Diagnosis Of Preeclampsia The doctor will conduct a physical examination and ask the occurrence of high blood pressure during previous pregnancies if had any. Then a thorough medical history will be obtained by the doctor to identify medical conditions that can increase the risk of preeclampsia. … [Read more...] about Preeclampsia: Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors, Complications, Diagnosis & Treatment
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By the 1960s, the police use of force was given considerable scholarly attention in respect to public perceptions and tactics. During a period of civil unrest that saw rioting in response to those tactics, President Johnson’s Law Enforcement Assistance Act (LEAA) was created to help eliminate the excessive uses of police force in the U.S., most notably deadly force. With funding for better policy, training, and education, the commission sought to professionalize the criminal justice system by legitimizing the police institution in respect to its goals and tactical procedures. What is quantitatively known about the international police use of force has been discerned over a period of only 30 years, through research consisting mostly of observations, reports, and surveys. Furthermore, the research has emphasized the use of deadly force and to a much lesser degree, less-than-lethal force. … [Read more...] about Police Use of Force: Not Always For Public Consumption
For new and expectant parents, sleep quickly becomes the Holy Grail. While sleep deprivation with the arrival of a new baby is so well known it’s practically legendary, less appreciated are the challenges and benefits of getting adequate sleep during pregnancy. Approximately 47 percent of pregnant women suffer from poor quality of sleep according to a 2017 review of 24 articles published on the topic of sleep quality in pregnant women. This review also showed that sleep quality deteriorates for most women from the second to the third trimester. And yet getting enough sleep during these critical months can be a pregnant woman’s best defense against emotional health challenges in pregnancy, including postpartum depression. … [Read more...] about Your Most Powerful Tool Against Postpartum Depression
3. Dry Skin Dry skin can be a symptom of a number of conditions such as certain skin issues like psoriasis, dehydration, changing weather conditions, etc. However, if you feel you are noticing that your skin is becoming dry and cracked often, without any reason, then it could be a silent symptom of a slow metabolism, as the pH level of the skin is also affected with a slow metabolic rate. … [Read more...] about Do You Have These 9 Silent Signs Of A Slow Metabolism?
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