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Flower names: Leilani

Flower names: Leilani

Leilani

Want an exotic name? Meaning "flower of paradise" or "celestial crown" in Hawaiian, Leilani will seduce you perhaps ... or one of its derivatives: Lailani or Leilany.

Kiwi chicken

Chicken with kiwi? Here is a vitamin recipe that should please him from 12 months! A nice little dish for your baby.

Ingredients:

  • 60 g of chicken breast
  • 1 kiwi
  • 1 C. coffee with soy sauce
  • 1 C. honey coffee
  • 50 g cooked white rice
  • 1 sprig of coriander
  • salt
  • pepper

Preparation:

Cut the chicken breast into strips.
Heat a little oil in a pan and cook for 5 min the chicken strips with the soy sauce.
Remove them from the pan, then pour in honey and kiwi peeled and cut into cubes for browning.
Serve with chicken, white rice and coriander sprigs.

Omelette with mashed potatoes (Caravati)

It is delicious ! A recipe for 4 people.

Ingredients:

  • A little bit of mashed potatoes (corresponding to about a quarter of a bag)
  • 8 eggs
  • 100 grams of grated Gruyère cheese
  • 1 piece of butter
  • 1 pinch of salt

Preparation:

Melt the butter in the pan, put the rest of the mashed potatoes in it, heat and return to a low heat. Meanwhile, break the eggs in a large bowl, beat them and stir in salt and grated cheese. Pour the mixture into the mashed potatoes and cook, stirring very often to obtain a cooking similar to the scrambled omelette. Serve with a green salad or
A green appetizer check

The green appetizer check is ideal when you want to eat a special preparation, which will completely spoil your taste buds with its special flavor!

Photo: lumelume.ro

Preparation time

65 min.

Difficulty

average

Ingredients

3 eggs

1 large leek yarn (several onion yarns)

250 g ham

200 g cheese

1 baking powder envelope

4 tablespoons flour

6 tablespoons oil

4-5 tablespoons of yogurt

salt

pepper

Method of preparation

Put two tablespoons of oil in a pan on the heat. Cut the small leeks and put it in the pan.

Separate the yolks from the whites and put the remaining four tablespoons of oil into the yolks, mixing well.

Gradually add the yogurt, grated cheese, minced ham and then the skillet in the pan. Garnish with salt and pepper and add flour and baking powder.

Beat the foam whites with a little salt and gradually incorporate them over the other ingredients.

Take a cozonac tray, oil it and coat it with flour, then pour the composition.

Bake in the oven for about 40 minutes. You realize it's ready if it's browned on top.

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Women in urban areas have bigger breasts



A new study shows that women living in urban areas have bigger breasts, CBC News reports.
Previous studies have found that very large breast tissue, which means that the breasts have more glandular tissue than fat, means that a woman is 4 times more at risk of developing breast cancer.
Researchers at the London Breast Institute have digitally reviewed the mammograms of 617 women between the ages of 29 and 87 in urban, suburban and rural areas. They studied 225 mammograms of women in rural areas, 135 in suburban areas and 257 in urban areas.
162 of the mammograms showed that the breasts contained only fat and no glandular tissue; 187 had fibroglandular densities spread through the fatty tissue; 136 were considered "densely heterogeneous" and 133 were extremely dense.
31% of women in rural areas had full fat breasts compared to 26% in suburban areas and 22% in urban areas. Researchers say that women living in cities need to have their mammograms more often to detect early breast cancer.
The specialists warn that more studies are needed on the causes of breast density before any conclusions can be drawn.
Alina Sica
Editor
November 27, 2007

Lupus nephritis

What is lupus nephritis?

Lupus nephritis is a form of lupus that affects the kidneys. Lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, or SLE) is a condition that involves the immune system.

Your immune system normally protects you from infections and disease, but if you have lupus, your immune system attacks the healthy tissues of your body instead. This causes swelling and pain, and sometimes leads to other complications.

Lupus can affect the heart, joints, skin, lungs, blood vessels, liver, and nervous system. When lupus attacks the kidneys and causes inflammation, it's called lupus nephritis. This serious and potentially life-threatening condition can lead to kidney failure if it's not managed well.

Nephritis is a common complication of lupus. Around one-third of people with lupus have some kidney damage at the time of diagnosis, and that number grows to more than half within 10 years of diagnosis.

Although SLE is far more common among women, more men develop lupus nephritis than women. Also, the likelihood of developing nephritis is higher for African Americans and Latinos. The reasons aren't fully understood, but they're thought to be linked to genetic, environmental, and hormonal factors.

Lupus nephritis can increase the risk of pregnancy complications, especially if it's active when you conceive. Similarly, pregnancy could worsen lupus nephritis.

