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Nepal: About the Country
Introduction :: Nepal Background: In 1951, the Nepalese monarch ended the century-old system of...
Choose not to Use - Drugs Some Teens Use - Heroine
Heroin comes from the dried milk of the opium poppy, which is also used to create the class of painkillers called narcotics - medicines like codeine and morphine. Heroin can range from a white to dark brown powder to a sticky, tar-like substance. Street Names: horse, smack, Big H, junk How... Travel With Confidence This Summer:
Centuries ago, when settlers came to our shores from "across the pond," they brought with them germs and bacteria that were alien to the natives who inhabited this country. The results were predictable: outbreaks of infectious diseases, like measles and influenza, that were often fatal to the... Educating Children and Youth to Prevent Contagious Disease
Chronic disease has bypassed contagious disease as a leading cause of death in the U.S. Still, infectious diseases continue to contribute to illness and death. For example, pneumonia and influenza are the fifth leading cause of death among all Americans; AIDS is the leading cause of death for...
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"Hepatitis" in the Adoption Blogs
Selecting A Pediatrician For Your Internationally Adopted Child
November 3, 2009, 8:21 am
Selecting a pediatrician can be quite the process. While pregnant with Bear, my husband and I completed at least four "meet and greets" in which we'd set up a informal, in-office meeting with a prospective pediatrician. During these visits, we'd discuss our parenting philosophies (attachment... Democratic Republic of Congo
February 15, 2011, 5:43 pm
From what I have gathered, the Democratic Republic of Congo or DRC is located in Central Africa. This area is one of the poorest in the world, having the second lowest GDP per capita in the world. The reason for the poverty that prevails in this area is the fairly recent war that occurred there.... Risk Involved in International Adoption
January 14, 2010, 11:55 am
Today's post is all about risk. As adoptive parents (or prospective adoptive parents, biological parents, and the like), there's risk to be found everywhere. There's obviously risk in adoption (both domestic and international), in raising a child, and so on. Life is essentially full of risks, but...
"Hepatitis" in the Adoption Forums
Baby Girl Pruett born 7/13/61 Long Beach CA.
April 15, 2013, 11:43 pm
I am searching for anyone who knows anything about my biological family. I was born July 13, 1961 at 9:55 PM at St. Mary's Long Beach Hospital in Southern California. I was given the name Baby Girl Pruett. I was adopted through Los Angeles Bureau of Adoptions. My mother was 24 Dutch/Irish descent,...
"Hepatitis" on Adoption.com
Web Results for "Hepatitis"
Hepatitis is most commonly caused by one of three viruses. In its early stages, hepatitis may cause flu-like symptoms.
Hepatitis A, B & C - HIV & AIDS Information from AVERT.org
Hepatitis A, B and C symptoms, treatment and prevention. Also has detailed information about hepatitis tests and immunisation.
Hepatitis A, B, and C Center: Symptoms, Causes, Tests ...
Hepatitis A, B, and C are viral infections that together affect an estimated 5% to 6% of Americans. Get in-depth hepatitis information here about hepatitis symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments.