Archive for August, 2012

Nighttime Parenting is For Tag Teams

Posted by Mason Perdriau on Aug 31, 2012

It doesn’t take long to figure out that baby doesn’t exactly sleep on your schedule. That’s OK. She shouldn’t. As a matter of fact, if babies sleep through the night before they’re at least three or four months old, it’s not a good thing. Newborns need to eat at least every two to four hours. Anything less than that is unhealthy.

Unfortunately for those of us who only need to eat three meals a day (and a snack here and there…who are we kidding?), the need for eight hours of sound sleep is trumped by the baby’s needs. There really isn’t an easy way to deal with that as a parent. You’re going to lose some sleep, and there’s really no getting around it.

Two are Better than One

The best thing you can do as parents is to tackle night time parenting together. You’re still not going

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Globus Sensation

Posted by Marcus Selle on Aug 28, 2012

Table of Contents

  • What is Globus Sensation?
  • Symptoms
  • Globus Sensation Causes
  • Globus Sensation Treatment
  • Recommended Diet for Globus Sensation

Globus sensation is a phenomenon that is identified by patients as a persistent feeling of “lump in the throat”, when in fact, no lump exists. The patient complains of persistent feeling of stuck up phlegm or some sort of obstructive material lodged in the throat. Previously, this condition is named as globus hystericus, as the symptom widely suggests being psychiatric in nature. This time, this condition is identified medically as globus pharyngis. Unlike any other “lump in the throat” feeling conditions, globus sensation does not present difficulty in swallowing food or drink. It is o

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Posted by Mason Perdriau on Aug 22, 2012

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is the European equivalent of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). On July 19 the EMA announced that it had completed a review of the benefits and risks of calcitonin-containing medicines; it concluded that there was evidence of a small increased risk of cancer with long-term use of these medicines. Calcitonin is a hormone that increases the amount of calcium in the bones and lowers the calcium level in the blood.

The EMA’s Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) recommended that they should only be authorized for short-term use for three conditions for which EMA approval had previously been granted: Paget’s disease (a chronic bone disease); acute bone loss due to sudden immobilization; and hypercalcemia (high blood level of calcium) caused by cancer. The

Posted by admin on Aug 19, 2012

eat healthy food

Today people look for a whole new perspective on dieting, as it can be much more tasteful compared to the traditional diet, where we are accustomed to say no to anything that sounds and tastes delicious. If you choose a diet that is rich in oils and nuts, you can enjoy great tasty dishes without having to worry about fat accumulating. One of the best examples of healthy food is homemade sweet potato fries .

It is important to understand the disadvantages of low fat diets and realize that we are supposed to eat a balanced diet consisting of raw, natural sources of protein, carbohydrates and lipids.