In a very few cases, the risks are so high that healthcare providers advise against pregnancy. But by timing pregnancy when lupus is under good control and getting the right care, most women with lupus nephritis can have a successful pregnancy and healthy baby.

What are the symptoms of lupus nephritis?

Lupus can cause rashes and other skin changes, extreme tiredness, fever, and swollen, painful joints. If you have lupus nephritis, you may have additional symptoms that signal kidney problems. These include:

  • Swelling in your feet, ankles, legs, fingers, arms, or around the eyes
  • Blood in urine
  • Foamy urine
  • Urinating more, especially at night
  • High blood pressure

What tests are needed to check for lupus nephritis?

Your healthcare provider will monitor how well your kidneys function with blood and urine tests during your routine checkups. Your kidneys filter waste products from your blood and eliminate them from your body through urine. Your provider can see how well your kidneys are working with these tests:

  • Urine tests. Your provider will spot check your urine to see if it contains protein or red blood cells. Healthy kidneys should keep these in your body, so if they're leaking into your urine, it's a sign that the kidneys aren't functioning properly. If this happens, your provider may ask you to do a 24-hour urine test. In this test, urine is collected several times over a 24-hour period to get more detailed information.
  • Blood tests. Your provider will give you a serum creatinine test to measure the level of a waste product in your blood called creatinine. Muscles produce creatinine, one of the substances healthy kidneys filter out. Serum is a component of your blood. It's normal to have a small amount of creatinine in your blood, but a level that's higher than normal could be a sign of kidney disease.

These tests are given regularly to women at risk of lupus nephritis because not everyone who develops the condition gets symptoms. The kidneys are very good at coping, even when they're not working well.

If the tests don't clearly show whether kidney problems are related to lupus or pregnancy, your provider may treat your lupus symptoms anyway. It's possible but very rare for a tissue sample to be taken (kidney biopsy) because bleeding is more likely to cause pregnancy complications.

Your provider uses the results of these tests to grade lupus nephritis on a scale of Class I (mild) to Class VI (advanced). Class VI is also known as end-stage renal disease, and the only treatment is dialysis or a kidney transplant.

How does lupus nephritis affect my pregnancy?

A lot depends on whether your lupus nephritis was active when you conceived. Ideally, it's best to have your nephritis under control (in remission) for at least six months before you become pregnant. If this was the case for you, your risk of complications is lower than if your you had active lupus.

If lupus nephritis was active at conception, you're probably facing an increased risk of complications, such as preterm delivery, preeclampsia, and growth problems with your baby. Having active lupus nephritis at conception also increases the risk of pregnancy loss.

Either way, it's likely that you'll be cared for by a maternal-fetal medicine specialist, an obstetrician who specializes in high-risk pregnancies. You'll also see your rheumatologist or a nephrologist regularly during your pregnancy.

What are common pregnancy complications of lupus nephritis?

One of the potential complications your healthcare provider will be concerned about is preeclampsia and a related condition called HELLP syndrome. Not only is preeclampsia more common in women with lupus nephritis, but it's also very difficult to diagnose because many signs of preeclampsia, such as high blood pressure and protein in the urine, are common to both conditions.

Because you have an increased risk of developing preeclampsia, your provider will likely recommend that you take low-dose aspirin during your pregnancy. Even so, watch out for the signs and symptoms of preeclampsia, and contact your provider quickly if you think you may be developing it.

How will my pregnancy affect my lupus nephritis?

Pregnancy puts an extra strain on your kidneys because of the many changes that come with a growing baby. These can include:

  • Lupus flare. Pregnancy can increase the risk of a lupus nephritis flare. Estimates vary, but the risk may be as high as 70 percent in women with active disease. The risk remains high throughout pregnancy and in the months beyond.
  • Kidney infections. Hormone changes, plus the pressure of your growing uterus on your urinary tract, can make you more susceptible to kidney infections.
  • Kidney function loss. Your kidney function may deteriorate during pregnancy, especially if you develop preeclampsia. Most of the time kidney function improves after delivery, but some loss can be permanent.

What is the treatment for lupus nephritis during pregnancy?

If your lupus nephritis has been in remission at least six months prior to your pregnancy, you may not need any treatment. You'll be monitored closely to ensure your kidneys are functioning well and to spot the early signs of a flare.

If lupus becomes active during pregnancy, your provider will try to control it with hydroxychloroquine first. This is a low-risk drug to take during pregnancy, and it's effective at controlling lupus when taken regularly.

If you have a lupus nephritis flare, your provider will likely recommend that you take corticosteroids to suppress your immune system and prevent it from attacking the kidneys. This may be combined with another immunosuppressive medication called azathioprine.

You'll have frequent blood and urine tests to check that the treatment is working. If medication doesn't bring nephritis under control, your provider may recommend delivering your baby early.

