Nurse Notes

Be devoted to one and other in love. Honor one another above yourselves.



Corono Virus Update:

Please remember to continue to use common sense measures while this virus and the Flu season continue. Wash your hands often, use hand sanitizers when you can’t wash hands, cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing, if you feel sick or show symptoms stay home and isolate yourself, Use tissues to blow nose and place in a bag and then put that bag in the general garbage. Drink plenty of fluids and eat healthy. Just using these common sense measures can help prevent the spread of germs. One thing not to do is believe everything you hear. With the internet and social media so available today a lot of false rumors are appearing. For example, Garlic is a healthy food with some antimicrobial properties, but it will not prevent the virus. Getting the Flu or Pneumonia shot will not prevent getting the virus and yet these have been on social media this week.  Just use common sense and don’t believe everything you read or hear. Two good sources to check for actual facts and information are the CDC and WHO websites.

Cherries are an excellent and great tasting healthy snack

Both Bing and Tart cherries are excellent sources of rich antioxidants. Bing Cherries have been shown to help with heart disease, some types of cancer, bone health and pain relief while Tart cherries are especially helpful with getting a good night’s sleep.

Increased Protein consumption can lower your blood pressure by 20 percent according to a recent study

Good sources of Protein include Oatmeal, Popcorn, Whole Grain Breads, and whole Bran cereals.

Here is an easy all natural cure for Dandruff if you want to avoid heavy chemical shampoo treatments

Dried Thyme can be the answer. Boil one cup of water and add three tablespoons of dried thyme to the boiling water let simmer for 10 minutes and then cool down. Wash hair with regular shampoo while hair is still damp, gently massage Thyme water into scalp but do not rinse.

Did you know?

During a sneeze, all bodily functions momentarily stop, including your heart

1/3 of all Cancer can be prevented

Smokers lose 1/3 of their everyday memory

Stress causes or complicates 90 percent of all diseases and can stunt your growth

How to cut down of Junk Food

Eat Junk food when you are almost full never on an empty stomach and chew it slowly to enjoy the flavors, this will help you to consume less of food that is not the best for you and speaking of Junk food, here is a reason to skip the dip. A recent survey found that 42 percent of the people admitted to double dipping at parties and 28 percent admitted to touching food and putting it back.