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Your Toilet Is Not the Germiest Part of Yo...
It's widely believed that the toilet is the dirtiest place in you house. Is this true? Trace debunks this myth and gives you a list of the places in y...
July 27, 2014
Germs: Blame Your Cell Phone
If you're worried about spreading germs, start sanitizing your cell phone. Studies show that cell phones harbor more bacteria than the bottom of your ...
July 06, 2011
Horrifying Facts About Your Cell Phone
Are you addicted?
October 06, 2013
Your Phone Is Dirtier Than These 5 Objects
Your phone is dirtier than these 5 objects.
May 31, 2013
The Health Hazards of Cell Phones
While cell phones are essential to our daily lives, they can pose a number of health hazards. From skin problems to dangerous bacteria, The Doctors ex...
March 28, 2012
Phone Vs. Toilet: What's Dirtier?
Have the sanitizer ready.
February 17, 2015
Bacteria's Tube Feeding System Allows Them...
Many types of bacteria may be dangerous to humans, but it seems that among one other some are generous sorts who are always there to lend a helping ha...
March 04, 2015
Security Flaws Let Hackers Listen in on Ca...
German researchers found the global network that allows the world’s cellphone carriers to direct calls to each other to be full of vulnerabilities tha...
December 19, 2014
Microbiologist Finds Intestinal Enterobact...
A local news station in Albuquerque swabbed a bunch of beards and sent their collection to a microbiologist for testing. The reports indicated that be...
May 07, 2015
Sweaty Armpit Odor Traced To Bacterial Pro...
Researchers have found that certain bacteria in the armpit react with the body’s sweat molecules to produce more of the compound that makes people sme...
April 05, 2015
Study Finds Mens' Beards Are Filled with S...
Researchers found enteric bacteria - the type usually found living in the intestines - in tested beards.
May 05, 2015
Over 100 Exposed To Potentially Fatal 'Sup...
Where UCLA health officials have issued a warning after 7 patients were found to be infected by a drug resistant "Superbug."
February 19, 2015
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