10 Tips to Get You Through Cold and Flu Season

7. Wash Your Hands–A Lot!

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The more you wash your hands, the less likely they are to harbor cold and flu germs. Aside from washing your hands after going to the bathroom, or before eating, you should also wash them after touching anything that lots of other people have touched. Carry a small bottle of hand sanitizer gel around with you if there are no washrooms.

Source: Prevention.com

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  1. Susan Sciacca says:

    My sister has ALS and has no functional mobility, cannot swallow, requires suction to remove congestion and receives all nutrition and medicine through a feeding tube. I pulled up this post hoping to find some insight into how to treat someone in this state who has a head cold with heavy congestion. These “tips” completely miss the mark and show a disappointing lack of understanding regarding ALS circumstances. Next time, don’t bother.

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