed to prevent intrusion. Home-based fire prevention devices should be in place and easy to use. People aged 65 and older are twice as likely to die in a home fire as the general population.

Environmental Quality

Even though pollution affects all of us, government studies have indicated that low-income, racial and ethnic minorities are more likely to live in areas where they face environmental risks. Compared to the general population, a higher proportion of elderly are living just over the poverty threshold.

Immunization

Influenza and pneumonia and are among the top 10 causes of death for older adults. Emphasis on Influenza vaccination for seniors has helped. Pneumonia remains one of the most serious infections, especially among women and the very old.

Access to Health Care

Senior’s frequently don’t monitor their health as seriously as they should. While a shortage of geriatricians has been noted nationwide, URMC has one of the largest groups of geriatricians and geriatric specialists of any medical community in the country. Your access to health care is as close as URMC, offering a menu of services at several hospital settings, including the VA Hospital in Canandaigua, in senior housing, and in your community

Nai abadi gharo distric Tahtta
Gharo, Sindh 73210
Pakistan
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