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Which is better: Soap or hand sanitizer? - Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson

  • Which is better: Soap or hand sanitizer? - Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson

    6:15

    Dig into the science of how soap breaks down a coronavirus, and the effectiveness of hand sanitizer against a viral outbreak.

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    Your hands, up close, are anything but smooth. With peaks and valleys, folds and rifts, there are plenty of hiding places for a virus to stick. If you then touch your face, the virus can infect you. But there are two extraordinarily simple ways you can keep that from happening: soap and water, and hand sanitizer. So which is better? Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson investigate.

    Lesson by Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson, directed by Artrake Studio.

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  • What is a coronavirus? - Elizabeth Cox

    5:16

    Dig into the science of coronaviruses and find out how they cause diseases such as SARS, MERS, and COVID-19.

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    For almost a decade, scientists chased the source of a deadly new virus through China’s tallest mountains and most isolated caverns. They finally found it in the bats of Shitou Cave. The virus in question was a coronavirus that caused an epidemic of severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS, in 2003. So what exactly is a coronavirus, and how does it spread? Elizabeth Cox explains.

    Lesson by Elizabeth Cox, directed by Anton Bogaty.

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  • When is a pandemic over?

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    Explore the three strategies governments and communities can use to contain and end a pandemic, and find out which method is best.

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    Consider the following scenario: a highly infectious, sometimes deadly respiratory virus infects humans for the first time. It spreads rapidly worldwide, and the WHO declares a pandemic. The death toll starts to rise and everyone is asking the same question: when will the pandemic end? Alex Rosenthal details the three main strategies governments can use to contain and end a pandemic.

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  • KGW investigates: Hand sanitizer vs. soap and water

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    During cold and flu season, having clean hands is one of the most important steps you can take to avoid getting sick. So, which is better: washing with soap and water or hand sanitizer?

    To find out, we conducted a test at the Providence Regional Microbiology Lab in Portland.

    Pathologist Dr. Margret Oethinger doused my hands with a nasty brew of E. coli. Then, I dabbed my germ-infested hand onto an incubation plate.

    For the first test, I used just a small amount of hand sanitizer. It was about the size of a dime. I rubbed the hand sanitizer around on my hands until it was dry on the skin. Then, I dabbed the petri dish.

    After washing thoroughly, we repeated the exercise. That meant more E. coli. This time I used a lot of hand sanitizer: three pumps from the dispenser. It was literally dripping from my hands. It took some time for the alcohol-based sanitizer to dry.

    The next test involved washing with soap and water. We repeated the steps: First, I washed thoroughly, then doused my hands with the E. coli mixture. This time, I washed with soap and water. It was brief, probably about the length of time most people spend at the sink. I rubbed the soap around, then rinsed and dried with paper towels.

    The final test involved serious washing. I followed our same routine. This time, I washed with soap and water for nearly 30 seconds. I scrubbed every finger, around the nails and the front and back of both hands. They felt really clean.

    Dr. Oethinger placed the samples in an incubator at the lab. Then, 24 hours later, we returned to see the results.

    Heavy hand sanitizer was most effective. The incubation plate showed little growth when I used a lot of hand sanitizer.

    “The hand sanitizer would have an advantage,” explained Dr. Tobias Pusch, an infectious disease specialist at Providence Health & Services.

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol. You should put enough sanitizer on your hands to cover all surfaces.

    “As long as you have the product in your hand you want to keep your hands wet until it slowly dries out,” said Dr. Pusch.

    Heavy hand washing with soap and water was also effective, although it showed some E. coli growth on the incubation plate.

    “Regular hand-washing with soap doesn’t necessarily kill the bacteria off, it’s more mechanical, cleansing,” explained Dr. Pusch.

    Hand washing reduces the amounts of all types of germs, pesticides and metals on your hands according to the CDC.

    Health experts suggest you scrub all surfaces of your hands for 20 seconds. A good way to reinforce good hand-washing is to hum the “Happy Birthday” song twice.

