Youâ€™ve spent months planning the big day and the last thing you want is to end up catching a cold before or worst yet, on your wedding day.Â We want to help you be a fabulous bride, and we know you are busy (from dress fittings to bachelorette parties) but donâ€™t forgot to take care of the most important thingâ€”you!Â These tips may seem obvious but a simple reminder never hurts.
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Check out some prevention tips for staying healthy this winter from MayoClinic.com.
- No Close Contact: Â Keep your distance from those who have colds or are sick.
- Mine, Not Yours: Â Sharing is great but not when someone has a cold.Â Avoid sharing cups or silverware, as this is never a good idea unless you want to increase your chances of feeling crummy.
- Clean Zone: Â Make sure the surfaces of counters in your living space are clean.
- Clean Hands=Healthy Hands: Â It goes without saying, but please donâ€™t forget to alwaysÂ wash your hands.Â Keep a pocket-sized stash of hand sanitizer in your purse.
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