Changeset 13171 in main


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Timestamp:
02/21/17 07:41:46 (5 years ago)
Author:
Paul Leo
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Modifications as per Deyonne

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  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/html_content/environment/water/private_wells/TestFairs.xml

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    101101                free Bernalillo County domestic well monitoring program and become aware of the water level in your well.
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  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/html_content/health/breathing/Allergy.xml

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    5         <TITLE>Allergies</TITLE>
     5        <TITLE>Seasonal Allergies</TITLE>
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    9                         <TITLE>Description</TITLE>
     9                        <TITLE>Learn About Seasonal Allergies</TITLE>
    1010                        <CONTENT>
    11                                 Sneezing, itchy eyes and nose and/or throat congestion are the key signs of seasonal allergies, which often come on suddenly and last a few weeks to a few months. The cause: usually<!--<span class="plugin_link">
    12                                 <a href="pollen.html" target="_blank">-->pollen.<!--</a>
    13                                         </span>--> For this type of allergy, also called hay fever and allergic rhinitis, the symptoms happen when <!--<span class="plugin_link">
    14                                 <a href="pollen/juniper.html"> -->juniper,<!--</a>
    15                                         </span>-->trees, grasses, weeds, and mold release pollen in the air to fertilize plants. This is why most people with seasonal allergies notice symptoms in spring and autumn.
    16                                 When these symptoms occur depends on what type of pollen a person is allergic to (and a person can be allergic to more than one kind of pollen), and when that pollen is released, hence the name seasonal allergies.
    17                                 When a person is allergic to pollen, the body treats these tiny particles as invaders. Histamine and other chemicals are released into the bloodstream to react to the pollen and this is when the allergy symptoms
    18                                 show up.
     11                        <br/>
     12                                <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/AllergyIntro.jpg" style="width: 92%;" title="Seasonal Allergies"/>
     13                                        <br style="clear: both"/><br/>
     14                                Sneezing, itchy eyes and nose and/or throat congestion are the key signs of seasonal
     15                                allergies, which often come on suddenly and last a few weeks to a few months. The trigger
     16                                is commonly pollen. For this type of allergy, also called hay fever and allergic rhinitis,
     17                                the symptoms happen when trees, grasses, and weeds release pollen in the air during fertilization.
     18                                <br/><br/>
     19                                The severity of allergy symptoms depends on:
     20                                <ul class="Indent">
     21                                        <li>what type of pollen a person is allergic to (a person can be allergic to more than one kind of pollen);</li>
     22                                        <li>when that pollen is released;</li>
     23                                        <li>how much pollen is in the air, and;</li>
     24                                        <li>how much contact the person has with that pollen.</li>
     25                                </ul>
    1926                                <h3>Allergy Season: Signs and Symptoms</h3>
    20                                 Seasonal allergies typically show up in the spring, autumn, and during windy weather but can happen throughout the year depending on the release of pollen. The typical symptoms of seasonal allergies include:
    21                                 <ul>
     27                                Seasonal allergies typically show up in the spring, autumn, and during windy weather
     28                                but can happen throughout the year depending on the release of pollen. The typical
     29                                symptoms of seasonal allergies include:
     30                                <ul class="Indent">
    2231                                        <li>sneezing</li>
    2332                                        <li>itchy nose and/or throat</li>
     
    2736                                        <li>itchy, watery, and/or red eyes.</li>
    2837                                </ul>
    29                                 Talk to your doctor if you think you or your child might have allergies. Your doctor will ask you about symptoms and when these symptoms show up. Based on that your doctor may recommend how you should plan
    30                                 for the upcoming season, recommend over-the counter medications to offer relief or refer you to an allergy specialist.
     38                                <br/>
     39                                Talk to your doctor if you think you or your child might have allergies. Your doctor
     40                                will ask you about symptoms and when these symptoms show up. Based on that your doctor
     41                                may recommend how you should plan for the upcoming season, recommend over-the counter
     42                                medications such as antihistamines, to offer relief or refer you to an allergy specialist.
