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Webinar 3: Trauma and Resilience: The Role of Child Care Providers

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How to make diseases disappear | Rangan Chatterjee | TEDxLiverpool

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Infectious Disease in Child Caren Webinar

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113 Year Old Man Reveals The Secret To His Disease Free Life ✅

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Preventing Infectious Disease in Early Child Care and the Role of Technology

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Why Daycare Is So Expensive In America

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Coronavirus Webinar: Resources for Child Care and Advice from the Field

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Is it possible to have a germ and disease-free daycare center or preschool? Not likely. However, there are precautions that you, your daycare center or preschool, and even your child can take to limit the spread of nasty germs. From proper hand hygiene to keeping sick kids home, here’s what parents need to know. This information is intended for child care programs that remain open, and should be used in conjunction with CDC’s guidance for administrators of child care programs and K-12 schools.

This guidance does not supersede state and local laws and policies for child care. The Healthy Child Care resources assist pediatric health providers in collaborating with early education and child care providers to increase the quality of care, promote early education and improve children’s health and well-being. The “drop and run” syndrome, is when parents abruptly drop their kid at daycare before anyone has time to notice they are sick. “Drop and run” is more apparent during cold-and-flu seasons and other times of the year when kids are more apt to.

Disease-Proof Your Child features easy-to-prepare, kid-friendly recipes that will satisfy even the pickiest eaters, and will help your whole family establish life-long healthful eating habits. Harness the power of a nutrient-rich diet to ensure a lifetime free of illness and full of health! In his private practice, Joel Fuhrman, M.D. helps families transform their eating habits and recover.

Statutes and Regulations Pertaining to Child Day Care (OCFS) This course is approved for all teachers by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Bureau of Child Care, to meet the requirements of New York City Article 47 (Section 37) for training in infection control and reporting infectious disease. Links with this icon indicate that you are leaving the CDC website.. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cannot attest to the accuracy of a non-federal website. Linking to a non-federal website does not constitute an endorsement by CDC or any of its employees of the sponsors or the information and products presented on the website.

Infectious Disease in Child Care Settings Training Module version 3, revised 4/23/13 ©The National Training Institute for Child Care Health Consultants, UNC-CH, 2013 ii NOTE TO TRAINER This Training Module presents information on preventing and responding to infectious diseases in the child care setting. Disease Free. 114 likes · 2 talking about this · 1 was here.

Child Care Service. Health and Safety Checklist for Licensed-Exempt Child Care Providers DSS/CD/ECSS Revised 7/2/18 The child care facility applicant must be in compliance with the following health, safety, fire and other The animals must be disease free and have all required vaccinations according to state and local law.

List of related literature:

Children in daycare centers have more illnesses than children not in daycare centers, especially gastrointestinal tract infections; respiratory tract infections; and hepatitis A, varicella-zoster virus, and cytomegalovirus infections (Nesti and Goldbaum, 2007).

“Wong's Essentials of Pediatric Nursing E-Book” by David Wilson, Marilyn J. Hockenberry
from Wong’s Essentials of Pediatric Nursing E-Book
by David Wilson, Marilyn J. Hockenberry
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2013

Potential infectious sources could be the mother or any adult caregiver, such as babysitters, day care workers, relatives, friends, neighbors, and even health care workers.

“Breastfeeding: A Guide for the Medical Profession” by Ruth A. Lawrence, MD, Robert M. Lawrence, MD
from Breastfeeding: A Guide for the Medical Profession
by Ruth A. Lawrence, MD, Robert M. Lawrence, MD
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015

Educate family to contact physician or nurse practitioner if child has known exposure to chickenpox or measles so that preventive measures (e.g., varicella zoster immunoglobulin [VZIG]) can be taken.

“Essentials of Pediatric Nursing” by Theresa Kyle, Susan Carman
from Essentials of Pediatric Nursing
by Theresa Kyle, Susan Carman
Wolters Kluwer Health, 2019

• Communicable disease management: The nurse must assess children for illnesses that can be transmitted to other children, provide care and isolation until the parent can pick up the child from school, and give advice concerning the safe time for re-entry into the school setting.

