Posts Tagged ‘health’

Uncircumcised versus Circumcised Baby Care(ie still has foreskin or lacking foreskin)

Pediatrician answers: How do I clean my baby’s genitalia? Should I retract it myself? We Americans have been indoctrinated with the belief that whole babies require inordinate amounts of cleaning. Is this really true? How to properly care for your uncut baby(It’s easy!): www.cirp.org Protecting your Uncut Son from Medical Personnel: www.mothering.com Reversing the epidemic of forcible retractions: www.kindredmedia.com.au FAQs About Foreskin Care: www.doctorsopposingcircumcision.org How do I care for my young son’s intact penis? The intact penis needs no special care. The foreskin should never be retracted by force. During the first few years of a male’s life, the inside fold of his foreskin is attached to his glans, very much the way the eyelids of a newborn kitten are sealed closed. The tissue that connects these two surfaces dissolves naturally over time – a process that should never be hurried. The foreskin can be retracted when its inside fold separates from the glans and its opening widens. This usually happens by age 18. Even if the glans and foreskin separate by themselves in infancy, the foreskin still may not be retractable then because the opening of a baby’s foreskin may be just large enough to allow for the passage of urine. The first person to retract a child’s foreskin should be the child himself. A very young boy usually pulls his foreskin outward. This is normal and natural and no cause for concern; he won’t hurt himself. Once a boy discovers that his

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[11.13.2009] Just a few thoughts I had about the need to construct an environment of mental protection. Sorry about the whirley-cam, but i think you can still get the message out of it. This is mostly a call to action, because after having done this activity, I’ve become so much more aware of the mental controls that we walk into and out of, when interacting with public places – gyms, schools, driving – everywhere there is something trying to steal away your footing on reality by introducing some nonsense, obviously trying to sell you some immediate gratification, but also trying to make you more susceptible to being controlled. Thoughts, suggestions welcome. With Love

Leisure for Life – Westminster London/UK

Westminster Sport and Leisure Westminsters leisure facilities offer sports opportunities for everyone. Our five indoor and two outdoor sites provide myriad services from gyms and swimming pools to basketball and kids activities. They also offer a wide range of sports schemes and courses. All our centres are open to the public on a casual (pay as you go) basis. This means there is no joining fee or contract so you can just turn up and play. Westminsters local centres are managed by Cannons Health and Fitness Limited (with the exception of Moberly Sports Centre). Courtneys fitness facilities are situated within your local leisure centre and offer convenience and great facilities at affordable prices. All of Westminster’s leisure centres are public facilities and most activities are available on a “pay as you play” basis. Some facilities and programmes have to be booked in advance but there is something for all ages and abilities. If you are a resident of Westminster and have a ResCard or you have a Concessions Card there are significant entry discounts. The disabled, unemployed or those who are senior citizens can get free access to swimming by Concession card use. To get a ResCard card, you can pop into your local Westminster library or One Stop Shop or alternatively visit the ResCard Web pages to find out more. Concession cards can be found at any of the leisure sites. Westminster Sports Unit The Westminster Sports Unit is a service provided by the City of Westminster to

The best way to burn fat (ABC Health)

www.abc.net.au Transcript: www.abc.net.au Exercise is important whether you need to lose weight or not. In fact, being fat but fit is considered healthier than being a skinny slob. Nonetheless plenty of us exercise with our waistlines in mind and we want to get bang for our buck. So what’s the best way to shed those kilos? Do we run, skip, cycle, walk or swim? Well, if you want a really efficient fat-burning program, rule number one is don’t waste too much time agonising over how to go about it. It’s true that running will see you burn roughly twice the kilojoules per hour as walking. But if you can only run for five minutes, whereas you could walk briskly for a full hour, then all other things being equal, your walking workout will see you shed more fat. Likewise, unless you really go hard, a 30 minute swim generally doesn’t pack as much punch as a brisk half-hour walk. But the upside of being held up by the water is that there’s less pressure on your ankles and knees. If that means you’ll work out more often, then swimming could well be the better way to go. So if you’re exercising for fat loss, the specific activity you choose is less important than whether you can sustain it. But what about the issue of intensity? One thing that generates confusion about this is a diagram you often see on equipment or on posters in gyms. It’s a graph that tells you what exercise ‘zone’ you’re in, based on your heart rate and your age. The so-called ‘fat burning zone’, is second from

Baby in the Womb at 12 Weeks Shows Signs of Free Will

During an ultrasound to see if all was well with our baby, apparently the activity of the office got this little moving all around the womb. Definitely already displaying traits of behavior that suprised us.

Hula-Hooping Back As Exercise Fad

It might have ended up as just another passing fitness fad from the 1950s, but hula-hooping appears to have caught on and stuck. The initial appeal is that it’s fun, but the hula hoop’s lasting value is that it is good for you. Fitness experts say an hour of intense hooping can burn as many calories as an hour-long run on a treadmill. The activity has gained thousands of followers worldwide. Classes in the US are typically offered in gyms and private studios, although enthusiasts often meet in public parks and recreation centers. Paige Kollock reports from New York.

Why is physical activity classes important?

So I need to write 100 words on why physical activity classes is important for my gym teacher because I forgot my gym clothes today. I can’t seem to get to 100 though. I only have about 60 words. I know the basics, like it’s good for your health and stuff. But I need 40 more words, and just can’t think of anything else. Can you help me out? Give me some reasons of why it’s important please.

Getting Camden Moving

The people of Camden share their experiences of some of NHS Camden’s initiatives to ….. Get Camden Moving

Brutal fun–crossfit

A CrossFit workout is often a mash-up of aerobic and anaerobic activity. Part of the culture is to push yourself –hard.

Media-Smart Youth Spring 2009 – Jungle Gym

Made by youth form the YMCA program at Gabilan Hills. The present a commercial promoting the use of jungle gyms as a healthy activity.

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