Changeset 13322 in main


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Timestamp:
03/07/17 15:44:14 (5 years ago)
Author:
Paul Leo
Message:

Updates as per Barbara and Deyonne

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

    r13171 r13322  
    4545                <ul class="Indent">
    4646                        <li>
    47                                 Use a clean glass or plastic container that holds at least aquart of water (such as in a 1-liter soda bottle or gallon milk jug). The container should not have a strong odor (avoid pickle jars and vinegar bottles)
     47                                Use a clean glass or plastic container that holds at least a quart of water (such as in a 1-liter soda bottle or gallon milk jug). The container should not have a strong odor (avoid pickle jars and vinegar bottles)
    4848                        </li>
    4949                        <li>
     
    5555                        <li>Take the sample to a local water fair in your area (see listing above).</li>
    5656                        <li>
    57                                 If you can and have the information, you should include with the water bottle, some basic information about the well such as: well depth, depth to water, well casing material (e.g., steel, pvc), well location latitude/longitude, and distance from well to the nearest septic tank/leachfield system. You may use this sample form to keep track of that information and to bring with you to a water fair:
     57                                If you can and have the information, you should include with the water bottle, some basic information about the well such as: well depth, depth to water, well casing material (e.g., steel, pvc), well location latitude/longitude, and distance from well to the nearest septic tank/leach field system. You may use this sample form to keep track of that information and to bring with you to a water fair:
    5858                        </li>
    5959                </ul>
     
    6262                <span class="filetitle">Well Information Form <span class="filesize">(179.9 KB)</span></span></a>
    6363                <br/><br/>
    64                 Take the <a href="https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/water_testing1">water test event survey</a>
     64                Take the <a href="https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WLJJBSQ">water test event survey</a>
    6565                before you come (or fill it out in person when you arrive).
    6666                <br/>
  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/html_content/health/breathing/Allergy.xml

    r13203 r13322  
    1010                        <CONTENT>
    1111                        <br/>
    12                                 <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/AllergyIntro.jpg" style="width: 92%;" title="Seasonal Allergies"/>
    13                                         <br style="clear: both"/><br/>
     12                                <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/AllergyIntro.jpg" style="float:right; width: 40%; height: 40%; margin:5px 5px 5px 5px;" title="Seasonal Allergies"/>
     13                                       
    1414                                Sneezing, itchy eyes and nose and/or throat congestion are the key signs of seasonal
    1515                                allergies, which often come on suddenly and last a few weeks to a few months. The trigger
     
    2424                                        <li>how much contact the person has with that pollen.</li>
    2525                                </ul>
     26                               
    2627                                <h3>Allergy Season: Signs and Symptoms</h3>
    2728                                Seasonal allergies typically show up in the spring, autumn, and during windy weather
     
    3637                                        <li>itchy, watery, and/or red eyes.</li>
    3738                                </ul>
    38                                 <br/>
     39                                <br style="clear: both"/><br/>
    3940                                Talk to your doctor if you think you or your child might have allergies. Your doctor
    4041                                will ask you about symptoms and when these symptoms show up. Based on that your doctor
     
    156157                        <TITLE>Pollination and Seasonal Allergies </TITLE>
    157158                        <CONTENT>
     159                                <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/PollenIntro.jpg" style="float:right; width: 40%; height: 40%; margin:5px 5px 5px 5px;" title="Pollen"/>
    158160                                During pollination, weeds, grasses and trees release pollen as part of fertilization.
    159161                                The powder-like particles, sometimes too fine too see, are carried by bees and insects
     
    161163                                which fertilize through the air are a common trigger for symptoms of seasonal allergies (hay fever).
    162164                                <br/><br/>
    163                                 <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/PollenIntro.jpg" style="width: 92%;" title="Pollen"/>
     165                               
    164166                        <br style="clear: both"/><br/>
    165167                        <ibis:ExpandableContent titleLevel="3"><SHOW/>
     
    217219                                        <span class="Bold">Common Pollination Periods in Central New Mexico/ Albuquerque Metro Area</span>
    218220                                        <br/><br/>
     221                                        <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/PollinationPeriods.jpg" style="float:right; width: 40%; height: 40%; margin:5px 5px 5px 5px;" title="Common Pollination Periods in New Mexico"/>
    219222                                        During spring and summer months, many people travel to central New Mexico for sporting events,
    220223                                        tournaments, shopping, and school field trips. The following guide may be useful when planning activities
     
    223226                                        City of Albuquerque Air Quality Bureau.
    224227                                        <br/><br/>
    225                                         <img ibis:src="view/image/health/breathing/PollinationPeriods.jpg" style="width: 88%;" title="Common Pollination Periods in New Mexico"/>
    226                                         <br style="clear: both"/><br/>
    227228                                        <ul class="Indent">
    228229                                                <li>Juniper/Cedar pollen is produced from January through April and from September through December.</li>
     
    236237                                                <li>Ragweed pollen is produced from August through October.</li>
    237238                                        </ul>
    238                                         <br/>
     239                                        <br style="clear: both"/><br/>
    239240                                        City of Albuquerque Air Quality Bureau: <a href="https://www.cabq.gov/airquality/todays-status/pollen">https://www.cabq.gov/airquality/todays-status/pollen</a>
    240241                                        </CONTENT>
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