MID-WEEK FOCUS Gulf Daily News Monday, 12th September 2011 17 Beatles tribute shows set T n Babies require additional attention and care during the earliest part of their lives ormal. n can explain the to look for in a to see a doctor. or caput, is probnding in a neoDr Chandran. s the midline cification and hardening of the skull bone and requires a visit to the doctor. Jaundice is a condition which results in yellowish discolouration of skin and mucus membrane and happens when the haemoglobin changes from foetal to adult type. This discolouration appears after the third day, but if it appears within the first two days and persists beyond two weeks, then adequate hydration, urine output and bowel movements are essential. If detected early, a simple treatment with blue light and adequate feeding will suffice. However, if the baby remains are some of the other speculated causes. jaundiced beyond two weeks, Fortunately, a number of pharmacologithe doctor should be consulted cal and non-pharmacological treatments for a proper diagnosis and necare available. essary tests. While the use of antibiotics are a debat“Occasionally, the jaundice able approach to treatment, experts have can be breast milk jaundice, thrown their weight behind other methods where the baby has high yet like Alpha Blockers, anti-inflammatory safe levels of jaundice that lasts techniques and anti-depressant and muscle up to three months,” said Dr relaxants. Chandran. “Non-pharmacological treatments “This is diagnosed by excluinclude physical therapy such as trigger sion and is usually seen in point release, therapy on pelvic floor and mothers with a given history of abdominal muscles and yoga type exerprevious babies with prolonged cises with the aim of relaxing the pelvic jaundice.” floor and abdominal muscles,” said Dr Al Dr Chandran’s ongoing visit Khatib. to the Royal Bahrain Hospital Contact the Bahrain Specialist Hospital continues until September 18. on 17246939 or 17246857 for more inforContact the hospital on mation. 17246800 for appointments and other information. which is soft to the feel,” he said. “This normally resolves itself within a few days but if the swelling is not across the midline, it can last anywhere from weeks to months.” This type of swelling occurs if the blood collects in the deep layers of the skull. It could cause anaemia at birth, jaundice, cal- for prostatitis n Dr Al Khatib cluding stress-driven y-adrenal axis dyscortical hormone mmation, Myofascial obacteria and viruses Slow down ageing process E ye bags, puffiness, dark circles, tired eyes, and wrinkles could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a new treatment method that is now available at the Farrell German Skin Care Centre. The centre has now introduced a brand new Infrared Eye Mask treatment that results in increased blood circulation, metabolism, oxygen levels and collagen that all contribute to slowing down the aging process. There is also a number of treatments to combat conditions, including acne, wrinkles, pigmentation, cellulite, fat reduction and stretch marks. Other options include permanent hair removal, skin rejuvenation and anti-aging procedures and other preventive measures to keep the skin looking and feeling young and vibrant. The centre’s team of experts believes that skin problems should be handled comprehensively and chalk out steps that give the body a chance to improve itself. In the past customers have been satisfied with the centre’s range of treatment methods. These included the Fat-Away-Method, the AntiCellulite-Method, Microdermabrasion, the Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) technique, Cavitation, Ultrasonic, Radiofrequency, High Frequency, Mesotherapy, Lymphatic Massage, and Iontopherese. The safe and non-invasive Farrell Fat-AwayMethod brings about fat reduction and fat removal using selective dissolution of fat cells whilst simultaneously protecting other tissues. Fat cells will be cracked and removed leaving the body shaped and tightened. The treatment doesn’t affect normal working and living and could result in fat reduction of up to one size. The specialists at the centre believe that a comprehensive skin check should precede the start of any treatment regimen since problems vary from person to person. Accordingly, specialists first speak to clients and outline possible treatment methods before they take the next step. Customers can now take advantage of a new check-up upgrade that gives them before and after pictures using a Microscope camera that focuses on key areas. The centre is located at flat 225 on the second floor of the Nasser Pharmacy complex, near Al Jazeera Supermarket, Zinj. It is open from 9am to 5pm from Saturdays to Mondays and from 1pm to 9pm from Tuesdays to Thursdays. Contact 17722696 for appointments and other information. he UK’s number one Beatles tribute band will bring rock and roll and the legendary music of Liverpool’s fab four back to Bahrain at two spectacular tribute shows taking place this weekend. The Fab Beatles pride themselves on their professionalism and attention to detail and it’s well documented that their sound is the closest that fans will ever hear to the originals. With concerts performed all over the UK, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas, the Fab Beatles create magic using authentic instruments and costumes. The band even boasts to have the drum kit that Ringo Starr used during the Beatles’ 1964 American tour. Chosen by the BBC as quite simply “The Best”, the show will bring the memories flooding back for all generations with music loved by millions of Beatles fans throughout the world, performed live at Champs, Juffair. Champs is Bahrain’s premiere outlet, a place to socialise and unwind while enjoying the latest in live sports, bands and DJs. Its focus on sport has converted it into Bahrain’s veritable headquarters of spectator sport. Sport fans will never miss a moment of their favourite games as they are streamed live on multiple screens and through projectors. Arrive early or visit Champs to get tickets to the Fab Beatles show. The Fab Beatles perform at Kicks, Amwaj Islands, on Thursday and at Champs on Friday. Entry is BD5 and the curtain rises at 9pm for both shows. Contact 39812397 for more information. Head to Champs for ‘Good Food, Good Times, Good Sports’.
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