“Maternal-Child Nursing E-Book” by Emily Slone McKinney, Susan R. James, Sharon Smith Murray, Kristine Nelson, Jean Ashwill
from Maternal-Child Nursing E-Book
by Emily Slone McKinney, Susan R. James, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2017

Day care outside the home is considered another risk factor for transmission28; secondary disease is more likely to develop in children younger than 2 years.

“Mandell, Douglas, and Bennett's Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases” by John E. Bennett, Raphael Dolin, Martin J. Blaser, Gerald L. Mandell
from Mandell, Douglas, and Bennett’s Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases
by John E. Bennett, Raphael Dolin, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009

Daycare outside the home is considered another risk factor for transmission38; secondary disease is more likely to develop in children younger than 2 years.

“Mandell, Douglas, and Bennett's Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases E-Book” by John E. Bennett, Raphael Dolin, Martin J. Blaser
from Mandell, Douglas, and Bennett’s Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases E-Book
by John E. Bennett, Raphael Dolin, Martin J. Blaser
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2014

Children at daycare centers and patients and staff at custodial institutions are at risk for this disease.

“Clinical Chemistry E-Book: Fundamentals and Laboratory Techniques” by Donna Larson
from Clinical Chemistry E-Book: Fundamentals and Laboratory Techniques
by Donna Larson
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015

Testing or treatment of asymptomatic children in childcare facilities in the setting of an outbreak is not recommended, and asymptomatic carriers should not be excluded.

“Immigrant Medicine E-Book: Text with CD-ROM” by Patricia Frye Walker, Elizabeth Day Barnett, William Stauffer, James M Jaranson
from Immigrant Medicine E-Book: Text with CD-ROM
by Patricia Frye Walker, Elizabeth Day Barnett, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2007

Teachers and social workers who deal with young children may come into contact with infections that can potentially affect pregnancy, such as chicken pox, fifth disease, and CMV.

“What to Expect When You're Expecting 4th Edition” by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
from What to Expect When You’re Expecting 4th Edition
by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
Simon & Schuster UK, 2010

Several studies conducted during the last 15 years have shown that exposure to other children through nonparental child care arrangements increases the likelihood of contracting an infectious disease, including respiratory illness, ear infection, diarrhea, and skin disease.

“Microbial Threats to Health: Emergence, Detection, and Response” by Institute of Medicine, Board on Global Health, Committee on Emerging Microbial Threats to Health in the 21st Century, Joshua Lederberg, Margaret A. Hamburg, Mark S. Smolinski
from Microbial Threats to Health: Emergence, Detection, and Response
by Institute of Medicine, Board on Global Health, et. al.
National Academies Press, 2003

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  • I am from Russia and we pay around $70 per month for full day private child care (including freshly cooked meals prepared daily). some people pay 0 if its a public daycare (for the most part, the government provides affordable childcare services for everyone). its more like a part of educational system.. even stay at home moms send their kids to daycare to learn and socialize

  • I don’t understand why you have 1 child then continue to have more, work a job that doesn’t pay you, and then complain about childcare cost? Maybe have one and see how that goes before continuing to have kids.

  • Where I live there are 2 affordable daycares

    The first one has a 5 year waiting list so you literally have to register before you even get pregnant.

    The second one you have to sign up in person and it fills up on the day. Registration opens at 6 and families literally camp out the night before just to get a spot for their kid.

  • I saved this video because of how ridiculous it is. Can’t have enough, so now you wanna pretend to be poor? Many daycares cost less, but sis here wants to take her kids to upper class daycares hence the cost.

  • How do you treat h pylori bacteria without antibiotics? I’m healthy vegetarian, who exercises daily, gets good sleep and I don’t stress much. But I have this bacteria that is debilitating and impacting mine and my families quality of life significantly. I have peptic ulcers, inflammation, gas, indigestion, fatigue, stomach pains and constipation. Would love to find a natural therapist who can eradicate this bacteria but I can’t.

  • American parents are very demanding. They think once they pay, they can complain and sue daycare for any reason they want. Many American parents even use guns to threat the providers. Daycare charges high fees to pay for insurance and cover all liabilities and expenses.

