Health experts have spent most of 2020 instructing us on how we can all help flatten the curve and slow COVID-19 infection rates by washing our hands with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds and following social distancing guidelines such as wearing a mask, avoiding large gatherings, maintaining a safe distance (6 feet away) from others, and staying home if we’re not feeling well. The coronavirus is scary enough and warrants our concern, but things are about to get even more complicated as we enter cold and flu season. But by following some basic precautions, you and your family can stay physically healthier and maintain good oral health.
Also in This Issue:
- Eat Better to Curb Pandemic Weight Gain and Have a Healthy Smile
- Protecting You During Your Dental Visit
- Don't Let Halloween Play Tricks on Your Kids' Teeth