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  • Are all of your memories real? - Daniel L. Schacter

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    Dig into the psychology of how memories are susceptible to false information and why we shouldn’t treat them as truth.

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    In a 1990’s study, participants recalled getting lost in a shopping mall as children. Some shared these memories in vivid detail, but there was one problem: none of these people had actually gotten lost in a mall. They produced these false memories after psychologists told them they’d gotten lost and parents confirmed it. So what’s going on? Daniel L. Schacter explores the fallibility of our memory.

    Lesson by Daniel L. Schacter, directed by AIM Creative Studios.

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  • Soap or sanitiser? Which works better?

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    Following the outbreak of COVID-19 in several countries, various measures have been suggested to reduce the risk of infection. Cleaning one’s hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or washing them with soap and water is essential, as specified by WHO.

    Why is this important? And, how does washing with soap help get rid of the coronavirus?

  • How can we solve the antibiotic resistance crisis? - Gerry Wright

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    Take a closer look at the challenges of antibiotic resistance and what we can do to prevent losing this vital medicine.

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    Antibiotics: behind the scenes, they enable much of modern medicine. We use them to cure infectious diseases, and to safely facilitate everything from surgery to chemotherapy to organ transplants. But we’ve stopped discovering new ones and we’re at risk of losing them forever. How did we get into this situation? Gerry Wright shares what we can do about antibiotic resistance.

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  • The myth of Jason, Medea, and the Golden Fleece - Iseult Gillespie

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    Follow Jason as he attempts to steal the Golden Fleece from King Aeetes and enlists the help of the king's daughter, Medea. (Part Two of the myth of Jason and the Argonauts)

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    In Colchis, the hide of a mystical flying ram hangs from the tallest oak, guarded by a dragon who never sleeps. The only way Jason can pry it from King Aeetes’ clutches and win back his promised throne is by facing three perilous tasks— without the help of the Argonauts. Unbeknownst to the king, his daughter Medea was plotting something. Iseult Gillespie shares the myth of the Golden Fleece.

    Lesson by Iseult Gillespie, directed by Jordan Bruner.

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  • How do you know if you have a virus? - Cella Wright

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    Dig into two testing techniques for viruses: PCR tests to diagnose an infection and immunoassays to detect antibodies.

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    A new virus emerges and spreads like wildfire. In order to contain it, researchers must first collect data about who’s been infected. Two main viral testing techniques are critical: one tells you if you have the virus and the other shows if you’ve already had it. So, how exactly do these tests work? Cella Wright explores the science of PCR tests and immunoassays.

    Lesson by Cella Wright, directed by Hype CG.

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  • Can you outsmart the fallacy that fooled a generation of doctors? - Elizabeth Cox

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    Dig into the false cause fallacy, which assumes that one event causes another, and learn how to distinguish between correlation and causation.

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    It’s 1843, and a debate is raging about one of the most common killers of women: childbed fever— no one knows what causes it. One physician has observed patients with inflammation go on to develop childbed fever, and therefore believes the inflammation causes the fever. What's the problem with this argument? Elizabeth Cox explores the false cause fallacy and how to dissect claims with skepticism.

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  • Soap vs Sanitizer Science

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    How does soap fight viruses and bacteria? Is Sanitizer better to use? What's the science behind washing your hands?

    I made this special video explaining it to kids and adults alike.

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  • How to Wash Your hands

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    How good are you at washing your hands?

    Phil McCordic shows you how to wash your hands the scientific way!
    Plus adds a rhyme that helps you remember it.

    Hatching excellent plans
    Starfish stacked on both my hands
    Right thumb squeeze, left thumb squeeze
    Train car hitch
    Anemones
    Wrist and side, wrist and side
    Microbes cannot get inside
    Rinse them off and you're all done
    The microbe battle is won.

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    Music courtesy of Trevor Ziebarth.

