Face mask check: Are you being hygienic enough?
By now, wearing a face mask when you’re out and about or around crowds of people should be nothing new. Here’s what the WHO had to say about using a fabric mask:Wash your hands before putting on the mask. If you need to use the mask again, hold it at the elastic loops when removing it from the bag. If hot water is not available, wash the mask in soap or detergent and room-temperature water, followed by either boiling the mask for 1 minute OR; by soaking the mask in 0.1% chlorine for 1 minute and thoroughly rinsing the mask with room-temperature water (there should not be any toxic residue of chlorine on the mask). Make sure you’re continuing to socially distance yourself from people who aren’t in your household, keep washing those hands and try to avoid touching your face as much as possible.
Podcast reminds us, especially in the sandal-wearing months: Stop neglecting your feet
It’s a super simple piece of advice, but one that perhaps we should take a little more seriously. “It’s something that’s so easy to forget, but it feels so nice to do," Yun told podcast host Zak Rosen. His podcast aims to share good, simple advice with the world. “The Best Advice Show” offers tips on a range of topics, from cooking and food, to career goals, relationship advice and simple life hacks. “The Best Advice Show” is a product of Graham Media Group.
Tech Time: Summer Camp goes virtual during coronavirus pandemic
Published: May 31, 2020, 11:08 amDETROIT North Star Reach campers and their parents have become sought-after hygiene experts during the coronavirus. They are using video conferencing technology and social media to help. Local 4 meteorologist Andrew Humphrey has more on the virtual camp in this segment of Tech Time. You can watch his full report in the video player above.