What is an Ultrasound Technician?

An ultrasound technician is responsible for creating images of your organs and other internal structures using clever technology which utilizes sound waves. Ultrasound is most commonly associated with pregnancy; it is the only method by which the classic image of a child in the womb can be produced, however, ultrasound has a varying number of medical applications. Ultrasound imagery is used to diagnose and monitor medical problems and an ultrasound technician works closely with other medical … [Read more...]

SIOBHAN WILCOX – Quote Action of the Day

Your "QuoteAction" of the day: "Winning is not the only thing, but kindness is everything." Magazine Editor, Rob Gilbert Your Action for today is ... 'to go out of your way to be kind to someone'. Have an extraordinary day! Wishing you Love, Light and Peace in your day. Siobhan Wilcox Be the change that you want to see! Siobhan Wilcox 3435 Camino Del Rio Sth, Suite 112 San Diego, CA … [Read more...]

“HOW TO KEEP THE KIDS SAFE WHILE SPRING CLEANING”

As the weather begins to warm up and the last of winter’s chill fades away, it’s natural to start thinking about spring cleaning. After all, clearing out old junk leaves room for the new beginnings symbolized by the season. If you have children, your household mess is likely to require more attention in terms of cleaning, and the kids themselves will need to be kept safe from all those household chemicals. These tips can help you keep your brood safe and entertained while you’re cleaning … [Read more...]

Celebrating decent work a reality for domestic workers in Africa!

The ILO is organising a Knowledge Sharing Forum in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania from 28-30 May 2013 to share good practices, practical initiatives and new policies to promote decent work for domestic workers in Africa. In 2010, an estimated 5.24 million domestic workers were in Africa, accounting for 1.4 per cent of the total employed workforce and 4.9 per cent of paid employment. Around 70 per cent of domestic workers across Africa are women. Some 40 delegates from Tripartite delegations of … [Read more...]

Keeping Your Active Kids Happy on Rainy Days

Keeping Your Active Kids Happy on Rainy Days   There are some children who are completely satisfied to be inside on a rainy day just reading or playing quietly. Then there are the children whose energy seems to make the entire house pulsate and groan with the words “rain, rain, go away, come again on another day”! I have one of these children and it has been challenging to say the least keeping them entertained on days when going out of doors was impossible. When I say impossible, I … [Read more...]

Guide for a Man Attempting to Raise Women

Raising girls is much different than raising boys. Girls tend to be more emotional, affectionate, and have different methods of logical thinking. For the father who may feel overwhelmed about how to raise a daughter, these tips may help keep you on task. Horseplay – Although rough-housing is common in most households, girls tend to be more sensitive to physical violence. There are exceptions to every rule, of course. However, rough-housing with your girls could turn them into Tomboys. … [Read more...]

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