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How To Store Breast Milk And Keep It Fresh

Gone are the days when you would need to be with your baby round the clock in order to breastfeed. Breastfeeding has become quite convenient nowadays due to the emergence of breast pumps. It enables a mother to give her baby the added benefits of a mother’s milk even if she has to work or go somewhere else.

A breast pump is a tool created to help you pump out milk to make breast milk readily available at any time for your baby. There are numerous models to choose from to suit the needs of a modern working woman. One can choose from manual pumps to battery, or electric powered types. Females have various preferences, but whatever you choose is fine, for as long as it works in expressing your milk.

Though it normally requires only 15 to 20 minutes to pump milk, time must additionally be allocated in appropriately storing it so that all the vital nutrients will not be lost. In order to keep its freshness, breast milk ought to be refrigerated immediately after pumping. If you can not do so, it is critical to know as to how long it can last in the atmosphere that you are in. In a cold environment of under 60 º F, breast milk can last up to 24 hours without having refrigeration. If the temperature rises in between 66 º and 72 º F, it can only remain fresh for 10 hours. Having said that, if temperatures go higher than 79 º F, your milk may only last for 4 to 6 hours. Ice packs are necessary at high temperatures in order to keep the milk fresh.

The quality of breast milk is best when it is fresh. It is recommended that moms use only stored milk as a back-up option. If breast milk is frozen, it can lose up to about 40% of its immune factors essential to fight off diseases. A great amount to keep in the refrigerator is a day’s supply. If this is not possible, frozen milk still has more benefits as compared to commercial formula. Frozen milk can last to several months depending on where it is stored. If it is saved in the freezer door, it can only last to two weeks. Having said that if it is stored in another compartment inside the freezer with a temperature of zero degrees, your milk can be kept from 3 to 6 months.

The right way to thaw breast milk is by enabling it to stand in the refrigerator, or by placing it on a bowl of warm water. Microwave ovens should in no way be used to defrost milk simply because it can kill some of its nutrients, and it may only put your little one at risk for scalds. Breast milk is alsoideally kept in containers with tight fitting lids, nursery plastic bags or commercially obtainable milk storage containers. Ordinary plastic bags and formula bags must in no way be used. It is additionally wise to store only an ample amount of milk in one container in order to decrease the chance of wastage. Two to four ounces is best simply because it may be sufficient for one feeding. You can adjust the volume as your infant will need more milk after every month. Any remainder milk from a serving should be discarded and by no means mixed with fresh ones or saved for a later feeding.

Many commercial formulas can be found in the market, yet not one of them has actually matched the amount of vitamins and nutrients that breast milk has. It may take much more effort for a mom to continually breastfeed her child, but it is definitely worth it simply because its health advantages can potentially be life saving.

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Why does my plug-in keep disabling itself? (Google Chrome)?

Question by Max: Why does my plug-in keep disabling itself? (Google Chrome)?
I have Google Chrome and for some reason one of my Flash plug-ins keeps disabling itself. Can anyone help me?

Best answer:

Answer by AYUZAWA Misaki Edogawa ™???
check these link:
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/16705/disable-the-old-adobe-flash-plugin-in-google-chrome/

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Fukitol — When Life Just Blows … Burning midnight oil — The company fridge is stocked with Red Bull to help the humans keep up (Setpember 19, 2011) …



A few nice texas images I found:

Fukitol — When Life Just Blows … Burning midnight oil — The company fridge is stocked with Red Bull to help the humans keep up (Setpember 19, 2011) …
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Enter the robot informant. A Texas security firm, CSIdentity, has created artificial-intelligence software capable of posing as a hacker and engaging ne’er-do-wells in the underground forums.

Its goal is to solicit stolen data – a hacker hoping to fence 1,000 credit card numbers will offer dozens for free to prove they’re real – and send them back to flesh-and-blood investigators.
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Michael Riley, Bloomberg Businessweek

Monday, September 19, 2011

www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/09/19/BUL8…

Hackers have proved they can crack just about any computer network, from Sony’s to Citigroup’s. Afterward, they face another challenge: unloading the virtual booty.

They often take stolen credit card numbers, online banking credentials, e-mail logins, and Social Security numbers to a sprawling network of underground chat rooms and invitation-only forums, where such data are bought and sold. Law enforcement investigators hoping to catch the crooks lurk there as well, but with hacking incidents on the rise, the problem is far too big to police by traditional means.

