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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10 Surprises For New Dad

Every new dad definitely get a shock. It was already started when the baby cry for the first time. Upon hearing the first cry, a variety of mixed feelings into one. Surprised, happy, thrilled, and anxiety mixed into one. Not a new father in tears upon learning his son was born. “Ah, I’ve become my father. Hopefully I can be a good father,” she thought. Here are few surprises to be received before the new father is often not him.

The usual feelings toward a father who had just had a child. In the first few months there will be a feeling of proud, strong, and want to protect your child. But on the other hand there is a feeling of fear that he would not be able to protect and provide the best for their children. No need to worry with this feeling. All you need do is just try to give the best for your child, do not worry about the end result. Just enjoy the process.

Feeling love new and different
Many people say, that happiness has a child can not be equated with other excitement. It was also perceived a new father. Nothing can match your love of the child, including the love of his wife. Feelings of love for a newborn baby is so unique and specific, and some people can only answer: “I can not be expressed in words.”
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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)

Not Just Playing hide and seek fun

Baby was a few months was able to predict whether a ball that fell in the back seat will not be gone forever, just out of view. According to a study conducted by a team from New York University.

We may look down upon the game of hide and seek is done by children. Some parents even feel tired or upset when the child starts the game favors.

The researchers decided to find out when and how the child knows that the ball is rolling and disappeared behind something just like a game of hide and seek and the ball will appear from the other side.

It’s amazing to know that the baby was able to learn? Only? with just a look. The results of this study have been reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.

Each four-month-old baby sitting on the lap of her parents and look to the computer monitor screen. On the screen showing a picture of a ball moving. Then monitored the baby’s eyes with a special camera. Continue reading “Not Just Playing hide and seek fun”

Menopausal women Esophageal Disease Faster?

Are women who have menopause will be faster and the disease quickly tired?

At the time of menopause, women experience a condition in which the sex hormones (especially estrogen and progesterone) were previously produced to be discontinued. The consequences of no longer produced these hormones is the occurrence of diseases that are chronic inflammatory diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, Alzhaimer, and autoimmune diseases.

Before menopause, estrogen levels balanced and inflammatory / inflammation that occurs generally mediocre and body basically works effectively to prevent the entry of harmful germs. This will gradually change with the cessation of estrogen production during menopause.

Research shows, in women with low estrogen levels in postmenopausal women as higher risk for the occurrence of chronic inflammatory processes. Some theories say the relationship is with low estrogen production, causing weight gain, which means increasing the number of fat cells. Fat cells produce “protein cytokines” that are pro-inflammatory. With the increasing number of fat cells is also increased cytokine protein and more easily exposed to the risk of infection is chronic. Continue reading “Menopausal women Esophageal Disease Faster?”

Complementary feeding

Solid as a complementary food / formula should be introduced when the child is 4 to 6 months because:

At the age of 4 to 6 months, the baby’s weight in general have reached 2 times body weight at birth so that the need for energy and nutrients increases.
Feeding alone will not be able to meet the baby’s needs for nutrients necessary for optimal growth and development.
Baby’s digestive system has started strong and ready to digest solid food.
When Starting Given?

Some say that it began to be given complementary foods at 4 months old baby. But there is also mention that the new administration should begin complementary foods at 6 months old baby. Actually, the right age to start giving solid food, not the same in all infants. It is influenced by the difference in the amount of breast milk / formula milk received by infants, differences in the basic needs of infants and developmental differences in the digestive system.

When breastfeeding a lot and meet the needs of the child, should be breastfed exclusively, which is given only breast milk until the age of 6 months. Continue reading “Complementary feeding”

Help Improve the capacity Nerve Cells

A person’s intelligence is actually influenced by two main factors, namely genetics (genetic or congenital) or environmental factor. Parents whose children will tend to generally intelligent smart anyway, especially with the environment that supports the development of intelligence since still in the womb, infancy, and toddlers.

So even though both parents smart, but if the environment does not provide the basic needs for the development of intelligence, the intelligence potential can not develop optimally.

One of the basic needs of intelligence development is through nutrition received since the child still in the womb through the mother’s food intake. While after the baby is born, breast milk is rich in necessary nutrients to support brain growth process.

However, that breast milk contains all the necessary nutrients the child, the mother should eat a nutritious and balanced diet every day during pregnancy and lactation. Mothers also need to eat foods rich in protein, such as fish, meat, eggs, tempeh, tofu, and skim milk, and eat more vegetables and fruits. Continue reading “Help Improve the capacity Nerve Cells”

Cervical Cancer Vaccine

In addition to the Pap smear, one of the many other prevention strategies known is through vaccines.

Recent research data, conference IPV (International Papilloma Virus) to-24 in Beijing showed that cervical cancer vaccines already exist and circulate in Indonesia is currently effective, and can provide protection for women up to age 45. This vaccine prevents 91% persistent infection, mild abnormalities, pre-cancerous lesions, and genital warts in the area caused by the HPV virus specific compared to the placebo group.

Efforts at prevention is vaccination and cervical cancer early detection is very important because it can help reduce the prevalence of cervical cancer.

According to data from International Agency for Research on Cancer, HPV has been shown to be associated with more than 95% of cervical cancer cases.
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