    3143                        </CONTENT>
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    37                         <TITLE>Learn About Allergies</TITLE>
     46                        <TITLE>Seasonal Allergy Health Tips</TITLE>
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    6149                                        <TITLE>Health Tips</TITLE>
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    63                                                 Reducing exposure to allergens such as pollen is the best way to lighten the symptoms for a person with seasonal allergies looking for relief. Tips include:
    64                                                 <h4>Wash the pollen away and keep it away everyday.</h4>
    65                                                         <ul>
    66                                                                 <li>Keep windows closed to reduce how much pollen enters into your home, car or work place.</li>
    67                                                                 <li>Take off your shoes when you go inside. This will cut down on bringing in pollen and dust into your house.</li>
    68                                                                 <li>Wash your hands and rinse your face often. Pollen settles easily onto the skin and your hands and face most are often are exposed.</li>
    69                                                                 <li>Take a shower after being outside during pollination seasons.</li>
    70                                                                 <li>Bathe before going to bed and wash your hair because pollen can easily settle on skin and be trapped in hair. </li>
    71                                                                 <li>Frequently bathe pets that go in and out of the house because pets can carry pollen in their fur and hair.</li>
    72                                                         </ul>
    73                                                 <h4>Plan your day.</h4>
    74                                                         <ul>
    75                                                                 <li>Check the daily <!--<span class="plugin_link"><a href="pollen.html">-->pollen <!--</a></span>-->counts.</li>
    76                                                                 <li>If possible, stay indoors when pollen counts are high.</li>
    77                                                                 <li>Plan outdoor activities for days when pollen counts are lower or when for seasons when pollination does not occur for the trees, grasses
    78                                                                         or weeds that tend to cause your symptoms. </li>
    79                                                                 <li>Avoid doing yard work such a mowing lawns and trimming trees during allergy season (pollination).</li>
    80                                                         </ul>
    81                                                 <h4>Clean your home, car, and office/workplace.</h4>
    82                                                         <ul>
    83                                                                 <li>Dust frequently with a damp cloth and use vacuum machine with a HEPA filter. In addition to vacuum cleaning your floors, you should also
    84                                                                         clean upholstered furniture such as couches, chairs and car seats. </li>
    85                                                                 <li>Spring clean in the spring, summer and autumn. Wash the walls, countertops, desks and other surfaces surfaces regularly with soap and water.</li>
    86                                                                 <li>Wash your bedding. While it is common to wash and change bed sheets weekly, if you have seasonal allergies you should also wash all your
    87                                                                         bedding such as blankets, comforters, and bedspreads. </li>
    88                                                                 <li>Wash household items made of fabric such as table linens (tablecloths, napkins, placemats), throw rugs, and curtains. </li>
    89                                                                 <li>Use mattress and pillow covers.</li>
    90                                                                 <li>With so many sunny days in New Mexico it may be tempting to dry your clothes, towels and bed sheets on an outdoor clothesline. Avoid doing this
    91                                                                         during pollination season of the trees, grasses or weeds.</li>
    92                                                                 <li>How long is your commute to work or school? You may not realize how much time you spend in your car. It is important to vacuum clean your car
    93                                                                         or truck frequently and wipe all surfaces with a damp cloth. </li>
    94                                                                 <li>Periodically replace the filters in your heating (furnace) and cooling systems (air conditioner or swamp cooler).</li>
    95                                                                 <li>Give your pets a bath.</li>
    96                                                                 <li>Often wash clothes that you wear everyday such a windbreakers, light jackets, sweatshirts and sweaters.</li>
    97                                                         </ul>
    98                                                 <h4>Think about your yard.</h4>
    99                                                         <ul>
    100                                                                 <li>Do you have wind-pollinating trees or shrubs right outside your bedroom window?</li>
    101                                                                 <li>How close to your entryway is grass growing? </li>
    102                                                         </ul>
    103                                                 If you have an allergy sufferer in your household choose landscape options carefully and keep pollination patterns in mind as you plan your yard and garden.
