SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — Whether you're heading out of town for Christmas or staying home, 'tis the season for the cold and flu.
Dr. Eunice Sanchez-Mata from Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group visits Morning Extra with tips to help you have a healthier holiday.
Some of the tips Dr. Sanchez-Mata shared include:
• Stay well-fed and hydrated
• Keep a regular sleep routine
• Get the flu shot
• Wash your hands and cover your cough
• If traveling, investigate what to pack for health dangers that may await you
• Plan family walks to keep active
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