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7 Fall 2020 Color Trends From The Runways To Start Shopping For Now
August 7 2020
Despite still keeping your air conditioner on high, the end of summer is quickly approaching, which means it's time to start making your three-month plan of action. From a fashion standpoint, this means swapping out your lightweight tees for cozy sweaters, and your denim cutoffs for wool pants. And while you curate your autumn wardrobe, consider familiarizing yourself with fashion's Fall 2020 color trends. Some are exactly what you picture when you think of fall (black, grey, royal blue), while others are a bit more unexpected.
Face shields, masks with valves ineffective against COVID-19 spread: study
September 1 2020
If the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines aren't enough to convince you that face shields alone shouldn't be used to stop the spread of COVID-19, then maybe a new visualization study will.
Sciessent and Hugies Partner to Develop Reusable Face Masks with Agion® Antimicrobial Protection in the Fight Against COVID-19
July 29, 2020
SCIESSENT AND HUGIES PARTNER TO DEVELOP REUSABLE FACE MASKS WITH AGION® ANTIMICROBIAL PROTECTION IN THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19
How to Proactively Prepare for Distance Learning | This fall doesn’t have to be like the spring.
April 5 2020
Normally we rely on teachers and counselors or coaches and people in our communities to help us spot problems, then identify solutions. We try to build a village to not have to do everything alone. But now the village is quarantined, and it’s increasingly clear it’s still on us to try and make the best decisions for our families — though it feels like there are 200,000 new choices to make every day.
10 Productive Things to Do During the Coronavirus Pandemic
April 16 2020
In the age of coronavirus, social distancing and stay-at-home orders are in place across the country, making life feel far from normal. While you're no longer living your regular day-to-day routine and are trapped at home, you can still be productive and find things to do during coronavirus.
Trust us, there's more to do than just binge-watch your favorite TV show.
We'll walk you through 10 productive things to do and ways to make the most out of your time while staying at home.
Your pillowcase has more bacteria than your toilet seat if you don't wash your sheets often
May 30th 2020
Each night, your body sheds around 15 million skin cells, which build up if you don't wash your sheets often. You're essentially providing food for thousands of dust mites.
A User's Guide To Masks: What's Best At Protecting Others (And Yourself)
1 July 2020
A growing body of evidence supports the idea that wearing face masks in public, even when you feel well, can help curb the spread of the coronavirus — since people can spread the virus even without showing symptoms. That's the main reason to wear a mask: to protect other people from you.
8 things you need to know before making or buying your own mask
30 April 2020
With the recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that people wear cloth face coverings in public to help slow the spread of COVID-19, many people are buying or making their own cloth face masks. While cloth face coverings are not a substitute for social distancing or N95 masks (these should be left for health care workers), they can help minimize the spread of the coronavirus.
How face masks, gloves and other coronavirus waste is polluting our ocean
11 Jun 2020Coronavirus waste has become a new form of pollution as single-use personal protective equipment (PPE) floods our ocean. COVID-19 has had a number of unexpected impacts on the environment, curtailing recycling and increasing the use of plastic around the world. Governments need to act now to ensure a green recovery that incentivizes sustainability.