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I'm presently Fresh 100's Assistant Program and Music Director. Besides my on-air shift Monday through Friday from 10am to 2pm, I also can be heard on various commercials on radio stations in metro
Outside of the station, I enjoy spending time with my family making memories that will last a lifetime. You might find us on the infield at a Nascar race or Willowrun airshow, at a charity walk, horsebackriding or spending the day at a Metropark. We’re huge animal lovers and readily adopt elderly pets to love and spoil.
I’m truly thankful for the opportunity I’m allowed every day to play great music and share stories about our fabulous communities. Thanks for being a part of our Fresh 100 radio family!
I went my whole life up until this past weekend without getting it ...
PINK EYE has found me darnit. Ewwwww!
A coworker told me about a home remedy and you know what? I tried it and it's working. See below for more ...
Treat conjunctivitis or pinkeye with this simple kitchen remedy. In fact this remedy is effective on all kinds of sore eyes, sties, and other eye infections.
Using a non-herbal tea bag, add enough hot water to soak the tea bag. Apply the tea bag over the affected eye as a poultice for ten to fifteen minutes. Use the remaining water from the tea bag to wash the eye frequently to keep the eye clear of infection.
When the poultice gets cold, you can add more hot water. Continue washing the eye with the tea bag solution and applying the poultice for as long as needed.
When the selecting the tea bag, any will do, except for most herbal teas. Tea bags that are composed of leaves from the actual tea shrub, (not leaves from fruit or herbal plants), have an essential ingredient that most herbal teas do not have: tannin, an astringent compound that is antibacterial, anti-viral and very soothing for the eye.
It is the high tannin content that gives tea its slightly bitter or astringent flavor.
One of my tai chi students had conjunctivitis, otherwise known as pinkeye. She called me late one night, asking for advice.
Her physician prescribed a strong antibiotic for the pinkeye, but it would take ten days to clear up the infection. In the meantime, her conjunctivitis was so severe that she was suffering from unbearable pain.
I instructed her to use the tea bag remedy, which she did. The first poultice gave her immediate relief from the pain. Thereafter, she washed the eye every few hours until it cleared up. Instead of ten days, her eye cleared up in three.