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Disposable medical exam gloves

Latex vs Nitrile vs Vinyl Gloves…Which to Choose?

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Updated: June 9, 2021 No disposable protective glove offers the exact same level of protection. In this dangerous public health age when superb hand hygiene and protection is essential, healthcare, industrial and food service workers can’t trust their hands and patients’ and customers’ health to just any disposable glove. All workers, no matter their industry […]

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B4 Brands Hand Sanitizer Safety

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March 30, 2021 — In recent months since the Pandemic has started several alerts have been issued by the FDA regarding ingredients being used in some Hand Sanitizer products. I am writing this release to assure you that B4 Brands has taken care over the last 17 years, to offer only the best ingredients in […]

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How Kids Can Beat The Coronavirus

As Our Students Return To School, Education & Distancing Essential For Their Protection By Clete Campbell “Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away Now it looks as though they’re here to stay” Opening Line to “Yesterday” By The Beatles The invisible enemy is everywhere these days: On the breath of unsuspecting friends and neighbors, […]

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Use Your Elbow to Help Avoid the Spread of Cold & Flu

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Experts Stress Coughing into Your Sleeve the Best Way To Prevent Colds and Flu From Spreading By Clete Campbell Who knew your elbow had bionic powers to stop the flu? From when we were kids, we’ve been taught to cover our mouth when we feel a sneeze or cough coming on. Covering your mouth, any […]

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CDC: Welcome to the ‘Post-Antibiotic Era’

U.S. Health Officials Caution Fast Rise of ‘Superbugs’ Present Public Health Epidemic By Clete Campbell We are officially living in a medical disaster movie. What seems like a shock news story lead is actually the alarming medial truth of “superbugs.” For as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention terms it, we are now […]

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Flu Routs Vaccine During Rough 2018-19 Season

Our best defense against influenza needs better stopping power against the scariest name in the flu game: H3N2. That’s the unanimous verdict of health experts after the flu vaccine had another rough season fighting off the flu. The vaccine was incompletely ineffective against the powerful H3N2 strain that dominated the end of the 2018-19 flu […]

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Private label lotion, soap and hand sanitizer

The B4 Brands Private Labeling Difference

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Whatever a customer’s specific needs, B4 Brands meets it with private label solutions. Whether a promotional product, a single private label item, or a complete branded line of skin care products, B4 Brands can design a custom formulation of high quality skin care products to meet a wide variety of market-specific needs and help you […]

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Influenza Puts A Big Hurt On U.S. Economy

Productivity’s Public Enemy No. 1 will cost country 100 million lost work days, 32 million school days and $10.4B in hospitalizations this year Influenza is a freight train that breaks for no one, especially wallets. The high cost of the flu is as miserable as the sickly hurt its puts on millions of Americans each […]

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Study: Sanitizer Beats Soap At Cleaning Kids’ Hands

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Pediatrics’ 8-month analysis of 911 toddlers finds kids using hand sanitizer miss fewer days of school, have fewer respiratory infections Kids are adorable, but as every parent can testify, they are also adorable germ machines. Kids collect sickly germs and bacteria like Microsoft collects cash: stockpiling them in factors of ten. They trade germs with […]

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Teachers & Kids Brace for the Back To School Germ Test

It’s August, the dog days of summer, and millions of American kids coast to coast are coming down with bad cases of BTSB: Back To School Germs. Unfortunately, America’s students aren’t the only ones headed back to class. Alas, germ class is back in session. When America’s students return to school this month, they will […]

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World Hand Hygiene Day May 5 Reminds Us of Life-Saving Power of Regular Handwashing

By Clete Campbell Soap plus water equals clean hands is the world’s most important public health formula. For in our hands is the key to keeping millions of people worldwide healthy. In our hands is the key to our own hygiene wellness. In our hands is the key to stopping a life-threatening organ dysfunction. On […]

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Beware The B Strain Late-Season Flu Blues

Secondary Strains Fueling Influenza’s Dangerous Late-Season Resurgence By Clete Campbell Of course, in this miserable 2017-18 flu season, influenza has a Plan B. After attacking Americans without remorse for months with a sickly, too often deadly assault of A Strains viruses, the U.S. Centers for Disease Controls report that B strains of influenza are fueling […]

