Safety in the Bathroom: Home Safety and Preparation

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Tattoo for blanket

Tattoo for blanket

"A cuddly toy is nice ... but what a pain in case of loss!" As a provident mum, I decided to tattoo my indelible felt-tip phone number on the ear of Arthur's fetish rabbit. he was losing his blanket, I am sure that whoever found him would have the soul enough compassion to warn us and send it to us by mail! "Catherine (Rennes)

Erna Meaning - Origin and Names

Erna Meaning - Origin and Names

Origin of first name:


Meaning of the name:

The Scandinavian name "Erna" translates as "the one with great abilities".
In Nordic mythology, Erna is the wife of Jarl, son of Heimdall.


The famous German sopranos of the early twentieth century Erna Sack (coloratura soprano) and Erna Berger (soprano).
The actress, model and host of Italian origin Erna Schürer, whose real name is Emma Costantino.
Erna Hoover, inventor and developer of anti-ballistic missile systems.
Icelandic footballer Erna Björk Sigurdardóttir.

His character :

Having a predilection for peace and harmony, Erna systematically avoids conflicts and is very picky in the choice of his associates. This sensitive woman also flees everything that may reach her emotionally. Perfectionist, she is very demanding of herself and her family. Carried by his strong sense of responsibility, this person never goes back to work or any form of effort in his professional and personal life. Discreet and quite secretive, Erna hardly manages to share her feelings, even with her few friends. She tends to repress her feelings and to suffer in silence. Yet her grievances against others tend to consume her by being content.

Erna is an intuitive woman with a great sense of empathy. She is able to feel and understand the pain of others, making her a precious friend in trying times. His intelligence also allows him to be good advice for those around him. Erna's character traits are perfect for occupations that require empathy, attention, sensitivity and true listening skills. She has all the assets to become an excellent psychoanalyst or pedagogue. A calm, gentle and fragile child, Erna poses almost no difficulties during her structuring phase. However, it will be interesting to maintain one's natural qualities to compensate for one's weaknesses of character.


Ernalin, Ernalynn and Ernaleen.

His party :

September 13 is dedicated to Erna.

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According to a recent study, children who are raised very strictly are less likely to be in poor health or more likely to die.

The child will be sick with too much rigor

It is not necessary to protect against this, if only one parent is cold with the child and the other does not.Thomas Schofield, an associate at Iowa State University, has found that even though one parent is intertwined with the rigid side and the child, he cannot protect the negative effects. In a study published in the journal Social Science and Medicine, researchers surveyed 451 two-party cheaters to analyze how one behaved in a baby. They called him strict, brittle parents very focal point was and refusing to go against a child, agresszнv he showed behavior, restricted him in many ways, and exerted his will. No one among the parents made the child, but a slight or ghastly occurrence occurred.
Schofield emphasized that a rough, aggressive parent over the course of about two decades exposed his child to the environment, which can have long-lasting consequences, such as inflammatory disease, or inflammatory disease.
The most things that can be done to protect children are to try to persuade parents not to hurt the child, but in many cases it is difficult for aggressive parents to use more as they are in the interest of their children. It is easy for anyone to accept that his parent, who loved him, did something that was harmful to him.
The research also found that the effect of a strict parent on the health status was somewhat counterbalanced by the warm, loving parent, but that the influence on the body mass index was prolonged. That is, a parent raised in a cold, unloved way cannot soothe his or her couple to relieve the wounds they cause, but instead it would be his or her responsible responsibility to change his or her parenting principles.
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  • Atypical antipsychotic drugs pass through the placenta Atypical antipsychotic drugs can pass from the mother's body through the placenta to the fetus, although the amount that reaches the fetus is different depending on the dose administered and the metabolism of the mother, reports Reuters Health News.

    Atypical antipsychotic drugs can pass from the mother's body through the placenta to the fetus, although the amount that reaches the fetus is different depending on the dose administered and the metabolism of the mother, reports Reuters Health News.
    The findings suggest that Zyprexa, a drug of this category, can have serious side effects on the fetus.
    Atypical antipsychotic drugs are used to treat mental illnesses that occur in pregnant women, but their effects on the fetus are very little known.
    The study included 56 women who were monitored during pregnancy and who were taking such drugs.
    The results showed that these substances attack the lung and brain tissue of the fetus. It seems that they are transmitted to the fetus even before being metabolized, which means that the mother only benefits from a low dose concentration and the rest (a 5-fold concentration) reaches the fetus.
    Among the complications that occurred in the women who participated in the study include: 4 premature births, 6 low birth weight babies, 7 children with cardiovascular complications, 12 with respiratory problems and 2 children who did not have normal muscles.
    The researchers warn that mothers' mental illnesses pose a particularly high risk for the baby.
    Alina Sica
    August 23, 2007

    What is shingles and how does it affect children

    It is known as 'shingles' to a disease of viral origin that affects both children and adults. The cause of shingles is the chickenpox virus, which is actually called the varicella-zoster virus, because the scientific name for shingles is herpes-zoster. And yes, the chickenpox virus belongs to the herpes virus family.

    Of course, it is understandable that with such a tangle of names, in the end popular wisdom has been left alone with 'shingles'.

