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Food Fraud: A Growing Problem

Fake organic vegetables, diluted honey with added sugar, “extra-virgin” olive oil mixed with vegetable oil, fish sold under another name, expired products repackaged and returned to grocery shelves... Food fraud is an economic crime that’s growing rampant around the world. It is now part of the day-to-day considerations of the farm-to-table food industry. It’s also...

Is Swimming in Cold Water a Good Idea?

This may come as a shock, but swimming in cold water is not as extreme as you might think. In fact, it can even be good for you. You don’t have to go for ice-cold water, either. Even cool water can be incredibly invigorating. No wonder this activity is gaining in popularity! Benefits of swimming...

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Kitchen Sponges: Crawling with Bacteria!

Sponges are widely used in kitchens because they make tasks like washing dishes and cleaning countertops easy. But what’s supposed to be an ally in good hygiene can actually become a serious health risk when not used properly. That’s because the average kitchen sponge is dirtier than a toilet or even a garbage can. Just...

How to keep any floor looking like new longer?

Avoid dragging furniture or heavy objects along the surface of the floor when you need to move them. Attach felted pads under the legs of furniture and chairs so that you can easily glide them without scuffing the surface. Check the pads periodically for wear, and replace them when needed.

How to keep office floors looking like new longer?

Never use wheeled chairs directly on the floor – use a chair mat or a hard plastic floor protector instead. Also place protectors under narrow furniture casters, or replace them with large rubber or soft polyurethane wheels.

The next time you’re at the gym

Remember to wash your hands before AND after using the machines. Bring your own water bottle, towel, and floor mats (and clean them often). And don’t forget to shower after your workout. These steps will greatly reduce your exposure to the infectious germs that thrive in hot and humid environments like gyms and locker rooms.