Knowing the Symptoms

>> Sunday, March 1, 2009

As a mom of three kids one of whom is only on his preschool I make it a point to know their weaknesses in all areas of sickness. My eldest daughter Ruth who is now 11 years old proved to be the most healthy as she’s not easily infected with viral or other diseases unlike my second child Gengen whose susceptive to colds and cough. I gave her natural vitamins coming from citrus fruits to avoid getting viral infections from environment.

On my part I do some researches on our medical books and over the net to know tips and information on getting the best Treatments for Symptoms because it’s always best to know the symptoms so you can prevent your children from getting sick. Like what my mom always told me when we were younger that an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure, I think that really makes sense. We as parents should really be responsible for our children’s health because God has entrusted these little angels to us. We must protect them from illness and any other harmful elements that will make them sick.

There are many online sites that provide information on treatment and symptoms on almost all diseases like the usual disease for our elderly family members which are the Alzheimers. I know this disease because my auntie was suspected of having this kind of illness when she reached 60 years old. It was a saddening moment for her only daughter when she learned it because her memory started to lose control then. She would suddenly forget her daughter’s name and sometimes even her way going back her house. You could really know the symptoms of this disease early in time if you know the sites that offer helpful information. For information on disease symptoms and the causes and prevention of Alzheimers, read the article of Dr Daniel Amen. Check out the other Daniel Amen profile here for more helpful information. It’s a great help that nowadays online information can be searched through as easily as this because it can save us money and prevent the sickness from getting worse. That's what you call modernization benefits.


She Found Love!

My niece Heidi entered the world of married life and she chooses me to be one of her sponsors. I was happy to accept it as she’s like my own dating back the day she was born when I was just 14 years old. I remember myself always wanting to take care of her on my time after school. My day wouldn’t be complete if I hadn’t played the cute little baby she was. When she grew up she became very close to me and Redge and it continued until her college days when she lived with us. She returned to her grandma’s house after college and pursued her teaching career.

She’s a preschool teacher now in a Baptist school and well loved by her students and their parents due to the special attention that she always gives to her beloved students.
Her love story started also in this school when someone very close to her hubby now inquired a year ago for her kid’ schooling. That person didn’t continue with enrolling her children but introduced Heidi to Lister. The two didn’t meet for some months and Ina (the matchmaker) thought that they’re not interested with each other. One day Ina was surprised that the two told her they’re already committed to each other. They found themselves falling in love with each other and decided to end this relationship to a permanent commitment in life - a wedding vow to love each other forever.


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