Mark Gendreau Speaking

How To Stay Healthy

Mark Gendreau

How you wash your hands matters in an era of increasing globalization and antibiotic resistance. Hand washing remains the single most effective way of limiting the spread of germs and infections. Yet only half of us wash hands regularly and only 5% of us wash hands correctly. Emergency Physician Mark Gendreau offers practical advice on how to minimize your risk of getting sick, spreading germs to others and play your part in minimizing antibiotic resistance.

Mark Gendreau

Mark Gendreau

Mark Gendreau is an Emergency Physician and currently serves as Medical Director and Vice Chair of Emergency Medicine at Lahey Medical Center – Peabody. He is passionate about minimizing the risk of getting sick in public and while traveling, so much so that his work and expertise have appeared in major print and broadcast including the New York Times, CNN, NPR, the Los Angeles Times, Parade magazine, US News & World Report, and the Dr. Oz show.
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