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By Zeeshan Hussain on December 17, 2014

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Smoking is termed as the ‘Silent Killer’; It has been scientifically proven to be one of the leading causes of a great deal of health related diseases such as cancer and emphysema to name a few. We all share the same desire, the ability to live healthy and spend as much time as we can with our loved ones and be able to keep up with our children. The catastrophic addictive consequences brought by the ill-effects of smoking leaves nothing unturned, destroying our ability to be active to enjoy the quality of life we all wish to have.

There have been numerous research studies and presentations on how smoking impacts peoples lives for the worse once hooked. Most of us are familiar with the relationship between smoking and lung cancer but that’s just the tip of the ice-berg.  Smoking is also known to be one of the leading causes of the following; cardiac diseases, coronary heart disease, stroke, chronic lung disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases or (COPD), cancers of the bladder, cervical, esophageal, laryngeal, hepatic, pancreatic, gastric (gut or stomach), trachea and blood. Use can also lead to or cause: pre-term birth, still birth, increasing chances of ectopic pregnancy, sudden death infant syndrome or (SIDS). Congenital defects such as: Cleft palate, affected libido, low sperm quality, poor bone density, cataracts, gum bleeding and so on.  As you can tell all the above seems overwhelming and it’s recently become more of an alarming issue nowadays as the number of people affected range from active to passive (second hand) smokers–see my previous article: 14 Health Benefits of Green Tea and how this super-food helps to prevent lung cancer. It is still far beyond sight to see the effects on the general population, as more people continue to smoke irrespective of having the knowledge about the damage they are doing to their bodies.  I believe that may people tend to turn the blind eye when it comes to awareness of the negative impacts of this addiction. My goal is to provide all the right information in one accessible place to help bring insight to motivate those who smoke or those who know someone who does to put an end to the slow potentially fatal harm that is damaging lives through every inhale.

 

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Additives in Cigarettes

Cigarettes contain nearly 5,000 chemicals identified in tobacco smoke to date. Approximately 400 hundred toxic substances; including over 40 known carcinogenic agents and compounds. When drawn, a cigarette burns at 700°C at the cherry (or the lit end of the cigarette) and around 59°C in the core.

Covering the whole list would be cumbersome, but here we’ll have an overview of some of the most commonly known additives:

  1. Carbon monoxide:  Most widely known pollutant in cigarette smoke, Influencing oxygen carrying capacity of the blood.
  2. Ammonia:  Caustic, and hazardous, Used in commercial cleaning products.
  3. DDT:  A banned insecticide.
  4. Arsenic:  Used in manufacturing glass, as a pesticide (rat poison), and weed killer.
  5. Cyanide:  Extremely poisonous salt of hydrocyanic acid.
  6. Nicotine:  An alkaloid poison occurs in tobacco; used in medicine, and as an insecticide.
  7. Methanol:  Wood alcohol.
  8. Pyridine:  Irritant, causing upper respiratory tract irritation upon inhaling.
  9. Benzene:  Highly inflammable, carcinogenic, gasoline additive, found in paints, adhesives, et al.
  10. Asbestos:  Used in making fireproof articles; inhaling fibers are known to cause occupation disease like, asbestosis, and causative of lung cancer, bowel cancer, and other lung diseases.

 

Smoking and Ageing

For a more effective reason to quit I’d like to put ageing in the forefront for a moment. Smoking hastens the optimal ageing process, thus progressing and contributing to wrinkles. These alterations may occur after roughly 10 years of smoking. the degree of wrinkles all depend on a persons smoking habits.  The more cigarettes you smoke or the longer you smoke the more wrinkled skin you’re likely to have. Early skin alterations from smoking may be hard to notice or it may remain unnoticed for quite some time. Wrinkling not only occurs on or around the face but also occurs on others parts of the body. Skin wrinkling may be irreversible no matter how many anti-ageing skin remedies and creams you use so the only way to prevent wrinkling would be quitting smoking. It initiates the cellular damage same as seen in Werner’s syndrome  which is an autosomal recessive disease in which a person ages at an accelerated pace. Or like Progeria  which is a syndrome that causes premature ageing manifesting at a really early age. Experts agree with the fact that smoking hastens the ageing process; adding that smokers on average look approximately 1.4 years older than non-smokers. In one research study it became evident that smoking not only contributes to speedy ageing, but also causing smokers to die roughly 10 years before their time.

 

Smoking and Sexual Health

 

Smoking and Sexual Health

For all the men out there, smoking emphatically has a negative impact on sexual health and sexual performance. For years, studies have shown that smoking causes erectile dysfunction (ED) due to poor blood flow to the penis, and one’s risk of erectile dysfunction (ED) is about twice that of one who doesn’t smoke. Not only does smoking cause (ED) it can also cause infertility as smoking leads to a low sperm count. Also, impaired performance eventually leads to diminished desire. When erectile dysfunction and Impotence (infertility) are combined then overall satisfaction will most likely suffer. Men aren’t the only ones to suffer as women have inauspicious sexual effects as well. In women, smoking may result in early menopause, increased risk of cervical cancer, menstrual irregularities, and many more issues.

