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As winter approaches and your workouts move indoors to the gym (where germs can breed), it’s important to practice preventive care to keep yourself as 7 Preventive Care Tips to Keep Germs at Bay. chevron_left PREV: 7 Preventive Care Tips to Keep Germs at Bay. by Jennifer Purdie. November 16, 2017. A diet rich in whole foods, colorful fruits and veggies and free of processed junk food is another great way to keep your body healthy and strong enough to combat any germs it encounters.
It’s also. With these 7 Tips to Keep Germs and Colds at Bay. Oh, I feel a tear of joy welling in my eyes already as I reach for my Kleenex and become a cold season hero. Be one too! 7 Tips to Keep Germs and Colds at Bay.
Of course prevention is the best weapon to keep a cold at bay, and your family out and about. Kids pick up germs all day, every day. Whether they are sharing toys, playing at day care or sitting in the classroom, whenever children are together, they are at risk for spreading infectious diseases. Parents should play an active role in helping their kids stay healthy by taking extra precaution to minimize germs. Here are a few tips on how.
The first line of defense is to keep germs at bay by following good personal hygiene habits. Prevent infection before it begins and avoid spreading it to others with these easy measures. Wash your hands well. You probably wash your hands after using the bathroom, before preparing or eating food, and after gardening or other dirty tasks. • Routinely clean frequently touched objects and surfaces, including doorknobs, keyboards, and phones, to help remove germs. • Make sure your workplace has an adequate supply of tissues, soap, paper towels, alcohol-based hand rubs, and disposable wipes.
Stay home from school, sports practice, and parties if you feel sick or have a fever. Wash your dishes with detergent and very warm water to kill germs. Stay away from family gatherings and reunions if you are sick or if one of your family members is sick. WebMD gives you tips for choosing a child-care center that does its best to keep colds, flu, pinkeye, and bacteria under control.
In the battle against germs, you need to keep in mind that. Take everyday preventive actions to stop the spread of germs. Take everyday preventive actions that are always recommended to reduce the spread of flu.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick. If you are sick, limit contact with others as much as possible to keep from infecting them. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers these suggestions: When around someone who is sick, avoid close contact.
When you cough or sneeze, cover your mouth and nose. Wash your hands well and frequently. Keep your hands away from your mouth, nose and eyes.
Disinfect frequently touched surfaces.
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