Most of us never give a second thought to how long we’ve had that old chopping board – or those pillows, even that hairbrush.
But while they may all look clean and serviceable enough, these seemingly innocent household items can actually harbour potentially harmful bacteria if used too long, regardless of how often they’re cleaned.
Here, with the help of scientific experts, we examine how often you should spring clean those everyday household items – and when it’s time to simply throw them in the bin . . . Read more
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
The Bacteria Timebomb in Your Home
Angela Epstein tells how to eradicate household bugs that can trigger heart disease, allergies, and stroke.