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Empowering Teens As Health Advocates

To launch 2018 Teen Health Week, a global initiative focused on helping teens take charge of their health, the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) has developed activities that recognize the importance of immunization and encourage parents to empower their children to become the next generation of health advocates. 724 more words


Long sleep, wake up; Slug barks at Baby

Slept 4am, pills, forgot earplugs, video. Woken 9.05am by about 7 loud thumps below my bed. Reslept gradually, and woken again over 1 hour. Reslept again, woken by my alarm 12.50md. 114 more words

A Funeral, Family and Flu

The Funeral

My uncle passed away. He was a funny (French)man. He liked to make things, to take things apart and build them back together again. 579 more words



This is me….sick of being sick….flipping off this cold.

Baking and more relaxing

The afternoon was filled with lots of fun moments. When I made lunch they helped me out:

My baby boy loves tomatoes and he ate a big one just like an apple 🤣. 48 more words

Love And Relationship

Flu- Not Quite Gone Yet (Hang In There)...

It’s getting better, bit by bit. But better is relative. With the huge wave of flu that hit the USA this year, the decrease in numbers leaves us still well above the epidemic thresholds for deaths attributed to pneumonia and influenza, and with 9 more children dying this past week. 186 more words

The Medicine Chest