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The terrace, garden or yard are favorite to share with family or friends, there you can install awnings, outdoor furniture, grills and more improvised way to enjoy any time of the day.
Sportsrefs was formed in order to allow all officials a place to stay in touch. We are a progressive company with intentions to be the best officials site available. With our selected professionals to keep you in the know and keep up with the latest changes in rules, equipment, and uniforms, you will be one step ahead! Our first distribution center will be located in Nevada, with plans for a 2nd in Texas. It is our plan to become the place that all officials talk about and keep up to date. We will include all sports officials, scorekeepers, and timers and attempt to have tools and information available for each sport.
Dear Patient, The feelings that surround pregnancy—excitement, anxiety, and hope—often give way to many questions. Will my child’s eyes be blue or brown? When will I have my baby? How big will my baby be? What does the future hold for my family? Finding out that you have a “condition,” even a manageable one, can raise a different set of questions. Will my baby be healthy? Will the condition affect my ability to have other children? What can I do to ensure my own health and the health of my baby? For the last 40 years, the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) has been working to answer these types of questions through research and clinical practice to improve the health of mothers, children, and families. Managing Gestational Diabetes: A Patient’s Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy provides some general guidelines for keeping yourself healthy and for promoting the best outcomes for your baby if you have gestational diabetes. The booklet describes gestational diabetes, its causes, and its features and includes a general treatment plan to help control the condition. Using this information, you and your family can make informed decisions about your care. You will also be better able to work with your health care provider to develop a treatment plan that addresses your specific needs and situation to ensure that you and your baby are healthy. I hope this booklet helps you meet the challenges of gestational diabetes that you will face over the next few months, and that you will enjoy the new addition to your family when he or she arrives. Sincerely yours, Duane Alexander, M.D. Director, NICHD
My Gestational Diabetes Record • • • • • Take a few moments to write down foods you eat, your blood glucose, and your exercise. Showing this record to your health care provider can help you and your provider plan the care for your baby and you. Meals and Snacks: Write down the times you eat, what you eat, how much you eat and how it was prepared. Blood Glucose Readings: Test your blood in the morning before breakfast (fasting) and test 1 OR 2 hours after the start of your meal. Choose either a 1-hour OR 2-hour check and try to stick with testing at the same time after each meal. Circle the 1-hour OR 2-hour value so your provider will know at which time you checked. Exercise: Write down what you do and how long you do it. Notes: Write down anything else you think is important. Remember to review your records with your health care provider at your next appointment.
C hoosing the right foods for you and your family might seem challenging at times. But when you’re equipped with healthy, affordable products, quick, delicious recipes and an easy plan that fits into your life, making healthy choices is easier than ever! At GOYA®, we have been at the forefront of healthy eating for more than 75 years. By offering nutritious, affordable ingredients from around Latin America and Spain, coupled by providing authentic recipe ideas to be shared among family and friends, we encourage our consumers to live happy, healthy lives. That’s why GOYA® is proud to collaborate with The First Lady's LetsMove initiative and the USDA to promote MyPlate, a new tool for healthy eating. MyPlate illustrates the five food groups: fruits, vegetables, grains, protein and dairy, the building blocks for a healthy diet, by using a familiar image – a place setting for a meal. It’s a simple reminder that before you eat, think about what and how much goes on your plate, in your cup, or in your bowl. With the health and welfare of our consumers in mind and with MyPlate as our guide, we created this cookbook that features 10 complete, balanced meal ideas from around Latin America – including Mexico, Central America, South America, the Caribbean, Spain and beyond! In this cookbook, you will find dozens of healthy recipes from all of the food groups, the nutritional information of every recipe, easy-to-follow cooking tips, beautiful photography and a fully-stocked pantry page that showcases our nutritious ingredients. Now more than ever, healthy eating is easy – and tasty – with GOYA®!
Compare yours with the DASH Eating Plan *Read food labels to compare the sodium content of foods. See page 57 to learn how to find sodium information on food labels. Use information from appendix A-1 to find meal plans for your calorie level. 92 Sweets and added sugars Fats and oils Nuts, seeds, and legumes Meats, fish, and poultry Milk products Fruits Vegetables Grains Food Amount (serving size) Sodium (mg) My Healthy Eating Plan Using the DASH Eating Plan Number of Servings by Food Group: Breakfast Lunch Dinner Snacks Totals Compare yours with the DASH Eating Plan *Read food labels to compare the sodium content of foods. See page 57 to learn how to find sodium information on food labels. Use information from appendix A-1 to find meal plans for your calorie level. 93 Sweets and added sugars Fats and oils Nuts, seeds, and legumes Meats, fish, and poultry Milk products Fruits Vegetables Grains Food Amount (serving size) Sodium (mg) My Healthy Eating Plan Using the DASH Eating Plan Number of Servings by Food Group: Breakfast Lunch Dinner Snacks Totals Compare yours with the DASH Eating Plan *Read food labels to compare the sodium content of foods. See page 57 to learn how to find sodium information on food labels. Use information from appendix A-1 to find meal plans for your calorie level. 94 Sweets and added sugars Fats and oils Nuts, seeds, and legumes Meats, fish, and poultry Milk products Fruits.