    104                                                 For example, plant flowering plants that are pollinated by insects rather than by the wind. In New Mexico cacti and succulents are an option for people with
    105                                                 seasonal allergies because these plants are drought-resistant and low pollen producers. Keep in mind that most trees pollinate with the wind and that male
    106                                                 trees or shrubs produce more pollen than the female ones.
    107                                                
    108                                                 <h4>What else can you do?</h4>
    109                                                 Since New Mexico has many mild days of nice weather and great landscapes to explore, staying inside all the time may not be realistic for many. If this is the
    110                                                 case for you; talk to your doctor about which medicines (sold over-the counter or prescription), such as nasal sprays would work for you. Your doctor may refer
    111                                                 you to an allergist to help you determine which treatment options would best for you. Understanding when the high season is for the pollen you are allergic to
    112                                                 is helpful so you may plan your start date for treatments.
    113                                                
     51                                                Reducing exposure to allergens such as pollen is the best way to lighten the
     52                                                symptoms for a person with seasonal allergies looking for relief. Tips include:
     53                                                <br/><br/>
     54                                                <span class="Italicize">Wash the pollen away and keep it away every day.</span>
     55                                                <ul class="Indent">
     56                                                        <li>Keep windows closed to reduce how much pollen goes into your home, car or work place.</li>
     57                                                        <li>Take off your shoes when you go inside. This will cut down on bringing in pollen and dust into your house.</li>
     58                                                        <li>Wash your hands and rinse your face often. Pollen settles easily onto the skin and your hands and face most are often are exposed.</li>
     59                                                        <li>Take a shower after being outside during pollination seasons.</li>
     60                                                        <li>Bathe before going to bed and wash your hair because pollen can easily settle on skin and be trapped in hair. </li>
     61                                                        <li>Frequently bathe pets that go in and out of the house because pets can carry pollen in their fur and hair.</li>
     62                                                </ul>
     63                                                <br/>
     64                                                <span class="Italicize">Plan your day.</span>
     65                                                <ul class="Indent">
     66                                                        <li>Check the daily pollen counts.</li>
     67                                                        <li>If possible, stay indoors when pollen counts are high.</li>
     68                                                        <li>
     69                                                                Plan outdoor activities for days when pollen counts are lower or when
     70                                                                pollination does not occur for the trees, grasses or weeds that tend to
     71                                                                cause your symptoms.
     72                                                        </li>
     73                                                        <li>Avoid doing yard work such as mowing lawns and trimming trees during allergy season (pollination).</li>
     74                                                </ul>
     75                                                <br/>
     76                                                <span class="Italicize">Clean your home, car, and office/workplace.</span>
     77                                                <ul class="Indent">
     78                                                        <li>
     79                                                                Dust frequently with a damp cloth and use vacuum machine with a HEPA filter.
     80                                                                In addition to vacuum cleaning your floors, you should also clean upholstered
     81                                                                furniture such as couches, chairs and car seats.
     82                                                        </li>
     83                                                        <li>
     84                                                                Spring clean in the spring, summer and autumn. Wash the walls, countertops,
     85                                                                desks and other surfaces regularly with soap and water.
     86                                                        </li>
     87                                                        <li>
     88                                                                Wash your bedding. While it is common to wash and change bed sheets weekly,
     89                                                                if you have seasonal allergies you should also wash all your bedding such as
     90                                                                blankets, comforters, and bedspreads.
     91                                                        </li>
     92                                                        <li>
     93                                                                Wash household items made of fabric such as table linens (tablecloths,
     94                                                                napkins, placemats), throw rugs, and curtains.
     95                                                        </li>
     96                                                        <li>Use mattress and pillow covers.</li>
     97                                                        <li>
     98                                                                With so many sunny days in New Mexico it may be tempting to dry your
     99                                                                clothes, towels and bed sheets on an outdoor clothesline. Avoid doing this
     100                                                                during pollination season of the trees, grasses or weeds.