  • I cant get theese numbers syraight. If they pay 5k a month for their three kids, and the salary of a teacher there is 2.3k. Why don’t they just pay someone to come to their home and take care of the kids during the day? Perhaps there are neighbours with kids too who want to join aswell. It should be fully possible to cut that cost.

  • Well its to reduce population. No racism, but prisons are full, poverty,crime, and overpopulation. How to solve that? Insane medical prices and insane costs to have kids, one way or another it will work, just matter of time.

  • she can’t run her business from home? especially since she’s not even making a salary they could save that extra $5000 a month if she did that.

  • I was raised in the 90s and luckily my mom stayed home and raised the four of us and because she was staying home raising us. It didn’t make sense to my parents to have my mom work since she was an undocumented worker and would be being paid minimum wage. She was actually saving my dad more money by staying at home raising us. Everybody who was family or a friend would ask her to watch their children while they worked because they were being paid minimum wage & literally could not afford to pay for any type of day care. And because they all worked in agriculture they would pay my mother in potatoes, onions, tomatoes whatever they were picking. I didn’t understand it as a kid I just knew that every now and then someone was giving us food which I thought was cool. And when I got older I asked my mom why weren’t they paying her money. She gave me a quick lesson about being grateful. Lots of love and support to all the stay-at-home parents and all the daycare providers❤

  • Move where I live, you’d only be paying roughly $400-500 a month per kid. Also, most daycare workers make not much money either here like I make $8 an hour.

  • Surely they could have found a better example than the Manhattan couple, there are families out there genuinely struggling to make ends meet and pay for child care on two incomes. She willingly left a paying (likely very well paying) job for a start up that’s paying her nothing and likely costing them money. Her simply going back to working a paying job or becoming a stay at home parent would drastically improve their financial situation. Others don’t have such simple options and definitely don’t have the luxury of pulling thousands out of savings every month to subsidize a lifestyle they can’t actually afford.

  • Your poor lifestyle choices are depleting your savings.
    Stay at home with your children until they go to school.
    A job that doesn’t pay is not a job. Grow up.

  • Rangan Chatterjeer add inn PCOS and infertility. I’ve reversed my diagnosis with diet after reading the book “Eat Yourself Pregnant” (I think only available in danish) by gynechologist Bjarne Stigsby.
    Great speech much passion and great to get the word out through the authorized health professionals and not only by “alternative” health practicioners. It’s the mainstream that needs changing. Keep the impact for society and the money aspect in front and politicians might hear you, changing their research funding 😉

  • Wait, why do they say that the cost of child care is partially paid by providers? Providers don’t pay anything. They are the ones getting paid. The way they are phrasing this makes no sense.

  • They had thousands of dollars in saving to the point where they could take out 10,000 a month….it sounded like she left a well paying job to join a start up.

    Seems like their hardships are the result of their own choices……sorry don’t care.

  • I know we not gonna gloss over black women taking care of white babies while their own children soothed themselves… smh the history if this country sucks ass

  • This guy is not a doctor who treats patients, he is an actor. According to his website, he is only involved in the media. He does not have time to even respond to emails.

  • 1:12 what is insane.. is that she doesn’t think having 3 children would cost $5000 for a daycare. I agree that this family is not appropriate for the documentary. I love CNBC docs but this one is a fail.

  • Takes me about 5 months of working full time to even make $10,000. This lady just taking 10G out of her savings every month like I don’t know where it’s coming from my financial advisor does all that for me.

  • 10 years ago my doctor diagnosed me with type 2 diabetes. Just changing my diet, my blood sugar levels improved. I’ve been feeling better for 3 years now, I don’t take any medication, and I’ve even lost 67 pounds with my diet improved!

  • whats there to know? The root cause of most disease is this:
    1)in utero health based on mother’s health
    2)genetics from mother + father
    3)childhood development pscyhological/biological/sociological
    4)diet, exercise, stress, sleep, contentment, Socioecnomic status
    5)random luck/genetic mutations/exposure to chemicals…the stuff that is not under our control

  • i just read book traditional way of child caring by granny asha, this book is full of information for first time parents, i m going to gift this book to my wife before we start our own experience.

