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Chest roll ideas 💚 These are all level skills including a chest roll, chest roll break, chest roll to hand spin, combo, toss roll, and chest roll to an escalator. You can always throw that baby behind your head for a back chest roll too.💚 Hope this inspires you to keep flowing & add new elements to your dance. 😊 Happy #Monday #motivationmonday #hooptutorial #hoop #hooping #chestroll #toss #handspin #flow #farm Thank you inshot.app ...this app is awesome! & thank you not_theking for the lovely #music >> Point Blank << #support #supportoneanother #learn #love #grateful #blessed #hooper #hula #hulahoop #dance #hoopschool #tutorial #share

1 0 Jul 16, 2018

2 people hospitalized following shark attacks on Fernandina Beach, Florida - Two people, a 17-year-old boy and a 30-year-old man, were hospitalized after being bitten by sharks in Fernandina Beach, Florida, on Friday afternoon. The 30-year-old man was surfing when he was bit. According to reports, the man told paramedics he kicked what he thought was a nurse shark to make it go away when he was bitten. https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/2-people-hospitalized-following-shark-attacks-on-fernandina-beach-florida/70005490 #protectwhatyoulove #sharkweek  #shark  #saveoursharks  #sharks #sharkawareness  #ilovesharks  #sharky #scuba  #beach  #savesharks #sharklover  #sharkconservation #learnsupportprotect  #learn  #support #protect  #finalliance  #elasmobranch #ourblueplanet  #savetheoceans mimicsharksuits #HelpSaveSharks #elasmo #letstalkshark sharkwater_sharks #иерархия  #власть  #наука  #science  #sharks #акулы

0 0 Jul 16, 2018

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3 0 Jul 16, 2018

It's just about learning every day / Solo se trata de aprender día a día 🔥✔️. Feliz comienzo de semana people ❤️ #happymonday #learn #everyday #style #mirrors #photooftheday #igers #instapic #desdeabajo #nevergiveup #beautifulday #goodmorning #goodvibes #instagram #mensfashion #menstyle #me #RFhere

3 0 Jul 16, 2018

Testing for “Silent” Coronary Heart Disease Some people who have coronary heart disease have no symptoms of the disease. Why Test for “Silent” Coronary Heart Disease? Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Coronary heart disease refers to heart disease resulting from the buildup of plaque (collection of cholesterol, calcium, and other materials) in the coronary arteries(blood vessels) that supply blood to the heart. Common symptoms of coronary heart disease include chest pain and trouble breathing, especially with activity. Many people who have coronary heart disease do not have any symptoms and therefore do not know they have problems with their heart. As a result, they do not take the proper medications that could help prevent a heart attack, stroke, or death. In these people without symptoms, testing for coronary heart disease may still be useful. Who Should Be Tested? As a general rule, in people without any symptoms, only those with a high risk of having heart disease should be tested for it. These people are said to have high cardiovascular risk. Knowing which people are in this high-risk category is important. Examples of some risk assessment tools include the Framingham Risk Score, the Pooled Cohort Equations, and the Systematic Coronary Risk Evaluation (SCORE). Some risk factors for heart disease such as older age, smoking, high blood pressure, being overweight or obese, diabetes, high cholesterol, and a family history of heart disease. Types of Tests Blood tests: High levels of high-sensitivity C-reactive protein or homocysteine in the blood may suggest a higher cardiovascular risk in a select group of people. Electrocardiogram: An electrocardiogram (ECG) shows the electrical activity of the heart. Imaging tests: Imaging tests look for signs of plaque buildup in the arteries. Ultrasound can be used to look at the heart as a whole as well as larger arteries in the body. #doctor #doctors #nurse #medical #medicine #medstudent #medicalstudent #treatment #info #health #healthy #hospital #emergency #paramedic #study #learn #treat #surgery #patient #medschool #medicalschool

4 0 Jul 16, 2018

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