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he's testing boundaries and he's learning how to say no don't forget to scream we need a lot of patience life with a child 15 to 24 months can be challenging as they test our boundaries and there's especially around sleep every day is different now trying to get him to sleep after the first year children's sleep about 12 to 14 hours a day around 18 months they often resist a morning sleep it's tricky one sleeps not quite enough to and your child is full of energy at night gradually move the morning sleep to early afternoon around twelve-thirty after an early lunch also separation awareness pinks and your child likes to be with you he's active he's exploring the world he's expanding his boundaries but at times he he still wants to come back and be clingy with with mum and dad at this age some children…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/0jcn9DkS9Aw Hey, Everyone welcome back to Cookingarounds Channel. Ok, you asked for it you are going to get it now. You want something fast, you want to lose the weight. Well here is my new Plan. 7 Day Soup Diet recipe. Just absolutely awesome. And I gurantee you that if you do this correctly with-in 7 days you will lose 10 to 17 pounds. But NO cheating, so Here we go. So let's start with these fresh veggies we have all these goodies here I am really excited, we have fresh tomatoes, we have red bell peppers. and we have some pepper and and some other spices here and we have low-sodium veggie stock. This will be awesome with these beans This will be absolutely awesome. So Please look at my Blog below and you will find the directions to follow this recipe. Diet, correctly with-in the 7 days. Let's…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/jWmF0NOGia4 Penularan Norovirus Penyakit Norovirus telah disebut dengan beberapa nama, termasuk flu perut dan penyakit muntah musim dingin. Norovirus adalah patogen penting di seluruh dunia. Mereka diyakini bertanggung jawab atas sebagian besar dari semua wabah gastroenteritis di seluruh dunia. Sekitar 21 juta kasus diperkirakan terjadi setiap tahun di Amerika Serikat. Mereka juga merupakan penyebab paling umum dari penyakit bawaan makanan di Amerika Serikat. Sebanyak setengah dari semua wabah terkait makanan di AS diyakini disebabkan oleh norovirus. Virus perlu masuk melalui mulut untuk menginfeksi seseorang. Ini menginkubasi di saluran pencernaan selama 12 hingga 48 jam dan kemungkinan besar berkembang biak di usus kecil, menyebabkan kerusakan jaringan, yang mengarah pada gejala. Gejala infeksi norovirus yang paling umum adalah muntah dan diare. Gejala lain termasuk sakit perut, mual, demam, dan sakit kepala. Penyakit ini biasanya sembuh dengan sendirinya tanpa efek jangka panjang.Terkadang, orang dengan kondisi medis tertentu dapat mengalami penyakit yang lebih serius.…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Lo9xiFB67C4 According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention it’s estimated that 1 and 6 people in the United States become sick from eating contaminated food. We spoke with Dr. Andrew Alexander at Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs who describes the symptoms of food poisoning and what you can do to prevent an exposure. We might call it gastroenteritis but when they come in they say doc I have food poisoning and they’re almost always right. Sometimes they don’t know they have it but when they come in and they say, I ate something and 2 hours later and 4 hours later, bad things happened. Vomiting terrible abdominal cramps, diarrhea and maybe a little fever, it’s pretty much food poisoning. If something happened within 1 to 6 hours after ingestion, it was probably staph. Staph is a bacteria it doesn’t necessarily hurt you because most of us…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/3UAJS9jzyV4 – [Voiceover] Salmonella poisoning is caused by a bacteria known as Salmonella enterica. It’s usually contracted when people just eat plain old bad food. So I don’t mean food that doesn’t taste very good. I mean food that hasn’t been cooked properly or hasn’t been stored properly or has been contaminated with something containing the bacteria itself. Now, when you eat this kind of food, the bacteria will enter your stomach. Remember that the stomach has a very acidic environment. As a result, most of the bacteria will die off. However, some may end up surviving and make their way into the small intestine. So why don’t we look a little bit more closely at the small intestine itself. Once again, there are many different layers of the wall of the small intestine. And we’ll be focusing on this green layer known as the epithelium. The epithelium contains all…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/6vMGeuNz30c In this video I’ll tell you how to stop snoring. I’ll walk you step-by-step back to quiet nights and alert days. Keep watching and I’ll explain the 5 Step Process. BUT, there’s nothing here about things you spray up your nose or boil in a pan in the kitchen… I’m Adrian Zacher founder of Snorer.com Oh and don’t worry about taking notes because I’ve put together a free download for you. I will give you the link at the end. Now, it seems everyone finds snoring funny [snoring noise] Unless they have to listen to it every night. There’s a really important caution here: If you (or your partner?) are drowsy when you should be awake see your GP immediately. Drowsiness may be a symptom of sleep apnoea.Sleep what? Keep watching – I will explain. With that let’s jump straight in with step 1. The 6 self-help ways to…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/y6QJceOAVY0 Your arteries, a system of tubes that transport blood around your body. Over time the build-up of fatty material can damage and clog arteries, restricting the blood flow. This is known as atherosclerosis and can lead to heart attacks and strokes. There are several causes including – high cholesterol which can clog up your arteries over time – high blood pressure which can damage areas in your artery walls, making it easier for fatty material to build up over time and smoking, where chemicals in tobacco smoke can also damage arteries leading to this fatty material build-up.If a fatty deposit breaks down and ruptures, a blood clot can form around it – this can block your artery. If this artery supplies blood to your heart muscle, it could cause a heart attack. If this artery supplies blood your brain, it can cause a stroke. There isn't a cure for…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/2r95ZVqAysQ So in our body we have DNA and RNA, These are our genetic material and they’re constantly broken down and remade as new cells are made as new processes take place, So they get broken down through a variety of pathways And I’m simplifying that. A lot the details, But the end result – and there are two kind of materials that we end up with One is called hypoxanthine Hypothanthine, The other one is guanine And they both get further broken down into the same thing, Which is xanthine. And then that is the precursor to uric acid Uric acid is the thing that accumulates and causes gout or the symptoms of gout. So, as you can see, it’s, a normal part of this physiological pathway that we need Uric acid by itself is not a bad thing. So what happens to it usually in a healthy person,…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/CsrUfTljLJ8 – [Voiceover] Infectious arthritis is where you have an infection in the joint, usually bacterial. And we think of how a joint is one bone then the other bone, some cartilage in the middle and with this joint capsule that closes off the space. Usually the synovial fluid in here is sterile. This is not open to the environment, and it's sterile and clean in there. And an infectious arthritis happens when the bacteria gets in there and causes an infection, just like it can in the rest of the body. Now, the two bacteria that are most commonly the culprit for infectious arthritis are Neisseria gonorrhoeae, gonorrhoeae, that's the first one. And then Staph aureus is the second one.And I've drawn this knee here because infectious arthritis usually happens or most commonly happens in the knee. And it's just one knee. It's not systemic, so there's no reason…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/1O3F-b8FfDY – [Voiceover] So gout is a joint disease that actually doesn't have much to do with the joint in the sense that the joint is fine. But it's a deposition of something that doesn't belong in the joint that causes all our problems. I'm drawing it on the big toe here because that's where gout is most commonly located. And it's been described as one of the worst kinds of pain. An acute gout inflammation, this person probably can't walk, and their big toe will be swollen like this. The culprit here, the little crystals are called monosodium urate. Monosodium urate. And it's a crystallized form of uric acid, which is something that is normally in our body as a byproduct, a breakdown product of our DNA and RNA. But when for some reason there's too much of this, it crystallizes and as it goes throughout our body, it…