Saturday, October 23, 2010

On Growing Up

Time flies so fast and I just realized that half of the school year has passed already. After the short school break of the kids they will start the other half of the year. This is my daughter Gen’s last year in primary and next year she’ll be joining her sister in secondary school. My baby girl who is a little boyish in many ways will soon be a teen and I was half-heart into that. I know that few years from now she’ll be asking me for tips on grooming or natural acne treatment for her or for her friends and lots of things when she reached adolescence stage. Of course it’s exciting to see her growing up fast but I just can’t control the feeling of being so protective.

I want my kids to be young for longer time because when they grow up they will have more problems, more anxieties, trials and stress especially when they will start working. I pray and hope that hubby and I are still strong and healthy in mind and spirit when they reached those years so we can still guide and advise them throughout their journey in life.


Kids’ Resistance to Prevailing Diseases

Now that respiratory diseases are very common among kids in schools I keep on looking and searching for natural vitamins that will help my kids to be healthier and stronger to resist these prevailing diseases. I know that they should have enough resistance to fight away chances of having it. DH and I are also into getting healthier so we started buying bottle of pure honey with pure calamansi extract instead of buying powdered juices. It cured DH throat problem and my kids’ slight cough. It’s a bit expensive but it’s worth it just like reading some worthy supplement reviews that will give you honest feedback of food supplements that will work well on your body. We should be aware that not all supplements are good or right for all people. We should consult our doctor who can advise us more effectively on the supplements that will be good for us.


Stylish Medical Scrubs

With the current sickness prevailing in our environment you’ll be surprised at how people seem to over populate hospitals private and public alike. The alarming part is that it composes of a greater percentage of babies and kids. They’re the most vulnerable in this season of sickness. Even we were not spared because the high fever of our eldest kid made us seek the treatment of hospital because we know that everything is there including laboratory. We waited half of our day for the check-up, getting of blood sample and waiting for the laboratory results. Our hospital is near to our house but we decided to stay in the hospital to wait for the results because the weather is either very hot or raining which will make us sick also if we went back and forth the hospital and our house. I noticed that nursing scrubs  is different now with the stylish trend and different colors unlike the old days when they will be required to work in white uniforms.

With the fast changing and improving of technology there are also changes in other aspects of our environment and the people who lives there. For me seeing immaculate nurse uniform  is an indication at the hospital that patients would be given attention as they’re the one who gets all your blood pressure, interviews what you feel and arrange everything before the doctor see the patient. Now I also love those blue, light brown or other colors of scrub clothing  that they provide. Having other colors and styles makes them look very stylish and chic. In fact kids are suddenly not afraid to approach them. 

I learned that blue sky scrubs provides a complete line of nursing uniforms and medical scrubs online. Their products speak of fashion, style, quality and cater to men, women and kids. They have variety of colors and have original and simple scrubs. To complete the fashionable look they came up with scrub hats and accessories to complement the beautiful scrub clothing. Now healthcare professionals and staff will not only look immaculate but stylish too.


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