Not Just Vomiting Vomiting

Vomiting sometimes experienced by children with several causes, such as when eating foods that are not digested by him or any digestive disorder, which may be accompanied by diarrhea. If due to such things, not too difficult to overcome. Most important is providing adequate fluid intake to prevent dehydration.

Vomiting under some circumstances this needs special attention and immediate treatment of a doctor. This situation may be a sign that indicates a more serious condition than just tract infections:

Projectile vomiting (radiating), especially in infants less than 3 months.
Vomiting that occurred back when given normal food.
vomiting that occurs after a head injury.
Vomiting that occurs after the baby is drinking the liquid electrolyte (Pedialit) within 24 hours.
Vomiting is accompanied by a fever of 38 degrees Celsius on rectal temperature measurements.
Vomiting greenish or yellowish because it mixes with bile.
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How to Distinguish Genuine and Fake Honey

Honey consumed a lot of people to prevent disease. Usually taken 1 to 2 times a day as much as a tablespoon.

But how do I know honey is genuine or a fake?

Mix it with egg yolk
Mix two tablespoons of honey with egg yolk, and shake. If the yolk looks like a mature crystallize, then you are the original honey.
Whisk honey in a bottle
The original honey if shaken will be foamy. Formed foam and air will rise and push the bottle cap when the bottle cap is opened so that the sound will be small explosion.
Apply a drop of honey on newsprint
If honey is honey that you have the original, it is not easily absorbed by the paper, because the water content contained in the original honey honey lower than false.
Honey has a more sour taste
Fake honey taste sweeter because of added sugar, so it will be surrounded by ants if left in an open state.

Teach Children To Forgive

Conflict does not only occur in adults, children will experience. Most times, children conflict with forgetting, not forgiving those who wronged him. Unfortunately, when that happens, there is a possibility of settling in the hearts of anger. It is not a good thing done. It is important for parents to teach the children the meaning of forgiveness.

The issue of forgiveness is not commonly taught parents to their children. In fact, many adults who find it difficult to forgive and move on from the conflict because they do not know how to forgive.

Early teaching of forgiveness is a gift you can give to children. From there, you can learn about the process.

Here are some points about forgiveness that you can introduce to children:

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EQ vs. IQ

EQ is not the opposite of IQ or cognitive abilities, but they interact dynamically at the conceptual level and in the real world. Ideally, a person can have advantages in both cognitive abilities and social and emotional skills as well.

The difference between IQ and EQ EQ is probably much less carry genetic factors, so that the role of parents and educators are very large in determining the child’s chance for success.

That’s why, at first the concept of emotional intelligence associated with implications for the way to educate the children, but then develops on its interests in the world of work and in human relationships and activities.

IQ, Specified Many Factors

Social scientists still argue about what is actually true that form a person’s IQ. But most professionals agree, that IQ can be measured by a standard intelligence test tools such as the Wechsler Intelligence Scale, which includes both verbal and nonverbal abilities, including memory, language, problem solving, conception, perception, information processing, and the ability of abstraction.
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Sweet Honey is Healthy

Honey is a viscous fluid produced by honey bees from the nectar (sweet liquid inside flowers). The use of honey has been started since the days of ancient Greece and Egypt. In both countries the honey revered and regarded as a gift from the gods.

Honey contains sugars (glucose, fructose, sucrose, and maltose), and a number of important minerals such as magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium, chlorine, sulfur, iron and phosphate. Honey contains vitamins C, B1, B2, B6, and B3 whose composition varies according to the quality and type of nectar.
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Mother Love Child Avoid Illness

A study revealed that the love of a mother to her child until the child can prevent adulthood. This conclusion was made after investigators found evidence that some children who live in poor areas, but does not suffer from a chronic illness while growing up.

Yet according to research, children should have a higher risk of developing chronic diseases. Once traced, the experts finally discovered that those who suffer from chronic diseases as adults, come from a background where his childhood experience of stress, thereby increasing the possibility of children suffering from diseases such as diabetes, stroke or hypertension in later life.

