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Vitamin E reduces blood clots in women

Vitamin E reduces blood clots in women


The researchers found that regular doses of vitamin E can reduce the risk of blood clots that endanger women's lives, Reuters Health reports.
However, they added that further studies are needed to confirm the link in the prevention of clots, known as venous thromboembolism, and advised patients to continue taking anticoagulant drugs.
Data indicate that women who take vitamin E reduce the risk of blood clots by 21%. The specialists reviewed data from 39,876 women aged 45 and over. Women were asked to take vitamin E or a placebo (drug preparation) on different days for 10 years, but did not know which of the two medications they were taking.
During this 10-year period, 482 women - 213 in the vitamin E group and 269 in the placebo group - suffered from venous thromboembolism. The results also indicated that vitamin E is more beneficial to women who are genetically predisposed to these blood clots.
Alina Sica
Editor
September 12, 2007

How to teach him the first rules of politeness?

Say hello, thank you, goodbye, this is the B.A BA of politeness. How to teach a little these words of courtesy? The advice of our specialists.

The advice of three specialists in the field of childhood and good manners: Christine Brunet, clinical psychologist, Dominique Picard, professor of social psychology, and Geneviève d'Angenstein, founder of the French School of Courtesy.

" Hello Goodbye "

  • Since your child was born, you rocked him with these polite codes. Every day you say "hello" to him when he wakes up and "goodbye" when you sleep. By creating habits and politeness rituals, you help him to appropriate these codes.
  • Around 8 months, you can teach him to say goodbye with his hand when he leaves a room. Encourage him by congratulating him, he will be proud!

What if he refuses to say "hello"?

  • Do not steer yourself systematically, at the risk of crystallizing an opposition around this subject. Your toddler may be emotional or shy. Explain that you are going to say hello to him because it is essential to show a sign of appreciation to the person to whom you are addressing. He did not greet his grandmother, but insists on showing him his new toy when he arrives? He has not yet entered the code, but it is on track. A young child can also say hello with a look or a smile.

"Thank you", "Please"

  • Familiarize with these words "magic" from the first months. He manages to grab a cube and gives it to you? Thank him by emphasizing your gratitude. As soon as he knows how to speak, invert this little game by handing him an object so that he understands that it is his turn to thank you.
  • In the early days, it is through imitation and play that your child will tame these codes of politeness. He wants to play the merchant? This is a perfect opportunity to revise the basics.

" Sorry "

  • Apologizing is important, but your child needs time to understand the meaning of this word. This will come by socializing, in contact with the group. He pushed a friend to the park? Suggest that he make a drawing for forgiveness, it will be more meaningful for him.

Cut the floor, no thanks!

  • Just as we sit at the table, we behave well in conversation. Your little talking mill must learn not to cut the talk of others and not to shout if his brothers and sisters do not let him speak.
  • Politeness is part of education and sets boundaries. Explain to him that he can participate in the conversation but that he must wait his turn because the whole family must be able to share his ideas in the ease and the courtesy.
  • The code of politeness is that we do not raise the tone to speak and that we do not interrupt the other before he has reached the end of his idea. Not easy for your little talker. Fortunately, these rules of speaking are put into practice every day at school.

Bad words, it's forbidden

  • "Sea ...!" Where does that big word come from? From school ? Maybe, but are you sure to monitor your own language at home? Again, your role as a model is very important. If you are sure that your child has not heard any rudeness at home, it is useless to fall into catastrophism.
  • At the age of 3, your child discovers the power of words and this one seems to have a very big, given your head! For this to not happen again, remind him why big words are forbidden. You can also choose to joke about it: "I thought you had just said rudeness, but I think I did not hear well because a polite child would not have said that." If he is taller, he can also try to test your authority. In this case, your answer must be clear about what you accept or not.

But also…

  • He's coughing ? Teach your child to put his hand in front of his mouth so he does not share his germs, the same when he sneezes.
  • Punctuality. For Louis XVIII, "punctuality is the politeness of kings". But again, if you urge your child to be on time at school, set an example by not dropping him 10 minutes late at his dance class.