Babies born a few weeks early are usually healthy, but sometimes women with lupus nephritis may need to deliver around 24 to 28 weeks. A baby born this early will need to spend some time in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), and although there are risks of long-term health problems, most babies are able to go home around their original due date.

Once you've had your baby, your provider can treat your nephritis more effectively.

How do I have a healthy pregnancy if I have lupus nephritis?

Because you have a high-risk pregnancy, it's important that you see your provider regularly. You'll need to follow her advice and take your medication as prescribed. Also, let your provider know promptly if you develop any new symptoms.

In addition, you can take some other steps to help yourself stay well.

  • Get plenty of rest. Both pregnancy and lupus can leave you feeling drained and exhausted. Though you may feel there's a lot to do to get ready for your baby, protecting your health should be your top priority. Balance periods of rest with moderate exercise when you feel up to it.
  • Take care of your emotions. Having a high-risk pregnancy can be an emotional roller coaster. Manage stress by getting support from family and friends and connecting with other pregnant women who have lupus in the our site Community. Mention your feelings to your provider if they interfere with daily life because you could have depression.
  • Protect yourself from the sun. Ultraviolet rays can trigger a flare for people with lupus, so cover up and wear plenty of sunscreen with SPF 50 or higher whenever you're outside.

Having a healthy pregnancy isn't only about managing lupus nephritis. Other steps, such as taking a prenatal vitamin supplement containing folic acid and eating a healthy diet, are important too.

Visit the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine's website for more information and to find an MFM specialist near you.

Richard Furie, MD: Obinutuzumab for Lupus Nephritis



Bullying is one of the most difficult problems that children, parents and teachers have to deal with in the classroom. One of the keys to ending it is through education. And it's never too early to start talking about bullying with children. To do it in a more entertaining and attractive way, we suggest the short story 'El acoso de Marita'. In addition to the story, we propose activities and reading comprehension questions about the story.

Marita was a girl with long red hair, chubby, very cheerful, playful, smiling and very happy.

One day his father told him that for work reasons they should move to another city, and from that moment, Marita's life changed.

On the first day of school, he already realized that nothing was going to be the same.

Julieta was the leader of the group: intelligent, abusive, violent, with a lot of mischief and without any empathy. Everything she did or said was good for the others, who followed her and laughed at all her misdeeds.

- Hey you! - Julieta yelled at her, seeing her in line to enter the classroom.

It seemed to Marita that this tone of voice did not indicate anything good, and she ignored her class. When she went to sit down, Julieta spoke to her whispering threateningly behind her, taking care that the teacher did not hear her.

Where are you going fat? This is my site!

Marita, without turning to look at her, went to sit at one of the desks in the last row.

When she got home she didn't say anything despite being very upset.

The next morning, Marita ate breakfast nervously, wishing those girls had forgotten about her, but as soon as they saw her arrive, as she got in line to get into class, the attacks began again.

- Gordaaaaa, fataaaa! - They sang to him, in front of everyone.

Marita looked away and walked into class. The morning passed quietly until the time of departure.

When she came out the girls were waiting for her at the door. Marita continued on her way without looking at them, but one of them tripped her, making her roll down the stairs.

- Hahahahahahaha! Sorry, it was accidentally! - He heard him say sarcastically.

He was getting up from the ground when the teacher arrived, who had not seen anything.

- What happened to you Marita? Have you hurt yourself? - She said worried.

- I just slipped - said the girl hiding the truth from the threatening gaze of the others.

Other children in the class saw what was happening, but for fear of being the object of their attacks, they kept silent.

The days passed and Marita became increasingly bitter, she could not sleep and did not know how to resolve this situation.

- How about at Marita school? - His parents asked him every day.

- All right! - He answered briefly, for fear that his complaints would reach the school, and therefore Julieta's ears, and left the room so that they would not see her tears.

Marita dropped her grades, she didn't eat well, she was very sad and she became very reserved.

Parents were concerned about his change in attitudeBut they thought he was having a hard time adjusting to the new city, the new house and the new school, and they decided to be patient and be more vigilant. They thought the same at school.

Meanwhile, Julieta and her followers continued with the harassment without giving her respite. It was like that throughout the course; tormented.

Shortly before the course ended, her father was offered a new engineering position in another city, and Marita saw the open sky. Although I was very afraid that history would repeat itself, it did not, and she was the happy girl again it had always been with his new friends.

Only far from there, he was able to tell his parents about the nightmare he had lived through.

First of all, before continuing with other activities, we are going to propose some questions with which you will discover if your child has understood the story and if he was paying attention.

- What important change was there in Marita's life?

- How were you received at your new school?

- Did the rest of the classmates help the protagonist of the story?

- How did the problem end for Marita?

Ask your child these questions in a relaxed way, so he doesn't feel like you're giving him a test. And if you doubt any of the answers, do not hesitate to re-read the story to better understand the story.

