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Break the Chain of Infection

Break the Chain of Infection

Learn how the PURELL® Advanced Workforce Solution can stop the spread of germs and reduce absenteeism this flu season.

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Meet the Enemy Rhinovirus

Meet the Enemy Rhinovirus

You can significantly reduce your chances of catching a cold practicing effective prevention measures.

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Cold and Flu Facts

Cold and Flu Facts

See our infographic that shows compelling facts that you can use to fight colds and flu this season.

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GOJO Hand Sanitizer Study

GOJO Hand Sanitizer Study

Is there a link between Hand Sanitizer Programs and Employee Absenteeism? This Case Study may surprise you.

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Cold and Flu Versus Zombie Apocalypse

Cold and Flu Versus Zombie Apocalypse

Our infographic will illustrate key facts and statistics that can not only keep your workforce happy and healthy, but prevent them from turning into Zombies in the event of an invasion.

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8 Flu Prevention Tips

8 Flu Prevention Tips

In the United States, flu season occurs in the fall and winter. Seasonal flu activity usually peaks in January or February, but it can occur as early as October and as late as May.

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EV-D68: What You Should Know

EV-D68: What You Should Know

EV-D68 can cause mild to severe respiratory illness. In general, infants, children, and teenagers are most likely to get infected with enteroviruses and become ill.

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Reduce Germ Hot Spots

Reduce Germ Hot Spots

Did you know that the average student's desk has 400 times more bacteria on it than the average toilet seat?

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Hand-Dryers Vs. Paper Towels

Hand-Dryers Vs. Paper Towels

Bacteria is less likely to occur on dry hands than on wet hands, drying one's hands is nearly as important as washing them.

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