slmkhoo wrote:Uni is more self-study so as long as he self-regulate he will be ok.
That sounds reassuring.
There is still a lot of opportunity for students to not keep up with their work, for one reason or another! But I do find, at least for the course that my daughter is taking, that more emphasis is placed on self-study than in school (and rightly so). What is taught in lectures and even tutorials is quite rapid and the student is expected to do his reading, etc in his own time, and make appointments to see the tutor at another time if necessary. Whatever is missed in lectures and tutorials can be made up for later if the student is willing to put in the effort.
laughingcat wrote:DC1 doesn't like kopi, so we replaced it with hersey chocolate.
How do you put together the topping of the choco bun? I see the blog lists the ingredients for butter, sugar, flour (same qty each) and beaten egg. For choco topping, use cocoa powder 2 tsp dissolved in 1 tsp warm water?
The public forum informs what causes the disorders, the types of disorders, the treatments available.
There was not much on the details of preventions, though the general advice was not to strain our bowel movements and to do the Kegel exercises.
The insructions delivery of Kegel exercises are preferably done on 1-1 basis as patients encounters have shown that many first time patients were not doing Kegel exercises the right way, which is also harmful to maintaining the pelvic floor muscles.