  • Elderly man mistakes frozen drink machine for hand-sanitizing station.

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    A video recently was posted to Twitter allegedly showing a confused elderly man walking into a convenience store, approaching a frozen drink machine, and pouring some of the red liquid on his hands. He then rubs his hands together in a way that makes it appear as though he assumed the machine was a hand-sanitizer dispenser.

  • How to avoid the covid-19 virus

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  • Soap vs Corona

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  • This Will Happen To Your Body If You Use Hand Sanitizer Every Day

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    If you frequently use hand sanitizer, proper hygiene is obviously important to you. But what does it actually do? Here are a few things that you might want to know about if you're using the stuff on a daily basis.

    The primary reason that people use hand sanitizer is to kill bacteria and viruses, and it primarily works because it's a vehicle for alcohol. Writing for Verywell Health, registered nurse Kristina Duda broke down how and why it works, saying,

    Alcohol-based hand sanitizer is simple to use, convenient, and often easy to find. Alcohols have long been known to kill microbes by dissolving their protective outer layer of proteins and disrupting their metabolism.

    That's definitely good news for the health-conscious commuter, or anyone else who often finds themselves suffering through circumstances that are less-than-sanitary. But Duda cautions that using hand sanitizer isn't a substitute for washing your hands. For all its strength and convenience, it can't do as much good for you as soap, water, and proper handwashing technique. As Duda put it,

    Hand sanitizer can help kill microbes, but it isn't effective on all germs.

    Sorry, germaphobes. Duda also added that hand sanitizer will do nothing for the other substances that may be on your hands, like dirt, grime, or anything else you'd want to wash off.

    It's also important to apply sanitizer properly for it to be as effective as possible. So make sure you're using the right amount, fully coating both of your hands, and rubbing your hands together until it dries.

    Watch the video to see what will happen to your body if you use hand sanitizer every day!

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    In this video, I am going to tell you whether hand sanitizer or soap is the best choice in killing the coronavirus.
    In this video, I also explain how soaps and hand sanitizers kill the coronavirus.
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  • Covid-19: What Is Important of Using Face Masks, Hand Sanitizer and Social Distancing?

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  • BARU! Softies Perlindungan Antibacterial #BersihDiManaAja

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    Kini Tersedia Softies tisu basah antibacterial, hand sanitizer, dan masker

  • Soap vs Sanitizer

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    A short video describing the difference in activity between soaps and hand sanitizers against viruses.

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    How to make hand sanitizer with just four simple ingredients. It's anti-bacterial keeping your immune system strong and keep you safe from the CoronaVirus. Thanks for watching!

  • The surprising reasons animals play dead - Tierney Thys

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  • Which is better: Soap or hand sanitizer? TED 한글,영어자막-UK영어연구소

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    *비누와 손 세정제 중 어떤 게 더 나을까요? - 알렉스 로젠달, 폴 토르다르손 Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson

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  • Why soap is so good at killing Coronavirus

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    FOX61's Rachel Frank explains why regular-old soap and water is so effective at destroying COVID-19. yay soap!




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  • Coronavirus and Alcohol-Based Hand Gels

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  • Membuat Hand Sanitizer dari Daun Sirih dan Lidah Buaya

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    BADUNG, KOMPAS.TV - Tingginya harga handsanitizer saat pandemi covid-19 ini, membuat Karang Taruna Dharma Kanti Jimbaran, Badung, Bali memproduksi handsanitizer herbal.

    Handsanitizer ini dibuat dari bahan dasar herbal, yakni daun sirih, lidah buaya dan jeruk nipis.

    Untuk proses pembuatannya lidah buaya dan daun sirih dipotong kecil kecil kemudian direbus secara terpisah selama 15 menit dengan suhu antara 90 hingga 100 derajat celcius.

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    Dipilihnya daun sirih karena memiliki khasiat bersifat antibakteri yang bisa membunuh kuman. Sementara lidah buaya dipakai untuk menjaga kelembaban kulit.

