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Millicent Levy-McCarthy May 23, 2014 at 08:07 am
My spring allergies are strangely much better down South than in PA. Zyrtec works great for me whenRead More I actually need it. The itchy throat is the worst!
Carol S. Kohn May 23, 2014 at 12:07 pm
I happen to have allergies all year long and it's a real bummer to have this happening to me too asRead More one of my worst ones is everyday common housedust. Just started to use (as of today) something known as Xler which can be purchased at any Vitamin Shoppe location for $13.49 (before any discount using their discount card); it's been worth it as my sneezing is 100% gone and I'm breahting freely thru my nose once more. The person who suggested that I try it is a family member who lives elsewhere to try it as she uses it too for her own allergy problems
Lanya Marchetti May 23, 2014 at 11:31 pm
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Kelly Tetu Thomas May 20, 2014 at 11:01 pm
We held a MORP....the opposite of a prom, for the 9th and 10th grade. Students could wear theirRead More pajamas, eat junk food, and enjoyed the "cheetos bar". Lots of dancing and fun...and the students felt special. Lots of advertising to pump this up.
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Igor May 7, 2014 at 08:27 pm
Sure it does. It show that the phone is a distraction for all ages. Habits get instilled at an earlyRead More age and just progressively get worst. Children get a lot of habits and values from mimicking adults. If adults give the impression that these actions are acceptable then children will also. The younger the child the easier it is to influence them, For example it's easier to influence a 10 year old than it is a 15 year old. So Joe my reasoning.
Igor May 7, 2014 at 08:29 pm
ure it does. It show that the phone is a distraction for all ages. Habits get instilled at an earlyRead More age and just progressively get worst. Children get a lot of habits and values from mimicking adults. If adults give the impression that these actions are acceptable then children will also. The younger the child the easier it is to influence them, For example it's easier to influence a 10 year old than it is a 15 year old. So Joe that's my reasoning. BTW Joe when is the last time you read on here where anyone stays on subject? That's the whole purpose of a blog is to get people to think.
riverdog kayak June 26, 2014 at 09:05 am
The older the better! A bigger problem is the radiation effect these phones have on kids. TheRead More younger you are the more the brain is effected. Go to pongcase.com for safe cases that disperse the effects. Get salt lamps at walmart for $16.99 for all the emf (electro magnetic field) disturbances from tv, computers, laptops, smartphones, microwaves. One for ea. room. There are plants that help too so google them. It's better for kids to text than talk too but get the case because there hand will eventually be effected! Be aware and do research; knowledge is power and in this day and age it is imperative in order to keep our immune systems up so that we stay healthy.
Sheila April 3, 2014 at 07:50 am
I'm not sure how many people are affected world-wide, but the figure for the US population is aboutRead More 10%, with the majority being adults. Most adults of northern European ancestry don't have lactose intolerance, while those of Native American, Asian, African American and some Hispanic background do since their ancestors didn't rely on milk from herd animals as a dietary staple. Lactose intolerance is not an allergy (my nephew has a true milk allergy, to the protein casein, that is life-threatening). It is simply an inability (to varying extent from one individual to the next) to digest lactose due to the lack of the enzyme lactase. No need for special recipes - just have the kid use the almond milk on his cereal, or substitute in any recipe.
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Paul Bahre April 3, 2014 at 08:40 am
I notice that many supermarkets mark down meats that are about to expire. You buys those and bringRead More them home and freeze them. Now when you freeze your meats it's a good idea to use a good freezer wrap / saran warp and get a good air tight wrapping on the meat. Meat that is just thrown in a package with lots of air become freezer burnt quicker than meat that is air tight. I use saran wrap but you can use that new fangled air seal product if you like spending money. Also you should date all your items after wrapping. I don't usually bother as I can pick up a piece of meet and figure out the cut and if it's good or not just by looking at it. But if you are doing this for like a group home the labeling of the package is required by law.