Childrens Fancy Dress Princess Or Superman

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Childrens Fancy Dress

Fancy dress is great for adults because they have an excuse to dress up and be silly, they dont have to be the sensible and respectful adult they are on a daily basis, for one night they can dress up and be anyone they want to be. Fortunately for kids they can dress up, be silly, and play make believe all day everyday! Fancy dress for kids isnt limited to fancy dress parties or Halloween; its for everyday use, for when your friends come round to play, for going to the supermarket because mummy has run out of cheese, or simply for watching the Disney channel before bath time. Any time of day and any day of the week is perfect for dressing up when you are a child.

With so many opportunities for dress up there are many fancy dress costumes to choose from for kids, here is a look at a few of them.

Fancy Dress Princesses a common concept amongst little girls is that they love Princesses and fairytales. They love the Princess pretty dress, their beautiful hair, and the way they dance and sing, they love everything about them and want to be just like them. There are many costumes along these lines such as Belle, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, or a generic Princess or Fairy costume. An idea to think about is a 2 in 1 costume, you can buy a costume that is reversible, for example a dress that is Snow White on one side, turn it inside out and its Belle – perfect for your little princess.

Fancy Dress Super Heroes now you may think your little boy is a hero anyway but he will want to dress up and prove it to the world! Usually little boys love to dress up as their favourite action man or super hero whether it is Superman flying around from one sofa to the other, or Spiderman climbing up the walls, or maybe its the Incredible Hulk (hopefully he wont rip the costume apart playing this one) but whichever your childs fantasy hero is there is a costume to choose from.

Just Like Mum or Dad are you a nurse, a policeman, a doctor, or something along those lines? Kids copy everything you do and say, they always want to be like and dress up like their mummy or daddy. There are many kiddie costumes of uniforms such as the fireman, the S.W.A.T policeman, the ER doctor, the paramedic, and many more. Maybe you have something from work you can tailor to fit your child, or maybe you need to buy the costume but they can borrow a few items that fit well to finish off the outfit, have a look around and see what you can come up with.

Go the Distance with Online Distance Education Courses

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Today the distance between the Southern tip of Australia and the Northern-most parts of Norway is no longer unbridgeable. The Internet has revolutionized the way the world communicates, does business, and even coordinates classes albeit in different parts of the world but all at the same time! Distance education by means of online learning is the latest tool by which both children and adults in the remotest village in Africa or Asia can hope to receive education.

For the side providing education, distance or online learning is not only cheap and convenient but also prevents wasting time on transport and other resources. And for the side of the receiving end, it is nothing short of a blessing. Education should be a universal birthright for those seeking it and those who deserve it. Online or distance learning systems have lent further impetus to that. The study materials in distance or online learning courses are usually fresh and the latest. Thankfully, one can say goodbye to centuries of old thoughts rusting in tattered books in libraries which are mostly inaccessible.

Additionally, online learning helps one get the latest resources and references on any subject. And of course there is no limit to browsing as the Internet is filled with infinite number of resources on any particular subject. Online distance learning also lets one take courses at ones own pace. Gone are the days when one had to sink into the back-benches feeling left out from whats being taught in class. Study at will, study at leisure its all made possible by online distance education.

Virtual classrooms help students interact directly with their teachers and other fellow students without having to move an inch from their sofas! So one can live in Sydney but study at Berlin all with the help of online distance learning courses! Although this system of education is absolutely useful, still one disadvantage of this system might be that it depends heavily on connectivity. Students in places with very low bandwidth can find it extremely annoying to wait while their page takes forever to load. But thanks to latest Internet technology these problems are on the verge of being ironed out.

Now with real-time technologies, students and teachers can send and receive immediate feedback on courses and exams. The 3G spectrum in Internet telephony has made live video chats possible in many countries. The rest of the world, too, will be able to avail of the advantage of live video interaction during online distance learning classrooms in another two to three years.

Reasons Your Children Should Learn To Do Puzzles

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Every parent strives to provide the best environment for their children so they grow up to become educated, intelligent adults. The things you teach your children at a very young age have the most impact on their learning abilities for the rest of their lives.

In addition to letting your children play outside, read and socialize with other children, there are many things you can do to help your children develop the skills they need to execute simple actions (like hand-eye coordination and motor skills).

