Tuesday, 30 June 2015
Monday, 29 June 2015
CALISTHENICS Workout For Body Transformation
Learn to spin like The Spindoctor?
Do you want to improve your fitness, build real natural strength and get toned. Having your body looking its aesthetic best. Ankh Rah fitness and nutrition will get men and women of all ages to their dream body shape. We guarantee You will notice the difference with 6 weeks of attending our class.
We will be launching our extreme fitness, toning and nutrition Calisthenic classes starting Monday 20 July 2015.
Calisthenics is gymnastic exercises designed to develop health and vigour, muscular tone, bodily fitness and grace of movement while promoting physical well being usually performed with little or no special apparatus.
Our class will be held at the Barnasium Gym - Body By Chosen UK - 22 Vicarage Rd, Camberwell, SE5 7LW
Starting on 20 July will be giving classes in Extreme Fitness and Toning Calisthenics classes on Mondays 7-9pm and Ankh Rah Powered Extreme Fitness, Toning and Nutrition Calisthenics Routine Classes on Wednesdays 7-9pm. £15.00 for each class.
Starting with the basics, everything is possible, whether you are a natural at sports or never exercised in your life, our class will teach you from the basics and by the end, have you performing moves seen by the Spindoctor himself.
What are you waiting for!!
Now is your chance, get healthy, fit and in shape the natural way now with Ankh Rah Ltd.
A healthy body leads to a healthy mind!
With a BONUS!
Whether beginner, Intermediate or advanced ALL welcome.
Venue Barnasium Gym - Body By Chosen UK - 22 Vicarage Rd, Camberwell, SE57LW
For further information Call 020 314 0551 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, 26 June 2015
It’s no surprise that pork products in UK supermarkets have been found to contain MRSA (Report, 18 June), nor that the majority of supermarket chicken is contaminated with campylobacter. Given their crowded conditions, factory farms have long been breeding grounds for disease, and routine medication has only compounded the problem by breeding drug-resistant micro-organisms. And yet councils across the UK continue to approve the building of broiler sheds and intensive pig farms. Only recently a planning application was made for a 30,000-capacity pig farm in County Antrim, which would be the biggest in the UK. With so many animals, it would be difficult to regularly check them individually, meaning that sick animals would go unnoticed, further spreading disease. Allowing such developments to go ahead not only results in animal suffering but also puts human health and life at risk.
These kids aren’t just all right, they’re brilliant. A group of schoolchildren have invented a condom that changes color when it comes in contact with a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Safe to say, this isn’t the glow many of us are anticipating between the sheets.
The condom, called S.T.EYE, won the health category at the TeenTech Awards in London, which is an annual competition that aims to inspire 11- to 16-year-olds to realize “their true potential and the real opportunities available in the contemporary STEM workplace.”
S.T.EYE would theoretically have molecules in the rubber that would glow when it comes into contact with different pathogens. The condom would glow green for chlamydia, yellow for herpes, purple for human papillomavirus (HPV) and blue for syphilis. The conversation that would follow would certainly have the culprit blushing bright red.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that there are nearly 20 million new cases of STDs every year in the U.S. and many cases are undiagnosed and unreported. Musaz Nawaz, Daanyaal Ali and Chirag Shah from London’s Isaac Newton Academy wanted to tackle these high rates of STDs.
“We created the S.T.EYE as a new way for STI detection to help the future of the next generation,” Ali told the Daily Mail. “We wanted to make something that made detecting harmful STIs safer than ever before, so that people can take immediate action in the privacy of their own homes without the often-scary procedures at the doctors.”
“We've made sure we're able to give peace of mind to users and make sure people can be even more responsible than ever before,” he added.
The team have been given £1,000 ($1,500) for S.T.EYE and will be presented with their award at Buckingham Palace later in the year. The invention, though an interesting concept, is only an idea and a prototype is yet to be made. Daily Dot’s EJ Dickson notes there are some important hurdles that have to be overcome: who’s STDs – the partner or the wearer – will the condom detect? Will it detect both? Can it detect multiple STDs?
In the meantime, it's in your best interest to stay safe and get regularly tested