Enter the robot informant. A Texas security firm, CSIdentity, has created artificial-intelligence software capable of posing as a hacker and engaging ne’er-do-wells in the underground forums. Its goal is to solicit stolen data – a hacker hoping to fence 1,000 credit card numbers will offer dozens for free to prove they’re real – and send them back to flesh-and-blood investigators.

Notifying companies

CSIdentity sells the data it collects to banks, cybersecurity companies and others who have a stake in quickly discovering which businesses, accounts and credit cards have been compromised.

"Very often we are able to notify our customers that something is wrong before their bank" does, says Scott Mitic, chief executive officer of TrustedID, an identity-theft protection company that purchases CSIdentity’s data.

To design the chatbots, CSIdentity’s 10-person analyst team studied the dialog in hacker chat rooms, looking for patterns in the interactions, says Joe Ross, the company’s president.

The hacker argot is filled with slang: A newly stolen credit card is "fresh," and a "fullz" is a credit-card record that includes the victim’s personal data and the card’s three-digit security code along with the number. To keep up with the fast-moving conversation, the virtual informants use a technique from computer science known as fuzzy pattern recognition, which helps the bots make sense of terms and phrases that can be expressed in different ways. (When a hacker threatens to "doss that server," the machine knows he means a distributed denial of service attack, a common way to shut down websites.)

Ross says the hunt has become a cat-and-mouse game. Hackers know to look for dialogue that seems more algorithm than human, and employ tricks to ferret out the bots. One common one is to order the chat room members to log out and reconvene in a different room. If the chatbots have trouble understanding the commands, they will end up in an empty room.


Burning midnight oil

The bots are helped by the fact that many hackers are nonnative English speakers and more forgiving of an odd-sounding statement here and there, Ross says. And, when confused, the bots can always fall back on a swear word in these profanity-riddled forums.

"Someone will make a comment and the bot will respond with an expletive," Ross says.

As they work, the bots send catalogs of stolen data and snippets of conversations back to the CSIdentity team, which often works late into the night, when the chat rooms are most active. The company fridge is stocked with Red Bull to help the humans keep up.

The bots aren’t of much use when it comes to the most sensitive undercover stings, such as those that attempt to penetrate members-only hacker forums run by organized crime rings in Eastern Europe, Ross says.

Yet they can help make the problem of data loss a little more manageable, especially as its scale grows. In a single week in August, CSIdentity’s bots uncovered 419,000 new records up for sale. The data consisted mostly of e-mail account logins and passwords but also 15,000 credit card numbers and 168 Social Security numbers.

Among the compromised companies was ShoWorks, an events manager based in Spokane, Wash. CSIdentity doesn’t act on the data, only collects and sells it, so Cathy Doerr, the company’s president, says she found out about the network break-in only when federal investigators called in late August.

"It’s created just a mess, and we’ve spent the last two weeks trying to clean it up," she says. CSIdentity’s bots wouldn’t have prevented the theft, but they might have helped Doerr discover it sooner.

"This happens every single day," Ross says. "The scary thing is this is just the tip of the iceberg."

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Old Sparky
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From the time of Independence from Mexico until 1924, hanging was the lawful method of execution in Texas. Hangings took place in the county where the condemned person was convicted.
The Texas electric chair "Old Sparky" was in use from 1924 to 1964. During that time, it saw the deaths of 361 prisoners sentenced to die by judicial electrocution. It was built by incarcerated craftsmen in 1924.

In 1964 executions were stopped while the U.S. Supreme Court decided on the fate of execution practices. Executions resumed in 1982 with lethal injection replacing electrocutions as the means of carrying out the death penalty.

Battle Ax – Detail
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Luling, Texas



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What’s this “talk radio” conservatives keep talking about, is it an old person’s version of a podcast?



Question by Godless Heathen: What’s this “talk radio” conservatives keep talking about, is it an old person’s version of a podcast?

Do you play it with your Betamax?

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Answer by Richard
Actually, it’s the libs that bring it up all the time…check with them.

