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According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 22 million school days are lost each year due to the common cold and flu. That may be why parents worry as much about their children bringing home germs as they do bad grades. According to a study conducted by Kelton Research for Seventh Generation, 82 percent of K-5 parents fret about germs in their children's classrooms. happen.F°rtunately' that may not have to,t "Minimizing the number of .._. disease-causing germs that your children are exp°sed t° is easier CA /" a# you says D l --,/-" than might think," Dr• |_ t Alan Greene, best-selling author OIO and pediatrician. "The key to success is knowing where the germs reside in the classroom A// A ) 0iX . 7 and at home, and what to use to ,a - ttt manage them." - Dr. Greene recommends using open daily from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM disinfectants that kill germs naturally to clean high-traffic S 3ar8 a d 0 Owner operated by the Cioffi family for over areas such as desks, doorknobs 30 years, we offer short term respite stays, and remote controls. day care program, assisted living, dementia Because the average child ,.dlll;il OOllr Oar0&otlrttwli and hospice care in an open and airy country contracts 6•5 colds a year, Dr. Jl dla t Ddff0¢ [ setting. Greene suggests taking the 2.0 & 2.7 2.ozi 1ToI I following precautions to keep ¢ Furnished Semi-Private rates from $2,850.00 your children away from germs: i tbal kN per month. Private rooms from $3,550.00 optimize the immune system • Reap the benefits of probiotics Sept l'lhT 0 2.010 973 Arnold Way, Alpine, Ca. 91901 such as those found in yogurt. A Phone 619-445-5291 Fax 619-445-5844 recent study showed that children Visit us at who had enough probiotics pa /¢ & t ri[ tO:. State license number 374-600-694 daily throughout the cold and at PC Bo0¢ 775 Jldial CA 9 .O'56 flu season had a signifcant reduction in the number of il illnesses they contracted. C .. ie 7 760 Hig oad Homeopath9 .Be sure your child is getting plenty of vitamin D from the sun, [ C.r/sti Lewis, CHum. from food or from a supplement• • Build a strong foundation• ¢ Homeopathic consultations ¢ Nutritional counseling Good food, good sleep and i * Children's holistlc hee~'th ~ Herbs and supplementsgood physical activity all help the immune systemflourish. All Thor Wos Old Is New I'l~:~ I'[ollow Glen I~d., Jul~ 76o-s77-qq q Reduce unnecessary i OpenMon, aMWcd, yam-,pm ...... exposure to harmful germs Discoveries At The Note Horrison Od era, bgappo n n • Teach children the key Homesteod times to clean their hands in Nate Harrison is a legendary the classroom, including after pioneer in San Diego County s sneezing, coughing or using the history, homesteading his companies want to hire U.S. restroom, upon leaving "high- workers, risk" places (recess, naptime, Palomar Mountain property in "Premium brands need :: play stations)and beforeeating• 1893. Over the years numerous stories were told about Harrison iT premium customer service" said • Stress the importance of and dozens of photographs taken (NAPSA)-Fortune 500 Jared Fletcher of Arise Vwtual not touching the eyes, nose or until his death in 1920. companies are looking for 5,000 Solutions. "Customer loyalty is ii i mouth. Anthropologist, Kristin at-home workers-for both full- critical, so they're turning to the • Demonstrate to your children Tennesen, conducted research timeand part'timeopportunities, homeshore for better service.' how to cover their mouths and at Nate Harrson's homestead • . Some of these positions are "Homeshoring" is like noses for every cough and under the d=rectlon of Dr. Seth in customer service, and outsourcing, but instead of sneeze. Mallios of San Diego State hiring overseas, companies tap ° Sixty percent of teachersUniversity. Kristin's focus is u.s. workers in their homes, surveyed request that parents aimed atansweringthequestions tl Illjl commutes consist of turningdonate disinfecting wipes to "What is industry?" and "How can &l"J ff All I on the computer, logging on to the classroom. The ones from Vf ! secure networks and answering Seventh Generation, considered it be defined?" in reference to this Kristen Tennesen JULIAN/'3 RTS" GUILD questions via phone, e-mail and the world's most trusted brand small-scale, individual site. This of authentic and environmentally was done by analyzing the possible industrious activities practiced J : [| chat• t Arisebeganhomeshoringin responsibleproductsforahealthy byNateHarrison. 1997• Today, 200,000 peop eL 'bOr SI'I.O'V i home, can kill 99•99 percent of Kristin Tennesen has prepared a presentation showing the results ".A]] Ili work on the homeshore. Earning germs naturally with the active of artifact assemblage collected over five years of excavation and Set, teTher :3.4. 5. & 6 11= $8to$20 perhour, theychoose ingredient thymol, derived from soil chemistry analysis. She also analyzed historical documents and II II * their own hours, often working the herb thyme, photographs. Learn More Wednesday, August 25th, at 7:00 p.m., please come to the Julian IIII .. -J "" 2" .C'2"L .... ;-7.""'-" II around kids' schedules. Monday 10 uu a co p m IIIt .oo p=m 11 To learn more visit http://arise. For more germ-fighting tips Historical Society for Kristin's most interesting story of research and II[[ Reception Friday evening 5;-8 1[ com/homeshore, during school days, visit www. discovery. You are welcome to ask questions; informal discussion IIIt Upstairs - Julian Town Hall l[ is encouraged. Refreshments will be served. The Julian Historical ............... ['otte:ry " 1 ]uhan. Hzstonca!"" Society is IDeated at 2133 4th Street. We I o ok forward to seeing you. II Stained Pbotogl phy I Society II And so nuch n ore I __ tl v., Meets on 1he Vulcan Mountain Folk Meets on 1"he Art Festival IFourth Wednesday MENGHINI WINERY - Selote,nber 2,5 & 26 OfTheMonth I at the Old Witch Noven, ber 2o z, I Creek School Julian - an artists' community I .. .., www'julianartsguild'°rg I twuse az / :uupm ~~'~-~ [ 2133 4th Street