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COVID19 and Newborn Care Best Practices

COVID19 and Newborn Care Best Practices for our Night Nurses and Postpartum Caregivers working in the family home have been updated as the coronavirus pandemic evolves. Vaccinations are now widely available and covid19 testing easily accessible, so we’re able to service more families while still remaining vigilant with safety. Below is a breakdown of our […]

Flu Shots and COVID: Yes, We Need Both Vaccines!

Flu Shots and COVID vaccines are powerful health tools that keep us safe. Our resident expert, Public Health Nurse and Infection Prevention Specialist, Laura Hegarty-Moore explains why both are important to good health, and dispels some common myths about flu shots and COVID. Why is it more important than ever to get your flu vaccine […]

How to Wear and Care for Your Mask

Masks are effective at preventing the spread of covid19 and other airborne illnesses when worn and stored properly. Know how to wear and care for your mask to stay safe: Instead of simply saying Wear a mask! we’d like to say, Wear a mask…properly!   Here are the most effective ways to wear a mask when out in public: […]

Hand Sanitizers Test Positive for Toxic Methanol

Updated, May 2022 – Just because they sell it, doesn’t mean it’s safe. Throw away these hand sanitizers immediately because these Hand Sanitizers Test Positive for Toxic Methanol. Methanol can be toxic when absorbed through the skin or ingested. It can also be life-threatening when ingested. The FDA has already received reports of products causing blindness, […]

COVID19 Safety Recommendations from an Infection Prevention Specialist

COVID19 Safety Recommendations from an Infection Prevention Specialist and Public Health RN, Laura Hegarty-Moore, RN, MPH.  Laura us an LMS alumnus and now works at MarinHealth Medical Center in Greenbrae, CA, working on the frontlines of the pandemic. COVID19 Safety Recommendations Cover your face in public. First, let’s talk about masks-yes, they ARE effective!  Masks, […]