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Keep the Lights On clip – Art Gallery

Keep the Lights On clip - Art Gallery

Keep the Light On opens at Curzon Soho and on Curzon on Demand on Friday 2 November. http://www.curzoncinemas.com/library/films/2715/keep-the-lights-on/
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Computer’s final project.
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Use Illustrated Sermons to Keep Your Congregation’s Interest on Sunday

You know that you put in a lot of preparation for your sermons. You don’t just download them from the internet and then deliver them in a monotone to your congregation. But do your parishioners or congregation realize the effort you have put into it? Are you certain your story or your theme is getting through to them?

Many churches today have large white screens that hang down in the background of the pulpit. The basic idea behind the screen is that the congregation will always know the words to the hymns or the psalms being sung or recited in unison. Sometimes the screen is used to help a visiting missionary tell his or her story about the country he or she serves with his/her mission. Sometimes the screen is used to show pictures of the congregation at various holidays or events in the church.

As a minister or priest you are charged, as the shepherd, with seeing to the needs of your flock. One of the best ways you can do this is to be certain that your sermon resonates with those sitting in the pews before you. How can you do this? You can do this by illustrating your sermons with high quality photos that can help tell your story and get your point across.

The white screen will come in handy as you use Bible illustrations to help tell your story. You can get high quality illustrations and have them flash up on the screen as you are speaking of a relevant subject. Imagine speaking of the Angel of God as he speaks to Mary about the coming of her child, Jesus. Wouldn’t the point be much easier to understand if you could show a photo or illustration? Christian Sermon illustrations can help tell the story of a pilgrim’s progress or the story of famous missionary Lottie Moon. These illustrations are copyrighted by their owner and if you have a membership to the site that allows their use, you will definitely have a more interested sermon. The small fee that is charged will be even smaller when you hear the comments by your parishioners or congregation.

Children’s church will be a breeze when you use these Bible illustrations to illustrate the Bible stories that have become so well known to Christians today.

If your church is a part of a Christian school, the illustrations can be used in chapel and in special assemblies. Everyone benefits from the use of these high quality photos and illustrations.

ArchaeologyIllustrated.com contains a constantly growing collection of unique sermon illustration, Biblical illustrations, and other Christian illustrations. Each image is carefully researched during its creation using academic and scholarly publications in order to provide the most accurate depiction of Biblical places and events.

Do you know any good website to keep a diary?

Question by Ebony: Do you know any good website to keep a diary?
I want to keep a private diary on the internet. I want it to be private and for girls, I mean with pink decorations and things like these. Please don’t say “Live Journal” because I ‘ve tried it and I didn’t like it. If you will give me links, that will be great.
Thank you.

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Answer by Sunshine
Word Pad.

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Keep Out

A few nice cs5 images I found:

Keep Out
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Image by 707d3k
test shot from yesterday’s journey. Came out pretty clean. Dame image sensor dust is back, good ole content aware in cs5 works wonders on that till I clean it. Kinda wanted to get a closer perspective on it, maybe I will try to zoom in more…

until next time

zampa lighthouse/star trail
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Image by micsalac
two- 5minute exposures @ f22 ISO 100
four- 1sec exposures @ ISO 3200 for the light beams.
merged with CS5.

Q&A: How I do to keep preferences in my own created brush in Photoshop cs5?

Question by Abraham Quirarte: How I do to keep preferences in my own created brush in Photoshop cs5?
Hi everybody.
I created brushes in photoshop cs5 and save them, but later when I load that brushes, the special atributes were gone, I know how save an abr brush but if that brush have Shape dinamics settings and later I load it, the alle the settings are missing and I must configure them again, the brush do not is gone only the config.
I hope you can help me thanks.

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Answer by DioDeo
Go to window>brush
Then brush presets
on up right corner here is button for drop-down list
here you can choose save and load presets

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Why does my computer keep freezing when I watch youtube videos?

Question by candyskittles: Why does my computer keep freezing when I watch youtube videos?
This just happened yesterday, but I would be watching a youtube video and then all of the sudden it freezes. At first I didn’t think much of it but then it kept happening every 5 seconds and now I can’t watch youtube videos anymore. My whole screen went blue and it restarted by itself. Does my computer have a virus or something else?
No, its just when I’m watching videos. The rest of the time its working great and even when I’m just on youtube but when I click on a video it goes haywire.

Best answer:

Answer by idk
You might have a virus. If the computer is old though your hardware could be going bad. does the computer blue screen any time that your not watching videos?

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