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The importance of vaccination


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The importance of vaccination Effective vaccine production is probably the greatest and most important progress science has made. It has made life far easier and simpler for both mankind and their pets. I have heard senior vets speak of a scourge way back in the early 1980’s that wiped out large number of pet dogs. This incidence was not isolated to India but in fact was seen all over the world. Soon the cause was found to be a virus, which caused a severe gastro-enteritis in dogs and was called Parvo Viral enteritis. Today the incidence of this disease is far less and seen only if the owners have been very negligent in getting their pets vaccinated.All this has been possible only because of the hard work put in by scientists across the globe and yet if owners fail to find time, it is indeed a pity. Often we get to hear owners plead with their vets to save their pets from Parvo or Distemper. And then the hours of tension that are put in to set the pet back on course of health apart from the money and manpower, all point out to the fact that vaccinations are a must.

Coping with Adolescence


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Most adolescents swing between happy and sad from one day to the next, or even within a few hours. Among the triggers are the dramatic changes they see in their physical selves and the new relationships they are forming. Changes in hormones, sometimes extreme, also play a significant role in how she feels.In addition, adolescents have not yet developed a perspective on how their experiences fit into the greater scheme of things. For instance, an adolescent girl may feel that life couldn’t be better when she scores high on an exam, or that it couldn’t be worse when she doesn’t make the team. Her responses make great sense to her, although they may seem overly dramatic to you. Being snubbed by a friend, for example, can be just as calamitous to her as your learning you are losing your job.Sometimes a child’s low mood will make it difficult for him or her to carry on with their normal activities and relationships. If it lasts more than two weeks, your child may be suffering from depression and not the blues.