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  • Do not ask your child too much by submerging him with rules, especially if he is small. Go on as you go and always in a good mood. If it's hard to remember, help yourself books (our selection) to address the subject.

Stéphanie Letellier

* Coauthor with Aurore Aimelet of Say hello to the lady!, Ed. Albin Michel 

During the pregnancy, ie, the mother's attention for 9 months
There are issues that need to be. Some of these situations are
together, there are also false known truths.

Among the things that should not be done while pregnant
not what you hear, but the advice your doctor offers you
You should. The most important substance among these is nutrition. Mother-to-be
the more effective and healthy feeding process for the baby
It will be. However, eating too much, eating more than necessary, the baby's healthy
Does not mean that the feed.

What should you pay attention to?

Pregnant mother during pregnancy, for postpartum
One of the concerns he thinks is milk. Breast milk is better quality and
information to increase the amount of
You should consult your doctor. Your doctor makes the most sense about it.
will give the information. So, to increase the amount and quality of breast milk
If you want, you should consume lots of milk. However, liquid food
You orientation.

Again from a healthier development process of your baby
not only milk, but also about consuming dairy products.
you should take care. Calcium found in milk and dairy products
Essential for both plays an important role in the development of your baby's teeth and bones.

During pregnancy, the baby in the womb exposed to alcohol
that your unborn baby will have growth retardation.
developmental and learning disabilities, weaknesses in the ability to examine
life.

The way to get rid of stressful daily life and business life
We choose coffee for a short time. Coffee contains caffeine
is one of the drinks that should be avoided during pregnancy. Caffeine
dulls your baby's ability to metabolize. Pregnancy
caffeinated drinks during the course of your baby's brain development, negative effects
It creates. Coffee, carbonated soft drinks, black tea, green tea, cocoa, chocolate and
energy drinks are drinks containing caffeine.

During this period, the expectant
consumption is also objectionable. However, during the preparation stage of these products,
The food called nitrite-nitrate is a carcinogen, which is very important for your baby.
It is risky.

Neglecting to drink water is one of the biggest mothers
are among the mistakes. Amniotic fluid in your baby, continuous
is a self-renewing structure. For this, plenty of water during pregnancy and
you should consume liquid foods. Another task of water to the cells, nutrients
transport. When you drink plenty of water, your energy is always fresh
and have a more comfortable pregnancy.

Origin of first name:

Hebrews

Meaning of the name:

From the Hebrew dvora, "bee".
In the Old Testament, Deborah was a prophetess and judge of Israel. Forgotten for several centuries, he experienced a second wind thanks to English-speaking Puritans who took their first names in the Bible.
The Deborah are celebrated on September 21st.
Derivatives: Debra, Debbie, Deb.

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Name Jovan - Meaning and origin

Origin of first name:

Hebrews

Meaning of the name:

Yugoslav form of John, the name Jovan comes from the Hebrew "yo-hanan" translating as "God is merciful".

Celebrities:

Jovan Ducic was a Serbian writer and diplomat.
Jovan Sterija Popovic was one of the most outstanding playwrights of the 19th century Balkans. Also a pedagogue, he was considered the "father of the Serb drama".
Jovan Allen Belcher is an American football player. Linebacker or evolving in the defensive formation, he played for the Kansas City Chiefs in the National Football League.
Jovan Perisic is a Serbian folk singer.
Jovan Haye is an American football player playing in defensive line.
Jovan Aćimović is a former Yugoslavian footballer.
Jovan Živanović was a Serbian director.
Jovan Zivlak is a Serbian poet and writer.
Jovan Ukropina is an author and cartoonist of Serbian comics.
Jovan Olafuoye is a professional Canadian football player. He is playing on the offensive line at the Lions level of the Canadian Football League.

