What to Consider as Kids Return to School (or Not) – Health Article

By Karen Vernon With students across the nation returning to in-person or virtual classrooms this fall, Mission Children’s Hospital Medical Director Ansley Miller, MD, FAAP, offered some insight to prepare kids and parents for this transition. Returning to the Classroom Successful return to on-campus settings requires a partnership between schools, local and regional health authorities and parents. “We have to place a priority on safe learning environments,” Dr. Miller said, “particularly on social distancing, masking where appropriate, hand hygiene and…

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Should I end my relationship? 7 signs it’s time to go – Health Article

Has being with your partner turned you into a jealous person? Does your partner often give you the silent treatment? Sally Brown reveals 7 signs it’s time to end your relationship Well, point number one. If you’re typing into Google: ‘Should I end my relationship, the chances are you have some serious thinking to do. If it’s any consolation, new findings by the Sunday Times Style Magazine have revealed that over half of women (53%) reported being much happier post-divorce…

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Tips for covering the latest news about antimicrobial resistance – Health Article

About Bara Vaida Bara Vaida (@barav) is AHCJ’s core topic leader on infectious diseases. An independent journalist, she has written extensively about health policy and infectious diseases. Her work has appeared in outlets that include the National Journal, Agence France-Presse, Bloomberg News, McClatchy News Service, MSNBC, NPR, Politico and The Washington Post. Photo: CDCDrug resistant pseudomonas aeruginosa The danger of antibiotic resistance became clearer in November with the release of new figures showing that antibiotic resistance is among the top…

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Children with Sleep Apnea – Health Education Article

Kids Can Get Sleep Apnea? Any person, any age, can fall victim to obstructive sleep apnea—from new-born infants to those over 100 years of age. Sleep Disordered Breathing Sleep disordered breathing (SDB) is a general term that includes breathing difficulties during sleep. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is included in this classification, but also included are less severe (but still significant) breathing patterns, such as upper airway resistance and flow limitation. Sleep apnea is a respiratory disorder that presents itself as a…

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Take Selfie & Win Contest 2018! #SelfieWithAlManaraPharmacy – Health Article

Competition Criteria: Follow @AlManaraPharmacy on Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn & Google Plus). Take a Selfie with any of our Al Manara Pharmacy outlets. Upload it on your Social Media accounts (FB, Twitter, Instagram) with the hashtag #SelfieWithAlManaraPharmacy Share the status and tell your friends to like and reshare your image. Alternatively, you can also share your pictures on the post directly. Posts that generate the most social media engagements will be declared as the winners. Prize Details: Three…

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Weleda Nursing Oil review | Al Manara Pharmacy – Health Article

I’ve been breastfeeding Jonah for 14 months now. It’s so cosy and convenient and we love it, but it hasn’t always been easy. We struggled to get him latched on in the first few days and we were advised in hospitals to use nipple shields. The shields worked really well and we were able to feed. Yet Jonah lost over 10% of his body weight within the first week. He was very fussy right after feeding, and he cried a…

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