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Gym, Head, and Hockey: STАРEES Agence de la santé publique du Canada 0439835 Public Health Agency of Canada CR#: ER Visit Date: 2019 Oct 12 17:00 Hotel Dieu Hospital (CHIRPP) Name: Address: C.H.I.R.P.P. Injury/Poisonings Reporting Form POstal Code: ID No. FOR OFFICE Date of Birth: female USE ONLY Clerk: TAC Female Sex Male Sex: 1 B. What time of day did it 1 A. When did the injury happen? happen? a.m p.m M Y M Y Y H Y H D D M M ALSO CHECK EITHER A, B, C, D, E, OR F AND GIVE MORE DETAIL Indoors Outdoors 2. Where did the injury happen? Living Room Bedroom VBathroom Kitchen A. Own home Other (eg. yard, garage) B.Other home Classroom Gym Sports field Playground C. School Other (eg: Library) Other Sports field Playground D.Park Other (eg. ditch) Bus stop Bike path Sidewalk E.Road F. Other Location (eg. Arena) No Yes 3. Was the person injured while working for pay? ALSO CHECK EITHER A, B, OR C AND GIVE MORE DETAIL 4. What was the injured person doing when the injury happened? A. Participating in a sport? (eg: ice hockey/soccer) or physical activity (eg: skateboarding, tobogganing) What sport or activity? No Yes Did this activity or sport include coaches, instructors or officials? Other MotorcycleDirt bike ATV Snowmobile Car Van/SUV Truck B.In or on a motorized vehicle: Where was the patient seated? (ex: driver or passenger seat, in truck bed, or pulled behind vehicle) specify passenger row (passenger, back). Furled uy Pants ttar Pe (eg: playing, eating, hobbies, cleaning, etc.) C.Other 5. Please tell us what happened. B. What actually caused the injury? (eg: hit head on concrete or grass/hot coffee burned arm / choked or poisoned) mindlessness A. What went wrong? (eg: riding bike lost control and fell / spilled hot coffee/swallowed a magnet or medication) AJcohol ond Who Knew pullisg up pons ater pceing Cold be sb . dapgerss 6. Was any safety equipment in use when the injury occurred? No Unknown Yes (check all that apply) Mouthguard Baby gate Seat Belt Hard Hat Helmet Inflated Air Bag Protective boots or clothing Sports Padding (eg: gloves, shin pads) Infant Car Seat/Child Booster Seat Protective eye wear or face mask Life Jacket Other Safety Equipment - specify (eg: floormats, post covers) METIMES WE NEED TO CONTACT PATIENTS (OR THEIR GUARDIANS) FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT AN INJURY Yes, you may contact me if needed No, I do not wish to be contacted May e contact you if we need additional information? IШ Fax Number: 1-866-397-9- 4312019007833-A-en Broke my thumb. Decided to be honest on my form.
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Broke my thumb. Decided to be honest on my form.

Broke my thumb. Decided to be honest on my form.

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Mathieu van der Poel's physical activity peaking on men's elite road race at worlds, 2019, colorized

