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    Does High Fiber Diet prevent Asthma? Overview Yes, specifically, a diet full of vegetables and fruits can help minimize the level of asthma and allergies in the human body. Asthma is caused by cold, infection, dust, and stuffy areas among other factors. A person suffering from asthma is proved to have an easy time as long as he/she is feeding well in a high fiber diet. Asthma patients need a lot of care since the condition is not that easy to deal with. In case you are dealing with such a patient, ensure that they are kept warm and fed properly. At any time, you may find the asthma patient having sudden shortness of breath, which can be an alarming case if you have never met asthmatic patient. In addition to the high fiber diets, always keep an inhaler nearby in case of shortness of breath. All about asthma and high fiber diet • Mayoclinic.com states that asthma is as a result of allergies caused by pollution, dust, strong smell, cold among others which highly trigger asthmatic inflammations. A high fiber diet has the ability to improve the body immunity hence enabling you to resist diseases such as asthma and many more. • High fiber diet that is inclusive of fruits and vegetables has the ability to protect against asthma and reduce inflammation in your lungs. Asthma patients have difficulties in breathing due to the blocked respiratory system tubes. This does not give the patient any peace without the presence of an inhaler. Make sure that your every meal has high fiber…

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    usually normal in form, soiling is intermittent and feces may be in a prominent location. It can also occur due to an unintentional consequence of anal self-stimulation. When there is encopresis with no constipation, it is often a result of a psychiatric disorder most commonly Oppositional Defiant Disorder or Conduct Disorder. Based on the AACAP (2013), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) is an ongoing pattern of uncooperative, defiant, and hostile behavior toward authority figures, while…

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    One of the common issues within the aging population is constipation, which impacts one’s normal bowel habits and overall health. However, everyone undergoes constipation at one point in their lifetime, regardless of age. There are several causes that lead to this discomforting situation, and many individuals are not comfortable opening up about this feeling to health care providers. The purpose of this paper is to discuss constipation concerns within older adults and how nurses can promote…

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    As an early years practioner it is important to provide the child’s every day needs; rest and sleep is one very important normal daily routine for a young child. Rest and sleep provides time for the child to recover from the day’s events and provides them with more energy for the day to come. It also helps with memory and learning, for example, http://www.choochoos.co.uk/information/sleep-and-rest/, said that “Children who had a nap for at least 30 minutes with in four hours of learning the…

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    Hirschsprung's Disease Hirschsprung's disease is a condition that affects the large intestine (colon) and causes problems with using the restroom properly. The condition is present at birth as a result of missing nerve cells in the muscles of the baby's colon. A newborn who has Hirschsprung's disease usually can't have a bowel movement in the days after birth. In mild cases, the condition might not be detected until later in childhood. Uncommonly, Hirschsprung's disease is…

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    D. Describe the practices you could implement in an early childhood education and care service to ensure that each child has clean bedding for rest and sleep times. A. In a child care setting it is important that each child has their own bed, it is not ok to let children share and sleep on beds and blankets used by another child due to possible infection spreading. Cots, beds and mattresses should be cleaned after each child has used them which means we need to strip bedding and wipe all…

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    Think about whether your child will respond better to training on the toilet like Mommy and Daddy or whether your tot may be intimidated by the size of the toilet, the big hole in the middle and the loud sound it makes when flushing. Take your cues from your child by observing well in advance of the 3 Day Potty Training Event your child’s comfort level with the toilet. Potty chairs are easier to use for potty training and a lot less intimidating for kids. They come in toddler-friendly colors,…

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    Results Landis scored 93% on the Brigance Early Childhood Screen II: Basic Assessment: Two-Year-Old Child. For physical health and development Landis scored 100%, and for language development she scored 90%. Breaking down the physical health and development area, Landis is on track for her growth motor development, her visual motor development, and her fine motor development. Breaking down the language development area, Landis can identify body parts (feet, tongue, ears, head, legs, and…

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    1. I diagnosis Eleanor with pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) based on her history and examination. Pelvic floor dysfunction is the inability to control the pelvic floor muscles and failure to function properly is due to old age, obesity, pregnancy, menopause, and a vaginal delivery (Bartling, 2016). Its symptoms include urinary problems, constipation, a heavy feeling or bulge in the pelvis, and pain. Eleanor presents a majority of the risks factors and symptoms. She is more likely to have PFD…

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    Special effects makeup has countless techniques. These different techniques present and portray different qualities. Knowing which technique to use in different situations can make all the difference in constructing movies, films, or just creating a costume or prop piece in the interest of entertainment. Wax is an easy and decently effective method of special effects makeup. You can create a homemade wax, or buy professionally made wax. Homemade wax can be achieved by combining petroleum…

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