David Andersson’s New Medical Book Goes on Sale for Limited Time


‘Medical Terminology’ helps readers learn and memorize medical terms


OCTOBER 21, 2016 – Medical author David Andersson is thrilled to announce that his new title will be going on sale.


Medical Terminology: The Best and Most Effective Way to Memorize, Pronounce and Understand Medical Terms will be available at a promotional price exclusively on Amazon. Readers will be able to purchase the title for $10.99 from Friday, October 21.


Andersson’s new book helps readers seamlessly learn and memorize medical terms by showing them how to build medical terms with root words, suffixes, and prefixes. In addition, the book offers a simple pronunciation guide which includes exercises with answers.



One recent reader said: “This books is an excellent resource for learning the universal medical abbreviations we use everyday in the hospital and in clinic. I highly recommend it to medical students who are just beginning their core rotations. Learning medical terminology is a must for documentation, including SOAP notes and orders. From a legal perspective, doctors must know how to accurately describe what we’ve seen and what we’ve done. Relying on colloquial terms can be misleading and can cause more trouble than it’s worth down the line. As a side note, when I was a medical student I remember getting tripped up on all the different terms our attending physicians used to describe the same thing. This book would have come in very handy during those moments!”


The book can be found at  http://bit.ly/medicalterminologyPR


About David Andersson

David Anderson is a medical doctor working in a big and prominent biotechnology company in the UK. The company specializes specifically in lung cancer, where extensive research is being made in the hopes that a cure will finally be found for this devastating disease.

David is also passionate about teaching students in the medical field, so that they in turn can improve other people’s lives. He writes books for medical students, and also has a parenting book written for parents on what they should keep in mind in order to take care of their children’s health. David loves reading, researching, studying, teaching and enjoys spending time with his family.



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4-Year-Old Girl Rescued After Getting Leg Stuck in Revolving Door

A four-year-old girl got stuck under a revolving door in China this weekend, showing how danger can strike at any moment.

The girl was playing around the entrance of a hotel in Fuyang, Anhui province, when the incident happened, according to Shanghaiist.

Unfortunately, the girl fell and had one of her legs get stuck underneath the hotel’s revolving door, immobilizing her.

Firefighters responded and came to the rescue of the little girl. It didn’t take long before they freed her from the door’s clutches.

Adults, presumably relatives, checked her foot as soon as she was lifted from the ground.

The girl was reportedly brought to the hospital where they found minor injuries.

We’re glad this four-year-old was spared from what could have been a terrifying and unfortunate accident.

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The Making of Famous Entrepreneurs

The Making of Famous Entrepreneurs

Everyone has an equal chance for fame… now I’m starting to doubt on that.

Well, can we actually believe that all of us can be famous someday? Maybe with a good streak of luck and some real hard work then we might all come to the point of becoming famous. However, not all of us have luck. And though many of us have dreams of comfortable and luxurious life, the majority of us cannot stand up from our asses and make something useful.

It is easy to dream dreams and wish wishes. But it is never easy to create wheels to drive our dreams nor our wishes to their realizations. Success never comes overnight. It has to be built somewhere and it has to be willed to come.

Success is one element wherein active participation from the aspirant is very badly required. No one can be famous without doing anything, may it be good or bad. And no oaf can be turned into a mogul without having to spend time devising ways and mustering courage to be one. Someway, we all must invest on some things that would cause us to be productive.

Braving the world of entrepreneurs is such that one has to really muster all the resources he has, risk it all in one chance and take the consequences in return. The bad thing though is that risk, by nature cant be equated at any assurances. You just have to take the risks and accept what they are or leave them and be forever resentful that you didn’t even took time and see what truly lies ahead your muddled living.

Fame, on the other hand, is corollary with success. In most cases, people who are successful are equally famous. They are distinguished through their achievements, which if we truly are to analyze are standing above those achieved by common people. Their accomplishments paved their way to becoming famous entrepreneurs. This is almost inevitable as all people who have done great jobs normally received favorable acceptance in a group or community. Thus, they are elated to heights not reached by those who did not shed time to make their parts.

What makes successful entrepreneurs famous is not the name they bear. Well somehow the name has the parts on it. It is not also the companies they were able to build. Or is it the people that they were able to develop. What make them famous are their successes behind those successes. One good point to argue is their personal development after having to go through all the hardships of entrepreneurship.

Now can you ask yourself, will I make it to the entrepreneurial world? The answer lies only on you.

If you said yes then it is proper to say that the stage is now open for you to take the risks, make the changes and be the person you have dreamed and wished to be all your life.

