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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 21, 2002, PAGE 6-A People i the News Ryan Hutchinson Ryan Hutchinson of Ohio County has been recognized as a mem- ber of Murray State University's Dean's List for credits earned dur- .ing the fall 2001 term. Students must achieve a grade point aver- age ranging from 3.5 to a perfect 4.00 to be included in the Dean's List. Murray State University is a state-supported institution located in the Jackson Purchase lake area of western Kentucky. Founded almost 80 years ago, Murray State has seen enrollment rise from slightly over 200 to an average of 8,900 students today. Murray State University has also consistently been ranked among the top 25 percent of southern regional and liberal arts colleges in U.S. News and World Report's annual publication, America's Best Col- leges. Hutchinson's name was added to the fall 2001 listing of Murray State Dean's List students previously published due to a change in official records. Jessica Doughty, Susan Fields, Charity Flener, Melissa Goodall, Ryan Sandefur and Angela Staples The following stJadents from Ohio County have been named to the Kentucky Wesleyan College Dean's List for the 2001 fall se- mester. To be eligible, students must attain a grade-point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale while carrying at least 12 semester hours. Jessica Doughty, daughter of Charles Hm'Tison of Hartford, is a junior majoring in elementary education and a graduate of Daviess County High School in Owensboro. Susan Fields, a freshman majoring in mathematics, is the daugh- ter of Jimmy and Ruth Ann Fields of Beaver Dam and a graduate of Ohio County High School. Charity Flener, the daughter of Stephen Flener of Hartford, is a junior mathematics major and a graduate of Ohio County High School. Melissa Goodall, the daughter of Lola and Dwight Goodall of Beaver Dam, is a graduate of Ohio County High School. Ryan Sandefur, a senior majoring in mathematics, is the son of Sammy Sandefur of Horse Branch and a graduate of Ohio County High School. Angela Staples, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Staples of Fordsville, is a graduate of Ohio County High School. Kentucky Wesleyan College is a four-year, United Methodist Church affiliated, co-educational institution offering a wide range of majors in the liberal arts, as well as specialized programs in justice and communication arts. Shavorme R. Williams, Bac N. Totrong, Jessica H. Magan, Michael C. James, Sonya outhard, Teressa J. Ohio County Hospital Asthma is a chronic, long- term and often progressive dis- ease in which swelling of the lin- ing of the airways makes breath- ing difficult. For people with asthma, some inflammation is always present, even when symptoms are absent. Asthma may be triggered by allergens, irritants, exercise and respira- tory infections (i.e. a cold). Successful asthma treatment has four key elements: Measure- ment of lung function (how much air moves in and out of the lungs), avoidance of triggers, proper medication and patient education. It doesn't just affect adults. Nearly five million children have asthma. These children miss school, even miss childhood fun, and their parents have to take time out from work. So, the an- nual cost of treating children along with asthma is estimated at $1.9 billion. Treating asthma is very im- portant in its control. It could mean the daily use of medicines such as cromolyn sodium or in- haled steroids. First, learn what things start or trigger your asthma symp- toms. Then avoid or control them. Make a list of your trig- gers. They could be things like: Dogs or cats, or other animals, colds or flu, pollen from trees, grasses and weeds, dust or mold, strong odors from perfumes, paints, sprays or other items, cigarette smoke or smoke from burning wood or paper, weather changes or very cold air, air pol- Aution, crying, laughing or yell- ing and exercising. Then, tell your doctor what your triggers are and ask him how best to control them. Make a plan with your doctor to take *Itchy or sore throat. Consequently, you need to set your own goals with your doc- tor to control your asthma. Ex- pect nothing less, because your goals can be met with long-term treatment Goals for successful control of your asthma could in- clude: *No symptoms or minor symptoms of asthma (wheezing, shortness of breath, coughing, etc. ). *Sleeping through the night without asthma symptoms. *No time off from school or work due to asthma. *Full participation in physi- cal activities. *No emergency room visits or stays in the hospital. *Little or no side effects from asthma medicine. And remember, DO NOT ac- cept having symptoms as nor- mal. You can lead a regular, ac- tive life. Nutrition Site menu The following is the nutrition site menu for March 25-29: Monday: Barbecued pork; bun; Texas beans; coleslaw; cobbler; un- sweemned fruit. Tuesday: Chicken and gravy; corn O'brien; carrots; roll; fruited gelatin; diet gelatin. Wednesday: Swiss steak; mashed potatoes; green beans; roll; pudding; diet pudding. Thursday: Chicken patty; maca- roni and cheese; mixed vegetables; orange. Friday: Tuna casserole; broccoli; roll; s ced pe, aches u-sw ned your fruit ern Kentucky UJniver ity in Decembe 001) t .... ' doctor: O/ bTdi , treat nt , ............... Shavonne R. W' ams, Bachelor of Science; Bhc N. Totrong, Bach- and one for emergencies. elor of Arts; and Michael C. James, Bachelor of Science, all of Bea- Most asthma attacks or epi- ver Dam. Sonya K. Southard, Bachelor of General Studies; Teressa J. Shrewsbury, Master of Science; and Tennya Sandefur, Master of Arts In Education, all of Hartford. Tiffany Robin Sandefur and April JeanTaylor Two residents of Ohio County were awarded degrees from Ken- tucky Wesleyan College in December, 2001. Tiffany Robin Sandefur of Hartford received a Bachelor of Sci- ence degree in elementary education. She is a graduate of Ohio County High School. April Jean Taylor, the daughter of James Taylor of Reynolds Station, received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. She is a graduate of Ohio County High School. Kentucky Wesleyan College is a four-year, United Methodist Church affiliated, co-educational institution offering a wide range of majors in the liberal arts, as well as specialized programs in criminal justice and communication arts. sodes start slowly. Most people can tell when an asthma episode is coming. You can often stop an asthma episode when you catch it early and take your medicine. If you fail to do this, your symp- toms may get worse. Therefore, it's very important to learn what warning signs are. Those warning signs could include: *Drop in peak flow rate (a meter can measure how well you're breathing). *Coughing. *Shortness of breath. *Tightness in your chest. *Wheezing. *Faster breathing. 25 5,0 51 152 8 48 61 C LUE S ACROSS I. Dulcimer, for one 40. 5. Discharges 43. Phil ...., 9. August __, German painter 44. 14. Stew with chickpeas 45. 15. Stretched tight 46. i 6. Type of filling 48. Annoy t7. King of Hurts (Scandinavian) 50. 18. Upon 53. In 19. 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