- Baby Feeding
- Baby Health
- Anemia in Babies
- Asperger’s Syndrome in Babies
- Asthma in Babies
- Autism in Babies
- Baby Teething Fever
- Chicken Pox in Babies
- Cold in Babies
- Congenital Abnormalities
- Conjunctivitis In Babies
- Cradle Cap in Infants
- Down Syndrome in Babies
- Flat Head Syndrome in Baby
- Flu in Babies
- Healthy Diet For Toddlers
- Hiccups in Babies
- Hypoglycemia & Colic in Babies
- Immunization Schedule
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Jaundice in Newborn
- Malaria in Babies
- Measles in Babies
- Nail Biting in Toddlers
- Nappy Rash
- Polio in Babies
- Restless Legs Syndrome
- Shaken Baby Syndrome
- Small Pox in Babies
- Temperature in Babies
- Tourette Syndrome in Babies
- Vomiting in Babies
- Baby Hygiene
- Baby Nursery
- Baby Safety
- Baby Sleep Patterns
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I JUST FOUND OUT THAT MY INFANT HAS SICKLE CELL ANEMIA. PLEASE ANSWER THIS QUESTION ABOUT PROTEIN STRUCTURE?
Question by Yeah:
I just found out that my infant has sickle cell anemia. Please answer this question about protein structure?
In laymans term, how does the amino acid substitution that results in abnormal hemoglobin have a drastic effect on protein structure?
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Question by geri:
tips on keeping a toddler occupied while feeding newborn please?
I’ve just had a baby girl last week, and have a 19month old boy already. I am being really careful to give him loads of love when the baby’s asleep and involve him in nappy changing, etc when she’s awake so he doesn’t feel left out.
However, the one part I am clueless about is how to occupy him while feeding her (bottle feeding). She’s prone to spitting up bottles at the moment too, so I can’t really walk around with her, and need to sit as still as possible while I am feeding.
This makes the little guy upset and frustrated because he doesn’t comprehend why I am suddenly unable to play with him. Stories aren’t working because he normally reads them on my lap with me. What I did do was create a little tub of toys that I just take out when it’s feeding time but I am pretty sure the novelty will wear off there too.
Any ideas PLEASE???!!!
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Question by Eyecandy777:
Need some recipes for 13 months old baby (picky eater) please..?
What can I feed her for breakfast, lunch, dinner and in between. She is very picky and doesn’t like strong tastes at the same time I’d like it to be nutritional.
Also, she still chokes on her food, so I have to sort of puree all her food. Otherwise she chokes an throws up. But this is improving slowly, I blend less and less each time. She’s always been a bad eater.
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Question by Bonnie:
Cat smell…ewwww — Patoooey! STINKY!! // PLEASE HELP!!?
I have three manx cats. One is the mom who is about 7 years old (Can only estimate her age as she was a neglected, abandoned little girl when I found her with her 5 newborn kittens) and the other two are 2 of her 5 kittens. Chief and ChaCha who about about 3.5 years old. So, I have two female and one male manx who are strictly indoor cats. I have had all of them spayed/neutered.
Here’s the catch: From time-to-time I leave my clean or dirty laundry out before a good cleaning day comes around once a week or so. These clothes STINK STINK STAAANK. Whewww! PeeYuuuu! Smells like cat urine.
Obviously one or all of them have urinated on them…but I have a hard time believing this because I keep their litter boxes clean and ready to use — you know how cats dislike a dirty used kitty litter box. Riiight? Could it be simply that the male (or any of them) lay on these clothes during the day and their body odors seep into the fabric? Yes, the smell comes out during the laundry (especially because I use an oxy-clean type of product, bleach and loads of laundry detergent and fabric softener) I once heard that male cats still emit a foul odor no matter if they have been neutered or not. Is this what’s happening? I stuck my FACE in his fur to smell if *he* smells. Nope. He smells just fine. He’s a fluffy one…that’s for sure.
Any (credible) answers would be so appreciated. Of course, I realize I should always hang my clothes just after laundering them…and yes, I realize that I should keep the dirty/to be laundered clothing/towels, etc. in a separate hamper. That is ultimately going to have to be the solution…I suspect. However, I do not notice this awful, foul…. SMELLY CAT SMELL … (ewwww) on my furniture or in the carpet. So? What gives?
Thanks again for those who give legit (not smart ars) answers :^) These are my angel babies….I am officially the *cat lady* —- I love them soooo much!
Take care! Be well!
