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Sparkling Shopping Carts?

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Researchers from the University of Arizona swabbed shopping cart handles in four states looking for bacterial contamination. Of the 85 carts examined, 72 percent turned out to have a marker for fecal bacteria.
The researchers took a closer look at the samples from 36 carts and discovered Escherichia coli, more commonly known as E. coli, on 50 percent of them — along with a host of other types of bacteria.

To protect yourself always swipe the handles with a disinfectant wipes. Shopping cart bags is another option. Watch the following two videos for more information.


Watch the informational Video: Shopping cart germs




Watch the Video: Shopping cart bags


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