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November 17, Plains Notes ' Robert E. Powell, PA-C, Donley Rural Health Clinic, A and facility of High Plains Health System colic, a symptom of early in- fancy, is characterized by of crying, apparent ab- and irritability. Colic may occur shortly after comes home from the hospi- but often begins some weeks three to months. The term "colic" sug- intestinal origin but the mechanisms of infantile The colicky infants and gains weight weLl, may excessively hungry, and often vigorously on almost any- available but has paroxysms, that turn home into chaos and family members tempers. Colic often occurs at a certain of day or night but a few in- cry almost incessantly. Excess causes aerophagia, which abdominal distention and ; as such may be an early of an insistent, ira- Treatment for colic includes rocking, or patting gently infants who cry for short An infant with a strong need more suck- especially if the infant fusses If bottle feeding minutes, new with smaller holes should tried. A pacifier may quiet the active, restless infant a small sheet and placed on his change in milk formula demonstrate a milk in- In exceptional cir- a judicial use of a Parents need to Imow that the is basically healthy, that his cease in a few weeks that too much crying is not as difficul- in sleeping or disturbed patterns leaving the percep- of insufficient sleep. Insom- k is a common symptom that may due to several emotional and ::: With advancing age, the amount of sleep tends to The changes, although may be distressing and to request for treatment. is no evidence that it leads m overall health. In awakening, the per- n falls asleep normally was hours prior to his her normal waking hour and cannot fall asleep or has Weather Day Date Hi Lo PeTe. Sun. 13 58 44.13 Mort. 7 71 35 Tue. 8 75 48 Wed. 9 82 38 T hut. 10 $6 25 Fri. 11 60 26 Sat. 12 60 33 Total for Month .35 Total for Year 14.32 You can't rustle up a tougher ng Pull-On Pecos From the brand you trust James Owens Leather Goods 1994 restless, unsatisfying sleep. This pattern is usually associated with aging but sometimes may be due to depression. Initial insomnia is common- ly associated with emotional dis- turbances such as anxiety, a phobic state, or depression. Tendencies to anxiety, self reproach and self punitive thinking are generally more pronounced in the morning. Reversal of sleep patterns usually are due to jet lag, disease or damage such as encephalitis or a head injury, sedative misuse, or irregular night-shift working hours. Some normal persons sleep less than others. Insomnia may be primary, for example long-stand- ing without emotional or phsychic event or secondary to acquired pain, anxiety, drug-alcohol withdrawal, or depression. Recent onset of insomnia is usual- ly due to current anxieties. Other than rare primary sleep apnea syndrome, there are almost no direct physical causes of otherwise asymptomatic insomnia. Treatment of insomnia is generally toward the underlying cause. Therapy may require any- thing from reassurance, to stress reduction, to pain management, to drug therapy for emotional and depression related insomnia. Per- sistent unexplained insomnia may be helped by evaluation in a sleep laboratory. Check It Out by Mary Beth Nelson i f you haven't examined the Talking Books at Burton Memorial Library lately, take a look the next time you come in. You'll find an excellent variety con- taining mystery, western, children's favorites, health, history, and cur- rent best-sellers, all presented by professional readers. White My Pretty One Sleeps and Weep No More, My Lady by mystery writer, Mary Higgins Clark, as well as Sherlock Holmes :bt (lartnben JtlmJ Adventures are waiting for you who prefer suspense. Hans Christian Andersen's Snowqueen and Other Stories and Hank, The Cowdog and Faded Love by popular panhandle writer, John Erikson, offer good lis- tening for all ages. For strictly in- formative listening of specific topics, A Changing America by Alistair Cooke;Anatomy Of An Ill- ness by Norman Cousins; and How To Speak To English Without A Foreign Accent by Jack Catran are available. Any John Grisham fans in the audience I think so. His Pelican Br/ef is in this collection of Talking Books. Another best- seller and award winning book ready for your listening is Rosamunde Pilcher's SheUseekers. You'll also find Every Living Thing by James Herriot, and The Story of Nellie Bly who was a pioneer investigative journalist. These are only samplings of what is available in the Talking book sec- tion. The two-weeks check out period is the same for any other book in the library. They will remain in Clarendon for a couple of more months before they are rotated to another Panhandle library. Planning a holiday trip? How about listeniug to a good book while traveling (another advantage of the Talking books)? I've mentioned the books received through the rotating sys- tem several times, but have never acknowledged our library books that are requested through com- puter to outlaying areas. When I use the term "outlaying areas", I'm not only referring to Texas cities. Our local books have been solicited and sent to more distant areas such as Virginia, Indiana, Oregon, Nebraska, and California. Have you thought about a donation to Burton Memorial Library's Christmas Card fund yet? A chance to say"Merry Christmas" to everyone through the Clarendon News, and at the same time, be sure your contribution is used for library resources from which you and others in the community will benefit. There is still time, and the contributor's list is growing. Hope you'll be treating your- self to the group of Talking books which are now in the library. Why not check it out? Clarendon School Menu Nov. 21-25 Breakfast Monday:. Cereal Toast, Juice, Milk Tuesday:. Pancakes Juice, Milk Wednesday:. Eggs, Bis cuits, Juice, Milk 'I'nursday:. No School FrldaT:. No School Lunch Monday:. Tony's Pep- peroni Pizza, Corn, Salad, Fruit, M.k Tuesday:. Corndogs, French Fries, Blackeyed Peas, Fruit, Milk Wednesday:. (Thanksgiving Dinner) Turkey & Dressing, Giblet[ Gravy, Cream Potatoes,! Green Beans, Cake, Milk 4 Thursday:. No School Friday. No School Nicotine is iust as addictive as cocaine or heroin. That's why more people die from smoking than from car accidents, AIDS, drugs, and violent crime comb/ned 1-800-ACS-2345 More than 1,O00 people a day-- 434,000 a year--die from smok- ing and smoking-related diseases. If that many people were lost in airplane accidents every day, no one world fly. 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