Transcript: Early development Family history Multiple targets Unusual gender pattern, ex: men with breast cancer Cancer family syndrome-a lot of family members with cancer Meningitis Lowering your Risk Hepatitis C Who is at Risk? Preventing Cancer and Other Illnesses What to Do When You Catch a Cold Attacks the membranes around the brain and spinal cord Can result in hearing loss, kidney failure, and permanent brain damage. About 2,400 to 3,000 cases occur every year and 10% are fatal. Can be spread through coughing, kissing, sharing drinks, utensils or cigarettes. How are they Spread Kristen Gawenus Michelle Malcolm Heidi Wu Karr Mullen Common Cold 2% of Americans have Hepatitis C Most people do not realize they have it Transmitted through needles and blood. Develop progressive, irreversible liver damage. Signs of Inherited Cancers Stay smoke-free Eat Smart Healthy weight Limit exposure to environmental risks Type 1- Insulin-dependent diabetes Type 2- non-insulin-dependent diabetes Who Does it Affect? Treatments are as follows: Ibuprofen for aches, antihistamines, and nasal sprays. Breast Cancer Prevention Most common in the first year of life Rises in young people from the ages 15 and 24 Freshman living in dorms are three times more likely to get it. 1.37 million individuals are diagnosed with cancer each year. Relative risk compares the risk of developing cancer in people with a certain exposure or trait to the risk in those who do not. Types of Diabetes Cold viruses spread by coughs sneezes touch What Could Happen? Less serious Transmitted through poor sanitation Children and staff at day cares, people who work with primates and sanitation workers are more likely to get hepatitis a. If one does not take care of their diabetes they could go blind, have kidney failure, cardiovascular disease and premature death. Eat healthy Keep weight down Exercise regularly. Obesity Diabetes Obesity causes 90,000 cancer deaths a year. The higher ones BMI their risk of death increases. Breast, colon, gallbladder and kidney cancer are only a few cancers that are related to obesity. Who is at Risk? Influenza 500,000 Americans contract hepatitis each year It causes inflammation of the liver Symptoms include: headaches, fever, fatigue, stiff or aching joints, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. There are approximately 200 cold viruses. Americans alone come down with 1 billion colds a year. Colds can occur in any season, however you can become immune to a few colds one season and then catch a cold another season. Rhinoviruses are common in the spring, summer and early fall. They include stuffy noses, headaches, and runny eyes. Adenoviruses strike in the winter and deal mainly with breathing passages and fevers. More severe than a cold 10-20% develop the Flu each year 36000 die from the Flu Transmitted the same way as a cold Can prevent getting the flu by receiving a flu shot or FLuMist which is a nose spray. Types of Cancer Carcinoma- most common, in the layers of cells that cover the body's surface. Sarcoma- forms in the connective tissues: bones, muscles, blood vessels. Leukemia- begins in the blood and then goes to your bone marrow, lymph nodes, and spleen. Lymphoma- harms your lymph system which filters out impurities. Every 3 minutes a woman in the US finds out she has breast cancer. Age: At 25 her chance of developing breast cancer is 1 in 19,608. By 45 it increases to 1 in 93 and by 65, it is 1 in 17. By 90-95, 1 in 8 women will have developed breast cancer. Family history Having a mother, sister, or daughter with breast cancer increases their chance of getting it as well. Women who had their first period before 12 are at a greater risk than those who did not. That is because of the amount of estrogen which is known to cause cancer if their is too much. Detection: Perform monthly breast self-exams after period. One must report any changes right away and to see a trained practitioner every 3 years and a yearly mammogram for all women starting at 40. Treatment: Lumpectomy which removes only the cancerous tissue and a Mastectomy which includes the entire breast and some underarm lymph node. It is a disease in which the body doesn't produce or respond properly to insulin. About 100 million people worldwide have diabetes and 16 million are in the US. Melanoma Potentially fatal, transmitted through blood and other bodily fluids. Infects around 350,000 people world wide each year. Can lead to chronic liver infection, cirrhosis, and liver cancer. Cancer Hepatitis Combination of interferon that stops the virus from duplicating and also ribavirin which is an antiviral medication. Deadliest type of skin cancer. The amount and intensity of sun exposure determine the risk of getting it. People who are more likely to get melanoma are people with fair skin, freckles, history of childhood sunburn, family history and a large number of moles. Cancer Hereditary cancer is when you carry a cancer-causing gene and is passed down from generation to
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Transcript: Vision - Mission Being a model company in fitness gyms, maintaining a strategy of profitable and professional business for the benefit and satisfaction of our members to improve their quality of life and health. Always offer an excellent personal service with innovative techniques keeping us at the forefront of the fitness disciplines. maintaining a profitable strategy, professional operation, competitiveness, quality, price, service and efficiency for the benefit of our partners and the public. Being the best American gym, giving priority to the needs of our partners and the promotion of sport and health.
