An eight-year-old girl from Tennessee has been send home from school more than 24 times this year for having "foul odor".
In a new study, researchers have revealed that about a fifth of Britons do not change their bed sheets even once a month. The startling results mean that they could be accumulating a whole lot of health problems, ranging from asthma and rhinitis to eczema, warns a leading allergy expert according to MailOnline.
You sure want to see the toilet seat as sparkly clean every time you visit the lavatory. But what if we told you, that your mobile phone, something that you hold in your hands almost all day, and so close to your face, perhaps contains more bacteria than you find in a toilet? This might sound like a nightmare, but it is true. According to experts, they have discovered that there are 10 folds more bacteria on an average mobile phone which can cause nausea and stomach problems, than on a toilet seat.