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Pathogenic bacteria in the food industry

Pathogenic bacteria in the food industry can cause outbreaks that affect the health and safety of consumers. Recently, an outbreak of Listeria has blown up all the alarms in the food industry. Is enough attention paid to hygiene? Are we aware of the importance it has in guaranteeing food security? ...
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Hygiene map in health centers

In our hygiene map in health centers you will find a summary of the products you need to ensure that the spaces are clean and free of germs. As we highlighted in our hygiene guide for socio-health centers, cleaning and disinfection, as well as personal hygiene of both patients and ...
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hygiene, sanitizer gel

Hand disinfectant gel, the best weapon against influenza in schools

Hydroalcoholic gel is an effective weapon against influenza in schools for both teaching staff and students. The flu, like any other viral disease, is highly susceptible to reaching epidemic levels in schools during the most critical times of the year. The lack of awareness of the youngest students when it ...
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office cleaning

Office hygiene

The hygiene in offices not only goes through the cleaning of surfaces or furniture, but also contemplates the environmental well-being or the equipment of the bathrooms. The hygiene in offices has as main objective to maintain aesthetically pleasing spaces and facilitate coexistence in them. Unlike what happens in the food ...
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Kids hygiene, germs, cleaning, hygiene

National Handwashing Awareness Week 2019

Personal hygiene begins and ends with our hands. And though we’re taught as youngsters to wash our hands before dinner, it’s important to remember that germs don’t care what time of day it is. Clean hands prevent sickness. So it’s especially important to learn the basics about hand hygiene so ...
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school hand hygiene, hand foot mouth disease

Wash your hands after recess in schools

Washing your hands after recess helps significantly reduce the bacterial load on children's hands and minimizes the risk of infections. Many children associate the moment of the shower with the act followed by returning home from the park. How many times have we heard that "shake your shoes before entering ...
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Christmas holiday season

Handwashing is the first line of defense in Christmas holiday

With the holidays around the corner, it’s important for people to make regular and thorough hand washing part of their routine. “Frequent hand washing can reduce the chance of infection and transmission of influenza, gastrointestinal illnesses and other illnesses like colds,” says Donna Lahey, head nurse of the Infection Prevention ...
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disposable gloves

How to remove gloves safely?

Removing gloves correctly is equally important as ensuring their use at times when there is a risk of infection. Gloves are a protective measure that acts as a barrier between the user and the environment, in cases where the user can have a negative impact on the space or vice ...
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bulk soap

Is bulk soap a source of pollution?

Bulk soap is susceptible to bacterial contamination, turning hand hygiene into a counterproductive action. In previous articles we argued why soap in charge is better than bulk soap. But we didn't talk about how soap is contaminated in bulk. We all use hand soap, not only to remove dirt, but ...
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cold or flu

How to Tell the Difference between cold & flu

You can get a cold anytime -- spring, summer, or fall, but most likely in winter. Flu season typically runs from November through March, although you can get it in October or as late as May. You can catch the flu at other times of the year. Do you know ...
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