5 Tips on Keeping Your Home As Virus-Free as Possible
Your home should be a safe haven. While shelter-in-place orders remain ongoing, keeping your home clean and as virus-free as possible is essential.
Here are some tips from the Monster Aid team on how to keep your fortress clean and germ-resistant for the safety of you and your family.
Looking After Your Mental Health During a Pandemic
The mental toll of dealing with a pandemic can be tough, but you're not alone. Here are some tips for keeping calm and positive during quarantine.
The Medical History of Masks (Sawbones) - Podcast
Interested in learning more about masks and why we need to wear them? Give this episode of Sawbones a listen to learn about the medical history of masks plus hear about how and why we need to use them today from Dr. Sydnee McElroy and her husband Justin.
How to Safely Put On and Take Off a Face Mask
Once you've got your face masks in hand, it's important to know how to properly put one on and how to safely remove it once you're ready to take it off again. Here are the steps you should follow each time you put on or take off a face mask + a video showing how it's done!
Cloth Masks vs. Surgical Masks vs. N95 Masks
The CDC currently recommends that everyone wear some kind of face mask when venturing outside. While they aren't specifically recommending one type of mask over another, the difference between wearing a cloth bandana versus a surgical or N95 mask is significant.
As much as we would love to tell you that you can bake, wash, or simply hang up your face mask for a few days and then use it again, that's simply not true. After performing extensive research on the length of time the coronavirus can survive on various surfaces, here's what our Public Health Educator found.