What's Lurking in Your Kitchen?
... bleach, water and a soft cloth. Dilute the bleach
with water and wipe the sink with cloth dipped in ... Dellutri recommends using Disposer Care(R) plus bleach
Alternative once a week to help fight this ... if you use a product like Disposer Care plus bleach
Alternative. Just drop a packet down the sink ...
Diluted Bleach Baths Ease Kids' Eczema
... MONDAY, April 27 (HealthDay News) -- Diluted bleach
baths offer a safe, simple and inexpensive way of ... skin infection. Half of the children took diluted bleach
baths (half a cup of bleach
per full standard tub), while the others had a ...
Whiter laundry and a surprising new treatment for kids' eczema
... a load of laundry. But now simple household bleach
has a surprising new role: an effective treatment ... or severe eczema (atopic dermatitis) diluted bleach
baths decreased signs of infection and improved ... doctors try to avoid, especially in children. bleach
kills the bacteria but doesn't have the same risk ...
6 simple steps to protect against and stop the spread of noroviruses
... rubbing until hands are dry.
Clean with bleach
If youve had the bug, use a bleach-containing ... laundry, wash with hot water and dry on high. Add bleach
to wash if heavily soiled with vomit or feces.
... everything from the washing machine to the bleach
bottle, and wear protective gloves while ....
Feeding America Partner Support Expedites Disaster Relief and Recovery Efforts
... -- Feeding America and The Clorox Company have partnered to provide bleach
and cleaning supplies to communities hit by recent flooding in Eastern ... task of cleaning out their flood-damaged homes. Cleaning supplies and bleach
from Clorox have been distributed through Feeding America Members in ...
Swine Flu/H1N1 Contained With Emergency Restoration and MDF200
... "wipe-down" cleanups. MDF200 is 800% less caustic than chlorine bleach
and other common antimicrobials. Moreover, bleach
has no residual sanitization effect. MDF200 is water soluble, non-toxic, ...
TV crime drama compound highlights immune cells' misdeeds
... myloperoxidase (MPO), a protein some types of immune cells use to make bleach
during the inflammatory process. When activated, cells known as phagocytes use MPO to make the bleach
in pockets. They seek out and swallow invaders, and then push the invaders ...
Leave Bedroom Allergens High and Dry This Spring!
... care to clean air conditioners and humidifiers
frequently with a weak bleach
solution (one cup bleach
in one gallon water)
to prevent mold growth.
"Dust Magnets": The less ...
Norwalk virus: 'Cruise ship' illness challenging and costly to hospitals, too
... a thorough cleaning, with all exposed surfaces getting washed down with bleach
The easiest known way to kill noroviruses is through repeat washing of surfaces using bleach
solutions containing at least 10 percent sodium hypochlorite. However, ...
Angelica Corporation Raises Bar Again for Increased Patient Safety
... -- Angelica Corporation announced today its decision to expand its use of Ecolab's AdvaCare(R) 120 Sanitizer/Sour, the first EPA-registered oxygen bleach
sanitizer, to all its service centers nationwide after testing the product successfully at selected locations. Angelica is the first major ...
Be Smart About Tooth Whitening
... to ensure appropriate application and follow-up.
Prescription bleaching kits, dispensed by a licensed dentist, contain peroxide(s) that will bleach
the tooth enamel. Prescription bleaching kits contain higher levels of carbamide or hydrogen peroxide than their non-prescription counterparts. ...
H1N1 Pandemic Precautions for Front Line Workers
... such as vigorous hand washing with soap and water or alcohol gels for all citizens. For surface disinfection APUA recommends soap and water or use of bleach
and alcohol antiseptics rather than those that contain antibacterial agents such as triclosan that could select for antibiotic resistance. Emphasis ...
Flooding in Fargo: World Vision Sending Supplies and Staff to Help Affected Families
... for these families to return," Freeman said. "Families that have had their homes heavily flooded will need to shovel out mud, wash down the walls, bleach
everything, and possibly rip out drywall," she added.
