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Popular Science Mar 6
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An expert guide to the great hand sanitizer debate:
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Popular Science Mar 7
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Hugo Cámara Mar 6
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maybe you should consider recommend "wash your hands", instead of use of hand sanitizer. its more efective against all deseases.
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Popular Science Mar 6
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see the rest of the thread
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Ryan Raffaelli Mar 6
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one thing that needs repeating - using the products as intended to get this result.
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Rusty Rootbeer Mar 6
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C-diff must be breathing a sigh of relief. Of course, one shouldn’t drink hand sanitizer, but I digress.
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Rob Mar 6
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E. coli is Escherichia coli, you missed a few letters.
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Michael Büker Mar 6
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There *are* places to catch Escheria coli, too.
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Ana Barrocas Mar 6
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That's useful information. I didn't know that hand sanitizer didn't work for hepatitis A...
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クーチャン Call me Cookie Mar 6
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Your own mobile phone is the most dengerous. please take care.🧐🕊️
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