TerryWhite Chemmart Catalogue valid 15 Apr - 4 May 2021 - page 15 - NO LONGER VALID *

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TerryWhite Chemmart Catalogue - 15 Apr 2021 - 4 May 2021 - Sales products - shower gel. Page 15.
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Hygiene & healthy habits SICK CHILDREN As we approach the cooler seasons, viral illnesses are common. Children who may have had little or no previous contact with the viruses that cause colds and flu, are likely to have low resistance to infection, and may get sick quicker and more easily than adults^. So it's important to prepare your family for flu season, and your TerryWhite Chemmart pharmacist is here to help. forkids Encouraging children to maintain good hygiene and healthy habits isn't just important to help avoid catching and spreading illness, but can also help boost their immune system. Here's a few pharmacist tips to help create healthy habits: Hand washing jingle: Teach children to sing 'Happy Birthday' twice as a way to remember how long to wash hands for. Kitchen crackerjack: Encouraging children to help prepare meals or bake together can be a fun family activity and better educate them about food and nutrition. Ensure that washing hands before and after eating or preparing food is the most important part of this routine, and give praise when it's done unprompted. Excellent exercise: Among a number of health benefits, exercise can help strengthen bones and muscles, improve coordination and balance, and decrease the risk of chronic disease*. Encourage your child to be active every day by doing something fun like getting outside to play ball games, swim, walk the dog, have running races with friends or siblings, scavenger hunts or play a team sport. Bath time: It's important to teach children to bath or shower often, and may already be part of your bedtime routine. You can make bath time interactive with bubbles, scented shower gel, squeaky toys, Tupperware and music. Sweet dreams: Ensuring children get enough sleep each night is important in supporting immune health, staying healthy, and boosting mood. Help your child slip into slumber with a relaxing bedtime routine that may include reading a book together or providing a night light. In Australia, more children AGED UNDER 5 are hospitalised with influenza than any other vaccine- preventable disease A single sneeze can spray 100,000 THE RISK OF FLU IS 50-60% germs into the air! So remember to keep your distance from someone who sneezes, and always practice good hand hygiene. LESS LIKELY TO OCCUR IN CHILDREN WHO RECEIVE THE FLU VACCINE" Source #: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24753525/ A: https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/Infiluenza/Pages/young-children-flu-immun-evidence.aspx 1: https://www.hse.ie/eng/services/news/media/pressrella-single-sneeze-can-spray-100-000-gems-into-the-air.html

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