Showing posts from: October 2016
Did you get all those “tricks” to give them a HAND over portion distortion?
– Food labels can’t be relied on
– Serve children on smaller plates, they’ll look larger.
– Dish out families food in kitchen on plates and bring them to the table, learn correct portion control.
– Don’t let children serve themselves out of “family-sized” bowls, they’ll always take too much.
– “Lend them a HAND,” teach them “rules of thumb” for portion control using their hand as an example. As it GROWS, so does the portion size.
– The FIST represents the portion size of rice, cereal, fruits or vegetables for a single meal.
– The size of the PALM represents the amount of protein, about 4 or 5 ounces, that should make up a DAILY serving size for a child or teen.
– The TOP OF THE THUMB’s FIRST JOINT represents the amount of mayonnaise, butter or salad dressing for a single meal.
– Eating at restaurant, wait to see what portion size comes for your child before ordering yourself so you can share theirs if it’s too large, or cut it in half and serve it as a second meal later on.
– Parents, you need to set a good example: if you don’t ask for seconds, your child won’t either.
Super, advice and tips.
Even though you may show little gratitude for it on a routine basis, I know you think that your wonderful “developed” country universally has lower rates of every disease than those poor, unfortunate undeveloped areas with little health care. Am I right? And it largely has to do with better hygiene… right? Huh? Huh?
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Give anyone older than about 40 enough of an opening to explain the difference between what kids experience today and what they experienced back then – they’ll NOT be a loss for words.
In the form of a tennis match, Ms. “Lucky Orange Pants,” as she refers to herself, lists six surprising “sets” of differences – all leading to “game, set match.”
It’s incredible how popular the posts that I do with a “guess the answer” format have been. I usually try to make them about topics which train young parents in diagnostic or treatment skills that will help them keep their children healthy and safe.
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We’ve only just begun, it seems, on our listing of the “50 most influential doctors in history,” a list made some time ago by a medical blog for physicians.
Today we chronicle the man who discerned the true nature of circulation, our number 46 on the list, William Harvey a contemporary of Galileo and Shakespeare and physician to King George of Great Britian.
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Anyone who hasn’t just about had enough of all things “presidential” by now must have spent the last year living in a cave somewhere.
I’ve found some “presidential medicine” related stuff that you probably “ought to know.” Just sayin!
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Here is a video I found that contains information about Rheumatic Fever for “medical types.” A DISCLAIMER is that the commentary is being delivered by a HIRED VOICE-OVER ARTIST, according to the authors bio. I say that, because he apparently knows how to pronounce “synergy” but not “Sydenham” or that “arthralgia” is NOT “muscle pain” but rather “joint pain.”
He gives basically good information but sort of sounds like he’s parroting text material and unsure about specifics of the disease – I would highly doubt he’s a pediatrician. Yes, “Sydenham” IS the name of the discovering physician.