     101                                                        </li>
     102                                                        <li>
     103                                                                How long is your commute to work or school? You may not realize how much
     104                                                                time you spend in your car. It is important to vacuum clean your car
     105                                                                or truck frequently and wipe all surfaces with a damp cloth.
     106                                                        </li>
     107                                                        <li>
     108                                                                Periodically replace the filters in your heating (furnace) and cooling
     109                                                                systems (air conditioner or swamp cooler).
     110                                                        </li>
     111                                                        <li>Give your pets a bath and wash pet bedding and toys.</li>
     112                                                        <li>
     113                                                                Often wash clothes that you wear everyday such a windbreakers, light jackets,
     114                                                                sweatshirts and sweaters.
     115                                                        </li>
     116                                                </ul>
     117                                                <br/>
     118                                                <span class="Italicize">Think about your yard.</span>
     119                                                <ul class="Indent">
     120                                                        <li>Do you have wind-pollinating trees or shrubs right outside your bedroom window?</li>
     121                                                        <li>How close to your entryway is grass growing?</li>
     122                                                </ul>
     123                                                <br/>
     124                                                If you have an allergy sufferer in your household, choose landscape options
     125                                                carefully and keep pollination patterns in mind as you plan your yard and garden.
     126                                                For example, plant flowering plants that are pollinated by insects rather than by
     127                                                the wind. In New Mexico cacti and succulents are an option for people with
     128                                                seasonal allergies because these plants are drought-resistant and low pollen producers.
     129                                                Keep in mind that most trees pollinate with the wind and that male trees or shrubs
     130                                                produce more pollen than the female ones.
     131                                                <ul class="Indent">
     132                                                        <li>Check your local ordinances to learn which plants are not allowed in landscaping where you live.</li>
     133                                                </ul>
     134                                                <br/>
     135                                                <span class="Italicize">What else can you do?</span>
     136                                                <br/>
     137                                                Since New Mexico has many mild days of nice weather and great landscapes to explore,
     138                                                staying inside all the time may not be realistic for many. If this is the case for you;
     139                                                talk to your doctor about which medicines (sold over-the counter or prescription), such
     140                                                as nasal sprays would work for you. Your doctor may refer you to an allergist to help you
     141                                                determine which treatment options would best for you. Understanding when the high season
     142                                                is for the pollen you are allergic to is helpful so you may plan your start date for treatments.
     143                                                <br/>
    114144                                                <h3>Exposure: Find relief by planning ahead</h3>
    115                                                 The allergies a person suffers will vary from person to a person. Sometimes it depends on what pollen a person is allergic to, how much of that pollen is in the
    116                                                 air and how much a person breathes in. Understanding the typical release time of pollen from local vegetation can help a person plan ahead to minimize exposure.
    117                                                 A person can reduce allergy symptoms by planning activities that limit exposure to pollen and can take medications that reduce or prevent symptoms well in advance.
    118                                                          <!--In New Mexico, seasonal allergies are common with the release of pollen from these plants:
    119                                                         <span class="plugin_picture align-center"><img ibis:src="view/image/Pollenchart766.x326.jpg" alt="Pollen Chart" title="Juniper releases are high in January,
    120                                                         February, March, April, September, October, November, and December. Mulberry releases are high in March and April. Elm releases are high in January, February,
    121                                                         March and April. Ash releases are high
    122                                                         in March, April, Ma" /></span>-->
     145                                                The allergies a person suffers will vary from person to a person. Sometimes it depends
     146                                                on what pollen a person is allergic to, how much of that pollen is in the air and how
     147                                                much a person breathes in. Understanding the typical release time of pollen from local
     148                                                vegetation can help a person make plans to minimize contact with pollen. A person can reduce
     149                                                allergy symptoms by doing activities away from high pollen areas and by taking allergy
     150                                                medications that prevent symptoms before going to high pollen areas.
     151
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