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One child was raised from the dead Woody Lander is a normal baby, one year and two months old, full of life and healthy. However, when he was only two weeks old, he was dead for half an hour, following a massive myocardial infarction, which completely blocked his heart. Doctors struggled for nearly 30 minutes to resuscitate him, but Woody's heart seemed to stop permanently. His parents, Jon and Karen Lander, 34 and 32, cried for several minutes, holding him in his arms, after the nurse removed the child all the tubes he had been connected to in the ward of the hospital in Leeds, UK. .


Woody Lander is a normal baby, one year and two months old, full of life and healthy. However, when he was only two weeks old, he was dead for half an hour, following a massive myocardial infarction, which completely blocked his heart. Doctors struggled for nearly 30 minutes to resuscitate him, but Woody's heart seemed to stop permanently. His parents, Jon and Karen Lander, 34 and 32, cried for several minutes, holding him in his arms, after the nurse removed the child all the tubes he had been connected to in the ward of the hospital in Leeds, UK. .
And yet, just as no one expected, the child recovered, opened his eyes and began to smile. Although this happened in December 2005, doctors are still wondering today in front of the miracle child. It all happened under the eyes of five specialists, two doctors and three nurses. After the miraculous return, the baby was not discharged. He remained under surveillance for another month, during which time the broken blood vessels completely restored themselves, and Woody's heart became new, without medical help.
(Sabina Tudor)
Read the whole article in: Truth
March 1, 2007

Contractions and breastfeeding

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Benefits of tickling the baby

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Game of fitting figures. Homemade toy crafts

Surely you have seen in many stores these beautiful games of fitting figures. They are Ideal toys for babies because it helps them to stimulate and develop motor skills. They learn not only about different sizes, colors, and geometric shapes, but they also gain skill with their hands and stimulate their vision.

On our site we suggest that, instead of buying one for your child, you make it yourself, at home, in an easy, fast and very economical way.

Materials:

  • 1 cardboard box (shoe, bag ...)
  • Pieces of cardboard
  • Cutter
  • Brush
  • Paint the color you want
  • Marker pen
  • Decorative tape

Follow our step by step and you can create a homemade toy of easily nestable parts. A recycling children's craft made with only cardboard to create homemade toys for babies.

1- Draw and cut figures on cardboard with a cutter, we have made a heart, star, square and circle.

2. Paint the cardboard box, we have used blue paint.

3. Draw the shapes on the lid using the ones you've already cut out as a template. Go over the edge of the drawings with felt-tip pen and cut them out.

4. Embellish the holes with decorative tape and marker.

5. Put the lid on the box and… our figure matching game is ready!

And here you have the video with the step by step of this homemade toy craft to teach babies to fit figures in different ways.

Play and toys are great tools to stimulate children's development. Playing with babies and children is, in addition to being rewarding, very stimulating for their creativity and imagination, concentration, socialization, apart from promoting their physical and communication skills, it helps them process their emotions and their growth.

The lace game is a toy that brings many benefits to children. Discover some:

- Helps to develop fine motor skills

- Stimulates attention and concentration capacity

- Encourages the learning of letters, shapes, numbers, colors ...

- Relax and prevent stress

Caballitos with pool churros. We teach you how to create horses with pool churros. It is an ideal craft for children to make their own homemade toys, in this case, a horse made from a swimming pool tube.

Drum doll. Creating crafts with recycled materials will teach the child the value of reusing materials, and if they are also crafts to create homemade toys, it will motivate them much more. On our site we show you how to create a drum doll with a cheese box ... it's so much fun!

Hoop shooting game. We teach you how to make a shooting game with a giraffe-shaped hoop. With it, children can do competitions, have a great time and also collaborate in the creation of homemade toys.

Homemade stamps and tampons. We teach you to make homemade stamps with different shapes, heart, flower, butterfly and star, using bottle caps, as recycling material and eva rubber. It is a very easy and fast craft to do with your children, and have a fun time with them.

Rag Bear Puzzle. On our site we propose you to make a beautiful and original children's craft that has multiple uses. It is a puzzle with the face of our mascot, Ragged Bear.

Homemade dominoes with eva rubber. Learn how to make a homemade domino for your children in just a few steps. A craft for children made with eva rubber very easy to create. It is about encouraging children to create their own homemade toys. Do not miss this simple step by step and repeat it at home.

Memory game. How to make a Memory Game with recycling material for children. Memory game craft for children. Home game to exercise the memory of children. Crafts for children with recycled materials. Teach your children to recycle with this children's craft.

An airplane with rolls of paper. Learn how to make a beautiful airplane out of toilet paper rolls step by step. Easy crafts with recycled materials for children. We teach you how to make a toy for children recycling toilet paper rollers. A simple and suitable craft for children of 8 years of age.

A homemade tambourine. If you like carols, Christmas crafts and doing creative things, let's get to work! We bring you the step by step to make a tambourine with recycled material for children this Christmas. You will have a fun time and, in addition, you will develop the imagination and creativity of the little ones.

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Gonorrhea during pregnancy

What is gonorrhea?

