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... teachers are your allies. Working together as a partnership with your child's teachers and your child's school will ensure that your child's behavioural therapy is continued during her/his crucial developmental ...
... it is prevented from falling back down again when the muscles relax by small one-way valves in the veins. During long periods of inactivity, for example when standing or sitting in the same position for ...
... Movement of the fluid is picked up by special sensors which convey messages to the brain, allowing us to keep our balance. For example, when a person trips he or she reacts quickly and avoids falling, ...
... learns about balance and movement, she is likely to get new opportunities for zooming about as she masters the art of pedalling. She may also show an interest in gymnastics by practising sommersaults and ...
... When the airways are inflamed, they become swollen and make breathing more difficult. The receptors in the airways react as if there is an obstruction, signalling a cough reflex. In rare cases, a cough ...
... for several weeks after the baby is born and it is these hormones that stimulate the glands. The excess sebum causes old skin cells to stick to the scalp instead of drying up and falling off as they would ...
Sleep disturbance or insomnia takes many forms and refers to the disruption of normal sleep patterns. In some people, it may be difficulty in falling asleep. In others it may be waking during the night, ...
...  What effect they have on your everyday life If they prevent you falling asleep or cause you to wake up at night You should also tell your doctor if anyone else in your family ...
... of an oil called sebum. The excess sebum causes old skin cells to stick together instead of drying up and falling off as they would do normally. In some cases, a type of fungus called Malassezia (previously ...
Here are the vital procedures that could save someone's life in a crisis Checking for Breathing This can be done in three ways: See if the chest is rising and falling. Feel for breath ...
... just in case. It can never hurt to have emergency staples of food and water and medicines on hand, but if you name this stash "bird flu" you're signalling yourself that a pandemic is imminent.  ...
... the cancer cannot be removed by surgery or treated with non-surgical approaches. Palliative treatment is done by specialists and the purpose is to relieve cancer-related symptoms. There are several ...
... acts as a pump, squeezing the veins and pushing the blood upwards. As the blood moves further and further upwards with each contraction of the leg muscles, it is prevented from falling back down again ...
... about 7 out of 10 women have the test and the numbers tested are falling. If CIN is detected, its treatment is usually performed during an outpatient visit to the hospital. Vaccination Although ...
... or want further advice, talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist or call in to your local Family Planning Clinic. Confidential advice may be obtained by calling the FPA Helpline (see below). If ...
... part in contact sports or physical activity where the head is exposed, wear protective headwear. If you look after an elderly person who is at risk of falling, make their environment as safe as possible. ...
... causes the cough. When the airways are inflamed, they become swollen and make breathing more difficult. The receptors in the airways react as if there is an obstruction, signalling a cough reflex. Some ...
... are enthralling to them, watch how your baby needs help at first to decide what goes where... and be amazed at how very soon they can complete the puzzle themselves.  ...
... your circumstances, the nurse may decide to treat just one ear, to allow your hearing to recover before calling you back for another appointment to treat the other ear. If the build-up of wax is a ...
... called sebum. The excess sebum causes old skin cells to stick together instead of drying up and falling off as they would do normally. In some cases, a type of fungus called Malassezia (previously called ...
... which causes the cough. When the airways are inflamed, they become swollen and make breathing more difficult. The receptors in the airways react as if there is an obstruction, signalling a cough reflex. ...