Understanding Free Radical Attack and Preterm Babies

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Preterm babies do not have all the antioxidant systems and enzymes in place to help protect them from the harmful effects of chemicals produced by metabolism. These chemicals, known as free radicals, are produced in large numbers during times of rapid growth. Free radicals are unstable and highly reactive, interacting with delicate cell structures – including the genes – to cause damage. Our main protection against free radicals are dietary antioxidants, of which the most important are vitamins A, C, E, bioflavonoids and the mineral selenium. We also have some inborn protective measures that are not fully developed in small babies. Premature babies quickly use up the antioxidants supplied by their mother, and are then exposed to the damaging effects of free radicals before their own protective mechanisms are fully developed and in place. At 28 weeks gestation, for example, a baby’s own antioxidant enzyme systems are only half as active as they will be at 38 weeks gestation. This is thought to be one of the causes of lung damage in babies born too early. Free radicals can also damage the delicate blood vessels in a preterm baby’s brain and increase the risk of cell death and bleeding into the brain.

The body substances that are most sensitive to oxidative damage are fats. Your baby’s brain is composed of 60 per cent fat, with up to 20 per cent of brain cell weight composed of the long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs) DHA and AA. This means brain cells, which are 60 per cent fat, are particularly sen­sitive to free radical attack – but only if there are lower-than-optimal levels of DHA and AA. Paradoxically, optimal levels of DHA and AA in the fatty membranes of blood vessels and brain cells seem to strengthen these cells and protect against oxida­tion. This seems to be because an important antioxidant enzyme system (superoxide dismutase, also known as SOD) is activated by DHA and so provides extra protection. AA is important for making strong, flexible, elastic blood vessel walls which reduce the risk of bleeding into the brain, especially in premature infants.

Unfortunately, very premature babies often have low levels of DHA and AA. As they are no longer receiving essential fatty acids (EFAs) from their mother, their blood levels of DHA and AA – which are vital for healthy eye and brain development – fall dramatically within the first 3 weeks after birth: levels are only one-third of what they were at birth. Levels can be replenished by feeding on breastmilk, or on formula milk that is supple­mented with these LCPs.

In one study, babies born at an average of 30 weeks gestation were fed either their mother’s milk or formula milks containing different concentrations and types of a variety of essential fatty acids. The electrical activity of the back of their eyes (retinas) in response to seeing a light was then recorded. By 6 weeks after birth (that is, 36 weeks after conception) the infants who received mother’s milk or formulas containing DHA in amounts similar to mother’s milk achieved the best score – their eyes and the nerve connections involved in seeing had matured and were functioning best of all. This advancement was still present 30 weeks after delivery, with improved learning ability, problem-solving skills, speech, word capacity and ability to think in the abstract. This provides strong evidence that DHA at concentra­tions found in breastmilk are essential nutrients for the proper development of a premature baby’s eyes and the nerve-brain connections involved in sight. As a result of many similar stud­ies, formula feeds designed for premature babies are now rou­tinely supplemented (since around 1991) with careful blends of LCPs to maximize their brain and eye development. Even so, preterm babies fed human milk have better brain development when assessed at 18 months of age, and higher intelligence than similar babies fed formula milks.

Premature babies fed with mother’s milk through a tube have been found to have an 8.3 IQ point advantage at age 8 years, compared with similar, matched babies who did not receive breastmilk. Children whose mothers wanted to provide breast-milk but were unable to do so had the same IQ as those whose mothers had elected not to provide breastmilk. Although these results may be affected by parenting skills and genetics, adjust­ment for these factors indicates that human breastmilk provides a significant advantage to the brain development of preterm infants.

DHA levels of premature infants are positively related to their head circumference, birthweight and birth length. This suggests that increasing their DHA status may promote fetal growth and improve the outcome for preterm infants, as those born with a higher birthweight usually do better.

One of the richest dietary sources of LCPs is fish oil. Research in which mothers were given fish oil supplements, olive oil sup­plements or no supplements starting from the 30th week of pregnancy showed that babies of mothers receiving fish oils were healthier in that they weighed, on average, 107g more than other groups and stayed in the womb for an average of 4 days longer. The extension of gestation time in the womb was thought to be due to fish oils’ ability to inhibit the produc­tion of the hormone-like substances (prostaglandins) that help to trigger labour, or to inhibit the production of other prostaglandins that help to relax uterine wall muscles.

