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Domestic Unit. The nuclear family may live together in a house, once the household unit is established. Many adult male members of the households spend considerable time in the men's houses as well. If there are gardens some distance from the central parish locale, then temporary houses are built there. People from other areas who have some obligations to a family may be adopted into the family. The term for a family is araalu, meaning "duration of the father." Married households have menstrual huts nearby that also function as birth huts.

Inheritance. The adult senior male distributes the wealth. Most items pass on to the next brother(s) in line, but pigs that the wife or daughters have tended become their property. Land is awarded through the male lineage. In cases of land shortage, the husband may return to the wife's domain to receive some land. People near death are encouraged to voice their will where shells, household goods, and common items are concerned.

White tigers are very popular with pseudo sanctuaries, breeders and exhibitors as they tend to bring in more visitors and more money. White tigers are Bengal tigers . They’re not albino or their own separate species, as many people think. White tigers occur when two Bengal tigers that carry a recessive gene controlling coat color are bred together.

It’s been said the entire captive white tiger population originated from one single white tiger and has been inbred ever since. In order to retain this recessive gene, zoos and breeders must continually inbreed father to daughter and father to granddaughter and so on. This inbreeding has caused many genetic problems with tigers such as cleft palates, scoliosis of the spine, mental impairments and crossed eyes. Many of the cubs that are born either in zoos or by breeders have to be ‘disposed’ of because they are malformed at birth.

White Bengal tigers have also been crossed with Siberian tigers to produce a larger specimen which in turn causes even more genetic problems. For years, breeders and exhibitors have been using the excuse that white tigers are an endangered species so they need to keep breeding them. This is completely false. Breeders of white tigers do not contribute to any species survival plan ; they are breeding for money.

In reality, the breeding of white tigers compounds the problem by giving the general public a completely incorrect image of these powerful wild predators. It’s also caused a giant surplus of normal golden-colored tigers in the private sector worldwide since most litters have several unwanted golden tigers, too. Out of a litter of cubs, the breeders will pick the white cubs that bring in a lot more money on the market and euthanize, inhumanely destroy or neglect the cubs that do not meet the color requirement.

You can read the June 2011 AZA White Paper declaring the practice of breeding white tigers as “not in adherence with AZA’s Board-approved Policy on the Presentation of Animals” HERE . 

Kesarin Chaichalermpol ( Thai : เกศรินทร์ ชัยเฉลิมพล ; rtgs :  Ketsarin Chaichaloemphon ) is a Thai actress who has acted under a number of stage names, particularly Nong Natt ( Thai : น้องแนท ; rtgs :  Nong Naet ) and Natt Chanapa ( Thai : แนท ชนาภา ; rtgs :  Naet Chanapha ). [2]

Her particular infamy surrounds pornographic videos released outside Thailand . [3] These videos led to her arrest and prosecution by the Thai police, as pornography is illegal in Thailand. [4] The videos featured her in hardcore porn acting with Caucasian and Japanese men. It was revealed that modeling and advertising companies, magazines and television programs have been offering her six-digit sums for modeling work since the accusation made media headlines. [5] She eventually had to pay a fine, received a suspended 6-month sentence, and probation for a year. Harsh punishment was nonexistent due to her popularity and lack of public outcry concerning the matter. [6]

Domestic Unit. The nuclear family may live together in a house, once the household unit is established. Many adult male members of the households spend considerable time in the men's houses as well. If there are gardens some distance from the central parish locale, then temporary houses are built there. People from other areas who have some obligations to a family may be adopted into the family. The term for a family is araalu, meaning "duration of the father." Married households have menstrual huts nearby that also function as birth huts.

Inheritance. The adult senior male distributes the wealth. Most items pass on to the next brother(s) in line, but pigs that the wife or daughters have tended become their property. Land is awarded through the male lineage. In cases of land shortage, the husband may return to the wife's domain to receive some land. People near death are encouraged to voice their will where shells, household goods, and common items are concerned.

White tigers are very popular with pseudo sanctuaries, breeders and exhibitors as they tend to bring in more visitors and more money. White tigers are Bengal tigers . They’re not albino or their own separate species, as many people think. White tigers occur when two Bengal tigers that carry a recessive gene controlling coat color are bred together.

