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Safety Videos for Parents
Safe Sleep for Your Baby
This 10-minute video is part of the Safe to Sleep campaign (formerly the Back to Sleep campaign), an effort to educate parents and caregivers about ways to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep-related causes of infant death. The video portrays what a safe sleep environment looks like and describes other ways to reduce the risk of SIDS and other sleep-related causes of infant death. This item is available as a DVD only. Visit http://www.nichd.nih.gov/news/resources/spotlight/Pages/100312-safe-to-sleep.aspx for additional information.
How to dress your child for their car seat in winter
What do snowsuits have to do with car seat safety? A lot actually. Allstate wants to help inform Canadians on how they can help better protect a child by dressing them appropriately for their car seat while on a winter drive. See our blog article for more information:
What foods should my baby avoid?
Promotion of this video is brought to you in part by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Before your baby turns 1, there are some foods you should avoid giving him or her. Some foods should be avoided because they could cause sickness or safety concerns, while other foods should be avoided because they are unhealthy. Foods to avoid include: • Cow’s milk: Drinking cow’s milk before age 1 may put your baby at risk for intestinal bleeding. Instead of cow’s milk use breast milk or infant formula before age 1. • Alternative milks: Alternative milks like soy milk, almond milk, rice milk, oat milk, etc. should not substitute breast milk or formula in the first year. • Honey: Honey (even as an ingredient) may cause a serious health problem called botulism. Your child can start to try honey and foods that contain honey only after he or she is 1-year-old. • Sugary drinks: Sugary drinks like fruit juice (even 100% juice), soda, tea/coffee or horchata encourage babies to crave sugary foods and can cause cavities, even before your baby has all of his or her teeth. • Salty foods: Foods that are high in salt, also known as sodium, should be avoided because babies’ kidneys can’t handle too much salt. Check food labels to find foods low in sodium. • Choking hazards: Small, hard foods pose high risks of choking. Common foods that are most risky include nuts, popcorn, hot dogs and whole grapes. As a tip, you can cut grapes into small pieces and then serve them to your baby. And just remember, anything can be a choking hazard so be sure to watch your baby carefully as he or she eats. By knowing the foods to avoid, you can keep your baby healthy and safe! And remember, talk to your child’s pediatrician or health care provider about any questions or concerns. To learn more, check out these additional resources related to this topic: • More bite-sized videos about introducing first foods – 1,000 Days • Foods to Limit – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) • Starting Solid Foods – American Academy of Pediatrics’ Healthy Children • Choking Hazards – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) About 1,000 Days 1,000 Days, an organization by moms, for moms, understands parents need quick, practical and trustworthy advice. As the leading non-profit organization focused on improving nutrition in the critical 1,000 days from a woman’s pregnancy to her child’s 2nd birthday, 1,000 Days is pleased to partner with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide accessible and reliable information about what, when, and how to feed infants and toddlers. Check out more videos here: https://thousanddays.org/for-parents/. Email us at email@example.com and follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/1000Days.
Activities to Avoid During Pregnancy
Is your baby’s safety making you worried about how active you should be during pregnancy? Welcoming a new member to your family is exciting and beautiful, but moms-to-be can have numerous concerns about their baby’s safety. Watch this video to know what activities to avoid during pregnancy. It is key to stay informed about what is safe and not safe for you and your baby. Before indulging in any activity, make sure it is not among the activities to avoid when pregnant. This video guides you on activities you should avoid during pregnancy, as well as activities you should moderate to ensure they don’t harm your baby. Once you have delivered the baby, you can slowly resume your daily activity level. Have a safe pregnancy! #ActivitiesToAvoidDuringPregnancy #ActivitiesToAvoidWhenPregnant #ActivitiesToAvoidDuringPregnancyFirstTrimester For More Information : https://parenting.firstcry.com/articles/10-activities-to-avoid-during-pregnancy/ Like, comment, and share with family and friends. FirstCry Parenting helps you through your journey of Getting Pregnant, Pregnancy & Parenting. Happy Parenting! Subscribe Now : https://www.youtube.com/c/firstcryparenting Connect with FirstCry Parenting Download Our App Android : https://bit.ly/2Vqtvjl iOS : https://apple.co/2IKcmv0 Website : https://parenting.firstcry.com/ Follow us on: Facebook - https://facebook.com/FirstCryParenting/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/firstcryParenting/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/firstcryindia Pinterest - https://in.pinterest.com/FirstCryIN/ Disclaimer: Content used in this video is for informational purpose only and should not be considered as a substitute for advice from doctors or any health professional. We strongly recommend seeking medical advice before proceeding.
