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Friday, December 13, 2013

Eight children of sperm donor looking for his father in reality

were some half-brothers who refused to participate Breeanna your query, so that , although he could be contacted with 14 of them , only 8- all between 17 and 20 years, joined the adventure.

" You think you know what to expect , you can handle it. But until you get here , you have how to be prepared , "said the star of the storm of emotions that have lived during their journey.
As noted by an English newspaper , she writes a daily video hoping someday show it to his biological father . " It would be fine if I did not come to know the donor . But it would be quiet if he had not even tried to know , "he said .
What to Expect The founder of the Donor Sibling Registry , Wendy Kramer said that a significant number of people , even if they were anonymous donors are interested in knowing who helped conceive. While there are others who simply do not want .

Healthy practices to enhance physical and mental health of children

Washington, DC (PAHO / WHO) - . The Pan American Health Organization / World Health Organization (PAHO / WHO) urges families of the Americas to adopt healthy practices and habits in homes for children and girls can achieve optimal physical growth and psychological development.

"There are a number of factors that support healthy child development , starting with the affection and healthy relationships , protection , access to quality health services , the existence of places to play , proper nutrition and social inclusion "said Gina Tambini , director of the Department of Family , Gender and Life Course PAHO / WHO .
The care-giving parents and carers have a fundamental role to play in promoting the potential of all children . From feeding a day and have vaccines to stimulate practices and standards adopted by the whole family , such as hand washing , personal hygiene or sleep under insecticide-treated nets to prevent malaria transmission , inter alia, contribute to increase child survival.
Between 1990 and 2011 , neonatal deaths in Latin America and the Caribbean fell by 55 % and 65 % among children under 5 years. 57% of child deaths a year occur before 28 days , mostly in the first week of life , whereas these deaths represent 44 % among those occurring before age 5, according to the PAHO / WHO .
However, there are inequities between countries in the region. While in Haiti and Bolivia 87 and 51 children die under age 5 per 1000 live births respectively in Chile in Cuba killed 8 and 6. Most infant deaths within the first month of life can be prevented with adequate access to quality care , through specific evidence-based interventions .
Providing quality care to sick children and improve access to care and prevention are some of the challenges in the Americas. To increase coverage a new multisectoral approach focused on equitable access to health services , focused on the primary care level , gender and cultural diversity is necessary.
" We must bring health to excluded families , such as indigenous peoples, Afro-descendants , displaced and those living in remote or inaccessible areas," Tambini said. " Children are subject to existing rights and we advocate for them ," he said .
PAHO / WHO is working with countries of the Americas to improve the health of children through an integrated health care strategy that goes a healthy pregnancy and birth to age five . It also seeks to improve the training of health workers in case management , health systems and health practices within families and communities.
In 1954 the General Assembly of the United Nations recommended that all countries institute a Universal Children's Day, in order to promote activities for the sake of children. On 20 November, marks the day on which the Assembly adopted the Declaration on the Rights of the Child in 1959 and the Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1989.
PAHO was established in 1902 and is the world's oldest international public health organization . Works with all countries on the continent to improve the health and quality of life of people in the region. It is the Regional Office for the Americas of WHO and specialized health agency of the American system .

in numbers
* About 8 million children die before their fifth year of life in the world .
* Approximately two-thirds of child deaths are preventable with practical low-cost interventions .
* Nearly 40 % of children under five who die each year are newborn infants.

Leading causes of death among children under five
* Pneumonia ( 18%)
* Complications of preterm birth (14 % )
Diarrhea (11% )
* Perinatal asphyxia (9 % )
* Malaria ( 7% )
* Other conditions (41 % )

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Tips to wear a long dress

Long dresses are very sophisticated, they are ideal for attending a corporate event or stylish celebration. This type of design usually ever get over well to most women because they are capases flatter any figure type creating a romantic and giving a sensual touch.
If you are thinking of using a long dress, do not miss these great tips to look to perfection.

If you want to increase several inches, the skirt of the dress should reach the ground or should end a little earlier. In otherwise only get to see more low and wide.

Long dresses tend to emphasize the fat that accumulates in the hip, for this reason you wear underneath a strip skin colored dress to hide the rolls and mark the waist.

If you have narrow shoulders and hips straples opt for dresses, these will sit very well. For women who have two types buxom flattering neckline: square neckline to conceal and to highlight heart-shaped neckline.

Finally you must be careful with supplements, if the dress contains snazzy accessories is recommended that only those necessary to avoid overloading the looks, if the dress is casual so if you can take supplements to complement the striking and looks.