The Telegraph November 2019 Number of infections resistant to antibiotics rises by 9% in one year

The Telegraph November 2019 Number of infections resistant to antibiotics rises by 9% in one year


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(Daily) anti-bacterial wipes pointless as bugs grow back in 20 minutes, scientist says
(Daily) anti-bacterial wipes pointless as bugs grow back in 20 minutes, scientist says

November 03, 2019

Anti-bacterial wipes pointless as bugs grow back in 20 minutes, scientist says

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Anti-bacterial wipes pointless as bugs grow back in 20 minutes, scientist says
Anti-bacterial wipes pointless as bugs grow back in 20 minutes, scientist says

September 02, 2019

Dr Lanyon was speaking to The Telegraph after conducting an experiment for the BBC programme, Trust Me I'm A Doctor, which found "dramatic growth" of microbes within 12 hours of cleaning of a regular kitchen surface with wipes.

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People will pay more for bathroom items with added antibacterial coating
People will pay more for bathroom items with added antibacterial coating

August 07, 2019

Kastus’s survey – which questioned 1,000 UK consumers – found that close to three quarters of people still use antibacterial sprays to clean their kitchens and bathrooms, while 44% use antibacterial wipes instead of reusable cloths despite consumers becoming more committed to finding more eco-friendly cleaning solutions.

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