Burmese Rest

Myanmar Calm

Rest of Burmese, Kandy Picture: Night view of the Burmese Rest front door. Look what your friends are saying about Burmese Rest. One Burmese family rests in a temporary camp on the Thai-Burmese border. Myanmar numerals (Burmese: ??

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The best beginning of our Sri Lanka trip - Review of Burma Rest, Kandy, Sri Lanka

It is part of a monk's home and the general ambience is calm and relaxed. Plain bedding, pilgrim-style with thin sheets of cellular material, but the bedding was very good. While we were here, the friars built an extra part in the main patio, but this did not disturb our peace.

All the turtles in the yard were very beautiful and well cared for. The rating is the personal judgment of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

BOURMESE REST - KANDY - Sri Lanka: Accommodation > Hotels

The seclusion of the friars, perfectly situated in the town, is without doubt the least expensive accomodation Kandy..... but the comforts in the centre of this port is very simple. There are 6 simple rooms with common bathrooms and shower facilities reserved for people. In spite of the simple convenience, the place is tidy and many travelers with a reasonable price try their fortune here.

Oakland lead can worsen the health of Burmese refugees | Health status

Several Burmese fugitive kids going to the US have poisonous amounts of leaden in their veins, according to a survey published this weekend in Pediatrics magazine. Scientists at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention have been measuring leads in Burmese kids in Thai fugitive shelters. You found that the most vulnerable were under two.

15 per cent of them had poisoned leads, as did five per cent of all them. But Burmese fugitive kids who settle in Oakland may not be very secure from being exposed to leaden once they are there. A paediatrician working with Burmese migrants at Asian Health Services in Oakland, Joan Jeung quickly realized the issue.

"I think the fastest connection is impoverishment, from low-income areas and the terms of Burma's repression to low-income areas here in the United States, where the environment is still high." Approximately 400 Burmese migrants have been settled in Oakland since 2007, and the vast majority live in dire straits, with many homes earning less than $1,000 a months, according to a collaborative survey by San Francisco State University and the Burma Refugee Family Network.

A lot of Burmese migrants in Oakland are in older, low-income houses that may have lead-containing material in the home - like the color on the wall. Jung says those with younger babies should be especially careful in such life circumstances. "who eat with palms polluted with leaden powder.

They have this hand-to-mouth-eating patterns, whether it' s dirt from the window sills or shavings from the wall, that allows for greater amounts of leaden contamination." Plumbism is highly poisonous and can have serious consequences for children's minds, as well as causing cerebral injury, psychological retention and reduced IQs. She says she has examined all new fugitive babies in her office for leaden exposures and recently had a two-year-old woman exposed to them.

"It is a matter of speculation how much came from her home state or the camps where she was living in Thailand, or how much came from her home Oakland." Jung says government officials were able to I. D. the source of penny in the home of the ancestors. "We have removed many of the leads from her home in Oakland and have significantly reduced her weights."

CDC believes the level of child toxicity to be 10 microgrammes or more of leaden in the human organism. However, this past week a government consultative committee suggested that this figure be reduced to 5 micrograms[PDF] because new research (such as this study) indicates that there are medical concerns in infants with concentrations of less than 10 grams of leads.

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