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Explore the health and wellbeing issues concerning strollers, skin and salsa dancing.
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Learn about Strollers, Skin and Salsa Dancing
Host: It’s the perfect day for taking baby out for a stroll. It gives mom and dad some much needed mental stimulation and baby sleeps well in long walks. So what constitutes a safe stroll for baby?
First of all, is baby the right size? A stroller that’s too small may have baby over balancing or worse, injuring her back as the support cushioning will be in the wrong places. Always make sure baby is snuggly clipped in, if you get into the habit of doing this while they are babes, you can avoid tantrums down the track. Be sure to check that the breaks are in good working order. It only takes a second of not paying attention for baby to roll away from you out onto the road or down a hill.
Don’t be tempted to place hot drinks on the top of the stroller above babies head even if there is a holder provided. All it takes is a large bump and a splash of liquid over 60 degrees Celsius for baby to get a painful scold. Baby may feel more comfortable facing towards you whilst in the stroller. It’s more calming to see mom’s or dad’s face than not of on coming stranger.
There are lots of nifty storage areas in modern strollers. Be sure not to overload the upper back pockets, in the case the whole thing over balances with baby on board. Check for wheel wear and tear, tighten the wobbly wheels, and replace stretchy worn tires. There's nothing less than crossing a busy road and having the tire flip off, and roll away, strollers need to be maintained. Don’t take strollers safety for granted. You have precious cargo on board.
Your skin is the largest organ you own. It’s a general reflection of how well things are going on the inside. It’s a little wonder, everybody wants that luminous glow. But can you buy it pre-packaged in a plastic container or is it a little more complicated than that? Pricy cosmetics offering the world for you and your skin may do more damage to your skin in the long run. Eating well, resting well, drinking plenty of water, and exercising are the simplest and best things you can do for your skin.
Male: There’s a huge cosmetic market in anti-aging creams and the vast majority of those creams which are bought over the counter probably don’t do anything more than act as sophisticated moisturizes. They’re not actually repairing the skin or turning back the aging process.
Host: Slathering your skin in petroleum derive contrabands delivers to your body a detailed chemical cocktail that it doesn’t have a hope in deciphering. Recent studies have noted contrabands bound to estrogen receptors found in breast tumors. Try to avoid these nasty preservatives. Smearing emulsified oil and water on your face, let’s face it, that’s what moisturizers actually are. What make new skin?
To make new skin, you need to eat nutrients and deliver these with blood to the peripheries of your body.
Get into the six step rhythm of an eight beats salsa. This exotic fusion of French dance zone and African rumba has it roots in the African Caribbean community. Most of the salsa kudos goes to Cuba who added Spanish troubadour and African drum beats then transported the whole movement over to New York who gave it the sexy name of “salsa.” And just like a quirky mix of exotic vegetables and a tasty dip, the name salsa refers to the dances mix heritage. The dance made by everyone for everyone.
Salsa is just as much about the music as it is about the dance. African slaves kept the drum beats on ships to keep up the spirits of the other captives. Now you can get into the groove too and keep the spirit of salsa alive. Salsa dancing incorporates three steps to a four beat measure and can be danced swiftly at 140 beats per minute.