29 WEEK PREMATURE BABY

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29 Week Premature Baby





29 week premature baby






    premature baby
  • In humans, preterm birth refers to the birth of a baby of less than 37 weeks gestational age. The cause for preterm birth is in many situations elusive and unknown; many factors appear to be associated with the development of preterm birth, making the reduction of preterm birth a challenging

  • A baby born three or more weeks before the due date.

  • an infant that is born prior to 37 weeks of gestation





    week
  • A period of seven days

  • The period of seven days generally reckoned from and to midnight on Saturday night

  • workweek: hours or days of work in a calendar week; "they worked a 40-hour week"

  • any period of seven consecutive days; "it rained for a week"

  • "Week!" is the ninth single of Do As Infinity, released in 2001. The B-side of this single, "Tsuredzure Naru Mama ni", is the only studio-recorded song from guitarist Ryo Owatari, the lyrics were also written by him.

  • Workdays as opposed to the weekend; the five days from Monday to Friday





    29
  • Year 29 (XXIX) was a common year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.

  • 29 is Ryan Adams' eighth official album, and his third album released in 2005 (although the preceding two were credited to Ryan Adams and The Cardinals). The album was produced by Ethan Johns, who also produced Heartbreaker and Gold.

  • twenty-nine: the cardinal number that is the sum of twenty-eight and one











29 week premature baby - Your Premature




Your Premature Baby and Child


Your Premature Baby and Child



The only comprehensive guide for the parents of "preemies"-from homecoming to the school years. Every day new progress is being made in the care of babies born prematurely, helping them grow up as strong and healthier than ever imagined. But raising "preemies" often places special demands on parents whose little ones seem-especially in those early weeks and months-as fragile as they are precious. This illustrated guide, written by mothers of preemies and medical experts, can help. With guidance on such wide ranging topics as bringing the baby home to medical issues to doctor visits to starting school-plus tips on dealing with the emotional and family stress of parenting a preemie-this book provides the answers needed to optimize that special baby's development.
--Written by a team with both personal and professional experience relating to this topic
--Addresses the physical and emotional challenges from the child's, parent's and extended families' viewpoints
--Includes illustrations
--Unlike other books, this unique, comprehensive, and empowering handbook provides detailed information on a wide range of topics for "preemie parents" after the NICU.










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KERRY KATONA & ME




KERRY KATONA & ME





I spotted Kerry katona in Manchesters Trafford Center today she was in a Chineese Restaraunt with her Husband Mark Croft... She is one of my Favourite Celebritys, thank you Kerry Katona for having your picture taken with me :)

Please do not use this photo with out my permission!!!...



Kerry Katona

Born Kerry Jane Elizabeth Katona
6 September 1980 (1980-09-06) (age 29)
Warrington, Cheshire, England
Other name(s) Kerry McFadden (2002–06)
Kerry Croft (2007–present)
Occupation Media personality
Years active 1998–2001 (singing)
2002–present (presenting)
Spouse(s) Bryan McFadden (2002–2006) (divorced)
Mark Croft (2007–present)

Kerry Jane Elizabeth Katona (born 6 September 1980) is an English media personality. She is most known for her television work (predominantly in television commercials and reality shows) and for being a magazine columnist. She has also acted, released several books (though these were ghostwritten on her behalf), and was also once a member of the pop girl group Atomic Kitten.

Early life

Katona was brought up partly by her mother Sue Katona and partly by her stepfather, foster grandmother and others. Her first known memory was of her mother's attempted suicide. When she was very young she was placed in care and brought up by four sets of foster parents. During that time, she went to eight different schools. She is one-quarter Hungarian. Katona left school with no qualifications at age 16 to become a lap dancer, then joined a dance troupe that toured Europe.[3] In 2001, nude 'open leg' photographs of her appeared in censored form in the UK tabloid newspaper The Sunday Sport.


