RESEARCH has detected a host of different, potentially disease-causing germs on everything from doorknobs to paper money. Surveys of ice cubes or ice water served at restaurants also indicate higher than expected concentrations of bacteria, to the extent that even toilet water was found to contain less bacteria in comparison.
EVERY now and then we come across a report that some place or other or some thing has got so much more bacteria than we expect. But the truth of the matter is that if we started to analyse, really test every facet of our lives, we are going to be jolted out of our comfort zone.
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