Monthly Archives: June 2008

ABSTRACT: How do you know whether your child suffers from ADD/ADHD? Sometimes it can be difficult to tell. There is a general list of symptoms associated with inattention and hyperactivity-impulsivity. Nutrition is highly important in children and often these symptoms may appear due to poor nutrition. High energy foods such as deep fried foods, and fluctuating...
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During the year, balancing work commitments and your children’s schooling and other activities, life can get rather hectic. Because of this it is hard to ensure your children get what they need in their diet. Here are some food tips on how to keep your children happy and healthy. 1. Involve your child. A child is...
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Managing children’s nutrition can be a bit of a juggling act. It has been determined with many children in the developed world being overweight and getting less than their recommended dietary intake of essential vitamins and minerals, it’s more important than ever to be aware of what kids need to start the year well. According to...
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Do you know that… Length of eyeball = 24.5mm Volume of eyeball = 5.5mL Weight of eyeball = 7.5g Average time between blinks = 2.8s Thickness of cornea = ~0.5 mm in center; ~1 mm in periphery Diameter of cornea = 11.5mm Thickness of lens = 4mm Diameter of lens = 9mm Composition of lens = 65% water; 35% protein Number of retinal receptor cells...
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