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Before the seventeenth century, it was generally thought that light is transmitted instantaneously. This was supported by the observation that there is no noticeable lag in the position of the Earth's shadow on the Moon during a lunar eclipse, which would otherwise be expected if c were finite. Nowadays, we know that light moves just too quickly for the lag to be noticeable. Galileo doubted that light's speed is infinite, and he devised an experiment to measure that speed by manually covering and uncovering lanterns that were spaced a few miles apart. We don't know if he ever attempted the experiment, but again c is too high for such a method to give an even remotely accurate answer.

The first successful measurement of c was made by Olaus Roemer in 1676. He noticed that, depending on the Earth–Sun–Jupiter geometry, there could be a difference of up to 1000 seconds between the predicted times of the eclipses of Jupiter's moons, and the actual times that these eclipses were observed. He correctly surmised that this is due to the varying length of time it takes for light to travel from Jupiter to Earth as the distance between these two planets varies. He obtained a value of c equivalent to 214,000 km/s, which was very approximate because planetary distances were not accurately known at that time.

In 1728 James Bradley made another estimate by observing stellar aberration, being the apparent displacement of stars due to the motion of the Earth around the Sun. He observed a star in Draco and found that its apparent position changed throughout the year. All stellar positions are affected equally in this way. (This distinguishes stellar aberration from parallax, which is greater for nearby stars than it is for distant stars.) To understand aberration, a useful analogy is to imagine the effect of your motion on the angle at which rain falls past you, as you run through it. If you stand still in the rain when there is no wind, it falls vertically on your head. If you run through the rain, it comes at you at an angle, and hits you on the front. Bradley measured this angle for starlight, and knowing the speed of the Earth around the Sun, he found a value for the speed of light of 301,000 km/s.

The first measurement of c that didn't make use of the heavens was by Armand Fizeau in 1849. He used a beam of light reflected from a mirror 8 km away. The beam was aimed at the teeth of a rapidly spinning wheel. The speed of the wheel was increased until its motion was such that the light's two-way passage coincided with a movement of the wheel's circumference by one tooth. This gave a value for c of 315,000 km/s. Leon Foucault improved on this result a year later using rotating mirrors, which gave the much more accurate value of 298,000 km/s. His technique was good enough to confirm that light travels slower in water than in air.

Even when you are careful and do all the right things, your child can have problems with low or high blood sugar. Teach your child to look for signs of low and high blood sugar and to know what to do if this happens.

Young children can't tell if they have low blood sugar as well as adults can. Also, after your child has had diabetes for a long time, he or she may not notice low blood sugar symptoms anymore. This raises the chance that your child could have low blood sugar emergencies. If you are worried about your child's blood sugar, do a home blood sugar test . Don't rely on symptoms alone.

Both low and high blood sugar can cause problems and need to be treated. Your doctor will suggest how often your child's blood sugar should be checked.

See your child's doctor at least every 3 to 6 months to check how well the treatment is working. During these visits, the doctor will do some tests to see if your child's blood sugar is under control. Based on these results, the doctor may change your child's treatment plan.

When your child is 10 years old or starts puberty, he or she will start having exams and tests to look for any problems from diabetes.

Your child's insulin dose and possibly the types of insulin may change over time. The way your child takes insulin (with shots or an insulin pump ) also may change. This is especially true during the teen years when your child grows and changes a lot.

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Type 1 diabetes develops because the body's immune system destroys beta cells in a part of the pancreas called the islet tissue. Beta cells produce insulin. So children with type 1 diabetes can't make their own insulin. Experts do not know what causes this to happen. But the cause may involve family history and maybe environmental factors like diet or infections.

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Causes of high blood sugar

Causes of low blood sugar

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Because your child has type 1 diabetes, he or she will experience high and low blood sugar levels from time to time. High blood sugar usually develops slowly over hours or days, so you can treat the symptoms before they become severe and require medical attention. On the other hand, your child's blood sugar level can drop to dangerously low levels in minutes.

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Sometimes it's hard to distinguish between high and low blood sugar symptoms , especially if your child is very young. Test your child's blood sugar whenever you think it may be high or low so that you can treat it appropriately. If your child has symptoms of very high blood sugar, such as a fruity breath odor, vomiting, and/or belly pain, seek emergency care. These symptoms may point to Harpelunde Slipon Dress Shoes Tassel Solid Men Velvet Loafers new styles choice sale online classic sale online 7XhBF
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The negative effects of diabetes are caused by blood sugar levels that are above or below a target range .

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Young children cannot recognize low blood sugar symptoms as well as adults can, which puts them at risk for low blood sugar emergencies. Children who develop hypoglycemia unawareness , which is the inability to recognize early symptoms of low blood sugar until they become severe, or who are trying to keep their blood sugar levels tightly within a target range are also at risk for low blood sugar emergencies.

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High blood sugar can also lead to:

What can be done?

The best way to help your child with type 1 diabetes live a long and healthy life is to keep his or her blood sugar levels within a target range. Work with your child's doctor, and monitor blood sugar levels frequently.

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Risk factors for very high or low blood sugar levels in a child with type 1 diabetes include:

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Peer Relationships Pre-Conference

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The International Society for Research on Identity (ISRI) will meet to discuss theory and research on the role of identity in psychosocial development. The session will begin with a meet and greet period at 1:00 pm. At 1:30 pm, ISRI President Moin Syed will officially open the meeting, followed by brief reports from ISRI officers on organizational activities, including planning for the 2019 Conference. The reports will be followed by a panel presentation focusing on methodological issues in the study of identity development and small group discussions of issues raised by the panel. The session will conclude with poster presentations. We welcome submissions to our poster session. The ISRI meeting is open to anyone interested in identity (you do not need to be an ISRI member!) and is free to all. For further information about ISRI and the pre-session meeting (including registration and the call for posters) please visit our website, www.identityisri.org. You can also contact the ISRI program chair, Sara Johnson (s.johnson@tufts.edu) or Janet Gebelt, ISRI Secretary (jgebelt@westfield.ma.edu), with questions.

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Kick off the Society for Research on Adolescence biennial meeting by joining scholars who study, think, and care about youth civic engagement at an informal gathering in downtown Minneapolis on Wednesday April 11th from 5:00 – 7:30 PM. This will be a fun opportunity to connect with researchers and practitioners with shared interests. This event will take place at Inbound BrewCo, and will feature Brew Talks – short presentations by several attendees to get feedback on emerging ideas or pressing problems in the field of youth civic engagement. Ample time will be devoted to informal discussions. Come experience a taste of downtown Minneapolis at one ofthe city’s newest breweries and share in lively discussion about youth civic engagement research and practice. All are welcome to attend!

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