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This year, Americans have been more vigilant than ever before about personal health and hygiene. As the cold and flu season approaches, we are wearing masks, washing our hands, and using hand sanitizer more frequently. But our hands are not the only parts of our body that we should be sanitizing.
Germs can spread via respiratory droplets that land in the nose or transfer from hands to the nose. Sanitizing the nose can help reduce the spread of germs and the risk of infection by interrupting the cycle of contamination between hands and nose.
Dr. Michael J. Manyak is a medical doctor, corporate medical executive as well as an author and gave us some tips on staying healthy this winter and cleaning our noses.