Advice, Bad, and Dating: r/FemaleDatingStrategy Posted by How to Never EVER Pay on a Date STRATEGY Hi ladies. This sub is in unanimous agreement that as women, we should never EVER have to pay on a date, and we should let the man take on that role. I've been dating for 4-5 years now pretty consistently, and I've had plenty of free meals and drinks since then. Choose the Right Target I'm a Becky (6-7) in my early-20s and I can get guys my age (25-28) who are my looksmatch to buy me free drinks and meals pretty consistently on dates at mid-high-end places. If I want to experience fine dining (a bill that costs like $200+), I date older men (30+) because they can afford it. I can pretty much get free meals every day if I wanted to and if I schedule correctly You need to choose men who have a good white collar jobs or they have their own business. I typically date men in the tech or finance field. They have the income to spend money on a date compared to a man who doesn't make much Be High Value A key part to making this work is to look as as you can. I wear a dress to all of my dates, heels, and I put on makeup. I rarely wear pants unless we do a physical activity. You need to emphasize the difference between you and your date: that you are a woman and he is a man. Wear earrings and put on a sexy perfume! good Be a good listener and a good conversationalist. Be interested in them as a person, ask questions, speak softly and in a girly voice, laugh softly, and don't interrupt them. You need to be fun to be around with so that they think that they won't ever think of making you pay the bill because they had a bad time. Even if you feel like the connection isn't there, still be nice to them and treat them well. What If He Still Asks You to Pay? The question remains though: how do you avoid paying if the man you're going out with asks you to split the bill? If you ever hear this from a man, I don't care how many dates you've been on, if it's the first or fifth date, simply tell him that you'll take care of the bill the next time you go out since you prefer taking turns since that's more romantic. Don't appear bitter. Smile as you say this and act feminine! Be sweet, confident, and show him that you desire him nonverbally. 99% of men won't insist that you pay the bill during that time. Of course, there won't be another date. Delete him from the dating app and block his number. You don't need to say anything guilty about blocking a cheap man. Just remember that men don't feel guilty about using women and playing with their emotions. It's only fair that we reserve the right to block cheap men who won't add value to our lives. more to them. Don't feel Don't Be Deceived by His Looks. He Should Still Pay. It's easy to be confident in making below your league to pay for the bill every time you go out. But if you encounter a man who you find sexy and hot, you might be tempted to split the bill because you don't want to lose him or because you think that you're privileged to date such a hot guy. Stop. You might only think that the guy is above your league when he IS in your league and you're attrac- tive too. (This is the case with me since I grew up as a man who's plain Jane.) AND even if he's above your league, TO you still don't pay, comprende? You follow the advice I've give to you. He's a man and it's his role to be a provider. You have no business dating a man who dares to ask you to split the bill -- I don't care how hot he is or how good he makes you feel. Women need to date men who add something to their lives. I've dated a few guys who are above my league but they still didn't make me pay because they enjoyed being with me and it added value to their lives. So Go Forth and Date... If you have any more questions, feel free to ask them below! t 11 165 Share Award How to scam men for a free meal...
Advice, Bad, and Dating: r/FemaleDatingStrategy
