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  1. CPR & First Aid Course Sunday, 2nd November 2014 Theory & Practical (a) Introduction to first aid and first aid kit content ( Amputation © Asthma and allergic (d) Burn and scald (e) Bleeding - Internal and External (f) Bite (g) CPR- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (h) Choking (i) Cramp (j) Epilepsy (k) Electrical shock (l) Fainted (m) Fractured and dislocation (n) Heart attack (o) Lifting (p) Poisoning (q) Patient assessment ® Shock (s) Sprain Limited to 20 pax only! Registration closes on 24th October 2014 Time: 9am to 5pm Fee: RM120 only per person (inclusive of first aid manual booklet and cpr and first aid equipment usage). Lunch is excluded. Lara’s Place Tel: 03-79568768 Website:
  2. Night vision Baby monitor

    Baby Monitor - Night Vision, AV OUT, Flower Design (RM390) Relax with confidence while your baby rests - this baby monitor will act as your additional eyes and ears in order to guarantee the safety of the small one. This baby monitor will allow parents to observe e as well as hear their baby or babies while moving around the house. It is perfect for checking on the baby without disturbing them. You will have the freedom to watch TV, listen to music, entertain guests, do household chores, exercise, or sleep with the assurance that you'll always know when your baby needs you. If the 1.5 inch screen is too small, then use the AV OUT slot to connect the monitor to a television in your bedroom or living room to spend less time worrying and more time relaxing. Babies will love the cute flower design and parents will especially appreciate the easy to use and being installation-free. The handy clip-on camera can be placed on the baby's cradle or bed to allow for easy view of your little one and was designed specifically with you and your baby's needs in mind. This baby monitor is also great at night as the 8 IR lights will automatically go to work and provide a bright night view of your baby to make sure you can still keep an eye on them. Those 3 AM checkups are no more as all you need to do is take a quick glance at your baby monitor to know that your little one is safe and secure. At a Glance... Wireless baby monitor with 5 meter night vision AV OUT port so you can keep your eye on your baby through the TV or other visual device Clip-on camera for easy and convenient placement Cute flower camera - loved by babies Truly portable for the busy parent Manufacturer Specifications General Resolution: 300k (VGA) Channels: 4 Transmission Frequency: 2400 to 2483 MHz Transmitting Power: 17dBm Effective Range: Up to 30 Meters Normally, 150-200 Meters with Open Accessibility Intermediate Frequency: 480MHz Demodulation Mode: FM White Balance: Auto Antenna: 50ohm SMA Receiving Sensitivity: < -85dBm SNR: > 40 dB Transfer Rate: 3 Mpbs Audio Sample Rate: 16kHz (8bit) Audio Response Frequency: 100Hz - 3kHz Receiver Power Source: Built-In Battery or Power Adapter Receiver Battery Size: 700mAh Usage Time: 2 Hours Camera Power Source: Power Adapter Camera Image Sensor: 1/3 CMOS Lens: f: 6.0mm Viewing Angle: 40 Degrees Night Vision LED Light: 8 White LEDs, Night Visibility up to 5 Meters F = 1.8 Min LUX: 0 Display Display: 1.5 Inch Display Resolution: 320x240 Non Touchscreen Display Ports AV OUT DC IN Product Notes Handy clip-on camera for easy placement Easy installation, no software needed Brightness control and low battery indicator Dimensions Receiver dimensions: 111x80x23mm (L x W x D) Receiver weight: 118g Camera dimensions: 280x84x80mm (L x W x D) Camera weight: 134g Weight/dimension is for the main item of this boxed product, to help you compare product sizes before buying: please do not base your shipping calculations on this price - shipping prices depend on your cart contents, shipping destination, and shipping method: please use the checkout to select options and preview shipping price for your total order. Package Contents Camera Receiver AV Cable 2x AC Adapter (with local 3 pin Plug) User Manual
  3. Hello, everyone! My name is Sue, I'm a mother of 13 years old boy. Recently I've caught my son, watching X-rated web-site… We've discussed it with my husband, he wanna use parental control software. Actually I've always thought, that it's not a solution of the problem, but we've finally decided to try some…anyway we can always reinstall it.. So I've got 2 questions for you: What do you think about parental control software (to use/not to use, may be some one can share his experience) Which software to choose? We've checked some and stopped on 2: Care4teen ( and NetNanny ( NetNanny has many good reviews, but what I like about Care4teen is that parents build base of bad resources (everyone can add some resource to a black list), so it seemed to have a good filter. Or may be you can recommend smth else?
  4. Toxic Baby Formula

    Dear mothers, Contrary to popular belief that milk is good for growth, it is actually causing more harm than good to our little ones. Have a read... It seems with the many reports of birth defects, organ failure, cancer, and other unsavory health conditions associated with GMO consumption, we should limit the use of GMO in baby products. After all, babies are very sensitive to the foods they consume, and we already know that pesticides found in mother’s milk can be damaging. Below you will learn of three companies which represent more than 90% of baby formula sales in the US that won’t consider removing GMOs from your baby’s food. Why would we knowingly feed our children GMOs before it has really been proven to be ‘safe’ as Monsanto, BASF, and other companies like Abbott Laboratories, Mead Johnson Nutrition, and Nestlé USA, the company who wants to own water rights, tout? If you feed your baby one of the following three infant formulas, you are perhaps, unknowingly, feeding them GMO corn, sugar beets, and soy, since they are often used these companies’ products: Health-Damaging GMOs in Baby Formula 1. Similac One of the widest used brands and often given out for ‘free’ at hospitals, this baby formula is made by Abbott Laboratories. The company is selling you a can of baby formula for over $100 that is full of GMO poisons. You could contact the company to ask why it would include GMOs, or, you can just boycott it altogether. Shareholders are supposed to vote on whether the company is able to continue to use GMO in baby formulas. Abott Laboratories is one of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies – go figure. 2. Enfamil Another baby formula often given out as ‘free’ samples to new mothers iis made by Mead Johnson Nutrition. Their website boasts, ‘Enfamil, scientifically designed to meet the nutritional needs of newborns and infants.’ The following Mead Johnson formulas are known to have GMO toxins: Enfamil with Iron Enfamil with low Iron Enfamil Lacto Free Enfamil 22 Enfamil Next Step (both soy and milk varieties) Enfamil Nutramigen Enfamil Pro-Soybee 3. Gerber Good Start The GMO-riddled formula made by Nestlé USA is perhaps the most questionable since the company has knowingly tried to ‘patent’ water and make it a commodity though it is all part of life itself on this planet. Do we really want to trust a company who wants privatize water with feeding our children health foods? The company went GMO free in South Africa, according to Corporate Action Network, but continues to sell American families the contaminated GMO formula we feed our babies every day. Nestlé USA and Mead Johnson Nutrition have dismissed calls to remove genetically-modified organisms (GMO) from their infant formula products in the US – citing the approved use of GMOs by several national and global regulatory bodies. You can boycott all these companies and start making your own home-made, natural baby formula without toxic chemicals and pesticides and nasty GMOs. The assistant director of the FDA, Nick Duy, says we shouldn’t make our own baby formula, but why isn’t he ousting these companies for using questionable (at best) and health-damaging GMOs? Source: - See more at: