June 01, 2003

The ever pervasive SPAM

Work-at-Home Schemes. There has been lots of media attention recently on spam and its detriment to e-society. I've provided a little link above to help you sift through a common spam topic -- work-at-home. All spam sounds enticing -- as by nature it should -- but always remember, if it sounds too good to be true, then it usually is. One of the more notorious spams is the Nigerian money scam. If we all followed the simple process of not replying to spam (good or bad), we might be rid of this corruption. It's obvious spamming is lucrative, otherwise, why would they continue if it wasn't?

On a more happy note, I think we've finally figured out how to control baby's atopic dermatitis (eczema). Our most recent visit to the dermatologist (finally someone who knew what to do) left us with good advice. Pediatrician's tend to advise less baths for baby's with eczema; however, the dermatologist recommended at least one bath per day and to lock in the moisture immediately after the bath by using Aquafor. Doing this, with intermittent use of 2.5% hydrocortisone cream really reduced the breakouts.

Posted by johnvu at June 1, 2003 11:37 PM
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