Braids & Bows by Anne Akers Johnson & Robin Stoneking

By Anne Akers Johnson & Robin Stoneking

Книга написана для маленьких обладательниц длинных волос. - основные стили - основные виды косичек - франуцзские косички Подробные инструкции помогут вам выполнить выбранную причёску и выглядеть либо романтично, либо забавно – как вы захотите.

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Rarely complications of fluid retention or pneumonia develop; but most measles cases are self-limited, with a complete recovery conferring lifetime immunity. A vaccine is available to protect very young children, patients with tuberculosis, and others whose immune mechanisms are likely to be impaired. Rubella (German measles) is a much more benign disease, often called the “three days measles”. After 14-21 days from exposure, there will be a mild illness for 1-7 days consisting of malaise, headache, and fever.

In South America, another related organism infects several million people leaving many with severe heart and gastrointestinal lesions (Chagas’ disease). It is carried by the kissing bug, found in many homes of underprivileged people living in South America. Ten percent of the world’ s population, including 2-5% in the United States are infected with the intestinal protozoa (Entamoeba histolytica). Toxoplasmosis, giardiasis, and trichomoniasis are three cosmopolitan protozoan infections well known to American physicians.

Rubella (German measles) is a much more benign disease, often called the “three days measles”. After 14-21 days from exposure, there will be a mild illness for 1-7 days consisting of malaise, headache, and fever. The nonblistering rash then develops on the forehead and face, spreading downward 37 to the trunk and extremities. Recovery is usually complete. However, serious complications may be seen when a pregnant mother becomes infected. Within the first three months of pregnancy, the developing child is susceptible to Congenital rubella.

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