In developing and promoting hygiene, issues which represent a barrier to change need to be addressed and balanced against the need for effective hygiene. These include environmental and toxicity issues, concerns about antibiotic resistance, and whether we have become “too clean”.
Whereas it was always assumed that viruses were most effective at spreading illness by attacking human cells as individual virus particles, new research demonstrates that viral particles concealed in a membrane can mount a much more potent attack on individual human cells.
Beat the Bugs (available from www.e-Bug.eu/Beat-The-Bugs) is designed to target hard-to-reach groups in the community including vulnerable adults, young parents, guides, scouts etc, to increase awareness and change behaviour around hygiene, self-car
The aim of this study was to quantify viral contamination of surfaces in restrooms after flushing and the impact of disinfectants added to the toilet bowl prior to flushing on reducing surface contamination.
Reusable grocery bags (RGBs) are a common commodity these days but a recent study sheds light on the potential for contaminated RGBs to spread viruses to surfaces within a public grocery store.. The virus is a major concern in the food production, service and grocery retail industries.