Category: Outbreak

Allergies Or COVID19? How To Tell Them Apart

Having allergies at such a critical time in this world can be stressful. This article does not constitute medical advice in any way. If you’re feeling ill you should consult a medical professional.

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An Interview With A Pediatric Allergy-Immunology Specialist – COVID-19 And More

We asked a pediatric allergy-immunology specialist all the burning questions! Click to read what he had to say

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When Does Good Hand Hygiene Turn To Too Much Hand Hygiene?

Many workplaces as well as schools, nursing homes, and more, realize how important it is to maintain a high standard of hand hygiene in their facilities and encourage employees and visitors to practice hand hygiene. However, one must ask themselves the question of how many times is it considered too much to wash your hands?

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Job Burnout and Hand Hygiene – Let’s Talk About It

Employees who suffer from job burnout have a higher chance of becoming apathetic to many workplace protocols, including hand hygiene protocols.

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Contagious Diseases in the Workplace – How to Prevent Infections

It is no secret that the workplace often offers a fertile ground to the spread of infectious diseases. We’re here to help you review a few actions you can take in order to prevent infections in the workplace.

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Workplace Pandemic Preparedness

As countries across the world are cautiously returning to their old routines, the fear of a “second wave” of the COVID-19 pandemic is still tangible. Many workplaces realize now is the time to ensure workplace pandemic preparedness.

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Important Information about Hand Hygiene Compliance in the Workplace

The habit of washing hands is indeed one that is hard to implement in any workplace, much as it is needed. In this article we hope to give you important information that will help you succeed in making your workplace a safer and more hygienic environment for yourself, your employees, and ultimately, your customers.

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