First Aid for 6 Common Injuries in Kids
Are you worried about your child’s safety when he goes out to play and runs around? Knowing these first-aid tips for kids will have you covered. Watch this video for first-aid for common injuries for kids, which will ensure that you can get your child help as soon as possible. In case of any injury, the steps taken during first aid for children determine how serious the situation can get and how well your child heals. Hence, it is essential that you know what to do in case your child sustains an injury. This video equips your child the best care, with these basic first-aid tips for children. #FirstAidForKids #FirstAidForChildren #FirstAidTipsForKids For More Information: https://parenting.firstcry.com/articles/first-aid-for-11-common-injuries-in-kids/ Like, comment, and share with family and friends. FirstCry Parenting helps you throughout your journey of Getting Pregnant, Pregnancy & Parenting. Happy Parenting! Subscribe Now : https://www.youtube.com/c/firstcryparenting Connect With FirstCry Parenting on App: Android : https://bit.ly/2Vqtvjl iOS : https://apple.co/2IKcmv0 Website: https://parenting.firstcry.com/ Like Us on Facebook @ https://facebook.com/FirstCryParenting/ Follow Us on Instagram @ https://www.instagram.com/firstcryParenting Follow Us on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/firstcryindia Follow Us on Pinterest @ https://in.pinterest.com/FirstCryIN/ Disclaimer: Content used in this video is for informational purpose only and should not be considered as a substitute for advice from doctors or any health professional. We strongly recommend seeking medical advice before proceeding.
CPR for children video (aged 1-8 years) taught by paediatric nurse Sarah Hunstead
Learn how to perform CPR for children aged 1-8 years. **PLEASE NOTE** THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES. PLEASE CALL EMERGENCY SERVICES (PARAMEDICS) IN YOUR AREA IF YOU HAVE A MEDICAL EMERGENCY AND FOLLOW THE OPERATOR'S INSTRUCTIONS SUMMARY AT 12:31 Sarah Hunstead; Paediatric Nurse, author, founder of CPR Kids and mother of 2 brings you CPR Kids TV. Sarah presents an informative clip on CPR for children 1-8 years of age. We follow the Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines. Please note, information correct at time of publication, keep up to date with your first aid and book a refresher course today. This CPR for children video This video is intended to educate you BEFORE an accident or emergency happens so you can act quickly and confidently in an emergency. Please make sure you are up to date with your first aid by doing a hands on CPR and First Aid course. Visit the CPR Kids website for more info www.cprkids.com.au or follow us on Facebook for weekly LIVE videos on child health topics www.facebook.com/cprkids Instagram @cprkids
Understand your Body
Period Hygiene: Tampons, Pads and Menstrual Cups
Beginning menstruation, often called getting your period, is a normal part of going through puberty for a person that has a uterus. Watch the full video to learn the basics of period hygiene. #BackToSchool -- Please like, share and subscribe to AMAZE! Follow us on Snap and Insta for more info about puberty and growing up. Snap: AmazeOrg Insta: AmazeOrg http://amaze.org/ ---------- Translation Credits PutAPeriod: Bengali StandWeSpeak: Hindi WeGrow Edu: Vietnamese PILCON: Japanese
Contraceptives are methods or devices that prevent pregnancy. This video focuses on 2 main categories of contraceptives: physical barriers and hormonal contraceptives. Each category of contraceptive is discussed in detail regarding its function, effectiveness and adverse effects. This video was made by McMaster students Mohammad Shahzad, Liliana Wolak, Hanna Tessema and Vince Wu in collaboration with the McMaster Demystifying Medicine Program. Subscribe to the McMaster Demystifying Medicine YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/DemystifyingMedicine This video is provided for general and educational information only. Please consult your health care provider for Information about your health. Copyright McMaster University 2017
STD Prevention Beyond Condoms
STD stands for Sexually Transmitted Diseases. These are infections that are passed through sexual behaviors with a person who has an STD through blood, semen or vaginal fluid. Some ways to avoid STDs are not engaging in sexual interactions at all, getting tested for STDs regularly, and limiting the number of sexual partners you have. It is most common for folks who do engage in sexual intercourse to practice safer sex by using a latex barrier such as an external condom, internal condom or a dental dam. No matter what you choose, make sure you communicate clearly with your sexual partner. ----------- Translation Credits Katarzyna Żukow-Tapioles: Polish
Dr Simi Adedeji
Vaginal Discharge Colours | Is My Discharge Normal:Thrush, Bacterial Vaginosis, STI, Yeast Infection