However, those who grew up with a loving mother is known to have better health overall than those who were not close to their mothers. Researchers think this may be due to a sense of empathy and self-esteem taught by mothers to their children.

In research published in the journal Psychological Science, the researchers looked at 1,200 people over the past ten years to see if the mother’s parenting affects child’s overall health condition. “The literature suggests that people who are in a lower socioeconomic status have worse health,” said Professor Margie Lachman, one of the researchers.
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Brain Food Good For Children

Level thinking skills of a child is generally influenced by the type of food consumed each day. Keep in mind, the food consumed will be influential in increasing the ability of the brain. Here are some foods that are known to increase the ability of a child’s brain:

Cereals
A good bowl of cereal to start the day the little guy. But we should still be careful in selecting it because it is now quite a lot of cereal that contains about 50% sugar with a bit of fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

Eggs
Eggs are rich in protein, zinc, vitamin A (for vision), vitamin D (for bone growth), vitamin E (to prevent disease), and vitamin B12 (to form red blood cells). Egg yolk contains lecithin is considered important as brain food, which is good for memory and concentration because it contains iron which is essential for brain function.

Kiwi fruit
Kiwi fruit contains vitamin C about two times higher than oranges and one kiwi will provide the daily requirement of vitamin C for adults. Vitamin C is important to absorb iron from the diet. Because vitamin C can not be stored in the body, then the kids need to eat foods rich in vitamin C to meet the daily needs.
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Bee Pollen

Bee pollen is made by worker bees. Bee pollen is actually a source of food for bees, rich in protein which contains 18 kinds of amino acids, fats, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, beta-carotene, calcium, magnesium, and selenium. Bee pollen also contains carotenoids, flavonoids, and phytosterols.

Bee pollen function:

To detoxify toxins, and chemicals that are harmful to the body.
Against anemia.
Against infertility, impotence.
Against cancer.
antiviral, antibacterial, hypo-allergenic, anti-inflammatory, antimutagenic.
Boost the immune system because antioxidants can deactivate free radicals in the body.
Against the effects of radiation and environmental pollution.
Reduce the uncomfortable effects of radiation therapy of cancer patients (consume bee pollen 20 g (or equal to 2 teaspoons three times in 1 day). Continue reading “Bee Pollen”

Baby Bathing Correctly and Safely

When you first have a baby, many parents do not know how to care for the baby. One that is difficult to bathe. No wonder so many parents are trying to find a nanny or baby sitter who is experienced in handling special baby.

But if parents do not soon learn to bathe the baby, and continues to rely on the help of others, it is the proximity of the parents and the baby could be affected. Here are some ways and tips to bathe the baby.

The first phase bathing the baby

Little baby you do not need to put in the tub to bathe first time, simply wash with a sponge bath by doing tricks and wipe it with a soft all over her body. Put your baby on a flat surface such as a changing table, and then coated with a thick towel to absorb excess water.

Dampen a soft sponge with warm water, wring it out, and rub the sponge gently to the baby’s face and body. Use a wet cotton ball to clean the baby’s eyes. Soap is not necessary for a baby’s first bath. When you use them, choose mild soaps designed for babies. Cover the exposed parts of the baby with a towel as a sponge from other areas so it is not too cold. Continue reading “Baby Bathing Correctly and Safely”

My eating schedule …

Age 4 to 5 months:

Milk (child’s content) or
Adaptation formula (4 x 180 ml??)
Milk porridge (1 x 40-50 g powder) or
Baby biscuits (1-2 pieces)
Fruit juice (1 x 50-100 ml)
Age 6 months:

Milk (child’s content) or
Formula adaptation (2 x 180-200 ml)
Milk porridge (2 x 40 -50 g powder) or
Baby biscuits (1-2 pieces)
Fruit juice (1-2 x 50-100 ml)

Ages 7 to 8 months:

Milk (child’s content) or
Advanced Formula (2 x 200-250 ml)
Milk porridge (2 x 40-50 g powder) or
Biscuit baby (baby at will)
Rice team (1 x 40-50 g of powder)
Fruit juice (1-2 x 50-100 ml)