“Little kids – little troubles” – I think that any mother with a little child, will not agree with this saying. It’s the kid causes great anxiety and apprehension, causing beating faster with excitement heart of a young woman.
The connection at this time between the baby and the mother is very strong, because until recently they were one. The woman, focusing entirely on the child, sometimes even forgets about her husband. The man at this time to preserve my sanity and patience, myself to spend more time on child care, because it is very brings young parents and strengthens the relationship for years to come. The baby gets older, the mother will cease to worry, and if the man was gentle, patient, took an active part in the care of the child, the love of a woman towards her husband is doubled.
And while the child is still too young for him to avoid diathesis and other diseases is very important breastfeeding . Many experts advise mothers to breastfeed at least until the year that will help develop immunity and low susceptibility to diseases even in adulthood.
New products in the diet of the child are entered with extreme caution. You should limit the consumption of sweets. Mom needs to eat chocolate, cocoa, cheese curds, canned food, carbonated drinks, Continue reading
Scarlet fever is called acute infection, peculiar only to human disease. Typical manifestations of scarlet fever are intoxication, inflammation of the oropharyngeal area and punctate skin rash (exanthema).
The causes of scarlet fever in adults and children
As the infectious agent, acts streptococcal bacterium belonging to the group A (S. Pyogenes). This Streptococcus is the cause of other serious infections: sore throats and tonsillitis chronic type. rheumatic phenomena, erysipelas, skin diseases (streptococcal), renal disease (glomerular nephritis), etc. there is scarlet fever in children and adults – despite the common misconception that it is a disease “children”.
Carrier and distributor of infection is a man: suffering from any clinical form of streptococcal infections that affect the respiratory tract (respiratory), or latent carrier of the bacteria S. Pyogenes.
Scarlet fever is transmitted by airborne droplets (aerosol mechanism); as a rule, necessary for infection prolonged and close contact with a carrier of infection. Continue reading