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  • How to Avoid Illness Over the Holidays- Christmas Edition

    How to Avoid Illness Over the Holidays: Christmas Edition

    Posted November 29, 2017

    In part two of our “How to Avoid Illnesses over the Holidays” blog series, we will tackle the health risks associated with Christmas. There are obvious dangers associated with the holidays, like overeating too many Christmas cookies, or electrocuting yourself while hanging Christmas lights, but...

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  • How to Avoid Illness Over the Holidays- Thanksgiving Edition

    How to Avoid Illness Over the Holidays: Thanksgiving Edition

    Posted November 16, 2017

    Thanksgiving is a beloved holiday in the United States that was celebrated for the first time in 1621. It is not only a day where family and friends gather around, share a meal, and reflect on all of the things, experiences, and people they are thankful for, but this holiday also prompts our nation...

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    Healthy Habits for Fighting the Flu

    Posted November 13, 2017

    t’s that time again of year again, the dreaded cold and flu season. No matter how many fruit and veggie smoothies you drink, you are still at risk of catching the bug. Whether at work, at school, or on the go, germs are all around us. They live on door knobs, computer keyboards, public...

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    Reducing Child Mortality through Waterless Hand Hygiene

    Posted October 30, 2017

    Insufficient hand washing is a major contributor to global child mortality and transmission of infectious diseases in populations around the world. In fact, 1.87 million children die every year due to diarrheal diseases and respiratory infections, both of which are completely preventable[1]. While...

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    The Importance of Hand Washing in Developing Countries

    Posted October 14, 2017

    For years, water scarcity has been a reality for underdeveloped nations and their populations. In many third world countries, water sources are few and far between. Limited access to water leads to extreme conditions, affecting the economy, education system, and overall health of the people. It is...

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