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How to Keep Busy Moms Healthy

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How to Keep Busy Moms Healthy


Are you a new mom? If so, then handling the baby and your life can seem a bit overwhelming for you. You might always feel tired due to your busy schedule. But there is no need to feel down. Keeping yourself healthy and happy for you and your baby’s sake is very important.

How to Keep Yourself Healthy

  • Make sure that you get enough sleep. But your baby is small he or she might and unpredicted sleeping patterns. Most new moms complain that they can’t get a good night’s sleep as the baby wakes up every 3 to 4 hours. This can’t be avoided. But what you can do is get enough rest and sleep by taking power naps. Go to sleep when your baby sleeps so that you can stay energetic and alert when the baby is up.
  • Have a lot of water and fiber. These two things are very important. Keeping hydrated and having a clean bowel system is important as this is something a lot of new moms complain about.
  • Have green leafy vegetables. No matter what food you take, make sure you include a lot of fruits and vegetables in your daily food so that you can get all micro and macro nutrients.
  • Some women suffer from post partum depression; you need to talk to your doctor and take medication and therapy. If ignored, things could get much worse.
  • If you are worried about the weight gain, start exercising. Don’t put yourself under a lot of stress-start with light stretching exercises or a brisk walk in evenings. You can even take your baby in a pram when you go for your walks.
  • It has been noted that breastfeeding helps a mother have better blood circulation and helps her to lose the pregnancy weight as well. So do this for your baby’s good health and for yourself too.
  • Get protein and vitamin supplements to gain back your health.

It has been said that a healthy sexual life is helpful for new mothers. It is safe for mothers to start having sex again a few weeks after delivery. Sex can relieve a lot of stress and will also keep you healthy.

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Schedule for Moms with Kids

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Schedule for Moms with Kids


If you are a mother and you have children in the house, then your life must be a complete roller-coaster. This can be tougher if your kids are younger. Changing diapers, feeding your kids, cooking for the family, cleaning and taking care of your home-doing everything in time can sometimes feel overwhelming. That’s why you should separate and coordinate your day’s work so that you get everything done properly and in time. Learn to compartmentalize and schedule everything. You can find time to do all your work and even relax.

Make a Schedule for the Day

  • If your children are small, then you need to make sure that they get a lot of care.
  • Keep your child’s cot or cradle where you work, given you’re a stay at home working mom. If you have a study or if you work with your computer, keep your baby close so that you can tend to his or her needs. Also there will be time saved as you don’t have to go from one room to another.
  • Keep a written schedule in front of you. Separate out the work according to your own timings. If you write it down, it will seem more achievable to you.
  • Keep time for brisk walks as well. You can take your child in a pram as well. This way, your baby will also have a change and you can also stay fit.
  • Plan your schedule for cooking as well. Plan out what to cook for the day, keep the items ready before you go to sleep and work within your time period. This will save a lot of time.
  • For grocery shopping and for running errands, you can ask other family members or friends to help you out on days when you have some extra work or if you feel tired.
  • Make time for power naps. These are very helpful as newborns tend to wake up at night and your sleep might be disturbed. So get your rest in parts all throughout the day.

Being a mom is not easy but if you plan your work and time them well, you’ll get a chance to enjoy every bit of it.

 

 

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Job Ideas for Stay at Home Moms

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Job Ideas for Stay at Home Moms


If you are a stay at home mom, you must be having a pretty busy life. You have to take care of the house, take care of the kids, clean the house, cook for the family and get everything done within 24 hours. But there might be times when you fee bored and restless. Did you know that today many stay at home moms are actually working from home. There are several well paid jobs that one can apply for and do it from home itself. The reason for you to take up the job could be anything.

Why Look For a Job?

It could be because you need more things to do to fill out your day, or if you’re a single mother, you might desperately need the money. Whatever the reason is, stay at home moms can get jobs online easily these days. You can even do some other kind of work from home-something you’re good at and make money from home itself.

Various Jobs for Stay at Home Moms

  • Direct sales companies hire people to sell products and items online. You can check out the websites which hire people for such jobs. Learn the basics and you can do your work and earn money from home at ease.
  • Many online companies offer typing jobs as well. Typing jobs usually require people who are fast and good at typing data and information. This can be done online, look for advertisements where people hire writers and typists online. Check out the website and company and talk to the officials directly. Make sure that the website is legitimate and will send you your salary properly. Once all this is fixed, you can start working.
  • You can even open your own boutique if you have a knack for art and design.
  • If you’re good at painting or teaching, you can give tuitions and art lessons to local children as well. You can teach people anything that you’re skilled at from home itself. This is one option which many women choose.

