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According to the CDC, the single most important thing we can do to keep from getting sick and spreading illness to others is to clean our hands.
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Hello, I have been an avid listener of TWiV over the last 9 months or so and have very much enjoyed the podcast. It is always great to hear a broad, informed discussion on virology, and your recent podcast on viral classification was of particular interest to m... Read More
When it comes to washing their hands, Americans say they are getting the message, but their actions speak otherwise. While nine out of ten (92%) Americans, in a recent telephone survey, said they always washed their hands after using a public restroom, an observation... Read More
Israeli researchers looking into the spread of drug-resistant infections in hospital intensive-care units are pointing a finger of blame at portable X-ray equipment that is not properly sanitized.
Officials from Hadassah Hebrew University Hospital in Jerusalem say observation of technicians p... Read More
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When it comes to avoiding the transmission of swine flu — without awkwardness or rudeness — perhaps the Samoans are best prepared.
“In Samoa, people do not touch when they greet each other,” the linguistic anthropologist Alessandro Duranti says.
There is, of course, a catch: “When people w... Read More
The path to poor hand sanitation is paved with good intentions, according to researchers from Kansas State and North Carolina State Universities.
As college campuses prepare for an expected increase in H1N1 flu this fall, the researchers said students' actions will speak louder than words.
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