His character :

With his mind still awake, Jovan is a real man of action. He is very active and exhausts those who try to follow him. From the outset cold and reserved, Jovan is a very sensitive person. Indeed, he is always looking for tenderness and affection. The family environment is important to him. He appreciates comfort and harmony. The more he feels loved, the more he will give the best of himself. Proud enough, he needs recognition. Moreover, its perfectionist side sometimes makes it very demanding.

Derivatives:

Jovany, Jovani, Jovanny, Jowan, Jovanni, Jovann and Johvany.

His party :

The festival dedicated to Jovan is scheduled for December 27.

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Common first trimester blood tests

Early in pregnancy, your provider will check your blood type and Rh status. Your blood will also be checked for immunities to things like rubella, hepatitis B, syphilis and HIV. Depending on your situation, you may also have blood tests to check for gestational diabetes and genetic disorders, and to establish baseline figures if you're at risk for preeclampsia or hypertension.

Blood type, Rh factor, and antibody screening

At your first prenatal visit, your practitioner will check your blood to see whether it's type O, A, B, or AB, and whether it's Rh-negative.

If you're Rh-negative (15 percent of people are), you'll get a shot of Rh immune globulin (Rhogam) at least once during your pregnancy, and another after you give birth if your baby turns out to be Rh-positive.

This shot will protect you from developing antibodies that could be dangerous during this pregnancy or (more likely) in future pregnancies. (In your first pregnancy, your body will make only a small number of antibodies, which may not cause a problem. In later pregnancies, your body will make more.) These antibodies attack fetal red blood cells, causing fetal anemia.

Your blood will also be checked for Rh antibodies as well as some other antibodies that may affect your pregnancy. If you have these at the start of pregnancy, your doctor will monitor the levels with blood work until delivery.

Complete blood count

A complete blood count (CBC) will tell your practitioner if you have too little hemoglobin in your red blood cells (a sign of anemia) and, if so, whether it's likely to be the result of iron deficiency.

If you're iron deficient, your practitioner will recommend that you increase iron in your diet by eating more iron-rich foods (such as lean meat) and taking iron supplements.

The CBC also counts your platelets and white blood cells. (An elevated number of white blood cells could indicate an infection, and the number of platelets can tell if there's a problem with blood clotting.)

Rubella (German measles) immunity

This test, called a rubella titer, checks the level of antibodies to the rubella virus in your blood to see whether you're immune. Most women are immune to rubella, either because they've been vaccinated (with the MMR vaccine) or, (more unlikely), had the disease as a child.

If a woman is infected with rubella for the first time during pregnancy, the rubella virus can cause a miscarriage, preterm birth, or stillbirth, as well as a variety of serious birth defects, depending on how far along you are when you contract the virus. So if you aren't immune (either because you never received the vaccine, or its effect waned), it's very important to avoid anyone who has the infection and forgo travel to foreign countries where the disease is still prevalent. (Fortunately, thanks to widespread vaccinations, rubella is rare in the United States.)

Although you can't be vaccinated while you're pregnant, if you're found to be non-immune, you should get the MMR vaccine after you give birth to protect future pregnancies.

Hepatitis B testing

Many women with this liver disease have no symptoms and can unknowingly pass it to their baby during labor or after birth. This test will reveal whether you're a hepatitis B carrier. Most women of reproductive age in the United States have received the hepatitis B vaccine as children and teens and so are immune.

If you are a hepatitis B carrier, your practitioner will protect your baby by giving him an injection of hepatitis B immune globulin as well as his first shot of the hep B vaccine within 12 hours of birth. (He'll get the second shot at 1 or 2 months and the third at 6 months.) All members of your household should be tested and vaccinated if you're a carrier. Most babies receive their first hepatitis B vaccine within the first month of life, regardless.

Syphilis screening

This sexually transmitted infection (STI) is relatively rare today, but all women should be tested because if you have syphilis and don't treat it, both you and your baby could develop serious problems. In the unlikely event that you test positive, you'll be given antibiotics to treat the infection.

HIV testing

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and a host of other organizations recommend that all pregnant women be tested for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the virus that causes AIDS.

