The Ultimate 7 Piece Sick Day Survival Kit

Being sick can be a miserable experience. Your cold symptoms won’t let up, that sore throat feels like glass shards, your head is pounding! You wish you could breathe out of both of your nostrils and long for the day that you will no longer have a sore nose from blowing it so much. But don’t worry… Things can only look up from here! We’ve come up with the ultimate list of the 7 things you need to keep you sane, comforted and help you #GetWellFaster.

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1. Comfortable clothes. To start your sick day off right, you want to be sure that you as comfortable as possible. If you’re lucky enough to be taking the day off, you can slip into your sweatpants or your comfiest pajamas. If you just can’t take a sick day, make sure the clothes you pick for the day won’t add to your discomfort! Baggy knits, leggings, fuzzy boots, whatever will keep you warm and cozy! Here are some great ideas.

2. Your Sick Day Necessities. The bare basics, of course, are tissues and hand sanitizer. These are great to keep close at all times, whether in your robe pockets, on your nightstand or in your purse. But the rest of the necessities will vary and can include things like moisturizing creams, lip balms, heating pads, water bottles, thermoses, thermometers, and anything else that you want to keep close on your sick day. Our tip? Make a checklist! By keeping your very own inventory count of your necessities you will be sure to have a full stock ready for if you fall ill.

3. Somewhere to Rest. Resting when you’re sick is crucial because you need to give your body the time and opportunity to fight off the virus. Whether it’s your couch, your bed, a blanket fort or your own little nook , curl up with some cozy blankets and surround yourself with the fluffiest pillows to make it easier for you to get lots of regenerating rest.

4. Lots and Lots of Fluids. Another important factor in nursing yourself back to health is making sure that you are getting enough fluids in your system. Whether you pick teas, juices, soups or just plain water, stay hydrated so that your body can be in its best condition to fight off the virus and clear your secretions. To add your own personal spin on your drinks, try adding some ingredients that could help ease your cold, like ginger, honey, and lemon. Here’s one of our favorite recipes for Ginger-honey-lemon tea!

5. Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy. While rest and fluids are essential to help you fight your cold, taking Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy product as soon as you start to feel cold symptoms is the best way to actually shorten your cold. Cold-EEZE lozenges have been clinically proven to shorten the common cold by almost half. NEW this season, Cold-EEZE is introducing Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Plus Natural Multi-Symptom Relief that will not only reduce the duration of your cold, but will help relieve the symptoms of BOTH cold and flu! To ease that nasty cough, chest and nose congestion and even soothe your sore throat, keep a box of these in your sick day survival kit to help you get well faster!

6. Nourishment. It’s very important to stay nourished— especially while sick. You may feel weak and not well enough to cook a hefty and well balanced meal, but luckily there are many easy recipes that you can cook up in no time AND will even help you feel better by incorporating ingredients like garlic, ginger and cayenne pepper! Chicken noodle soups are an obvious go-to and have been since your childhood, but have you ever tried them like this? If you’re not a fan of chicken noodle, there are many other delicious soups and stews that you can choose from, and you can find more quick, easy and healthy recipes right here!

7. Entertainment. Whether you’re stuck in bed for hours on end, or you need to take your mind off your suffering for a while, entertainment is an important part of any sick day. Turn the TV to your favorite guilty-pleasures, flick on the Netflix, or just direct your Smartphone browser to the Cold-EEZE Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest to find plenty of links, videos and tips to put a smile on your face.

That’s it! Sick days are horrible no matter what, but with these 7 things, it might not be that bad, and you will greatly increase the chances that you will be back to health much faster! So snuggle up in your comfy clothes, jump into your resting-nook of choice with a hot cup of tea and tell yourself that even though you’re feeling awful, this will actually be the BEST sick day you’ve ever had!

What are your sick day essentials? Share with us here on the blog, or on our Facebook page, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram.