Cash donations are needed to help with the response. The public can help by calling ...
Home Care Tips for Reducing the Risk of Childhood Hospitalizations Due to Asthma
... potentially dangerous.)
Air things out. Open the windows after cleaning your home with chemicals. Many people believe that the smell of bleach
implies a clean home or nursery, but it can be harmful.
Be smoke-free. Households with children should be "no smoking" zones. If you ...
APIC Covers Up Extent and Causes of Deadly C. diff
... are deemed ready for
the next patient to be admitted, 78% of surfaces are still contaminated
with C. diff. To kill the germ, meticulous cleaning with bleach
For RID's unique steps to reducing your risk of contracting C. diff,
see http://www.hospitalinfection.org or contact 212-369-3329.
New Report Shows High C-difficile Infection Rates in U.S. Hospitals
... practices against
C.-diff.," said McGiffert. "Patients are already having to remind doctors
to wash their hands, but they shouldn't have to bring bleach
with them to
make sure their rooms are clean. Hospitals need to make sure that rooms are
properly disinfected and that staff are following strict ...
Chef Art Smith, Moms and Schools Partner to Teach Kids to Love Their Veggies
... with fiscal year 2008 revenues of $5.3
billion. Clorox markets some of consumers' most trusted and recognized
brand names, including its namesake bleach
and cleaning products, Green
Works(TM) natural cleaners, Armor All(R) and STP(R) auto-care products,
Fresh Step(R) and Scoop Away(R) cat litter, ...
Nasal spray using body's immune system provides hope of cure for common cold
... Novabay, contains an analogue of N-Chlorotaurine (NCT), a compound produced by white blood cells when they are attacked. It works in a similar way to bleach
in that it creates a chlorine cover around microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses and fungi, which kills them.
Ronald Eccles, director of the ...
The American Red Cross Urges Safety in States Affected by Flooding
... Remove all items that have been wet for more than 48 hours.
To clean hard surfaces, use commercial cleaning products or a bleach
solution of 1 cup of bleach
to 1 gallon of water.
For more information on how you can prepare for a flood or other
disaster, contact your local Red Cross chapter or visit ...
Allergy expert has advice for flood victims
... couch might have to go; 6) hire a professional to clean affected areas of the building with appropriate materials often a solution of 10 percent bleach
In addition to allergic reactions, mold has other negative effects. The organisms release substances, volatile organic compounds or VOCs, ...
Are You Trying to Clean Your Home ... or Kill It?
... Those familiar, everyday cleaners, including tub, tile, shower
and toilet cleaner; drain and oven cleaner; wood and metal polishes,
and many more, are designated by the EPA as household
hazardous waste and improper disposal ... pollute the environment and
pose a threat to ...
New Clorox disinfectant is EPA registered to kill both known types of MRSA
... Coronavirus, Rotavirus, Salmonella enterica and E. coli. This hospital grade disinfectant is also a powerful cleaner with a no-rinse pH-neutral, bleach
This product offers confidence to those professionals who want to help reduce the spread of germs in their environment, ...
Choose Biodegradable Sunscreen to Save Coral Reefs
... while petrochemicals absorb them. * Read the label carefully -- many "natural" brands contain the ingredients scientists say cause coral to bleach
and die. * Choose a biodegradable sunscreen whose ingredients break down in seawater. * Beware of sunscreens that claim to be waterproof. "In ...
New Booklet Reveals 12 Proven Methods for Stopping MRSA from Infecting Your Feet and Your Family's Feet
... it on your body.
At home, bacteria breed quickly in damp towels, so wash them often. The water temperature should be 40 degrees if you use bleach
or 60 degrees without bleach. To receive a complimentary copy of Nirenberg's booklet, "MRSA and Your
Feet: 12 Ways to Protect Your Feet and Your ...
