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+ Osteoporosis Awareness Prevention Month: Beebe to host screenings in Cape Region Nearly 44 million Americans are at risk of developing oSteo- porosis, often called "the silent disease" because it occurs without symptoms. Osteoporosis is a seri- ous health concern that affects bone mass and increases the chance for fractures. To raise awareness and prevention for women and men throughout Sus- sex County, internist Dr. Uday Jani, Beebe Medical Center staff member, will host three free Fo- cus on Health seminars and ,stee- per,sis screenings throughout May. The 2003 theme of *steeper,- sis Awareness and Prevention Month, sponsored by the National *steeper, sis Foundation, is Are You Losing Height? Height loss of an inch or more may be due to vertebral fractures caused by ,s- teeper,sis that women and men may be unaware they have even sustained. Beebe's free Focus on Health series will feature quantitative ul- trasound screenings with JaM, who is also a certified clinical densitometrist. He will measure bone density for signs of ,stee- per,sis and provide informational discussions about prevention and risks for developing ,steeper,sis. For more information and to pre- register, call 645-3337. The lectures and screenings are as follows: 6 to 8 p.m., Wednes- day, May 7, at the Millville Fire Hall; 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, May 8, at the Beebe Long Neck Health Center; and 5:45 - 7:45 p.m., Thursday, May 22, at the Re- hoboth Beach Library. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 - 77 d00uroor Toll Free: 1-866-807-0024 Respiratory virus poses health Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), which causes a serious lung infection, affects thousands of infants annually, and it's in sea- son until March. "About 70 percent of children will contract RSV by age 1," said Dr. Michael Speer, pediatrician at Texas Children's Hospital and professor of pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine. While the virus may be espe- cially dangerous to premature and multiple-birth babies, it usually amounts to little more than a cold for most healthy children, Speer said. '1"o reduce the risk of exposing infants to the virus, wash hands often, stay away if you have a cold or fever, limit exposure to children with cold symptoms, avoid crowded areas and refrain from smoking around babies or "'Lreat.. to infants children." Texas Children's Newborn Center is ranked No. 3 in the na- tion by "Child" magazine. For more information visit www.tex- aschildrenshospital.org and click on Patient Care Centers. Texas Children's Hospital, a nonprofit pediatric specialty hospital in Houston, is licensed for 715 beds and is the largest children's hospi- tal in the United States. Briefly PKIDS offers camp for children with illnesses Starting this summer, children infected with hepatitis B or C can attend summer camp at one of Paul Newman's Hole In The Wall Gang medical camps in either up- state New York or Florida. The cost of attending camp and transportation will be paid by the camp and the national nonprofit organization PKIDs-(Parents of Kids with Infectious Diseases). Children must be beiween the ages of 6 and 16 and" receiving medical treatment of any type. For an application or more in- formation, contact PKIDs at 877- 55-PKIDS or email pkids@- pkids.org. SAVE 20-50% MEN'S & LADLES' SHOES F/RST QUAHTY FOOTWF_AR AT A DISCOUNT Featuring: Sebago Docksides Keds Trotters Sperry Top-Sider New Balance Clark, of England Wigwam * Rockport * Grasshoppers Naturalizer * LlfeStrlde Cudas Dr. Scholl's Best se/ect/onfrom over 15,000 pa/rs/n stock. Men's s/zes: N 9-14. M 6 I/2-15. W 6 1/2-14. WW 8-14. Women's sizes: N 6-10, M 5-11, W 6-10, WW 6-10. -- IA)CATION8 Route 1, Ames Plaza, Rehoboth Beach. DE 302-227-5828 Route I at West Virginia Ave. (4 streets north of MD llne on ocean side) Fenwich Island. DE 502-589-4599 Beginnings & Growth Individuals- Families- Couples Traditional & Alternative Specialities: Depressive and Addictions Disorders Two New Services: Life Coaching and Astrological Tuning Rehoboth Beach s (302) 226-3661 ARE YOU UNHAPPY WITH YOUR AGING EYELIDS? Dr. Mandris has been performing cosmetic blepharoplasties and browlifts, under local anesthesia, in his office for over 17 years. Removing hanging skin from the upper rids and bags fi'om the lower lids is more affordable than you might imagine. Let Dr. Man&is explain what he can do for your appearance with a complimentary cosmetic consultation. Dr. Mandris offers free skin cancer screenings and =no nonsense  skin cancer treatment Louis R. Mandris, M.D. Certified American Board of Plastic Surgery Delaware Shores Plastic Surgery Bayview Medical Center 1539 Savannah Road, Suite 103, Lewes, Delaware Call 302.645.8100 to schedule an appointment.