Dr. Julie McKee provides tips for churchgoers who may be under the weather. “We’ve had a lot of focus on the flu,” she said. “And it’s changed things. When I was a kid we went to church no matter what, but now more people are willing to stay home when they are sick.” But not every runny nose represents a congregational problem. “If you are sick or your kid’s sick, stay home,” she said. “But allergies aren’t contagious, and kids shouldn’t be kicked out if they just have allergies.” (Subscription required)