National Handwashing Awareness Week 2014

National Handwashing Awareness Week Nozin Blog

The theme of National Handwashing Awareness Week 2014 is “spread the word, not the germs” and that is a message that we support!  Dr. Will Sawyer, Henry the Hand and the CDC are all coming together during the week of December 7, 2014 to raise awareness about the importance of handwashing. Maintaining good hand hygiene is an important part of staying healthy, preventing the spread of germs and illness, and part of your daily hygiene routine. The 4 Principles of Hand Awareness are: 1. Wash your hands when they are [...] Read more »

How to Avoid Holiday Shopping Germs – Bah Humbug!

How to Avoid Holiday Shopping Germs Nozin Nasal Sanitizer

We are making our lists and checking them twice and for sure GERMS are not listed anywhere in our holiday must-haves.  Even the most stalwart online shopper has to join the rounds at the shopping centers and malls this season, so how do you pick the perfect gifts and leave the germs behind? With the onset of winter and cough and cold season, just being out and about means you are exposed to germs.  Make sure you stock up on Nozin® Nasal Sanitizer® and swab before leaving the house and [...] Read more »

Simple Steps in Hygiene Can Prevent Illness by Dr. Richard Bailey

Simple Steps in Hygiene can Prevent Illness by Dr. Richard Bailey

Thank you to Dr. Richard Bailey for providing us with an important and informative guest post on hygiene! Someone coughs or sneezes in the classroom. Millions of germs become airborne. You may breathe them or they may settle on the objects around you. When you touch those objects and then touch your nose with your infected hands, you may have started the process of becoming sick. This is a daily threat to students, teachers and the families they go home to. It’s no secret to parents that their children can [...] Read more »

The Germs on the Bus Go Round & Round – School Bus Hygiene

Germs on the Bus Go Round and Round School Bus Hygiene Nozin Nasal Sanitizer

Every morning thousands of children all across the country are climbing onto the school bus. And by late afternoon, children will be returning home with more than filled backpacks and homework – from a busy day at school and the bus ride home, there is ample opportunity for the transmission of germs. Every year school buses carry some 24 million students and collectively travel more than 4 billion miles.   Unfortunately, school bus conditions are mostly overlooked as a breeding ground for environmental contamination, and pathogenic microorganisms such as MRSA, Staph, Salmonella, and [...] Read more »