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The Doctors share a simple hack that just might help prevent your household from getting sick!
With cold and flu season just around the corner, we encourage you to re-think your tissue box. Often, used tissues -- which are probably covered in germs -- end up next to your clean tissue box. To keep the germy tissues contained, take an empty tissue box and tether it to the full box.
This simple hack will help to keep those germ-filled used tissues contained and will help cut down on others coming into contact with them.
A reminder -- always wash your hands after interacting with someone who is sick or if you are helping to care for someone under the weather.