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Sick At the Office—Cold and Flu Etiquette

Office Colds As the weather changes and many people find themselves with an awful cough or runny nose, nothing is worse than coming into the office and finding your desk neighbor is miserable and suffering from all the dreaded common cold symptoms. The last thing you want to do is be in the line of fire, but as office settings are usually in close quarters, it is inevitable that you will come into contact with contaminated surfaces and fall victim to the common cold or flu at some point this year. So what is the proper office etiquette when you’re sick?

  1. Sneeze into your elbow. Sneezing into your hand can cause a major spread of germs, so sneezing into your elbow keeps the spreading of germs to a minimum.
  2. Wash your hands and keep hand sanitizer/wipes at your desk. When you are sick, frequently wash your hands with soap and warm water. It’s always good to have hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes to clean office supplies such as your computer keyboard, mouse and office phone.
  3. Excuse yourself from shaking hands. We all know the professional thing to do is to shake hands when you meet someone, but would you want to be on the receiving end of a germy handshake? It’s OK to say, “I’m so sorry, but I’m not feeling my best today and don’t want to get you sick.” They will appreciate it.

*Bonus Tip: Try to make it a habit of blowing your nose into a tissue using your left hand as another attempt to avoid giving a germy handshake.

  1. Wash your coffee cup or water bottle with hot, soapy water. When you or someone around you is sick, germs tend to get everywhere, even on the cups we drink out of. Every day, make an effort to wash your coffee cup and/or water bottle with hot, soapy water to remove any contamination.
  2. Stay home from work: If you are feeling extremely under the weather and are contagious, it is in your best interest (and for your fellow work companions) to stay home, get some rest and boost your immune system.

If it is imperative that you attend work while sick, the best solution is the one that will shorten the duration of your common cold altogether! As soon as you feel yourself getting a runny or stuffy nose, make sure to begin taking Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy every 2-4 hours and get plenty of rest. Take Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy lozenges, which are Clinically Proven to shorten the duration of the common cold by almost half!  Also consider new Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Plus Natural Immune Support + Natural Energy, formulated with zinc gluconate, rose hips and Echinacea, to shorten the duration of the common cold while providing natural immune support and restoring your energy naturally. If you know of any other helpful ways to keep your sick germs to yourself and keep your co-workers healthy, make sure you share it with the Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy community by logging on to the Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Facebook Page or by commenting right here, on the Get Well Faster Blog.

Cold vs. Allergies: How Can You Tell?

Stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat… all tell-tale signs that you are about to come down with the common cold — or are they? What’s really behind your symptoms: a summer cold or that pesky seasonal allergy? The two dreaded ailments of summer unfortunately share similar symptoms.

But all you need is a little help from our Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy team! We put together a handy infographic, below, which you can use to compare your symptoms, properly treat what’s causing your discomfort and steer clear of an escalated illness!

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If you have seasonal allergies, try the following:

  1. Avoid going out early morning/ late afternoon
  2. Wash clothes that you wore outside
  3. Take a shower before going to bed

If you find that you have a summer cold, don’t despair! Follow these tips and you will be back to enjoying your favorite summer activities in no time!

  1. Start taking a product with zinc gluconate to shorten your cold
  2. Wash your hands often, for at least 20 seconds
  3. Get lots of rest, fluids and a balanced diet

And if you do, in fact, have cold symptoms, make sure you try our Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy lozenges, which are clinically proven to shorten the duration of the common cold by almost half! If you’re looking for convenience and some additional support for your immune system, check out our new Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Plus Natural Immune Support + Natural Energy, formulated with zinc gluconate, rose hips and Echinacea, to shorten the duration of the common cold while providing natural immune support and restoring your energy naturally.

Have you ever mistaken a cold for allergies, or the other way around?

Share with the Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy community on the Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Facebook Page or comment right here, on the Get Well Faster Blog. We want to hear from you!

