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  • Using Technology to Zap Germs

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    Germs. Are. Everywhere. But their are a lot of misconceptions about where germs are the worst in a home. Their are also many technology devices you can use to get rid of germs too. Check out Farhad Manjoo's article discussing the use of technology in eliminating germs in this New York Times article.

    TOILET SEATS get a bad rap, says Charles Gerba, an environmental microbiologist at the University of Arizona. Indeed, because of what goes on there, we tend to consider bathrooms — even the most respectable bathrooms — as generally less than sterile. That view, it turns out, is unfair.

    In numerous studies, Dr. Gerba and his colleagues have found that toilet seats are often one of the least germ-infested areas in your house. Much of the rest of the bathroom, too, isn’t especially toxic. If you’re really worried about germs, look to the kitchen.

    “Cutting boards are just terrible,” Dr. Gerba said, by way of example. “There’s 200 times more bacteria on a cutting board than a toilet seat.”

    Read More At New York Times Home & Garden

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