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You Won’t Find An “I” in StayWell Copper

There’s no “I” in StayWell Copper because as a team, we devote ourselves to creating products and gathering information to provide our followers with vital information. We collaborate to help keep folks germ-free and healthy.  No matter the keen attention and efficiency in shaping the products and messages we develop,...
on August 04, 2020
How Safe Is Hand Sanitizer (image of hand sanitizer with circle with slash over it)

How Safe Is Hand Sanitizer

Besides the chemicals, hand sanitizers on the market today leave a lot to be desired, but yet we tolerate them. Why? What are you tolerating from your hand sanitizer? ineffective germ control  chemicals being rubbed you’re your skin and absorbed in your blood system  ingredients not safe  rashes or burns...
on July 20, 2020
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MRSA the Superbug

MRSA the superbug that seems to be lurking in common areas we think are clean and germ-free.
on June 24, 2020
Faces of many holding the open sign as they start to reopen.

As We Open The Doors

As we open the doors across our nation and around the globe, we hope to do so with patience, kindness, and above all, we do this so we can all StayWell. The pandemic closed the world down and put the spotlight on the heroes on the front lines.
on June 16, 2020
image showing 3 ladies wearing masks in the history of pandemics

The History of Pandemics

The most fatal pandemic in recorded history was the Black Death (also known as The Plague), which killed an estimated 75–200 million people in the 14th century. The Spanish flu is the one we hear today being compared to today's pandemic, Coronavirus (COVID 19). So how does the history of pandemics have anything...
on June 10, 2020

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