Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV): What You Should Know About the Current Outbreak

If you have young children, if you watch the news, or if you have seen your pediatrician or family physician recently, then you probably have heard of RSV. Despite the way that some news media are talking about it, RSV not a new disease. It’s one of the main respiratory infections that pediatricians see and treat. It’s a virus that has been around for a very long time, it strikes each year from autumn through winter, and it has hit hard this season. This follows two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, when isolation measures may have kept RSV at bay.

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Weaning Bib

The weaning bib with a built-in pocket to catch crumbs is the perfect solution for keeping your kitchen clean while you are cooking. The bib has a built-in pocket that catches all the crumbs, so you don’t have to worry about them falling on the floor and making a mess. The bib has a built-in pocket that catches all the crumbs, so you don’t have to worry about them falling on the floor and making a mess. The pocket is located on the front of the bib, so it is easy to access and catch the crumbs. The bibs are available in several different colors and designs, so you can choose the perfect one for your little one. They’re made from a soft and comfortable fabric, and they have a Velcro closure that makes them easy to put on and take off. The bibs are also machine-washable, so you can keep them clean and fresh.. Weaning bibs are an essential part of the weaning process. They help to keep your baby clean and dry while they are learning to eat solid foods. There are many different types and designs of weaning bibs available, so it is important to choose one that is right for your baby. Some weaning bibs also have a built-in crumb catcher or food catcher. Weaning bibs should be easy to clean and machine washable. When choosing a weaning bib, it is important to consider your baby’s individual needs. If your baby is a messy eater, you may want to choose a bib with a built-in food catcher. If your baby is particularly small, you may want to choose a smaller size bib. It is also important to choose a weaning bib that is comfortable for your baby to wear. The weaning process can be messy, but weaning bibs can help to make it a little bit easier. Be sure to choose the right bib for your baby and their individual needs.Wipe-clean bibs are made from materials that can be easily wiped down after meals. They’re perfect for on-the-go eating, and they’re usually lightweight and compact, making them easy to carry around. Now that you know a little more about weaning bibs, it’s time to choose the right one for your baby. The most important thing is to find one that’s comfortable and easy to use. With so many options available, you’re sure to find the perfect bib for your weaning baby.A weaning bib is a great way to keep your little one clean and dry during the weaning process. They are also great for catch any food that your baby may drop. Weaning bibs come in a variety of styles and colors. You can find them at most baby stores or online. Features: -Made from soft and comfortable fabric -Machine-washable Our selection of weaning bibs smock can be found on our site,

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Wisconsin: Confusion Over Abortion Rights in the Badger State

It seems that we must be past the midway point in our journey through the legal status of reproductive care and abortion in the various US states. We’re taking this journey, here on The Pulse, because of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decision on the Dobbs versus Jackson Women’s Health Organization abortion case, this past June. The Dobbs case concerned Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act, written to prohibit all abortions subsequent to 15 weeks gestation, with very few exceptions. Along with upholding the Mississippi law with a 6-3 majority, the SCOTUS used the case to overturn the 1973

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When Is a Pregnancy Considered High Risk?

You’ve probably heard that some pregnancies are high risk and some are not, usually called low risk, but what do these phrases mean? Here we’ll take a look at the issues that can arise that cause care providers to classify your pregnancy as one or the other and discuss what it means if you have a high-risk pregnancy. Factors that could make a pregnancy high risk There are several medical conditions that when they’re present in people who get pregnant can make the pregnancy more complex. They include: High blood pressure can present risks for the pregnant person and the

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Cervical Ectropion: What You Need to Know

Cervical ectropion is a situation in which the lining of the inner part of the cervix, the cervical canal, becomes visible to an examiner during speculum examination. Also called cervical ectopy and cervical erosion, the condition involves the lining of the cervix, a type of tissue known as epithelial tissue. This type of tissue lines surfaces throughout the body and consists of cells called epithelial cells, which come in a few different shapes that relate to their function. One type of epithelium, called columnar epithelium, consists of  somewhat elongated cells, lined up like columns into a layer. This type of

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How to Recycle Cellphones + Why You Should

Last Updated on September 6, 2022 I own two cellphones: One for personal calls and texts, and one for work-related purposes, like creating high-quality videos for Instagram and TikTok. I’m a big fan of caring for my products (especially electronics) so they last for years to come.  The average smartphone lasts between 2 to 4 years, and that’s assuming you don’t…

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South Carolina: Abortion and Reproductive Care in the Palmetto State

Since the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided the Dobbs versus Jackson Women’s Health Organization case on abortion in June, we have been touring the US, state by state, region by region, comparing and contrasting the different situations, legal and otherwise, surrounding abortion. In many cases, this also affects the access to pregnancy care, including care for spontaneous abortions (miscarriages) and stillbirths and care for ectopic pregnancies and also fertility treatment. The case of Dobbs involved a Mississippi law prohibiting abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, meaning 15 weeks counting from the first day of bleeding of the

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Midwife’s Guide To Packing Your Hospital Bag!

Packing Your Hospital Bag Congratulations on your pregnancy!!! I have comprised a comprehensive list of what to pack in your hospital bag. I hope you find it helpful. Ideally you should pack your bag in plenty of time just in case your labour starts early. I would recommend packing an overnight hospital bag for […]

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