 Posted by
 How to Never EVER Pay on a Date
 STRATEGY
 Hi ladies.
 This sub is in unanimous agreement that as women,
 we should never EVER have to pay on a date, and we
 should let the man take on that role. I've been dating
 for 4-5 years now pretty consistently, and I've had
 plenty of free meals and drinks since then.
 Choose the Right Target
 I'm a Becky (6-7) in my early-20s and I can get guys
 my age (25-28) who are my looksmatch to buy me
 free drinks and meals pretty consistently on dates
 at mid-high-end places. If I want to experience
 fine dining (a bill that costs like $200+), I date older
 men (30+) because they can afford it. I can pretty
 much get free meals every day if I wanted to and if I
 schedule correctly
 You need to choose men who have a good white
 collar jobs or they have their own business. I typically
 date men in the tech or finance field. They have the
 income to spend money on a date compared to a
 man who doesn't make much
 Be High Value
 A key part to making this work is to look as
 as you can. I wear a dress to all of my dates, heels,
 and I put on makeup. I rarely wear pants unless we
 do a physical activity. You need to emphasize the
 difference between you and your date: that you are a
 woman and he is a man. Wear earrings and put on a
 sexy perfume!
 good
 Be a good listener and a good conversationalist. Be
 interested in them as a person, ask questions, speak
 softly and in a girly voice, laugh softly, and don't
 interrupt them. You need to be fun to be around
 with so that they think that they won't ever think of
 making you pay the bill because they had a bad time.
 Even if you feel like the connection isn't there, still be
 nice to them and treat them well.
 What If He Still Asks You to Pay?
 The question remains though: how do you avoid
 paying if the man you're going out with asks you
 to split the bill? If you ever hear this from a man, I
 don't care how many dates you've been on, if it's
 the first or fifth date, simply tell him that you'll take
 care of the bill the next time you go out since you
 prefer taking turns since that's more romantic. Don't
 appear bitter. Smile as you say this and act feminine!
 Be sweet, confident, and show him that you desire
 him nonverbally. 99% of men won't insist that you
 pay the bill during that time.
 Of course, there won't be another date. Delete him
 from the dating app and block his number. You
 don't need to say anything
 guilty about blocking a cheap man. Just remember
 that men don't feel guilty about using women and
 playing with their emotions. It's only fair that we
 reserve the right to block cheap men who won't add
 value to our lives.
 more to them. Don't feel
 Don't Be Deceived by His Looks. He
 Should Still Pay.
 It's easy to be confident in making
 below your league to pay for the bill every time you
 go out. But if you encounter a man who you find
 sexy and hot, you might be tempted to split the bill
 because you don't want to lose him or because you
 think that you're privileged to date such a hot guy.
 Stop. You might only think that the guy is above your
 league when he IS in your league and you're attrac-
 tive too. (This is the case with me since I grew up as
 a man who's
 plain Jane.) AND even if he's above your league,
 TO
 you still don't pay, comprende? You follow the advice
 I've give to you. He's a man and it's his role to be a
 provider. You have no business dating a man who
 dares to ask you to split the bill -- I don't care how hot
 he is or how good he makes you feel. Women need
 to date men who add something to their lives. I've
 dated a few guys who are above my league but they
 still didn't make me pay because they enjoyed being
 with me and it added value to their lives.
 So Go Forth and Date...
 If you have any more questions, feel free to ask them
 below!
 t 11
 165
 Share
 Award
How to scam men for a free meal...

