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    become very handy. There will be many times our children get sick but one illness that can be scary for us parents and children is Croup a childhood virus…

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    Croup is an acute infectious laryngotracheitis which occurs mostly in children less than six years of age(although the peak incidence is around two years). It is characterized by a barking cough, hoarse voice and respiratory difficulties, which are typically seen to occur at night. Symptoms of croup Croup usually begins as an ordinary cold with symptoms such as a runny nose, slight rise of temperature and a mild cough. Within a week, a child with croup develops a barking cough with noisy…

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    The condition is usually caused by a virus infection, most often a parainfluenza virus. Fever and a hoarse voice are common with the croup. The Mayo clinic suggests seeking immediate medical attention if your child: Makes noisy, high-pitched breathing sounds (stridor) both when inhaling and exhaling Begins drooling or has difficulty swallowing Seems anxious and agitated or fatigued and listless Breathes at a faster rate than usual Struggles to breathe Develops blue or grayish skin around the…

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    The reporting party (RP) stated her 2 year old son Jamison Baguio began attending the child care home on 10/20/15. The RP stated when she picked up her son she found in dirty with dirt on his face and hands. Additionally the RP stated he smelled as if he was in a diaper too long. The RP stated once her son arrived home he drank a cup of milk in a few seconds. He was also very hungry at dinner. The RP stated her son is a sturdy child weighing more than 34 lbs. and stand more than 32 inches,…

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    The main character in the book Mechanica is Nicolette Lampton. Nicolette’s main motivation is her mom and what her mom’s dreams were. Her mom died because of Fey’s croup, which was a very horrible disease that could only be treated with lovesbane, which is an illegal medicine and it could not only help you but it could kill you. Her mom left Nicolette her workshop, which Nicolette adored. Emotionally Nicolette needs friendship. She wants a friend because her mom and dad died. When her mom died…

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    Eduardo Blumwald, a professor of the University of California, Berkeley, thinks that part of the solution is to genetically engineer croups that can better withstand drought (Ostrander 24). However, this may not be the case when we should ask for help from genetic engineering. Rather, try to solve this problem through sustainable non-GMO agricultural methods which were used in developing countries and have conclusively resulted in yield increases of 79% and higher. Whereas GMOs do not, on…

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    To do that, they did a primary research by going through the examinations’ results of each patient and detect for any abnormalities. Based on these results they started discussing the patients’ cases and give the possibilities of diseases for each case and how to deal with it. Furthermore, they did a secondary research on each case by using books and asking other professional pediatricians in the hospital, to make sure that they’re going to deal with each case correctly without making any…

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    the restaurant, cooking good meals for people who are enjoying the dishes in a big restaurant that had a lot of people once they hired more chefs in the same restaurant then he finds out that less time is taking for him too cook meals with the help of the other chefs. Most importantly, communicating with people is also an important reason why you should fit into a group. Working with a group will let people communicate with each other a lot because having people around you is so important, it…

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    I have been a radiation therapist for 29 years and I have met and bonded with a lot of patients over the years. Each day I’m amazed at what I learned from them. One courageous woman once told me she was prepared to die. Her children were raised and doing well on their own. She felt they had good morels and work ethics that gave them meaningful jobs. She said she finished her most meaningful job and was ready for her fate because she knew her family would be fine. When she told me this she…

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    that is in the family can imprint a young child/adult and cause them to repeat what they had gone throughout their lives. Alter’s colleague Windom had conducted a controlled experiment that suggest how a large portion of the adults that suffered from childhood abuse or neglect were more likely to be arrested than those that had reported no abuse or neglect. He also explained that the females that had suffered from childhood abuse were more likely to commit suicide versus the young males that…

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