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Licensed Home Flu Killers

Dependable Home Cleaning Agents Can Keep Your Family Safe During Season’s Dog Days Harder to eliminate than a No. 1 seed in the NCAA basketball tournament, harder to kill than a villain in a horror movie franchise, and infamous for hanging around the house longer than even the most annoying fly, the flu virus can […]

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How to Know Whether You Have a Cold or the Flu

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The vicious winter lion known as the 2017-18 cold and flu season is claiming victims by the day as Americans struggle to stay on their feet, at work and breathing easy. What NBC News is calling “the worst flu season in a decade” has already resulted in thousands of hospitalizations, hundreds of deaths, and widespread […]

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With flu cases surging nationwide, CDC issues Influenza Red Alert

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The intense, remorseless, relentless and certified severe 2017-18 cold and flu season hasn’t even reached halftime, but health officials are already issuing a coast-to-coast Influenza Red Alert. With flu outbreaks already reported in 46 of 50 states, the U.S. Centers for Disease Controls and Prevention are advising Americans to be extremely cautious to protect themselves […]

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Know the Germy Secrets School Lunch Boxes Keep

Ah, lunch, most kids’ favorite class of the day is a delicious, fun escape from school. Unfortunately, lunch can also be the sickliest period of the school day. The culprit is one of the least likely suspects to harbor harmful germs and bacteria. An alarming new study reveals almost 73 percent of school lunch boxes […]

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2017-18 Flu Season Forecast: Influenza Strikes Back

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Experts: Flu Could Roar With Sickly Wrath This Season The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases has issued a jarring warning for Americans coast to coast: Expect influenza to roar with a sickly might this cold and flu season. Unfortunately, influenza’s miserable resurgence is due in part to factors beyond everyone’s control. Severe weather, including the […]

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New Flu Vaccine Targets Influenza’s Most Notorious Strains

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The most worrisome and important words for the upcoming 2017-18 influenza season continue to be H1N1, H3N2 and B Victoria. With research, trends and statistics pointing to these three flu strains being the most prevalent and contagious in the United States and North American, the World Health Organization has designed its 2017-18 flu vaccine to […]

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Avant and Aterra hand hygiene products

Hand Sanitizer: An Essential Learning Tool For Schools

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Every American schoolkid and their parents have their own Back to School Check List, but for the country’s education centers, there’s an essential learning tool no school should open its doors without a full semester’s stock on hand. Reusable Foam Soap and Hand Sanitizer Dispensers are a valuable ally for every school district fighting to […]

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Top 5 Germiest Places of Summer

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Fun in the summer sun comes with a scary disclaimer. Hiding in plain sight are dangerous summer germs and bacteria that can be a bigger bummer than a first-degree sun burn or rain on the Fourth of July. With Americans’ favorite time of the year finally here, so are the Germs of Summer, which are […]

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World Hand Hygiene Day 2017

WHO Reminds Us Fight Against Antibiotic Resistance is ‘In Our Hands’

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Antibiotic resistant superbugs are a global health threat the world can’t sit on. That’s the powerful and alarming message the World Health Organization stressed in this year’s observance of World Hand Hygiene Day on Saturday, May 5. With super viruses, able to repel antibiotics on the rise, the WHO is challenging everyone to join the […]

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Proper Precautions to Help Prevent Infant RSV

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First came the coughing, then the running nose, then the fever. Next, a lost appetite. What two-month-old gets tired of milk, I thought? Time to call our pediatrician. Just a day later, my wife Jill and I were writhing in emotional pain as our infant daughter Mackenzie screamed her lungs out in terrible pain while […]

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Smart Hand Hygiene a Must in Fight Against Superbugs

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As certain as death and taxes, dangerous contagious bacteria and pathogens will forever be a part of our lives. And in these scary days of evolving superbugs, we need to be vigilant 24/7 in our hand hygiene practices. The sun may be setting on the 2016-17 flu and cold season, but we can hardly sleep […]

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America’s Top 2017 Hangouts For Germs and Bacteria

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More stealth than any fighter jet, more incognito than any spy, more invisible than H.G. Wells’s “The Invisible Man,” harmful germs and bacteria lie and live in plain sight during flu and influenza season. To put it bluntly, germs are everywhere, outnumbering 100 to one every single blade of grass in your yard and every […]

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