-- Mary Elizabeth Dallas
SATURDAY, March 16 (HealthDay News) -- Although spring-cleaning
may have become a thing of the past, germs haven't. They continue
to grow and linger in one of their favorite places -- the
"People these days just don't take time out from their busy schedule to clean," Donna Duberg, an assistant professor of clinical laboratory science at Saint Louis University, said in a university news release.
Even if you're not planning to strip down bedding and curtains
to get rid of the dust and dirt that accumulated over the winter
months, Duberg offered some streamlined ways to create a germ-free
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provides health
and safety information on
household cleaning products.
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