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60% Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizer Found to Be Most Effective

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Some hygienic truths are self-evident. Even in the early days of our conscious medical hygienic fight against germs and bacteria, long before the word novel coronavirus appeared in a medical journal or was used at least once by almost every American at least once a day, alcohol’s remarkable ability to serve as a germ-killing agent […]

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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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Alcohol-free hand sanitizers, Available in bulk quantities.

The Great Germ-Stopping Debate: Alcohol-Based vs Alcohol-free Hand Sanitizers

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Updated: May 11, 2021 As we all strive to keep ourselves, families, coworkers, neighbors and communities safe during the COVID-19 pandemic era, hand sanitizer is standard, necessary equipment to help us thwart off infectious bacteria, germs and pathogens. You simply can’t safely leave your home without it. When soap and water are not available, there’s […]

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Benzalkonium Chloride, Alcohol-Free Sanitizer Just as Effective at Fighting COVID-19

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They had discovered a COVID-19-neutralizing revelation. As Brigham Young University researchers excitedly reviewed the results of their study, they found a new hope for a weary America and a new truth: the long-held rules have changed in the disinfecting fight against COVID-19.  Extensive research from BYU shows alcohol-free hand sanitizer to be just as effective […]

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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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Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria (ARB) Terrorizing Hospitals and Healthcare Centers

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Antibiotic-resistant bacteria ‘a global health emergency’ killing 23,000 Americans annually Doctors’ worst fear realized is now stalking U.S. hospitals, forcing the country’s health officials to think outside the box to try to derail a nightmare bacterium resistant to almost every drug. In 2017 alone, Kaiser Health News reports, antibiotic-resistant bacteria were found more than 200 […]

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Help! My Computer is Trying to Kill Me

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Practicing Smart Keyboard Hygiene Is A Must During Flu Season As you feverishly work and focus on trying to meet your next work deadline, we interrupt to ask this alarming, but imperative question: Is your computer trying to kill you? Warning: This is not a wild movie plot and this is not the story line […]

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CDC’s Verdict: FluMist Powerless in Fighting Flu

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Fighting influenza this upcoming flu season just got harder and more painful with the Centers for Disease Control’s recommendation of benching FluMist, the popular nasal spray influenza vaccine. The CDC’s Advisory Committee On Immunization Practices recommended on June 23 that people should not use FluMist due to its poor performance levels compared to the more […]

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Scientists Dig into Influenza’s Biggest Mystery

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It’s a puzzling flu riddle straight from Medicine’s X-Files: How do the smallest flu threats sometimes pack the biggest and sickliest punch? Scientists have found minor variants of flu strains not typically targeted on vaccines carry a more potent viral punch than previously realized, Medical News Today reported in early January 2016. Authors of the […]

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2015-16 Flu Forecast: A Tougher Vaccine for an Unpredictable Virus

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The 2014-15 flu U.S. season was a sickly influenza storm that never relented. The source of so many people’s flu misery last winter was H3N2, a resilient strain of influenza that had been quiet for several years and not included in the Centers For Disease Control’s official vaccine for the season. The strain spread to […]

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Secrets to Healthy Babies & Toddlers in a Germy World

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It’s a harsh, eye-opening and alarming truth for young parents: It’s a germy world and your babies and toddlers are enthusiastically trying to explore every bacteria-soaked inch of it every day. Try as you might, it’s Mission: Impossible to try to protect your babies and toddlers from all germs and bacteria. Ever hear the story […]

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Hand Hygiene Day Sends a Life-saving Message Worldwide

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We don’t need to be Superman, Iron Man or Wonder Woman. We all have the power to help save lives. It’s as easy washing our hands. Clean hands save lives. That’s the important message the World Health Organization is sending worldwide May 5 during World Hand Hygiene Day. Clean hands prevent infection and stop illnesses […]

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The Dangers of the Soapless Classroom

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A parent walks into her daughter’s kindergarten class during a parent visit day in the middle of one of the worst flu seasons in recent U.S. history. Knowing that germs and bacteria love to hang out in America’s schools more than kids love recess, the parent heads to the sink to wash her hands. At […]

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Rise of H3N2 Could Worsen This Year’s U.S. Flu Season

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This winter’s flu season has come in like a lion, and is already neutralizing the effectiveness of some flu shots and could lead to a large increase in deaths and hospitalizations. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported in early December that an aggressive type of influenza is circulation and some strains aren’t covered […]

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Applying alcohol-free hand sanitizer to hands

Are You Properly Applying Hand Sanitizer? Probably Not.

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 Apply to hand sanitizer to hands, rub quickly on hands, 99.9 percent of germs gone, right? Wrong. When soap and water aren’t available, nothing’s more effective than scrubbing hands clean of germs and bacteria than hand sanitizer, but proper application procedures are needed to ensure hand sanitizers can do their job and cleanse hands of […]

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How do Doctors and Nurses Avoid Getting the Cold and Flu?

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Ever notice how usually the only folks not coughing and sneezing up a storm during cold and flu seasons are the people who spend the most time around germs, bacteria and viruses? They’re not magicians, they’re just doctors and nurses and experts on cold and flu defense plans. Medical professionals are exposed to sick people […]

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Antibacterial Soaps…..Generally Unnecessary

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Hand hygiene products labeled as “antibacterial” are produced with active antibacterial chemicals such as triclosan, chloroxylenol, and Benzalkonium Chloride which are intended to kill bacteria and microbes. Yet in recent years the purported benefits of antimicrobial products have been challenged by organizations such as the USDA and FDA, and an increasing amount of research has […]

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