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 Do hand sanitizers work?

Answer On One Hand: Better Than SoapProfessor James Scott from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, says that hand sanitizers work. According to him, they eliminate more bacteria than washing with soap... Read More »
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How Do Hand Sanitizers Work?

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Do hand sanitizers really work?

On One Hand: Sanitizers Are EffectiveHand sanitizers containing from 60 to 95 percent alcohol are effective in killing the germs that cause rhinovirus, vaccinia, hepatitis, fungus, influenza and tu... Read More »
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Are hand sanitizers safe?

On One Hand: Hand Sanitizers Kill GermsHand sanitizers--particularly alcohol-based sanitizers--are effective in killing germs. Hand sanitizers can be carried in any pocket or purse, making them ext... Read More »
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Do hand sanitizers kill viruses?

On One Hand: Hand Sanitizers Do Not Kill VirusesAntibacterial soaps are meant to kill bacteria, not viruses. Triclosan is the active ingredient in antibacterial soaps, and it targets the cell walls... Read More »
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