Rashid Javed

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Baby Eye Problems

16th December 2011
Most parents, when seeing their baby for the first time, are especially eager to get a look at her eyes. Unfortunately, they seldom get a very good look. In the first place, most babies keep their eyes closed most of the time. In the second, babies are ve... Read >

Abdomen Big And Wide

16th December 2011
Most babies have such round bellies that they look like overfed bullfrogs. In part, these big bellies are caused by their distended stomachs after they're filled with milk and air. The stomach, being on the left side, may give the belly a lopsided look. F... Read >

Causticum Potassium Hydrate Homeopathic Remedy

14th December 2011
A state of paralysis is characteristic of this remedy - a progressive, slow-acting chronic state encompassing paralysis (with weakness and tremor), rheumatism and arthritis. There's a state of lassitude and mental fatigue. The paralysis reaches right thro... Read >

Umbilical Hernia

13th December 2011
For a time very early in the pregnancy, your baby's intestines were so large they couldn't fit inside his abdomen. Where did they go? They went out for a while—through the opening of the navel. There they stayed until the abdominal cavity grew large enoug... Read >

Straining At Stool

13th December 2011
Babies who are trying to move their bowels commonly turn red in the face, perspire, and grunt for a while. Some bear down so hard that a small rim of the baby's anus gets pushed out of the opening. This nm may ooze a pink, watery fluid at the peak of the ... Read >

Data/File Organization

13th December 2011
Five of the common ways for organizing data are serial, sequential, indexed, indexed sequential and direct organization. In briefly discussion, they are: Serial Organization: The simplest organization scheme is serial. With serial organization, re... Read >

Data Access and Organization Methods

13th December 2011
Most types of business data are best understood by users when they are logically organized into fields, records, and files. File processing refers to an environment in which data are physically organized into files (collection of related records). In many... Read >

Explanation of Foreign Aid

13th December 2011
In addition to export earnings and private foreign direct and portfolio investment, the final two major sources of LDC foreign exchange are public (official) bilateral and multilateral development assistance and private (unofficial) assistance provided by... Read >

Head Trauma

09th December 2011
In the normal course of events at birth, the baby's head being the advancing end, a great deal of molding of the head may occur. This is especially true if the baby is large or firstborn, if the labor is prolonged, or if the mother has a narrow pelvis or ... Read >

Different Types of Printer

09th December 2011
Printer is a hardware output device used to produce a hard copy of a text or image oriented document. Printers are available in color or black & white. Printer resolution has improved greatly over the years as costs have continued to fall. Among the print... Read >

Different Types of Topologies

09th December 2011
Lane Topologies Each PC on the network must have access to the network cabling structure so that there is a manageable and systematic flow of information between the file server and workstations. The LAN adapter board produces and regulates this flow.... Read >

Economic Development and the Role of Stock Markets

05th December 2011
Recent years have witnessed enormous growth in developing countries stock markets. This has had costs as well as benefits for development. It has increased volatility in the economy as funds have flowed in from abroad and even more dramatically flooded ou... Read >

Components of Database Management System (DBMS)

02nd December 2011
Database management system (DBMS) software is usually developed by commercial vendors and the components of a particular DBMS vary from vendor to another. Some of these components are typically used by specialists of information system for example: inform... Read >

Less Developed Countries (LDC) and Foreign Aid

30th November 2011
The reasons why developing nations have usually been eager to accept aid, even in its most stringent and restrictive forms, have been given much less attention than the reasons why donors provide aid. The major reason is probably economic. Developing coun... Read >

Financial Policy and the Role of the State

29th November 2011
Does financial liberalization mean that LDC governments have no role to play in the financial sector? In an effort to identify how these governments can work effectively within the context of liberalized financial markets, some economists isolated seven m... Read >
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