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Media nowadays teaches parents that they can help their child by giving aspirin or other fever-reducing medicines in order to “break” a fever. For a mild fever, this can do more harm than good; it suppresses the production of antibodies, which makes the body more hospitable to invaders. But, if your little one’s fever is just too high, consider… egg whites. gnowfglins.com/...

Great information on how to treat a fever naturally!

Easy to make FREEZY PAINTS - Create beautiful works of art with these super fluffy, icy paints - a perfect way for kids to beat the heat this Summer!!!

The Creek Line House: How I used eggs to treat my burn. Does it work for you?

Have a headache/migraine? Submerge your feet and hands in hot/warm water and put a bag of frozen peas at the base of your skull. The heat on your extremities pulls the blood from your head relieving some/all of your headache.

Interesting. Not sure where to put this.

Fever in children: 5 facts you must know

Great FHE Lesson: "The Chocolate Chip became famous for its ability to stand firm against the heat of the oven. Be the Chocolate Chip helps to bring to life the qualities that help us as followers of Christ and members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints stand strong and firm in a world of ever-increasing heat. Jen and Amy outline four steps that we can follow each and every day to stay firm and strong, and to be the chocolate chips in the cookies of life."

An egg beater race!To set up your race, get at least 2 buckets and 2 egg beaters (more if you have them) and pour an equal amount of our bubble solution into each bucket. Then see who can make the most foam in their bucket. When those kids are done, scoop out as much foam as you can, add more bubble solution and let someone else have a turn.

Here’s a tip: Put the egg membrane on burns, wounds. The membrane will harden and keep the wound closed until you can get to the ER for stitches etc.