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  1. ... after their fever and other symptoms are gone. Hand hygiene is the most important part of SARS prevention. Wash your hands or clean them with an alcohol-based instant ...
  2. ... the following steps to prevent illness: Practice careful hygiene. Wash your hands with soap and water or an alcohol-based ...
  3. ... wind. Avoid washing hands with hot water. Limit hand washing as much as possible while maintaining good hygiene. Try to keep the air in your home ...
  4. ... influenza (flu) and pneumococcal (pneumonia) vaccines. Practice good hygiene. Thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water: After being outdoors After ...
  5. ... may help prevent poststreptococcal GN. Also, practicing good hygiene such as washing hands often prevents the spread of the infection.
  6. ... this during the first visit. Always use good hygiene habits, such as washing hands before and after changing a diaper or after ...
  7. ... antibiotics during the first visit. Always use good hygiene habits, such as washing hands before and after changing a diaper, and after ...
  8. ... other body fluids. Help your child learn good hygiene. Teach your child to wash his or her hands before eating food and after using the bathroom. ...
  9. ... the same room with you. Follow the same hygiene practices everyone should follow: cover coughs and sneezes, wash your hands, don't touch your face, don't share ...
  10. ... tapeworm can infect themselves if they have poor hygiene. They can ingest tapeworm eggs they pick up on their hands while wiping or scratching their anus or the ...
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