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FLU SEASON IS HERE! (This includes "seasonal flu" and "swine flu")

Symptoms: Fatigue, headache, sore throat, stuffy nose, cough, and sometimes nausea or vomiting. FEVER >100.4 and severe BODY ACHES can indicate "flu)


CALL YOUR PRIMARY PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY. You might be a candidate for one of the new anti-viral agents that will make your illness lighter and shorter.

DO NOT GO TO WORK WITH THE FLU. Plan to be at home on bedrest for four or five days.

FOR FEVER AND BODY ACHES: Alternate Acetaminophen (Tylenol) with Ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) every 3-4 hours. Take dosages as on the label.

FOR HEAD CONGESTION: Take over-the-counter antihistamine/decongestant as needed. (DO NOT TAKE MEDICATION CONTAINING EXTRA ACETAMINOPHEN- it will be an excessive amount if you are controlling your fever with Tylenol.

FOR COUGH: Take Robitussin DM (or store brand equivalent), two teaspoons every four-six hours as needed. Or, take guafenesin with dextromethorphan in tablet form-Mucinex DM or other according to label directions.

FOR NAUSEA/VOMITING: Clear liquids. If it persists for more than 12 hours, phone the office for RX for suppositories.

FOR DIARRHEA: Take Pepto Bismol or Kaopectate according to label directions.

DRINK 6-8 OZ. CLEAR LIQUIDS EVERY HOUR: Gatorade, 7-up, tea, etc. Eat lightly-high carbohydrate, bland foods.

If you have a fever greater than 100.6 for more than five days, call your primary physician.

If you experience shortness of breath, rapid respirations<30-32/min., or wheezing, go to the nearest ER.

YOU WILL BE VERY ILL WITH THE FLU! Treat yourself kindly, send someone to the video store or the library, and stay in bed.

Remember that, There is no better medicine than prayer and no greater feeling than God's answered PRAYER!

Drop that zero and get yourself a hero

This is a continuation of the blog, drop that zero and get yourself

a hero. Ladies, please don't stay in a relationship that is abusive.

Domestic violence can be defined as a pattern of abusive behavior

in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain

power and control over another intimate partner.

Domestic violence can be physical, sexual, emotional, economic,

or psychological action or threats of action that influence another

person. This includes any behavior that intimidates, manipulates,

or humiliates. isolates frighten, terrorizes, coerces, threatens, blames,

hurts, injures, or wounds someone.

Statistics show that one in four women have experienced domestic

violence in her life time.

Women accounted for 85% of the victims of intimate partner

violence, men accounted for approximately 15%.

Women ages 20-24 years of age are at the greatest risk of non-

fatal intimate partner violence.

Separated and divorced males and females are at a greater risk of

nonfatal intimate partner violence.

Women of all races are about equally vulnerable to violence by an

intimate partner.

What are the warning signs of domestic abuse?

1. Extreme jealousy or insecurity.

2. Constant put-downs.

3. Possessiveness or treating you like property.

4. Telling you what to do.

5. Constantly checking in on you.

6. Explosive temper

7. Making false accusations

8. Preventing you from doing things you want to do.

Domestic violence isn't just an argument every once in a while.

Domestic violence describes an ongoing pattern of abusive behavior

when one person chooses to control the relationship through force, fear, pressure, or intimidation.

Domestic violence can affect anyone. It is important to understand

that people commit domestic violence because they choose to, not

because they can't stop themselves. Abusing someone is a choice.

We have to love ourselves and not stay in an abusive relationship.

Do yourself a favor and get out now. The domestic violence hotline is

1-800 621 hotline

Erma Dyer

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