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Lysol Introduces Parenting Health Resource Mission & Giveaway



Lysol is introducing a parenting health resource that has launched:  Lysol’s
“Mission for Health”, a resource community for homes, schools, and communities. The mission statement for Lysol’s “Mission for Health” states, “Health matters. To all of us. That’s why we’ve started the Lysol Mission for Health. With new mom programs, healthy habits initiatives in schools and disaster relief efforts, we are dedicated to doing more for health. Our mission is fueled by passion and backed by our expertise in killing germs. So when you use Lysol at home, you’ll know you’re a part of something bigger.”

The Mission for Health site features Lysol’s blue ribbon school attendance challenge; Lysol’s partnership with with Save the Children to help improve health during disasters; tips, resources, advice on how to keep a healthy home from leading experts. Included is a section dedicated to new Moms to receive information on how to prepare & care for newborns and a kids section where children can experience fun activities to help them learn about healthy habits. To help stop the spread of germs at home and school this cold & flu season, LYSOL is now offering Buy 1 Get 1 Free packs of LYSOL Disinfecting Wipes and LYSOL Dual Action Disinfecting Wipes at major retailers nationwide through January 2011. Families can even give one to their child’s teacher to help keep classrooms germ free.

The multi functional and engaging community forum allows families to join, receive helpful information, special discounts, ask questions to experts, and live chats with Dr. Jana.  Dr. Laura Jana is a nationally acclaimed pediatrician, Lysol in-house health expert, health communicator, and mother. She is well recognized nationally for her ongoing efforts to promote healthy lifestyles for children and offers credible, practical parenting advice.

This Thursday, December 9th at 3PM EST Dr. Jana will conduct a live video chat on the Lysol Facebook page and Lysol.com called “Expert Advice for Raising Healthy Families.” Dr. Jana will share advice and answer questions. Questions for Dr. Jana can be posted in the comments section, ahead of time, or tune in to Lysol discussion page on Thursday and ask her live at 3PM EST. (The live chat will be appearing here live on Thursday at 3PM.)

Since this is the holiday season and to jumpstart your holiday shopping, enter to win a $100 American Express Giftcard!


To Enter to Win a $100 American Express Giftcard


1. Leave a comment below this post about Lysol’s Mission for Health site.

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•”Like” Mami2Mommy Facebook Page and leave link to a comment on it below

•Follow @Mami2Mommy

•”Like” Lysol Facebook Page and indicate on the wall that you found the Lysol FB page because of this posting from Mami2Mommy.com

•Tweet the following statement on Twitter:  I want to win a $100 @AmericanExpress Giftcard from @Mami2Mommy http://www.mami2mommy.com/ Lysol’s Mission for Health. #giveaway #health

**CONTEST ENDS DECEMBER 12th, 2010 at 5PM EST – Winner will be announced that evening!**

Contest now closed:  Winner selected – Comment #17 –

Via Random.org – Congrats, Divina!

Remember to join Dr. Jana’s “Expert Advice for Raising Healthy Families” live chat on Thursday, December 9th at 3PM EST at Lysol.com, Lysol’s Facebook Page, and on Mami2Mommy.com

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43 Comments

  1. Something I learned on the lysol website is surprising: Do not let your pet share your plate or lick your face. Very interesting! Rachel
  2. I like that Lysol helps on disaster relief efforts.
  3. I like Mami2Mommy on Facebook
  4. I learned that Lysol has this Blue Ribbon School Attendance Challenge for kids as well, I'm loving how the big company gives back and helps the society. tcarolinep at gmail dot com
  5. •”Like” Mami2Mommy Facebook Page and commented@tcarolinep JessieKatie S.
  6. follow @Mami2Mommy@tcarolinep
  7. ”Like” Lysol Facebook Page and commented @tcarolinep JessieKatie S
  8. tweet.http://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/13140087948705792
  9. I'm impressed by how Lysol created the Blue Ribbon School Attendance Challenge.
  10. I like you on Facebook under the name Mary Happymommy
  11. I follow you on Twitter (@mami2jcn)
  12. I like Lysol on Facebook and told them you sent me-http://www.facebook.com/Lysol/posts/172853599412677
  13. tweet-http://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/13249096756240384
  14. Lysols site shows that they are helping teach kids in schools how to be healthier
  15. tweet sent http://twitter.com/#!/iheartmarcusb/status/13390297832624128
  16. I don't know if I can stop my two pups from licking my face.
  17. I follow @dancinghotdogs
  18. I tweeted @dancinghotdogs
  19. like u on facebook and left link (sdmay3)
  20. like lysol on facebook and left comment (sdmay3)
  21. I like their Blue Ribbon School Attendance Challenge.
  22. I like lysol has a magazine for new moms for how to care of the new born and cleaning tips.
  23. i like Lysol in facebook
  24. I like mami2mommy in facebook
  25. i follow mami2mommy in twitter.
  26. here my tweet http://twitter.com/Superbaratisimo/statuses/13816071559585792
  27. I find the Lysol's Mission for Health site very interesting and educational
  28. I Like Mami2Mommy in Facebook
  29. I follow Mami2Mommy in Twitter
  30. My Tweet : http://twitter.com/#!/reinari/status/13822082869628928
  31. I learned that Lysol particpates in disaster relief efforts around the world by donating supplies to improve sanitary conditions.
  32. I like that Lysol is encouraging healthy habits for children and working with schools to do so.
  33. Liked and commented on facebook. http://www.facebook.com/mami2mommy/posts/10150358848195161
  34. Already follow on Twitter
  35. Tweeted! http://twitter.com/modernmami/status/14019523812261888
  36. I really liked the blue ribbon school attendance challenge and that they have a link for proper food temperatures to keep food safe & make sure it's cooked properly!
  37. Something I learned from the lysol website Pathogenic bacteria can't be seen, smelled or tasted. You cannot tell if a food contains pathogenic bacteria, but they are the bacteria that can make you sick. Who knew? Lauren Penland
  38. I follow via twitter (LuckyDuckyToo)
  39. I like you on Fb (Mari Doug) and commented on your wall.
  40. I like Lysol and FB (Mari Doug)and commented on their wall under the Global Hygeine, Dr. Lara Jana post (sorry, I don't know how to get the link for that!)
  41. I love how Lysol have this program to help children at school.
  42. (http://twitter.com/LuckyDuckyToo/status/14075935988912129) tweeted
  43. I like your facebook page

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