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The Best Defense Against Swine Flu
Date:4/30/2009

l with fun-loving and sophisticated graphics sure to capture the attention of the most demanding audience. A special pediatric series of posters was developed by award-winning illustrator Wayne Patrick to stress the importance of thorough and regular hand washing and "cover the cough" behavior by young children.

All hygiene etiquette posters are available in three popular sizes and can be ordered fully framed from a wide selection of clinical grade frames for wall or counter.

Despite the best efforts of responsible professionals, infectious disease in American hospitals, schools and public buildings is now at a critical level. According to recent national estimates, there are over 1,700,000 hospital infections, including 350,000 new MRSA cases, leading to 90,000 deaths each year. While these numbers are alarming, you can immediately reduce the spread of germs, viruses and infection by deploying the products created by IHD. In response to the emerging health threat of the Swine Flu, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, declared funds to be released to support the public health response.

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