Will you wash your sheets and towels on April 15 to protect your skin and get rid of gross bacteria? Did you know National Laundry Day is April 15? Many would love to be able to say, “Alexa fold the laundry,” or “Alexa wash the towels.” The chore of getting laundry done can be time-consuming
The Secret Language of Bacteria and How It Is Affecting Global Health. Bacteria act as a family after a patient becomes infected. They grow together, reproduce and share resources. In the bacteria world, everything is fine, until a new family of bacteria move-in next door. When one member of the bacteria family decides to enjoy
A call for change in hospital cleaning and patient protection measures. Do you know someone who has been in the hospital recently, or have you been in a hospital bed? Most of us have or will visit a hospital every year for some reason. Hospitals are a breeding ground for germs, despite desperate cleaning measures
What you need to know about Bacteria It is estimated there at over 5,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 variations of bacteria living on this earth. CBS Sunday Morning Anchor, Jane Pauley, reported on the the discovery of bacteria Sunday, September 17, 2017 during the weekly almanac story. Bacteria was first discovered in human dental plaque by Dutch Scientist Antonie
What you need to know to keep your body at performing at top notch It is that time of year again. The time when high school and college athletes are getting back on the field gearing up for the fall sports season. Friday night lights get bright mid to late August, making practice time precious.
Did you know your cell phone has 18 more times bacterial germs than a public restroom? Think about it. How many times do you reach for your cell phone a day? Many of us live and breath by our phones daily to function properly. Smartphones run our lives. Whether our face or fingers are touching