 

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“Neurons And Nervous System” by CoolDesign – FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Smoking and the Nervous System

Smoking has massive damaging effects on the nervous system. A cigarette is a powerful central nervous system excitant and influence neurotransmitters like: serotonin , acetylcholine , dopamine and norepinephrine to name a few.  Nicotine is the main component in tobacco smoke and is highly addictive. Nicotine in large doses, acts like a deadly poison. But in smaller doses, acts like an excitant. From the first puff there undergoes a massive infusion of toxins into your lungs and throughout your body. Nicotine combined with tar molecules are drawn into the lungs and from there head straight to the brain via bloodstream, which takes roughly 8 seconds.

As said, smoking affects neurotransmitters associated with anxiety and overall wellness. That is the reason why smokers have higher rates of clinical anxiety in comparison to non-smokers. Anxiety may be better explained in terms of tobacco effects on GABA (a neurotransmitter  mostly responsible for neuronal process and overall state of wellness). The largest co-factors in smoking-related anxiety were levels of addiction.

Smoking is also related to depression as well. Nicotine and other additives in cigarettes affect serotonin and dopamine negatively, which are the neurotransmitters that are associated with mental health and depression. Smoking also elevates the sense of pleasure, that’s the reason why most of smokers feel better after a cigarette.  Aside from anxiety and depression nicotine causes other symptoms like confusion (difficulty concentrating), nervousness, and restlessness especially during nicotine withdrawal. Nicotine is considered to be one of the hardest substances to break, ranked with opiates and alcohol. Therefore, It’s hard to quit, but easy to avoid.

 

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“Human Heart Anatomy” by CoolDesign – FreeDigitalPhotos.net

 

Smoking and the Circulatory System

Smoking is the leading cause of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) causing around 25,000 deaths a year from heart and circulatory anomalies. 1 in 5 premature deaths from heart or circulatory anomalies is also related to smoking. Free radicals, chemicals that are present in tobacco smoke can lead to cardiac diseases, myocardial infarction, and strokes. As elaborated earlier, tobacco smoke when entering our lungs can affect our bodies in a number of ways. Taking the circulatory system into consideration, smoking can raise blood pressure, heart rate, and cause thickening and hardening of the blood vessels.  Causing them to lose elasticity and leading to the constriction of blood flow of the vessels in the skin.  This eventually leads to a drop in skin temperature. Smoking also effects oxygen levels in the blood resulting in less oxygenated blood supply throughout the body.  Additives in Tobacco smoke also results in one’s blood to become stickier than normal, thus making it more prone to clotting resulting in clogged arteries and veins (Embolism, Thrombosis et al). It also damages the lining of arteries, which is a contributing factor to atherosclerosis. It also influences blood flow to extremities, fingers, and toes. Due to the blockage of normal blood supply the risk of stroke and heart attack raises considerably.

 

Lung Cancer

 

Smoking and Cancer

When we think of smoking related cancers, lung cancer is often the first thought for majority of us. Smokers are more likely to get cancer than non-smokers. This is specifically true of lung cancer and oral cancer which usually effects smokers and rarely non-smokers. The link between tobacco smoking and lung cancer is clear. But in reality, there’re many more sorts of smoking related cancers. 80% to 90% of lung cancer cases occur as a result of smoking. In non-smokers, lung cancer would be a more rare diagnosis, only 0.5% of people who have never touched a cigarette develop lung cancer. In smokers, the risk of developing oral cancers is 4 times higher than of non-smokers with most common sites being on or beneath the tongue or on the lips but it may start anywhere but mainly areas of the mouth. Some common types of cancers in smokers are; pancreatic cancer (smoking being the cause in 30% of pancreatic cancer), head and neck cancer (tobacco use responsible for 85% of this type). Cancer of the esophagus (smoking doubles the risk), cancer of the kidneys (smoking is responsible for around 20%), gastric cancer (smokers twice prone than nonsmokers), colorectal cancers, blood cancer, bladder cancer, cancer of the cervix, skin, breasts and prostate. There’s no safe way to use tobacco, as cigarettes, cigars, pipes, et al, all cause cancer.

 

Smoking and Bone Health

 

Smoking and Bone Health

Most people are not aware of the ill effects that smoking has on the musculoskeletal system; it has a huge risk factor causing osteoporosis which was first identified more than twenty years ago. Almost every body tissue is affected by smoking, but as we elaborated earlier smoking is certainly avoidable and many effects can be reversible.  Only by quitting smoking we may be able to get back our normal healthy function. Modern researchers found a relation between smoking and the musculoskeletal system, this is crucial because the prime in building bone mass starts from childhood till about 30 years of age.

