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No Flu For You! - 6 Easy Ways to Avoid Getting Sick

NO FLU FOR YOU! 6 WAYS TO AVOID GETTING SICK Did you have the flu this year? What about just a common cold or a cough? Miserable, isn't it? What if we told you that you could significantly cut your chances of getting sick just by following 6 simple steps – things you could easily incorporate into your daily life? OK, put your hands down. It's possible and easier than you think. Read on... (1 Wash your hands 8 times a day. Why 8 times? I Well, you should wash your hands before you eat: Times I After you use the bathroom: We're going with 4 Ti mes, but maybe you eat lots of kale? 4 And once after some miscellaneous thing that gets your hands dirty like gardening, petting a dog, mud wrestling, etc: 1Tin me THIS SENTENCE IS IN BOLD AND CAPITALIZED BECAUSE WASHING YOUR HANDS IS ONE OF THE MOST EFFECTIVE AND EASIEST WAYS TO PREVENT INFECTION. Clean or not, watch what you do with your hands. The average person touches his or her face 3 to 5 times every waking minute. You can't wash your face 250 times a day, can you? Best to keep whatever's on your hands off your face after you've touched your keyboard or toilet seat. Stay away from sick people. This is kind of a no-brainer. Do we really need to explain why you should do this? Nope, we don't. You're smarter than that. Sneeze and cough properly. SNEEZE ZONE That's right. There's a proper way to sneeze. And it's simple. When you feel a sneeze coming on, turn away from any peóple you are within 6 feet of, bring your sleeved arm up to your face (the back of your elbow should be pointing away from you), and sneeze into it. If you have children, make sure they're vaccinated. Keep in mind that there is no evidence that inoculations cause autism, and other serious allergic reactions related to vaccines are extremely rare. Vaccines have largely neutralized diseases that used to plague Americans, including polio and whooping cough. When was the last time you met someone who had smallpox? Finally, if you do get sick, stay at home. Yes, we know you're busy. But, do yourself and everyone else a big favor and keep those nasty viruses at home. It's the 21st century, after allI. You can just Skype into that meeting! That's it! Do those 6 things and make sure everyone else you know does them as well. You'’lU significantly increase your chances of staying healthy throughout the year and everyone you know will appreciate it. Take Part ulululullu

No Flu For You! - 6 Easy Ways to Avoid Getting Sick

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Did you have the flu this year? What about a cold or a cough? Here are 6 easy ways that you can decrease your chances of getting sick.


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