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Inuit do not have ice shelters. They have regular houses. Before that, they had houses made of sod.
sorta, there kinda like mattresses on the floor.
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Even if Eskimos live in cold places they need a refrigerator to keep your food products as you cant leave them outside even though your surroundings are cool. Also you can control the temperature inside a refrigerator while you cannot control the room temperature. This could be a major factor in selling a refrigerator to a eskimo
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Eskimos live in the Arctic (North Pole region) and the penguins live in the Antarctic (South Pole region), they are in opposite sides of the Earth.
Eskimos live in or near the Arctic circle in the northern hemisphere. Penguins are found on Antarctica and surrounding islands in the southern hemisphere. They are very far apart. This, of course, does not prove Eskimos will not eat penguin, as they could import penguin meat (if it is legal) or travel to Antarctica to eat penguin.
They used what they could find: bones, stone, ivory, etc.
The word, Inuit, meaning people but specifically reffering to the aboriginal people of the Arctic, is pronouced: In - yoo - eet. The singular is: Inuk (in-ook) and the language is: Inuktitut (in-ook-tee-toot).
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You can call the Salvation Army, Planned Parenthood, United Way, in your area. All will counsel you in your options. There are state agencies that will give you assistance in finding a place to live, medical care, and your other needs. Call the Health Services of your city or county.
You can get WIC, food Stamps and any other kind of government assistance you need. You might be able to, since you are a struggling mother, to get an apartment at your age as long as your working and can pay rent.
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Yes, the Inuit tribe has a long history of whaling. Currently they are only allowed to hunt bowhead whales within a certain quota.
== == In many cases can live with Cirrhosis of the liver, if the person gets to the doctor right away. This is usually brought on by heavy drinking for many years (but some young people can get this disease as well if they drink heavier than most in their age bracket.) However other ways to have Cirrhosis of the liver is Hep B,C or D; autoimmune hep; some drugs, toxins and infections; blocked bile ducts and some inherited diseases such as Hemochromatosis (the body absorbs too much iron); Wilson's disease (buildup of too much copper in the liver); Protoporphyria (disorder that affects the skin, bone marrow and liver. Symptoms are: feel tired or weak; loss of appetite; feel sick to your stomach; lose weight; have nose bleeds, bruise or bleed easily. Any medication you may be on may affect you on the stronger side because your liver is not able to break it down. Waste materials from food may build up in the blood or brain and may cause confusion or difficulty thinking. Protein that you eat breaks down into chemicals like ammonia. A healthy liver removes these byproducts. Enlarged veins may develop in the esophagus and stomach. One could vomit blood or have signs of blood in a bowel movement. Kidneys may fail (unable to urinate after taking in fluids.) For more severe cases bloating (retaining water and not being able to urinate) to jaundice. If the person continues to drink alcohol then death will certainly occur quicker than later. Being treated for Cirrhosis depends on how long the patient has ignored the symptoms (or possibly not known what to look for in the early stages.) The scar tissue on the liver will never go away completely, but treating the cause will keep cirrhosis from getting worse. Cure: If you drink STOP!!!!! If it's from Hepatitis C there are medications. A simple blood test will help the doctor determine what type of Cirrhosis you have. KEEPING CIRRHOSIS FROM GETTING WORSE: Stop drinking completely! Drink plenty of water!!!! Don' take medications including those you buy without prescription such as vitamins and herbal supplements without discussing it with your doctor. If in doubt phone your pharmacist. Many people may take something for a cold so remember this simple rule if you have Cirrhosis .... IF YOU DON'T REALLY NEED AN OVER THE COUNTER MED, DON'T TAKE IT! IF YOU DO, THEN CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR OR YOUR PHARMACIST. REMEMBER .... YOUR LIVER IS A FILTER ORGAN, SO DON'T DAMAGE IT FURTHER! Get vaccinated against Hep A and Hep B. These forms of liver disease are preventable. Get a flu shot, but ask your doctor first. Your immune system is low if you have Cirrhosis of the liver. Avoid raw shellfish such as oysters. Many people don't realize they can live with a very little bit of their liver present (surgery) and also that the liver can rejuvenate itself. If a person wants to save their life then they should keep in good contact with their specialist, listen well, do as you are told and lead a healthy lifestyle. The choice is up to the individual.
Inuit is the correct term for the people often called "Eskimo". They are not the same race as American Indians, and they are also different to the Aleut people of the Aleutian Islands of Alaska and Russia.
The word Inuit means "the people".
Among other racial characteristics, Inuit people have greater bone mineral density (BMD) than American Indians.
The link takes you to an historical image of a Canadian Inuit woman:
they used:spears,rocks,sticks,bones from animals and many more THANKS
The word Eskimo which has been used for centuries if often no longer acceptable.
Some tribes up north are not offended by the use of the word but others are.
Eskimo, the original name for a northern native is derived from the Native American word "Esquimantsik" which translates to "eater of raw meat", and originally it was intended to be pejorative by tribes who wandered into overlapping hunting grounds.
In Alaska, most tribes prefer Eskimo as the Inuit peoples are only a small minority in the North eastern areas. Several translations among many tribes muddies the actual true meaning of "Eskimo" and the translation to "stranger" is said to be one explorers understanding.
