Archive September 2016


A Proactive Approach to Protecting Student Athletes from Germs

As a high school athlete there is always risk for injury and threat of a tough opponent on the other team, but those aren’t the only factors working against them. Whether student athletes are in the weight room, locker room, or on the wrestling mat they come in contact with germs, bacteria and viruses spread across…

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How to Protect Students from Hidden Germs in Locker Rooms

Damp, sweaty, locker rooms have never really been considered the gold standard for cleanliness. However, recently they have been at the center of increasing concern about serious infections that can be harboring amongst the general grime. Coli, Candida, and even MRSA have been popping up in locker rooms – and schools, parents, and athletes are…

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5 Ways To Avoid Locker Room Germs

Whether you are in an athletic club locker room, a high school locker room or your local gym locker room; they all have one thing in common – germs. There is a very good chance that any surface you come in contact with at the gym is infected with bacteria and viruses. From your shoes,…

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Locker Room Health Hazards: What You Need to Know

With the recent attention on locker room associated infections from high schools on up to the NFL, being able to ensure a safe and truly clean locker room environment is more important now than ever. As schools reopen this month, it’s worth considering the risks that locker room environments pose to your students – and…

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