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MRSA: Prevention planning for a growing concern

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Buckeye International, Inc. introduces their new website, which is a great way to get to know more about the company in general and the products in particular. You can
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Colorful language for effective communication

Aileen Cleary
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With more than 2 million workers, the cleaning industry has one of the largest and most diverse workforces in the U.S. Because its workers represent so many different nationalities, languages
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The science of clean: A look at enzymes

Danielle Downs
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There is a science to getting a job done right. For cleaning professionals, detergent science keeps their businesses running. The cleaning trends of the last decade have spanned from the
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Keeping educational communities safe

Chris Torry
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When October 2007 dawned, the only thing that Catherine Anne Bentley, Shae Kiernan, and Ashton Bonds had in common was that they were in various stages of their education. By
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Network Services Company launches Healthy Measures

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SHAUMBURG, IL — In the fight to combat lethal infections and improve patient satisfaction, hospitals pick Healthy Measures.
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MRSA reported in high school

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TRAVERSE, MI — Students are taking extra precautions at Traverse City West High School, where two unlinked cases of MRSA have been reported this school year.
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Study finds hand disinfectants do little in terms of prevention

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WASHINGTON — A team of researchers led by University of Virginia cold expert Ronald Turner found in a nationwide study that alcohol-based hand disinfectants fail to significantly reduce the frequency of infection from either the rhinovirus or the influenza virus.
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Public hand washing takes a hike

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BOSTON — Mom''s advice about cleaning your hands may finally be starting to get through.
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Cockroaches could help fight bacteria

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LONDON — Cockroaches and locusts, which are widely reviled for their dirty image, could actually be more of a health benefit than a health risk.
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Medical surgical ICU infection rate drops to zero

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SYRACUSE, NY — The infection rate in Upstate University Hospital’s medical surgical intensive care unit, which had been one of the highest in the state in 2008, dropped to zero last year.
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