TODAY.com: Four ways your home's design could actually impact your health

May 25, 2021

While the pandemic has made us rethink our living spaces by prioritizing things like home offices and outdoor spaces, it's also brought to light the need for a focus on hygiene and infection prevention.

TODAY.com talked to Dr. Ginny Boos, Director of Infection Prevention at Saint Luke's Health System, about the smartest investments someone can make in their home to prevent infection.

Aside from cleaning and disinfecting your home regularly and especially when someone is sick, Boos recommends four ways to make it easier to prevent infection in the home.

Read the TODAY.com article: Four ways your home's design could actually impact your health

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