A traditional custom or ritual of the Dine people performed by medicine men/women to regain harmony and balance to restore the person's physical, emotional, and spiritual strength.
(the people, their ceremony)
The acquisition of Navajo as the child's first language.
(people, their language)
(children, very first, language, learned)
Disregard, or ignore what should or needs to be done.
(children, not, aware of their needs)
(children, not, cared for)
A group of people working together for a common goal.
(one to the other, with one another, working)
(to another, referring him/her there, working)
Defects such as an incorrect or severely under developed brain and/or spinal cord resulting in spina bidfida or anencephaly. Babies with spina bidfida have muscle weakness, paralysis, or loss of sensation in the legs and may develop fluid in the brain (hydrocephalus). Babies born with anencephaly have severely underdeveloped brain and skull.
(baby, his/her artery/vein, and, his/her brain, where it extends out, not fully developed, at birth)
Health/medical services provided by a nurse to prevent health problems, restore/improve functioning, promote optimal health and development through administration of medication, treatments, and/or regiment prescribed by licensed physicians.
(nurse medicine, when carrying it on an open container, with it, space/area/service)
Provides assessment, development, and monitoring of appropriate dietary needs, to address individual needs based upon nutritional history, dietary intake, feeding skills/problems, and food habits/preference.
(food, good/nutritional ones, with it, services)
A specialist trained and certified to provide nutritional advice, education, and training on the importance of healthy diets, proper food intake, and body nourishment.
(food, good/nutritional ones, one who prepares)
(food, good/nutritional ones, the usage of it, expert/knows