She was lucky: they were her real parents gave her love, family and home. Writer, blogger, mom remembers my story helps us to understand the feelings of those who are adopted, and the answers to those questions that we don’t always dare to ask.
My experience – this is only my experience. It is clear that all of us who foster children, is different, everyone has their experiences, their feelings – here is the whole palette of emotions from black to white. I do not in any way speak on behalf of all. But I think we each had the opportunity to speak.
The first months of his life I spent in the car. One day mother left me alone and never came back. I was a year, when I was adopted. So I found my real family. Usually others may have many questions, if they know that I was adopted. I heard these questions over the years as I can remember. And I would like to give, finally, the answers. About everything and everyone at once.
1. Orphans in life does not look like orphans with Golden curls that you see in the movies. They’re just kids. They went through trials that many find it difficult even to imagine. They need 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