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ASK ‘DR V.’ HOW TO STAY HEALTHY THIS TIME OF YEAR

TV Host Dr. Yael Varnado, MD, Shares Her Top Suggestions for Staying Healthy During the Cold & Fly Season
 
As the world deals with a pandemic, staying healthy is more important than ever. That’s why it’s fall wellness is about taking pro-active steps that can help keep us safe and healthy. We have trusted health and lifestyle expert, Dr. Yael Varnado, affectionately called “Dr. V,” on TV, is here to show your viewers and listeners where to find some timely tips and products to stay as healthy as possible. “Dr. V” is a practicing physician at John Hopkins Hospital. She has garnered the respect of her peers, patients, and the public with her blend of passion-driven clinical knowledge she shares on network TV shows like Dr. Oz. Dr. V will explains why it’s important to recognize that this fall will provide special challenges for staying healthy.  

IMPORTANT THING PEOPLE CAN DO TO STAY HEALTHY
The most important thing people can do is to make sure they keep their health top-of-mind. There are so many factors at play in our day-to-day lives that impact our well-being and taking better care of yourself can be as easy as swapping out a light bulb. Choosing the right lighting is important as we spend more time inside our homes and in front of screens, especially as we embark on the fall and winter months ahead. But not all LEDs are created equal. Look for the Philips EyeComfort label on the product packaging to know your bulbs meet quality standards and offer lighting that’s easy on your eyes. Available in all of the most common light bulb shapes and sizes, Philips EyeComfort LEDs comply with specific criteria – such as flicker, strobe and glare to help provide comfort, whether you’re reading, working or relaxing at home. Learn more about Philips EyeComfort LEDs at Philips.com/eyecomfort.

GETTING SICK
My suggestion is to try natural remedies when possible. A great example is to help your body the natural way with Boiron’s non-drowsy ColdCalm meltaway tablets. They are easy to take at the first sign of a cold to relieve sneezing, runny nose, nasal congestion, and minor sore throat pain. They can be used for everyone ages three and up and unlike conventional medications that mask full-blown symptoms, ColdCalm tablets target specific symptoms at every stage of the common cold. They dissolve quickly under the tongue without water, chewing, or swallowing pills and they will not interact with other medications or supplements. For more information, visit www.coldcalm.com


ANY OTHER SUGGESTIONS TO AVOIDING GETTING SICK THIS TIME OF YEAR  
Make sure you’re getting enough sleep. My tip for this is SugarBear Sleep gummies. They’re vegan, non-habit-forming and free of artificial sweeteners. The berry-flavored, chewable gummies help you fall asleep, stay asleep and wake up feeling refreshed. SugarBear Sleep gummies have melatonin and a proprietary ‘Rest Well Blend’ that is designed to optimize sleep, with flavors like Lemon Balm Leaf and Passionflower. Also, check out their best-selling SugarBear Hair vitamin flavored with natural berries and essential vitamins to promote healthy hair. Get them at SugarBearHair.com.
 

OTHER WELLNESS TIPS
Don’t forget about your skin. An effective cleanser like CeraVe Acne Foaming Cream Cleanser is the first step of an anti-acne regimen. It is formulated with 4% benzoyl peroxide to help clear and treat acne and blackheads, plus three essential ceramides to help maintain the skin barrier, allowing skin to heal, while helping to prevent new acne breakouts. This gentle cleanser dissolves dirt and oil without stripping skin of its natural moisture, leaving it feeling soft and comfortable. Acne is one of the most common skin concerns for people of any age and cooler temperatures mean dry skin, and that can trigger a change in the skin barrier. Even wearing masks can cause residue buildup on the face. Following a regular skincare regimen is essential to fighting breakouts. For more information, visit www.CeraVe.com