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A Two for One -- 11/17/2011

Kids are so funny. I once told my now grown son that I was going to an open house at his preschool.  A few years later in first grade, when he was more a man of the world, he laughed while telling me, “When I was in preschool I thought an open house meant they opened all the doors and windows at school, and I could never figure out why the parents would go to see that.”  Two people thinking different things about the same words.  And then there are words that have two different meanings, like the chemist who told a waitress, “I think I’ll just have some H2O.  His companion followed suit with, “I think I’ll have some H2O too”.  Of course the friend died after drinking his because H2O2 is actually hydrogen peroxide! You see, one statement can mean two things.  Here’s another one for you…

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The Most Natural Way to Fight the Flu -- 11/11/2011

Yesterday I was sitting in a group along with a little five year old boy who looked rimmed eyes and a persistent cough.  I encouraged him to drink lots of water because at the moment that was all I could do. I found myself later that night with a group of college aged kids and one of the boys and a very similar, miserable sounding cough that just wouldn’t quit.  This time I was in my own house so I made him a hot cup of camomile tea sweetened with a big spoon of unpasteurized honey.  While so many signs of the season are beautiful, like rainbow colored trees and decorated stores, this winter change of headaches, runny noses and painful coughing is much less welcome.  There are as many home and professional remedies for colds and flu as the day is long, but what is the most natural way to fight the common cold or flu?

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