Lysol Teaches Us a Thing or Two About Germs

 

 

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Germs are enough to make you wanna run for the hills. Being a mom means you try to be prepared for anything. However, sometimes germs sneak up on us and we are not prepared enough. It’s time to do something about stopping the flu! The last thing our families need is something making us sick during one of the most fun times of the year. Lysol’s Flu-Free program is preparing families for germ season and teaching my family and yours how to remain healthy.

Staying healthy is important and Lysol wants to help. There is no better way to help than chatting with a real live expert.

Lysol is offering a free expert live chat with Dr. Laura Jana next Thursday, Nov. 17th @ 2pm CST/3pm EST. The title of the chat is called: Expert Advice for Keeping your Family Healthy During Cold & Flu Season

 

 

Steering clear of germs is highly important but so is the flu shot. Will you join us on the The Great American Flu Shot Challenge?

Lysol presents Staying Flu-Free can be as easy as 1-2-3, with these 3 tips:

1. Get a flu shot (as the CDC recommends)

2. Wash your hands with soap and water. Scrub thoroughly for 20 seconds

3. Routinely clean and disinfect surfaces

Since Lysol understands that vaccination is the first step for protection against the flu, they are offering a $5 rebate towards your flu shot. Furthermore, they’ve created the Great American Flu Shot Challenge that could reward you for helping to spread awareness of the importance of getting a flu shot. It is easy to create a flu-free network with your Facebook friends. Just share the Flu Fighter Badge listed under the ‘Flu Shot Challenge’ tab on the Lysol Facebook page and $5 flu shot rebate info to join the challenge and remind your digital friends and family that it’s that time to get their yearly flu shot. The person with the most friends in their flu-free network by Dec. 5th could win a $1,500 grand prize.

Will you join us in this germ free challenge? Now is the time to get healthy and teach our kids how to stay health.

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Lysol wants you to get involved in fighting the flu this season and has provided one $50 AMEX card for one lucky Cocktails with Mom reader.

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Like Lysol’s Facebook Page   and ask the Lysol health experts your question about ‘Advice for Keeping your Family Healthy During Cold & Flu Season’ on . Leave your question in the comments below so that I can verify it.

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Comments

  1. Mami2jcn says:

    I asked with my FB username Mary Happymommy: How important is it for adults to get the flu shot versus kids?

  2. Mami2jcn says:

    I like you on FB with my username Mary Happymommy.

  3. Mami2jcn says:

    I subscribe to your email feed.

  4. Mami2jcn says:

    tweet–https://twitter.com/#!/mami2jcn/status/134805204443987968

  5. Elena says:

    I asked as Elena Istomina: Do you know any natural ways to boost your immune system during cold season?

  6. Elena says:

    I like you on facebook as Elena Istomina

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  8. Elena says:

    E-mail subscriber

  9. Janice Cooper says:

    The question I asked is – Can children use antivirals for the flu? FB name Jan Peoples

  10. Janice Cooper says:

    I “like” Cocktails With Mom on Facebook. FB name Jan Peoples

  11. Janice Cooper says:

    Email subscriber

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  13. Jessie C. says:

    https://www.facebook.com/Lysol#!/Lysol/posts/286277078070328
    Besides taking rest, hot soup/tea and fresh fruit, what else should I add to comfort sick kids?

  14. Jessie C. says:

    Like Cocktails With Mom on Facebook
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    Subscribe to Cocktails with Mom

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  17. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    i like lysol on fb and left a question on their wall

    https://www.facebook.com/Lysol#!/Lysol/posts/288157564548946

    Is spraying lysol on door handles as effect as using the wipes?

  18. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    i like you on fb amanda sakovitz

  19. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    email subscriber

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  21. Margaret Smith says:

    Like Lysol’s Facebook Page (Margaret E. Smith) and asked “My children are 8, 11 and 14. Should they get flu shots?”
    Thanks so much
    rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

  22. Margaret Smith says:

    Follow on twitter (peg42)
    and tweeted:
    https://twitter.com/#!/peg42/status/135170057625014272
    Thanks
    rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

  23. Tina M says:

    What are the best ways to protect ourself from the flu if we’re not going to get a flu shot?

  24. Tina M says:
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    subscribe via email

  26. Tina M says:

    follow you on facebook

  27. Sarah W says:

    Here’s my question that I posted: Is it necessary to use antibacterial soaps to kill germs or do regular soaps do the trick?

  28. Sarah W says:

    I like Cocktails With Mom on FB (Sarah Weiss)

  29. Sarah W says:

    I am an e mail subscriber

  30. Sarah W says:

    I follow you on Twitter and have tweeted: https://twitter.com/bitsybitsybitsy/status/136166862126977024

  31. Mark G. says:

    As Mark Good I asked; Do I need to do any kind of scrubbing to get rid of flu causing germs, or does a quick wipe kill them already? Here is the link: http://www.facebook.com/Lysol/posts/288920617805974

  32. Mark G. says:

    I Like Cocktails With Mom on Facebook as Mark Good

  33. Mark G. says:

    I subscribed to you through Google Reader.

  34. Mark G. says:
  35. I am amazed at how little people know about how germs are spread. It’s like they don’t quite realize it and then wonder, “How did I get so sick??!”

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