I think it is worth repeating that being an entrepreneur entails that you become a good risk taker. If you already have this quality on you then the lesser work you have to put. However, if not then courage must be integrated in your personality. It takes so much will for one to actually be able to gather his strength and manipulate the risks towards his own advantage. We cannot teach risk-taking here, you have to know where does the vein starts. Find it in you.

Just a word to remember though, don’t be too brave in taking risks.

Remember that when starting with your business, the fastest way to kill yourself is to be overly confident against the risks that face you. You have to test grounds first and see if you can cross the water with all things that you have. Equate the chances of failure against success and make decisions according to your sound, calculated judgement. Keep in mind that most entrepreneurs, before even reaching the point of fame, have already self-destruct or died of natural death. Don’t be like most of them. Keep faith in your pocket, have enough load of strength and believe that you can be a master to failures.

You see, at the end of the day, anyone truly ahs the equal opportunity for fame. Only we have to take our parts on living that opportunity.


7,727 People Are Fighting For One Job in China

Thousands are rooting for one job in China and there’s certainly a reason why.

Over a million people registered to take the country’s civil service examination this year, China News reported. As part of the sign-up process, they are required to select their desired jobs.

What turned out to be the most coveted position for 2016 is the head of the reception office at the China Democratic League in Beijing — a “toothless” political organization, the Wall Street Journal said.

That’s a record-breaking number of 7,727 prospective applicants, all vying to arrange meetings, prepare for events and serve refreshments to office visitors.

According to CNN, the job appealed most likely because of its “relatively relaxed requirements.” Apparently, candidates only need a bachelor’s degree and two years of work experience.

The China Democratic League was established in 1941 during the height of the country’s civil war. Today, it stands as one of the eight authorized political organizations aside from the ruling Communist Party.

Zhu Lijia, a professor at the Chinese Academy of Governance, told China Daily:

“When people make choices, they tend to go with the principle of economics. They want their gains maximized. It is natural for them to choose jobs with better benefits, more opportunities for development and good locations.”

That being said, it’s safe to say that the application process will be fiercely competitive.

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Chinese Husband Catches Wife With Another Man at the Market, Has an Epic Meltdown

A Chinese man was caught on video beating his wife and her date after accidentally bumping into them at a local farmer’s market where he worked.  

In a two-minute video, the husband can be seen pulling at his wife’s clothes while kicking at her alleged lover. The video, which has been uploaded all over Chinese social media, has been widely shared and has since gone viral with news outlets like QQ.com picking up the story as well, according to the Daily Mail.

The clip begins with an apparently injured man sitting beside a booth with a pool of blood visible on the ground near him. The battered guy is believed to be the lover of a married woman. The husband is then shown kicking the alleged lover again while his screaming wife tries to intervene. The wife’s reaction further angered the husband who then grabbed her by her shirt, exposing her bare back.  As much as the wife tried, she was unable to free herself from her husband’s clutches.


The man kept his anger throughout the video even when after a guy from the crowd of onlookers stepped in to intervene.

“I’ve never beaten you like this before,” the husband shouted.

Kicking off the lover’s iPhone off his hand, he shouted: “How dare you still use an iPhone.”

The husband is then overheard talking to his mother-in-law on his phone.

“She told me she was at work, but she was with another man,” he shouted at the phone.“Ask her what she is doing here with this man. This is my workplace.”

The man, who claims to be a caring husband, continued shouting at his wife’s mom:

“Every day, I express my care and I gave her everything. How can she treat me like this?”

He then added, “You are a teacher. What’s your view about this?”

When the man gave the phone to the wife for her to talk to her mother, she refused in apparent embarrassment.

The wife, who was later shown attempting to talk to her alleged lover, further infuriated her husband. The video abruptly ends after the angry husband discovered that his tirade was being recorded.

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Meet the 23-Year-Old Who Has the Most ‘Beautiful’ Breasts in Japan

Fluffiness was one of the deciding factors in the search for the most beautiful boobs (bioppai) which was recently held in Japan. The inaugural contest, which celebrated the country’s unmatched love for the female form was won by 23-year-old Ryoko Nakaoka from Tokyo.


Carefully selected by a team of dedicated judges, the award-winning boobs of the 2016 Bioppai Contest embody the best of the best breasts in Japan, according to Rocketnews24. Three out of five judges from the esteemed panel were women, adding “a female perspective” on the delicate choice.

In her self-introduction. Bioppai Contest winner Nakaoka revealed that she was a bit worried about her skin’s rough quality as she grew up enjoying a variety of sports as a child, such as swimming and table tennis.


It’s a good thing that her breasts were fluffy enough to outlast the other contestants.


