Lego Sustainable Pieces – Company Going Green

Have you heard about the Lego Company’s genius and humble move to begin producing Lego sustainable pieces? Yes, the company is going green! The company, which many of us grew up with, is going to revolutionize their production and produce green products. In order to do this, the company has started to build a sustainable materials center in Denmark. According to news reports, the building is expected to be finished in 2016! Once the building is finished, the company will hire 100 new employees, who will work at the facility and engineer sustainable pieces.

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Calcium Deficiency In Pregnancy

Hypocalcemia or low serum calcium levels in pregnant females can be caused by decreased calcium intake and increased calcium excretion. One of the biggest factors of hypocalcaemia is low socio-economic status, because of poor nutritional and low daily calcium intake. Malabsorption may also cause hypocalcaemia, this occurs when the body is incapable of absorbing vitamins and nutrients from food.

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4 Moms Play Yard Review

Over the past few months, I have been experimenting with the 4 Moms Play Yard. Although the item is a little on the expensive side, it offers many excellent features and serves many purposes, which can help to make up for the cost. The play yard is lightweight, stylish and a breeze to use. Thus far, I have been thoroughly impressed with 4Moms and their play yard. Below, you will learn about my time with this specific baby play yard.

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Preeclampsia Dangers To Baby – All You Need to Know

When facing your pregnancy, it is possible for a number of different things to go wrong. Pre-eclampsia, or preeclampsia, happens to be one of the ailments that could plague you and cause you and your child complications. There are some specific risks and precautions that should be noted. By taking action early, you might be able to avoid the complications. Within this guide, you will be able to learn everything you need to know.

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When to Check for Pregnancy

Do you think you could potentially be pregnant? Congratulations, but don’t get too excited just yet! Instead, you’re going to need to confirm your pregnancy. There are truthfully several different ways to do this and you shouldn’t begin celebrating, until you do! Within this guide, you will learn all you need to know about taking the test and when to take it!

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Baby Needs: Checklist For Newborns

If you are expecting a new addition to your family, you will need to prepare for the occasion. Of course, this is a difficult task that must be tackled, by both parents. For new parents the task will even be more difficulty, because you are going to need to purchase all new baby essentials, which can be quiet expensive. Remember that it is crucial to take advantage of your baby shower, because this is a great opportunity for you to make some great gift requests. Below you will discover some great tips that will help you with this huge baby project.

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Cradle Cap Treatment For Babies With Hair

What is cradle cap? Cradle cap or seborrheic dermatitis will have the same appearance, as dandruff. It will appear within the first few months of life and normally disappear after 6-12 months of life, but in some rare cases some infants will continue to suffer from cradle cap. Not only does this skin condition affect the scalp, but can also be found on the baby’s eyebrows, eyelids, armpit creases, and ears.

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Motherhood Depression – What They Don’t Tell You

Having a baby is undoubtedly one of the most amazing things in an entire woman’s life, but there are many things that other mothers won’t tell you. Staying at home might seem a luxury to many individuals, but it is not! Staying at home cause mental anguish and can even lead to depression. With this in mind, you need to take the time to learn about the most common stay at home mom problems!

 

Learning about Depression Post Partum

What is post partum depression? This is simply a type of depression, which typically occurs after your baby has been delivered. Although it isn’t a direct result of the baby, his or her emergence can play a role in this. Of course, it is essential to know that there are actually two different types of post partum depression. The first is very common and approximately 20% of women will encounter it. The good news? It typically doesn’t last longer than a few weeks, before it dissipates.

On the other hand, there are also extreme case, which can last a year or longer. Thankfully, these types of cases are typically very rare and do not happen very often. Still, it is entirely normal for a women to experience a feeling of isolation, after the baby has entered the world. This likely has to do with the fact that w’re no longer carrying the baby, plus we don’t receive the same amount of attention that we did, when we were pregnant.

 

Post Partum Depression Symptoms

So, how do you know, whether or not you’re suffering from what I like to call “mom depression”? Well, you should take the time to look at the symptoms of this type of depression. These will be listed below for your consideration

  • Losing interest in your baby
  • No energy or motivation
  • Loss of appetite
  • Sleeping more frequently
  • No longer caring about yourself
  • Frequent negative thoughts towards your child

Post partum psychosis is significantly more serious and can cause much more alarming problems. Although it is typically very rare, it is still a good idea to know the signs! If you believe that you’re suffering from postpartum psychosis it is absolutely imperative to seek medical attention immediately. The signs of post partum psychosis can be found below.

  • Hallucinations
  • Anxiousness and Irritation
  • Mindless thoughts
  • Constant mood swings
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Hyperactivity

Again, if you’re facing any of these problems, it is absolutely imperative to take action, as soon as possible.

 

Treatments

When it comes down to it, you will have three different treatment options available to you, including counseling, medications and hormone therapy. As far as medications go, you will likely be prescribed SSRI, Zoloft, Paxil, Celexa and Prozac. Typically, it will take a few weeks, before you’re able to experience as results. Make sure to put a half to breastfeeding, if you’re going to be taking these medications.

 

Conclusion

Although you love your baby, it is still possible to suffer from post partum depression. Don’t feel ashamed, because this is entirely natural. If your symptoms do not pass, within a matter of weeks, you should make sure to seek out support. Remember that you have loved ones and these individuals are going to be more than willing to help you! Make sure that you take advantage of their generosity.

How to Speak To Your Children About Racism

Over the past few years, racism and diversity has become a major problem in American society. Racism could and might be everywhere! It could be in your children’s schools and on the playground! Regardless of your child’s screen color, it is possible for them to face racism. So, what should you do about it? It is impossible to go on a personal vendetta and slay all racists. Instead, you’ll need to educate your children! Nothing hurts racists more than education!

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Art Projects For Your Toddlers

Are you currently looking for a fun little art project that you can do with your children? There are many, but you will want to make sure that you choose those that are entirely safe! Make sure that you prevent your children from swallowing something dangerous and harmful. With this in mind, you will want to rely on the specific practices, as me. Don’t give your children potentially harmful oil paints! These are tremendously dangers and are known to cause cancer in California.

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