Mutual of Omaha’s SafeSoccerKids.org is your family’s one-stop source for handy tips, advice and information on the best practices to make sure your child’s soccer experience is both physically and emotionally a fun, safe and healthy one. When you have soccer safety questions and concerns, SafeSoccerKids has the answers for you!

Mutual of Omaha, AYSO and SafeSoccerKids wish you a wonderful soccer season. Stay safe!

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“Aah-aah-achoo!”
That’s something you’ll probably start to hear a lot of as the flu season is getting ready to makes its full appearance once again. Not to worry, though. There are preventive measures you can share and take to help lower the chance of you or your loved ones from experiencing the unwanted symptoms of the flu. Check out some of these germ safety tips below.
Washing Hands
As redundant as this may sound, washing your hands is one the best ways to prevent transferring illnesses and diseases. This works because soap and water work together to pick up germs and wash them away – not actually killing them.
Cleanliness
Disinfecting commonly touched items, such as a cell phones or laptops, is something else to consider when battling the flu, especially if other people are touching those items too. Disinfecting can be done by using antibacterial/alcohol wipes, cleaning spray, and other cleaning products.
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