    Selama 3 hari berproduksi handsanitizer herbal ini, Karang Taruna Dharma Kanti Jimbaran menghasilkan 150 liter hand sanitizer, dan dikemas kedalam 1.500 botol. Hand sanitizer yang sudah dikemas kemudian dibagikan secara gratis kepada warga desa adat jimbaran.

  • The Egyptian myth of the death of Osiris - Alex Gendler

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    Dig into the Egyptian myth of Osiris, trapped by his brother, the warrior god Set, in a coffin and tossed into the Nile to die.

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    Long jealous of his older brother Osiris, the god who ruled all of Egypt, the warrior god Set plotted to overthrow him. Hosting an extravagant party as a ruse, Set announced a game— whoever could fit perfectly in a wooden chest could have it as a gift. But the chest was a coffin, trapping Osiris inside. Will his sisters be able to find and free him? Alex Gendler details the myth of Osiris.

    Lesson by Alex Gendler, directed by Keegan Thornhill.

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  • COVID-19 as a Catalyst of shared Space | Agustina Martire | TEDxQueensUniversityBelfast

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    Taking back the Street. COVID-19 as a Catalyst of shared Space

    Agustina discusses some of the changes to streets, brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. She talks about the use of temporary infrastructure to redistribute the space of streets and how the pandemic is acting as a catalyst for something that has been happening for decades in other cities, in the quest for a healthier and calmer urban environment. A lecturer in architecture, Agustina has an interest in urban history and theory, specifically in the significance of local mixed streets, their fabric, histories and experiences. She studied architecture at Universidad de Buenos Aires, where she worked in research and practice. Continuing her research and design experience in the Netherlands, she completed a PhD in TU Delft studying the history of urban leisure waterfronts. Agustina then worked as a post-doctoral researcher in TUDelft and UCD Dublin.

    She currently leads the StreetSpace project; an international and interdisciplinary project that studies local mixed streets, shedding light on the way streets are used, experienced and represented. StreetSpace is a collaborative studio unit in the Masters of Architecture, funded by the Department for Communities and supported by Belfast City Council. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

  • Bouncing, Sticking, Exploding Viruses: Understanding the Surface Chemistry of SARS-CoV-2

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    Research by Michigan Tech's Health Research Institute seeks to understand the surface chemistry of viruses and how its interactions with surfaces — stainless steel, copper, plastic, cardboard — can increase the virus's viability or kill the virus particles.


  • The myth of Irelands two greatest warriors - Iseult Gillespie

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    Dive into the Irish myth of Táin Bò Cuailnge, where Queen Meadhbh of Connaught seeks to capture the fabled brown bull of Ulster.

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    Cú Chulainn, hero of Ulster, stood at the ford at Cooley, ready to face an entire army single handedly— all for the sake of a single bull. The army in question belonged to Queen Meadhbh of Connaught. Enraged at her husband’s possession of a white bull of awesome strength, she set out to capture the fabled brown bull of Ulster at any cost. Iseult Gillespie details the Irish myth Táin Bò Cuailnge.

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  • How I confronted my procrastination

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    Oleksandra Bibik offers simple advice on how to quit procrastinating and improve your productivity.

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    Speaker Oleksandra Bibik knew that procrastination was hindering her from achieving all that she wanted to in life. So, Oleksandra set out on a self-led experiment and journey: a week focused entirely on improving her productivity. In this compelling Talk, Oleksandra reveals the three key insights she discovered and how to integrate them into your life.

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  • Bread vs. Your Hands | Insider Experiment | May 28, 2020 | Taiwan Insider on RTI

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    [You’ll never believe what happened to these slices of bread.]

    In the very first Taiwan Insider science fair project, we tried to find out what happens when you touch bread with your dirty hands, and after washing with soap and hand sanitizer. We waited for THREE WEEKS. The results will shock you to your core.

