Are Vanderbilt University Parent Concerns over Student Dorm Influenza Outbreak Warranted?
Temperatures in Nashville are quite chilly this winter. The Influenza outbreak across the United States has many parents of college students concerned over health risks in campus housing. The situation at Vanderbilt University is no exception.
What can parents do to protect their children who live in the dorm on campus at Vanderbilt? Simple suggestions can help keep your student healthy during this deadly flu season. Adding a daily multi-vitamin, eating lots of fruits and vegetables and making sure to wash your hands regularly and thoroughly will help.
Unfortunately students at Vanderbilt don’t have time to focus on eating a high antioxidant diet as they are busy with college classes, homework, exams and projects. That is why I sent my son to college with XO Healthy Chocolate supplements. These chocolate squares have the antioxidant value similar to eating up to 8 servings of fruit and vegetables a day when you eat three pieces daily. Even better, these chocolate power squares are only 33 calories each since they do not have the waxes, fillers and processed sugars like you find in candy store bought chocolate.
Protect your college student by increasing antioxidants to strengthen the immune system. Order a Vanderbilt University Care package just in time for Valentine’s Day. The current Valentine’s Day promo is valid through February 14th and is a variety pack of Nuggets, Power Squares, Omega Squares and Xobiotic. This combination will easily last a month eating 3 pieces a day.
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