“Her breasts have a good shape,”  Maggie, Japanese celebrity and contest judge was quoted as saying. She added in admiration, “and you just want to touch them because they’re so fluffy, which was really the deciding factor.”

美おっぱいコンテスト2016… グランプリに選ばれました👑💕 緊張しました。足もすごく震えました。でもただただ嬉しい。素直に喜んでます。 今まで応援してきてくれた人達や裏で支えてくれた人達に心から感謝しています! #BIOPPAI#グランプリ #peachjohn#FREEMAGAZINE #マギー#米原康正#尾藤裕子

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Nakaoka is set to appear in the pages of Free Magazine, a popular fashion publication, as part of her prize.


See also: Meet Japan’s Prettiest Taxi Driver

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Meet the UC Berkeley Law Student Making a Living as an Asian Male Pornstar

When it comes to male performers of Asian descent in mainstream American heterosexual porn, there aren’t many. One of the very few who’s made it through in a visible way is Jeremy Long, who hopes to break the porn industry norm permanently.

Long, who is also a third-year UC Berkeley School of Law student, is a rising star in the adult industry with millions of views on his videos online. His chosen stage name is an homage to professional basketball player Jeremy Lin, whose star turn with the New York Knicks years ago brought mainstream attention to the lack of Asian players in the NBA, the equivalent of which Long is doing in porn.

“I’ve always had a lot of Asian pride,” Long told NextShark in a 2014 interview. “I have it tattooed on my forearm. So when this porn gig came along, I just responded how I always have whenever there’s a chance to put it down for us Asians.”

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Unlike in the Hollywood movie industry, where Asian actors struggle to find roles, Long says the porn industry simply lacks willing Asian men.

“There’s no evil guy behind a desk being like, ‘Oh I hate Asians, fuck them,’” he told The Daily Californian. “It just happens based on what’s around, and there aren’t many Asian guys in those circles.

NextShark caught up with Long through email to talk about his upbringing, the types of women he dates, and what it’s like being an Asian male in porn.


Tell us a little bit about what it was like growing up for you.

“I was a badass little kid growing up — typical California Asian thug. I was in and out of juvenile hall until I got sent to CYA when I was 15. At some point I changed my life and started to go to community college, then transferred to Cal. Because of my background I knew how fortunate I was to be at Cal and I really tried my best and gave it 100 percent, so I did pretty well and that’s how I was able to go even further academically. But otherwise I have very little in common with the thousands of other Asians who populate our ‘elite’ universities.”

What type of women have you tended to date?

“I’ve been surrounded by other Asians my whole life. I’ve mostly dated not only Asian but a very specific type of Asian. Not sure exactly how to categorize, but the word ‘ghetto’ comes to mind. You know: the tatted-up, thugged-out, baby-daddy-in-prison-type of chick. That was my whole world for a very long time. Only after coming to Berkeley did I really realize there was a different and much larger community and class of Asians.

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“I used to be really picky with girls. I’d say my ideal type would be a Viet girl who looks Korean. But I got locked up for a long time as a teenager (California Youth Authority) so after that I just kinda went wild and made up for all the time I lost and threw any preferences, racial or otherwise, out the window.”

“I wouldn’t really consider myself a playboy because, at least to me, that implies a sort of wealth and charm/fakeness that’s used to get girls. I’m very straightforward, open and honest.”

What are some of the things you hear when you’re working with female performers who’ve never had sex with an Asian guy before?

“A lot of girls I’ve worked with are from the South or Midwest or some other area where there are almost no Asians, so probably a majority of girls I’ve worked with had not been with an Asian guy before. At least 50 percent of the girls I’ve shot with have said, ‘Hell yeah, I get to fuck an Asian guy today!’ (or some variation of that). It’s pretty awesome, I’ve actually never seen such enthusiasm anywhere else before. Porn is a super-chill community and all the girls just see it as a cool, novel thing for them.”

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Have you had any bad experiences working with a female performer?

“Probably the only ‘bad’ experience I’ve had was just due to my inexperience. I did one scene which was a five-guy gangbang, with Kink and Simone Sonay, a friend of mine. The scene was pretty brutal so it was kind of difficult for me because I felt very reluctant to do certain things to her. Not that it would be easy to perform that way with any girl, but it was even harder because of who it was. I’d almost be interrupting the footage because I wanted to say ‘sorry’ after slapping her with my dick. She’s very experienced and loves what she does (the brutality and all of it), and that’s Kink’s thing — it’s their style and genre, and they are very good at it and totally professional, but it was very new to me.”


There’s a belief that non-Asian women are simply not attracted to Asian men because they’re presented a certain way in mainstream media. Do you find this true?