It’s been said the entire captive white tiger population originated from one single white tiger and has been inbred ever since. In order to retain this recessive gene, zoos and breeders must continually inbreed father to daughter and father to granddaughter and so on. This inbreeding has caused many genetic problems with tigers such as cleft palates, scoliosis of the spine, mental impairments and crossed eyes. Many of the cubs that are born either in zoos or by breeders have to be ‘disposed’ of because they are malformed at birth.

White Bengal tigers have also been crossed with Siberian tigers to produce a larger specimen which in turn causes even more genetic problems. For years, breeders and exhibitors have been using the excuse that white tigers are an endangered species so they need to keep breeding them. This is completely false. Breeders of white tigers do not contribute to any species survival plan ; they are breeding for money.

In reality, the breeding of white tigers compounds the problem by giving the general public a completely incorrect image of these powerful wild predators. It’s also caused a giant surplus of normal golden-colored tigers in the private sector worldwide since most litters have several unwanted golden tigers, too. Out of a litter of cubs, the breeders will pick the white cubs that bring in a lot more money on the market and euthanize, inhumanely destroy or neglect the cubs that do not meet the color requirement.

You can read the June 2011 AZA White Paper declaring the practice of breeding white tigers as “not in adherence with AZA’s Board-approved Policy on the Presentation of Animals” HERE . 

Kesarin Chaichalermpol ( Thai : เกศรินทร์ ชัยเฉลิมพล ; rtgs :  Ketsarin Chaichaloemphon ) is a Thai actress who has acted under a number of stage names, particularly Nong Natt ( Thai : น้องแนท ; rtgs :  Nong Naet ) and Natt Chanapa ( Thai : แนท ชนาภา ; rtgs :  Naet Chanapha ). [2]

Her particular infamy surrounds pornographic videos released outside Thailand . [3] These videos led to her arrest and prosecution by the Thai police, as pornography is illegal in Thailand. [4] The videos featured her in hardcore porn acting with Caucasian and Japanese men. It was revealed that modeling and advertising companies, magazines and television programs have been offering her six-digit sums for modeling work since the accusation made media headlines. [5] She eventually had to pay a fine, received a suspended 6-month sentence, and probation for a year. Harsh punishment was nonexistent due to her popularity and lack of public outcry concerning the matter. [6]

My hypothesis is that the lifestyle and social conditions of particular tribes along with underlying genetic susceptibility are factors, which contribute to the prevalence of Type II Diabetes among Native Americans of the United States. This paper is an endeavor to gather information concerning the adaptive mechanism involved in the cause of Type II Diabetes among the Native American population, about how it differs from the rest of the population of the United States, how economic and social aspects of people living in areas served by the Indian Health Service influence the prevalence of diabetes, and the prognosis for delaying or stopping the onset of diabetes.

Type II Diabetes is also referred to as non-insulin dependent diabetes (NIDDM) or adult-onset diabetes. Individuals with NIDDM may have insulin concentrations that appear to be normal or high. This characteristic of Type II Diabetes sets it apart from Type I Diabetes (Insulin Dependent Diabetes, IDDM, or juvenile-onset diabetes), because in IDDM the pancreas no longer produces insulin. IDDM is the autoimmune form and results from the destruction of the pancreatic beta cells (Davidson, 1998). IDDM is associated with genetic mutations in the human leukocyte blood group (HLA) system (Shapiro, 1997). Approximately 75% of patients, who are diagnosed with this form of diabetes, are below 30 years of age (Davidson, 1998).

Complications can be peripheral vascular disease (leads to disruption of blood circulation in extremities, causing lower leg amputations) and diabetic neuropathy (leads to loss of feeling in limbs), proliferative diabetic retinopathy (lesions in the retina of the eye, bleeding, which leads to blindness), kidney disease (leads to kidney failure), coronary artery disease (leads to heart attack), stroke, periodontal disease, infection, ketoacidosis (leads to the build up of ketone or acetone bodies in the blood), and hypertension (Nashville Area Indian Health Service Diabetes Program, 1996).

Extensive research has been conducted to explain why a serious condition such as NIDDM has increased to epidemic proportions among American Indians, especially during modernization. Neel (1962) proposed the "thrifty"genotype model to explain why diabetes mellitus occurs at such high rates in some populations. He used this model to explain why excessive caloric intake, and rapid as well as elevated insulin secretion had enabled these populations of hunter-gatherers to survive sporadic food availability under feast or famine conditions. Since 1962 an updated model has been developed because of increasing information about the metabolism of diabetes mellitus (Cahill, 1979; Neel, 1982; Bindon, 1983; Baker, 1984; Zimmet, 1989; Bindon and Baker, 1997).

