Tips to avoid Typhoid and Cholera11:52 AM
During the rainy season, we moms not become concerned with keeping our home safe and dry from floods but we also become quite paranoid with our family's health. Diseases become more common during the rainy days and I'm not only talking about colds and cough here. What we do not usually know is that, even after the floods subside, culprits of deadly diseases are still here.
The Department of Health (DOH) warns us about Typhoid Fever and Cholera, two diseases related to contaminated water and floods. Read the infographic below to know more about these diseases.
Special thanks to P&G and Joy Dishwashing Liquid for sharing this with us.
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