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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Disco Can Save Lives "Dance Partey"

Ken Jeong suits up in new Stayin' Alive video to promote Hands-Only CPR 
using the tune of "Stayin' Alive" disco music.

View the Ken Jeong Behind the Scenes - AHA CPR video
In this video Ken Jeong suits up in the American Heart Association's new Stayin' Alive video to promote Hands-Only CPR, and here he discusses his passion for the AHA and 
the importance of administering CPR if you witness an event.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

7 Things About Your Other Health

There are seven things that men do not know (but they should) about their sexual health. These must must be discussed more often.

1. Reason Men Fall Asleep After Sex.

Friday, February 3, 2012

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Baby Health - Mouth and Teeth Care

Baby teeth are important because they allow an infant

Primary Teeth Development Chart

Primary Teeth Development Chart

Upper Teeth        When tooth emerges    When tooth falls out
Central incisor    -    8 to 12 months     -    6 to 7 years
Lateral incisor    -    9 to 13 months     -   7 to 8 years
Canine (cuspid)  -   16 to 22 months     -   10 to 12 years
First molar         -    13 to 19 months     -   9 to 11 years
Second molar    -    25 to 33 months     -   10 to 12 years

Lower Teeth        
Second molar   -     23 to 31 months     -   10 to 12 years
First molar        -    14 to 18 months    -     9 to 11 years
Canine (cuspid) -    17 to 23 months  -       9 to 12 years
Lateral incisor   -    10 to 16 months   -     7 to 8 years
Central incisor   -   6 to 10 months      -    6 to 7 years

Other primary tooth eruption facts:

A general rule of thumb is that for every 6 months of life, approximately 4 teeth will erupt.
Girls generally precede boys in tooth eruption
Lower teeth usually erupt before upper teeth
Teeth in both jaws usually erupt in pairs - one on the right and one on the left
Primary teeth are smaller in size and whiter in color than the permanent teeth that will follow
By the time a child is 2 to 3 years of age, all primary teeth should have erupted
Shortly after age 4, the jaw and facial bones of the child begin to grow, creating spaces between the primary teeth. This is a perfectly natural growth process that provides the necessary space for the larger permanent teeth to emerge. Between the ages of 6 and 12, a mixture of both primary teeth and permanent teeth reside in the mouth.

What do you call that food particles stuck in your teeth?

In every place there are terms we call for that food particle stuck between your teeth. It could be a meat or vegetables or anything else you ate. But what do you call that food particles stuck in your teeth in English?

It is called Victusinterodenta and the way to get it out is by using toothpick, floss or toothbrush. It is very important to clean your mouth and teeth at least 2 times a day or best every after meal.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Emergency First Aid - How to Perform CPR for Infants

CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It is a lifesaving procedure that is done when someone's breathing or heartbeat has stopped. This may happen after choking, suffocation, drowning, or other injuries. CPR involves:
  • Rescue breathing, which provides oxygen to the lungs.
  • Chest compressions, which keep the blood flowing.
If blood flow stops permanent brain damage or death can occur within minutes. Therefore, you must not stop these procedures until the heartbeat and breathing of the infant return, or trained medical help arrives.
This article discusses CPR performed on an infant.