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Intermountain Medical Center Expert Reveals the Spots with the Most Germs at School -- How to Protect Kids and beat the Flu this School Year

8/25/2013

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WHAT:
With millions of kids in Utah and around the country heading back to school, and flu season on the way, Intermountain Medical Center infectious disease expert, Dr. Edward Stenehjem (pronounced Sten-yum), shares some advice on how parents can keep their kids healthy this school year.

Dr. Stenehjem reveals spots with the most germs at school, and how to protect kids against them and beat the flu this school year. This back to school season, there’s more to worry about than just new school supplies. How can parents keep kids healthy? What are the top five germiest things at school? Would you believe backpacks, gym classes, water fountains, the computer lab and cafeteria are on the list?

WHO:
Please CG as follows: Dr. Edward Stenehjem (pronounced Sten-yum) Intermountain Medical Center

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