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American Academy in Al Mizhar (AAM)   Graduates

American Academy in Al Mizhar is committed to meeting the needs of families with an international outlook who have chosen an American education. By offering a co-educational early childhood program for dual language learners leading to a single gender college preparatory school for girls, our mission is to promote intellectual curiosity, independent and critical thinking, communication and problem solving skills, a lifelong passion for learning, and an exposure to and a respect for cultural diversity. By expecting academic excellence, we inspire personal growth and develop intrinsically motivated global citizens who are committed to being leaders in community service and environmental responsibility.

Al Mizhar American Academy - School Transport

American Academy in Al Mizhar is committed to meeting the needs of families with an international outlook who have chosen an American education. By offering a co-educational early childhood program for dual language learners leading to a single gender college preparatory school for girls, our mission is to promote intellectual curiosity, independent and critical thinking, communication and problem solving skills, a lifelong passion for learning, and an exposure to and a respect for cultural diversity. By expecting academic excellence, we inspire personal growth and develop intrinsically motivated global citizens who are committed to being leaders in community service and environmental responsibility.

2012 Strayer University Alumni Registration OFFICIAL GIVEAWAY ...

2012 Strayer University Alumni Registration OFFICIAL GIVEAWAY RULES $50.00 – Local Grocery Store Who Can Enter You are eligible to enter if: • You are 18 years of age or older as of June 13, 2012. • You are a graduate of Strayer University. • You are a legal resident of the United States residing in one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia. You are not eligible to enter and will be disqualified if: • You are an employee of Strayer University or any of its respective parents, subsidiaries and affiliated companies or a member of the immediate family of a Strayer University employee (parent, child, sibling, spouse, regardless of where you live) or live in the same household of a Strayer University employee (whether related or not). How to Enter Just complete this simple step to be automatically entered to win a $50.00 gift certificate to a local grocery store or an online grocery store in the case the winner is not located near a grocery store. To be entered in the giveaway, activate your online alumni account at https://www.alumniconnections.com/olc/pub/SRA/olcregister/. If your account is already registered, to be entered into the giveaway, simply update your alumni account at https://www.alumniconnections.com/olc/pub/SRA/olcregister/. All alumni who have either activated or updated their alumni account after April 2012 will be automatically entered into each month’s giveaway. Odds of winning depend on the total number of registrations received by the deadline. By registering at https://www.alumniconnections.com/olc/pub/SRA/olcregister, you confirm that you have read and accept all 2012 Strayer University Alumni Registration Official Giveaway Rules, as well as the Strayer University privacy policy. Deadline for Alumni Raffle Registration You must register or update your account at https://www.alumniconnections.com/olc/pub/SRA/olcregister by midnight EST on Wednesday October 31, 2012.

The role of vitamin D in children with recurrent Tonsillopharyngitis

Background: The exact etiology of recurrent tonsillopharyngitis in children is not clear. Recurrent tonsillitis in children has multifactorial etiology like most of the diseases in childhood. In this study, our aim was to determine the potential role of vitamin D in recurrent tonsillitis by measuring serum 25-OH vitamin D levels and determining the vitamin D receptor polymorphism among children with recurrent tonsillitis. Methods: Eighty-four children with recurrent tonsillitis and seventy-one healthy children aging between 2 and 10 years were enrolled in this study. Serum 25-OH vitamin D level was measured with ELISA and vitamin D receptor gene polymorphism (Apa1, Taq 1, Fok1) was determined by PCR. Serum 25-OH vitamin D level below 50 nmol/L was accepted as deficiency. The vitamin D receptor gene polymorphism in each group was compared. Results: The mean age was 5.6 ± 2.4 and 6.1 ± 2.7 years in study and control group, respectively. The average serum 25-OH vitamin D level was 142.7 ± 68.1 nmol/L in study group and 192.3 ± 56.1 nmol/L in control group. There was significant difference between the groups (p < 0.01). In study group, 4.7% (n = 4) of children had serum 25 OH vitamin D levels below 50 nmol/L. None of the children in control group had serum 25-OH vitamin D level below 50 nmol/L. There was no significant differences in vitamin D receptor gene polymorphisms between groups. Conclusion: Serum 25-OH vitamin D levels in recurrent tonsillitis group were lower than those in healthy children. But, there was no difference in the incidence of vitamin D receptor gene polymorphism between the two groups. Keywords: Child, Vitamin D, Infection, Tonsillitis

HEMORRHAGIC TONSILLITIS AS A RARE PRESENTATION OF ...

