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What it can cost you not to have liability coverage

Liability coverage covers an aspect with an important human component, since, ultimately, it is about repairing the damage that we may cause to third parties.

The role of insurance is very important in promoting good neighborly relations. The prompt intervention of the insurance makes it easier for what could be a personal conflict to be resolved as amicably as possible and as soon as possible.

There are many circumstances in which this coverage is necessary. One of the most typical is the existence of leaks in the pipes that cause damage to the house located on the lower floor. The insurance will take care of the repair payment and can even take care of finding the right professionals.

A serious case that can arise is that of the possibility that a domestic accident ends up becoming a fire that spreads through the building. In that case, the indemnities that someone who does not have home insurance would have to assume could ruin their family finances.

But alas, lhe property damage is not the only one that the owner can face of a home. Human injuries, even deaths, can also arise due to the detachment of an object from the home, such as a flowerpot, for example. The compensation can be very large.

In some cases, there are also coverages to cover certain risks derived from the actions of members of the household, even outside of it. An example is one in which the children have broken the neighbor's glass with a ball and the damage must be repaired.

There are even responsibilities as tenants, which can oblige to repair certain damages suffered by the home that is rented or that of a neighbor. That is why it is also very convenient for tenants to take out home insurance.

It's in the box !

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Picnic, taste outside, snack ... here are smart boxes to keep your gourmand's meals. And what's more, what a look!

Leslie Verrier

Selection updated on April 14, 2016

Read also :

> Keep your food

> 7 conservation tips

> Our picnic recipes

It's in the box ! (10 photos)

Zebra of the Wish Tree

Box to taste zebra: 6.50 euros.

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DecoBB Lama

Assortment of three delightful llama snack boxes: 6,95 euros per pack of 3.

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Tree Space box with wishes

Small square snack box that will delight fans of science fiction: 6.50 euros.

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DecoBB elephant

Separate elephant snack box in two different parts: 5,95 euros.

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Dinosaur alert

Dibudabadinos box: 8,99 euros (Sigikids).

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Pink flowers of the Wish Tree

Packed picnic box with compartments and fork and spoon: 8.50 euros.

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Several colors to choose for this bento box to decorate with the stickers provided: 14,90 euros (Monbento).

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At the boarding

Pirate boxes: 11.64 euros the lot of 3 (Tyrrell Katz).

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Bambi snack box: 8 euros (RJB Stone).

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Pink Princess lunch box: 9.95 euros (Sigikid).

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Parents say: Stop the whining!

That voice – it's like fingernails on a blackboard. Read how these our site parents have managed to banish whining, at least some of the time.

Help your child communicate

"When our 19-month-old daughter starts to whine, it is normally because she's frustrated about her inability to communicate. We ask her to stop whining and tell Mamma or Daddy. If that doesn't work, we ask her to show us. Usually she'll calm down, and then we can understand what she's trying to express."
— Anonymous

"When my daughter (now 20 months) turned 1, we started teaching her sign language using the My Baby Can Talk DVD. It helped a lot. We're both less frustrated because she can communicate with us. She says some words, but if she can't say them yet, she makes the sign for them. Amazing."
— Anonymous

Use distraction

"In my son's whining moments, I distract him by saying the ABCs or singing a song such as 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.'"
— Annia

Don't respond

"The best response I've found: Ignore, ignore, ignore! When my 1-year-old whines, I turn my back. She soon learns she's not going to get a reaction when she whines."
— Donna

"Consistency is the key. My 3-year-old has learned that if she whines, she won't get what she was whining about – period, ever. If she whines for milk or a cookie, she doesn't get it until she asks like a big girl. We're very fair with her, and if we say no about one thing, we'll say yes to something else. You can't have a house full of no's and definitely can't have a house full of yeses. Decide ahead of time what is no and what is yes and stick to it!"
— Teri

Take an adult tack

"My daughter is 15 months old and loves to be talked to. She's also a constant whiner, but when she does that, I start talking to her as if she's a lot older than she is. She responds in such a positive way, actually trying to carry on a conversation with me – though only she knows what she's saying. The baby jibber-jabber beats the whining hands down!"
— Juanita

What's that you say?

