Agitate the water gently, until the light tells you it’s done. UV purifiers don’t work in murky water, so if that’s the only water you have, you’ll have to pre-filter it until it’s not cloudy. You also need to make sure you don’t drop an UV device.
The health department is located at 850 N. 6thSt. The cost for vaccinations for children 18 and under is per person. You can contact the health department at 325-676-6203 or 325-692-5600.
Swine Flu in humans is characterized by fever, sore throat, cough, body aches, headaches, chills and fatigue. The illness may last up to seven days but people are considered to be contagious as long as symptoms persist. If you or your child is showing mild flu-like symptoms, monitor and contact your health care provider.
Last year in 2006, the first West Nile-positive mosquito was reported in DuPage County on the 24th of May. The first human case was not reported until August 1st in St. Clair County.
Choices. When prices drop, as they have lately in many cities in North America, it’s a great time to buy. Statistics show that real estate will always increase in value. Do you know of any houses that are worth less than they were twenty or thirty years ago? What goes down will always come up. Real estate prices always go up and down, but they almost always go up higher than the time before. You don’t have to buy when prices are high, but you can buy what you can afford if you don’t want to wait for another slow down in real estate.
Plan ahead: Don’t let your mind remain idle. Develop interests that don’t involve alcohol like a new hobby or sports. Avoid people, places, and occasions that will obviously serve alcohol and may trigger your drinking. Learn to say “no, thanks” when you’re offered an alcoholic drink. And should the inevitable happen, always have an intervention plan on what you will do if you have an urge to drink.
A head lice epidemic is likely to spread through an elementary school classroom quickly in cooler weather when students wear hats and scarves. Coats and layered shirts can be the culprit as well. The reason for this is that students sometimes share these items. Your child’s teacher can offset the spread by making sure that these items never touch each other, and that coats are not piled up together where live lice can jump from one garment to another.