Smoking increases risks of developing osteoporosis (abnormal loss of bony tissue resulting in fragile porous bones attributable to lack of calcium — most common in post-menopausal women). Elderly smokers are 30% to 40% more likely to have hip fractures than non-smokers. Smoking also causes Rheumatoid Arthritis , which is an auto-immune disease. People who smoke also tend to be much thinner than non-smokers. Smokers with fractures take a great deal longer to heal as they’re much slower in healing process as compared to nonsmokers and also experience more complications.  Evident from past studies done, smoking affects blood flow to the bones the same way as it affects the blood supply to other parts of the body.  Nicotine slows the production of osteoblasts (bone-forming cells) thus resulting in less bone making or mass. Calcium, which is a mineral that aids in bone development and is necessary for bone mineralization and absorption is also affected by smoking.  This leads to fragile bones or osteoporosis. Smoking has a negative role in breaking down estrogen more quickly, which plays an important role in building and maintaining a strong skeleton in men and women. Post surgery recovery and healing is slow in smokers as compared to nonsmokers and they’re prone to more infections which adds more complications to their recovery process. Smoking damages blood vessels and at the same time it also damages nerves in toes and feet, which may lead to more falls and fractures, due to less sensation and circulation.

 

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“Glucose Test” by Gualberto107 – FreeDigitalPhotos.net

 

Smoking and Diabetes

Smoking has now proven to be an independent risk factor for diabetes related to increased risk of complications in diabetics. Smoking causes Type 2 diabetes and smokers are 30% to 40% more likely to develop type 2 diabetes.  Smokers with diabetes have more problems with insulin dosing and disease control than nonsmoker diabetics. According to a study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology , smoking 16 to 25 cigarettes a day increases your risk for Type 2 diabetes 3 times higher than that of a non-smoker.

Diabetic smokers are more likely to have health problems from diabetes. Serious complications include; kidney disease ( or Diabetic Nephropathy), eye disease (Diabetic Retinopathy–can cause blindness), heart disease, and nerve disease (Diabetic Neuropathy). Poor blood flow to the extremities which leads to infections, ulcers, diabetic foot and possible amputation (Removal of body parts such as feet and toes), Peripheral Neuropathy (nerve damage to the arms and legs causing numbness, weakness and poor coordination). Smokers with diabetes benefit once they quit smoking and can better control their blood sugar levels.

 

Smoking and Oral Health

Although smoking doesn’t increase the risk of having cavities, it causes considerable damage to the gums and other parts of the mouth. Some of the risks are; risks of tooth loss (smokers are 2 more likely to lose their teeth).  As mentioned above, it’s the main cause of throat and oral cancers, halitosis (bad breath), discoloured teeth, increased build-up of plaque (tartar) on teeth, mouth sores, caries (roots, also known as cavities), smoker’s patches, tooth loss, shifting teeth. There is an increased risk of developing oral cancers, sinusitis and the need for dental implants.  There is a lower success rate or a delay in healing after tooth extraction which leads to dry socket (which is a temporary and painful condition). Loss of taste and smell, smoker’s lip and hairy tongue.  Smoking accompanied by alcoholism synergistically amplifies its bad effects. Smokers who also consume alcohol are at the risk of oral cancer greater than the combined risk of those who only smoke or only drink alcohol.

 

Smoking and the Sense of Taste and Smell

No doubt, an impaired smelling sense would rob anyone from the ability to appreciate aromas and scents in and around the world. The only senses we know that are impaired by smoking are the sense of taste and smell. Sense of hearing is not affected in the short term, nor is our sense of vision or pain or touch. However in the long term they can be impaired as tobacco affects blood vessels to the nerves in our eye, brain and skin. Macular degeneration affecting our eyes increases 2 to 5 fold by smoking.

 

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The Benefits of Quitting

The advantages of quitting smoking begin right away and are extremely rewarding. There is a considerable reduction in diseases no matter what age one quits. When a person stops smoking before the age of 35 their life expectancy is slightly less than the people who never smoked because this gives their body time to recoup. Quitting smoking before the age of 50 decreases the risk of dying from smoking-related illnesses by 50%.  So in other words it’s never too late to quit smoking to improve health even if one already has cardiac disease or chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases.  The prognosis is greatly improved upon quitting in any case. It will also reduce the risk of getting various other conditions which although aren’t  always life-threatening. In this case conditions such as; impotence erectile dysfunction (ED), infertility, osteoporosis, tooth loss, et al. Other benefits would be; reduced pregnancy related complications, feel better about yourself, improvement in your finances, food and drink are more appetizing, fresher breath and cleaner teeth.  Why not have more control of your life and feel more energetic? If not think about yourself then think about your family and loved ones.

 

Timeline of Health Benefits after Quitting Smoking

  • After 72 hours:  Breathing becomes easier, bronchial tubes begin to relax, and energy level increase.
  • After 1 month:  Skin appearance improves (improved skin perfusion).
  • After 3 to 9 months:  Cough, crackles, breathing problems improve, and pulmonary function increases by around 10%.
  • After 1 year:  Risk of myocardial infarction falls to about half that of a smoker.
  • After 10 years:  Risk of lung cancer falls to about half that of a smoker.
  • After 15 years:  Risk of heart attack falls to the same level that it would be for someone who has never smoked.