"I have a 23-month-old. If I tell him I don't understand him when he whines, he'll either quit or go somewhere else. I praise him tons when he stops whining and speaks correctly. He's learned that not whining gets him more than whining ever would!"
— Jennifer

"I respond in one of two ways when my daughter whines. Either, 'We don't whine or cry to get our way.' Or, 'Think of a better way to ask.' I usually use the first one if she is complaining because I said no (like no juice while I'm making dinner and you can have water instead). I use the second if she has not used a 'Please.'"
— Becky

Promise future benefits

"We have a very hard time getting our 3-year-old out of bed in the morning without fussing, crying, and whining. My trick is to tell him at night that if he doesn't fuss in the morning, then I'll read more than one book to him the next night. For the past week, it's really been working! He reminds me every night that he didn't fuss that morning, and he picks out his books for me to read to him."
— Yvette

Set limits but give them some control, too

"At the store, I let each child pick out one thing he really wants, be it cereal, candy, or a magazine. For the older kids, I give them a value that they can spend – if they want something more expensive, the difference has to come out of their own pocket. This way when we get to the checkout and they ask for the candy bar that I don't want to buy them, I can say, 'You already got what you wanted.' Not only have I come home with three different types of cereal, I come home without a headache."
— Tonia

Designate a whining chair

"We have a whining chair for our 2 1/2-year-old. When she starts to whine, we tell her to please continue in the whining chair. By the time she gets up and moves there, she is distracted, and the whining usually stops."
— Margie

Set the timer

"My 3-year-old is starting to respond to the same trick that works on my older girl (age 7): If she whines, I set the timer for three minutes (one minute for each year of age) and tell her to come back and ask again when the timer goes off. That usually works."
— Shirley

Record it for posterity

"My son, who's now 3 1/2, has always been a whiner, though in the last several months he's improved. I started getting the video camera out, and every time he started whining I would record him. This seemed to really irritate him, and he certainly didn't like watching himself later. I think the threat of the video camera coming out every time he whined stopped him from doing it. Thank goodness!"
— Esther

Ask for the "nice voice"

"When my 4-year-old daughter starts to whine, I say, 'Uh-oh, your nice voice has disappeared! I wonder where it went!' I look around the room and pretend to find a nicer voice in a cupboard or behind the couch, and I pop it in my mouth and then imitate Grandma or a cartoon character or a rooster or whatever I can think of. Usually she starts to laugh, and the whining is forgotten."
— Mary

Laugh it off

"When my son or my nephews start to whine, I imitate the sounds. Then I make funny faces, and eventually they're laughing at me and have forgotten what they were whining about. So far it has worked – even in public!"
— Amy

"When my son, who's 5, starts whining, I tell him to whine into my pocket so I can save it and listen to it later. That makes him laugh, especially if I pretend to open up my pocket and then have to hold my ears when all the whining comes out!"

4 tricks to make your kid's snacks more fun

Children can be very picky about food and often end up eating the same food or accepting nothing. For parents, it is quite difficult to comply with these requirements and to reach a consensus with the little one, it calls for all kinds of tricks.

One that works very well, however, is modeling the food in funny shapes and finding creative ways to introduce healthy foods that are usually left on the plate at the child's lunch.

The most healthy option - the home package

The best way to control a child's diet while he is in school is to give him a package at home instead of giving him money to buy what he wants. In general you will opt for tasty, but unhealthy products. If we ask the children what they want to eat at school, they will all say that they will make burgers, pizza and other fast food items containing food additives.

That is why it is preferable for us to prepare at home the child's school package in order to know exactly what he / she eats every day and to make sure he / she has a balanced diet and receives all the nutrients he / she needs in order to develop healthy and harmonious.

If at your child's school there is a canteen, check the menu and see what options the child has. In any case, if you have enough time to prepare food daily, it would be best to prepare it for your meal.

How to make the school package more attractive and easier to eat

As in the case of adults, for children it is very important the aspect of the food, the presentation. For children we should think of funny shapes, toys, so that they enjoy eating. Another aspect we should consider is the way you eat, it has to be something as practical as possible.

Sandwich shape

Sandwiches are the most handy solution for the school package. Use turkey ham or grilled turkey breast sandwiches at home. Add slices of cheese and peppers, cucumbers or slices of tomatoes, depending on what the child prefers. Give up sausages full of food additives and instead of butter use cow cheese, preferably unsalted.

