Germiest Items In Our School Aged Children’s Lives

With the recent global viral pandemic at hand, washing hands has become a big deal in beating the spread of the Covid19 threat. The NSF (National Science Foundation) has recently began a hand washing awareness campaign specifically aimed at children. NSF microbiologists set out to local schools, grocery stores and other public places to collect data for inclusion in the NSF Scrub Club™ campaign. As part of the study, the

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Bugs (probiotics) Are Fighting Back In The World Of Oncology

Bugs (probiotics) Are Fighting Back In The World Of Oncology First, lets establish what a microbiome is since it is a key term used in this article. The microbiome is a colony of microbes (bugs) which include bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses that live inside and on the outside of every human being (not bugs). The microbiome is essential for human development, immunity and nutrition. The bacteria (bugs) living in

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How Dirty Is Your Money And Credit Cards

From coins and cash to credit and debit cards, just how dirty is our money? When you think about all the places your cash and cards have been and all the people who’ve touched them, you’ll quickly realize that our money is a transport vessel for all things infectious.   To find out truly how dirty money can be, we’ve put to use our very own ATP Luminometer, a device

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2 Doctors Insight Into Pandemic Lock-down And The Importance Of Good Bugs

Doctors’ standings on micro flora (microbial ecosystem) damage from over-washing hands and surfaces. Washing our hands without replenishing the good micro flora on our body can result in our skin being vulnerable to pathogenic infections. It’s just basic microbiology. There are good micro-organisms and bad micro-organisms and, we need them both to have a balanced microbial ecosystem, otherwise the imbalance can cause devastating results, as these doctors explain. We often

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8 Of The Most Germ Infested Things In A Restaurant

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that each year roughly 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) gets sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die, all of food-borne diseases. Germs is the common term which refers to bacteria and viruses. Germs can live on every surface and therefore it can also be moved from surface to surface such as from a farm worker through a production

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Your Steering Wheel Is The Most Germ Infested Surface In Your Car

Only 1 out of 3 people clean their car interiors once a year. That leaves 66% of the car driving population with dirty car interiors. How many of those cars actually cleaned are truly clean, like disinfected clean? That’s a pretty sad statistic for something we spend so much time in, second to our home or work. As a matter of fact, AAA conducted a study which reveals that the

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Are You Gross or Yummy? Your Personal Bacteria Will Be The Judge of That!

Finally, a scientific thread connecting bacteria and romantic love. Bacteria, especially probiotic (good) bacteria is our passion here at Team Prōtëkt but, it will always only stand in the shadow of our passion for love. Today is the day you discover that the two work together. These microscopic cupids or deal-breakers may be what’s turning you on or off. “We’ve found that microbes actually drive the majority of our how

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3 Animal Care Solutions During A Global Viral Pandemic

During this time of isolation there is an opportunity to turn a challenge into something productive and fun for yourself and the rest of your family. Many of our beloved pet groomers have been put out of business due to the Covid19 crisis and our pets are collecting irritating dirt and grime as we wait for our groomers to come back from isolation. Our families quality of life greatly depends

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So Why Exactly Do I Need To Take A Probiotic Supplement?

Taking internal probiotics is really good for you, especially if you are a first timer. Your intestines are filled with trillions of bacteria of which there are some that are bad (pathogens) and the rest that are good which are called probiotics. The good bacteria is good and essential for your digestion. With the traditional American diet being so poor, most people often have poor bacteria in their guts (intestines).

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