With cold and flu season in full swing, we’re seeing a lot of wringing of hands. Not out of worry, but with concern for spreading germs. The use of sanitizer lotions squeezed from a bottle and lathered into hands is a multi-million dollar a year business.
There’s a call for change after a WCCO report. Last week, WCCO shared the results of a germ test from some Twin Cities indoor playgrounds.
A mother from Arizona has spent the last two years exposing what she calls a hidden health problem at indoor playgrounds. Now, she’s working with a lawmaker in Minnesota and hopes to get a similar law passed in St. Paul this session.
With a flu outbreak causing sickness here in Minnesota, everybody is looking for ways to avoid it. Experts say good hand washing is the key but there are other ways to avoid germs.
With the hot, muggy days we are having, kids will be heading to the pools to cool off. It’s fun and good exercise, but even chlorinated pools have germs that can make you sick.
If you’re planning to stay in a hotel this summer, a new study that suggests you might want to bring the disinfectant.
The cold and flu season has officially begun, and one company says it has the newest tool to protect you and your family since hand sanitizer.
We know that germs are everywhere, and they’re not all bad. But when most people think of places coated with germs in public, they maybe think of door handles or bathrooms.