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Give Yourself the Gift of a Healthy Holiday

1 Wash Your Hands Frequently You can pick up millions of germs while you're out shopping. Wash for at least 20 seconds Between washings, keep your hands out of your mouth and off your face. with soap and warm water. 2 Focus on Food Safety Food poisoning is a common reason for holiday ER visits. Cook all meat and poultry to safe temperatures. • Turkey: 165 °F Other safe temps can be found on Avoid cross-contamination while cooking. Don't eat perishable food that has been left out of the fridge for more than 2 hours. 3 3 Ease Up on Alcohol Holiday celebrations can lead to over-consumption. Drink a glass of water after every alcoholic drink you consume. IF YOU DRINK, DON'T DRIVE! Choose a designated driver in advance. 4 A Maintain Your Medication Schedule Hectic holiday calendars can throw off your routine. Use a pill case and Check your pharmacy's set reminders seasonal hours. PROVIDED BY: on your phone for your meds. Make sure you have enough refills to get through the holidays. REGIONAL 5) Don't Give Your Healthy Lifestyle a Holiday Break MEDICAL CENTER Part of Good Samaritan Health system REGIONALMEDICALSANJOSE.COM SOURCES: Get an adeqUate amount of sleep. • 7 hours minimum Fill up on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins. Find ways to manage your stress, which can spike during the season. Time/ bacteria-are-most-common-type-found-your-399815 Aim for 30 minutes of activity daily. GIVE YOURSELF THE GIFT OF A HEALTHY HOLIDAY

Give Yourself the Gift of a Healthy Holiday

shared by BrittSE on Feb 28
Adults over the age of 21 are free to consume alcoholic holiday beverages, but drunk driving is a real problem. Drink water with your alcohol and check out this infographic for holiday health tips.


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