These 4 items in the kitchen are frequently used to prepare food but are also the places where bacteria is found. Find out how to properly clean these things to prevent it from causing serious health threats to the household.
Children who are exposed to dogs and farm animals at a very young age have a reduced risk of developing asthma by the age of seven, a new study found.
Staying at other people's homes can increase certain health risks.
A team of Dutch scientists reported that a 10-second kiss can transfer as many as 80 million bugs.
Despite wiping down counters and washing hands, several studies have found that the kitchen hosts many germs that can cause foodborne illnesses.
Even though a lot of people attribute memory problems to aging, getting older is not always the cause.
According to a new study, no matter how much disinfectant people use, their homes will still be covered in bacteria.
A new study found that fist bumping transfers fewer germs than handshaking.
The National Resources Defense Council released its yearly report card ranking beaches on their levels of bacteria.
A 30-year-old designer, Peter Codling, created a new toilet that allows the user to squat in the natural position.
Researchers observed that only five percent of people washed their hands long enough to kill germs and prevent infections.
Hygiene expert reports that the average British outdoor grill can contain up to double the amount of germs found on a toilet seat within the same household.
Researchers report that parents who clean their babies' pacifiers with their own saliva could help lower their children's risk of developing asthma, allergies and eczema.
Study revealed that some humans have more germs in common with their dogs than with their children.
Researchers discovered that ping pong balls used in beer pong contain over millions of bacteria, which include salmonella and listeria.