HIV can pass through the placenta and infect your baby during pregnancy and/or delivery. If you test positive for HIV, you and your baby can get treatment that will help maintain your own health and greatly reduce the chance that your baby will become infected with the virus. Given the test results and time, your doctors can greatly reduce the risk of transmission to your baby. (If your level of HIV virus is high, your doctors may recommend a cesarean delivery to protect your baby from the virus.)

Other blood tests

  • If you're not sure whether you've ever had chicken pox or been vaccinated against it, you can be tested to see if you're immune. Being exposed to this infection for the first time when pregnant may lead to complications.
  • A glucose challenge test may be done in the first trimester if you're at high risk for diabetes (you are overweight or obese, have a history of gestational diabetes in a previous pregnancy, or a strong family history of diabetes).
  • First-trimester screening for Down syndrome and some other chromosomal abnormalities is available for all women. This generally involves a blood test as well as an ultrasound to measure the baby's nuchal fold.
  • Blood tests for carrier status of genetic disorders are available for all women. Depending on your ethnic heritage, certain tests may be specifically recommended. Some of these, like the test that determines whether you're a cystic fibrosis carrier, may be offered to you even if you're not in a high-risk category. You will have multiple options with varying insurance coverage, so be sure to ask your provider about costs.
  • If you have a history of preeclampsia in a previous pregnancy, or currently have hypertension, your provider may check your kidney and liver functions (as part of your CBC), as well as your urine for protein. This will help establish a baseline in the event these later become abnormal.

When will I get the results of the blood tests?

Test results can take a week or two, depending on which tests you need.

Unless there's a problem that needs to be addressed right away or you're particularly concerned about a certain test, your practitioner will generally wait until your next appointment to review your test results with you. (If you've had genetic screening and are eager for results, though, your provider will likely call you as soon as she has them.)

Also, many patients now have access to patient portals with lab results made available in a secure online format as soon as they are ready.

Wondering what other tests might be planned for you? Here's an overview of prenatal tests that tells you, trimester by trimester, what you might be scheduled for.

Learn More:

  • NIPT (Noninvasive prenatal testing)
  • When and how you can find out your baby's sex
  • Ultrasounds during pregnancy
  • When can you hear your baby's heartbeat?


Urinary tract infections in children

Urinary tract infection is a common problem in children, which involves the bladder, kidneys, ureters or urethra following the pathogenic action of certain bacteria. Such problems are easily overcome if they are tackled on time. Untreated, however, can cause permanent kidney damage and, implicitly, serious problems such as hypertension, impaired organ function or kidney failure.

Infections occur most commonly in the bladder, in which they are called cysts, and of the kidneys, also called pyelonephritis. Besides these there are other types of urinary infections: with indeterminate localization and asymptomatic bacteriuria, when there is a significant amount of bacteria in the urine but there are no manifestations of urinary infection.

Girls have increased sensitivity to urinary tract infections

Urinary tract infections are more common in young children, especially girls. For example, about 2% of boys between the ages of 1 and 2 years will suffer from at least one urinary tract infection, while, in the case of girls, the statistical values ​​exceed 8%.

Urinary tract infections in childhood are most often caused by contamination of the urethra with bacteria in the skin, from nearby areas. Therefore, special attention is required in the cleaning and sanitation of this region, for a correct and complete cleaning. Also, special attention is required when choosing the products used for it.

The stronger the soaps or the shower gels, the more likely they are to cause irritation to the urethra, thus causing urinary tract infections. Another source of urinary tract infections is the penetration of bacteria from the blood or lymphatic system into the urinary tract.

Various problems with the structure or functioning of the urinary tract are also possible causes of urinary tract infections in children. For example, constipation or incomplete emptying of the bladder leads to the proliferation of bacteria in the urine and, implicitly, to urinary infections.

Fever without other symptoms

In about half of the cases where the fever is not accompanied and other symptoms have been shown to be a urinary tract infection. Sometimes fever is the only symptom, at other times children have an increased irritability, have no appetite and have a decrease in weight gain.