Thx 2 all of you who have answered so far. They are all great answers and THANK YOU for your solidarity and support during this very stanky stank time! tee heee. DO YOU GUYS THINK THAT FABREEZE or a like product would be useful on any furniture? So far I dont detect any stinky stinkston on the furniture fabric….but I could be wrong. Now I am all paranoid about walking around smelling like cat urine….unknowingly. Tee Hee….
I feel kind of petty about this as I know those in Haiti are suffering…for real tho.
Thanks again, everyone!!!
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If your infant has had a teething fever please answer!?
My 6mth old has had a fever for a day and a half straight. I am positive it is because of teething (he is drooling a lot!!) Just wondering if you could tell me how long your babies fever lasted with teething. Thanks!
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Question by Ahmad A:
PLEASE TELL ME IF THIS RESEARCH REPORT IS GOOD!!!?
ok..can u please look over my research report and tell me if it is good or not?tell me what i can do 2 improve it..thank u
Endangered Mountain Gorillas
The safety of hundreds of mountain gorillas living in different parts of Africa depends on the habitat that these animals live in. Mountain gorillas have been endangered for years in many different ways. Endangered mountain gorillas are very similar to humans. There are three different groups of gorillas and the mountain gorilla is one of them. There are some differences between these gorillas.
Mature male mountain gorillas are called silverbacks. The height that a silverback gorilla can reach up to is 5’6. The height of a female mountain gorilla is 5ft. A mountain gorilla has black and brown fur with black skin on its chest, fingers, armpits, bottom of their feet, palms, and faces. The weight of a silverback is 300-500 pounds. The weight of a female gorilla is 150-250pounds. The scientific name for a mountain gorilla is gorilla berengei. Mountain gorillas belong to the gorilla family.
Mountain gorillas are found in different parts of Africa in 285 square miles in the rain forests of Rwanda, Uganda and Zaire. Their habitats are in tropical rain forests in the forest edges and clearings, wet lowland forests, swamps, and abandoned fields. Eastern Lowland gorillas and Western Lowland gorillas also live in Zaire, but in different parts. All of these gorillas are very similar to each other. Mountain Gorillas live in cooler areas than the other two groups of gorillas.
Many of these gorillas are losing their homes. The rain forests are being cut down and used as farm land. These peaceful animals are being endangered because of genetic diseases transmitting very easily between human and other primate species. Sadly the health care for humans in the area is poor and therefore AIDS, malaria and a mess of other junk increase in the area. When humans enter the jungle to hunt, farm, poach, monitor, or live, they bring those diseases with them. People poach mountain gorillas for bush meat and trophies.
Gorillas eat 200 types of leaves, tubers, flowers, fruit, fungus and some insects. Some of their favorite foods include bamboo, thistles and wild celery. They do not drink water. Male gorillas eat approximately 50 pounds a day. They are herbivores and vegetarians.
When female gorillas are 10- 12 years old and are fully grown, they are able to reproduce. They only have 3 babies in their lifetime. Gorillas are pregnant for about 8 to 9.5 months. Newborn gorillas weigh only about 3-4 pounds at birth. At 4 months, the baby gorilla clutches onto their mother’s fur to get on her back. Baby gorillas can walk before they are 9 months old. When the gorilla is two years old, they are able to chew on vines and branches. Moms feed their babies on milk for the first 2.5 years of their life. When they are old enough, gorillas begin to build their own sleeping nests out of vegetation. Young gorillas stay with their mom for 3-4 years. Adult male gorillas will care for orphaned young gorillas. The lifespan of a gorilla is 30- 50 years.
Gorillas have a few special adaptations such as they eat 200 types of leaves, tubers, flowers, fruit, fungus and some insects. They have a daily routine. At 6am-8am, they wake-up. At 8am-10am, they eat. At 10am-2pm, they eat, play, relax, and sleep. At 2pm-5pm, they travel 300-6,000 feet and hunting on the way. At 5pm-6pm, they build a nest for them to sleep in. At 6pm-6am, they sleep. A gorilla’s predators are humans, leopards, and crocodiles. When a gorilla is ready to defend itself and their family from hunters, they stand up and beat on their chest. Gorillas can make 25 different sounds. Different groups of gorillas try to stay away from each other. When they get near each other, they fight. To frighten the other gorilla away, the opponent stands up high to appear larger, beats on his chest, roars, waves his arms, tears branches and charges into the other gorilla.
Mountain gorillas are large, quiet, and shy animals that live in a few isolated mountain forests in Africa. They are in severe danger of extinction. These lovely animals are being endangered in many different ways. Together, they try to defend themselves from predators.
