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BY DESIGN, VANS MEET NEEDS. BUT THE NEW ODYSSEY GOES ABOVE and BEYOND. IT TAKES HIGH-TECH TO NEW HEIGHTS. ITS CONVENIENCES ARE NOT JUST THOUGHTFUL–YOU COULD ALMOST CALL THEM ENCHANTING. AND IT MAY SEEM STRANGE, BUT CAN A VAN REALLY KNOW WHEN ALL YOU NEED IS A LITTLE YOU-TIME? THE ANSWER IS YES. AND SUDDENLY, YOU NO LONGER NEED A VAN. YOU WANT ONE. BECAUSE THIS IS NO ORDINARY VAN. THIS IS THE ODYSSEY. The third row has room for three adult passengers – and three beverage holders. A fold-down center armrest makes it cozier for two (Touring models). On vans equipped with a rear entertainment system, there’s a 115-volt power outlet and A /V inputs. In this van, taking the back seat is a pleasure. Rear passengers don’t ask for much. Just make them super comfortable, and give them an easy way in and out. To that end, we located the power sliding door switch right where a second-row sitter would expect to find it. Odyssey Touring Elite shown in Gray Leather. The second row features a center seat that can accomplish a multitude of tasks. It’s now wide enough for a child seat, and can slide forward, putting the child seat within easy reach of a front passenger. Fold down the seatback, and it becomes a food or beverage tray. And the two second-row outboard seats can slide left or right. The resulting “wide mode” creates either more comfort for passengers, or more room for two additional child seats in the second row.
By David T. Crowther W ant to teach classification in an engaging, fun-filled way that capitalizes on the Harry Potter craze and models good science instruction by following the 5E learning cycle (Bybee and Landes 1990)? Sound impossible? It’s not! In this lesson, students use Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans—a “wild” candy written about in the Harry Potter books and now available in stores—to learn about classification and dichotomous keys. In these activities, students sort jelly beans according to a key and then construct a key for a “new” flavor of beans. Students then build on their knowledge by classifying buttons and constructing their own dichotomous key. The lesson follows the 5E learning cycle, in which lessons are constructed to address various phases—Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, and Evaluate. Although I used Bertie Bott’s beans because of Harry Potter’s enormous popularity with both students and adults, a variety pack of any type of gourmet jelly beans will work for these classification activities, provided there are variations among the beans (i.e., some jelly beans have spots and some are solid) and that you make your own key. Always consider student allergies when bringing any food item into the classroom. Most recently, I conducted the lesson with a group of university education majors, however, I’ve also used the lesson successfully with students of all ages. Students in upper grades can do the activity to learn more specifically about classification and dichotomous keys, but students in kindergarten through the primary grades can also learn to sort jelly beans based upon their physical characteristics to develop a foundation of understanding of classification upon which to build in later years.
Who'd want to be friends with you? UNCLE VERNON I should think you'd be more grateful. We raise you since you were a baby, give you food off our table, even let you have Dudley's second bedroom... purely out of the goodness of our hearts. DUDLEY I thought he got the second bedroom because Mum was afraid he'd turn us into dung beetles if you put him back in the cupboard under the stairs. AUNT PETUNIA stops cold, exchanges a dark look with Uncle Vernon, then sees Dudley extending a finger for the pudding. AUNT PETUNIA Not yet, popkin. That's for when the Masons arrive. UNCLE VERNON Which should be any moment. Now. Let's run through our schedule one more time. Petunia, when the Masons get here, you will be -AUNT PETUNIA In the lounge, waiting to welcome them graciously to our home. UNCLE VERNON Good. And Dudley? DUDLEY I'll be waiting to open the door. UNCLE VERNON Excellent. (turning on Harry) And you? (CONTINUED)
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What is abdominal pain? Ordinarily, we are unaware of any of the actions of the organs in the abdomen or any discomfort from activities such as eating, movement of food through the intestines, or bowel movements. Nerves are constantly monitoring activities in the body, and when those messages are transmitted to the brain and come into consciousness as unpleasant sensations, we may sense pain or discomfort. What causes abdominal pain? Pain can arise from any of the structures within the abdomen or the abdominal wall. In addition, pain messages originating in the chest, back, or pelvis can sometimes be perceived as coming from the abdomen. For example, patients with heart attacks or pneumonia sometimes complain of upper abdominal pain rather than chest pain. There are many possible causes of pain. The table shows some of the more common causes of pain: Non-abdominal causes: Pneumonia (lung infection) Myocardial infarction (heart attack) Pleurisy (irritation of the lining around the lungs) Pulmonary embolism (blood clots to the lungs) Abdominal or chest wall pain: Shingles (herpes zoster infection) Costochondritis (inflammation of the rib cartilages) Injury (blunt trauma, muscle pulls) Nerve irritation (neuropathy) Hernias (protrusions of structures through the abdominal wall) Scars © The American College of Gastroenterology 6400 Goldsboro Rd., Suite 450, Bethesda, MD 20817 P: 301-263-9000 F: 301-263-9025 Internet: www.acg.gi.org
Campylobacter: bacteria that causes diarrhea, cramping, abdominal pain and fever. Symptoms can start 2 to 5 days after exposure and usually last about one week. It is one of the most common causes of diarrheal illness in the US, especially during the summer. Prevention: always cook meat thoroughly. Keep raw meat, especially poultry, separate from other foods. Do not use the same utensils and plates for cooked foods that were used for raw foods until thoroughly washed. Always wash hands after touching raw meat. Do not drink “raw milk” (unpasteurized). Common Foods: poultry; contaminated water Salmonella: a bacteria that causes diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps. Symptoms can start 12 to 72 hours after infection and last 4-7 days. Can be so severe that hospitalization is required, especially if the bacteria spread to the bloodstream. Prevention: avoid eating undercooked foods, such as poultry, ground beef and eggs. Do not drink “raw milk.” Do not use the same utensils and plates for cooked foods that were used for raw foods until thoroughly washed. Always wash hands after touching raw meat. Common Foods: poultry; eggs; dairy products; beef E-Coli 0157: a bacteria that can cause severe stomach cramps, bloody diarrhea, vomiting and fever. Some infections can be lifethreatening and can lead to kidney failure. Symptoms usually occur 3-4 days after exposure but can start as soon as 1 day after exposure up to10 days after exposure. Prevention: wash hands before preparing food, after using the bathroom or diapering infants, and after contact with livestock and/or their food. Avoid eating undercooked ground beef, alfalfa sprouts, “raw milk” or unpasteurized cheeses.
Pain that is in the stomach or belly area is called abdominal pain. Sometimes when it hurts in this area the problem may actually be in your chest or pelvic region. Abdominal pain is also called a belly ache, stomach ache, or abdominal cramps. SOME FACTS about Abdominal Pain Abdominal pain is a common problem. Most of the time it will go away without any medical care. Sometimes it is a sign of a very serious condition that can be life-threatening. It all depends upon the cause. How much it hurts is not always the most serious symptom. Pain that develops quickly and is localized (remains in the same place) in a small area requires immediate medical attention. People with mental retardation cannot always tell you what hurts. You need to look carefully for other signs (such as bending over and crying). Individuals with pain will often show changes in behavior. SIGNS & SYMPTOMS There are many different signs and symptoms for abdominal pain depending upon what the cause is. Some of the signs include: Pain in the area below the chest and above the groin (just below waist) Cramps in the belly area Crying and bending over, holding onto the belly area Burning feeling in the stomach or lower throat (esophagus) Lack of appetite and food avoidance ...