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Not too Late for Flu Prevention

Not too Late to Prevent the Flu Banner How to Prevent the Flu by Stopping the Spread of Germs: Flu season isn't over. There is still plenty of time to come down with the flu but luckily there are steps you can take to prevent getting sick.

Attack of the Back to School Germs!

Attack of the Back to School Germs! Fight back with Hand Sanitizer! When kids head back to school they bring home more than homework! They bring back lots of germs. Those germs wreak havoc on immune systems and cause runny noses, coughs, colds, and flu. If germs are the villain then who is our hero? How can we stop the nefarious germs from beating down our immune systems?? There is a super power that we all have and that super power is, proper hand washing! Hand washing is one of the best ways to keep yourself healthy and to minimize your exposure to the germs that can make you sick. When your kids and teens go to school and bring home germs hand washing can help keep everyone in your home healthy. Teach everyone in your home to wash their hands the right way and to wash their hands at the right times.

Which Antiseptic Wipes Should I Use?

Which Antiseptic Wipes Should I Use? What are Antiseptic Wipes? Antiseptic Wipes are a convenient way of sterilizing the skin. Antiseptic wipes are a single use item that sanitizes skin without risk of cross contamination, unlike an entire bottle of potentially messy liquids. Each wipe is individually packaged making them easy to carry in a pocket, purse or inside even small first aid kits. What are Antiseptic Wipes used for? Antiseptic Wipes have a wide variety of uses. The short answer is, they are used for sterilizing. Antiseptic wipes kill germs and sanitize skin or whatever surface to which they are applied. Antiseptic wipes can be used to clean wounds, help perform a sterile catheter procedure, and prepare skin for surgery. They are a mainstay of home first aid kits and hospitals.

It's Flu Season: Separating Fact From Fiction

According to the CDC director Dr. Thomas Frieden, there has been enough reported cases of th

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