Being a stay at home mom doesn’t mean that you can’t bring money into the family. Try these options and feel proud of yourself.

 

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What To Do If A Baby Gets Burned

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What To Do If A Baby Gets Burned


Motherhood is an amazing thing to happen to any woman. There are ups and downs but overall, it’s a phase which no one wants to miss a second of. Those sleepless nights, those phases of vomiting and frequent loo breaks- it’s all worth it. There are instances when our baby might get hurt due to some minor accidents at home. There is no reason to freak out. When babies learn to crawl they start discovering the world. They are very curious and it’s a part of the growing process top get hurt. You should know the right way to handle such matters. The most commonly asked question by new mothers is what to do if the baby gets a burn.

Steps to Follow When Your Child Gets a Burn

  • Submerge the area quickly in cold water for 10 minutes at least. The baby will be squirmy and will cry a lot by try to hold the burnt area under water.
  • Dry the area and cover it up with a sterile bandage. Tie it up loosely but not so lose that the child takes it off.
  • If the baby is in pain, you can give him or her acetaminophen (baby Tylenol). It’s safe.
  • If blisters start to appear, put an antiseptic cream and cover it up with a fresh bandage, tied up in the same manner. Never use the sticky bandage on babies.

What NOT To Do

  • Never break the blister
  • Don’t put lotions and powder on the burn
  • Don’t use ice

How to Be Careful

Babies are curious and they need to explore everything on their own as toddlers. You should never scold or stop them. Instead, you should be careful and keep your home safe for your infant. For example, keep hot utensils and food away from the baby’s reach. Never leave appliances on near the child. Mostly, babies put their hands on curling irons or straighter. Keep these away from, where the baby is.

A little care and right knowledge is what you need to equip yourself with during motherhood. At times, it’ll be tough but you’ll love every moment of it!

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Early Pregnancy Symptoms

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Early Pregnancy Symptoms


Being a mother is the most wonderful thing that a woman can ever experience. It is like a blessing to all. So if you have been trying to get pregnant, then you should know the early signs of pregnancy so that you can start preparing for it. A woman undergoes physiological and psychological changes when she gets pregnant. You need to be ready for all this and take care of yourself in order to take care of your baby’s healthy.

First Signs Of Pregnancy – The First Few Weeks

Most women start feeling the signs and symptoms of pregnancy within a week of fertilization. Some of the common early symptoms are-

  • The most obvious symptom is a missed period. You can get a home pregnancy kit to check if you’re pregnant. If you’re not, it’s probably because of stress.
  • Morning sickness- nausea and vomiting are common symptoms. Mostly the feeling of heaviness and bloating with slight nausea is felt by almost all women. This occurs mostly when one wakes up in the morning. There is nothing to be worried about as these sensations disappear within half an hour or so.
  • Some water retention is also possible. You might feel full and bloated at times. You can take some medication for this but it’s not really necessary.
  • If you feel irritated and moody all the time, don’t worry. Your body is undergoing a lot of hormonal change because of the pregnancy. This should be fine.
  • Your nails and hair also will grow faster than usual.
  • You will feel hungry and will start having aversions and liking of certain smells, food and drinks.

Common Signs During The 1st Trimester

  • A heightened sense of smell is something all women feel.
  • The bloating feeling should disappear within the first 2-3 weeks.
  • Weight gain is natural. Don’t try to fight it. A woman usually gains 12 Kgs or more during her entire gestation period.
  • In case of severe cramps, take a hot water bag and put it on your lower abdomen. Try light and safe stretching exercises.

Follow the doctor’s order regarding your diet plan. All nutrients especially folic acid and carbs, iron, fat content should be present in the right amounts. Have fruits and a lot of water. This can also help you take care of your cramps.

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21 Mistakes of Modern Day Parents, and How to Avoid Them

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21 Mistakes of Modern Day Parents, and How to Avoid Them

21 Mistakes of Modern Day Parents, and How to Avoid Them

The 21 Mistakes of Modern Day Parents

Raising school-age children is becoming increasingly difficult. The prevalence of the internet, smart phones, computers, social media, and technology has changed the parenting landscape.

The 21 Mistakes of Modern Day Parents is a thought-provoking and practical parenting book aimed at helping parents navigate this new landscape. The book provides parenting advice on a number of different issues and provides new insights in to raising children in the 21st century.