Vaginal discharge colour, vaginal discharge color explained, colour of my discharge, color of my discharge, is my discharge normal, red discharge, yellow discharge, grey discharge, discharge during pregnancy, discharge in menopause, white discharge, thrush symptoms, is the colour of my discharge normal, is the color of my discharge normal, Discharge before period, discharge after period, vaginal discharge after sex Welcome to my channel where we talk about everything: Skin & Women's Health ▶In this video: 00:00 Intro 1:12 Yellow-green discharge 4:19 Red discharge 8:10 White discharge 11:04 Grey discharge 12:22 Clear discharge 13:21 Top Tips for Selfcare 15:41 See a doctor if... ▶SKIN VIDEOS: Keratosis Pilaris, Chicken Skin - Treating Dry Bumpy Skin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrpJc... Doctor's Routine to Improve Oily Skin, Open Pores and Skin Texture in Black Skin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tm0-l... Treating Acne, Dark Spots, Hyperpigmentation in Black Skin | Dark Skin - Dr Simi Adedeji https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrWdd... How To Get Rid Of Hyperpigmentation, Malasma, Acne, Rough Texture BLACK DARK SKIN - Chemical Peels https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyaXlz1PE70 How to Treat ECZEMA-Atopic Dermatitis: Black Dark Skin, Dry Flaky Skincare Routine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnTl98zaZDs&t=1s&ab_channel=DrSimiAdedeji ▶WOMEN'S HEALTH VIDEOS: How to Delay Your Period? Risks, Complications, Myths & Facts | Norethisterone | Contraceptive Pill https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSwLm... Period Signs NOT to Ignore | Bleeding After Sex | Stopped Periods | Spotting Between Periods https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vCwD... Does My VAGINA Smell Normal? Causes & Treatments | Thrush, Bacterial Vaginosis, Smelly Discharge STI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Agj4... ▶Dr Simi Adedeji Former Surgeon | Current GP and Cosmetic Doctor MBBS BSc MRCS MRCGP DFSRH Cert IoD Bachelor of Science (BSc): Haematology -Imperial College London - 1st class honours Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) -Imperial College London - Distinction in Surgery -Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (MRCS Eng) -Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP) -Masters in Aesthetic Medicine (MSc Aesthetic Medicine) Queen Mary University London 2019 - -Diploma of The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (DFSRH) The Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists Certificate of Company Direction (Cert IoD) Institute of Directors, London ▶ SAY HI ON SOCIALS: https://www.instagram.com/drsimi_a/ https://www.facebook.com/drsimi.a/ https://twitter.com/DrSimi_A Dr Simi offers a wide range of non surgical cosmetic treatments including ▶MEDICAL CONSULTATION ▶MEDICAL STRENGTH COSMETICS ▶DERMAL FILLERS ▶ANTI-WRINKLE TREATMENTS ▶SKIN RESURFACING ▶CHEMICAL PEELS ▶MICRONEEDLING ▶MEDICAL FACIALS ▶LED LIGHT TREATMENT ▶MESOTHERAPY (SKIN COCKTAILS) ▶SKIN TAG REMOVALS ▶ BOOK YOUR CONSULTATION with Dr Simi Start you skin journey today 💻firstname.lastname@example.org 🌐www.drsimi.co.uk #VaginalDischarge #VaginalDischargeColour #Discharge Disclaimer: The Video Content on this channel is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or seen on this youtube channel. The statements made about specific products throughout this video are not to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.
Episode 1: Get to Know Your Vulva & Vagina Anatomy | Planned Parenthood Video
Confused about the difference in your vulva and vagina anatomy? Our pussycat purr-fessionals are here to edu-cat you. Learn more about the vulva and vagina here: https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/health-and-wellness/sexual-and-reproductive-anatomy/what-are-parts-female-sexual-anatomy Transcript: Planned Parenthood Presents: Taking Care of Your _____. Episode 1: Meet your Vagina and Vulva. This is your vulva — outer labia, inner labia, clitoris, urethral opening, and vaginal opening. This is your vagina. Your vagina is the soft, stretchy tube inside your body, between your vulva and cervix. The vagina is NOT the same thing as the vulva. Each vulva is unique, like a snowflake. No two look exactly the same. Some are big. Some are small. Everyone’s proportions are different. And they come in many colors. Some have a little hair. Some have a lot of hair. Some have styled hair. And some have no hair at all. However yours looks, it’s totally normal. Want to learn more? Go to plannedparenthood.org or visit your local Planned Parenthood health center. Watch more Planned Parenthood videos → videos.plannedparenthood.org. Visit the Planned Parenthood WEBSITE: plannedparenthood.org Like Planned Parenthood on FACEBOOK: facebook.com/PlannedParenthood Follow Planned Parenthood on TWITTER: twitter.com/PPFA Follow Planned Parenthood on INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/plannedparenthood Follow Planned Parenthood on TUMBLR: plannedparenthood.tumblr.com Planned Parenthood is the nation’s leading provider and advocate of high-quality, affordable health care for women, men, and young people, as well as the nation’s largest provider of sex education. With more than 600 health centers across the country, Planned Parenthood organizations serve all patients with care and compassion, with respect and without judgment. Through health centers, programs in schools and communities, and online resources, Planned Parenthood is a trusted source of reliable health information that allows people to make informed health decisions. We do all this because we care passionately about helping people lead healthier lives.
What are STDs? #FactCheck
STDs are diseases, infections or illnesses that can be spread from a person with an STD to another through sexual contact. That includes genital to genital contact through oral, anal or vaginal sex. Some STDs are common so there's nothing to be embarrassed about if you ever get one. Some STDs do not cause any symptoms so many people who have an STD do not know it and might spread it. Watch our video to learn more about symptoms, STD tests and ways to avoid getting STDs. -- Please like, share and subscribe to AMAZE! Follow us on Snap and Insta for more info about puberty and growing up. Snap: AmazeOrg Insta: AmazeOrg http://amaze.org/