Category Archives: Flu Season

5 Flu Hiding Spots You Shouldn’t Overlook

Flu season 2015-16 is fast approaching, and as the virus continues to evolve, so must our defenses. While person-to-person contact is the mo [...]

3 Misconceptions about Infectious Disease Preparation

As Ebola begins to fade from national headlines, a familiar threat reemerges: complacency. Hospitals and healthcare facilities have been on [...]

6 Environmental Hygiene Solutions to Improve Your Infection Control Practices

Environmental hygiene is a core component of Wash-Wipe-Wear, the most complete infection control strategy. You already know that rigorous su [...]

3 Easy Ways to Improve Patient Satisfaction

There is no single, well-kept secret when it comes to improving patient satisfaction. First-name use, effective communication, and short wai [...]

Glove Dispensers: Why the Anti-Microbial Advantage is Not a Luxury

You see surfaces.  Microorganisms see opportunity. Bed rails, call buttons, door handles, and tray tables are among the most frequently tou [...]

Pandemic Flu: Time to Start the Conversation

The novel influenza strain H7N9 has health officials concerned enough to have started vaccine trials in the U.S. Their worry? That during th [...]

Fight the Flu with New Ideas

These 5 Small Changes Can Have Big Results This year’s flu season could be nasty according to the CDC and WHO. In addition to your sta [...]

Quick Tips on Flu Prep

Prepping for this year’s flu season could be tricky. There’s a new avian strain, H7N9, that is currently unpredictable regarding [...]

4 Essentials for Proper Flu Vaccine Storage

It’s that time of year again; the changing of the seasons from summer to fall. Kids are back in school. Leaves are showing a slight hi [...]

MarketLab Launches New Guide for Infection Control as Flu Grips U.S.

Responds to Growing Concerns of Widespread Illness and Disease Caledonia, Mich. – January 24, 2013 – Seasonal influenza activity remains [...]
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