original cast of Star Wars takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge! ;
Han Solo just become a lot cooler way as Harrison Ford became the latest celebrity to take the challenge ice Cube. The 72-year-old actor is recovering from a broken ankle and took the challenge after being named to a researcher for ALS. original cast members Harrison – Mark Hamill, Peter Mayhew and R2-D2 all took part in the challenge
ice cube Challenge in India
personality Twitter favorite, finally took ALS ice bucket challenge, but not before removing your swimsuit and then challenging the three Khan – Aamir, Salman and Shah Rukh! The actress was nominated by riders Red FM radio and posted the video on his YouTube channel!
Why Priyanka Chopra and Sonam Kapoor denied Ice Cube Challenge
Priyanka Chopra and Sonam Kapoor have also jumped on the bandwagon not to pour ice water over their heads.
– PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) 24 August, 2014
link shared by Priyanka shows an Australian news reader Lincoln Humphries, who firmly shut the idea down. Humphries recognized the good that the challenge ice cube has done, then suggested some other things you can do to make a difference, including spreading the love around other worthy causes such as cancer and charities freshwater and not lose so much ice. Sonam Kapoor, who was questioned by Pulkit Samrat also refused to accept the challenge. ‘@PulkitSamrat Already made a donation !! No discharge of wastewater resource! “She wrote.
single ice cube Challenge Sonakshi Sinha
Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha could have taken the ALS ice bucket challenge without being nominated by anyone but she definitely gave a strong message through your video uploaded on Facebook. instead of pouring ice water, actress a cube that contains only an ice bucket on his head turned further urged everyone to save water and instead just donate money for the cause Here’s all the news.. ALS ice bucket Challenge: Sonakshi Sinha is challenged without being nominated
therefore, in a country where water scarcity is one of the biggest unsolved problems, does it make any sense to continue viral trend and wastewater, taking the ice bucket challenge?
Of course, the challenge encourages people to donate and help raise money for a good cause, but the ultimate goal of creating awareness about the disease through social networks he has been largely achieved. Therefore, Indians should also participate in the challenge of spreading awareness about ALS in India? Not a bad idea, but at the same time, India is also aware of several other problems that are much bigger than ALS.
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Forget Ice Cube challenge, t Rice Bucket challenge is here …
Forget Ice Cube Challenge ALS; the desi Rice Cube Challenge is here that makes much more sense to pour ice water on the head of a condition that very few Indians are likely to get. The Cube Challenge Rice, on the other hand addresses some of the most serious problems facing our country as poverty and malnutrition. Inspired by the challenge ELA, this challenge was initiated based in Hyderabad Manju Latha Kalanidhi who came up with this ingenious way to help the poor. ‘Indian version needs India, “he says in the official Facebook page .
How to take the challenge Rice cube?
What is the challenge ALS Bucket?
Well the challenge is to pour a bucket of a bucket of ice water over their heads to raise awareness and fight against ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) or Lou Gehrig’s disease. The challenge is simple, ice water over his head and then poured challenge someone else to do it. The person in question has to do it within 24 hours or donate $ 100 to fight ALS. Even if a person completes the challenge, you are welcome to donate money.
What is ALS?
“ALS is a disease of the nervous system that affects motor neurons in the brain and spinal cord,” says Dr. Sudhir Kumar, senior neurologist Institute neurosciences, Hyderabad. These motor neurons carry signals from the brain to the spinal cord and spinal cord to the muscles throughout the body. “the disease is progressive in nature, meaning that once it starts affecting all parts of the body and can even cause complete loss of muscle movement and coordination. There is absolutely no hope for improvement in ALS and in later stages the patient loses the ability to grasp things, talk or even move anywhere on the body, “he explains.
the ALS Association accredits Pete Frates, a former baseball player Boston College to the popular challenge. he has been living with the disease since 2012, and has become a phenomenon and Frates took the challenge late last month.
has helped increase awareness?
the ALS Association has already received more than $ 4 million in donations between July 29 and 12th of August, which suggests that people are certainly aware of the condition Read more about -. ALS causes, diagnosis, symptoms and diagnosis
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