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After radioiodine Rx you must stay 6 feet away from children and pregnant women for 24 hours. May return to work in 24 hours. For 24 hours must sleep 6 feet away from adults. Depending on the dose of radioiodine you must sleep in a separate bed from children and pregnant women for 6 days up to 21 days.
Travel time by public transportation is strictly limited for 3-4 days and is dose dependent. ...Read more
After your radioactive can you work after and do prepared lunch of the kids and do some work at home like cleaning laundry's kid clothes?
NO. For 1 wk after, someone else should be preparing/taking care the kids. The exact amount of time depends on the treatment. Your doc should give you instructions, . You eat out of plastic plates, have a special garbage bag, use separate towels, wash your clothes separately, stay 3 ft away from people-isolation in a room, do not share bed,
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After 3days of radioactive can you work after and do prepared lunch of the kids and do some work at home like cleaning laundry's kid clothes?
Safe? Yes. But Raw?: Raw? That is bizarre. Excuse my frankness. What possible value would that have to a school lunch? Raw is not unhealthy, but it seems extremely unappetizing. ...Read more
Diet for baby: By 6months solids are introduced, but this is not to replace their milk intake. They should have at least 24-30 oz/day of dairy and u can feed different textures and tastes to baby so they can develop their taste buds & feel for different foods. Give variety so they don't get bored. U want 2 make feeding times a happy moment & not one where they learn to fuss, 2 avoid this habit as they get older. ...Read more
Make it balanced: You want to include a variety of foods so as to give your child a well balanced meal but also because will likely make them more interested/eat more. Good choices are cut up fruit, veggies with dip (ex: hummus or ranch), cheese sticks, yogurt, sandwiches or crackers with protein-ex: meat or cheese or peanut butter. ...Read more
Any non dairy: Milk intolerance is widespread. Oddly enough we are the only species that I know of that drinks the milk of another species as a dietary staple. Hormones are given to cows and antibiotics are given to prevent udder infection. These are passed on to the child in the milk. I have seen a hyperactive child become normal within 5 days of stopping milk drinking. ...Read more
There are many foods: The university of rochester medical center pediatric nutrition web page has a long list of lactose-free foods (plus things to avoid): www. Urmc. Rochester. Edu/childrens-hospital/nutrition/lactose-free. Cfm lactose intolerant persons (over age 3 yrs) can always take lactaid chewables or tablets with meals or snacks that contain lactose. Lactaid milk is fine, and comes as whole, lowfat, or nonfat milk. ...Read more
You have prepared the lunch meal for the children and you find out that one of the children has an allergy to?
Question unclear: If you are asking what to do if the kid is allergic to what you prepaired, the answer is simple, don't let s/he eat it. Prepare something else. If the child ate it and developed hives, benedryl may help some. It is advisable to know specific dietary problems in any child you watch & have a rapid action plan for any unexpected reactions. Kids can develop pbms to foods they have tolerated in the past. ...Read more
34 yr old female. 5'5 155 lbs. Since giving birth 3 kids. Eat 2 eggs in morning. Salad for lunch. Small dinner. Can't seem to drop weight. Help please?
Weight: With three young kids you don't have enough time to properly look after yourself. Let it be for about three months then put your food intake and exercise in your efforts. If possible keep me posted. ...Read more
Can you give Benadryl (diphenhydramine) to a child taking Adderall? He takes 15 mg in am, 10 mg at lunch and 5-10mg after school.
Yes: There are no known interactions with these medicines combined. ...Read more
I give my kids pasta and chicken for school lunch how do I prevent food bourne illness should I freeze it first or what is the best way to pack it?
Plastic containers: Plastic containers usually work out with no problem. ...Read more
Many, many things: It could be something he ate. It could be a virus he caught from someone. It could be some other kind of infection that happens to be causing fever and vomiting. The bottom line in a child with fever and vomiting is that he need to stay hydrated. Give very small sips of liquid (1-2 teaspoons) frequently (every 5-10 minutes). This way, even if he vomits, some of that liquid will be absorbed. ...Read more
No hard statistics: I don't know of any hard data on malnutrition in the U.S., because it's largely thought to be a problem limited to developing nations, and U.S. data tends toward OVERnourishment & obesity. However, UNDERnourishment due to FOOD INSECURITY is a real problem in the U.S. According to USDA: in 2013 only 62% eligible for food stamps actually got it, and 1% of households had kids that went without food. ...Read more
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