Puzzles are a great way to stimulate a childs brain and help develop some of the most important skills theyll need for the future not to mention, theyre a lot of fun.

Below, weve listed 3 reasons why every parent should teach their children how to complete puzzles.

1.Hand-Eye Coordination. As we mentioned briefly above, many puzzles aid in developing a childs hand eye coordination. Its very difficult for a young child to pick up a piece of a puzzle, turn it in the proper direction and place it where it belongs in the puzzle. The more they practice, the more it becomes second nature to them and, before you know it, your childs hand-eye coordination is functioning fully. Start with shape puzzles (the ones where the child has to put the shapes into the corresponding holes) at a very young age and work your way up to harder levels as they progress.

2.Problem Solving Skills. Puzzles are a great way to teach children how to overcome problems. Many children become frustrated when trying to complete puzzles but the more they do them, the less frustrated they become. The child begins to realize the importance of working through their difficulties and learns how to cope with frustration. When theyve completed the puzzle, theyll be happy and will likely want to try another. This is an invaluable lesson to children.

3.Memory Skills. Puzzles are a proven method of stimulating a childs memory. There are many types of puzzles designed specifically to help develop a childs memory. If you cant find the right type of puzzle at the store, there are simple ways to teach your children how to remember. Grab a deck of cards and sort through them until you find 5 pairs. Flip the 10 cards over and ask your child to pick up the cards one at a time to try and find a pair. If they flip over two cards and that dont match, they must flip the cards facedown and try again. This will help immensely when it comes to your childs memory skills. As it becomes easier, keep adding more cards to make it difficult and keep them challenged.

Puzzles are an easy, fun and affordable way to keep your children occupied and learning at the same time. We hope you enjoy the information weve provided!

Understanding the Condition of Underprivileged Children in Developing Countries

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It is a fact recognized by the government and the civil society that thousands of children are routinely denied their basic human rights in developing and economically backward countries such as Bangladesh. There are many schemes that promise to protect the rights of the child but they are all affected by the acute difficulty that arises in their proper implementation.

Millions of children remain deprived of education and are forced to work long hours under extremely perilous conditions. Many of them languish in inhuman conditions in slums and squatter camps without proper hygiene or sanitation facilities.

Children are the future of any civilized society and it is necessary to ensure their physical and mental well being to ensure a healthy and intellectual society in the future. Social organizations have begun to recognize the lack of application shown by government run organizations in resolving these issues and are therefore taking major initiatives to resolve the problem at grassroots level.

Several programs have been chalked out to create the right atmosphere for the socio-physiological development of women and children so that they can enjoy a life that is qualitatively better than the present filthy conditions that they live in.

Bangladesh receives more than a million rural migrants every year. Most of them are forced to live in conditions that are completely unfit for humans. Very often, young children including minors of the family are forced to take up work for sheer survival. Infants are therefore left unattended or in the custody of their siblings. This is at the cost of their welfare and schooling. Most of the children living under such conditions lose their childhood rights, are completely neglected and left to live off the streets.

Most of the times mothers are left to raise the children themselves singlehandedly without the support of male members. In such instances, they have to take care of the child and also carry out their daily work to be able to survive.

Non-government organizations have done commendable work over the past couple of years in understanding the gravity of the situation and the impact that it can have on the future of the country and its economy.

Welcome to Touching Souls International – New York based nonprofit organization actively involved in charity work for the past two decades. Our mission is to provide charity for children, assistance in health, education and environment for the needy, economically disadvantaged people of the third world countries. Donate now using our online donation.

Babies And Circadian Rhythms

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If you are expecting your first baby, it is important to understand what his/her sleep patterns will be and how they are affected by day and night. As babies age, they need less sleep throughout the day. The times where a baby is alert usually only lasts for two or three hours, at one month of age they sleep for over fifteen hours. By the time they reach six months of age, they tend to sleep between twelve and fourteen hours a day.

When children are born they have no natural circadian rhythm. Instead their sleep patterns are based on smaller ‘ultradian’ cycles which will repeat a number of times within a day. When a new born is just 2-8 weeks old, it will sleep for around four hours then awaken for thirty minutes, although this pattern is in constant flux.

