Articles for Tag: "Dr. James Malow"

Office coffee machines brewing more than coffee grounds 
Office coffee machines brewing more than coffee grounds
A recent study finds that drip trays may be prone to bacteria, but it might not be as harmful as you think.
What you should know about antibiotic resistance  Featured
What you should know about antibiotic resistance
“Get Smart About Antibiotics Week” is raising awareness on the proper use of antibiotics.
New flu vaccine expected to be better than last season 
New flu vaccine expected to be better than last season
The CDC encourages everyone older than six months to get vaccinated annually.
These germs are riding with you on the subway 
These germs are riding with you on the subway
Scientists studied the microbes on the New York transit system. What they found may surprise you.
Do you go to work when you are sick? 
Do you go to work when you are sick?
Find out how you may be doing more harm then good by going to work when sick.
5 common hand-washing mistakes  Featured
5 common hand-washing mistakes
Flu season is raging. Are you properly protecting yourself?
Do you know when your child is too sick for school?  Featured
Do you know when your child is too sick for school?
With the flu hitting hard this year, check out these tips on when to keep your child home to keep everyone safe.