By Kevin Kim
“Hide yo kids and hide yo wives” because the winter cold virus is back!
Recently, classrooms have either been emptied as students stay home to rest or filled with coughing and sneezing people who empty tissue boxes daily. For the good of the public, I have asked a few veterans on how to avoid these illnesses.
Mr. Beaty is a veteran of the Sickness. He has miraculously survived days filled with sick students and come out without even a cough. Always giving 100%, he suggests that students “stop kissing everybody, number one, and number two, quit picking your nose and touching other people’s face. I mean, it’s just not cool. That’s junior high. You’re in high school now. The best way to stay healthy is drink lots of water, stop touching your face, don’t kiss anybody, and get a lot of rest. I know it’s hard to do with AP classes and all that, but get a lot of rest and drink more water, no soda!”
Giving her perspective on the issue, Ms. DiFiore, a math teacher, has given a relatable answer to this problem. She says, ”Drink lots of water and get some rest and, you know, don’t stay up all night playing video games.” Although she has not experienced the struggles Mr. Beaty has, Ms. DiFi has shown growth in this field, as she has recovered twice from sickness this school year, the second recuperation shorter than the first.
From these encounters, we see credible solutions for avoiding and recovering from this sickness. Use them to steer clear from this wave of illness and recover more quickly!
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