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Teens

Teens

TEENS – HOW TO DEAL WITH THEM? Adolescence is one of the most complicated stages of life. Several changes occur both physical an emotional. Puberty arrives the body turns and begins preparation for adulthood. During this period many questions surround the thoughts of young people who come to discover the … Continue reading

Overweight Children

Overweight Children

Overweight Children:  Beware the power of the children! This week the message goes mainly to parents. It is amazing the increasing number of obese or overweight children. According to a survey conducted in public schools 40% of children are in this index. A disturbing number take into account the consequences … Continue reading

Childs Vision

Childs Vision

Watching your Childs Vision has to start after birth. Realize a vision problem in infants and children is very difficult, so many parents only notice something wrong when the child enters the stage and begins to present learning difficulties. Often the child does not follow the crowd, because they can … Continue reading

Beach Safety

Beach Safety

Beach Safety:  Be careful with children ar the beach. The bright sun, the rough sea, the dirty sand … The dangers involved in a simple visit to the beach seem to multiply when the focus is on children. Therefore parents should become aware of the activities of small children. Beach … Continue reading

Birth

Birth

Pregnancy Giving Birth Once the cervix is ​​fully dilated, the mother is ready to begin pushing the baby. The combined strength of uterine contractions jerks and takes the baby to the bottom of the birth canal. Eventually, the baby’s head will reach the mother’s perineum (the tissue that stretches between … Continue reading

Childbirth

Childbirth

Pregnancy: Childbirth In movies, pregnant women always have a dramatic secretion of fluids when the bag bursts. But in fact, very few women will see their water “burst”, the breaking of the amniotic sac. Generally it is the midwife who breaks the amniotic sac after birth have already begun. Childbirth: … Continue reading

Pregnancy Trimester

Pregnancy Trimester

Pregnancy Trimester:  Third Trimester During the next 12 weeks, the fetus will finish its development and prepare for the difficult process of childbirth. They are now 15 inches and weighs between 2 and 3 pounds. Their eyes have a defined color (although it may change after birth) and are adorned … Continue reading

Pregnancy Halfway

Pregnancy Halfway

Pregnancy Halfway: Second Trimester Halfway. At week 20 (mid-pregnancy), the fetus already is about 6 inches and weighs around 6 ounces. Their digestive system produces meconium, a black tar-like substance that forms their first defecation. The fetus is protected by a white oily substance called vernix caseosa. Which will protect … Continue reading

Fetus Kicks

Fetus Kicks

Second trimester of pregnancy: The Fetus Kicks For many women the second quarter has certainly improved. As the nausea and exhaustion decreases recoils, they feel better and have more energy and appetite. However, some women develop other unpleasant symptoms such as heartburn . Other changes are occurring in the female … Continue reading

Embryo Fetus

Embryo Fetus

Embryo Fetus:  First Trimester From embryo to fetus. Between the 9th and 12th week, women over age 35 with a family history of chromosomal abnormalities probably will or chorionic villus biopsy (CVS), which detects Down syndrome and other chromosomal abnormalities. On biopsy with the aid of an ultrasound to guide … Continue reading

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