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POS Hetero Summit 2002 Takes Place May 16-19 in Los Angeles

"Together We Are Strong" is the slogan for this years' POS Hetero Summit taking place in Los Angeles May 16-19 at the Courtyard Marriott.

Attendees can stay at the Courtyard Marriott located near LAX on Century Blvd. Room rates are $89 for the first 75 people who make reservations. The regular rate is $139-$149. A tax deductible $20 donation will be requested at the door before entering the event.

The summit attracts countless HIV positive heterosexuals who become enlightened about the issues affecting the heterosexual community and receive support from other participants.

For more information on the POS Hetero Summit or to complete a registration form visit: www.geocities.com/SouthBeach/Cove/1812/summit.html or call (520) 401-1000.


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What to Do When Your Child Is Home Sick?

Children laid low by a cold or flu usually don't need to stay in bed all day. In fact, you probably can't keep them there!

But they should avoid vigorous activity, and rest often. Here are some suggestions for keeping your children occupied, while giving them the rest and nourishment they need.

Reviewed by Charlotte E. Grayson, M.D., senior medical editor, WebMD.

Reports from my.webmd.com.


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