“I think it’s definitely true that the media portrays us in a horrible way. I’ve actually heard more Asian girls say they are not attracted to Asian guys than non-Asian girls, but maybe it’s just them feeling more comfortable with being vocal about it. In any case I think my fellow Asian men should just adopt the perspective I had after being incarcerated and just go after everything in sight.”

How many girls do you think you’ve bedded at this point?

“I know this is going to be hard to believe because there was a time when I never thought it would be possible, but I lost count a long time ago.”

Do your parents know what you do?

“No they don’t. I’ve done all kinds of crazy stuff before; porn can’t get me locked up or killed so they wouldn’t really care too much. “


What’s your best advice for Asian men in the dating sphere?

“Distinguish between girls you are trying to sleep with and girls you are trying to have a relationship with/marry. For the former, recognize that there’s an inverse relationship between quality and quantity. Every guy can be successful with girls if they aren’t picky. And going through a phase where you’re banging lots of chicks is just good practice if anything.’

You’ve been recruiting Asian men for porn. How did you find them and did they require any sort of training?

“Well, it’s tough getting new guys. Lots of them back out last minute, which is understandable. Porn is just pretty damn crazy. One of our new guys, Dat Hung Cok, actually applied because his ex-girlfriend was a fan of mine and would always watch my porn and he got jealous so it was kind of a way to get back at her.

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“In porn there’s not really any training you can do. You really just need to learn through experience. It’s nothing like anything you could do off-screen, so no way to simulate the conditions that make it difficult.”  

What do you think of the stereotype that Asian males have small penises?

“I used to say 1 out of 1 Asian penises I’ve encountered are not small. Now after doing porn and working with directors/recruiters I’ve actually encountered or at least seen an insane number of Asian penises and the percentage hasn’t changed much. But as far as the stereotype and how it’s perpetuated I think it’s kind of the same thing with our general image in the media. We get shit on a lot and American media and popular culture has no love for us.”

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How big are you?

If I’m fully hard about 8 inches. Used to get girls who would be surprised but nowadays most girls who I hook up with have already seen me naked.

What are some current projects you are working on?

One of my favorite shows was ‘Avatar the Last Airbender.’ It was the first American cartoon I’d seen where everyone was Asian, and I loved it because of that. I was furious and disgusted when they made a live-action film and made everyone white.

“They also did something similar in porn with a parody of Glenn and Maggie from ‘The Walking Dead’ with a white guy in yellowface playing Glenn. I was similarly disgusted and it was even worse because with Glenn/Steve Yeun they basically took one of the few Asian male sex symbols and castrated it by parodying him with a white guy. So I was really excited to be able to shoot a ‘Walking Dead’ parody scene and actually be the Asian guy playing Glenn.

“Also we shot a cuckold scene where I play an Asian guy who cucks this white couple. That was pretty fun too.”


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This Pho With Quinoa Recipe is Disgusting and Absolute Blasphemy

I literally cannot believe what I’m seeing right now. I literally can’t even. Am I reading The Onion? Am I being punk’d? Where’s Ashton Kutcher hiding at? 

Martha Rose Shulman is a cookbook author and a food columnist at the New York Times. She’s mostly known for her vegetarian recipes. One of our readers recently stumbled upon this pho recipe by Shulman, which was published four years ago. Here’s the recipe:

  • 1 recipe vegetarian pho broth
  • 6 ounces firm tofu, cut in dominoes
  • Soy sauce to taste (optional)
  • 3 cups cooked quinoa
  • 3 broccoli crowns, broken into florets and cut in slices 1/4 inch thick
  • A 3-inch piece of white radish, peeled and cut in 1 1/2-inch julienne
  • 1/2 cup Asian or purple basil leaves, slivered if large, left whole if small
  • 4 scallions, chopped
  • 1 cup chopped cilantro
  • 2 to 4 bird or serrano chilies, sliced thin or finely chopped (to taste)
  • 6 mint sprigs
  • 3 to 4 limes, cut in wedges


My auntie is Vietnamese and owns a pho restaurant, and this is NO WHERE near how you make pho. You don’t just put a bunch of vegetables, herbs, and soy sauce and call it pho. You CERTAINLY do not put QUINOA in it and call it pho.

God damn hipsters.

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Creating an Effective Advertising Campaign

Creating an Effective Advertising Campaign

Talk to almost any advertising agency, or Fortune 500 company exec about advertising and promotion, and you will almost certainly hear the buzz words “fragmented advertising” and “consumer-centric campaigns” and long discussions about the many pitfalls and difficulties of creating effective advertising campaigns today.

What is fragmentation exactly? It’s the increase in the number of available methods for getting your message to your audience.