How to Work Out When You’re Sick with a Cold

We’ve all been achy and bed-ridden with cold symptoms and it definitely puts a damper on our daily routines. The foods you normally love may not have any taste and you may be too weak to get through your daily workout routine. You go back and forth between what workout you should do, but the question remains… should you workout at all when you’re suffering a cold?

Believe it or not, according to Dr. Richard Besser, light to moderate activity may actually help you feel better!

By following these 5 workout tips, you will still be able to shape up while combating those sniffles:

  1. The Neck Test: Before beginning a workout, do the ‘neck test’. If your symptoms are all above the neck (runny nose, sore throat, etc), it is okay to do light to moderate exercise. But if you have symptoms such as body aches, chills or stomach problems, take it easy until you’re feeling better.
  2. Walk:  Having a cold may affect your energy levels. If your symptoms are all above the neck (runny nose, etc.), it is okay to walk at an easy to moderate pace. Start with a 20 minute walk—you can stop, stretch and add some stretch exercises as these combinations will make you feel better in general.
  3. Jog: This form ofmoderate cardio can help clear congestion and boost energy levels. However, if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, nausea or failed the neck test, hold off until symptoms subside.
  4. Yoga: Breathing exercises and gentle stretching can help relieve aches, pains and sinus infections. Consider a slow style of practice that focuses on gentle postures, proper body alignment and controlled breathing. Remember, don’t overdo it.
  5. Strength Training: Slow-paced, low intensity weight training is great when you’re sick, and you can even do it in the comfort of your living room. Start with easy exercises that don’t require you to use all of your energy and opt for a lighter set of weights.

It is important to remember that exercising with a cold can be more challenging and you have to listen to your body to know your limits. Symptoms such as a cough or sore throat can certainly weaken your workouts, but it is still possible to stay active if you keep it at a low to moderate intensity!

Maintaining healthy habits overall may even keep you from getting sick in the first place. Be sure to wash your hands frequently, eat a balanced diet, drink plenty of water and get adequate sleep. If you do end up getting sick, take Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy lozenges, which are clinically proven to shorten the duration of the common cold by almost half!  Also consider new  Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Plus Natural Immune Support + Natural Energy, formulated with zinc gluconate, rose hips and Echinacea, to shorten the duration of the common cold while providing natural immune support and restoring your energy naturally.

What are the workouts you do when you have a cold? Make sure you share them with the Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy community on the Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Facebook Page or commenting right here, on the Get Well Faster Blog.

In Appreciation of the Inspiring Words of ESPN’s First Take Host, Stephen A. Smith

At Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy, we like to honor exceptional people, especially those who inspire others; and the May 23rd speech by ESPN’s First Take host, Stephen A. Smith did just that. He provided a beautiful, clear message from his heart to our nation’s youth about the value of hard work and what it takes to achieve one’s goals. During a time when so many graduation speeches are filled with sugar-coated words of enthusiasm, Stephen’s words were honest, straight forward and offered a much needed perspective on success.

The Cold-EEZE team echoes the ideas emphasized in Stephen’s speech in our belief in the importance of tenacity, education and drive. His comments truly resonated with us— not only were his words motivating, but provided guidance for all youth in our country. His speech is deeply relevant to all communities, moving our CEO, Ted Karkus, to tears, and to tape the segment to share with his teenage sons.

In response to Stephen’s compelling message, and because we pride ourselves in modeling our culture with a strong emphasis on perseverance, we have decided to increase our advertising with ESPN and ESPN2. In the coming months, the Cold-EEZE team will be exploring ways of honoring Stephen’s message and encourage the youth community to never give up and do what needs to be done, to bring their dreams to fruition.

What do you think about Stephen A’s speech? Share with us – We’re eager to hear from you!

How to Avoid Spring Allergies

The long winter season has made this year’s allergy season one for the books!  Runny nose, sore throats, sneezing, itchy eyes—you name it, we got it! With the temperatures rising and sunny days lining up the forecast, no allergy sufferer wants to spend their time cooped up inside.

