NYU dental hygiene handouts help patients avoid the flu

By Emily A. Zieboldt November 23, 2018 5:00pmIn the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the University of New York (UNY) is offering free dental hygiene and hygiene hand-outs to its students.

According to a statement from UNY, “UNY has been using these hand-out coupons to encourage students to wear face masks, wash hands and clean up after themselves.”

According to the university, students are encouraged to “put on a mask to reduce the spread of the virus” and to “eat cleanly” to avoid the spread.

“This program is available at most locations around the campus, including UNY’s dental offices,” the statement said.

“You can also get the coupons at the Student Health Center and at any student health center or health club.

These coupons will be available at all locations.

To find a location, visit the campus health center’s website.

UNY encourages students to take advantage of these opportunities and to help protect themselves.””

While the flu season is in full swing, we are committed to educating our students about the importance of personal hygiene,” said Dr. David L. Kallenbaum, chair of the Department of Dentistry and the director of the University Health Center.

“We are pleased to continue to offer the handouts to our students.”

The handouts were launched in October to help students prevent infections and prevent their families from getting infected.

“It’s a great idea, and a very positive program,” UNY dental hygiene chair Dr. J.H. Ritter said in a statement.

“The handout is a great way for students to show their support for one another and our shared community.

We want to give students the opportunity to be a part of this initiative, and to show support for our student health centers.”

The program will be offered through the end of the school year.

By Emily A. Zieboldt November 23, 2018 5:00pmIn the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the University of New York (UNY)…