Gonorrhea is a bacterial infection that can be transmitted through genital, oral, or anal sex. It can also spread from an infected woman to her baby during delivery. The incubation period (the time it takes for an infection to develop) is usually two to 10 days after exposure.

Gonorrhea is highly contagious, so if you have unprotected sex with an infected partner, it's likely you'll be infected. More than 395,000 new cases of gonorrhea were reported in the United States in 2015, but many cases go unreported – the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 820,000 people become infected with gonorrhea each year in the United States.

How can gonorrhea affect my pregnancy and newborn?

If you have gonorrhea during pregnancy, you may have a greater risk of miscarriage, infection of the amniotic sac and fluid, preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM), and preterm birth, although prompt treatment reduces the risk of these problems.

An untreated gonorrhea infection makes you more susceptible to HIV and some other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), if you're exposed to them, and raises your risk of a uterine infection after you have your baby.

If you have a gonorrhea infection when you go into labor, you can pass the bacteria to your baby. Gonorrhea in newborns most commonly affects the eyes. As a preventive measure, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force strongly recommend (and most states require by law) that all babies be treated with medicated eye drops or ointments soon after birth.

If you know you have a gonorrhea infection when you deliver, or if your baby is diagnosed with a gonorrheal eye infection at birth, he'll be treated with systemic antibiotics as well.

If left untreated, a gonorrhea infection in an infant can cause blindness or spread to other parts of a baby's body, causing such problems as blood or joint infections and meningitis.

What are the symptoms of gonorrhea?

Gonorrhea doesn't always cause symptoms, so you may not be able to tell you've been infected.

If you do have symptoms, they may vary depending on which part of your body is infected. If your cervix, vagina, or urethra are involved, your symptoms may include abnormal vaginal discharge, burning or pain during urination, spotting, and pain during intercourse. With an anal infection, you might have discharge, itching, or pain when you move your bowels.

If you have oral sex with an infected partner, you can develop a gonorrhea infection in your throat or mouth, which can become red and sore. And if your eyes come in contact with the bacteria (for example, by touching infected genitals and then rubbing your eyes), you can develop an eye infection with discharge and itchy, red eyes.

Will my partner have symptoms?

Women may not have any sign of infection, but most men infected with gonorrhea have symptoms, which may include burning or pain while urinating, discharge from the penis, and tender or swollen testicles.

If your male partner has any of these symptoms, you both need to see a healthcare provider as soon as possible for testing and treatment, if necessary.

In the meantime, do not have sex. If either or both of you test positive, wait seven days after your treatment is complete before having sex again.

Will I be tested for gonorrhea during my pregnancy?

Maybe. The CDC recommends that all pregnant women age 25 and younger – plus pregnant women 25 and older who are considered at high risk for gonorrhea – be tested at their first prenatal visit. Risk factors include having a prior gonorrhea infection or another STI, becoming sexually active at a young age, having new or multiple sex partners, and using condoms inconsistently. You may be tested again after treatment for a gonorrhea infection, and again in your third trimester if you're still considered at high risk.

If you think there's any possibility you might have gonorrhea or another STI, tell your provider so you can be tested. You also should be tested (or retested) at any time during pregnancy if you or your partner develops symptoms of gonorrhea, or if you contract another STI because they're often found together.

To test for gonorrhea, your provider will collect a urine sample or swab your cervix then send the sample to a lab for analysis. If you've had anal or oral sex, your provider may also take swabs from your throat and rectum.

If your test is positive, you'll start treatment immediately.

How is gonorrhea treated during pregnancy?

Gonorrhea can be treated with antibiotics that are safe to take during pregnancy. If you have more than one STI, your provider will treat you for them at the same time. (It's common to have chlamydia at the same time as a gonorrhea infection.)

Your partner also should be treated. To avoid reinfection, you should not have sex until you've both completed treatment.

What are the risks if gonorrhea isn't treated?

Left untreated, gonorrhea can spread to other areas of your body and cause serious problems. Before and after pregnancy, gonorrhea can spread to your uterus and fallopian tubes and cause pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).

In rare cases, the bacteria can enter the bloodstream and cause a serious condition called disseminated gonococcal infection. If that happens, you may have a fever and chills, sores, and painful, infected joints. Disseminated gonococcal infection can occur in anyone with an untreated gonorrhea infection, but it's more common in women and seems to occur more often during pregnancy.

How can I avoid getting gonorrhea?

Have sex only with a long-term partner who does not have gonorrhea and who has sex only with you. Otherwise, use latex condoms for vaginal or anal intercourse and a dental dam for oral sex to lower your risk of getting gonorrhea (and certain other STIs). (Note that birth control pills, shots, implants, and diaphragms do not protect you from gonorrhea or other STIs.)

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It's incredible that this baby is dancing in the tummy

Seat Baby FlyeBaby Airplane is a practical hammock for toddlers, ideal for use on an airplane. It allows a comfortable journey for the whole family, also with small children.

An additional advantage is that this hammock attached to a chair can serve as a place to serve meals.

The cost is around $ 60.