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It’s time to step out of misery and into the beautiful springtime weather without the fear of dreadful allergy symptoms. Instead of missing out on some of your favorite activities, there are surprising ways to (hopefully!) lessen the effects of the season and get back outdoors. Follow these helpful tips to have an allergy-free and fun-filled spring:

1. Become a pro at recognizing allergy symptoms. Is it a cold or is it allergies? Recognizing symptoms will be extremely helpful in taking the right medicine. Some allergy symptoms include:

  • Runny nose
  • Watery eyes
  • Sneezing
  • Coughing
  • Itchy eyes and nose
  • Dark circles under the eye

2. Timing is everything.  Outsmart pollen as you go out. Pollination happens mostly at dawn and dusk; so if possible, arrange your schedule to move all outdoor activities to the afternoon. And once you’re outside…

3. Don’t get mistaken for a flower. Pollen will stick more easily to synthetic fabrics, compared to natural clothes so try to avoid them when partaking in outdoor activities.

4. Take a shower before going to sleep. Why? Believe it or not, pollen does stick to your hair.  By taking a shower before bed, you will avoid having pollen all over your pillows and bed sheets.

5. Have a balanced diet, exercise, and take vitamins. When it’s time for season transition, our body needs to readjust. It’s important to be in good shape and stay healthy! Since the winter season tends to weaken our bodies, make sure to eat healthy and exercise to boost your immune system and maximize energy.

Are you following all precautions and all of the doctor’s orders, but still have the sniffles? There could be a chance that you are suffering from a spring cold and you are mistaking allergy symptoms with cold symptoms. There is nothing worse than having a cough or sore throat during the springtime when friends and family are partaking in fun activities. Take Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy lozenges which are clinically proven to shorten the duration of the common cold by almost half!  Also consider new  Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Plus Natural Immune Support + Natural Energy, formulated with zinc gluconate, rose hips and Echinacea, to shorten the duration of the common cold while providing natural immune support and restoring your energy naturally.

If you know of any other helpful tricks to keep your allergies or a cold at bay, make sure you share them with the Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy community by logging on to the Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Facebook Page or commenting right here, on the Get Well Faster Blog.

#NEWQuickMelts Sweepstakes Winners!

This winter, we challenged our loyal fans to get creative and let us know how they prepared for the cold season through Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy’s #NEWQuickMelts Giveaway!

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Participants were asked to upload their photos with the hashtag #NewQuickMelts in hopes of winning a Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy care package. With over 90 great fan photos, 22 winners were selected and sent care packages to help get them through any colds all winter long.

As spring is upon us, it’s time to highlight some of our favorite entries and celebrate some of the winners of the #NEWQuickMelts Giveaway. Thanks to all who participated!

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5 Ways to Get Rid of a Runny Nose

Do you find yourself always sniffling and searching for a Kleenex?  Whether you’re battling the onset of a cold or dealing with seasonal allergies, it’s no fun to always have to have a box of tissues on hand.  To continue helping our fans find ways to help treat those dreaded common cold symptoms, follow these tips and remedies to combat excessive drainage from your nose:

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1. Use Saline Spray: Runny noses and mucus can get extremely annoying, but thinning your mucus can help rid the symptoms. Buy a saline nasal spray or make your own by dissolving ¼ teaspoon of salt in 2 cups of warm distilled water. You can use a suction bulb to put in one nostril at a time and sniff it up. Use as needed and you will be on your way to a speedy recovery.

2. Bedtime Remedy: We all hate sleeping with a runny nose; it’s hard to get comfortable, constantly reaching for a tissue, and arguing with which side to face. Here’s the best position: Prop your head up and elevate about 10 inches to help nasal discharge drain instead of running down your throat resulting in a longer cold.

