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Hand dryers are environmentally-friendly, sure - but 'more sanitary to use than paper'? Not so much.
As if the bacteria and viruses lurking on every kind of public transport weren't enough, chances are, your hotel room is full of germs, too.
According to research, you can reduce the risk of certain types of food poisoning by up to 99.2% just by using disinfectant wipes in the kitchen.
Here are some expert tips to help you make cleaning easier, and minimize the amount of work.
Dog and cat hair everywhere? Is there a certain smell? We have some tips to help clean up pet messes in your home!
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Reusable grocery bags reduce waste, true -- but how safe are they for your health?
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Unlike most bacteria, Listeria can grow and spread in the refrigerator - so contaminated food could give you food poisoning, too. Find out more here!
A little teapot - known as a neti pot - has popular with many people to help rinse nasal passages. However, you must use them safely to avoid big problems.
There are about 48 million cases of food poisoning in the US each year. Here, find out the top 16 food poisoning causes so you can stay healthy!
Salmonella infections have been known to be a common cause of food poisoning for more than a hundred years. How can you avoid getting sick? We have advice.
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You can greatly reduce the risk of getting conjunctivitis or of passing it on by following some simple steps to preventing the spread of pink eye.
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