One of the main difficulties faced by any entrepreneur is that advertising has changed and evolved over the last few years. It now includes visual, audio and electronic media.

In fact, if you do a Google search for advertising, you may feel overwhelmed by all the options available to you now — if you just look at the options for your Website you’ll find popups, popovers, audio messages, flash video, RSS, even animated “sales people” that can be programmed to appear right on your Website and interact with your customers. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg!

So is traditional advertising — which includes billboards, radio, television, newspaper and magazine — dead?

Not by a long shot. According to one top advertising mogul, traditional advertising methods are still around because they still work.

The trick is to figure out who your target market is, what they want, and how they look for that information.

Mark Twain said, “Many a small thing has been made large by the right kind of advertising.”

If you know customers, you can spend your advertising dollars on the mediums they use to look for answers.

If your customers are senior citizens who are not online, then focus the majority of your advertising dollars on the newspapers, magazines, television, and radio that they are reading, watching or listening to.

If your target market are working parents, you need to know how, when and where they get their information. Is it on the Internet? What radio stations do they listen to? What magazines are they reading? Do they watch television? When? Why?

So what are your best options for creating an effective advertising campaign?

Here are some simple steps:

1. Know your audience. What do they want? Where do they shop? What do they read? How old are they? Where do they hang out? Do they need your product or services? Can they afford your product or services?

2. Know your competition. Be prepared to do a little detective work. What are your three main competitors doing to advertise? Where are they advertising? How often? What types of advertising methods are they using? How long have they been running? Are you reaching the same audience? Is your message different?

Look at what they’re doing right, and figure out creative ways that you can make your advertising just a little bit better, or differentiate yourself from the crowd.

3. Next take a look at what the “big dogs” in your field are doing, and see if you can adapt some of their methods to your target audience and your budget.

4. Know your message. What exactly are you trying to say? What do your customers want to hear? Why should they buy from you, and not someone else? Make every word count.

Chances are, your customers are much more tech-savvy than they were five years ago, or even one year ago. The Internet has made unbelievable amounts of information accessible, but it also has contributed to the “information overload” consumers complain of.

Another side effect of the Internet is that your customers have probably become used to getting “instant gratification” when they are looking for information, products or services. They want it, and they want it now. Are you giving your customers what they want, when they want it?

If you want to have an effective advertising campaign, don’t try to be everything to everyone. Think of your advertising as a conversation between you and your one “ideal” customer.
Remember, if you’re giving your customers what they want, they don’t perceive your ads as a nuisance, they see them as a service.

Traditional advertising is not dead and you can use it to your advantage if you pay attention to who your customers are, and what they want.


Warner Bros. Buys ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ and Will Feature an All-Asian Cast

Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to Kevin Kwan’s “Crazy Rich Asians”, and apparently, it’s set to feature an all-Asian cast.

Production is slated to kick off in Singapore by spring 2017, Deadline reported. Color Force, which produced “The Hunger Games” series, will develop the movie alongside Ivanhoe Pictures.

It’s Official! We are making @kevinkwanbooks amazing book #CrazyRichAsians into a movie with Warner Bros Studios!!! Big Hollywood movie with ALL-ASIAN cast! Can’t wait to share the whole journey with you all. #proud #itstime

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The film will follow Jon M. Chu‘s direction and Peter Chiarelli’s script.

“Crazy Rich Asians” follows the lives of Rachel Chu, a Chinese-American economics professor and her boyfriend, Nick Young. The story is being pitched as an intersection of Lauren Weisberger’s “Devil Wears Prada” and Jane Austen’s “Pride & Prejudice.”

Color Force’s Nina Jacobson came on board when Kwan’s book was still in the manuscript stage. She told Variety:

“It was just a page turner in and of itself. It was a delight to be taken into this world that as a Westerner I didn’t know. It felt so new and fresh and gave you so much insight.”

Well friends, novel,hot choco and tea are the perfect combination for my saturday #hangout #starbucks #novel #crazyrichasians #happy #blessed #sweet #saturday #chinese #indonesia #asia #asian

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We spoke to Kwan back in August when he revealed much of the book’s motivation:

“No one was really writing about contemporary Asia and what was happening in Asia in 2009. Asia is growing up and enjoying a renaissance with wealth creation which is now being forwarded to the U.S. and Europe. My mission was to showcase this world as accurately as I could.”

Now, Kwan is hyped to see his book come to life. He said in a statement:

“I am beyond thrilled that the amazing film my fans around the world have been waiting for is finally happening. I have such tremendous respect and trust in Nina, Brad, Jon, and Warner Bros, and I know they are going to create an incredible, history-making movie.”

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