SIWO Global News 15th September 2018 #152

Knowledge is Wealth

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UK Football Season- Liverpool Beat Tottenham- 2:1

Jurgen Klopp the Liverpool manager was exhilarated to see his side win their fifth straight league game.  This makes Liverpool level on points with Chelsea.  Georginio Wijnaldum first Premier League away goal was what put Liverpool ahead, the goal was awarded by goal-line technology.  Roberto Firmino stamped the victory goal into the net for Liverpool’s fifth-consecutive win.  In stoppage time one of Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham men, Eric Lamela got a goal for his side.

Global Advice On Cytomegalovirus (CMV)- Pregnant Women Warned To Avoid Eating A Child’s Leftovers Or Kiss Them On The Lips

A habit some pregnant tend to do is eat up the leftovers of their child or kiss the child on the lips.  However, a recent study has warned all the pregnant women to avoid eating children’s leftovers.  This is because a child’s leftover eaten by a pregnant woman may infect the unborn child with the cytomegalovirus or CMV and this may affect the baby’s hearing  and other developmental issues.  It may lead to Cerebral Palsy as reported by the Daily Mail.  This virus can be transmitted through a child’s saliva, therefore it can be caught through such acts as kissing and sharing food.  Experts at St George’s University of London have put out what they believe, that is, coming in contact with a child’s saliva is allowing the saliva to be a conduit for the CMV to travel.

The figures in the report record that, about 1,000 babies are affected by CMV in a year and about one in five babies infected with CMV had ongoing health issues later.  As of now, there is no vaccine or screening available for the CMV virus that can detect health issues.

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by Maya Angelou


Content- BBC News

SIWO Reporter: Susanna Dziworshie

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A retired midwife who enjoyed a satisfying career after years of rejecting it as a career choice. After becoming a Mum for the second time, somehow I just could not resist the call to midwifery any longer. Being part a family's important event gave more insight into how women, me included, both manage and sometimes muddle through pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood. Wisdom shared and gleaned from stories as well as healthy lifestyle tips and healthy recipes will hopefully answer your need. Someone once said to me that we have one body, one life, one voice so why not make it count. So here's to looking after all three and making a difference. Enjoy and I welcome any comments.

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