Disinfecting Rediwipes(TM) Launch Targets E. coli and Salmonella
... come in an easy to use, reach-in dispenser canister and work well
as an all-purpose cleaner to sanitize, deodorize, and disinfect. They are
free of bleach
and alcohol, and all product claims are supported and
approved by the Environmental Protection Agency. The product is made in the
Biomist Inc.: Health Officials Discover New Technology to Kill Superbug MRSA
... reach. For example, you can sanitize
between the keys on a laptop and kill pathogens without corrosion. This is
not possible with a spray bottle of bleach
and a rag." "Veterans Administration hospitals are leading the way in U.S. MRSA
prevention" says Charles Carman, a management consultant working ...
New Survey Finds that over Half of MRSA Patients Report Having Received No Information about the Disease from Health Care Providers
... not share towels, razors, or other personal care products. -- Change towels and sheets regularly, and wash them in hot water with detergent and bleach
before using them again. -- Targeted disinfection of surfaces that may have come in contact with MRSA infections or surfaces that people ...
Cleaning Hands, Saving Lives: The Spread of Staph Can Be Stopped
... Clean surfaces daily with an EPA-registered disinfectant according to the manufacturer's directions, or
-- Use a solution of one tablespoon of bleach
mixed in one quart of water to disinfect all non-disposable items and surfaces that may have come in contact with the infected area, wound ...
Damp, Moldy Homes May Cause Depression
... shady, and humid conditions, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Typically, routine cleaning with soap, water and bleach
can prevent mold from accumulating in the most susceptible areas, such as the seal of a refrigerator door, showers, windows, and air conditioners.
Antibacterial Soap Claims Just Don't Wash
... Diseases .
Other types of consumer antibacterial products that contain different active ingredients such as alcohol (hand sanitizers) or bleach
(household cleaners) were not included in the study.
The Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics has more about ...
Bleach Away Cancer
may have some beneficial effects in fighting ... as quantities of a compound that is similar to bleach
is produced when immune cells destroy bacteria or ... cells which were destroyed in a laboratory using bleach
showed very similar residue, leading the ...
Killing Power Of Bleach Enhanced By Addition Of Vinegar
... addition of white vinegar to common household bleach
(diluted form) can effectively destroy bacterial ... contamination. Sodium hypochlorite or laundry bleach
as it is commonly called is a common household ... the pH of the solution is about 8.5 or more, the bleach
may not be active against microbes. However, if ...
C Diff Infection Reported In Hospital
... and stomach ache. It is not highly infectious but can be contracted by ingesting spores of the bacteria through the mouth. Cleaning the hospital with bleach
is reported to have an abating effect on the bacteria.
Dr Ngozi Elumogo stated that they are currently working with local Primary Care Trust and ...
Pregnant Women Can Minimize Risk Of Rodent-Based Virus
... with one or more mice, have a non-pregnant individual remove the rodents, their droppings, urine and bedding, and clean affected surfaces with bleach
to ensure that the virus is destroyed.
-- Any woman who is pregnant or thinking of becoming pregnant should not acquire a pet mouse or hamster, ...
Detection of Neurological Disorder is Just a Sniff Away!!
... any of them//.
Melbourne researchers have found a relationship between identification of various smells such as coffee, whisky, roses and bleach
and neurological disorders such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Scientific director of the Melbourne ...
Americans’ Concern for Skin Infections, Flu, Spreads Across the Countr
... Clean surfaces daily with an EPA-registered disinfectant according to the manufacturer’s directions, or
? Use a solution of one tablespoon of bleach
mixed in one quart of water to disinfect all non-disposable items and surfaces that may have come in contact with the infected area, wound drainage, ...
Tooth-Whitening Products Work for Brightening Smiles in Short Term
... grown mightily over the past decade. Now, store shelves are filled with tooth-whitening products, all claiming to brighten smiles.
The products bleach
the teeth with chemicals — instead of cleaning them with abrasives — and are designed to be used only for a couple weeks at a time.
In the new ...
Hantavirus Scare Grips U.S
... even through airborne particles from places infested with mice. The virus needs to be killed during the clean-up time of the mice infested areas. bleach
water or disinfectant is best to kill the virus for maintaining hygiene in mice habitats ...