Creating a Safe and Healthy Playroom

April 7, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · 1 Comment 

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The house is the whole family’s abode, but each family member needs a turf of his or her own. And when it comes to infants and toddlers, the playroom is their territory. In creating playrooms, safety and health are key elements to consider.

So how do you create a safe and healthy playroom for your tots?

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How to Keep Your Cell Phone Safe Both Inside and Out

March 8, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · 53 Comments 

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Today, cell phone has become one of the most widely used personal communication device. And let’s face it – it’s hard to leave the house without it. We can get in touch with our “peeps” right away, listen to music, watch movies, capture photos or videos, exchange data, browse the internet, access e-mails, or even play games. Cell phones are convenient, pocket-sized PCs and entertainment media of sorts.

With our growing dependence on cell phones for communication and entertainment, we sometimes forget keeping them clean and safe both inside and out (hardware and software).

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Travel Tips for Fun and Healthy Trips

March 2, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · Comment 

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Travelling is extremely fun, especially when everything goes smoothly, but exposure to health risks can ruin what’s supposed to be a fun holiday. So aside from packing extra clothes and toiletries, pack some important stuff for your health and safety.

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Wipes Anyone? How Disinfectant Wipes Can Benefit Your Business

January 26, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · Comment 

There can never be enough emphasis put on the importance of hand washing. Hand washing removes dirt, soil, and microorganisms that are health risks. Hand washing, when done properly and frequently, can prevent cross contamination and disease transfer.

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