Fecal matter in your toothbrush?

The Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut found that using a shared bathroom may greatly increase the risk of fecal germs on your toothbrush.   The study utilized students who shared communal bathrooms.  (The study was presented at the American Society for Microbiology annual meeting in New Orleans). Now the investigators studied how toothbrushes were stored, i.e., [...]

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Dementia & bladder control

There are many reaons bladder control starts to suffer as we age.  The causes of both diabetes and dementia can certainly contribute to the problem. NOTE:  Utilizing “menstrual pads” is a lot cheaper and easier than using the expensive DEPENDS.  The pads are designed to both hold the fluid volume and eliminate any orders while [...]

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