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Cinderella (Two-Disc Special Edition)

Cinderella (Two-Disc Special Edition)

  • Actors: Ilene Woods, James MacDonald, Eleanor Audley, Verna Felton, Rhoda Williams
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Special Edition
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Unknown), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
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The most celebrated of all the Disney classics, CINDERELLA, is also known as one of Walt Disney’s all-time favorite films. CINDERELLA has enchanted generations with its spellbinding story, charming music, and endearing characters that live in your heart forever. The beloved fairy tale becomes pure Disney magic as beautiful Cinderella shares her dreams of romance and a better life with the lovable mice Gus and Jaq. When Cinderella’s cruel stepmother prevents her from attending the Royal Ball, the delightful Fairy Godmother appears! With a wave of her wondrous wand and a bouncy “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo,” the Fairy Godmother transforms a simple pumpkin into a magical coach — and Cinderella’s rags into a gorgeous gown. At the ball, Cinderella falls in love with Prince Charming, but must flee before the stroke of midnight breaks the spell! Now with an all-new digital restoration, Disney’s Enhanced Home Theater Mix, and all-new games and music videos, this 2-Disc Special Edition of Cinderella is the perfect fit for everyone who believes dreams really do come true. Also available on Video.Worry not, Disney fans–this special edition DVD of the beloved Cinderella won’t turn into a pumpkin at the strike of midnight. One of the most enduring animated films of all time, the Disney-fied adaptation of the gory Brothers Grimm fairy tale became a classic in its own right, thanks to some memorable tunes (including “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes,” “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo,” and the title song) and some endearingly cute comic relief.


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We all know the story–the wicked stepmother and stepsisters simply won’t have it, this uppity Cinderella thinking she’s going to a ball designed to find the handsome prince an appropriate sweetheart, but perseverance, animal buddies, and a well-timed entrance by a fairy godmother make sure things turn out all right. There are a few striking sequences of pure animation–for example, Cinderella is reflected in bubbles drifting through the air–and the design is rich and evocative throughout. It’s a simple story padded here agreeably with comic business, particularly Cinderella’s rodent pals (dressed up conspicuously like the dwarf sidekicks of another famous Disney heroine) and their misadventures with a wretched cat named Lucifer. There’s also much harrumphing and exposition spouting by the King and the Grand Duke. It’s a much simpler and more graceful work than the more frenetically paced animated films of today, which makes it simultaneously quaint and highly gratifying. –David Kronke

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For another of its classic films, Disney delivers another dazzling DVD with a gorgeous, razor-sharp picture and 5.1 sound. (Note: the 1949 film is properly presented in full-screen format, 1.33 aspect ratio, because widescreen films weren’t made until the ’50s.) The best part of the supplemental features is the archival material, the absolute highlight of which is two unused songs, “Cinderella’s Work Song” (in which Cinderella imagines multiplying herself à la the Sorcerer’s Apprentice) and “Dancing on a Cloud.”


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Because these numbers were never animated, they’re accompanied by stylish illustrations from the Disney artists, and they’re simply marvelous to look at. The artist of much of that material, Mary Blair, gets her due in a 15-minute featurette, while the better known “Nine Old Men” are the subject of a round-table discussion among some of today’s top animators. In addition, a 38-minute documentary covers their contributions to specific characters of Cinderella as well as the film in general and the vocal cast. Also on the historical side is “The Cinderella That Almost Was,” tracking the development of the project through decades of original Disney concepts, characters, and songs, including the 1922 silent “Laugh-o-Gram,” which is also included in its entirety.


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Additional musical material includes three radio programs and a short promo of the movie by Perry Como, in which he summarizes the plot amid some songs by the Fontaine Sisters, star Ilene Woods, and the host himself. Seven other unused songs (17 minutes total) are available in audio-only. The material for kids is on the sparse side, consisting of two music videos, Disney Channel personality Sally (from “Mike’s Super Short Show”) learning how to become a princess with the help of the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition crew and others, a minor dancing-princess feature, and a DVD-ROM design studio. Oddest extra: ESPN’s “top Cinderella stories,” including the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team and Joe Namath’s New York Jets, although stories on Mia Hamm and tennis’s Williams sisters should appeal to the film’s primary target audience of young girls. –David Horiuchi

Cinderella Throughout the Years


Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (1957 Television Production)

Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (1965)

The Slipper and the Rose (1976)

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Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (1997)

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