Smoking causes devastating consequences to you and your family. But let us not forget that the addiction of smoking is definitely avoidable, never sell yourself short and believe that you can conquer the habit. So let’s think for a moment and decide; is smoking that next cigarette more valuable than our lives or happiness of our families? This is a question that only you can answer for yourself.

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Zeeshan Hussain

About Zeeshan Hussain

I am a Medical Observer at First Affiliated Hospital of Xinjiang Medical University and an English Language Trainer at Beijing Century Consulting & Service Co. Ltd. I am passionate about healthy living and providing insight to others from my knowledge and experience. Maybe we can all influence healthy changes in each others day to day lives. Enjoy!

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Before attending medical school, Dr. Mezrich worked as a corporate/transactional lawyer in Boston, MA. Dr. Mezrich completed medical school at the University of Maryland, and his radiology residency and a fellowship in musculoskeletal imaging at the University of Maryland. Dr, Mezrich joined the Yale faculty in July 2015.

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After all these years of motherhood, I think I have finally established our Valentine’s Day tradition. For years, I found myself scrambling to come up with little gifts and breakfasts on red plates and candy and surprises. But it was just too much. So we’ve gone super simple the past several years, and I love it. Each year the girls get a new poem from me, with a invite for a special treat. It’s low-key, low-stress, and even though they know what’s coming, they look forward to it each year.

But I thought I’d share this SUPER simple way I fold their heart valentines into tiny little envelopes. If you come from the generation of cootie catchers and passing perfectly folded love notes in 5th grade social studies (Me? Never!) then you’re going to be all over this. What is it about tiny little folded paper envelopes, made even better when there’s a love note for your little one, tucked inside.


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This instructable will show you how to make a paper shaped heart, using an 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper.

Step 1: Your Sheet of Paper

Start with an 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper. Any color will do.

Step 2: Fold Top Right Hand Corner

Fold top right hand corner, so that its edge aligns with the paper.

Step 3: Fold Top Left Hand Corner

Repeat previous step with left corner.

Step 4: Looks Like This

Your paper should look like this.

Step 5: Fold the Paper Back

Fold the paper back, at center crease.

Step 6: Creases Should Look Like This

Paper should have the following creases.

Step 7: Fold at the Center Crease

Fold at the center crease, pressing inward.

Step 8: Fold the Right Hand Corner Upward

Fold the right hand corner upward, aligning it with the top point (creating a diamond shape).

Step 9: Fold the Left Hand Corner Upward

Repeat previous step with the left hand corner, completing the diamond.

Step 10: Fold the Right Hand Side of the Paper

Fold the right hand side of the paper, aligning the edge with the bottom point of the diamond.

Step 11: Fold the Left

Fold the left hand side.

Step 12: Flip

Flip the paper over.

Step 13: Flip Back

Flip back approx. an inch and a half (1.5″) of paper.

Step 14: Flip Down

Flip down the triangular section at the top, making sure it folds all the way, at the original crease.

Step 15: Fold the Bottom Right Hand Corner

Fold the bottom right hand corner, creating a triangle that aligns at the bottom center of the paper.

Step 16: Insert Triangle

Make sure you insert the triangle from the previous step in between the slot created by the larger triangle.

Step 17: Repeat

Repeat the previous two steps with the left bottom corner.

Step 18: Fold the Top Right Point

Fold the top right point toward the center right, to form the top shape of the heart.

Step 19: Insert the Remaining Paper

Insert the remaining paper inside the slot created by the larger triangle, to hold the top in place.

Step 20: Fold the Left

Fold the left hand side.

Step 21: Insert

Insert the remaining portion of the previous triangle into the slot created by the larger triangle.

Step 22: Done!

Flip the paper over, and will you look at that???

You have created a paper heart!

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Thank you, visuals were clear and easy to follow.

usefully color it red in the line do dark red more effect

how do you do that

it not working

do we unfold it afterword?

I like this thing maybe we should build some more stuff in class

i made it out of a letter for my crush at school it made a cute way to give it to him

I thought it would be hard but it was fairly easy.

So CUTE!!

A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! I love this style of folding a rectangle piece of paper into a heart!

great heart and its nice we dont need a square paper

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15 Interesting Facts About the English Language

July 11, 2014 by Bloomsbury International

English is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world so it is not surprising that so many people want to learn how to speak English .

In your English classes  you no doubt learn interesting things but I’m sure you haven’t heard all of these facts before:lettere

1. ‘E’ is the most commonly used letter in the English language. In fact, as many as one in eight of all the letters written in English is ‘e’.

2. More English words begin with the letter ‘S’ than any other letter of the alphabet.

3. ‘I am.’ is the shortest complete sentence in the English language.
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4. The longest English word that can be spelled without repeating any letters is ‘uncopyrightable’.

5. The following sentence contains seven different spellings of the sound “ee”: ‘He believed Caesar could see people seizing the seas’.

6. Do you know what is special about the following sentence? ‘The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog’. This type of sentence is called a ‘pangram’ as it uses every letter in the English language.

7. The longest word in English has 45 letters: ‘pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis’! It is a type of lung disease caused by inhaling ash and sand dust.

