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Nurse Practitioner Fights Back as 113 Million U.S. Households Face Risk of Contamination

ST. LOUIS, Dec. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Shirley A. Saunders RN, MSN, APRN-BC warned U.S. heads of household, "If you do not adopt simple wellness practices, you will continue to fight allergies, sinus infections, colds, and many other types of antibiotic resistant infections that spread rampantly through many American homes. Many preventable infectious diseases are spread throughout the U.S. because of ignorance and careless household practices."


Today, Mrs. Saunders, nurse practitioner and entrepreneur, launched her book, "The Sole Truth about Those Soles," and her companion website to show the American public how adopting a custom like "No Shoes in the House" reduces the spread of disease in American homes, and saves time and money for homeowners.

As a health care professional, "I observe many sick people who are really making themselves sick because of their intentional neglect of their environment, both internal and external." In Europe and Asia people remove shoes before entering a home out of respect and to promote cleanliness and good health.

In her book, "The Soul Truth About Those Soles" she explains, "Children are especially vulnerable to toxic dirt when they walk or crawl around on the floor. Since they are low to the ground, it is easier for them to breathe in toxic dust particles or absorb them through their skin. Worse yet, these little ones instinctively put their fingers in their mouths. By doing so, they get a mouth full of whatever was tracked in on the soles of everyones' shoes. It's not long before their little systems are loaded with contaminants."

Studies completed by the Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Waste Management Association, National Resource Defense Council support Mrs. Saunders' claims.

Mrs. Saunders takes her No-Shoes-In House cause to the American people in her new book. She provides advice through actual facts, personal stories and professional observations. At the very reasonable price of $15.99, it costs less than most medical office co-pays. An added bonus: In addition to improving family health, the no shoes philosophy reduces the need for frequent floor and carpet cleaning in homes that adopt the no shoes practice.

New Book Title: "Sole Truth About Those Soles"

Price: $15.99 Paperback: 60 pages.

Web site: ISBN# 978-0-9799998-4- 0

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