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November 9, 2011 The Julian News 7 Th k gi g 2011 in Julian. Shod in Julion appy an s vin Business Spotlight: Kozy Korner Quilts I Thursday, November 24th the Secret Shopper :..,egu/ar MemuservedZai!!llmu.- RalphThis andlittle OrvaShp KnudsenWned bYis i&apos; U5 aT OND,PBBQ 'FOR A :: located inside the Wynola Farms " ,1. THE R : Marketplace. They are open   : seven days a week from 10:45 Wod,fire Smoked :: Mashed Pc y; Classic Adult ,< E TURK DELICIOUS HOMESTYLE THANKSGIVING:DAY FEAST sinai! and traditional  Cranberry Mldren 9,95 (lo and under) ONS RECOMMENDED info on our dine in feast or Specialty take please call Meriah at (760) 782;229 Located across from Lake Henshaw, 26439 Hwy 76 : .=, CA 92070 : :i;  (760)782-2729 . ldupbbq@ PRO FLAM E Serving The Community We Live In For Over 60 Years Commercial Q00 Residential Celebrating 100 of Q00 Payment Options to 5:00ish. The shop originally opened six years ago and all items are locally handmade. Orva and Ralph have made all the quilts that are for sale in the store. They range in price from $65 for a handmade lap quilt and up to $550 for a California King quilt. If you have fabric or idea in mind, they will also make you a custom quilt. Orva has no problem meeting you at a fabric shop to help pick out fabric for you. In addition to quilts, Ralph makes potato pockets and they also do custom machine embroidery on shirts and hats. Jenny Alvarado also helps out with the shop and she makes all the aprons, tea cozies, tooth fairy pillows, hot pad and kitchen hand towels. If you're in need of sewing notions, you should stop in before running down the hill. They have a decent supply of scissors, buttons, snaps, ribbons, needles, pin and much more. So stop in and check them out whether you want a quilt for your house or as a gift or need some sewing supplies they just might have what you're looking for. .,:::,.:;::: Trained UMJ COUNCIL 24 Hour Emergency Service ,8o 765-0130 Ben Sulser, District Manager fie i Is it Flu or Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (Common Cold)? from Dr. Blake Wylie, Julian Medical Clinic While the two have many similarities, there are differences which help to identify. I'm Sick The common cold, both head-cold and chest-cold, is a consortium of symptoms typically represented by two to three of the following: headache, low-grade fever, stuffiness, runny nose, sinus pressure and pain, and cough. These symptoms can be caused by over 200 different viruses - many, if not all, that have the ability to adapt and re-infect people over time. Symptoms last as long as that particular virus is "shedding," which can be anywhere from a few days to a few weeks - usually ranging from 7 - 10 days in non-smokers and a few days more for people who smoke. Treatment for common colds includes hydration, medication to decrease symptoms (most of which are available over the counter and are safe to use), time, and some good o1' TLC. I'rn REALLY SICK The flu is different from a cold, and deserves a little further discussion. Flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses (influenza A types and Influenza B types), which usually comes on suddenly. People who have the flu often feel some or all of these symptoms: fever or chills, cough, sore throat, runny nose, muscle or body aches, headache, and fatigue. The severity of these symptoms tends to be worse than a cold. Some people may have vomiting and diarrhea, though this is more common in children than adults. Most people who get influenza will recover in a few days to less than two weeks, but some people will develop complications such as pneumonia. Anyone can get the flu and serious problems from influenza can happen at any age, but somepeople are at higher risk of developing serious flu-related complications if they get sick. These include people 65 years and older, people of any age with certain chronic medical conditions (such as asthma, diabetes, or heart disease), pregnant women, and young children. People with flu can spread it to others within range, up to about 6 feet away. Most experts think that flu viruses are spread mainly by droplets made when people with the flu cough, sneeze or talk. These droplets on hands carry the virus to other people, and objects such as doorknobs, etc. Hence, frequent hand washing, coughing into one's elbow, and careful hygiene measures, help to reduce the spread of the disease. Flu severity is unpredictable and can vary widely from one season to the next depending on many things including: what flu viruses are spreading, how much flu vaccine is available, when vaccine is available, how many people get vaccinated, and how well the flu vaccine is matched to flu viruses that are causing illness. Treatment of the flu will usually include antiviral medications that can decrease symptom duration and severity. It is recommended to start antiviral therapy within 48 hours of onset of the flu; It is also important to stay well hydrated and well nourished - chicken soup is traditional. Over the counter medications can also be used to decrease symptoms. Antibiotics In general, viral illnesses are self limited and antibiotics are not needed, and overuse may lead to increased antibiotic resistance in the community. Antibiotics are useful for complications such as pneumonia, sinusitis, and certain ear infections. Reference: Center for Disease Control and Prevention 2011 N ew Pastry *: Chef Joins Dudley's Bakery Company Expands Its Pastry Offerings Both in House and Distribution Santa Ysabel - Dudley's Bakery, Inc. today announced Monique Cronin has joined their team of highly motivated and talented employees. Monique is a recent graduate of The InternatiOnal Culinary School at The Art Institute of California - San Diego, and has years of commercial baking experience. "We welcome Monique to our staff and look forward to her applying her talents on our current pastry product line and to introducing new items over the next few months", said Barry Brunye, co-owner. "Monique will also be working closely with our bread bakers to ensure they utilize current standards while keeping true to our famous recipes". Delicious, Mouth Watering At Dudley's, unique breads are the company's top selling items, but a visit to this famous bakery also means an opportunity for one of their tasty pastry treats. A plethora of pastry choices are available, baked fresh daily, and prominently displayed in their numerous pastry cabinets. You can just hear them calling your name! continued on page 12 1 H00RD CIDER )BFILA APPLE ,PPLE JUNCTION Y REAL ESTATE Magacts - Caadlcs - Wall Art - Local Music - Party Fabrics WWW.WYI rehouse Space Available 760