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Diet needs to be: Advanced gradually. Breast milk/formula is adequate up to 6 mos. Then you can start introducing soft healthy foods in addition to formula/breast milk. Add just one at a time, waiting 2-7d to add another. If baby doesn't like something, try it down the road as tastes change. Avoid anything that could be choked on, & save nuts and strawberries, tomatoes & other poss allergens til after 2 yrs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Clean every time: There is cheap, there is easy and there is cheap and effective. Clean every time you use the table - most important! the antimicrobial wipes are effective and easy, but cost the most. You can use a solution of simple bleach diluted 1:1 with water, this makes a great cleaner. If you use this as a spray, though, or any spray cleaner, make sure baby is far from the aerosol when you spray! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Keep vigilance: Never leave a child unattended on a dressing table, even for a moment, even if the baby is strapped ! eyes on baby at all times, despite the baby is being buckled. Keep everything within reach. http://www.healthychildren.org/english/safety-prevention/at-home/pages/changing-table-safety.aspx?nfstatus=401&nftoken=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000&nfstatusdescription=error%3a+no+local+token. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See the doctor: Once babies learn to roll, they can never be left unattended if there is a chance they may fall. Many babies may be fine after a fall, but injuries may not be apparent. Due to the concern of a significant injury, such as the head, it is important that your baby be checked out as soon as possible following a fall. ...Read more
An hour?: If you are concerned about caloric intake just decrease the amount of food you eat. You can do this by decreasing portions. It is not necessary to eat everything that is put in front of you (sorry mothers). Don't wait until you feel full to stop. Good luck. ...Read more
Found on internet: Here's a handy site for that... http://www.halls.md/ideal-weight/body.htm. ...Read more
Check Google: There are a variety of quizzes which will preditct your longevity. You can find them on line through google. They will ask your age, family history, history of illness, personal habits and even things like your driving record. Given all this information , a reasonable statement will be generated about how long you might live. ...Read more
Very unlikely: unless there was visible dirt or body secretions/blood on the table and you had open wounds, it would be very unlikely to become infected that way. You can become colonized with any bacteria that were on the table, but that can also happen anywhere with any surface (e.g. a shopping cart, exercise machine). ...Read more
I have used danabol table and 40mg daily for 20 days and now i am osteopanic is danabol is responsible for the same ?
Today in noon while having my lunch i collapsed for few seconds on dining table.I don't know what happen during that time?
Get evaluated.: Needless to say, it isn't normal to collapse on the dining table! did anyone witness this? Try to find out what they noticed. Please get evaluated by your doctor. They will want to check out your heart, run an ekg, and possibly have you wear a holter monitor to see if you are having rhythm disturbances. They will assess your neurologic function, and may recommend a ct or MRI of your brain. ...Read more
Hi all my son is 23month and he is not eating very well for few months since starting table food he eats very little he likes food and happy to so?
Re-examine the issue: My expectation for feeding at that age is 3-5 good feeding days a month & the rest nibbling or grazing.Their interest also shifts to carbohydrates to sustain activity rather than protein to sustain growth. Feed at the table & be sure appetizing food is always available in a for they could sample. As long as the growth rate & activity level are normal, relax.Think balanced week not balanced meal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Liver failure: Initially the symptoms of overdose are nonspecific (nausea, vomiting, abdominal discomfort, etc) but paracetamol (also called acetaminophen) overdose can lead to the most worrisome effect - acute liver failure. An antidote is available but must be administered in a timely fashion. If untreated, liver failure due to paracetamol overdose can ultimately lead to death. ...Read more
8-12 mos of age: If your baby has already tried a variety of single item pureed foods you can try some table foods between 8-12 months of age. Make sure they are well mashed. Still avoid honey until a year due to risk of botulism. Also items cut in circles such as franks and carrots are choking hazards. Stick to finger foods that melt such as cereals or cut in lengths. ...Read more
Yes: http://www.cdc.gov/growthcharts/data/who/grchrt_boys_24lw_9210.pdf.Get a more detailed answer ›