By Philip Kingsley
With clinics in London and big apple and a consumer checklist that comes with celebrities, politicians and royalty, Philip Kingsley, the Sunday instances 'Hair Doctor', is widely known as a number one authority on his subject.
The Hair Bible collects over fifty years of the author's services right into a ebook that offers you, no matter what your age, intercourse or race, with an entire advisor to protecting and embellishing the well-being and visual appeal of your hair—one of your most crucial own resources. In approximately thirty accomplished chapters, Kingsley explains tips to determine your hair sort and to choose shampoos and conditioners to compare it; how one can stay away from the hazards inherent in in all probability destructive strategies akin to drying, everlasting waving, coloring, bleaching and using combs, brushes, curlers, rollers and pins. He bargains with daily difficulties resembling break up ends and dandruff in addition to much less universal difficulties that could be the results of bronchial asthma, ill-health or weather.
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The object of the physical examination is threefold: (1) (2) (3) Has the mother given birth to a healthy baby free of any congenital abnormalities? Some abnormalities are gross and obvious on observation, others like congenital heart defect or anomalies of the gastrointestinal tract will need detailed physical examination and x-ray studies, whereas others such as hypertrophic pyloric stenosis may not be detected until the baby is a little older and develops further symptoms. Have the rigours of delivery incapacitated the baby in any way?
In the human, brain growth is maximal during the latter half of pregnancy and the first two years of life. It is therefore highly likely that prenatal malnutrition may predispose the baby to inadequate brain growth, particularly if postnatal malnutrition occurs as well. Next to protein and calorie deficiency, anaemia is the most common nutritional disorder in pregnancy. Prevalence studies have shown that 15-50 per cent of women in Africa, 10-35 per cent of women in South America and more than 20 per cent of women in Asia have haemoglobins below 10 g per 100 mi.
5 per cent of pregnant women have bacteriuria. Despite adequate therapy, birth weights of infants of such mothers are lower compared with those without any bacteriuria. If such infection is persistent or refractory to treatment the rate of foetal loss also tends to be high. PROTECTION OF THE FOETUS Since the aim of prenatal care is protection of the mother and the foetus, one ought to consider positive steps to achieve it. Immunisation of the mother against tetanus in the last trimester produces antibodies in her blood which reach the foetus in sufficient quantities to protect it from neonatal tetanus.