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By Veronica Rocha | May 18, 2009
BURBANK ? City officials met Tuesday afternoon to refine emergency plans on how to get information out to residents should swine flu cases start appearing in the city. If a swine flu outbreak should occur, officials might use the local public broadcast channel 6 to inform residents on what they need to do to protect themselves, said Cinda Cates, a city spokeswoman. Officials have repeatedly told city employees and residents to avoid close contact with people who are exhibiting flu-like symptoms, she said.
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By Zain Shauk | October 28, 2009
DOWNTOWN — Concern about potentially debilitating flu outbreaks has spurred some area businesses to take more precautions than ever to keep workers from getting sick or infecting their colleagues. When employees at Glendale-based Nestle USA start to feel even an inkling of an illness, they have been instructed to stay at home. The company has gone on an unprecedented flu prevention campaign, leveraging e-mails and the Internet to blast regular alerts to its staff, breaking down guidelines for staying healthy and, if workers get sick, for protecting others, said Edie Burge, a spokeswoman for the company.
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By Chris Wiebe | April 8, 2008
Like many mothers, Burbank resident Debby DeOliveira wanted to be everywhere at once. Especially at mealtime, when she struggled to feed her newborn daughter, Emmy, while watching her 18-month-old, Lili — who was just learning to feed herself — get more food in her hair than into her mouth. “All my bathrooms with tubs are upstairs,” DeOliveira said. “And I couldn’t run upstairs to the tub when I had my newborn downstairs.” That dilemma led DeOliveira to search for a safe, easy-to-use cleaning product, and the result was Oopsy Daisy, her own line of all-natural, rinse-free cleaning products for babies and children.
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By Chris Wiebe | April 9, 2008
Like many mothers, Burbank resident Debby DeOliveira wanted to be everywhere at once. Especially at mealtime, when she struggled to feed her newborn daughter, Emmy, while watching her 18-month-old, Lili — who was just learning to feed herself — get more food in her hair than into her mouth. “All my bathrooms with tubs are upstairs,” DeOliveira said. “And I couldn’t run upstairs to the tub when I had my newborn downstairs.” That dilemma led DeOliveira to search for a safe, easy-to-use cleaning product, and the result was Oopsy Daisy, her own line of all-natural, rinse-free cleaning products for babies and children.
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By Veronica Rocha | May 18, 2009
BURBANK ? City officials met Tuesday afternoon to refine emergency plans on how to get information out to residents should swine flu cases start appearing in the city. If a swine flu outbreak should occur, officials might use the local public broadcast channel 6 to inform residents on what they need to do to protect themselves, said Cinda Cates, a city spokeswoman. Officials have repeatedly told city employees and residents to avoid close contact with people who are exhibiting flu-like symptoms, she said.
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