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2016-17 Flu Season Survival Guide

The 2016-17 flu storm is at its Apex, and sickening Americans at epidemic levels in many states. Alas, influenza has brought its ‘A’ game this year, and Americans need to be their own LeBron James while trying to win the fight against the flu, and stay healthy during the sickliest time of the year. This […]

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Help! My Computer is Trying to Kill Me

Practicing Smart Keyboard Hygiene Is A Must During Flu Season As you feverishly work and focus on trying to meet your next work deadline, we interrupt to ask this alarming, but imperative question: Is your computer trying to kill you? Warning: This is not a wild movie plot and this is not the story line […]

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2016-17 Flu Season Forecast: Don’t Fight It Alone

Vaccinations Remain Our Best Defense Against Influenza Going outside in 10-degree weather without a coat.  Facing a 100-degree sun head-on without sun screen.  Taking an infant on a 10-hour drive without backup diapers. There are some scenarios where it just doesn’t make sense to go on without adequate protection. Add the wildly unpredictable 2016-17 United […]

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Verdict: Hand Sanitizer Remains Safe, Effective Germ Killer

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While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has benched over-the-counter consumer antiseptic hand wash products containing several potentially dangerous ingredients, hand sanitizer remains a trusted and reliable germ-killing option when soap and water are not readily available. The FDA ruled in early September companies can no longer market antibacterial soaps and body washes containing 19 […]

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Influenza Going Out Like a Lion This Season

Influenza rarely goes quietly into the night. From coast to coast, the 2015-16 influenza season is going out like a lion after coming in like a lamb. From October through mid-December, the Centers for Disease Control report influenza activity was mild in most regions of the United States. Activity began to spike in late December […]

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