The characteristic symptoms of urinary tract infections are however at the urological level. Children cry during urination due to pain, and the urine is cloudy and has an altered odor. Also, the sensation of urination, of the full bladder, is more frequent than it would be normal and does not disappear even after emptying it.

And problems can evolve even to the stage of urinary incontinence and bleeding during biting. The urinary tract infection also has digestive manifestations, such as pain in the lower abdomen, vomiting and diarrhea.

Urinary tract infections are not contagious and do not present the risk of being transmitted to other family members, but they must be treated with the utmost seriousness due to the high potential for recurrence.

Immunity with the help of colostrum and probiotics

Colostrum plus Probiotics, from Secom®, is a 100% naturally occurring infant product that is effective against urinary tract infections. Colostrum plus Probiotics, from Secom®, is the only formula for balancing immunity and improving digestive system functions that associate colostrum with probiotics. The product also contains FOS prebiotics to support the action of probiotics up to the large intestine.

Colostrum plus Probiotics plays an antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and antiparasitic role and is a good aid for the normal functioning of the immune system. It also contributes to the development and protection of the intestinal flora beneficial for reducing constipation, indigestion, bloating and colic. Colostrum plus Probiotics also helps reduce the negative effects of antibiotics and corticosteroids. The product has a natural fruit taste, loved by children and reaches up to 50 days of administration.

In Secom® portfolio there is a complete line of natural products for children's health. These are developed by pediatric doctors especially for children and come in easy to administer forms. More information on these, as well as the more than 180 adult products, is available on www.secom.ro or through Telverde Secom®: 0800 873 266. Also, the Secom Romania Facebook page is also always available with information. useful and contests.

By choosing Secom® you have the certainty that you have opted for the most effective natural solutions for health!

Exhibition Ancient Egypt, an adventure full of surprises in the fascinating history of Egyptians

Children unravel the mysteries of the pyramids in Ploiesti Shopping City, at the exhibition "Ancient Egypt"

An impressive adventure in the universe of Egyptian civilization

In period April 7 - May 3, 2016, Ploiesti Shopping City brings, for the first time in the region, the exhibition Ancient Egypt, an adventure full of surprises in the fascinating history of the Egyptians, dedicated to children aged 5 to 12 years. The exhibition is for the first time in Prahova, during a national tour and aims to bring the mysteries of Egyptology to the little ones in an interactive and easy to understand form.

Every day, in the hourly interval 12:00 - 20:00, Kids in Pyramids team It welcomes the little ones with an interactive course of about 45 minutes, where children will find essential information about one of the most important civilizations of the ancient era. The lesson encourages interactive learning through play, while pyramid models, children's costumes and puzzles will turn the course into a fun experience. Throughout the route, the children will be supervised by specialized guides who will answer all the questions of the little ones.

The route is fun for Kids in Pyramids

The children enter the spirit of Ancient Egypt from the first minutes of the experience, when they are dressed in Pharaohs or Cleopatra, before the tour begins. Enter the new roles, the children begin a unique journey into a mystical world, where they can visit the pyramid and the small house, find artifacts, decipher fun puzzles and hieroglyphs, discover Tutankhamun's sarcophagus and find out details about the best known pharaoh. of Egypt.

Children will take part in the construction of a miniature pyramid and find out how they were built in antiquity.

The fun accompanies the curious little ones at each point of the exhibition - the children will get to know the mummies and learn more about how this frightening myth appeared, and the treasure room will greet the little ones with surprises. Funny pictures will complete the successful recipe for a fun learning portion.

The ticket for the Kids in Pyramids exhibition is priced at 10 Lei, includes a photo and can be purchased from the information office. Groups organized with a minimum of 10 children, can purchase the entrance ticket at a reduced price of 7 lei / child.

More details about the event can be found on www.ploiestishoppingcity.ro or on Facebook, www.facebook.com/PloiestiShoppingCity

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