Friday, July 03, 2009
The Saints rugby team is a marvel and delight to watch. Theirs is a double-edged sword, they can out-sprint the best lines in the land, and they can maul the heaviest pack too. They are the complete rugby outfit. And they have the titles to prove it. Saints have just completed the rare double of being the national 7's and 15's champions and are now chasing the coveted ‘Terrific Treble’ which they can achieve by wresting the prestigious Prescott Cup.
In the July issue of the coolest mag on the planet, Saints rugby dominates the cover. Get all the down low on the guys, the rest of the team, their beef and their love for the game.
Also In The July Issue of the Coolest Mag of the Planet
Get front row seats from Sniper, Heckler and the Funkie Vybe Show on everything that went down at the coolest funkiez. Enjoy the latest scoop and sneak peeks from the star studded The Insyder Miss Choxx funkie, the Blackrock rugby tournament and the Groove Awards.
Fresh in The Insyder, fantastic advice on sexuality from Eve and Soulo of Capital FM’s Hits Not Homework show. Cool recipes on how to stay warm this July and some handy tips on how to remedy colds.
Get inside Ed’s head and find out why dudes lie, pledge loyalty to T9-the player president as he dishes out on whether looks really matter in relationships. Catch up on what has the answer bitch cranky this month and sample some of The Insyder Qrew’s wicked humour in ever wonder and in this month’s fact finding mission.
Also don’t miss out on all the latest 411 in the showbiz scene both at home and in
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Swine flu has been on everyone's mind for the past couple of days now. It is important that you, your friends, family and loved ones stay informed and up to date on the current situation affecting our global health.
The Swine flu virus H1N1 is a serious condition that is contracted from other people through touching and coming in contact with someone who is already infected. The symptoms are similar to the regular flue but could be deadly. This guide will provide you with information on how to protect you and your family from catching the virus.
First of all, it is important to know that you'll need to keep updating yourself with the latest information about Swine Flu. Keep reading lots of material from newspapers and the internet. You'll also need plenty of soap and tissue.
Wash Hands Frequently – Washing your hands frequently with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizers is encourage to prevent getting the Swine flu. Carrying extra sanitizer in a pocket, purse, or in the car will allow for you to clean your hands and children’s hands after getting in the car.
Step 2: TAKE CAUTION
Be Alert – If you notice you might have some symptoms of Swine flu such as coughing, pains in your body, sore throat, or a sick feeling. Visit the doctor immediately. The Swine flu cases are still being reported so there it is unknown how many people are infected. Also avoid coming in contact with someone whom is sick. Encourage others to cover their mouth if they are coughing and leave the area.
Step 3: AVOID PUBLIC PLACES
Stay near Home – Going to eat at fast food restaurants and other eating establishments are not a guarantee that the employees are washing their hands. Until more cases of Swine flu are reported it is best to stay near your house more. Public transport vehicles e.g. matatu's, buses, etc. are also a high breeding ground for germs. Use tissue or gloves before holding the handles on the buses.
Step 4: ALWAYS USE PAPER SEAT COVERS
Use Seat Covers – If you must use a public toilet use seat covers or toilet paper to line the seats. Flush the handle with toilet paper rather than using your bare hands exposing you to the Swine flu virus. Always wash your hands after using the toilet. When exiting. Use a paper towel to open the door and immediately throw it away.
TIP: Cleanliness is going to be your new motto until this whole mess passes by. Washing your hands in hot water for more then 30 seconds will kill some of the germs that could potentially be passed from person to person. Another method of washing your hands with alcohol based sanitizer is known to kill a high percentage of germs that we carry as well. It is important that we all do our best to cover the basics during this time.
TIP: Avoid touching your mouth, eyes, nose, or any open wounds. This will only heighten your chances of the flu entering your body. If you do HAVE to remove something from your eye or get that disgusting white sticky stuff that appears on the corner of your eye, make sure to wash your hands immediately!
- As of right now there are no known vaccines to treat swine flu
- Swine flu can be fatal
- This is now classified as a global pandemic
- This strand of flu has already claimed lives around the world and will continue to take its toll on our friends and families. Please do your part to help prevent the spreading of this deadly flu and make sure to keep your family informed on how to recognize the symptoms.