8. There is no word in the English language that rhymes with month, orange, silver or purple.
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9. ‘Queueing’ is the only word with five consecutive vowels (five vowels in a row). This is a great word to use when you play hangman!

10. There are nine different ways to pronounce ‘ough’ in English. This sentence contains all of them:  ‘A rough-coated, dough-faced, thoughtful ploughman strode through the streets of Scarborough; after falling into a slough, he coughed and hiccoughed.’ You can search for these words on the Cambridge Dictionary website to listen to their pronunciation. http://dictionary.cambridge.org/
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11. Due to a printing error, there was a word in the English dictionary from 1932 to 1940 which didn’t have a meaning.  The word was ‘Dord’ and it became known as ‘ghost word’.

12. ‘Pronunciation’ is the word which is most mispronounced in the English language!

13. English is the official language of the sky! It doesn’t matter which country they are from, all pilots speak in English on international flights.
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14.The most difficult tongue twister in the English language is “sixth sick sheik’s sixth sheep’s sick”. Why not try it out on your friends and see if any of them can say it without making a mistake?

15. Approximately one new word is added to the English language every two hours and around 4,000 new words are added to the English dictionary every year.

One extra interesting fact for you:typewriter

Have you ever wondered why the English computer keyboard is set out in the way it is instead of in alphabetical order? The reason for this is on early typewriters, the keys needed to be arranged in a certain way so that the mechanical rods which held the letters did not clash too much and jam. The letters needed to be separated so that the ones which were most commonly used were not next to each other.

Have fun with English

Riddles

Can you work out the answers to these fun English riddles?

1. What has a face and two hands but no arms or legs?

2. What type of cheese is made backwards?

3. Which letter of the alphabet has the most water?

4. What begins with T, ends with T and has T in it?

5. Which month has 28 days?

Answers for phrasal verbs with ‘take’

Take after (someone)Resemble a family member
Take offStart to fly
Take (something) backReturn an item to a shop
Take overTake control
Take up (something)Start doing something regularly (e.g. a hobby)
Take (someone) outPay for someone to go somewhere with you
Take (something) apartBreak something into pieces (on purpose)

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English Learners are often thought of as a homogenous group, but in reality, they are extremely diverse. Although you likely know these common facts about ELs, you may not be as familiar with the underlying complexities of this often misunderstood population.

 

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One of the fastest growing student populations in the country is English Learners.

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There are about five million English Learners in the United States, or about nine percent of all public school students, and the number is increasing. In fact, by the year 2025, nearly one out of every four public school students will be an English Learner. Since the passage of the Bilingual Education Act in 1968, all public schools are required to offer English Learners an appropriate level of education.

 

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Although all kids have the same natural ability to acquire language, some students have a more difficult time learning English based on their native language. For example, students whose first language uses the Latin alphabet or has a sentence structure similar to English may have an easier time acquiring English language skills compared to those whose native language uses characters, like Mandarin, or is written from right to left, like Arabic or Hebrew. Additionally, depending on culture and parental literacy, ELs can face a number of factors with regard to oral English language development including limited exposure to spoken English in the home.

 

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People who speak two languages have also been shown to have more efficient monitoring systems. According to a 2009 study from the International Journal of Cognitive Science, monolinguals and bilinguals respond similarly when the brain’s monitoring system is not under stress, but in conditions requiring high monitoring demands, bilinguals were faster. The bilingual brain is used to handling two languages at the same time. This develops skills for functions such as inhibition, switching attention, and working memory.

 

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More than half of EL students are born in the United States. According to the National Education Association, second-generation students—defined as children born in the United States to at least one immigrant parent—currently constitute 23 percent of the nation’s children and 75 percent of elementary English Learners. According to the Obama-Biden Transition Project, 75 percent of EL students in grades K–5 and 57 percent of EL children in grades 6–12 are native born.

 

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Spanish is the most common first language spoken among English Learners.

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According to the Migration Policy Institute, while Spanish is by far the most common first language, English language students in the United States speak more than 150 languages including Chinese, Vietnamese, and French/Haitian Creole. In fact, among the top 10 first languages spoken by English Learners, six of them (Chinese, Korean, Hindi, Arabic, Russian, Hmong/Miao) are not based on the Latin alphabet like English. 

 


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A great place to learn!
A great community!
Passionate teachers!

I’m extremely delighted with the warm atmosphere provided by the staff .
but most of all, I would like to express my appreciation to the officer personnel who work inside and out the bldg. who is extremely vigilant and skilled providing protective services during the day. he is always alert and pay attention to detail, well trained in assembling and monitoring surveillance equipment. he do his job effectively and organized when call on to communicate pertinent information to law enforcement.(especially cameras) he is very excellent and feel very comfortable protecting those around him. I have nothing but the best things to say about this officer and bldg. staff members. he has been an exemplary valuable and integral employee to his company. keep up the good work and more power to this community.

sfvigilant

Little disappointed in this place. This place does not cater to kids in special education- and require a high GPA to enter. I also was discriminated against because at the time attending the orientation for this school, I was attending a private catholic school which was poorly frowned upon. Also, they do not really respect half-breed jews, or reform jews here either. The kids here are rather kind of snobby and rude here as well. Did NOT felt welcomed here at all during orientation.

