ANCHOR LEAD: December is here, and with the excitement of the holidays comes the dread of cold and flu season. Chanel Caraway has more on how you can get relief from some of the symptoms associated with this time of year. (:60)
SCRIPT: Lifestyles, I’m Chanel Caraway. (SFX: sneeze) Winter is here and for many people that means dealing with the discomfort of cold and flu symptoms. Kathryn Sansone is a mom of 10 and has seen it all…
CUT: (Sansone) A stuffy nose could actually be a symptom of a cold or allergies. I’ve always trusted Allegra-D to treat allergy symptoms like runny noses, itchy watery eyes and nasal congestion. Now, it’s also indicated to relieve nasal congestion due to the common cold.
SCRIPT: This season can be especially hard on delicate noses…
CUT: (Sansone) Using a good tissue can make a big difference. My kids love the softness of Puffs Plus Lotion. These tissues are dermatologist tested for sensitive skin and soothe noses by locking in moisture better than regular tissues.
SCRIPT: And staying hydrated is a big part of staying healthy this time of year…
CUT: (Sansone) It’s easy to lose vital fluids when we’re sick and dehydration can make you feel worse. Pedialyte helps prevent dehydration, helping you bounce back. It’s available in liquid, powder packs and freezer pops, making it easy to rehydrate at home or on the go.
SCRIPT: For more, check out the brands Facebook pages. That’s Lifestyles from Allegra-D, Puffs and Pedialyte.
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