So we’ve worked the stomach of our Reflexology map, and now we’ll move down to our colon and our intestines and then our bladder and our kidneys. So our kidneys are right in the center, and we’ll do a specific little bit of pressure- about a two or three-second hold
Norovirus is the most common cause of food-borne illness up to 58% of all food-borne illnesses are caused by Norovirus. The reason for that is as very contagious. It’s got a very low infectious dose and it’s easy to spread the germs. Norovirus is transmitted when the virus gets into
Noroviruses and Hand Washing Proper hand washing is one of the most important ways to prevent norovirus infections. There is a proper way to wash your hands. The CDC recommends wetting and lathering with soap and water, followed by scrubbing hands for 20 seconds, including between fingers and under nails.
[virus with menacing “face” appears] Norovirus is a nasty stomach bug that causes vomiting & diarrhea [sick man holding hand over mouth as viruses multiply in his stomach] Symptoms can come on suddenly [zoom to man who vomits green fluid] [hand with white cloth wipes away green background] [blue background