One such revision was by Neel (1976) himself, who stated that the "thrifty" genotype model involved a distinct type of diabetes mellitus, NIDDM, which was separate in etiology from IDDM. He stated that heterogeneity of diabetes had finally been recognized. In 1962 he had focused on the acute symptoms of IDDM. He revised his hypothesis, because of the evidence showing that civilized man had a relatively high frequency of diabetes mellitus. Since diabetes occurred at a low frequency in primitive man, Neel felt that further research must be undertaken. He speculated that the "thrifty genotype" could be needed in the future, considering the problems facing the world with overpopulation and decreasing food supplies (Neel, 1976).

Domestic Unit. The nuclear family may live together in a house, once the household unit is established. Many adult male members of the households spend considerable time in the men's houses as well. If there are gardens some distance from the central parish locale, then temporary houses are built there. People from other areas who have some obligations to a family may be adopted into the family. The term for a family is araalu, meaning "duration of the father." Married households have menstrual huts nearby that also function as birth huts.

Inheritance. The adult senior male distributes the wealth. Most items pass on to the next brother(s) in line, but pigs that the wife or daughters have tended become their property. Land is awarded through the male lineage. In cases of land shortage, the husband may return to the wife's domain to receive some land. People near death are encouraged to voice their will where shells, household goods, and common items are concerned.

White tigers are very popular with pseudo sanctuaries, breeders and exhibitors as they tend to bring in more visitors and more money. White tigers are Bengal tigers . They’re not albino or their own separate species, as many people think. White tigers occur when two Bengal tigers that carry a recessive gene controlling coat color are bred together.

It’s been said the entire captive white tiger population originated from one single white tiger and has been inbred ever since. In order to retain this recessive gene, zoos and breeders must continually inbreed father to daughter and father to granddaughter and so on. This inbreeding has caused many genetic problems with tigers such as cleft palates, scoliosis of the spine, mental impairments and crossed eyes. Many of the cubs that are born either in zoos or by breeders have to be ‘disposed’ of because they are malformed at birth.

White Bengal tigers have also been crossed with Siberian tigers to produce a larger specimen which in turn causes even more genetic problems. For years, breeders and exhibitors have been using the excuse that white tigers are an endangered species so they need to keep breeding them. This is completely false. Breeders of white tigers do not contribute to any species survival plan ; they are breeding for money.

In reality, the breeding of white tigers compounds the problem by giving the general public a completely incorrect image of these powerful wild predators. It’s also caused a giant surplus of normal golden-colored tigers in the private sector worldwide since most litters have several unwanted golden tigers, too. Out of a litter of cubs, the breeders will pick the white cubs that bring in a lot more money on the market and euthanize, inhumanely destroy or neglect the cubs that do not meet the color requirement.

You can read the June 2011 AZA White Paper declaring the practice of breeding white tigers as “not in adherence with AZA’s Board-approved Policy on the Presentation of Animals” HERE . 

Domestic Unit. The nuclear family may live together in a house, once the household unit is established. Many adult male members of the households spend considerable time in the men's houses as well. If there are gardens some distance from the central parish locale, then temporary houses are built there. People from other areas who have some obligations to a family may be adopted into the family. The term for a family is araalu, meaning "duration of the father." Married households have menstrual huts nearby that also function as birth huts.

Inheritance. The adult senior male distributes the wealth. Most items pass on to the next brother(s) in line, but pigs that the wife or daughters have tended become their property. Land is awarded through the male lineage. In cases of land shortage, the husband may return to the wife's domain to receive some land. People near death are encouraged to voice their will where shells, household goods, and common items are concerned.

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Domestic Unit. The nuclear family may live together in a house, once the household unit is established. Many adult male members of the households spend considerable time in the men's houses as well. If there are gardens some distance from the central parish locale, then temporary houses are built there. People from other areas who have some obligations to a family may be adopted into the family. The term for a family is araalu, meaning "duration of the father." Married households have menstrual huts nearby that also function as birth huts.

Inheritance. The adult senior male distributes the wealth. Most items pass on to the next brother(s) in line, but pigs that the wife or daughters have tended become their property. Land is awarded through the male lineage. In cases of land shortage, the husband may return to the wife's domain to receive some land. People near death are encouraged to voice their will where shells, household goods, and common items are concerned.

