This Rwandan man named Zanziman Ellie willing to hikes several miles a day to avoid facing bullies that tortured him for his condition called microcephaly.
Microcephaly is a condition where the head (circumference) is smaller than normal. Microcephaly may be caused by genetic abnormalities or by drugs, alcohol, certain viruses, and toxins that are exposed to the fetus during pregnancy and damage the developing brain tissue.
The mother of Zanziman considered him a miracle after she had just lost five of her children in Rwanda – upset, she and her husband prayed to their God to give them a son, even saying that they wouldn’t mind an “abnormal child, as long as they don’t die.”
Nine months later, Ellie was born.
Originating from Rwanda, he is usually harassed by the villagers there because of his facial features. To escape the cruel villagers that bully him for being “different”, he hikes around 32 km a day.
While visiting Zanziman’s mother, she told that Zanziman is being mocked and criticized of almost every day.
Zanziman could not speak or communicate properly with the villagers, so he learned how to use his motor skills and runs away from the villagers to avoid getting himself getting bullied.
Having never been in school, Zanziman would travel around 236 km weekly and sometimes eat the grass from the jungle.
Zanziman is diagnosed with microcephaly, where the baby’s head is born much smaller than normal. This condition can lead to having learning difficulties or physical disabilities as they grow older. Usually, the baby would develop intellectual disabilities.
The scans during the pregnancy could pick up the signs of this condition, but there are no cure or treatment for it.
Microcephaly often happens to children whose mothers are affected by the Zika virus.
Ellie’s mother has been nothing but loving and caring for her son, but her situation has worsened and she now is struggling to bring food to the table.
A GoFundMe fundraiser has been set up to help this family eat and live properly. Click HERE if you want to donate to the family.
Due To Their Loss of Smell, Covid-19 Survivors Have To Get Creative In The Kitchen
Dr. Alex Yeats who is an emergency physician has taken out an amazing dinner option one day. According to his wife, she has nothing to do with it even though it does look so appetizing. Sarah Yeats who is an emergency nurse from Atlantic Beach, Florida said, “It was black bean pasta with almonds and turmeric chunks and I was like ‘I’m not eating that, it’s disgusting”.
The husband and wife work at a hospital in Jacksonville, Florida. Sarah Yeats had contracted Covid-19 at work and brought it home in August.
According to a report, people who have been contracted with COVID-19 usually lost much of their sense of smell and also taste. The condition is called Anosmia which means a condition known as “smell blindness” or even loss of smell. This is actually a common symptom of COVID-19. Despite having the symptom, people still need to eat and of course, they have to modify their meals as a result.
Because of the restriction of not having the ability to smell and taste correct, they have to be creative when they are preparing their meal so that they get enough flavor and nutrition in their meal for them to eat. These are some simple tricks that they follow to be creative in the kitchen:
1) Serving New Flavor Combinations On The Table
Different Colors On Vegetables And Fruits Have Various Benefits? What Is it?
Certainly, many Malaysians do not know that different colors of vegetables and fruits have different vitamins and minerals as well as different functions.
Through a post on Facebook by the Nutrition Department Ministry of Health Malaysia, we are advised to take various types and colors of vegetables and fruits.
Take at least three servings of vegetables and two servings of fruit daily.
Follow the information sharing by MOH below to find out more about the nutritional value of fruits and vegetables:
1) Red color
- Contains Lycopene as an antioxidant that helps protect against cell damage and is good for heart health.
2) Purple color
- Contains Anthocyanin as an antioxidant that helps lower the risk of cancer, improve the body’s immune system and memory.
3) Green color
- Contains chlorophyll, fiber, and iron which are good for red blood cell formation, good for digestion, and boost the body’s immunity.
4) Orange color
- Contains Beta-Carotene as an antioxidant that can improve eye health and anti-aging agents.
“But there is a similarity despite the different colors … that VEGETABLES and FRUIT can help reduce the risk of cancer and other diseases,” wrote MOH Nutrition Department on the post.
“VEGETABLES & FRUIT contain phytochemicals that supply antioxidants that help fight free radicals as well as support our body’s immune system …,” added MOH Nutrition Department.
As Part of Curriculum, Children In Siberia’s School Throw Buckets of Icy Water Over Themselves
As school children, having a cold shower in the morning is the least favorite thing that they have to go through first thing after they woke up. They would prefer to have a nice warm shower instead so that they are going to feel great to start the day.
The story is different for Siberian school children as they have to throw buckets of icy water over themselves. This has to be done because it is part of the school curriculum.
All the five and also six-year-old at the school in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia have to drench themselves in icy water. In fact, most of the students’ parents have given their permission for their children to take part daily because they believe that doing that, can help to ward off infections.
The teachers there stated that the cold showers that they are doing could lead to the children being less sick. Other than that, they also say it could make the children be more “sensible, balanced and also optimistic”. According to a report, the children would take cold showers daily after they had a hot sauna. They also declared that the temperature should be no lower than 25C.
A spokesperson for the Krasnoyarsk education department said, “The little walruses warmed themselves in the sauna and went outside for a traditional cold water shower”. Even though the process might sound challenging for the children to withstand, they actually have been taught breathing exercises for the deep cold.
A teacher named Lyubov Daniltsova said, ” Our doctor confirms that children in groups that practice dousing get through the flu season a lot more easily but generally the statistics show there is 95 percent of healthy children in the ‘wet’ group, compared to 75 percent among the others”.
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