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 Does washing hands remove bacteria?

Answer On One Hand: Washing Hands Removes BacteriaAccording to the Mayo Clinic, "washing your hands frequently can help limit the transfer of bacteria, viruses and other microbes." Preventing the spread o... Read More »
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Does chlorine have a bacteria that kills the good bacteria?

Chlorine does not have any bacteria that kills good bacteria, according to water treatment business LennTech. Chlorine destroys bacteria and viruses by breaking down the chemical bonds that hold th... Read More »
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Do you kill more germs washing your hands with warm water or cold water does it matter?

When you wash your hands, you are actually "washing off" the microrganisms "germs" from your hands. It does not matter.Warm, depending on the temperature can actually induced bacterial spores "bact... Read More »
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Does rinsing dishes before dishwasher remove bacteria?

You rinse a dish first because if it has something sticky in it or something like chocolate it can sometimes get completely stuck to the dish while its washing. ITs just like if you wash a t-shirt ... Read More »
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Washing hands. Is it really necessary?

Yes, it's an essential way to keep from spreading diseases -- perhaps the best way you can take part of on a daily basis.
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