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Shoppers Drug Mart - Get the Most Out of Life

Saturday, September 06, 2014

Now that school is in session and your Back to School shopping is finally over, you can relax and take comfort in knowing you have everything covered. Or do you? Classroom and daycare settings are popular places for the spread of germs and viruses. It is almost a given that your child will come down with a fever or be hit with the common cold at some point during these early school years. Preventative measures can be taken to reduce the likelihood of catching a cold or the flu but it never hurts to be prepared to deal with the related symptoms. 

Shoppers Drug Mart - Get the Most Out of Life

Whether you are new to parenting or looking for helpful information, Shoppers Drug Mart has launched their Get the Most Out of Life site filled with useful tips, product suggestions and relevant articles such as "Getting Beyond Common Cold and Flu Myths." You can select from one of four categories: Healthy Habits, Life Lessons, Women's Wellness, and Family Matters. The site is an endless resource written by experts as well as fellow moms and bloggers with their own wisdom to impart. Of course, Shoppers Drug Mart pharmacists are always available in-store to answer any of your questions and concerns or to help you find what you need. Stop by the new site today and if you find a useful article, please share the link with me. I'd love to read what you find.

In the meantime, Shoppers Drug Mart is offering up a giveaway consisting of the following;
  • Life Brand Extra Strength  Hot Lemon Relief - 10 pack
  • Life Brand Fever Indicator Digital Thermometer
  • Life Brand Vaporizer with 5 pads
  • $25 Shoppers Drug Mart Gift Card
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60 COMMENTS

  1. the cold myths would be interesting to find out if Im doing things that dont really work. Chandra Christine O'Connor

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  2. I always take extra vitamin C when I have a cold.

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  3. I always put a dab of vasoline on my sons nose so when he wipes it doesnt chafe.

    Lori R Jackson

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  4. Make sure to drink LOTS and LOTS of liquids.

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  5. Bailey Dexter I am a true believer in home-made chicken noodle soup!

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  6. My tip is to stay well rested. When you are run down you are more likely to pick up a cold or the flu.

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  7. My tip is when you have a cold drink lots of tea and eat chicken soup, I always find the warm fluids help with the congestion and at least make you feel a little better. (Judy Cowan)

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  8. stay hydrated and ginger tea will help

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  9. Frequent hand washing
    (Debbie W)

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  10. Rest, disinfectant, vitamins and herbal tea. :)

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  11. Drink lots of water!

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  12. wash your hands alot and use mousturizer so they dont get dried out

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  13. Plenty of rest and lots of liquids.

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  14. Drink plenty of water, get fresh air even if you don't feel like it, and lots of sleep!

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  15. Neo Citran. It is a lifesaver. It is the only thing worth living for when you have a really bad cold.

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  16. My two top tips are practicing good hand hygiene and using staying well hydrated.

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  17. My grandmas homemade chicken soup!

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  18. We use raw honey for sore throats and essential oils for congestion. Always helps.

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  19. Get plenty of rest and homemade soupc chicken soup never hurts

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  20. make sure to wash your hands and throw out the used tissues do not leave them laying around, lots of fluids and vitamins and the big one is plenty of rest!!

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  21. wash those hands,,drink your OJ,and get plenty of rest.
    (Karla Sceviour)

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  22. I like to make ginger tea . I buy the root and peel it and do about 2 quarter sized pieces, then steep and if you like add some honey or lemon and it really helps get better faster

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  23. I take oregano as soon as the signs of a sore throat emerge.

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  24. Drink lots and lots of water. - Jenn

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  25. First sign of a sore throat I drink hot honey with lemon juice, it really makes my throat feel better!

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  26. Always have ice water and get loads of sleep

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  27. Lots of water, lots of rest and wash your hands often!

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  28. wash those hands for prevention and if it does catch up to you eat chicken soup

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  29. i use emergn-c and it usually cuts my cold/flu time in half!

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  30. drink lots of fluides, and have lysol wipes. Chandra Christine O'Connor

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    1. Hi Christione, which Lysol wipes were you referring? I think they are different types of wipes but couldn't find enough information on Lysol.ca. Do you mind sharing a the product page with me?
      Jasmine O'Connor

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    2. Hi there, I think there is only one type of wipe on their website. Where is at: http://www.lysol.ca/en/products/disinfectant-wipes/lysol-disinfecting-wipes/

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  31. My tip is to get lots of rest and lots of fluid!

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  32. Get lots of rest, drink lots of OJ and tea and take Zinc and Vitamin C!

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  33. We take oil of oregano during flu season.

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  34. If you are starting to feel under the weather, try drinking vitamin water. I find this helps me ward off a cold.

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  35. My tip is to drink plenty of water and get rest
    thanks

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  36. my tip is hot tea with lemon & honey for cough & sore throat

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  37. Drink lots of fluids,wash your hands frequently and gets lots of rest.

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  38. Use a Neti Pot to clear up your sinuses!

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  39. Get lots of rest and lots of chicken soup.

    Florence C

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  40. Drink lots of fluids!

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  41. I use chap stick on my nose when I'm sick to prevent my nose from drying out from all the nose blowing.

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  42. to soothe a sore throat, drink hot water, honey & lemon

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  43. sleep it off, your body will best fight the cold when you are resting !

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  44. Taking Zinc based products the minute you feel something coming on helps a lot...

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  45. Drink lots of honey tea! It really does help, for me anyways.

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  46. Wash your hands and drink lots of water

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  47. Our tip is that if you don't feel 100% then snuggle up under the blankets and get lots of sleep.

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  48. Wash your hands and drink water

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  49. Drink lots of water and wash your hands.

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  50. Take vitamins and drink lots of fluids.

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  51. Get lots of rest and hot liquids!

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  52. Wash your hands often & if you are sick, get rest & drink lots of fluids.

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