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JANUARY 2012 GOOD THINGS TO KNOW MONTHLY REPORT A cure for the


common cold? Maybe its yogurt.


tract infections are the leading reason for visits to the doctor in the United States. But according to a study reported by Yahoo News, eating yogurt could help you avoid a cold.


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Yogurt contains probiotics, bacteria that can benefit the body’s immune system. In addition to yogurt, probiotics are found in fermented and non-fermented dairy products and in soy products like miso and soy drinks. A review of data involving more than 3,000 participants found that patients who consumed foods with probiotics for more than one week came down with 12 percent fewer upper respiratory infections than those who were treated with a placebo, or who ate probiotic foods for less than a week.


Sometimes a hug trumps a fight


T


he next time your small child throws a


temper tantrum, try giving a hug instead of a lecture.


You might be surprised at how effective a hug can be in quieting a child in the midst of a meltdown.


Hugs can defuse a child’s hurt or anger, making it easier for him or her to listen to what you have to say. Once calm, your child can take part in a larger discussion about the problem and his or her behavior. Children do better when they feel secure and loved, no matter what.


olds, sinus infections, and other upper respiratory


Rural Electric taxes collected


for local schools (For November 2011 collections)


Choctaw Electric Cooperative gross receipts taxes are collected by the state and distributed to local schools. The amount each school receives is based on the number of miles of CEC line in the school district. Ninety-five percent is distributed to schools. The remaining five percent is retained by the state.


SCHOOL Lane


Farris


Bennington Grant Swink


Boswell


Ft. Towson Soper Hugo


Whitesboro Forest Grove Lukfata Glover


Denison


Holly Creek Idabel


Haworth Valliant


Eagletown Smithville Wright City Battiest


Broken Bow Nashoba Rattan Clayton Antlers Moyers


TOTALS


95% paid to schools 5% paid to state 100% paid by CEC


$59,128.36 $3,112.02 $62,240.38


SOURCE: OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION


$328,403.51 $17,284.40 $345,687.91


CURRENT MONTH $9.12


$1,933.39 $142.17


$2,303.78 $393.63


$1,414.97 $3,077.61 $2,271.59 $3,699.47 $164.37


$1,263.85 $935.80


$1,091.22 $796.04


$1,054.90 $2,077.45 $4,398.26 $3,024.95 $1,601.72 $3,205.67 $1,678.82 $3,249.21 $4,399.46 $1,209.81 $4,949.21 $925.64


$5,924.07 $1,932.18


YEAR-TO-DATE $50.67


$10,738.16 $789.62


$12,795.37 $2,186.26 $7,858.85 $17,093.31 $12,616.60 $20,547.13 $912.93


$5,197.49 $5,197.49 $6,060.72 $4,421.30 $5,859.01 $11,536.29 $24,428.28 $16,800.78 $8,896.05 $17,804.54 $9,324.32 $18,046.39 $24,434.95 $6,719.37 $27,488.28 $5,141.08 $32,902.78 $10,731.47


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