Don't Get Sick
A Panic-free Pocket Guide to Living in A Germ-filled WorldBook - 2010
The next best thing to a cure for the common cold-proven strategies to outsmart germs and help you stay disease-free Coming down with the latest bug to make the rounds will never be on anyone's to-do list. After all, who has time to be laid up by, say, a cold or the flu? And now that the germs are getting bigger and badder, there's even more reason to try to stay healthy. Don't Get Sick - by the editors of Prevention - makes the case for smart self-care as the key to stopping the spread of infectious illness. While germs may not be 100 percent avoidable, there's a lot that people can do to reduce their exposure and strengthen their natural defenses. Drawing on scientific research and expert interviews, Don't Get Sick reveals- . where germs are most likely to linger . how nurses, teachers, and others in high-risk professions manage to outsmart illness . which immune-boosting products really work-and which aren't worth the money Packed with real-world advice, along with a healthy dose of perspective on swine flu and other health risks, Don't Get Sick is a must-have resource for anyone concerned about their health.
Publisher: New York : Rodale ; [S.l.] : Distributed to the trade by Macmillan, c2010.
Characteristics: vii, 152 p. :,ill. ;,20 cm.
Alternative Title: Do not get sick