Here are some breastfeeding basics that you may find helpful. Talk to your baby’s doctor, nurse or your lactation specialist if you have other questions.
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In medical terminology, nosology is known as the branch of medicine that deals with the classification of medical conditions and diseases. Body conditions and diseases are generally classified according to symptoms, causes, as well as the organ systems involved.
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Ultrasound machines have become very common in hospitals and clinics since these provide very detailed results without the risk that traditional tools and equipment pose. Different approaches and techniques will be done depending on the organ to be studied and the condition of the patient. Ultrasound can also be done in such as short span of time and almost always require no special preparations. Here are the functions of the process.
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Eczema, a skin disease marked with skin irritations, itchiness and rashes, has several types, the most common of which is sometimes called atopic dermatitis. Most therapies for atopic dermatitis eczema are more of disease management since it has no specific cure.
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Stress is an emotional and physical reaction to change. Everyone has stress. Stress can be positive and give you energy or it can be unhealthy and cause health problems. Stress for short periods may not affect you but stress over time can cause or make some illnesses worse, such as heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome, asthma or arthritis.
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All babies cry, but some babies cry more than others. Sometimes you can tell that your baby is crying because your baby is hungry or uncomfortable. At other times, you may not know why your baby is crying. Your baby is just trying to communicate. Crying peaks at 2 months and a baby can cry up to 2 hours a day.
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Vaccines help prevent disease. Babies born in the United States may have their first vaccine right after birth. Future vaccines are given at well child check-ups with your child’s doctor or at a local health department. Vaccines are often given at these ages: 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 12 months, 15-18 months, 4-6 years, and 11-12 years. Vaccines are needed for children to enroll in school.
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Being overweight puts you at greater risk for health problems such as high blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease. Make healthy choices each day instead of going on and off of diets. A slow loss of ½-2 pounds per week is best. If you lose too much too fast, you often gain the weight back.
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The skin, being the largest organ of the body, is believed to be one of the factors that determine a person's beauty. Since it an also be a reflection of a person's underlying health, it is a must that people take care of it by keeping it well-hydrated, away from harmful UV rays, and by supplying it with nutrients though a religious skin care regimen.
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