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How to Remain Flu-Free for the Holiday Seasons

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by devotor338, Dec 7, 2011.

  1. devotor338

    devotor338 Newbie

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    The overlap of the freezing cold and flu season with the Christmas holiday season can make it remain balanced and healthy as you go to parties and get together with family and friends. Getting a flu shot is vital, but other precautionary measure can also decrease your risk of getting sick or of spreading illness to others.

    Here are some simple tips for a balanced healthy holiday seasons:

    When you coughing or sneezing, do it in your sleeve or the inside of your sweater/jacket or coat. That will decrease the spread of viruses to those nearby.
    Wash your hands consistently and always after using the restroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose.
    Use the air hug or false peck on the cheek in spite of a hug on the lips when greeting family and friends.
    Always use offering spoons or forks never your fingers and to put food on your menu plate. If you are hosting a party, be sure to provide a plenty of serving utensils and give people with alternatives to reaching into bowls, such as making individual servings.
    Find innovative ways to customize serving cups so that individuals don?t accidentally mix them up. Don?t provide beverages in their original containers because people might get puzzled about which bottle or can belong to them.
    Carry hand cleaner with you and use it before you eat any food or touch your face, for the most part of your nose and mouth. This will help to secure you against infections/viruses you may have found from doorknobs, shopping cart handles, handrails, shoes and faucets.
    When you go to spiritual/religious services, try to stay away for three to six feet from others and never share the communion wine goblet. Instead of shaking hands and embracing/hugging, use a gracious wave or elbow tap to greet others.
    Make sure you get sufficient sleep, which is vital for keeping your immune process powerful.
    If you develop a freezing cold or flu, stay at home until you feel better.
     
  2. m0nster

    m0nster Senior Member

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    lol IDK if your trying to increase post count or your just not aware, blogging section is not for you to blog in yourself :p it's to post techniques to monitizing with blogging ;]
     
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  3. hitman247

    hitman247 Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Looks like the OP took content from this website:
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  4. everythingred

    everythingred Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    LOL

    Plus none of those things helped me not get sick
     
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    charmol Junior Member

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    Please let me know what spinner you used so I can avoid it.

    Also, I would always avoid the flu shot unless I was in the "at risk groups". I'd rather just catch it to improve my immune system from related mutations in the future. Also it carries a risk of serious neurological problems, including paralysis.

    And erm, shouldn't you be wiping your nose on a tissue instead of your sleeve lol.

    ~|ChaRoN|~
     
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    jacobpov Junior Member Premium Member

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    lol noob marketers !
     
  7. pangga11

    pangga11 Newbie

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    OK it is better to take a 1000 mg vit c.. and multivitamins everyday
     
  8. hardybents

    hardybents Regular Member

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    This thread is like Japanese porn and game shows; I don't get it?
     
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    anaindasky Newbie

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    ^hardybents, hahaha, same goes for me