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Little ones Are Like Automobile Engines, If They Run Hot Or Cold, They Aren't Functioning Correctly!

By: AndFCA8d | Total views: 52 | Word Count: 542 | Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2014 - 6:17 PM

I have actually spent a bunch of time working with various different engines, so I often think of many things in a mechanical type of way. The opposite maybe of how today bunches of engineers are wanting to nature to locate things that will operate in a much more all-natural way. Although this doesn't constantly work. Take for instance the bumble bee, mathematically speaking it is impossible for it to fly at all, yet it does!
So can this also be altered? Can, for example, biology be compared with an engine? There are numerous resemblances between both, usually these points get reviewed in wit, "Never a truer thing said in jest". But how about actually? Can a body be as compared to an engine. They both run around burning up fuel, petrol/diesel for the engine and food/drink for a body. Both emit exhaust fumes, I won't delve further there. And both have optimum temperatures that they function best at.
For many engines, there is a temperature level gauge you could check out to see instantly if it is performing at the proper temperature, usually this includes a temperature level alert and beaming light to allow you know when it is overheating. This cant be stated for a body, unless you count the skin changing to a redder colour than typical and the child complaining, which you quickly learn about! So I guess they coincide if you consider it, just no gauge attached to see one of the initial signs of difficulty- the temperature degree.
This is where I discover it handy that my wife invested in purchasing an awesome contemporary looking baby thermometer from off of Amazon.com. It's made by a brand-new company called Just-Brill. com and called "DigiThermo". It's light weight and able to fit into any sort of little emergency situation set, bathroom cupboard, handbag or pocket and definitely into a child bag for all the children odds and sods they seem to require at the drop of a hat.
I had need of this just recently when one of my own children set off their temperature alert and plainly looked a bit on the red side of pink. my initial reaction was to feel their forehead as any sort of parent does, "You do feel hot" I said, lets go see mom and inspect if there's anything wrong. When we found mom she was busy however instructed me to obtain a temperature level reading, same thing I 'd do with my engines, so to inspect the gauge, and under instruction to locate the baby thermometer in the bathroom cupboard i then took my children temperature, stuck the probe into their ear and instantly had a precise temperature, much better than my rough guessing engine gauges.
With this temperature taken I can plainly see my child was running too hot for optimum performance so continued to look for various other indicators of bad running, unlike an engine, there were red spots over his back too - Measles! A visit with the physician and a trip to the drug store later on for some calamine lotion and we quickly had our child up & bouncing around once again and performing at optimum temperature!

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To help in taking my temperature I use the DigiThermo. It always gives very accurate readings. To find out more about it, visit http://amazon.com/dp/B00GKF71Y2/

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