Have you ever wondered why people get sick more often in the winter? Although we’ve been trained to believe that we need to “bundle up or we’ll catch a cold,” the temperature outside has nothing to do with it.
The truth is, during the colder winter months we stay cooped up indoors, where we more frequently come into contact with other people and their germs. From holiday parties to grocery stores and school to work, we commute from one germ-infested location to another, carrying the germs along with us as we go.
Luckily, there ARE things we can do to fight germs this winter season that will give you and your family a better chance of winning the germ war.