THE NEW FORTY Vanity as a driver of safety?
I was a pitiful sight to behold this morning when I took Cheyenne to school. No makeup, wet hair clipped up haphazardly, a pasty semi-green complexion and an outfit that looked like the room was dark ... Posted on 9/22/11 at 4:45 PM
PEACE GARDEN MAMA II lent 2010: the sickos
“It’s kind of green, it’s kind of yellow, it has a rainbow in it, and a circle inside that you look out of. So, can you get it Mom? Can you?!” - Nick, 4... Posted on 3/7/10 at 4:09 PM
Dr. Aaron Jost, a Sanford Health pediatrician, says he talks with moms every day about whether it’s better to stay home with their children when they’re young to avoid picking up a plethora of illnesses at day care or to expose them to sickness early on to hopefully build up their immune systems before they reach school age.
A Mayo Clinic researcher is testing the theory that controlling indoor humidity levels can help control the influenza virus in transmission hotspots like schools, hospitals, daycare centers and churches.
For millions of Americans the rule is simple: If you don’t come to work, you don’t get paid. That idea drives an untold numbers of carpenters, day care workers, servers, shopkeepers and small-business owners to their jobs each day. Sniffles or not.
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