The product approved by Americans could reach us in the second half of next year. The US National Food and Drug Control Authority (FDA) has approved a new hepatitis B drug called Tyzeka this week, the MD medical Web site shows. The drug could also be approved in Romania from the second half of next year, after the European Medicines Agency will give its consent.
Question: - I am a mom who understands nothing. I have a pretty girl and she knows it, but she still doesn't know what modesty is. I'm sorry to say but I'm not like that and I can't get used to it; to see her go as if there is no one like her and she is always with her nose up. I keep learning and I still talk to her and she does nothing like that, but I do all these things for her because not only does beauty matter in life, and in all she finds an answer, I cannot communicate with her.
The charming glow of pregnant women is not the only possible skin transformation in pregnancy. Unfortunately, disturbing dermatological problems can also occur, caused by the guilty hormonal oscillations and by other changes felt by physiologically pregnant women. The good news is that they pass by themselves after birth or can be easily treated in the postnatal period!
The sleeping bag for babies is a practical accessory for both parents and little ones. Due to this, the baby sleeps much more safely and safely. Here are some of the benefits of this accessory. Benefits of the sleeping bag The child is protected from the cold The sleeping bags for children are specially designed to fit on the body of your baby, being available in two sizes: 80 cm for babies up to 1 year and 110 cm for babies up to 4 years.
Under the motto "The human body is built for movement", the Sport for Life campaign, initiated by Gabriela Szabo, designated the winners for the plastic arts competition. The little Nicolae Grigore, aged 10, is the one who will receive the big prize, consisting of a complete drawing and sports equipment workshop.
Experts say obese women should be banned from in vitro fertilization, reports BBC News. Specialists are pressured to prohibit such treatments for women with a body mass index greater than 35. If this index drops to below 30, then fertilization is possible.