Katona gained fame for being a member of the girl group Atomic Kitten. However she left in 2001 when she became pregnant.The group enjoyed limited success in the UK while she was a member, but had a major hit in South East Asia with Cradle. The group subsequently went on to have two number 1 albums in the UK with a new line-up. Katona herself later made light of the fact that she did not actually sing on any of Atomic Kitten's records, except for spoken parts, for example in the song Whole Again.

Television

After marrying Brian McFadden, she moved into television, appearing on and presenting a mix of light entertainment programmes such as Britain's Sexiest..., Loose Women, and Elimidate. In February 2004, Katona won the third British series of reality TV show I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! and in July of that year, Brian and Kerry appeared as a judge on the RTE talent show You're A Star, which was used to select Ireland's entry to the Eurovision Song Contest.

Katona has since starred in an Irish drama called Showbands. In July 2005, she headlined My Fair Kerry on ITV, where she was taught airs and graces to transform herself from ladette to lady. Despite the title of this programme, the conclusion she publicly drew from the programme was that "airs and graces don't mean nothing when you've got kids to look after."

Since 2007, Katona had been the subject of a number of MTV reality shows including Kerry Katona: Crazy in Love. Her latest MTV reality show, Kerry Katona: What's The Problem, began airing in May 2009.

Endorsements

Although her celebrity status has declined, Katona had a regular column in OK! Magazine until she was axed in 2008, has had the job of being the spokeswoman for Iceland frozen food stores in newspaper and television advertisements and has also been paid to promote Asda. She was represented by publicist Max Clifford, but their mutual parting was announced in October 2008 following Katona's appearance on This Morning. On 17 August 2009 supermarket Iceland sacked Katona from its advertising campaigns, saying it was "impossible" for her to continue in the role. The move follows allegations in the News Of The World that Katona was taking Class A drugs.

Charity

She is a patron of The Shannon Bradshaw Trust, a charity based in Warrington, helping children with life-threatening conditions, and their families.

Personal life
Brian McFadden (2002–2006)

On 5 January, 2002 she married former Westlife star Brian McFadden at the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Rathfeigh, County Meath, Ireland becoming Kerry McFadden. The couple had their honeymoon in Mauritius. Their two daughters are: Molly Marie McFadden (born 31 August, 2001, Dublin, Ireland); and Lilly-Sue McFadden, (born 3 February, 2003, Dublin, Ireland).

McFadden and Katona separated in September 2004 and Katona reverted to her maiden name. McFadden wrote a song on his solo album Irish Son called Be True To Your Woman about the failed relationship.

Mark Croft (2007–present)

Katona is now married to taxi driver Mark Croft. Katona and Croft were married at Gretna Green in Scotland on Wednesday, 14 February, 2007 in a private ceremony with 2 friends as witnesses. Six days later, on 20 February 2007, Katona's baby was delivered by Caesarean section. The girl, Heidi Elizabeth Croft, was born at Macclesfield G











Against all odds




Against all odds





Almost exactly six years ago, a 29-week premature baby girl weighing just 700 grams was born at a humble rural hospital in Limpopo Province. Even with the best neonatal intensive care in the country, Angel’s chances of survival would have been no more than 50/50. Yet today, Angel is happy and healthy – thanks to the care she received at Malamulele District Hospital. Through better training and innovative techniques the hospital has significantly reduced neonatal deaths in recent years, meaning that many more children like Angel will be celebrating their birthdays in the years to come.

Credit: UNICEF South Africa/Marinovich









29 week premature baby








29 week premature baby




Mitchell's Gift - A parent's perspective on surviving life... with a premature baby in the NICU.






~A book written by the parent of a preemie... for the parent of a preemie.~ Mitchell's Gift walks you through the experience of having a premature baby in the neonatal intensive care unit. Written from a parent's point of view, the book familiarizes a person with the NICU and gives tips on how to balance life inside the hospital with life outside the hospital. The account of our journey with Mitchell, woven throughout the book, offers insight into the experience of having a premature baby, reassurance that you will survive this experience, and the comfort of knowing that you are not alone. Mitchell's Gift also has an extensive glossary to help communicate with the medical staff. If you have a baby in the NICU or are expecting an early delivery, Mitchell's Gift will be of help to you.










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