The AfterSchool.ae is an online portal that help parents find and book activities for their kids by connecting with after-school activity providers. We provide a platform where parents can easily search list of activities by various providers and make an informed decision. After-school activity providers, on the other hand, can easily and effectively advertise and market their services to gain larger market share. Learn more visit our website - http://afterschool.ae
Market Outlook [November 2012] U.S. Dog Population Getting Bigger—and Smaller From 2010 to 2012, dog ownership rose from 37 percent of U.S. households to 39 percent, according to Experian Simmons. Yet, while the U.S. dog population may be growing, it’s also getting smaller. Size-wise, U.S. pet owners are increasingly favoring smaller dogs, whose share of dog-owning households rose from 41 percent in 2000 to 47 percent in 2010, according to American Pet Products Association APPA National Pet Owners Surveys. For the first time in 2010, there were as many households in the United States with small dogs as there were with large dogs, and far fewer medium dog households. Also spotlighting the small dog trend is Banfield Pet Hospital’s State of Pet Health 2011 Report, Volume 1. According to the report, smaller dogs have shown a marked increase in popularity during the past ten years in terms of hospital visits, with Chihuahuas up 116 percent and Shih Tzus up 87 percent, while larger breeds including Labrador Retrievers and German Shepherds have declined. During 2010, Banfield added three new breeds to its list of dog breeds most commonly cared for: Standard Poodle, and two small breeds—Yorkshire Terrier and Maltese.
January 2014 The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health – January 2014 Breeding of Dogs Acts 1973 and 1991 Breeding and Sale of Dogs (Welfare) Act 1999 Model Conditions for inspection of breeding establishments Guidance for local authorities and their authorised officers and veterinary inspectors Acknowledgements The following organisations comprise the working party: • dvisory Council on the Welfare Issues of Dog A Breeding • British Small Animal Veterinary Association • British Veterinary Association • City of London Corporation • epartment for Environment, Food and Rural D Affairs (Defra) • Dogs Trust • Epping Forest District Council • The Kennel Club • oyal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to R Animals as to the legal position. Background In 1978 the BVA published guidelines for local authorities and their veterinary inspectors under the Breeding of Dogs Act 1973. In 1996 a working party comprising representatives of all the parties involved in the inspection and licensing of breeding establishments was set up to update and substantially increase the guidance in light of developments since the 1973 Act. In 1998 the BVA published guidance based upon the 1973 and 1991 Breeding of Dogs Acts. That guide was revised to take into account the requirements of the Breeding and Sale of Dogs (Welfare) Act 1999 and superseded previous BVA guidelines. In 2012 as a result of a specific request by Defra the current working party came together to update guidance for Inspectors to include the provisions that must be taken into account under the Animal Welfare Act 2006. In addition, guidance with regards to puppy rearing, socialisation and habituation have been produced through the Animal Welfare Foundation / RSPCA Puppy Contract and the Dogs Trust and Kennel Club Puppy Plan. Guidelines for Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) have been produced, all of which should help the inspection process.
Capture your 2D concepts with the connected design tools of Autodesk® AutoCAD LT® drafting software. Use powerful documentation tools to produce more precise technical drawings that you can efficiently edit, repurpose, and share with confidence. Help ensure accurate dimensions and technical details that faithfully convey the specifics of your design. With the genuine DWG™ technology in AutoCAD LT, you can produce drawing files that are compatible with other AutoCAD®‐based software and utilize sharing options for smoother workflow integration with project stakeholders and colleagues. With a focus on drafting productivity, AutoCAD LT is built for effective design documentation. AutoCAD LT continues its transformation into a connected design application, accessing the power of cloud, social, and mobile. With AutoCAD LT 2014 you can work across platforms, collaborate with project stakeholders, and bring the power of AutoCAD LT with you wherever you go. Sign into your Autodesk® account to share and access documents online. If you do not yet have an Autodesk account, choose Need an Autodesk ID from the Sign In dialog box and provide the necessary information. It’s free*! Take further advantage of the power of connection with access to command line Internet search, Live Map Data, and integrated Design Feed. * Free products and services are subject to the terms and conditions of the end-user license and services agreement that accompanies them. 3 User Interaction Help system AutoCAD LT 2014 software includes enhancements to the Help system. New search filters enable you to narrow your search results based on the type of user. For example, if you choose User, you can filter on commands or system variables.