How to scam men for a free meal...

Advice, Bad, and Dating: r/FemaleDatingStrategy Posted by u/AverageToHot Ruthless Strategist 21d How to Never EVER Pay on a Date STRATEGY Hi ladies. This sub is in unanimous agreement that as women, we should never EVER have to pay on a date, and we should let the man take on that role. I've been dating for 4-5 years now pretty consistently, and I've had plenty of free meals and drinks since then. Choose the Right Target I'm a Becky (6-7) in my early-20s and I can get guys my age (25-28) who are my looksmatch to buy me free drinks and meals pretty consistently on dates at mid-high-end places. If I want to experience fine dining (a bill that costs like $200+), I date older men (30+) because they can afford it. I can pretty much get free meals every day if I wanted to and if I schedule correctly. You need to choose men who have a good white collar jobs or they have their own business. I typically date men in the tech or finance field. They have the income to spend money on a date compared to a man who doesn't make much. Be High Value A key part to making this work is to look as good as you can. I wear a dress to all of my dates, heels, and I put on makeup. I rarely wear pants unless we do a physical activity. You need to emphasize the difference between you and your date: that you are a woman and he is a man. Wear earrings and put on a sexy perfume! Be a good listener and a good conversationalist. Be interested in them as a person, ask questions, speak softly and in a girly voice, laugh softly, and don't interrupt them. You need to be fun to be around with so that they think that they won't ever think of making you pay the bill because they had a bad time. Even if you feel like the connection isn't there, still be nice to them and treat them well. What If He Still Asks You to Pay? The question remains though: how do you avoid paying if the man you're going out with asks you to split the bill? If you ever hear this from a man, I don't care how many dates you've been on, if it's the first or fifth date, simply tell him that you'll take care of the bill the next time you go out since you prefer taking turns since that's more romantic. Don't appear bitter. Smile as you say this and act feminine! Be sweet, confident, and show him that you desire him nonverbally. 99% of men won't insist that you pay the bill during that time. Of course, there won't be another date. Delete him from the dating app and block his number. You don't need to say anything more to them. Don't feel guilty about blocking a cheap man. Just remember that men don't feel guilty about using women and playing with their emotions. It's only fair that we reserve the right to block cheap men who won't add value to our lives. Don't Be Deceived by His Looks. He Should Still Pay It's easy to be confident in making a man who's below your league to pay for the bill every time you go out But if you encounter a man who you find sexy and hot, you might be tempted to split the bill because you don't want to lose him or because you think that you're privileged to date such a hot guy. Stop. You might only think that the guy is above your league when he IS in your league and you're attractive too. (This is the case with me since I grew up as a plain Jane.) AND even if he's above your league, you still don't pay, comprende? You follow the advice I've give to you. He's a man and it's his role to be a provider. You have no business dating a man who dares to ask you to split the bill -- I don't care how hot he is or how good he makes you feel. Women need to date men who add something to their lives. I've dated a few guys who are above my league but they still didn't make me pay because they enjoyed being with me and it added value to their lives. So Go Forth and Date... If you have any more questions, feel free to ask them below! This whole post and thread
Advice, Bad, and Dating: r/FemaleDatingStrategy
 Posted by u/AverageToHot Ruthless Strategist 21d
 How to Never EVER Pay on a Date
 STRATEGY
 Hi ladies.
 This sub is in unanimous agreement that as women, we
 should never EVER have to pay on a date, and we should
 let the man take on that role. I've been dating for 4-5
 years now pretty consistently, and I've had plenty of free
 meals and drinks since then.
 Choose the Right Target
 I'm a Becky (6-7) in my early-20s and I can get guys
 my age (25-28) who are my looksmatch to buy me
 free drinks and meals pretty consistently on dates at
 mid-high-end places. If I want to experience fine dining
 (a bill that costs like $200+), I date older men (30+)
 because they can afford it. I can pretty much get free
 meals every day if I wanted to and if I schedule correctly.
 You need to choose men who have a good white collar
 jobs or they have their own business. I typically date
 men in the tech or finance field. They have the income to
 spend money on a date compared to a man who doesn't
 make much.
 Be High Value
 A key part to making this work is to look as good as you
 can. I wear a dress to all of my dates, heels, and I put
 on makeup. I rarely wear pants unless we do a physical
 activity. You need to emphasize the difference between
 you and your date: that you are a woman and he is a
 man. Wear earrings and put on a sexy perfume!
 Be a good listener and a good conversationalist. Be
 interested in them as a person, ask questions, speak
 softly and in a girly voice, laugh softly, and don't
 interrupt them. You need to be fun to be around with so
 that they think that they won't ever think of making you
 pay the bill because they had a bad time. Even if you feel
 like the connection isn't there, still be nice to them and
 treat them well.
 What If He Still Asks You to Pay?
 The question remains though: how do you avoid paying
 if the man you're going out with asks you to split the bill?
 If you ever hear this from a man, I don't care how many
 dates you've been on, if it's the first or fifth date, simply
 tell him that you'll take care of the bill the next time you
 go out since you prefer taking turns since that's more
 romantic. Don't appear bitter. Smile as you say this and
 act feminine! Be sweet, confident, and show him that
 you desire him nonverbally. 99% of men won't insist that
 you pay the bill during that time.
 Of course, there won't be another date. Delete him from
 the dating app and block his number. You don't need
 to say anything more to them. Don't feel guilty about
 blocking a cheap man. Just remember that men don't
 feel guilty about using women and playing with their
 emotions. It's only fair that we reserve the right to block
 cheap men who won't add value to our lives.
 Don't Be Deceived by His Looks. He
 Should Still Pay
 It's easy to be confident in making a man who's below
 your league to pay for the bill every time you go out
 But if you encounter a man who you find sexy and hot,
 you might be tempted to split the bill because you
 don't want to lose him or because you think that you're
 privileged to date such a hot guy. Stop. You might only
 think that the guy is above your league when he IS in
 your league and you're attractive too. (This is the case
 with me since I grew up as a plain Jane.) AND even if he's
 above your league, you still don't pay, comprende? You
 follow the advice I've give to you. He's a man and it's his
 role to be a provider. You have no business dating a man
 who dares to ask you to split the bill -- I don't care how
 hot he is or how good he makes you feel. Women need
 to date men who add something to their lives. I've dated
 a few guys who are above my league but they still didn't
 make me pay because they enjoyed being with me and it
 added value to their lives.
 So Go Forth and Date...
 If you have any more questions, feel free to ask them
 below!
This whole post and thread