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THIS IS MY FIRST TIME TO LET BABY SLEEP IN THE BED PLEASE GIVE ADVICE. (READ WHOLE STATEMENT THEN ANSWER)?
Question by Gypsy woman:
this is my first time to let baby sleep in the bed please give advice. (read whole statement then answer)?
Ok so I ended up needing stay at a family members home over night and I do not have a play pen or crib here so I have to share the king sized bed with him (just us) he is 3 months old and I dont let him sleep in the bed with my husband and I for obvious safety reasons but tonight it has to work. so any tips to help keep him safe. im a first time mother and im so nervous.
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WHAT WEBSITES CAN I FIND US/WESTERN EUROPE MADE FOR MY BABY?WANT HEALTHY SAFE TOYS.NO CHINA MADE TOYS PLEASE!?
Question by Katherine D:
What websites can I find US/Western Europe made for my baby?Want HEALTHY SAFE toys.No China made toys please!?
I have a new baby girl.
I need to know where I can buy healthy, safe toys for her. I want toys made in either the US/Canada or Western Europe, where standards of manufacturing can be trusted.
Can anyone tell me some websites where such toys can be found? When I search and read the “fine print” I find that most are made in China and I just do not have time mental, emotional energy to waste of worrying that a toy to make her happy can also either cause severe health problems or even kill her.
It’s hard enough raising children, let alone thinking that when you are doing something to help them, you are actually hurting them.
Again, please only US/Canada or Western European made toys.
And shame on manufacturers for outsourcing to countries without strong protocols just to make more money for their shareholders!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And their CEOs!!!!!!!!
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NEED HELP WITH AN INFANTS HEALTH, PLEASE CAN SOME ONE HELP, I ASKED IN NEWBORN BABY AND NO ONE KNEW?
Question by young mother:
need help with an infants health, please can some one help, i asked in newborn baby and no one knew?
my 7 month old has stoped eatin soild foods a while ago, i dont know why, and now she wakes up every hour to two hours at night, wont take naps and has always been a happy baby, but now i cant seem to get her to stop crying.
she has teeth, and wasent even this bad with teething, i just want my munchkin to be happy agian, does any one know what it might be, or how to help?
she is breast feedand she has had diarrea yesterday and today, and had a fever last night, but not today
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Question by Hayley:
How can I get my husband to take our daughters safety seriously? Help please!?
Hi, we have an almost 8 month old daughter and my husband is brilliant with her, he really dotes on her and when he’s not at work he’s playing with her, feeding her, changing her or putting her to bed.
The only problem is he seems to think it’s ok to leave her unattended on her changing table, the couch or our bed…she can’t crawl yet but she loves rolling around to get about and I am so sacred of her falling. I would not even leave a newborn who can’t move yet on a raised surface, let alone an active 8 month old!
He was changing her the other night and he came into the living room to ask me a question, I asked him where the baby was and he told me she was on the changing table. I became really upset and went running into her nursery to make sure she was ok and to move her off the table while he was not in the room. I told him it was really stupid to leave the baby on a raised surface like that, even for half a second. He concurred not to do it again even though he seemed more amused by my distress than concerned…he thinks I am over protective…
Then last night he did exactly the same thing, I went ballistic at him shouting and saying “do you not understand? If she falls she could be brain damaged, go blind or even die!” He promised not to do it again,although in the next breath he was trying to tell me that the edge of her changing mat (you know that small padded bit…about an inch high) would protect her from any falls.
I’m really concerned that he’ll do it again, and, short of not leaving him alone with our daughter, I do not know how to get the seriousness of this through his thick skull! / It annoys me because he’s usually so much more safety conscious than me; “Don’t let her pull her blanket over her head…she’ll suffocate!” (It’s a cellular blanket) or “Don’t reheat that! It’s meat if she eats it she’ll get food poisoning!” and “Don’t wrap her up too much! It can cause cot death you know!”
Grrrr! Sorry this is so long but I am at my wits end, he’s an intelligent man and I need him to appreciate the seriousness of this. Please, if you have any ideas I’d love to know. Thanks!
Lmao! Thanks for the recommendation Ricky but somehow I do not think that will work on my fella…he can hold out longer than any man I have ever known…lol
I tried sitting him down calmly and explaining what an awesome Father he is BUT he needs to think before leaving her on a raised surface after the first time it happened…I just blew up the second time because I could not believe that he would disregard what I’d said after we spoke about it for so long. Thanks for all these great answers…they’ve given me some good ideas.
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