Transcript: Soccer: Kicking a soccer ball Tactical Concepts: This play can be used to confuse the goalie or to use for a corner kick in soccer Crossing in Front of the goal- Two strikers are attacking the goal, and their paths cross whilst doing so. Our players are always behind the ball when the final pass comes in. This is to confuse the goalie to score. 1.Two players from the line on the end line check in to the player with the ball. 2. The two checking players should be about 5-7 yards apart from each other when checking. 3. The top player plays the ball in towards the front checking player and sprints around the stick on the sidelines closest to him. 4. The first checking player dummies the run by stepping over the ball and letting it run between their legs. 5. The front player then sprints around the back stick and makes a run to the back post. 6. The back checking player plays a 1st time ball into the space of the outside stick for the top player to cross on one touch and sprints around the closest stick and makes the front post run. Detailed preactice plan Basketball 1. Run towards the ball or stand behind it 2. Plant your non-kicking foot at the side of the ball 3.Swing kicking leg back and bend knee 4.Bring foot towards the ball (use the inside of your foot) 5. have contact with ball 6. Follow through kick Comparing Soccer to another sport: Passing Drills: stamina, speed, leg muscle strength, good attitude, determination, footwork, ball handling, hand eye (hand-foot) coordination, multitasking, team work Kicking a ball Strategy: 1.Three players per drill group are utilized. The distance form A to B is about 10 yards and the distance between B to C is about 10 yards. 2. Player A dribbles a few times and sends a lead pass to B. 3. B dribbles a few times and sends a square pass to C 4. C then passes to A and this cycles is repeated down the field
Transcript: setting Students will learn how to set the ball for other teamates so they can properly hit the ball. Spiking Conclusion Physical Education. Also known as the "dig pass" or "bump pass" this pass is used to recieve serves, free balls off speed spikes. is here Forarem pass And one more thing... Thank you for your attention! Usually preformed on the third hit of one team after the setter has the ball up in the air.
Transcript: How Nikes Work Nike Shox Nike Shox are the most commonly sold nikes. They are mostly used for casual walking shoes and can also be used for running. There are usually four "shox" that take in the impact of every step. Every time a step is taken the impact is not going to your heel like normal shoes the impact goes to the middle of your foot. Also while running the force that the shox take in bounces off the shoe and then you get more power with each step. This will help you run a lot faster, and go farther with each step. Nike Air Nike air have been in style since the 1990's. The shoes have air in the heel to make every step feel cushioned. Some of the nike airs aren't for cushioning though... Some of them are for sports just like most nike shoes. All the different types of nike air have all different types of air. Some have pressured air for higher jump. These are one of the longest lasting nikes. AIR BUBBLE NIKE FLYWIRE Nike flywire was invented by Jay Meschter a nike shoe designer. He took a shoe which was in the shape of a foot and he wanted to make it very lightweight. He used long stitching that would allow the shoe to not have a lot of weight on it... The shoe contains nothing extra it only contains what is absoululey needed in order for the shoe to stay together. Some of these shoes are one of the most lightweight shoes in the world. One of them only weighed 93 grams!!!! I hope you learne a lot about nikes and what the most important ones are used for. Make a good decision on the next time you buy sneakers for any sport. These kinds of shoes are mostly used for short distance running since they are so light in weight. They can also be used for long distance running too. Thank you for your attention! Conclusion
Transcript: Nobody knows babies like we do! Quality products . Good Customer service. Every Kid really loves this store.. BABYLOU ABOUT US About Us BabyLou was established in 2004. It has been more than a decade since we started, where we have ensured to take care of every need and want of every child and infant under one roof, true to the caption “NO BODY KNOWS BABIES LIKE WE DO”. Our benchmark is to provide 100% customer service and satisfaction and continue to deliver the same with a wide range of toys, garments and Baby Products. Play and Create We Are Best 01 02 03 Block games Building Blocks help Kids to use their brain. PLAY TO LEARN in Crusing Adventures Our Discoveries Enjoy a sunny vacation aboard a luxury yacht with the LEGO® Creator 3in1 31083 Cruising Adventures set. This ship has all the comforts you need, including a well-equipped cabin and a toilet. Sail away to a sunny bay and take the cool water scooter to the beach. Build a sandcastle, enjoy a picnic, go surfing or check out the cute sea creatures before you head back to the yacht for a spot of fishing. Escape into the mountains Disney Little Princes in Also available for your Babies..... Also... Out of The World… Our reponsibility BABYLOU…. Our Responsibility All children have the right to fun, creative and engaging play experiences. Play is essential because when children play, they learn. As a provider of play experiences, we must ensure that our behaviour and actions are responsible towards all children and towards our stakeholders, society and the environment. We are committed to continue earning the trust our stakeholders place in us, and we are always inspired by children to be the best we can be. Innovate for children We aim to inspire children through our unique playful learning experiences and to play an active role in making a global difference on product safety while being dedicated promoters of responsibility towards children.
Transcript: Obstacle 3 The object of Parkour is to run and run and run and you don't have a destination. You just keep free-running at buildings, climb the walls and jump over things. Some drills you can do to improve your ability at Parkour is: -Running for miles at a time -Practice Jumping maneuvers (height, distance, etc) -Anything really to get you physically fit. Parkour is a way to get from one destination to another in a fun and creative way. it's a good way of self-expression and its a fun way to be physically fit. 2 major components needed for Parkour is Strength and Speed. You also have to be able to quickly form a target. Video of AMAZING Parkour Skills Goal Drills Rotation It really just depends on what direction and everything you're going as to how you would rotate your body. Why Parkour is Fun Your overall weight should be forward when you are running. But it also depends on what your target and environment is. For example, if you're climbing a wall, your momentum will not be forward. There will be no momentum. Obstacle 1 One of the skills in Parkour is jumping. You have to know how to balance your weight when jumping for object to object so you don't get injured, because it is extremely dangerous. Obstacle 2 http://vimeo.com/15433780 Parkour Body Position It doesn't really require a starting position, but you have to be ready to run. Start
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