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Primary Complex Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

This is my daughter’s chest x-ray. Unfortunately she has contracted a disease called primary complex. Primary complex is a form of Tuberculosis that commonly occurs in young children. It is caused by infection from the bacteria called Mycobacterium tuberculosis [1]. This bacteria can be transmitted from person to person, usually by mucous droplets that became airborne when the sick individual …

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Nursery Rhymes Tagalog Free Download

Nowadays, young Filipino parents want their children to be well versed in using English and Tagalog as their medium of communication. This is very helpful for academic and socialization purposes if the children are living here in the Philippines. Meanwhile, there are also families  living abroad who wanted to instill in their children the love for our native language. Though …

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A lovely sight

Yesha is growing more and more lovely each passing day, her full smile revealing her now  six pearly white teeth, her face showing different irresistible expressions, surely I and her dad can’t help falling for her. I can waste time just watching her play by herself. And at almost nine months, she has  grown to be a sweet and cuddly …

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My Childbirth Experience via Normal Delivery

Delivery Date: April 15, 2011 (Friday)Hospital: Cardinal Santos Medical Center (Ocular Visit)Method:Lamaze (Natural Spontaneous Delivery without Epidural/Anesthesia)Weeks: 39 weeks and 3 days *You can check HERE on how I prepared myself for a successful Lamaze delivery. Labor Experience: April 13, 2011(Wednesday)  11:00AM  As per my weekly check up with my OB, my dilation was already 1-2 cm,  my cervix has …

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Compilation of Breastfeeding Resources

For months, I’ve been religiously searching for breastfeeding materials that will help me on breastfeeding my baby successfully. It is true that learning to breastfeed is like learning to ride a bicycle. You will never learn the skill of cycling when you haven’t practiced on riding one. Just like with breastfeeding, you’ll never acquire the skill until you and your …

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