Hemorrhagic tonsillitis is a rare complication of acute or chronic tonsillitis and could be fatal in some cases. Few cases were reported in the literature. Here we present a seven years old female child who was presented with bilateral tonsillar hemorrhage and a history of chronic recurrent tonsillitis. Her investigations and management are discussed. Key words: Hemorrhagic, Streptococcus, Tonsillitis, Bleeding JRMS February 2010, 17(Supp 1): 33-34 The tonsils are lymph tissues located on either side of the back of the throat. Their functions are to destroy microorganisms entering the nose and throat. Most episodes of acute pharyngotonsillitis are viral. Group A beta-hemolytic Streptococcus is the most common cause of bacterial infection in the tonsils. Others causes are beta-hemolytic Streptococcus species (Lancefield Groups, Group C or B),(1,2) Staphylococcus aureus, gram-negative organisms and Mycoplasma pneumonia are other causes.(1) Hemorrhagic tonsillitis, which is a complication of acute or chronic tonsillitis, is almost always found in association with peritonsillar abscess and is rarely reported in the new antibiotic era. It is a serious condition and could be fatal in some cases if hemorrhage was not controlled from tonsillar blood vessels.(3) Here we report the case of a seven years old female child with severe toxicity, follicular tonsillitis, and bleeding tonsils that presented to our emergency pediatric clinic, and was diagnosed as a case of hemorrhagic tonsillitis. A seven years old female child presented to our outpatient’s pediatric clinic with high fever, toxicity, malaise, inability to swallow, and sore throat. Physical examination showed a blood pressure of 90/40mmHg, pulse 100/minute and axillary temperature of 39 degrees Celcius. Throat examination showed follicular tonsillitis with bleeding tonsils (Fig.1). An otorhinolaryngologist (ENT) doctor was consulted and otopharyngeal examination showed hugely enlarged, swollen, congested and bluish tonsils bilaterally with whitish debris on both of them. There were diffuse superficial oozing points on both tonsils and bilateral tender and enlarged cervical lymph nodes. A pack soaked with 2% hydrogen peroxide was applied locally for both sides and silver nitrate cautery was done which controlled the bleeding points. Her throat swab showed alpha-hemolytic Streptococcus, no serological typing for the isolated Streptococcus was done. Complete blood count showed Leucocytosis with neutrophilia. Her prothrombin time (PT) and partial thromboplastin time (PTT) were normal.

An Easy To Use Checklist to Evaluate After School Programs

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How to Use GSM Technology for Tracking Child

Arthur Paul has been writing a lot about use GSM technology for tracking child. He also writes about software that offers you the service of locating a phone number. For more information visit our website: - www.livegpsseacrh.com

Healthy Eating and Active Living For Your 5 to 11 Year Old - Healthy U

Creating Healthy Places and Spaces Your child plays, eats and learns in your home, at school, in after school care and in the community. All these places and spaces are important in your child’s life. They are where your child learns the habits of healthy eating and active living. They are also the places that help your child develop a positive self-image. Home places and spaces • Eat supper together. It’s a great way for the family to stay connected. In a busy life, it’s hard to find time to make and eat healthy meals. It’s also hard to find time to be physically active. Yet healthy eating and regular physical activity are important for all the family. • Plan sports or other family activities. Then there’ll be less time for TV, computer and video games. • Make sure your child gets enough sleep. Sleep gives energy for learning and play. What can YOU do at home? Home is the place where your child first learns the habits of healthy eating and active living. You can help your child by making these good habits a routine for everyone. Plan your routines so that making the healthy choice is the easy choice. Then it becomes a natural part of everyday life. The media and your child Every day, your child is exposed to television, magazines, movies, billboards, advertisements, comics and the Internet: • Advertising messages, which are often aimed at children, may not promote healthy eating, active living or a positive self-image. Encourage your children to think about the choices they make in this area and to discuss them with you. • For more information visit www.media-awareness.ca

Act Now A Parent's Guide to Girls' Bone Health - Best Bones Forever!

Between ages 9-18, your daughter is in her key bonebuilding years. By age 18, she will have built most of her bone mass.1 That means right now is the best time to give her the support she needs to build strong bones. Less than one in 10 girls gets the calcium she needs each day.2 As girls get older, they tend to get less calcium and physical activity—two important things they need to build strong bones. 2 Support Your Daughter’s Bones Take these steps to build and maintain strong, healthy bones: For You... Be a good role model for your family. Know your own risk factors for osteoporosis. Talk to your doctor about your bone health. For Your Daughter... Make being healthy a part of your family routine. Help her make healthy food choices, including foods high in calcium and vitamin D. Help her get one hour of physical activity daily, including bone-strengthening activities at least three days per week.

Health, safety and wellbeing - Early Childhood Australia

Health, safety and wellbeing Setting the scene Children’s health and safety is about more than just their physical wellbeing; it also refers to their whole welfare. This means that early childhood educators think about more than practical health and safety issues in their day-to-day work. They also recognise that children will have differing emotional support needs and therefore deal with each child differently, respecting their individual life contexts. The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) (DEEWR, 2009a) identifies 'holistic approaches’ as one of the Principles of early childhood pedagogy that underpins practice: 'When early childhood educators take a holistic approach they pay attention to children’s physical, personal, social, emotional and spiritual wellbeing as well as cognitive aspects of learning’ (p.14). Wellbeing supports learning A strong sense of wellbeing is fundamentally connected to children’s sense of belonging, being and becoming. When children feel well, happy, secure and socially successful they are able to fully participate in, and learn from, the daily routines, play, interactions and experiences in their early childhood setting.

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