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Clinical features: Rotavirus is the most common cause of severe diarrhea among children, resulting in the hospitalization of approximately 55,000 children each year in the United States and the death of over 600,000 children annually worldwide. The incubation period for rotavirus disease is... Fit for Life - The Obseity Epidemic and Positive Changes on the Horizon
A worrisome problem of international proportions, obesity's effect on public health has been the subject of increased media attention, as rates of overweight and obesity continue to rise in the United States and worldwide. However, it looks like positive changes are on the horizon at the global... Hepatitis, Viral, Type A
Description Hepatitis A is an enterically transmitted viral disease that causes fever, malaise, anorexia, nausea, and abdominal discomfort, followed within a few days by jaundice. The disease ranges in clinical severity from no symptoms to a mild illness lasting 1 to 2 weeks to a severely... He Has a Summer Birthday: The Kindergarten Entrance Age Dilemma
David would be 5 in July. Full of enthusiasm, he confidently underwent spring kindergarten screening. The school psychologist explained that David completed the screening with average and above-average skills, but he had a summer birthday and he was a male. The psychologist and the gym teacher...
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"Childhood" in the Adoption Blogs
October 14, 2013, 6:32 pm
Last time I mentioned finding my birth mom and oldest sister and my lack of success in contacting my (full) brother, John.
Despite those setbacks, I do have a younger brother. After lots of searching, I found the youngest of the clan in West Texas. He is thirteen years my junior and such a... The Rest of the Story!
October 14, 2013, 7:40 pm
Last post I mentioned my search for my two remaining siblings from my birth mother.
My next task was to focus on the paternal side of the family. Of my siblings, I share both parents with only my brother John with whom we have not made successful contact. What about my birth father's side of... Bonus Siblings!
January 15, 2014, 8:58 am
First and foremost, let me say this: I was blessed with wonderful siblings! I'm not talking about my natural siblings, I'm talking about my adoptive siblings. We were six in all, with the last four of us being adopted. Although my older sisters remember helping mom care for us, and often remind...
"Childhood" in the Adoption Forums
February 19, 2014, 5:52 pm
Like you, I am a step father adoptee who was raised by my adoptive father and biological mother.
My biological father married my biological mother, I was born, and they divorced a few years later. After a brief period of child support and visitation, he disappeared. When my mother remarried, I...
February 18, 2014, 12:51 pm
Thanks for the bump up- time for an update.
Thank you also, to the 2 folks that PM'd me.
We had an initial, (and of course due to stupid insurance/requirements, for now, our only) appt with the therapy team. They listened to what was going on and immediately pointed to our marriage and...
OT - brother's legacy, continued
February 25, 2014, 8:21 am
Not sure this belongs here, but i need to put words to my feelings and you all are my online family
I've spent the last 4 days with my brother's widow, his son, my sisters, and father (different combinations of that set)
His last night on earth, he was last seen on all fours, unable to get...
25 Year Old Single Male Considering Adoption
March 2, 2014, 6:44 am
Hi. So I came to this forum seeking advice from people experienced in this area because I'm not the "normal" case. I am a 25 year single male that is looking to adopt in California. I have dated in the past and I am still open to dating but I have always dreamed of adopting a child when I was old...
Stories About "Childhood"
True Love Is Never Impatient
I am a 50-year-old birthfather in reunion with my children after twenty-four years of separation by a closed adoption. Our adoption was not typical. I had custody of our 4-year-old boy, and... You're Never Too Old to Learn the Truth
I'm a 58-year-old LDA. My brother Michael, seven years my senior, called me, as was his custom, on this past February 12th, 2010 to wish me a Happy Birthday. We small-talked for a few minutes when I... Hearts in Exile:
Fifteen years ago, I drove at dusk across the Golden Gate Bridge to a blind date with my birthmother. Rush hour. My excitement registering on the speedometer. The rear-view mirror cranked down, to...
"Childhood" on Adoption.com
Early Education for Children with Special Needs
Dimensions of Early Childhood, 22(2), 14-18. Wright, Arlene, & Ireton, Harold. (1995). Child development days: new approach to screening for early iIntervention. Journal of Early Education, 19(12), 253-63. Related Topics Early Intervention Young Children
Multicultural Parents and Families : How You Can Be Involved ...
Dimensions of Early Childhood 22(4): 17-21. Williams, Leslie R. (1991). Curriculum Making in Two Voices: Dilemmas of Inclusion in Early Childhood Education. Early Childhood Research Quarterly 6: 303-311. Willis, Arlette. (1996). Personal communication.
Childhood Obesity: - Adoption Library. Articles, Information ...
Managing Your Child's Food Environment Introduction Obesity in America has increased among every age group, including children. Using the 85th percentile for body mass index, experts report that 22% of children and adolescents are obese.
Foster Care Book: Chapter 22 - Child, Children, Foster, Kid, Kids
Chapter 22 - Summary . In summary - - Even though I, earlier, ... I Had A Bad Childhood Is used every day in court to justify breaking the law. The kids will also use it to their advantage because they hear the adults saying it.
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