Many new parents find their baby’s sleep patterns difficult, but the last thing you want to do is try and change them. The schedule of sleep that your baby is on isn’t up to you. By trying to change his schedule to fit your needs, you may cause his pattern to become even more inconsistent and cause him to take longer to develop the twenty-four-hour circadian rhythm. A circadian rhythm is one that consists of being awake for twelve hours and then sleeping for twelve hours.

Scientists have recently discovered a natural ingredient of breast milk which makes it different from formula. Interestingly breast milk created in the daytime contains less sleep encouraging nucleotides than that created at night. Nucleotides within the breast milk increased when nighttime approached showing how they follow their own circadian rhythm.

It is important that during the day you allow your home to be at a normal noise level and that you engage your baby with eye contact, which will help them get to know what makes daytime different from the night. Eye contact is very exciting for babies. Keeping eye contact with your baby will have a physical effect, blood pressure will rise, the heart will beat faster and your baby will awaken fully.

As night time approaches, limit the amount of stimulation give the the baby. It is also helpful to initiate a series of pre-bedtime rituals to let your baby know it is almost time for sleep. When your child reaches three months old, he should be able to turn two sleep cycles into one period of unbroken sleep. You may run into the issue that the cycle doesn’t happen at night. Night sleep gets much more routine once the baby turns four months old.

Major Study Shows Dissatisfaction Following Robotic Prostatectomy

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A major study of patient satisfaction and regret following open prostatectomy and robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy provides some important lessons for surgeons.*
The research, recently published in the European Journal of Urology, shows 19 per cent of patients regretted their treatment choice and patients who had robot-assisted surgery were most likely to be dissatisfied.

The authors suggest the regret is “possibly because of higher expectation of an ‘innovative procedure'”.

Their conclusion is one for all urological surgeons to note. “We suggest that urologists carefully portray the risks and benefits of new technologies during preoperative counselling to minimise regret and maximise satisfaction.”

In recent years, the treatment of prostate cancer has been a rapidly developing field, providing patients with a wide range of different choices.

Brachytherapy and HIFU offer non-surgical options and for those who want surgery, there are open, laparoscopic and nerve-sparring options, depending upon your diagnosis and treatment provider.

At the same time, patients are becoming increasingly proactive, using the internet to research and consider the different options themselves, as well as the traditional consultation with the urologist.

Increased choice is without doubt a positive benefit for patients, but as urology centres – both private and NHS – seek to attract patients, we have a responsibility to carefully counsel them about the advantages and disadvantages of treatments.
There is a distinctive risk when a procedure is perceived to be new and especially “innovative”. The media will always be interested in the next “pioneering operation”, particularly one which involves robots.

A newspaper article will tend to portray the new procedure as an immaculate solution, which corrects all the risk and disadvantages of other procedures.
As surgeons, we have a responsibility to provide patients with a more sober and informative picture, acknowledging limitations as well as benefits.

The patient satisfaction study was based on the responses of 400 men who had undergone retropubic radical prostatectomy (RRP) or robot-assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy between 2000 and 2007 in the US.

The report’s authors also examined patients urinary domain scores, hormonal domain scores and found scores were independently linked with regret.

It is still early days for robotic surgery in the UK. In prostate cancer surgery, there are currently six Da Vinci robotic machines in the UK, compared with 350 in America.

There is no current evidence that robotic surgery provides better outcomes for patients, in terms of urinary symptoms, post operative sexual function or post-operative risks and complications.
It seems certain that robotic surgery will increase within the UK during the next decade, with NHS and private centres purchasing the Da Vinci machines.

This will provide even more choice for patients, which is in principle, a positive development.

It is however vital that patients are given accurate and comprehensive information to enable them to make an informed choice, rather than simply being over-sold a new product.

Parents and Federal Regulators Alarmed, as Majority of Recalls are Baby Products

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Because parenting a baby or toddler is not a breeze, many use a variety of products made to for easier supervision of young children. Although these products are well-intentioned, if not manufactured correctly, it is possible for an accident to occur resulting in serious personal injury or death. As a dedicated Detroit personal injury lawyer who sees many examples of injury stemming from product recalls, it is difficult not to notice an alarming trend: a majority of items called back are those intended for use by small children and babies, those who are the most defenseless against an accident.