This whole post and thread

Driving, Life, and Mulan: overlypolitebisexual "why can't female heroes kick arse in heels" because it's not practical and will literally snap your damn ankle you can scream weaponised femininity all you want but first off, you need to admit that they're not an almighty symbol of empowerment, and secondly that if you do a job with a lot of physical activity in heels you're risking your own safety. all these women fighting in heels on tv are going to end up seriously injuring themselves. overlypolitebisexual weaponised femininity is a concept made up in an attempt to get us to embrace the industries created to hold us back/profit from our insecurities so that we can continue to fit into the male expectation of what a woman should be and not question why we are forced to spend thousands on our appearance every year brinigi just a small anecdote. I had a friend who worked in theater; she was the stage manager and an actress came to her in tears one day because the director absolutely refused to let her do a choreographed fight scene in less than 3 inch heels because "they're platforms so you'll be okay." My friend, who is a woman's size 10, brought her own heels in the next day and DEMANDED the director put them on and try the choreography before the actress did it. He finally agreed to change it, without putting the heels on. so like I know you might think of "all those women on tv fighting in heels" as fictional woman who WOULD hurt themselves in real life, but its fiction so its okay...except those women are portrayed by real actresses who are actually fighting in actual heels, being directed by dudes who have never worn a pair of heels in their lives, alongside men who aren't expected to constantly wear things that make their stunts 2x more dangerous than they have to be. Just a thought. marzipanandminutiae Men take "let's see feminine women being badass" to mean "let's see women impractically focused on their appearance in combat situations." ai-yo That's why I loved Black Panther even more Nakia took off her heels and used them as weapons and was running and driving around barefoot in that one scene crystalzelda A number of stuntwomen have spoken out about getting injured on sets because the character is wearing heels and skimpy clothing that provide no protection or padding. It literally harms rl women https://amp.theguardian.com/film/2016/jun/29/why-stuntwomen-are-in-more- danger-than-men andy-the-anon The only way I wanna see a women fight with heels is if she takes them off and fights with them a la Mulan/Nakia style.
Driving, Life, and Mulan: overlypolitebisexual
 "why can't female heroes kick arse in heels" because it's not practical and will
 literally snap your damn ankle you can scream weaponised femininity all you
 want but first off, you need to admit that they're not an almighty symbol of
 empowerment, and secondly that if you do a job with a lot of physical activity
 in heels you're risking your own safety. all these women fighting in heels on tv
 are going to end up seriously injuring themselves.
 overlypolitebisexual
 weaponised femininity is a concept made up in an attempt to get us to
 embrace the industries created to hold us back/profit from our insecurities so
 that we can continue to fit into the male expectation of what a woman should
 be and not question why we are forced to spend thousands on our
 appearance every year
 brinigi
 just a small anecdote. I had a friend who worked in theater; she was the stage
 manager and an actress came to her in tears one day because the director
 absolutely refused to let her do a choreographed fight scene in less than 3
 inch heels because "they're platforms so you'll be okay." My friend, who is a
 woman's size 10, brought her own heels in the next day and DEMANDED the
 director put them on and try the choreography before the actress did it. He
 finally agreed to change it, without putting the heels on.
 so like I know you might think of "all those women on tv fighting in heels" as
 fictional woman who WOULD hurt themselves in real life, but its fiction so its
 okay...except those women are portrayed by real actresses who are actually
 fighting in actual heels, being directed by dudes who have never worn a pair
 of heels in their lives, alongside men who aren't expected to constantly wear
 things that make their stunts 2x more dangerous than they have to be. Just a
 thought.
 marzipanandminutiae
 Men take "let's see feminine women being badass" to mean "let's see women
 impractically focused on their appearance in combat situations."
 ai-yo
 That's why I loved Black Panther even more Nakia took off her heels and used
 them as weapons and was running and driving around barefoot in that one
 scene
 crystalzelda
 A number of stuntwomen have spoken out about getting injured on sets
 because the character is wearing heels and skimpy clothing that provide no
 protection or padding. It literally harms rl women
 https://amp.theguardian.com/film/2016/jun/29/why-stuntwomen-are-in-more-
 danger-than-men
 andy-the-anon
 The only way I wanna see a women fight with heels is if she takes them off
 and fights with them a la Mulan/Nakia style.

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Amazon, Anxiety, and Depression: This table shows the benefits of exercising at different heart rates. Here your maximum heart rate is considered to be 100 %
 and the various zones are different percentages of that. If your maximum heart rate is 200bpm, when your heart rate is
 between 120 and 160bpm this would place you in the yellow or 'Moderate Effort' zone.
 50-60%
 60-80%
 80-90%
 HEART
 Surgeon Generals Report
 RATE
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 physical activity,reducestersor@f developmgrOnding trom toronaryabeart
 disease noninsulin dependent diabetes hvpertensionamd coloneanceris zone
 Physieal aetivity als reduces symptoms or anxiety ane depresSiOn. confprols
 Weight, and improves.the.heath oones muscla and omts,Amon the
 elderMPelps to maip ain depe dent l gan preent fa g a
 fracescisTs
 activity is beneficial (rea, OnerthaeeMpendsclo0adorieseadayrsueh asbrişkonine
 walking for30 mmutesand the beneffts merease with the amount oLsuch
 activity. Other examples of moderate.physical activity include rakmg leaves for
 30 mARHeS, SAWSmming laps for 20mihutes,or unning milesn
 MostuRAcadults do notCfrgage Ifi regular pliysial actryity at this le
 about25 percent are physicalfy inactrve. For the executiye summa
 Signifieant report or to order the lull report, call the Cl
 through the Fhternet at http://www.cde.gov
 ng are:"moderne"eelof
 reparts twfo must, maprtant H
 minutes
 888 58 91this
 4674, or
 Improves Muscle Tone,
 Helps Recovery and
 Benefits Heart Health.
 Improves Aerobic
 Improves Performance,
 Builds Speed and
 Power.
 BENEFITS OF
 Fitness, Builds Stamina
 and Endurance.
 ZONE
 01953 498098
 mazon Lesure
 sales@amazon-leisure.co.uk
 www.amazonleisure.co.uk
 Suppliers to the fitness Industry. New and refurbished equipment sales, service, repairs, relocation and storage.
my online heart rate assignment...

my online heart rate assignment...