DJ competition for November 19Ten top deejays selected from various parts of the country will have a change to showcase their talent on November 19, when the first event Westside 45 Kick Out DJ competition is held at the Leonora Stadium, West Coast Demerara. Thirty-seven applications were received and after a preliminary assessment, only 10 were shortlisted to compete in the event which is expected to be grand. These young men are from New Amsterdam, Berbice, Region Six; Georgetown and Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara, Region Four; Bartica, Region Seven; and several others from the East Bank and West Bank of Demerara.The evening is promoted by Slingerz Entertainment and is one of the most anticipated competitions for the year. The winner will receive one Apple laptop computer, one Beats headphone and $200,000 along with the champion’s trophy.There will also be prizes for the most Hyped Deejay; the deejay with the most fans at the competition and the best dressed deejay.Music will be provided by Guyana’s number one sound, Slingerz Family. There will also be lots of giveaways for persons who attend the event. Admission costs $1000 and tickets are only available at the venue. The competition will juggle off at 21:00h and is sponsored by 2 Brother’s New Mini Mart, 2 Brother’s Pure Ice, Digicel and Stag.
Reaching 40 is a milestone, signalling a time of transition from young adulthood to middle-age. It is that time of life where the risk of many health conditions increases so it is necessary to keep a check on your lifestyle in more serious way, say experts.Researchers and doctors from different hospitals have listed down some guides to look after when you reach 40.Walk more and fast: Walking is not just an exercise but for many, it is the best way to connect with your inner self. In 40’s most people have more time compared to their earlier years. This is more due to settled professional and personal lives. Walking 45 minutes daily will not only rejuvenate you but will keep your metabolism rate high, helping you to burn calories and weight; hence warding all related diseases. For those already suffering from any lifestyle disease, walking will help you tame it. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfExplore your family history: Your family medical history is a mirror to peek into your health risks. This is done to get more information about the diseases and conditions that run in the family. It is best to go back three generations for a complete record. A detailed family history can provide the key information to the physician. This will help in recommending the preventative measures to reduce the risk of conditions such as heart attack, stroke and different types of cancer. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveRegular health check-up: It is recommended to go for regular medical examination, screening procedures and routine tests in your 40’s. This will vary depending on gender, family history, overall health and personal risk factors.Healthy eating: It is recommended to add more fiber to your diet. This will normalize the bowel movements, lower cholesterol levels, help achieve a healthy weight, maintain bowel health and control blood sugar levels.Cardio workout: It is important to undertake some cardio activity 3 times a week for 30 minutes to stay fit and healthy. Also before starting any such routine, consult your doctor and check all your medical parameters to begin the most suitable schedule for yourself. Know your numbers: It is important to keep a check on the levels of blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, and triglycerides. Measure your waist circumference, body mass index and also the body weight. Values and numbers that are out of range may indicate the presence of, or risk for developing, heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.Check your salt intake: It is important to keep a check on the salt intake. Too much of salt in the diet negatively impacts the blood pressure as it retains water in the body. It is this extra water that raises blood pressure. This, in turn, strains the heart, kidneys, arteries and the brain.