According to Don Mays, the senior director of product safety, of the over 500 recalls made by the Consumer Product Safety Commission each year are for children’s products–not to mention additional recalls made by other institutions such as the Food and Drug Administration, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

For example, the CPSC warned parents earlier this year that only older and larger babies should be held in soft-sling carriers, as three young children died as a result of suffocation in 2009. Also included in the products recalled are Simplicity and Graco cribs, as well as millions of strollers. Both products have a history of malfunctioning, causing significant personal injury or death to several infants and toddlers.

Sparked by the many product recalls, like those listed above, federal regulators, manufacturers, and parents continue to debate how to make sure products are safe for use by small children and babies. Mays insists that federal institutions are doing all they can to respond to safety issues, he also acknowledged that “there are probably more unsafe products on the market in recent times than there have been in the passed.” Although reasons for this vary, studies conducted by the Consumer’s Union reveal that over 80 percent of products recalled between 2007 and 2008 were made in China. Sending manufacturing overseas could be one problem according to Mays, as “sometimes the controls are not put in place to make sure the product is manufactured in a safe fashion,” he explained.

Because of a great amount of unsafe children’s products on the market, it is essential that parents are proactive in protecting their children. Keeping updated with public safety announcements made by the manufacturing companies, the CPSC, as well as safety advocates can help prevent disaster in your home. If your child does sustain personal injury or dies due to a malfunctioning product, as a parent, you must be filled with questions regarding your options. For answers, as well as the highest quality legal advice and legal representation, it is important to contact a hard-working and aggressive Detroit personal injury attorney. Doing so quickly will not only make sure your personal injury claim receives a positive outcome, but that your child receives compensation for injuries and losses sustained.

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Citizenship Test Study Guide

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Announcing the launch of new educational publishing company

R.T. Publications is releasing its first study guide with numerous more to follow in the near future. Their new study guide,designed to help people pass the U.S. Citizenship exam and interview, is being praised and new and innovative. It has a simple, straightforward approach that is interesting yet easy to understand.

It can be found at citizenshipcd.com

A free, mini version with many study tips can be found at citizenshiptesttips.com This site is loaded with free citizenship and immigration information.

Now, a word from the founder of R.T. Publications and the author of the new citizenship study guide, Richard Rash:

R.T. Publications is a small, independently owned and operated publishing company dedicated to communities, whether they are next-door or a half a world away. We believe that to be truly free, one has to have easy access to accurate information that is true and understandable. Information can bring people and communities together for a common goal or cause and our mission is to be a part of this growing, positive trend.

Our passion at R.T. Publications is to teach, educate, inform and grow with people and communities. “Passing the U.S. Citizenship Interview: Yes, You Can Do It!” is a prime example of our passion at work. Have you ever attended a ceremony where new U.S. Citizens are being sworn in? Our founder and author of this study guide, Richard Rash, has attended numerous ceremonies, including his wife’s. He says the look of pride, joy, relief and gratitude on the faces of new Americans meld together and surrounds the person in an aura that glows like a parent gazing upon their new born child for the first time. That is what drives us, that is why we do what we do: to play a part in watershed moments in people’s lives.

We hope that our passion reflects in our work and we look forward to providing you with quality educational materials in the future. We encourage you to contact us with questions, suggestions, submissions, ideas or concerns.

I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of a person to elevate their life by conscious endeavor.

Henry David Thoreau

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Overprotective Parenting

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Overprotective parenting seems to be on the rise, with parents getting increasingly involved in, and ambitious about their childrens activities. Overprotective parenting is often the result of parents forgetting their children are individuals in their own right. Very often, overprotective parenting is a result of parents viewing their kids as an extension of themselves. Everything they wished to achieve, academically or on the sports field, is thrust on their children. The poor kids are expected to shine as superstars instead of just enjoying what they do.

These parents fail to differentiate their children’s desires and feelings from their own. They imagine their perfectly nice kids to be suffering from performance anxiety purely a reflection of their anxiety about the kids performance. Tennis or baseball can never be just a game to be enjoyed with friends. The child has to reach the US Open or Junior League. Parents fail to recognize the childs irritation at their interference, putting it down to sensitivity and anxiety.

