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goodnatured



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Posted on Sun Nov 04, 2007 1:51 am  

My hubby was having a hard time breathing, congestion was kicking his rear. I bought him a Neti Pot, if you guys have not heard of it, google it, it is wonderful. Cleans out your whole nasal cavity, so if some of your symptoms are sinus, this works. It is only about $12.50 and you get 50 treatment packets with it, it is a bargain that works. You can get it at any drug store or other store that carries this type of item.
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Posted on Mon Nov 05, 2007 1:34 am  

I keep a set of blocks at work for the smaller children to play with when they come in with their parents, I use a disinfectant spray on them. I would keep an eye on the toys that your children are picking up in a community atmosphere, like doctors offices and other places that have toys out for children to play with. Something so innocent can pass a germ or infection quickly. Small children have a habit of putting things in their mouth or putting their fingers in their mouths after touching things. I would hesitate to let my daughter play with things in these settings, if you have to carry a small toys or book with you for these situations, that way you child is playing with something that you know is clean.
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Posted on Mon Nov 05, 2007 3:53 am  

Yes we can list the ideas here.

* Try to confine yourself to home during the flu attack and do not move out unless you are not completely cured. Going to office might get a dozen people into the same list.
* Keep yourself clean and wash yourself with antiseptic soap. Keep your hands clean because that is what comes into contact with other parts of your body.
* Avoid junk and street food. Try sticking to home made food.
* Try to maintain a safe distance from people already experiencing the flu
* Take the flu shot...that will help Smile
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Posted on Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:31 am  

Laura,
You make an excellent point about staying home from the office, I think that often when people come to work sick. We deal daily with the public and have public computers, so the potential to get sick is really high. Thanks for the great post.
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Posted on Sat Nov 17, 2007 1:07 pm  

I have to get a flu shot every year now, my heart would be in terrible trouble if I got sick. I have to be very cautious, I can't afford it healthwise or money wise to get sick.
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Posted on Sat Nov 17, 2007 11:45 pm  

Hopefully ya'll will stay healthy, this winter. I work with the Elderly.....sometimes it can be difficult ariund the Winter time ( they have colds, etc) trying to take care of them. But.I'm gald I have the opportunity to. I wash my hands ALL the time, dealing with as much stuff as I deal with.
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Posted on Mon Nov 19, 2007 5:46 pm  

Do you work in a facility or in their homes. I know the facilities are really tough on the hand washing because a common cold can be much more devastating to an elderly person. I hope you stay well this winter, keep the vitamin C close by and make sure you get your daily dose, that is a good prevention method. goodluck.
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Posted on Tue Nov 20, 2007 5:24 am  

Hi All, winters can be really harmful specially with the flu on. Just take enough precaution because prevention is better than cure. Drink a lot of water to keep toxins out and stick to home made stuff. Dont even look at the ones in open air...guys pollution is really high.

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