This story offers us the opportunity to introduce the topic of bullying in the classrooms to our son. That is why below we propose some activities that you can propose once you have read the story.

1. The game of 'so what would you have done?
With this simple game, which involves simply asking the child 'What would he have done?', We will know what his current position is in relation to bullying. We can ask him to think about how he would have reacted if he had been the victim of the bullying, but also if he was a classmate of Marita or even if he was the aggressor. In this way, we foster empathy and help you understand how you should act in case you ever witness a case of bullying in your classroom.

2. Talk with the child about some essential values
Education in values ​​is one of the most effective ways to end bullying. If from an early age we talk to children about empathy, generosity, altruism and other values, we will get them to denounce the injustices they see around them. For this, we can use games, but also stories, poetry, movies, etc.

3. More stories and resources about bullying

- Sara took it. Story that tells the story of a girl who was born lame. Because of her difference, the children in her class made fun of her. However, they learned that you cannot humiliate a person for any reason.

- The class snitch. This story is put on another side of the harassment, that of the children who are witnesses to the attacks. By reading it, you will be able to talk to your child about the importance of reporting the facts to teachers and parents to help a child who is having a hard time.

- The bully cat. This is the script of a children's play that you can perform with the children in class or at home and that shows them why the fight against bullying belongs to everyone.

You can read more articles similar to The harassment of Marita. Story to talk about bullying with children, in the category of Children's stories on site.



When is the mother's body ready for the next baby?

Before you embark on a baby project, you should check to see if your body is ready to have another baby.

When is the mother's body ready for the next baby?

"It's important to make sure that you are either perfectly healthy or ready for the next pregnancy," he says. Anne Charlish knowledgeable in topics related to productivity and predictability. "It will also make your pregnancy lighter and healthier."

Allow yourself time to fully recover

According to research, the mothers body needs at least 18 months after birth to complete recovery. A study involving 173,205 babies revealed that infants born to siblings less than 6 months after birth were more likely to be premature and / or critically low. In contrast, babies conceived 18-23 months after the first pregnancy were in this category the least risky. "To get our bodies to their maximum during a new pregnancy, . "Even if you naturally give birth without complications, wait for a year before trying again. it takes a hundred times for the pelvic organs and muscles to regenerate to a large extent, just as it does for a complete wound to repair after a cesarean section. Be patient and give your body time!

Make sure your hormones have returned to normal circularity

Pregnancy hormones, estrogen and progesterone also need time to produce again in a balanced way. This is also important in terms of ovulation and conception. "Some menstruate a month or two after birth, others only months or even a year later," says Annie. It is not only important for the regeneration of the reproductive organs to seek recovery. "Pregnancy consumes the entire body. Each organ must function optimally to bring forth a healthy baby again." Pregnancy exhausts the nutrient stores of the mother, as the primary goal of the body is to provide the baby with all the vitamins and minerals she needs to grow. "Folic acid and calcium are critical in this regard, and even your body needs 50% more iron during pregnancy." If you want to get pregnant again, it is extremely important to rebuild your diet. Otherwise, your health will appeal to your hasty decision. At best, you will only be tired, and at worst, conception will be a problem. If you want to have a cow in the near future, eat healthy!

All right

Try to consume as many seasonal fruits and greens as possible and do not forget about the legumes and lean white. According to an American study, consuming more white vegetables (eg soybeans, peas, chickpeas) instead of lambs increases the chance of becoming pregnant. Complete all of this with a good quality pregnancy vitamin and your next baby will receive all of the essential nutrients needed in the first few weeks of your critical conception. The excess weight reduces the chance of fertility. "What's more, the incidence of complications during pregnancy is greater if you are overweight. Therefore, it is important that you avoid topping up again before you have another baby." . However, keep in mind that the photo in the magazine does a whole lot more work (as an assistant, a personal trainer, a technician, a photographer, etc.). You do not need to flash a flat belly one day, but at your own pace, it is inevitable that you will start working to regain your ideal weight.

Treat yourself

If you want to have a baby again, it is very important that you have any health problems as soon as you have them examined and treated! 94% of pregnant women enrolled in an Austrian study reported health problems such as backache, sexual problems, goldfish, pain in the gut or incontinence at 6-7 months postpartum. In first-born mothers, there is a tendency to think of them as their baby's births and to fall for them if they have a headache. However, all these things mean that your body is not fully regenerated, so it is important that you seek medical help. Remember, if you allow yourself time for complete regeneration, not only physically, but also mentally and spiritually you will feel better during / after your next pregnancy. "If you are tired and exhausted, you are more likely to have post-pregnancy depression," says Anne. Therefore, accept our advice and wait until you have a fresh start to this wonderful, but very rewarding adventure!
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