Let me introduce you to Dr. Langston. We just call her Nicole. She's a pediatrician at the Riverton Hospital and not only does she know her stuff, she's down to earth, fun and sensible! (Tauna, I think you'd like working with her!)
The hospital has community seminars presented by medical professionals. Nicole, and her husband, Dan, (who happens to be my son) moved here from Albuquerque last month. She was asked to present this seminar. The topic of discussion that night was...diarrhea in children. (I know! Something you'd all want to attend!) She had the attention of every parent in the room as she described symptoms, treatment, when to take your child to the doctor, how it spreads, what to and what not to feed a child who is suffering from this malady. The word, "poop" was thrown out several times for the layman.
I could only get these two pictures of the good doctor before my camera was confiscated. Luckily my cell phone was hidden in my purse and I was able to get a picture of the nutritious, anti-diarrheal food served during the seminar.
Nicole, we're proud of you! Even though your presentation was exciting and enthralling, I don't have a desire to experience the disease.
Here's something I'll share with all of you about prevention...WASH YOUR HANDS! Enough said.