About germs & illness prevention

41 About Germs And Illness Prevention

All you need to know about germs and breaking the chain of infection

We’ve a handy guide to help you stay healthy through better hygiene.  Harmful germs and bacteria can lurk in unexpected places and we may even unwittingly contribute to their spread, so learn the basics about germs and how to prevent illness by breaking the chain of infection. 

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Keep Healthy This Monsoon Season

The Monsoon season brings a much needed break from the scorching summer heat. However, while the refreshing rain is welcomed with open arms, it also brings with it a host of potential health...

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Difference between cold and flu

Do you know how to differentiate if you have a cold or  a flu? We point out the difference between cold and flu.

There is a sudden change in temperature one day and your nose begins to...

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Typhoid is a bacterial infection that can affect several organs in the body. The disease is highly contagious and can lead to death if not treated on time. Find out how to spot the signs of a...

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Tips to prevent infection

Sometimes it is just a challenge to keep yourself and your family away from infections. It is not enough to keep the obvious runny nose and cough at bay. You need to find useful and practical...

411 Germs 101

Germs 101

What are germs? Are all germs harmful? How do they spread? And how do germs and bacteria get into the body? We’ll answer your questions.

413 Hygiene In Rainy Season

Hygiene in Monsoon/Rainy Season

Monsoons can bring a lot of possible health challenges, with stagnant water, mosquitoes and disease. Try out Dettol’s guide on how best to avoid illness.

412 Preventing Disease Infection Control

Preventing disease and infection control

Concerned about germs in your home? Don’t worry, focusing on the germ hotspots will help protect your family from common illnesses caused by some viruses and bacteria.

Article 2 - How to prevent cold & flu

How to Prevent Cold & Flu

A huge number of people are affected by the cold and flu virus every year but what is the difference between the two?

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