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Your kids are exposed to other people's germs in many ways, but taking some simple precautions decreases your child's chances of picking up a cold or flu virus.
Sometimes the best way to keep your kids healthy is to band together with the other adults in their lives and make a plan. Here are five questions to ask your child's teacher:
If your child's teacher or day-care worker seems overwhelmed or unprepared for sickness in the classroom, offer to help. If you have the time, stop in and wipe down the toys when you pick up your child. Also, communicate with other parents — a community effort is much more effective in keeping kids healthy.