White tigers are very popular with pseudo sanctuaries, breeders and exhibitors as they tend to bring in more visitors and more money. White tigers are Bengal tigers . They’re not albino or their own separate species, as many people think. White tigers occur when two Bengal tigers that carry a recessive gene controlling coat color are bred together.

It’s been said the entire captive white tiger population originated from one single white tiger and has been inbred ever since. In order to retain this recessive gene, zoos and breeders must continually inbreed father to daughter and father to granddaughter and so on. This inbreeding has caused many genetic problems with tigers such as cleft palates, scoliosis of the spine, mental impairments and crossed eyes. Many of the cubs that are born either in zoos or by breeders have to be ‘disposed’ of because they are malformed at birth.

White Bengal tigers have also been crossed with Siberian tigers to produce a larger specimen which in turn causes even more genetic problems. For years, breeders and exhibitors have been using the excuse that white tigers are an endangered species so they need to keep breeding them. This is completely false. Breeders of white tigers do not contribute to any species survival plan ; they are breeding for money.

In reality, the breeding of white tigers compounds the problem by giving the general public a completely incorrect image of these powerful wild predators. It’s also caused a giant surplus of normal golden-colored tigers in the private sector worldwide since most litters have several unwanted golden tigers, too. Out of a litter of cubs, the breeders will pick the white cubs that bring in a lot more money on the market and euthanize, inhumanely destroy or neglect the cubs that do not meet the color requirement.

You can read the June 2011 AZA White Paper declaring the practice of breeding white tigers as “not in adherence with AZA’s Board-approved Policy on the Presentation of Animals” HERE . 

Kesarin Chaichalermpol ( Thai : เกศรินทร์ ชัยเฉลิมพล ; rtgs :  Ketsarin Chaichaloemphon ) is a Thai actress who has acted under a number of stage names, particularly Nong Natt ( Thai : น้องแนท ; rtgs :  Nong Naet ) and Natt Chanapa ( Thai : แนท ชนาภา ; rtgs :  Naet Chanapha ). [2]

Her particular infamy surrounds pornographic videos released outside Thailand . [3] These videos led to her arrest and prosecution by the Thai police, as pornography is illegal in Thailand. [4] The videos featured her in hardcore porn acting with Caucasian and Japanese men. It was revealed that modeling and advertising companies, magazines and television programs have been offering her six-digit sums for modeling work since the accusation made media headlines. [5] She eventually had to pay a fine, received a suspended 6-month sentence, and probation for a year. Harsh punishment was nonexistent due to her popularity and lack of public outcry concerning the matter. [6]

My hypothesis is that the lifestyle and social conditions of particular tribes along with underlying genetic susceptibility are factors, which contribute to the prevalence of Type II Diabetes among Native Americans of the United States. This paper is an endeavor to gather information concerning the adaptive mechanism involved in the cause of Type II Diabetes among the Native American population, about how it differs from the rest of the population of the United States, how economic and social aspects of people living in areas served by the Indian Health Service influence the prevalence of diabetes, and the prognosis for delaying or stopping the onset of diabetes.

Type II Diabetes is also referred to as non-insulin dependent diabetes (NIDDM) or adult-onset diabetes. Individuals with NIDDM may have insulin concentrations that appear to be normal or high. This characteristic of Type II Diabetes sets it apart from Type I Diabetes (Insulin Dependent Diabetes, IDDM, or juvenile-onset diabetes), because in IDDM the pancreas no longer produces insulin. IDDM is the autoimmune form and results from the destruction of the pancreatic beta cells (Davidson, 1998). IDDM is associated with genetic mutations in the human leukocyte blood group (HLA) system (Shapiro, 1997). Approximately 75% of patients, who are diagnosed with this form of diabetes, are below 30 years of age (Davidson, 1998).

Complications can be peripheral vascular disease (leads to disruption of blood circulation in extremities, causing lower leg amputations) and diabetic neuropathy (leads to loss of feeling in limbs), proliferative diabetic retinopathy (lesions in the retina of the eye, bleeding, which leads to blindness), kidney disease (leads to kidney failure), coronary artery disease (leads to heart attack), stroke, periodontal disease, infection, ketoacidosis (leads to the build up of ketone or acetone bodies in the blood), and hypertension (Nashville Area Indian Health Service Diabetes Program, 1996).

