Health Briefs TV Presents Back to School Segment on Germ Prevention

The educational television program features helpful tips for parents, children and teachers about staying healthy during the new school year.

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Schools can be germy places and with a little forethought, illness can be prevented.

Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) August 18, 2013

Health Briefs TV is pleased to present a special back to school segment. The informative show will review some helpful tips for keeping kids healthy this year. Schools can be germ-laden places and a little prevention goes a long way in keeping everyone well throughout the new school year. For example, drinking fountains and lunch trays tend to be the most germ filled items in any school. By teaching kids to let the water run a little while before taking a sip, or using hand sanitizer after touching lunch trays, perhaps there will less chance of a child catching germs from another student. These and other healthful suggestions will be featured on the segment to air this fall.

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