    It is important that we know that we can never have shingles if we have not had chickenpox before. Once the disease is overcome, the virus remains latent in our body, specifically in the nerve ganglia of the spinal cord, and in situations of immunosuppression, when our defenses are weaker, it is reactivated and shingles appears. This can happen even in vaccinated people, although it is less frequent than after suffering from chickenpox. Why it is in some people and not in others remains a mystery, which is more related to the individual susceptibility of each host than to the virus itself. In most cases, the actual cause of varicella-zoster virus reactivation is unknown.

    - Shingles usually affects only one side of the body. It appears as a linear belt of painful and itchy (itchy) vesicles corresponding to the affected nerve root (metamera).

    - The most common locations are the back, sides and upper abdomen. It resembles the classic cold sore lesions, but more extensive and painful.

    - Within a week the vesicles dry up and scabs appear which may take another week to disappear. Although rare, it can leave small dimpled scars.

    - Sometimes, before the appearance of shingles, fever and nonspecific flu-like symptoms may occur.

    - An added problem is post-herpetic neuralgia and it is that, once the skin lesions have disappeared, pain or tingling may persist in the affected area for months or even years.

    - A serious situation is when it affects the eye, since can leave sequelae in the form of corneal scars and blindness.

    However, and to reassure parents, in children, both the appearance of shingles and pain and complications are less frequent than in adults. More than 90% of the cases are described in people over 30 years of age. In addition, children do not usually require any type of treatment.

    Given the peculiar location, the linear shape of shingles, and the history of having had chickenpox, the diagnosis is simple and does not require additional tests. However, if in doubt, they can be done.

    As with most viruses, shingles has no cure. The main recommendations so that this 'skin snake' does not embitter the existence of our family are the following:

    - Symptomatic treatment: that is, pain and fever with analgesics and antipyretics such as ibuprofen or paracetamol, and itching with antihistamines.

    - Maintain good hygiene of injuries to avoid bacterial superinfections of the skin.

    - Acetylsalicylic acid should not be given (Aspirin®) because there is a proven relationship between this drug, chickenpox and a very rare but very serious disease called Reye's Syndrome.

    - It is also not recommended to administer corticosteroids, neither taken in pills nor on the skin, as they can also generate complications.

    - Avoid contact with people who have not had chickenpox or have not been vaccinated. Especially avoid contact with children under 12-15 months (age at which the first dose of the vaccine is usually administered). Shingles spreads the virus to these people, who will get chickenpox (not shingles) if they come into contact with the fluid contained in the vesicles.

    - There is an antiviral treatment It is indicated only in certain circumstances, mainly: under one year of age, some chronically ill, immunosuppressed children, ophthalmic involvement, prolonged fever or extensive skin involvement.

    Finally, some parents may be wondering: why do we recommend vaccinating against chickenpox if the vaccine contains live attenuated viruses and also does not protect against shingles? Wouldn't it be better to hope that the chickenpox will not pass and that way you will never develop shingles? The question makes sense. The problem is that 95% of people are exposed to the chickenpox virus sometime in their life, making it almost impossible not to develop the disease. The vaccine prevents our children from getting the annoying chickenpox (or that this is much milder) and also, the risk of appearance of shingles in vaccinated children is much lower than after suffering chickenpox, so the benefits are obvious.

    You can read more articles similar to What is shingles and how does it affect children, in the category of Childhood Illnesses on site.

    Reborn - beauty that scares away

    Reborn - beauty that scares away

    The Romanian Publishers Association (AER) organizes, under the aegis of the Federation of Romanian Publishers, the 5th edition of the Bookfest Book Fair between June 9 and 13, 2010, in the pavilions 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 of the ROMEXPO Exhibition Complex in Bucharest.

    The Romanian Publishers Association (AER) organizes, under the aegis of the Federation of Romanian Publishers, the 5th edition of the Bookfest Book Fair between June 9 and 13, 2010, in the pavilions 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 of the ROMEXPO Exhibition Complex in Bucharest.
    Bookfest has become one of the most important cultural manifestations for the connection between writers and readers, to which visitors' access remains free.
    AER has designated Spain as the guest country of this year's Salon, with the intention of launching a tradition of growing international presence in Pavilion 13.
    The value of literary and artistic works, the numerous translations of the Spanish, classical and contemporary authors, published in Romania, but also of the Romanian authors, published more and more in Spain, are the main arguments for inviting Spain to this edition.

    Various round tables will be organized with six novelists, two playwrights and two Spanish translators together with Romanian guild colleagues. Wednesday, June 9, evening, a Spanish flamenco recital - guitar and percussion - opens the series of musical performances offered to the public by Romanian artists. At lunch time, Thursday and Friday, Marian Ralea tells interactive stories to Spanish fairy children.
    Bookfest 2010 opens daily at 10:00 am and closes on Wednesday 9, Thursday 10 and Saturday, June 12 at 8:00 pm. On Friday, June 11, the schedule is extended until 22:00, and on Sunday, June 13, the Book Hall closes at 18:00.
    May 14, 2010

    Little Brown Bear plays at the dinette

    The cousin of Little Brown Bear, Little Red Bear, came to visit him with his doll Nanette. Our two friends will have fun at the dinner in the garden ... and as well enjoy!

    All the videos Little Brown Bear

    Find Little Brown Bear in the children's magazines Popi and Pomme d'Api!

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