I’ve been to so many high school plays here it’s retarded. I’m turning 25 in two days, people. Why do I still find myself awkwardly staring at my feet in front of classrooms, waiting for someone to signal that I can enter?

I’ll tell you why: my boyfriend’s sister goes here and is way into drama. Thus, we go to a lot of plays. I think it’s funny that every play they perform has a Nazi element (even in last Thursday’s Fortinbras production, though they had to jokingly write it in so as not to break tradition). The kids are always cute, even when they totally botch their lines. Likewise, the backstage folks do a good job too; I enjoy their work despite the fact that they will accidentally walk out on stage and never black out the lights on time.

The PTA might be the real show stealers. They are super on it with coffee and cookies during intermission, and I appreciate that no one has ever said anything to me when I messily eat smuggled burritos on their nice lounge chairs.

There is a card-activated parking garage they keep open for performance nights. I really love this most of all because it allows you to do discreet things like get super fucking stoned out of your goddamn mind in your car before a Little Shop Of Horrors performance (the dentist was a Nazi in this one). P.S. Don’t do drugs, kids.

JCHS provides a fabulous high school environment where your child can explore literature, the arts, sciences and, at the same time, become deeply grounded in religion, ethics and morality, even young people who come from secular families like ours.

My daughter benefited enormously from her four years there, and I will be eternally grateful to the school for all the opportunities they made available, including the excellent college counseling. Her JCHS education prepared her well for her STEM major at an elite East Coast college, and I feel confident she will achieve her dream of becoming a neurologist.

In short, a great high school.

I’m a current senior (2005-2006) and I find this school to be a very good and nurturing environment that has much to do with developing a lot of what I like about myself. The classes are small, all under 20; most under 15; some under 3, and all the teachers and staff really care about the development of the students.

As a Jewish school it has some problems making both it’s commitment to a full Jewish education with college prep curriculum. One of the most pronounced problems has to do with the schedule which often has students making hard decisions about which classes to take. For the first three years there is a mandatory 7 course load (2 Jewish, 1 language hebrew, and 4 core) and most do more. The commute is also horrible, especially for people like me who live out in the middle of nowhere.

But the quality of education and the dedication of the teachers more than makes up for whatever defficiencies exist. To be sure, this is a young school and much of the culture still has to be developed, but I believe that JCHS will turn out to be a good experience and have a positive effect of our lives and continue to do so for a good long while.

(P.S. This school is pregnant!)

We know that choosing a high school is often a daunting process and the students are looking for the “right fit”. For our daughter, there couldn’t have been a better fit. As parents, it was important for us that she be in a safe and nurturing environment while at the same time, be challenged academically, exposed to real world experiences and adequately prepared for the road ahead.

We are thrilled with our choice as we have found this and much more at JCHS. Everyone asks about the commute! To be honest, this was one of the main concerns on our mind while going through the process. What we have come to realize is that the commute is absolutely manageable and more — JCHS is a school worth the effort and the commute. Especially since there is a Marin shuttle that takes her to and from school.

We are so proud to be part of this school. We love the inspiring instructors and the caring student community. If you haven’t taken a tour, we highly recommend checking it out to see for yourself.

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    I’m extremely delighted with the warm atmosphere provided by the staff .
    but most of all, I would like to express my appreciation to the officer personnel who work inside and out the bldg. who is extremely vigilant and skilled providing protective services during the day. he is always alert and pay attention to detail,  well trained in assembling and monitoring surveillance  equipment. he do his job effectively and organized when call on to communicate pertinent information to law enforcement.(especially cameras) he is very  excellent and feel very comfortable protecting those around him. I have nothing but the best things to say about this officer and bldg. staff members. he has been an exemplary  valuable and integral employee  to his company. keep up the good work and more power to this community.

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    Little disappointed in this place. This place does not cater to kids in special education- and require a high GPA to enter. I also was discriminated against because at the time attending the orientation for this school, I was attending a private catholic school which was poorly frowned upon. Also, they do not really respect half-breed jews, or reform jews here either. The kids here are rather kind of snobby and rude here as well. Did NOT felt welcomed here at all during orientation.

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    I’ve been to so many high school plays here it’s retarded. I’m turning 25 in two days, people. Why do I still find myself awkwardly staring at my feet in front of classrooms, waiting for someone to signal that I can enter?

    I’ll tell you why: my boyfriend’s sister goes here and is way into drama. Thus, we go to a lot of plays. I think it’s funny that every play they perform has a Nazi element (even in last Thursday’s Fortinbras production, though they had to jokingly write it in so as not to break tradition). The kids are always cute, even when they totally botch their lines. Likewise, the backstage folks do a good job too; I enjoy their work despite the fact that they will accidentally walk out on stage and never black out the lights on time.