3. Take a Hot Shower: Inhale the steam while in the shower. The hot steam will unclog your nose and will kill the viruses, causing your sinuses to drain. *Bonus tip: Let your bathroom steam up before hopping in and spend a few minutes loosening up that congestion!

4. Mustard oil: Mustard oil is a simple, yet effective, remedy for getting rid of a runny nose. Take ½ cup boiled vapor water and add 2 tbsp of mustard oil to it. Then inhale the vapor with long breaths. Do it several times throughout the day to clear out your nose.

5. Invest in a Humidifier: If your runny nose is coupled with or turns into congestion, dry air in your bedroom can be culprit, thickening and drying out mucus in your nose and throat. Try a humidifier when you’re sleeping to clear out your sinuses so you can wake up being able to smell the spring flowers bloom!

If you followed these tips and still find you are not feeling well, the very best solution is the one that will shorten the duration of your common cold altogether! As soon as you feel yourself getting a runny or stuffy nose, make sure to begin taking Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy every 2-4 hours and get plenty of rest. Take Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy lozenges, which are Clinically Proven to shorten the duration of the common cold by almost half!  Also consider new Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Plus Natural Immune Support + Natural Energy, formulated with zinc gluconate, rose hips and Echinacea, to shorten the duration of the common cold while providing natural immune support and restoring your energy naturally.  If you know of any other helpful ways to ward off a runny nose, make sure you share it with the Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy community by logging on to the Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Facebook Page or by commenting right here, on the Get Well Faster Blog.

Best Ways to Stay Healthy This V-Day!

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! Whether you’re planning a romantic candlelight dinner or looking for that perfect outfit for your dinner plans, running around making sure everything is perfect is no easy task.  And with all of the excitement surrounding the big day of love, nothing is worse than dealing with the onset of a cold.  The last thing you want as you prepare for your first kiss or the perfect kiss is your romantic lip-locking session to be interrupted by a runny nose or nasal congestion!

Since Valentine’s Day is in the peak of the cold and flu season, Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy has put together several “intimate” ways to stay healthy during your passionate and unforgettable night!

  • Double up on kissing – Did you know that exchanging bacteria with loved ones can help strengthen your immune system? So feel free to pucker up more!
  • Hit the gym – Regular exercise allows you to improve your overall fitness, which can ultimately help to boost your overall health and look good in that little black dress for that special dinner.
  • Listen to your favorite tunes – Music increases immunoglobulin A (IgA) production, an immune boosting protein. So try spending the night holding your love close to you and share a dance by the fireplace.
  • Take your partner for a coffee date! – Hot liquids help wash the virus out of your mouth and down into your stomach where it can’t grow due to the acids.
  • Don’t blow your nose! – As congesting as it sounds, don’t blow your nose; use a decongestant! Blowing too hard can sometimes push the mucus up into your sinuses, making you sicker.
  • Relax at the spa – Studies show that sitting in a sauna can detox a cold right out of your system – spa day for two on the 14th, please!

Still not feeling your best? Amongst your piles of Hershey’s kisses, take Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy lozenges, which are clinically proven to shorten the duration of the common cold by almost half!  Also consider new Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Plus Natural Immune Support + Natural Energy QuickMelts, formulated with zinc gluconate, Rose Hips and Echinacea, to shorten the duration of the common cold while providing natural immune support and restoring your energy naturally.

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Planning any intimate Valentine’s Day dates that will also keep you healthy? Make sure you share it with the Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy community by logging on to the Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Facebook Page or comment right here, on the Get Well Faster Blog.

Cold & Flu Season is in Full Swing – Top Tips for Staying Healthy

“Get the flu vaccine!” That’s the number one piece of advice we keep hearing over and over again, available at your doctor or local pharmacy.  But if we opt out of the vaccine, what are other ways to keep our bodies safe from viruses? According to the CDC, in just one week in early January alone there was a nationwide increase of 26.2% in positive flu cases.

