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Olson--Dorothea D. (Price Laboratory School Staff)

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Title Date Summary
1 The power of seeing
Public Relations News Release 2002:256, p.1
12/16/2002 Signs of vision problems in children will be talked about.
2 The power of seeing
Public Relations News Release 2002:218, p.1
11/25/2002 Warning signs of vision problems will be talked about.
3 Dieting too young not healthy for preteens
Public Relations News Release 1996:138, p.1
11/4/1996 Dody Olson and Clare Struck discuss the problems of preteen dieting.
4 Dieting by pre-teen girls becoming a growing problem
Public Relations News Release 1996:119, p.1
10/21/1996 Pre-teen girls are starting to worry about their weight, which could cause serious health implications.
5 Dieting by pre-teen girls becoming a growing problem
Public Relations News Release 1996:80, p.1
10/7/1996 Clare Struck says pre-teen girls are beginning to obsess over weight loss.
6 Don't catch it
Public Relations News Release 1995:147, p.1
12/4/1995 Advice given on avoiding catching a cold or flu.
7 Tips to help kids avoid colds, flu
Public Relations News Release 1995:149, p.1
12/4/1995 Hand washing is the single most important way to protect yourself against colds and flu.
8 Eating disorders can be related to pressures in children's lives; Parents be alert
Public Relations News Release 1993:287, p.1
1/17/1994 Dody Olson notes that as adolescents, the only constant in their lives is change, and they are constantly trying to create stability out of chaos.
9 School nurses fill many, varied roles
Public Relations News Release 1993:32, p.1
9/13/1993 The essence of a school nurse's role is affecting lives and making a difference with kids.
10 They're giving much more than shots and medicine these days.
Public Relations News Release 1993:16, p.1
8/30/1993 Price Lab School nurse reports providing counseling and advice in addition to medicines to students.
11 Bigger isn't always better.
Public Relations News Release 1993:291, p.1
1/10/1993 Dorothea Olson notes that students at the Price Lab School are getting heavier.
12 New OSHA standards require exposure control plans in schools: Universal precautions of teachers, students to protect from blood-borne pathogens
Public Relations News Release 1992:98, p.1
10/12/1992 Price Lab nurse conducted informational sessions on the need to have a plan in place for blood exposure. OSHA regulations require these plans.
13 Safe sex may not be enough anymore.
Public Relations News Release 1992:86, p.1
9/28/1992 Safe first aid and CPR are being taught in the classroom in addition to safe sex.
14 Health educator should teach abstinence as "safest sex," but can't ignore sexually active students, says Northern Iowa expert.
Public Relations News Release 1991:355, p.1
2/17/1992 Dorothea Olson urges health educators to stress abstaining from sexual activity as the only truly safe alternative, but we cannot ignore the large number of sexually active teens, who need the most current information on avoiding pregnancy.
15 Birds and bees are making life difficult for teachers.
Public Relations News Release 1991:336, p.1
1/27/1992 Dorothea Olson states that both abstinence and safe sex need to be taught to school age children especially during this time of AIDS.
16 Parents can get help in talking to their children about AIDS.
Public Relations News Release 1989:205, p.1
11/13/1989 Dody Olson says it important that parents and teacher be honest with children about the disease. For young children their primary concerns is, "Will I catch it?" Olson answers question about the nature of the disease and how it can be transmitted.
17 AIDS educations-- what do parents say when children raise questions?
Public Relations News Release 1989:203, p.1
10/30/1989 Dody Olson, says many parents have a tough time explaining this disease to their children, but says there are a few books designed specifically to help both parents and children.

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