A little girl in England seemed perfectly fine except for one thing: her eyes welled up with tears every time she peed. In fact, a rare situation in which the eyes produce tears when a person passes urine may be more common that thought because it s painless, and perhaps more of an inconvenience than anything else, people may be unlikely to seek medical help for it, researchers in England who dealt with the little girl s case reported today (Feb. 13). The cause of the condition may lie in the brain or in the facial nerves, according to the report. Both the and the passing of urine are under the control of a brain region called the pons. The report is published online in the journal Pediatrics. An unusual case The 3-year-old girl was brought to doctors in November 2009, because of
gizzards are a popular food throughout the world. [ Grilled gizzards are sold as in and throughout. In, gizzard and liver are considered part of a complete fried poultry dish. In they are eaten with rice or with chicken soup. They are also served grilled and prepared scrambled with eggs, onions, garlic, and salsa; and served with beans and tortillas for breakfast and other meals. Stewed gizzards are eaten as a snack in. In it is made with. In Ghana, it is eaten in a variety of forms (boiled, fried or grilled), but one of the most common is as a local khebab (brochette/skewers), with spices and optional green peppers and onions In gizzard is either grilled or fried and served with stew and fried. gizzards are a traditional food in some parts of the. In, gizzard is battered, deep fried and
The one thing all children have in common is their rights. Every child has the right to survive and thrive, to be educated, to be free from violence and abuse, to participate and to be heard. P Why does Education Matter? 1. Education is powerful. When children attend school their brains grow, their minds expand, and their eyes are opened. Education has the power to change the world, if we let it, by allowing every child to have access to learning. 2. Education is the first step to cross-cultural understanding. Geography, history, social studies, these are all standard topics taught in schools across the world. The more we understand the world, the more information we have at our fingertips, the greater our opportunities to see what life is like for the other. 3. Education builds
CHRISTMAS Day is fast approaching and most of us will be gearing up for a festive feast. Turkey is arguably the most popular choice come Crimbo (unless youБre a vegetarian) Б although some people do opt for goose, lamb or ham. Have you ever wondered where the turkey tradition comes from? According to statistics, 87 per cent of Brits will choose turkey for 2017 Б but why do we actually eat it on Christmas day? Apparently, it all comes down to one Yorkshireman. Nearly 500 years ago, in 1526, William Strickland acquired six turkeys from American Indian traders on while on his travels. Before turkeys came to British soil, people would consume geese, boarsБ head, chicken, cow and even peacocks during the festive period. Before turkeys came to British soil, people would consume geese, boarsБ
Varying degrees or coughing or wheezing. The sound of the cough itself can vary. For coughs similar to the sound of a goose honking, this is most typical of either Por an anatomic or inflammatory problem of the airways. Examples of anatomic problems are often seen with collapsing trachea syndrome common in toy breeds such as Pomeranians or Yorkshire Terriers. In other cases, the cough can be from an allergic/inflammatory condition such as chronic allergic airway disease or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). For moist/wet sounding coughs, these can be seen in cases of pneumonia, heart failure secondary to mitral valve disease, or a heart disease called cardiomyopathy. If the pet is still active, eating, and has a pink tongue and gums, then it is likely not an emergency.
If you count the number of atoms (subscripts) of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen on both sides of the equation, you will see that on the reactant side (left side), there are one atom of carbon, four atoms of hydrogen, and two atoms of oxygen. On the product side (right side), there are one atom of carbon, two atoms of hydrogen, and three atoms of oxygen. Therefore, the equation does not satisfy the law of conservation of mass, and is not balanced. In order to balance the equation, we must change the amounts of the reactants and products, as necessary, by adding coefficients in front of the appropriate formula(s). When balancing an equation, NEVER change the subscripts, because that changes the substance. To determine the number of atoms of each element, the coefficient is multiplied times
I think its cheap. We pay our maids 8 dollars a day and our gardener 10 dollars a day. We pay 120 dollars for membership to a somewhat prestigious social club. Our son goes to the American school for 400 dollars a month. We eat at home a lot but can go out as a couple and have a nice night for 50 dollars. In we pay 200 plus for the same level of food/entertainment etc. If you are a low budget tourist you can eat breakfast for 2 dollars, eat lunch for 2-3 and then have pupusas for dinner another 2 dollars. You can also get drunk for 3 dollars on low grade liquor that will give you acne. I think its cheap if you stay out of nice parts of the capital and even then its reasonable for Latin American standards and a steal by American standards. I would need 5 times the income to duplicate the
All electrical devices that supply power are usually rated in kVA. This includes transformers, UPS's & the like. Simply put, the difference between kVA & kW is that kVA is "Apparent Power", which does not take into account the Power Factor & kW is "True Power". See the below equations: The above equations are only for single phase. When a manufacturer makes a transformer, generator, UPS etc, they have no idea of the type of load that will be used & consequently can only rate the device according to its maximum current output that the conductors can safely carry (at untiy Power Factor) & the insulation rating of the conductors (voltage & temperature). ...
Loose pet hair is just a part of every day life for most cat owners. Outdoor cats (or cats with some access to the outside world) shed their coat much more heavily in Spring and Autumn, whilst most indoor cats moult constantly. Whichever type of cat you have, you're sure to have faced this problem at some point. Pet hair around the house can aggravate allergies and it sticks to carpets, curtains and soft furnishings like nothing else, making regular housework much more of a hassle - not to mention the extra effort needed to de-hair almost any item of clothing before leaving the house! Dealing with extreme amounts of shedding can be extremely frustrating, but whilst there is no 'cure' you can certainly take highly effective action to minimise the problem. Special tools can be useful for
Hiccups are considered normal for an infant who is younger than 12 months old. They can also occur while the baby is. However, if your baby gets hiccups, particularly if theyвre also upset or agitated when hiccupping, itвs a good idea to talk to your babyвs doctor. This could be a sign of other medical issues. Also, talk to a doctor if your babyвs hiccups are disturbing their sleep or if bouts of hiccups continue to happen often after your childвs first birthday. ...