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Treat your cold safely while pregnant

It’s now cold season, and everyone is likely to get a bout of the sniffles at least once during the winter. If you are pregnant, however, you need to treat your cold carefully. It’s a good idea to reduce the … Continue reading

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Antibacterial soap? You can skip it, FDA says

As cold and flu season approaches, we all need to be aware of the germs that cause these infections—and how to prevent spreading them. For years, companies have been marketing antibacterial soaps as a way to reduce your risk of … Continue reading

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Soap up during cold and flu season

One of the best ways to prevent the spread of germs that cause colds and flu is also the simplest. Regular hand washing has been shown to reduce infection significantly. Many people think that using an antibacterial soap is more … Continue reading

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