Extensive research has been conducted to explain why a serious condition such as NIDDM has increased to epidemic proportions among American Indians, especially during modernization. Neel (1962) proposed the "thrifty"genotype model to explain why diabetes mellitus occurs at such high rates in some populations. He used this model to explain why excessive caloric intake, and rapid as well as elevated insulin secretion had enabled these populations of hunter-gatherers to survive sporadic food availability under feast or famine conditions. Since 1962 an updated model has been developed because of increasing information about the metabolism of diabetes mellitus (Cahill, 1979; Neel, 1982; Bindon, 1983; Baker, 1984; Zimmet, 1989; Bindon and Baker, 1997).

One such revision was by Neel (1976) himself, who stated that the "thrifty" genotype model involved a distinct type of diabetes mellitus, NIDDM, which was separate in etiology from IDDM. He stated that heterogeneity of diabetes had finally been recognized. In 1962 he had focused on the acute symptoms of IDDM. He revised his hypothesis, because of the evidence showing that civilized man had a relatively high frequency of diabetes mellitus. Since diabetes occurred at a low frequency in primitive man, Neel felt that further research must be undertaken. He speculated that the "thrifty genotype" could be needed in the future, considering the problems facing the world with overpopulation and decreasing food supplies (Neel, 1976).

Domestic Unit. The nuclear family may live together in a house, once the household unit is established. Many adult male members of the households spend considerable time in the men's houses as well. If there are gardens some distance from the central parish locale, then temporary houses are built there. People from other areas who have some obligations to a family may be adopted into the family. The term for a family is araalu, meaning "duration of the father." Married households have menstrual huts nearby that also function as birth huts.

Inheritance. The adult senior male distributes the wealth. Most items pass on to the next brother(s) in line, but pigs that the wife or daughters have tended become their property. Land is awarded through the male lineage. In cases of land shortage, the husband may return to the wife's domain to receive some land. People near death are encouraged to voice their will where shells, household goods, and common items are concerned.

Domestic Unit. The nuclear family may live together in a house, once the household unit is established. Many adult male members of the households spend considerable time in the men's houses as well. If there are gardens some distance from the central parish locale, then temporary houses are built there. People from other areas who have some obligations to a family may be adopted into the family. The term for a family is araalu, meaning "duration of the father." Married households have menstrual huts nearby that also function as birth huts.

Inheritance. The adult senior male distributes the wealth. Most items pass on to the next brother(s) in line, but pigs that the wife or daughters have tended become their property. Land is awarded through the male lineage. In cases of land shortage, the husband may return to the wife's domain to receive some land. People near death are encouraged to voice their will where shells, household goods, and common items are concerned.

White tigers are very popular with pseudo sanctuaries, breeders and exhibitors as they tend to bring in more visitors and more money. White tigers are Bengal tigers . They’re not albino or their own separate species, as many people think. White tigers occur when two Bengal tigers that carry a recessive gene controlling coat color are bred together.

It’s been said the entire captive white tiger population originated from one single white tiger and has been inbred ever since. In order to retain this recessive gene, zoos and breeders must continually inbreed father to daughter and father to granddaughter and so on. This inbreeding has caused many genetic problems with tigers such as cleft palates, scoliosis of the spine, mental impairments and crossed eyes. Many of the cubs that are born either in zoos or by breeders have to be ‘disposed’ of because they are malformed at birth.

White Bengal tigers have also been crossed with Siberian tigers to produce a larger specimen which in turn causes even more genetic problems. For years, breeders and exhibitors have been using the excuse that white tigers are an endangered species so they need to keep breeding them. This is completely false. Breeders of white tigers do not contribute to any species survival plan ; they are breeding for money.

In reality, the breeding of white tigers compounds the problem by giving the general public a completely incorrect image of these powerful wild predators. It’s also caused a giant surplus of normal golden-colored tigers in the private sector worldwide since most litters have several unwanted golden tigers, too. Out of a litter of cubs, the breeders will pick the white cubs that bring in a lot more money on the market and euthanize, inhumanely destroy or neglect the cubs that do not meet the color requirement.

You can read the June 2011 AZA White Paper declaring the practice of breeding white tigers as “not in adherence with AZA’s Board-approved Policy on the Presentation of Animals” HERE .