    #勤洗手 #TaiwanInsider #Taiwan
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  • Hand-washing beats sanitizers for flu prevention

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    Studies show good old-fashioned hand-washing is better at removing the flu virus than convenient hand sanitizers.

  • Soap or Sanitizer? What fights coronavirus better?

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    - This is the ENGLISH VERSION of my previous video -

    Should you wash your hands with soap or is using hand sanitizer the better way to kill Corona virus?

    We'll explain the science.

    Added english subtitles!

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    ~ SOURCES and related links ~

    ✎ Official recommendation of the Center for Disease Control on hygiene measures for corona viruses:

    ✎ Chemistry professor Palli Thordarson from the University of New South Wales School of Chemistry explains what happens chemically when washing your hands with soap:

    ✎ Good article about the ingredients of disinfectants and how they work:

    ✎ Study that shows that it does not matter which soap you use:



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  • Does hand sanitizer really kills germs?

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    More and more schools are asking kids to bring hand sanitizer to the first day with the rest of their supplies. How important is that, really?

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  • Where does our water come from? Hands-on aquifer model

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    With simple items found around your home, you can build a model of an aquifer. For most of us in northeast and east-central Florida, our water comes from underground in the Floridan aquifer. Learn about the different types of materials that make up this aquifer and how water levels are influenced when you join a staffer from the St. Johns River Water Management District in this hands-on lesson. Additional free resources and information on our website at and

  • SANITIZER VS SOAP ? WHICH IS BEST FOR CORONAVIRUS? SANDAN REVIEWS

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    #Sanitizer #Soap #SanitizerorSoapWhichisBest?
    SANITIZER VS SOAP ? WHICH IS BEST FOR CORONAVIRUS? SANDAN REVIEWS. Lets find out.

  • Hand Sanitizer vs Soap and Water

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    Kids who cleaned their hands using hand sanitizer instead of soap and water missed less school, according to a new study. Keeping their hands clean is a big step in teaching kids proper hygiene. But HOW they get clean could make a significant difference in whether small children get sick. Hand sanitizer is a better way to clean hands than washing with soap and water, a study published in Pediatrics found.

  • FDA Warns Of Potentially Toxic Hand Sanitizers Made In Mexico

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    There's a new warning about some hand sanitizer products made in Mexico.

  • Student research on hand soap vs. hand sanitizer

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    Douglas College's annual Student Research Day took place March 30, 2015.This video features a student project on hand soap vs. hand sanitizer.

  • Hand Sanitiser you never knew you had!

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    Here we take a look at Firedragon fuel block, this gel block doubles up as a hand sanitiser. Something most Bushcrafters/Outdoors people have in their pack!




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  • Is Hand Sanitizer Bad for Your Skin? Negative effect of sanitizer-Dr.Urmila Nischal |Doctors Circle

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    Dr. Urmila Nischal | Appointment booking no: 080 2338 0138
    Consultant Dermatologist & Dermatopathologist | Nirmal Skin & Hair Clinic, Bangalore
    In the current scenario I cannot say that hand sanitizer are bad for your skin because we need to use the hand sanitizer from getting infected and from us as well as preventing the spread of coronavirus disease or transmission. So what does this hand sanitizer contain? This hand sanitizer usually contains 50 to 60% alcohol and alcohol kills bacteria and viruses and that is how you have to tackle. These sanitizers kill too many bacteria. They cannot differentiate between the good and the bad bacteria.
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  • VERIFY: Can hand sanitizer cause your car to catch fire?

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    Technically, yes. But, it's not likely -- at all.

  • How Can SOAP Kill a Virus?

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    Viruses can be really nasty things, but you might be surprised by how much damage a simple bit of SOAP can do! We've all been told to wash our hands during the Coronavirus outbreak, but have you wondered just how much good it's doing?

    This video was inspired by an excellent post by the New York Times. Check it out here:

    Find out more about Covid-19 from the Fact Checked Coronavirus Information Centre:


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