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Whether we decide on the vaccine or not, common cold germs are always around so we should all be protecting ourselves and our families in order to lower the chances of contracting the cold.  Following these simple tips will help keep those germs away and help many stay healthy all winter long.

Don’t touch eyes, nose and mouth. It’s inevitable; we are going to come into contact with germs! But we can protect ourselves from illness if we avoid touching our eyes, nose and mouth. Germs enter the body through these membranes, so avoiding contact is beneficial for staying healthy.

Continue to wash your hands often. One of the best and most important ways to stay healthy and avoid the cold and flu in 2014 is to wash your hands regularly. It is recommended to wash for a full 20 seconds to wash all those germs away. Rule of thumb: sing the ‘Happy Birthday’ song twice and you’re good to go!

Don’t spread germs. Keeping germs to yourself is crucial in keeping you, and everyone you come in contact with, healthy. Aside from washing your hands, when you have to cough or sneeze, do it into your elbow to avoid the spread of your germs.

Eat healthy. Having a balanced and nutritious diet helps strengthen your immune system and helps keep you from getting sick in the first place. Look for your favorite fruits and veggies at the grocery store and avoid foods that make you feel run down and tired.

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Even when following these tips and living a healthy lifestyle, the occasional germs will slip through the cracks resulting in cold symptoms. There is nothing worse than having a cough or sore throat while trying to stick to a hectic work schedule and worry about passing it along to others. Take Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy lozenges which are Clinically Proven to shorten the duration of the common cold by almost half!  Also consider new Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Plus Natural Immune Support + Natural Energy, formulated with zinc gluconate, rose hips and Echinacea, to shorten the duration of the common cold while providing natural immune support and restoring your energy naturally.

#NEWQuickMelts Sweepstakes Winners!

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Enter to win one of 22 ultimate care packages. Random drawings every week day until January 28, 2014! You can post photos to your personal Twitter or Instagram accounts, to the Cold-EEZE Facebook Page Timeline, or using the photo uploader here: https://www.facebook.com/ColdEEZE/app_208195102528120

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Cold-EEZE Cares This Holiday Season

While many are spending their afternoons hitting the mall for some last minute holiday shopping, Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy, City Harvest, The Daily News, the FDNY and host of ABC’s The View, Jenny McCarthy, took a break from their crazy schedules to help those in need during the holiday season at The Daily News Readers Care to Feed the Hungry Canned Food Drive (DNRC).

At the December 12th event presented by City Harvest and Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy and hosted by FDNY, the lovely and bubbly Jenny McCarthy, donning her warm Cold-EEZE winter hat, braved the harsh weather to help collect canned goods to help feed the hungry in New York. Fans and local New Yorkers came out to a midtown Manhattan FDNY firehouse to donate canned goods and to meet, take pictures with and get an autograph from Jenny!

 

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City Harvest is dedicated to feeding more than one million New Yorkers that face hunger by rescuing excess food and delivering it to its network of more than 500 soup kitchens and food pantries across the city. Last year’s food drive collected over one million pounds of food, and this year City Harvest hopes to collect even more to help keep the shelves stocked at emergency food programs all across the city.

Jenny mentioned (and tweeted!) that she was thrilled to partner with Cold-EEZE and City Harvest to not only collect canned goods for the holiday season, but to encourage everyone to stock up and take their Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy to prevent those pesky coughs and sniffles during the winter months.

Of course plenty of Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy products were handed out to make sure all of the brave New Yorkers who came out in the cold were prepared to shorten any colds they catch!

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In case you missed out on this City Harvest food drive and would still like to donate to those in need this holiday season, visit http://www.cityharvest.org/donate-food for more information.

Also, don’t forget to log on to the Cold-EEZE Facebook Page or the Get Well Sooner Blog to connect with the Cold-EEZE community. While you’re there, let us know if you participated in the City Harvest food drive and please share your experience as well as pictures with Jenny! If not, we would love to hear how you and your family are giving back this holiday season!

 

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