Eskimo was given to Inupiaq Natives from the more southern natives, Indians which basically meant "Eaters Of Raw Meat"(this was the most common meaning I have come across) so they prefer Inuit(The name Inuit refers to the natives of Canada, who prefer Inuit which means people in their dialect). Here in Alaska they are usually referred as Inupiaq or Yupik(this sub category of Inupiaq has a smaller branch called C'upik and as well as Siberian Yupiks who are from Russia). Each fork in itself has its own dialect and each region of Alaska alone have different dialect. I.E. My village had it's own while the other village north and west of here have their own dialect. They are different however does not make it impossible for speech between each different dialect. The reason for the initial Nickname "Eskimo" is known to be bad was because Inupiaq and Indians were forever at war with each other early in the 1900's and earlier, and rarely had friendly encounters, or so goes from what my dad has said which was shared by his dad. Uva una aglaun. Which when roughly translated means "Here is pencil" in a dialect from a village near mine. I do not know much about Yupiks as I am only Inupiaq from north western Alaska.
Sorry I heavily edited the last post due to huge typos as well as being hugely incorrect in context.
Quaggiq is one of the summer celebrations when Inuit peoples come together for rejoicing in the return of the summer birds, whales and caribou. Plants and green growth explode with a vengeance to take advantage of a short growing season.
Traditional feasting, dance and song still thrive when groups gather together.
To say 'cheers' is a traditional and informal 'toast' to one's companions. It is spoken loudly and clearly whilst raising the drinking vessel (glass or tankard etc), and just before drinking the alcoholic beverage. Sometimes the glasses are touched (clinked) together during the toast. In toasting, the person offering the toast usually wishes the other person, or everyone present, 'happiness', 'good health', a 'long life', 'all the best,' etc. The drinking companions generally voice their agreement and usually raise their glasses also, and drink some of the beverage. Many countries and cultures have toasting customs. The English form, 'cheers' means have good cheer, i.e. good wishes for happiness to everyone here in this drinking group. Alternatives expressions include: 'good health', 'all the best', 'here's to you', 'here's mud in your eye', 'bottoms up!', 'down the hatch!', Slainte! Gaelic =cheers to your health, Prosit! German, Skol! Skandinavian, Salute! Italian.
"The custom of drinking 'health' to the living is most probably derived from the ancient religious rite of drinking to the gods and the dead. The Greeks and Romans at meals poured out libations to their gods, and at ceremonial banquets drank to them and to the dead." ~The Encyclopædia Britannica, 1910 edition, Volume 13, page 121 The Encyclopaedia also says: "Intimately associated with these quasi-sacrificial drinking customs must have ever been the drinking to the health of living men." It is interesting to note that there was a god of wine in Greek mythology, Bacchus. The InternationalHandbook on Alcohol and Culture(1995) says: "It [toasting] is probably a secular vestige of ancient sacrificial libations in which a sacred liquid was offered to the gods: blood or wine in exchange for a wish, a prayer summarized in the words 'long life!' or 'to your health!'" Today:
When 'cheers' is said, glasses are raised upwards (heavenward?), and a 'good wish' is still traditionally said. So these customs appear to have originated with offerings of alcoholic libations to the gods, and to the requests to the gods, or to fate or fortune, for good health and blessings. For more information see Related Links below.
they now use cars but used to use canoes
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The short answer is : Yes.
There are THREE major sources for phosphatidylserine: cow brains and soy lecithin and lamb's kidneys (excellent source). Lamb's kidneys, rich in phosphatidylserine, can improve memory and stress response. A study in the journal Nutritional Neuroscience showed high levels were associated with feeling less stressed and having a better mood. Snip out the white cores and fry in a little butter for three minutes each side.
As a supplement, the phosphatidylserine derived from cow brains (BC-PS) is banned in the US due to fears about mad cow disease.
While phosphatidylserine occurs in soy lecithin, it does differ in molecular structure from the phosphatidylserine found in cow brains. It is important to note that the studies about human cognitive improvement were done with phosphatidylserine derive from cow brains.
Your body actually produces phosphatidylserine. However, theraputic doses for memory improvement are 100 mg two-three times a day. While phosphatidylserine occurs in several foods, it is most prevalent in soybeans. However, to obtain 100 mg of phosphatidylserine, you would need to ingest 3 kg of soybeans. Soybeans contain 1.5-3% lecithin which in turn has 14-18% "other phospholipids" (which would include phosphatidylserine).
So, ingesting 100 mg of unrefined lecithin should give you about 10-20 mg (approximately) of "other phospholipids". IF this fraction was ALL phophotidylserine (which it is not), it would take about 2000 mg of unrefined lecithin to meet a therapeutic dosage of phosphatidylserine.
Besides soybeans, other foods rich in lecithin include egg yolks and chicken and beef liver. As these are foods that many people avoid due to cholesterol, it is highy unlikely that you can ingest enough phosphatidylserine in your diet to meet therapeutic dosages. Add to that the fact that not all ingested phosphatidylserine is adequately absorbed (particularly as our gut ages), and the difficulty becomes even more complicated.
Adding lecithin granules to your diet rather than taking lecithin capsules is probably the easiest (and cheapest) way to up the phophatidylserine in your diet. Lecithin contains many other substances beneficial to your health and, like the B-Vitamins, these substances may help each other be more effective. Be wary of the type of lecithin, however. Bulk Foods, have a lot of good information about foods and nutrients.
However, if you are suffering from cognitive decline and absolutely must have a specified amount of phosphatidylserine, the supplements which are STANDARDIZED are your best bet. In this case, however, you should consult a natural healing practitioner that will help you through the maze of the supplement world.
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