Monday, May 13, 2013

Sunday, May 5, 2013

THE YOUNGEST MOTHER IN THE WORLD.

Peruvian five-year-old Lina Medina, accompanied by her 11-month-old-son Gerardo, and Doctor Lozada who attended her son's birth, are shown in this 1940 file photo taken in Lima's hospital.

When her child was born by Caesarean section in May 1939, Medina made medical history, and is still the youngest known mother in the world.

Lina Medina's parents thought their 5-year-old daughter had a huge abdominal tumor and when shamans in their remote village in Peru's Andes could find no cure, her father carried her to a hospital.

Just over a month later, she gave birth to a boy.

Medina was born on September 27, 1933 in the small village of Paurange. She was only 5 years 8 months old at the birth of her child on Mother's Day, May 14, 1939.

Born at full term at Lima's maternity clinic, her child was taken through a caesarian operation (Dr. Lozada and Busalleu, operators, Dr. Colretta, anesthesiologist). The child (boy), weighing 2,700 grams, was well formed and in good health. Child and mother were able to leave the clinic after only a few days.

Doctor Lozada has conducted very detailed studies since the diagnostic of the pregnancy which aroused much curiosity in the country; he took an x-ray of the child and her baby, established a diagnostic of the fetal situation, observed the state of functionality of the little mother who had begun menstruating at the age of 8 months. At four years old she had already developed breasts as well as pubic hair, her body proportions were a bit amazing and her bone hardening a bit advanced, things that are often observed in cases of such premature pregnancy.

After taunting from schoolmates, Medina's son, Gerardo - who was named after one of the doctors who attended Medina and who became their mentor - discovered when he was 10 that the person he had grown up believing to be his sister was in fact his mother.

Gerardo died in 1979 at age 40 from a disease that attacks the body's bone marrow, but it was said it was not clear there was any link with his illness and the fact his mother had been so young at his birth.

Medina herself married and in 1972 had a second son, 33 years after her first. Her second child now lives in Mexico.


FILIPINO DICTIONARY

FILIPINO DICTIONARY :)))))

NEVERMIND: Ang slow mo.
BASTA: Tinatamad akong magexplain.
PAPUNTA NA KO: Kakagising ko lang.
ANG LAMIG: Payakap naman.
KAMUSTA?: Miss na kita.
JOKE LANG: Pero totoo talaga yun.
OKAY LANG AKO: Hindi ako okay. Lambingin moko.
NASAAN KA: Nasa labas na ko ng bahay nyo!
AH OKAY: Boring mong kausap.
OH TALAGA?: Hindi ako interesado sa kwento mo.
SIGE LANG: Napipilitan lang naman ako, may choice ba ko?
BAGAY KAYO: Mas bagay tayo.
OKAY NA KAYO?: Sana kasi tayo na lang.
SUNOD NA LANG AKO: Manigas ka!
TRY KO: Asa ka!

Thursday, May 2, 2013

PAANO BA TALAGA NADEDEVELOP ANG FEELINGS NG ISANG TAO?

PAANO BA TALAGA NADEDEVELOP ANG FEELINGS NG ISANG TAO?
by Kuya Onz tee

1. KAPAG INAASAR KA NG ISANG TAO. -madalas itong mangyari diba? ung once na inaasar ka ng isang tao, pag hindi siya nagparamdam sa’yo parang hindi na buo ung araw mo. HINAHANAP-HANAP mo yung pang-aasar niya sayo pero hindi mo namamalayan, SIYA NA PALA ANG HINAHANAP MO.

2.KAPAG KAUSAP MO LAGI ANG ISANG TAO. -yung tipong nasanay ka na lagi mo siyang kausap, kakwentuhan hindi lilipas ung isang buong araw na hindi kayo nagkakausap once na hindi mo siya nakausap, parang may KULANG, yung tipong kahit sa phone lang kelangan magkausap kayo para masabi mong buo yung araw mo.

3.KAPAG PAREHO KAYO NG GUSTO/HILIG. -yung parang MUTUAL lahat ng gusto niyo, yung interest niyo sa mga bagay-bagay atleast dun pa lang MUTUAL na kayo diba?

4. KAPAG NAPAPATAWA KA NIYA. -malaking bagay na napapatawa ka ng isang tao. yung parang pag may problema ka, andiyan siya lagi para pasayahin ka. yung feeling na nakakagaan ng pakiramdam pag nakikita mong nag-eeffort siya mapangiti ka lang niya.

5. BIRUAN/TUKSUHAN. -e dito naman lahat nag-uumpisa yan e yung tipong “joke” lang daw nung una, tapos sineseryoso niyo na pala ang isa‘t isa