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The Healthy Handle is Doctor Recommended
"Medically speaking, the Healthy Handle is a breakthrough in eliminating hand-mouth exposure to contagious disease. It should prove an invaluable aide to better health in a potentially dangerous area of contamination. I recommend its use."
Dr. Gary H. Knapp, MD
Dandy Enterprises, LLC
Contact Transmission - Sometimes a touch can bring more than you expect - from head lice to herpes to impetigo. Understanding how diseases can spread makes them easier to prevent.
From bacteria to parasites: Understanding the germs that cause infection - Millions of microscopic organisms live around you - in the air, water, soil and in your body. Some keep you healthy, but others make you sick.
Contaminated Carts - Many of us have seen them: shopping carts loaded with trash and dirt. But what you don't see is even worse. Kim Khazel uncovers contaminated carts.
State watching for supergerms - Bacteria resist antibiotics - Supergerms that resist antibiotics are spreading in Arizona, sickening some patients for months and prompting health officials to step up prevention efforts.
Teachernet.Com - Teachernet.com shows how to demonstrate how germs are spread so that children can understand. Great way to teach children.
Is Antibacterial Better? - The idea that antibacterial products are superior to regular cleansing products is actually a misconception.
Keeping Winter Germs at Bay - How Health Experts Skirt Sniffles, Coughs, Colds and Flu. - 'Tis the season of colds and flu - if you aren't sniffling or coughing, you probably are working near someone who is.
Cover cart handle, shop sanitarily - Here's a handy, dandy health product for people who recoil at the idea of grabbing hold of a dirty handle on a grocery store cart.
Child flu deaths have schools worried - Midway through the month when influenza typically peaks, health officials were monitoring four hospitalized Nebraska children, while three North Carolina schools remained closed over widespread symptoms of the illness.
The great influenza pandemic: Could it happen again? - Imagine an international influenza epidemic that kept on spreading, infecting 20% to 40% of the world's population. More than 20 million people dead in less than a year, about 500,000 of them in the United States alone. It actually happened, in 1918. They called it the "Spanish Flu."
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