    The PTA might be the real show stealers. They are super on it with coffee and cookies during intermission, and I appreciate that no one has ever said anything to me when I messily eat smuggled burritos on their nice lounge chairs.

    There is a card-activated parking garage they keep open for performance nights. I really love this most of all because it allows you to do discreet things like get super fucking stoned out of your goddamn mind in your car before a Little Shop Of Horrors performance (the dentist was a Nazi in this one). P.S. Don’t do drugs, kids.

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    JCHS provides a fabulous high school environment where your child can explore literature, the arts, sciences and, at the same time, become deeply grounded in religion, ethics and morality, even young people who come from secular families like ours.  

    My daughter benefited enormously from her four years there, and I will be eternally grateful to the school for all the opportunities they made available, including the excellent college counseling.  Her JCHS education prepared her well for her STEM major at an elite East Coast college, and I feel confident she will achieve her dream of becoming a neurologist.  

    In short, a great high school.

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    I can’t stop singing the praises of this amazing high school.  My daughter is a senior now and has…
    I can’t stop singing the praises of this amazing high school.  My daughter is a senior now and has learned so, so much.  She has developed a deep moral conscience and is more than prepared for the elite East Coast liberal arts college that just accepted her in the early decision admissions round.  

    If you want your child to get a first class education and grow into a mature, thinking, caring human being, this is the place to send him/her. If I had it to do over again, I would definitely choose JCHS again, hands down.
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    I’m a current senior (2005-2006) and I find this school to be a very good and nurturing environment that has much to do with developing a lot of what I like about myself. The classes are small, all under 20; most under 15; some under 3, and all the teachers and staff really care about the development of the students.

    As a Jewish school it has some problems making both it’s commitment to a full Jewish education with college prep curriculum. One of the most pronounced problems has to do with the schedule which often has students making hard decisions about which classes to take. For the first three years there is a mandatory 7 course load (2 Jewish, 1 language hebrew, and 4 core) and most do more. The commute is also horrible, especially for people like me who live out in the middle of nowhere.

    But the quality of education and the dedication of the teachers more than makes up for whatever defficiencies exist. To be sure, this is a young school and much of the culture still has to be developed, but I believe that JCHS will turn out to be a good experience and have a positive effect of our lives and continue to do so for a good long while.

    (P.S. This school is pregnant!)

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    We know that choosing a high school is often a daunting process and the students are looking for the “right fit”.  For our daughter, there couldn’t have been a better fit.  As parents, it was important for us that she be in a safe and nurturing environment while at the same time, be challenged academically, exposed to real world experiences and adequately prepared for the road ahead.

    We are thrilled with our choice as we have found this and much more at JCHS.  Everyone asks about the commute!  To be honest, this was one of the main concerns on our mind while going through the process.  What we have come to realize is that the commute is absolutely manageable and more — JCHS is a school worth the effort and the commute.  Especially since there is a Marin shuttle that takes her to and from school.

    We are so proud to be part of this school.  We love the inspiring instructors and the caring student community.  If you haven’t taken a tour, we highly recommend checking it out to see for yourself.

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The Jewish Community High School of the Bay (JCHS) is a co-educational day school providing a rigorous, college preparatory curriculum in general and Judaic Studies. We are committed to an extensive enrichment program, including the arts and athletics. JCHS serves the San Francisco Bay Community and is open to all Jewish students regardless of prior Jewish educational experience. JCHS is guided by the rhythms of the Jewish calendar, Jewish culture and tradition, and by an inextricable link to the land of Israel. Our goal is to provide our students with the education necessary to gain acceptance into the finest colleges and universities and to engage in life-long Jewish learning. Our wish is to enable our graduates to employ the skills and lessons taught within our walls to their lives within both the Jewish and the wider community.

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Established in 1998.

In 1998, a group of school-aged parents met to discuss their dream of creating a Jewish community high school in the Bay Area. Through their commitment to provide a vibrant, challenging and nuturing place for their teens to learn, the Jewish Community High School of the Bay (JCHS) opened its doors in the fall of 2001 on the grounds of Congregation Kol Shofar in Tiburon, CA. It’s first freshman class was comprised of 21 students. In the fall of 2002, JCHS moved into its permanent home at 1835 Ellis Street in San Francisco’s Western Addition. The site, formerly the California College of Podiatric Medicine, was purchased and renovated through the generosity of Keren Keshet, a New York-based foundation.



