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Lysol® Does More to Help During Allergy Season

April 20, 2011

For the nearly 50 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies, spring can be a difficult time of year.1 With warmer weather, families are inclined to spend more time outside, whether it be walking, biking, swimming or simply enjoying the flowers and trees in full bloom. Many people assume that the great outdoors is the only place where allergens exist and once inside their home, they are protected from triggers... read more

Lysol® Wins 2011 Product of the Year for its New No-Touch™ Hand Soap System

March 2, 2011

Health experts recommend regular hand washing to help stop the spread of germs. However, many families do not suspect that the very germs they are washing away may be found on their soap pumps. To help consumers stay healthy this season, Lysol® is introducing a new, sleek stainless steel-inspired Lysol® No-TouchTM Hand Soap System, a recently-named 2011 Product of the Year... read more

Global Hygiene Council Reinforces Germ Preventive Measures

Feb 9, 2011

The Global Hygiene Council, a group of leading health and hygiene experts from around the world, convened in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to discuss how proper hygiene plays a critical role in preventing the spread of illness and improving health around the world. In particular, the Council focused on topics such as the emergence of antibiotic resistance, the re-emergence of illness-causing pathogens, and recent global reactions to pandemics, such as H1N1... read more

Hygiene Experts Issue Course of Action to Prepare for Cold and Flu

October 14, 2010

As Americans prepare for cold and flu season and are once again reminded of the perilous threat of illnesses like H1N1, global hygiene experts from the Hygiene Council today announced simple steps for households to take to help 'break the chain of germ transmission'. Nationwide every year, millions of people fall sick with the cold or flu, but recent survey results indicate that Americans may not be taking the threat of germ transfer as seriously as they should be... read more

Lysol® Encourages Healthy Habits in Schools

September 30, 2010

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 22 million school days are lost each year due to the common cold alone. In addition, a recent survey among U.S. moms revealed that almost half take off from work to look after their child when he or she has a minor illness. One in four moms say that having to take time off from work creates additional stress and pressure to catch up on work after hours. That is why today Lysol® announced a new program, the Lysol® Blue Ribbon School Attendance Challenge... read more

Lysol® Mission for Health Campaign Launches

September 8, 2010

This week, Reckitt Benckiser unveiled its new Lysol® Mission for Health campaign, which was created to reinforce the iconic brand's commitment to mom and her family. Through the Lysol® Mission for Health campaign, the brand will take an active role in championing health, making a difference when and where it is needed the most. The campaign will focus on three areas – new motherhood, schools and disaster relief – all designed to help support moms in their daily efforts to keep their families and communities healthy... read more

Illness-Causing Allergens Can Be Harbored Inside Your Home

April 7, 2010

Spring is here and allergy flare-ups are often attributed to the allergens outside your front door. However, did you know that the same allergens are found on surfaces inside 75 million homes across America? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), some of the most common indoor allergens include dust mites, mold and household pets... read more

Lysol® Helps Protect Families from Germy Soap Pumps with No-Touch Hand Soap System

February 1, 2010

Despite elevated concerns about illness-causing germs, most families don't suspect that their household soap pumps might actually be transferring bacteria to their hands. However, a recent study found that soap pumps can harbor hundreds of bacteria. Every time families touch their soap pumps, they may be spreading and collecting bacteria to and from their hands... read more