You can cut sandwiches in the form of stars, hearts, animals, whatever goes through your head.

Use plastic jars

The plastic jars you find in any hypermarket and in the stores with household products are perfect for the baby's package. They are light, they do not break and they are hermetically sealed.

In them you can put yogurt in which you cut slices of fruit (strawberries, plums) or you can add cereals. Leave the jar in the freezer overnight and put it in the child's packet in the morning, it will defrost in time for lunch.

You can make mini salads in these jars. Put green salad, slices of cucumber, grated carrot, boiled corn, and possibly a few slices of grilled chicken breast in layers in a jar. Add a splash of olive oil and a pinch of salt and ready for lunch.

Leave a message

Put in the child's package and a message for him, a simple post with "Good appetite" or a message written on the banana will give the child confidence in him and will welcome him. You can write it on a post and a joke of yours or a message of encouragement for the test you are going to give in mathematics.

Keeps food cold

Usually the child does not have the possibility at school or kindergarten to keep his pack in the refrigerator, so you have to think of a solution to avoid altering the food; In the case of sandwiches, the vegetables inside soften from the heat and are not as tasty. An easy idea to implement is to use a frozen sponge and place it in a food box.

Use a clean, unused kitchen sponge, soak it in a little water, wrap it in a sandwich bag and leave it in the freezer overnight. After you have finished the package, put the sponge in the box to keep a low temperature inside. At the same time, after the meal is over, the child can use the sponge to wipe it off.

Balanced nutrition, the key to iron health

A study carried out last year by the Ministry of Health, through the National Institute of Public Health, in a project coordinated by the World Health Organization shows that a quarter of the 8-year-old children in Romania are overweight. This is an alarming percentage, especially since childhood obesity is difficult to treat and overcome, and the extra pounds cause a lot of health problems, affecting the proper development of the child.

At the same time, obesity is also responsible for psychological disorders, low self-esteem, making the child shy and developing complex physical aspects. The same analysis shows that the prevalence of obesity is higher in urban than in rural areas, and the incidence is higher in girls than in boys.

Eating habits are taken from the family. You cannot put your child in a steamed vegetable dish while you, the parents, eat hamburgers and french fries. The whole family should have the same diet, generally based on fresh vegetables, seasonal fruits, and the food cooked in the home should not contain fries, heavy sauces, unhealthy snacks and should never be over. The diet should be varied, to integrate all food groups.

Many parents associate a child's appetite or extra pounds with a sign of health. It is an outdated and wrong conception, and nutritionists point out that overweight children will find it very difficult to reach normal weight when they become adults. It is also important for parents to know that a child should not eat as an adult, so do not force him or her to finish everything on the plate if they tell you that it has become saturated.

How do you prepare your child's package? What are your favorite foods? Tell us about it in the comment section below.

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The cerum secretion of the outer ear

The cerum secretion of the outer ear Question:

- I have a boy of 1 year and 7 months. For some time we have problems with the left ear. About twice a month a plug appears in his ear, quite as strong as his consistency. I went to the doctor and he told us that it was normal to run his ear and he gave us a bottle of drops with cortisone. It was good, but after I didn't use it it made a stop. Our question is: why is this plug made and what can we do to stop it?


The external auditory conduit has a normal waxy secretion of the waxy glands, a secretion that may be lower or more constitutionally accentuated.
If, with this secretion, there are no pathological elements: purulent secretion, blood, or other types of abnormal secretions, then your child will not need local treatment, but more careful hygiene.
You will need to wash the external ear canal with warm water (a solution of shampoo and jet of water can be applied) and a soft towel for cleaning. Ear muffs that can push these wax plugs are not recommended.
The local anti-inflammatory treatment has the property to stop the secretion temporarily, and then it resumes. This is not the purpose of stopping a normal secretion, if you make sure that there is nothing pathological there, through a consultation O.R.L. Specialized.
Discontinue treatment and follow our advice. We will follow the results together. Therefore, if the child hears well, does not accuse pain, does not fever, then you do not have to worry. Only wash it locally as I have recommended.
Good health,
Dr. Dana Paduraru,
Resident doctor in the Pediatric Surgery specialty
Emergency Clinic Hospital for Children "Grigore Alexandrescu"
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