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eep Out of Fluville Wash your little hands often, Through this long flu season, Slippery soap, faucet, sink, Silly don’t take a drink, Scrub your mitts shiny & clean. Ah-choo! cover your nose with a tissue, Cough on your elbow if you need to, Throw your tissue away, That way you’ll stay okay, And keep others from getting Ah-choos! It’s fun to push trains through tunnels, But you mustn’t chew on their funnels, Don’t chomp on your toys, Or let girls and boys, Gnaw off your tracks and trestles. Eat your fruits and vegetables, Yummy carrots, oranges, apples, Eating good food each day, Helps keep flu bugs away, So you don’t get coughs ‘n sniffles. Go to sleep when mother says to, So you get the rest that you need to, No playing through the night, Under covers by flashlight, So each morning you’ll feel fresh and new. Why aren’t you outside running? Kicking balls, skipping ropes or jumping, The harder you play, The healthier you’ll stay, So flu bugs won’t come calling. compliments of Pritchett & Hull Associates, Inc.

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eep Out of Fluville

Parents, Flu season is an important time to remind your little ones to do little things to help them stay healthy:

® Wash hands often for 20 seconds or more.

® Cough or sneeze into a tissue (or their elbow) and throw tissue away.

® Don’t put toys in mouth.

® Get plenty of sleep & exercise.

® Eat healthy meals.

Talk with your child’s doctor about a flu shot. Make the decision that is best for your child. compliments of Pritchett & Hull Associates, Inc. ®

Atlanta, GA • 800-241-4925 • www.p-h.com Bringing Patients & Health Together

Copyright © 2010 Pritchett & Hull Associates, Inc.


Keep out of Fluville: Pediatric Flu Prevention Guide