  • Hes absolutely right, but hes going against the biggest industries in the world if he plans on making everyone healthy. They cant have that. Good luck to this young man.

  • Wait… let me just reiterate the points:
    1) Childcare is expensive
    2) Childcare is in high demand
    3) And childcare providers don’t make enough money
    How are these 3 consistent with each other?

  • Everything that is subsidized by the government comes from TAXES. You want free stuff? Your taxes will go up too! Visit other countries and ask the locals about how it really works…lots of rules and taxes go along with all this “free” stuff.

  • Why this anger while speaking super heavy energy!! I couldn’t manage to continue the video, i have a piece of advice: in order to solve this anger and guilt feeling regarding ur son u must check theta healing and work the belief system so u would be more relieved while speaking and not triggered by whats bothering u pr making u feel guilty anymore

  • Thank you, my turning point was intermittent fasting (IF) after I started Gerson Therapy to rid of my 20 year long Migraine 5. years ago. My disease root cause? SAD, standard American diet = celebrating food ingestion.

    So diabetes causes Billions, but remember, someone is making Billions with that Billions ��. Let’s save that money and spend it on relaxing at enjoying life. It’s easy. I JUST FAST DAILY FOR 16 TO 23 HOURS. once a year, I fast 48-72 hours to allow more time for body to heal itself. Look up “autophagy”

  • You live in Manhattan with 3 kids. Get your priorities straight and quit complaining about decisions you were privileged enough to make on your own.

  • It’s so strange that so many of you who are here want to regulate others being here. If only the rich and upper middle class had kids, how would that serve society? Everybody living is a “burden” on society in one way or another at some point. Should I pay taxes across the board if your house burns down or is robbed and mine isn’t? Should I have to pay for a street I never drive on? Should I pay for farmers to grow foods I don’t eat? I’m a teacher. Why can’t I get paid per kid with bonuses for children with special needs or behavior issues? We’re all in this world together people.

  • She doesn’t have a job that pays, but pays 5k for child care and 5k for rent. Maybe face the fact and change your lifestyle? Is it not possible to move somewhere Else? Look I do get it that child care cost a lot but this family is not a good example.

  • Why not one parent work nights.Not fun,but,i did this for years for my daughter.Saved thousands of dollars.Worked nights in The Military and jobs after,so it was a little easier for me.I had a limited life,but,i did this for my child.

  • then why have galore kids haha why do we have to pay for these people who think they can afford it all living beyond the means and the children suffer!

  • Congratulations Dr. Chatterjee for doing what a doctor is supposed to do. Help people be disease free. I’ve been doing that for myself for 30 years and I’m not in the health profession in anyway. I’m just someone smart enough to have started studying it all for myself 30 years ago to maintain my great health and it has continued. The medical establishment won’t do what you are doing so I do it for myself and enjoy great health even though now at retirement age and watching friends and family who have many health conditions and going to a doctor who just gives them medication but no real help. I have made many suggestion to friends and family on how to naturally cured their conditions and they aren’t interested and neither is my doctor so I just leave them in charge of themselves and watch them deteriorate. Good luck getting the system to do what you have done. People will spend forever playing with their boss, which is their life but won’t educate themselves into great health. Do it for yourself or else go downhill from adulthood.

  • Beautiful speech, the cause is, years of eating (Not in moderation) processed and unprocessed carbs and sugar…. why? because your bodies sugar increases and insulin raises……over years of eating and abusing your insulin………your insulin basically puts two fingers up to you and makes you suffer the pain for not looking after it so you suffer from abnormal sugar levels in your body. So what’s the solution to getting insulin back as your friend?……….stop the sugar and stop eating high levels of carbs………..including potatoes…….chips…….rice………pasta…….sugar……..cereals……….milk………. remember processed and unprocessed carbs turn into sugar and raises your insulin…….. Pakistani and Indians get type 2 as all they eat is chapattis……….which are high in carbs and get converted in to sugar

  • Modern medical science is designed to prosper the pharmaceutical industry. Unfortunately, the doctors are not trained how diseases develop, they mostly know how to fix them later.

  • Maybe stop breeding then if you can’t be bothered with them but you are not working? This isn’t a struggle, they call this poor? How about interviewing real struggling people?