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Football is a very exciting and beautiful game. It can also get a bit violent when you try to defend your territory. You need to prevent your opposing team from reach your end. To play this action-packed game, kids need to wear some protective gear. A helmet is one such gear that a football player has to wear. If your kid does not wear a helmet while playing, then he could face serious head injuries. Because of this, you have to be cautious while buying a football helmet for your child. The safety of your child has to be the prerogative while playing football. Thus, here is everything you need to know before you buy a football helmet for your child.
Types Of Football Helmet
Primarily, there are two types of football helmets that you will find in the market. You will find many brands producing helmets. However, the types of football helmets are generally two:
Adult Football Helmet: An adult football is made with polycarbonate or such other materials which are very much sturdy. These helmets are very light in weight. You will also find them very durable. These helmets will protect a footballer from head injuries....
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COVID-19 outbreak is now a global concern. As we all know, it started from a seafood and meat market in Wuhan, China, in December. Even though China quarantined Wuhan and other affected cities, COVID spread to more than 70 locations all over the world, taking the life of 145,521 people so far. COVID 19 is a new strain of Coronavirus not previously seen in humans. Therefore, the way of attacking novel Coronavirus is found to vary from person to person. While many COVID patients exhibit mild to severe symptoms, many are found to develop severe symptoms. Some patients are not developing any symptoms at all, making it more dangerous. What Are The Symptoms Of COVID 19? Once one gets exposed to the virus, it will take 2-14 days for the symptoms to develop. These symptoms, usually, will be mild and tends to intensify in due course. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are: High fever and chills Cough (usually dry). coughing a lot for more than an hour, or having three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours should not be neglected Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing Tiredness (from time to....
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A new baby takes most of your time leaving you exhausted and tired. Making time for love and romance could seem to be a distant dream for most new parents, but if you look at it, these are the very things that will relax and calm you as well. Though sex is the last thing on a new parent’s mind, once you are ready and up for it, we’d say you should venture out. That is because sex relaxes and rejuvenates your body like nothing else, plus it strengthens the bond between the two of you.
When Is It Safe To Have Sex After A Baby?
The general recommended waiting time is about 4 weeks if you have had a delivery without any bruises or injuries. In the latter case, it is advised to wait till 6 weeks or until your doctor gives a thumbs up. Though you can still cuddle, hug, kiss and feel close to each other, it is strictly advised not to indulge in penetration till the time you are bleeding. This is because while you are dealing with Lochia, you also run high for a risk of hemorrhage or uterine infection. It is also common to....
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You were already juggling with two balls – one, your child and the other, your household. (Yeah, we know you just let out a giggle :)). Some of you were juggling three balls – a child, household, and work – (Man!! we women are amazing!!) It took you some time to master the juggling, but you eventually became a brilliant juggler. It had become a second nature. And then, you went ahead and added another ball to the mix – a second baby. Now you have too many “demanding” balls and only two hands! While we do not underestimate how hectic and difficult your life will be after the second baby, we hope the following five tips will help you deal with these challenging times.
5 Tips To Manage Newborn And A Toddler
Prepare your toddler: You can prepare your first born even before his sibling is born. You might think he is too small to understand, but explain to him in as simple terms as possible that there will be a new baby in the family. Some of the things you can try are:
Expose your toddler to the concept of ‘newborn’. You could show him a newborn at a....
Hey fathers, do not feel left out in parenting! Fathers and fatherhood may relatively young field of research, but sociologists have arrived in the fact that fathers are more than just the ‘second’ adults of the home. You actually have very important role-sharing with your wife/partner in raising your child. You did not bear the baby physically, but you do bear the responsibilities. You also went through your shares of emotional turbulence. You held to your ground, patiently cared for your love, made all the arrangements, and did your best! Well, congratulations Mister! Now that you are one, look up the following aspects of being a Rocking Dad!
Remember – Family First: See, this sounds easy but is very difficult to maintain in real life. The sense of it loses due to other priorities sometimes. This is the reason maybe you cannot find time for the family. Your priorities are set to ‘work first’ mode. Well, how about balancing the priorities? When you cannot find time to relax, obviously you are doing more work than you should; it is unbalanced that is. As now your office is involved....
We would like to very cautiously answer this as a NO. In short, there are no medical evidences that suggest that ghee helps in recovery of joint strength after delivery. However, we in India have been traditionally using ghee for postnatal care and there are many who follow it and swear by it to date, although the exact “science” behind it is not known. Let us look at both sides of the argument so that we can arrive at a logical conclusion ourselves.
Why Is It Believed That Ghee Helps In Strengthening Joints After Delivery?
During pregnancy, a woman’s joints weaken. After delivery, more so. Our body joints (e.g. knees, elbows) behave much like hinges or levers in a machine. And when the hinges or levers in the machines stop working well, what do you do? You put grease in them to reduce friction and ensure smooth movement. Some people believe that this is exactly what ghee will do to a weak joint in human body. It acts as a lubricating agent, smoothening the movement and strengthening the parts around. In addition to strengthening joints, ghee is also believed to heal the internal wounds that....