Ways You Forget To Stay Healthy During The Holidays

December 21, 2016  |  
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If you don’t live in a place that gets much cold weather, or even if you do live in one, but sometimes get a little lazy on your cold and flu-fighting habits, you may need a reminder of the things you can do to stay healthy during the holiday season.

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The holidays are a time of year when you probably pass through airports, stay at friend’s and family’s homes, eat at a lot of restaurants, and play in the snow. You should get to do all of these things—they’re a part of getting into the holiday spirit—but you should also take some precautions to stay healthy. Remember, coming down with a cold, flu or—even worse—bronchitis, can put a damper on all of your holiday plans. Here are ways you likely forget to stay healthy during the holidays.

Skin Care Tips For The Winter Months

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Keeping your hands warm

Your hands are one of the largest conductors of heat throughout your body. Even if you have on a heavy down jacket, long johns, and thick pants, if your hands are cold, you can still feel very cold and risk getting sick.

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