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Mom's Ups and Downs — Family, Parenting and Homemaking Mom's Ups and Downs Family, Parenting and Homemaking About Me family parenting kids child care family adventure home and living tips product review Why might your tap water look dirty? July 14, 2016 By Rossel Dacio Leave a Comment We all know that it’s vital you drink enough water in order to remain hydrated and healthy. But what if your tap water looks dirty and unappealing; you are probably not going to want to drink it. You want to have access to clean and fresh water that actually looks like something you would want to drink. Of course, if you have a water filtration system in operation in your home you are able to filter your tap water if there appears to be a problem with it, to make it safe to drink. In fact, water filtration is useful at any time, to help removal additives and chemicals that can be found in some tap water. You may be thinking that you drink bottled water so why should you be concerned about the colour of your tap water. The truth about bottled water The truth is that it’s really not a good idea to buy and drink bottled water. It is no safer to drink than ordinary tap water and the plastic bottles end up in landfill or in the oceans. This means that bottled water is not especially healthy to drink and it is very bad for the environment. You need to concentrate on making sure your tap water is safe to drink. What can make tap water change colour? If your tap water is usually clear and all of a sudden it turns cloudy and dirty looking this usually means that there has been some sort of disturbance in the water system. The type of disturbance that could be to blame includes the re-laying of water pipes. It’s also possible that dirty drinking water can be caused by breaks or cracks in the pipes supplying the water. It’s important to remember that these pipes run in the ground and come into contact with a variety of different potential contaminants. You need to make sure that you filter your tap water before you drink it. You also need to make sure that you call professionals such as plumbingdetectives.com.au if the problem with your drinking water continues. The replacement of water pipes should only ever be a temporary issue, so if the discolouration continues you need to have the situation investigated. We all need water in order to survive; it’s a basic necessity of life. An average adult should be drinking around 8 average glasses of water each day. That is around two litres. If your drinking water does not look good then you are not going to want to drink this amount of water. You should not be tempted to resort to bottled water. You should make sure you have a water filtration system in place and you should get to the bottom of the cause of the discolouration of your drinking water. If the situation does not quickly resolve itself you should make sure you call a professional plumber and enlist their help. Image source: Pixabay Share Filed Under: health Tagged With: tap water, water filtration The Importance of Teaching Children Tolerance July 2, 2016 By Rossel Dacio Leave a Comment The world can be a scary place and currently with Trump’s political campaign and ‘Brexit’, the world is looking a little scarier. To stop this tide of intolerance and racism from spreading across the world any further, we need to turn to the new generation. Our children are the future and so it’s more important than ever to teach them complete tolerance so they can learn to live in a world without fear, prejudice, or persecution. It doesn’t matter what color a person is, what religion they follow, or who they choose to spend their time – it’s time we adults take responsibility for this world and strive to make tomorrow better. They’re American America, like Australia, was built by immigrants and as such there is no such thing as ‘American’ (Native Americans aside). All Americans can trace their ancestry back to Europe, Asia, South America, or Africa. We are a nation of cultures and creeds, founded on the principles that any one person can do and be anything they please. I think these principles are the very thing that makes America such an incredible country and yes we may have our issues, but prejudice and persecution, shouldn’t be one of them. Their Future If you don’t share my opinion that children should be taught tolerance because it’s the obvious and right thing to do, then think about this: each country in this world is becoming more and more multicultural as the years go on, especially America, and if you haven’t taught your child the importance of tolerance and respect they aren’t going to be able to make it very far in this world. What if their future boss emigrated here from Kenya or Pakistan? They will never achieve their true potential because of misguided belief that they are better or more important than their neighbor. How? There are two perfectly simple ways to make your child tolerant of everyone. First: Lead by example and never make derogatory remarks or share a negative opinion on anyone because who they are. It’s vitally important never to generalize people and this is obvious at the moment with the rise of Islamic terrorism. Just because a small group of Muslims choose to commit atrocities, it doesn’t mean that every Muslim on the planet will do the same. Second: Educate your child on the various religions and cultures of the world. Make sure they know where the other cultures are coming from and how they think. By understanding other people, we will never come into conflict with them over small matters. Just remember, no child is born racist or intolerant. This behavior is learned from TV, parents, and their extended family and this is why the future rests on our ability to make them a more tolerant generation. If you ever see injustice in the world, point it out to your child, be active in making them a better person and stay vigilant. There is a lot of pain and hurt in the world, let’s not make it worse by propagating a culture of hate. Image courtesy of DigitalArt @ FreeDigitalPhotos.net Share Filed Under: parenting Tagged With: teaching tolerance, tolerance Reasons Behind An MRI June 7, 2016 By Rossel Dacio Leave a Comment When a doctor needs to look inside the body, an MRI is often performed. This is a scan that reveals slices of the area of the body that is examined. It could be of the head, abdomen or lower extremities. Some scans are required to determine if there are any blood clots in the body. The MRI allows the doctor to view the organs and the tissues in a way that can give the doctor a clear picture as to whether there is a tumor or if there are any concerns that need to be addressed. The MRI is often done to look at the brain and the spinal cord as an x-ray usually won’t give the proper results. Doctors can detect aneurysms, multiple sclerosis, any abnormalities with the eye, signs of a stroke and if there are any conditions associated with the brain and spine that could result in medications or treatments that are needed. A functional MRI is done to determine the level of language perception that goes on in the brain. It is helpful after someone has a stroke to determine if there are areas of the brain that have been damaged. When the MRI is used on the heart and other organs, it can look at the size of the heart and the vessels to determine if there is a risk of a heart attack or if a heart attack has occurred. The doctor can see if there is any kind of inflammation in the heart or the vessels along with any blockages. Tumors can be detected with an MRI. Imaging centers in NJ can view the size and location of the tumor, giving doctors an idea as to what can be done to shrink the tumor or remove it from the body. Common areas that are scanned include the abdomen, liver, lungs and uterus. The prostate and ovaries are also scanned to see if there are any small tumors that might be present. At times, medications might be needed before the MRI so that the doctor can get a better view of the area that is examined, especially if any leaks are suspected. Image source: middletownimaging.com Share Filed Under: health Tagged With: behind MRI, MRI ? Older Posts Hi. I'm Rossel. A wife. A Mom. A blogger. You may read more about me here. Thank you for subscribing Enter your email address: Stay Connected Enter your email address: Featured Posts Why might your tap water look dirty? 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