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Cold, Flu & Other Diseases

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  • How to Help Prevent the Spread of E. coli

    To help reduce the spread of E. coli at home, you can use these practical tips

    Advice from our experts
    01/14/19 20
  • Germ Games for Kids

    Experiment with fun!

    Advice from our experts
    07/30/15 7231
  • Don’t Take the Flu Back to School

    Use these Flu Facts & Tips to stop the spread — for healthier kids from home to school, and everywhere in between.

    Advice from our experts
    12/30/16 1159
  • How to Help Prevent the Spread of Listeria

    To help reduce the spread of Listeria at home, you can use these practical tips

    Advice from our experts
    01/14/19 38
  • Disinfecting After a Cold or Flu

    My son has just recovered from the flu, and I was wondering if it is important to disinfect his bedding to prevent spreading the germs around the house or if a generic wash with detergent alone will do the trick. After the flu, it is important to ta...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    04/19/11 91
  • How to Help Prevent the Spread of MRSA

    To help reduce the spread of MRSA at home, you can use these practical tips

    Advice from our experts
    12/18/18 14
  • How to Help Prevent the Spread of Staph Bacteria

    To help reduce the spread of Staph at home, you can use these practical tips

    Advice from our experts
    01/14/19 26
  • How to Help Prevent the Spread of Rotavirus

    To help reduce the spread of Rotavirus at home, you can use these practical tips

    Advice from our experts
    01/14/19 7
  • Preparing for Flu Season

    Autumn is here; a season of cooler weather and falling leaves (some parts of the country more than others, of course). In fact, I was up in Lake Tahoe last weekend and even encountered the first snow of the season! As we are all acutely aware, autum...

    Advice from Dr. Laundry
    10/17/06 96
  • Clean & Healthy Places for Kids

    A germ playground Sometimes the youngest family members are the ones most likely to pick up germs that can lead to infections or viruses. The sharing of germs between little ones can be accomplished through playing patty-cake; toy exchanges and — let...

    Guest post: Dr. Tanya Altmann
    03/14/18 86