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The danger virus mum can give her unborn baby: Thousands at risk of stillbirth or severe disabilities from infection caught from her other children 1,000 babies a year born with hearing loss, cerebral palsy and epilepsy Cytomegalovirus can lie... Many unknowingly carry a virus they have caught from their other children through nappy changing, eating from their plate or wiping their mouths. This virus can lie dormant in a woman’s body for several years unnoticed but should she become pregnant it may cause serious harm to the foetus. A report by researchers from University College London warns that as many as 1,000 babies a year are born with cytomegalovirus, or CMV, which leads to disabilities such as hearing loss, cerebral palsy and epilepsy. The virus infects up to 60 per cent of Britons at some point in their lives but most will not be aware because there are no symptoms. It is passed on through body fluids. Pregnant women usually catch it from their other young children through licking their spoons, changing nappies or kissing their faces. Experts want GPs and midwives to warn pregnant women of the risks posed by the virus and how they can avoid catching it. They say Britain is lagging behind the US and other European countries in terms of raising awareness and taking preventative... Professor Paul Griffiths, who specialises in virology at University College London and contributed to the report, said: ‘While CMV rarely poses problems for an otherwise healthy child or adult, the consequences of infection with this virus during... ‘Yet there is a substantial body of evidence available that shows that we can effectively reduce the risk of transmission with really simple steps. The problem is that this advice is not being followed because women in the. Source: www.dailymail.co.uk
A very large crowd was at the Toledo Farmers Market this holiday evening. The whistle blew at 5 pm and sixteen vendors were ready to sell. Kristi had her table full of bakery and red raspberries, this week she added rye bread. Kristi also had a couple of cute little visitors, her grand babies. Caryn was set up to make some of her popcorn and cotton candy. It sure smelled yummy. Darold had his table ready with cabbage, potatoes, green and yellow beans. Shirley, Michael, and Freddie had their yummy Czech bakery. This week she also made some zelnicky. Ginger and Chuck had their tables full. New items this week was gooseberries, zucchini, and cucumbers. Dawn had yummy chocolate waffle cookies and brownies this week. She also had new to the veggies yellow beans. Cheryl will be having a bunch of new items next week on her table. Although this week, Cheryl did add a new chicken ceramic scrubbie holder. Joe and Barb's new items this week was peppers, and zucchini. Jim was under his tree with his hand-made leather items. Pam had her table full of craft items, potholders, wooden magnets, and her Rada cutlery. Karen not only had soy candles but she also brought some lettuce. Nina had brownies along with her pies. Kathy had a table full of yummy treats. this week new was sugar cookies, and peanut butter corn flake cookies. Will and Thea had several new items to add to their candles and soaps. This week they had lava lamp lip gloss in caramel apple, peppermint patty, bubble gum and cake batter. She told me there would be new flavors to come. Also they had body parfait in black tie, awapuhi, glitter, strawberry, butterfly kisses, lemon sugar, exotic coconut, and many other scents. I can tell you the exotic coconut is awesome. And on the north end Kris with Red Earth Gardens had a new helper along with cucumbers, turnips, cabbage, kohlrabi, and zucchini in yellow and green. There you have it the line up for one of Toledo Farmers Market. There are many more to come. Be sure to come out on Friday evenings from 5-7 pm and see what we have for you. Each week I never know what I am going to write about until I set down to write. This week is no different, with the exception that I am exhausted and brain is not in working order. So with that I have decided to just give you some random thoughts. I was sad to hear last week that the annual BBQ cook -off that has been held at the Toledo Farmers Market is no longer going to happen. The BBQ cook-off was started many. Source: www.tamatoledonews.com
I barely knew anything about babies before I had one. I didn’t know how to dress them, or how to make them go to sleep. I didn’t know what went in their mouths, or what came out of their bums. I had no idea if an 8lb baby was big or small, and the last thing I wanted to do was actually touch one. But, despite this aggressive commitment to cluelessness, I did know one thing. I knew that teething would be horrible. That’s the one thing everyone knows about babies. When they start teething, everything gets worse. For some reason I’d chosen to forget this during my son’s early days. either because I was busy firefighting all sorts of other developmental landmines, or because I simply couldn’t bring myself to acknowledge the inevitable. But I can ignore it no longer. My son has started teething, and everything has got worse. First, there’s the biting. Leave anything within reaching distance of the boy and he’ll bite down on it. In fact, biting seems like a colossal understatement. It isn’t just biting, it’s yell-biting – he screams “Aiieeeee. ” as he jams stuff into his mouth, like a racially insensitive depiction of a foreign soldier in a 1950s Boy’s Own comic. And everything is fair game. Little by little, he’s Charlie Bit My Fingering the whole world. The other day I handed him to a houseguest, and 10 seconds later he was gnawing on the dining table as if it had looked at his pint funny. Then there’s all the accompanying strife. Teething by itself is bad enough. Having 20 shards of jaggedy bone stab you in slow motion from the inside is enough for any human, let alone one that isn’t able to properly rationalise uncomfortable sensations yet. But nobody ever told me that it also sends nappy rash through the roof. That was a surprise. The poor boy’s bum looks like my face did in the mid-1990s, which isn’t something I’d ever wish on anyone. The whole thing is bizarre, like God decided to punish all his orifices at once, in the most ghastly way imaginable. This has affected his temperament. Our happy little boy is still there, still trying to smile through the worst of it like a charity chugger in a rainstorm, but it’s taking it out of him. He’s louder than usual, and needier too. And, in turn, this is taking it out of us. My wife and I are growing ever more ragged, our stares slowly getting a little more distant. It’s taking whatever remaining effort we have not to constantly snap at each other. Source: www.theguardian.com
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You see, you need a ruler when you move in your table-setting exhibit so you can precisely measure distances from the cutlery to the table's edge. If you're wrong, you're disqualified. Oh, well, I was really just amusing myself anyway with my entry
That feather duster girlfriend of his is the weariest fuckboy sufferer of this entire Disney franchise. Plus, you just know he's getting forking half the cutlery on the side. Literally the first change the fact that he came to pillage somebody else
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They include not sharing their food and not using the same cutlery even if only to finish off what is left on their plate. Other simple steps include not kissing them on the faces and thoroughly washing hands after nappy changing. The virus, which is
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Cutlery and tableware for babies is very different to their adult equivalent. Our weaning tools guide explains more. Stage 1 Baby Weaning.
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