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Does Antibacterial Soap Work Better Than Regular Soap?
“Ordinary soap appears to do just as good a job at fighting colds as antibacterial soap, and for less money.
Washing your hands thoroughly with soap and water is one of the simplest ways to prevent colds from spreading. But does antibacterial soap work any better than plain soap in fighting infections? Not according to a study by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “
Preventing Colds: All Washed Up.
Cons of Using Antibacterial Soap
Kills both good and bad bacteria, which may make antibiotics ineffective against new strains of bacteria.
Can give consumers a false sense of security by creating a relaxed attitude toward good hygiene .
Costs more than regular soap “
More at: http://www.everydayhealth.com/cold-and-flu/antibacterial-soap.aspx?xid=nl_EverydayHealthAsthmaandAllergies_20100222
http://houston.craigslist.org/boa/1610762448.html HA! HA!
4 BR, 2B Sumerset Houseboat 76'x16' WB - $194,000.00
If the ad is pulled, I have copied the info, so just write to me through comments, include your email address!! I will send info privately, and then discard your address.
I was glad that I keep the 12v. cooler in the van, as I had to go by my doctor’s office to pick up some samples of a cholesterol medicine he wants me to try.
Jay wanted to try the chicken-fried fish at Church's, so that is what he got. I took some of the breading off it, and tried the fish, and it was alright.
We did stop at a resale shop in our home town, and I bought a very sturdy heavy canvas fanny pack for the few tools that I carry around here, $1, and a set of heavy duty plastic cutlery, 75c, for a camper.
No looking at thrift shops, no Walmarting, we just wanted to come home, it wasn’t cold, but it was a dreary, rainy, umbrella day today.