Overprotective parenting often results in parents refusing to recognize and accept that their child has done anything wrong. As a result of overprotective parenting, children are condoned for destructive behavior and never have to face the rap for their actions. The parents thus validate unhealthy behavior instead of setting appropriate role models. Anxious parents shield their children from the consequences of their behavior. Thus, the child is always let off the hook, instead of being corrected.

Most children are embarrassed by their parents behavior as they grow older. They also resent the constant interference and anxiety about their performance. They wish the parents would back off and let them figure things out for themselves. Overprotective parents want to take the bumps out of their childrens lives, forgetting it is all a part of growing up. Life is not a spectator sport, and everyone has to go through good and bad experiences. Children learn to cope with failure when they go through a tough patch and they mature as a result of it.

Overprotective parents just focus on their childs achievements, and not the childs development. Kids are embarrassed when parents interfere in school about grades or inclusion in an activity. Parents, however, are obsessed with success, and are often misguided in their goals. In their anxiety, they take away all the discomforts, disappointments and even the fun out of growing up. Unfortunately, this kind of control can make the child go haywire when he or she is away at University, and could even end in alcoholism and drug abuse. Let children bloom at their own pace, and enjoy growing up, instead of overprotecting them.

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Should Pregnant Mothers Eat Garlic

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I know this topic will interest most pregnant mothers because this is one of the questions they often ask while pregnant. When pregnant, some individual will just have the appetite to consume more and more garlic. On the other side of the coin, some pregnant mums despise its consumption when pregnant. Consumption of garlic when pregnant varies from one individual to the other. In pharmacology, we were taught that even the food we eat could become poison if we eat it excess. On this note, if we consume excess garlic, it could also become poison to us. Likewise if a pregnant woman consumes too much of garlic while pregnant, it becomes poisonous and harmful to the body.

Moderate consumption of garlic while pregnant is safe. Remember just moderate consumption! If you are a pregnant mother reading this article, it might interest you to know that some of the contents of garlic can pass enter the amniotic fluid via the placenta. For those of us who may not know what placenta is, I will explain. The placenta is a vascular organ that develops inside the uterus of most pregnant mammals to supply food and oxygen to the fetus through the umbilical cord. It is through this placenta that the baby in the mother’s womb gets its own food. It has also being found that garlic can cause thinning of the blood just like aspirin. The consequent of this is increase risk of bleeding which could be fatal to the pregnant mother. Just like most drugs, too much consumption of garlic can cause nausea and vomiting. Other possible side effects of this natural produce include gastrointestinal disturbances. It can also cause sweating and dizziness. Some people develop allergic reactions to garlic consumption. Since garlic causes thinning of blood, bleeding is a possible side effect. Although there are no documented side effects to the fetus, it is advisable to avoid it or consume it moderately during pregnancy. .

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Highly Useful Tips For Case Study Dissertation

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A case study includes a detailed account of a particular person, group or incident that you wish to highlight. Case study dissertations are based on qualitative research to explore facts and description of that particular topic. The main factor to consider in this dissertation is that you are not interested in universal facts but the factors involved, what are the variables that played a part, the circumstances in which it occurred and what actually happened.

Case study dissertation is extremely helpful in the learning process. It helps you to analyze a particular incident in detail and understand its nature but at the same time you cannot generalize your research findings because the stats that you have obtained are only relevant to a particular incident so if a similar event takes place later on, you cannot label its cause on the same grounds.

How to write case studies dissertation? First of all you need to be very well aware of the different types of case studies and the one that you would like to follow. You need to examine each type and figure out which type suits you best in accordance with the topic that you have selected. The second step is to search for secondary data available. Is there a related case study for dissertation available for your assistance? If yes, then go on and thoroughly read it. Jot down the important points that will help you to proceed with your research. The third step is primary research. This involves collection of data using methods as interviewing, using questionnaires and via observation and etc. After the compilation of all the data, you need to analyze and compare the findings via both primary and secondary reach and come up with a conclusion.

Case study dissertations can be written in different forms. You can write them in narrative form i.e. the way a story is written, or you can write in interrogative form where you pose a question and then elaborate it or simply in a descriptive form where you start with introduction i.e. history or background followed by research findings and then conclusion.

All in all case study dissertation is really helpful for students as it allows them to analyze the actual life problems in detail and apply their logic to solve it with the help of theories learned in the class room.