Blog Archive - November 2010
November 25, 2010
As Thanksgiving Day 2010 draws to a close, I review the blessings of my life and lift up good health as one of my greatest assets. I hope that you, too, recognize the wonders of the human body and the importance of the physical health we possess. It seems that we have become so focused upon the financing of sickness that we have forgotten that we have control of our health and our bodies. Sickness is not inevitable. It’s important to teach our children how to manage their health and avoid sickness and infection. Parents may need to expand their knowledge base for health promotion, too. This means learning more about microbiology and infection prevention, anatomy and physiology of the human body, nutrition and food safety, and behaviors that enhance wellness and reduce the risk of disease.The nanobugs can teach the entire family about practical microbiology and infection prevention while they entertain and engage young and old. Last week we received a message from a Florida grandmother (and experienced critical care nurse). She said that her home-schooled grand daughters love to play “Go Fish” with her nanobugs playing cards. She said they are inquisitive about the nanobugs they see on the playing cards and then want to go to the nanobugs website to learn more. What a great idea for learning essential microbiology with the nanobug characters and their good or bad influence on our health. A nanobugs card collection can further engage children (and adults) in independent learning about microbiology.
So beginning on Black Friday (November 26, 2010) through CyberMonday (November 29, 2010), we will send a free deck of nanobugs playing cards with each order placed on the nanobugs online store.
Let the nanobugs help regain your family focus upon health and wellness – and have some laughs and smiles while you’re at it!
November 2, 2010
Today is election day in the USA. Soon the polls will close and the results will be tabulated and announced. But everyday and any day is election day on the nanobugs website Kids Page. Please "get out and vote" today! Even if you are not a kid - go to the Kids Page and vote for your favorite nanobug. You could use the nanobugs menagerie on the home page as your "voter's guide". After you vote - go to Contact Us and under "comments" tell us why you chose the nanobug. If you include a mailing address in your comment we will send you 2 tattoos of your favorite nanobug. In this election process - everybody wins!