Sumamente agradecido con la oportunidad de poder compartir con tantas personas maravillosas y con tanto conocimiento. .
COHES fue sin duda, una experiencia enriquecedora. .
Aprovecho el momento, para felicitar y reconocer la labor de todos mis colegas, en el Día del Médico Dominicano.
Short stories by Dr Sara Sienna #10 "Death By Grit Cardio"
I can't believe I got us sponsored by @thegymgroup ! All the sleepless nights investing in the fitness society that I started at my University has been worth it. 200 members and £8000 raised? Heck, I wouldn't change a thing. Today we have a brand new class, Grit Cardio, lead by one of the PT's from the gym. 40 fresh faced students are here.
I take my place at the front of the class. As the president of FitClub, I need to be seen as fit & enthusiastic. I try to encourage them that they can do it too by shouting things like "Keep going! We can do it!", because with great power comes great responsibility. Grit Cardio. How hard can it be?... .
. Where am I?
Lord have mercy I don't know where I am. Did I pass out? I think I passed out for a moment there.
He just didn't stop. He made us do burpee after mother frickin burpee. Others in the class stopped after five mintues but as the official Morale booster of the club, I had no choice but to carry on. I think I felt my fibula crack on burpee number 37. My will to live went around number 48 and I'm genuinely unsure if that is sweat on my knees or if I am now incontinent. "Do you want to use my inhaler?" Asks a fellow fitclubber. The whole class is watching me.
"No... no ...thanks" I gasp. "I'm *wheeze* not *gasp* asthmatic". I glance over at the PT.
Was he a secret assasin sent to finish me off? He has done the whole class too. So by what witchcraft are his legs still standing? Does he honestly think that number of burpees, high knees and lunge jumps is legal? 'I can't die like this,' I tell myself. I must live long enough to sue him. "Lets go! Rest over!" Shouts the clinically insane PT. I should tackle him. Physically remove his from the class for attempted murder. But I am too weak, so instead I smile and utter "Lets *gasp* go girls! We *gasp* can do it!" They know that I am lying.
Two weeks later, the PT messages me to offer another free class.
I do the right thing (for my fitclub gals of course) and block his number. For we are way too young to die.
What to Do if Your Child Has an Epileptic Seizure:
Most epileptic seizures are over so quickly that you don't really have much time to do anything. After it's over, you simply make sure that the child wasn't injured.
Tonic-clonic seizures are the most dramatic and frightening of the seizures, and they usually last longer than other seizures. Here are some suggestions for handling them: •Move things out of the way so the child won't injure him or herself.
•Loosen any tight clothing around the neck.
•Put a pillow or something soft under the head.
•Lay him or her on one side.
Time the seizure.
Call an ambulance about a seizure if: •The child was injured during the seizure
•The child may have inhaled water
•The seizure lasted longer than five minutes
•There is no known history of seizures
Things not to do during a seizure: •Don't put anything in the mouth. First of all, despite what you've heard, it's impossible to swallow your tongue and choke. While the child may bite his or her tongue during a seizure, trying to cram something in the mouth probably won't work to prevent this. You may also get bitten, or you may break some of the child's teeth or your child may break the object and choke or aspirate..
•Don't try to hold the child down. People, even children, have remarkable muscular strength during seizures. Trying to pin a child with a seizure to the ground isn't easy and it won't do any good, anyway.
•Don't give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation until the seizure is over.After the seizure has ended, give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation if the person is not breathing.
•Don't call an ambulance during a typical seizure. For a lot of people, the first response to seeing a seizure is to call 911. But for the vast majority of seizures, that isn't necessary. It's also frightening for a child to spend an afternoon in the hospital unnecessarily. Instead, only call for medical help if the child is injured during the seizure, if a seizure lasts more than five minutes, or if it seems like one seizure is immediately following the previous one.
PIATTO UNICO CON RIGATONI AL KAMUT SALMONE E ZUCCHINE
Il SALMONE fresco rappresenta una buona fonte di proteine, vitamine B e D, magnesio e selenio. La variante affumicata, inoltre, contiene DHA (acido docosaesaenoico) ed EPA (acido eicosapentaenoico), nonché acidi grassi omega-3 associati a un minor rischio di malattie cardiache, degenerazione maculare e morbo di Alzheimer.
Le ZUCCHINE contengono sodio, ottimo per combattere l'ipertensione; la fibra alimentare che aiuta organismo ad esplellere il colesterolo cattivo (ldl); le vitamine C ed A ed inoltre contengono pochissime calorie!
La pasta di KAMUT ha un buon contenuto proteico (che oscilla tra il 10 e il 18%, mentre normalmente la pasta ne contiene percentuali inferiori, solitamente circa il 9% e non più del 12%); sono presenti oligominerali, come zinco, magnesio e selenio, e vitamine quali quelle del gruppo E, K, A e B.
In una padella ho cotto le zucchine con un goccio d'acqua e della cipolla. A metà cottura ho aggiunto il salmone rompendolo con una forchetta.Scolata la pasta l'ho condita nella stessa padella aggiungendo un goccio di olio extra vergine di oliva.
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