Whistle While You Work!
Getting hands clean requires washing them with warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds – that's about 2 renditions of 'Happy Birthday.'
Though staying hydrated is always important, it's especially critical if you feel a cold coming on. Water, along with other non-caffeinated liquids, help loosen congestion.
Don't be afraid of the dark
It's common for kids to be fearful of sleeping in dark bedrooms. Not only does the Vicks Starry Night Humidifier add moisture to the air helping to keep little noses clear, it also projects stars on the ceiling.
Washing an oral thermometer is necessary, but can be tricky. A great, non-invasive alternative is the new Vicks Behind Ear Thermometer, which takes quick 1-second temperature readings near the carotid artery located behind the ear lobe.
Splish, Splash Take A Bath!
Fever is often one of the first signs of illness. You can temporarily cool off the body by using a cool washcloth on the forehead or taking a tepid or lukewarm bath.