"Is a flu shot the end-all-be-all of preventative measures or how else can we make sure we stay healthy to enjoy the amazing fall festivities?
It’s said that a disorganized desk reflects a disorganized mind so, what does your cluttered medicine cabinet say about your health? You always hear there are good germs and bad germs but how do you distinguish them, and what does that mean anyway? Dr. Susan Jewell shares the right remedies for a happy and healthy family.
Reviewing and restocking your medicine cabinet
The medicine cabinet is a great central location for everything you need to both protect yourself and treat common winter ailments.
Making sure it stocked with the essentials and ridding it of expired medications is a simple way to keep healthy all year long.
Dr. Jewell suggests you keep the following items in your medicine cabinet.
1. A multivitamin to take in addition to healthy diet and exercise routine
3. Cough medicines called antitussives
8. Band aids
11. Alcohol wipes
13. Adhesive tape.
After all, nothing is worse than having to run out to the drugstore in the middle of the night for cough and cold relief!"
I always keep triple antibiotic cream, Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen in my medicine cabinet, too.
Anything else you consider essential for your medicine cabinet?
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