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  • Bais Yaakov School For Girls

    All-girls (Jewish)

    7353 Beverly Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90036
    (323)938-3231

    Grades: 9-12 | 313 students

  • Bnos Devorah High School

    all-girls (Jewish)

    461nortlavrea Ave
    Los Angeles, CA 90036
    (323)930-0047

    Grades: 9-11 | 21 students

  • Bnos Esther

    All-girls (Jewish)

    (1)

    356 N Formosa Ave
    Los Angeles, CA 90036
    (323)933-4171

    Grades: 9-12 | 42 students


  • de Toldedo High School (formerly NCJHS)

    (Jewish)

    22622 Vanowen St.
    West Hills, CA 91307
    (818)348-0048

    Grades: 9-12 | n/a students

  • Harkham-gaon Acadamy

    (Jewish)

    5870 W Olyompic Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90036

    Grades: 9-12 | 42 students

  • Hebrew Academy

    (Jewish)

    (2)

    14401 Willow Lane
    Huntington Beach, CA 92647
    (714)898-0051

    Grades: PK-12 | 251 students

  • Jets Yeshivah

    All-boys | Alternative School (Jewish)

    16601 Rinaldi St
    Granada Hills, CA 91344
    (818)831-3000

    Grades: 9-12 | 17 students


  • Jewish Community High School Of The Bay

    (Jewish)

    1835 Ellis Street
    San Francisco, CA 94115
    (415)345-9777

    Grades: 9-12 | 157 students

  • Kehillah Jewish High School

    (Jewish)

    3900 Fabian Way
    Palo Alto, CA 94303
    (650)213-9600

    Grades: 9-12 | n/a students

  • L A Hebrew High School

    (Jewish)

    5900 Sepuldeda Blvd St 560
    Van Nuys, CA 91411
    (818)988-9321

    Grades: 8-12 | 295 students

  • Lisa Kampner Hebrew Academy

    Special Program Emphasis (Jewish)

    645 14th Ave
    San Francisco, CA 94118
    (415)752-7333

    Grades: 2-12 | 61 students

  • Los Angeles Hebrew High School

    Alternative School (Jewish)

    5900 Sepulveda Blvd Ste 560
    Van Nuys, CA 91411
    (818)901-8893

    Grades: 7-12 | 150 students

  • Meira Academy

    all-girls (Jewish)

    3921 Fabian Way
    Palo Alto, CA 94303

    Grades: 9-12 | 23 students

  • Mesivta Birkas Yitzchok

    All-boys (Jewish)

    6022 W Pico Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90035
    (323)937-4748

    Grades: 9-12 | 62 students

  • Mesivta Of Greater Los Angeles

    all-boys | Special Program Emphasis (Jewish)

    25115 Mureau Rd
    Calabasas, CA 91302
    (818)876-0550

    Grades: 9-12 | 60 students

  • Milken Community High School

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    15800 Zeldins Way
    Los Angeles, CA 90049
    (619)243-1400

    Grades: 7-12 | 755 students

  • Ner Aryeh Dba Usa Outreach

    All-boys (Jewish)

    12422 Chandler Blvd
    Valley Village, CA 91607
    (757)663-7279

    Grades: 9-11 | 24 students

  • Ohel Chana High School

    All-girls (Jewish)

    7659 Beverly Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90036
    (323)954-0900

    Grades: 9-12 | 99 students

  • Ohr Haemet Institute

    All-girls (Jewish)

    (1)

    1030 S Robertson Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90035
    (310)354-3006

    Grades: 9-12 | 20 students

  • San Diego Jewish Academy

    (Jewish)

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    11860 Carmel Creek Road
    San Diego, CA 92130
    (858)704-3717

    Grades: NS-12 | 573 students

  • Shalhevet High School

    (Jewish)

    910 S. Fairfax Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA 90036

    Grades: 9-12 | 224 students

  • Shalhevet School

    (Jewish)

    910 S Fairfax Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA 90036
    (323)930-9333

    Grades: 9-12 | 222 students

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    (Jewish)

    (6)

    5 Federation Way
    Irvine, CA 92603
    (949)509-9500

    Grades: PK-12 | 605 students

  • Torah High School Of San Diego

    all-girls (Jewish)

    9001 Towne Centre Dr
    San Diego, CA 92112
    (858)558-6880

    Grades: 9-12 | n/a students

  • Torah High Schools

    All-girls (Jewish)

    9001 Towne Centre Drive
    San Diego, CA 92122
    (858)558-6880

    Grades: 9-12 | n/a students

  • Valley Torah High School

    all-boys (Jewish)

    12517 Chandler Blvd
    Valley Village, CA 91607
    (818)505-7999

    Grades: 9-12 | 120 students

  • Valley Torah High School Girls Division

    all-girls (Jewish)

    12003 Riverside Dr Nth Hollywood
    Valley Village, CA 91607

    Grades: 9-12 | 65 students

  • Yeshiva Gedolah Of Los Angeles

    all-boys (Jewish)

    5444 W Olympic Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90036
    (323)938-2071

    Grades: 9-12 | 77 students

  • Yeshiva Ohr Elchonon Chabad – West Coast

    all-boys (Jewish)

    7215 Waring Ave
    Los Angeles, CA 90046
    (323)937-3763

    Grades: 9-12 | 129 students

  • Yeshivat Ohr Chanoch

    all-boys | Special Program Emphasis (Jewish)

    8906 W Pico Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90035

    Grades: 8-12 | 31 students

  • Yula Boys High School

    all-boys (Jewish)

    9760 W Pico Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90035
    (310)203-3180

    Grades: 9-12 | 170 students

  • Yula Girls High School

    all-girls (Jewish)

    1619 S. Robertson Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90035
    (310)203-0755

    Grades: 9-12 | 189 students


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