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“ WAR ON GERMS”. Question/statement. Are we as safe as we think?. ABC news. Abc news states that many people are dieing from aids. They say by 2025 more than 80 million people will die from aids Abc news says smoking may harm women more than men. Things to help.
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Question/statement Are we as safe as we think?
ABC news • Abc news states that many people are dieing from aids. • They say by 2025 more than 80 million people will die from aids • Abc news says smoking may harm women more than men.
Things to help • They state that there might be a new drug for smokers they say it will cure smoking like a disease. • baking soda helps kids during a Severe asthma attack • In the hospital they call it Sodium bicarbonate.
How to keep safe • Clean hands are the No. 1 way to fight illness say most doctors • Traditional alcohol based soap should do the trick • A new soap called Skin visible is a new fda approved antibacterial soap • It works for up to 4 hours
A new way people are helping themselves • Dry painting will be used to help the walls and doorknobs an other stuff like that against bacteria • Powder coating is a safe way to help protect our selves from germs • Hospitals use these ways to protect their patients from germs
Colds • Some doctors are saying that for a cold antibacterial medications will not work • Colds are not caused by cold weather they are caused by poor diet, and fatigue. • They say you should wipe things off with a alcohol cloth before you use it • They say that even when you used a tissue or cloth too much that it might re-infect you
Tips For Cleaning Our On Home • Take showers often • Clean kitchen surfaces with detergentto rid the germs • Clean your sink with bleach • DO NOT use a sponge they have more germs on it than what your wiping off with it • Don’t keep close law and hot dogs in your fridge for more than 10 days or it may get really germmy
Things that can be important • Some people are saying that the cleaning products aren't working like they tell us. • Counters, table surfaces, and bathrooms are the most important to keep clean. • To clean them use 1 part bleach and 10 parts water. • You can also clean fruit and vegetables with that substance.
More Important Things • There is no telling if bacteria will develop a resistance to antibacterial soap • If your skin is cracked or dry bacteria can get in easier. • If you wash your hands for 10-15 seconds it will help more than just washing your hands. • They are saying they are going to start spraying subway cars with antibacterial spray
More important things • In Japan people where face masks to help keep safe form the germs • When its hot and humid it’s the perfect time for germs to breed • Japan has huge outbreaks of E.coli • In the summer bleaches and extra strong deodorants sell best
More things to know • Banks Even make germ killing bank machines to help with the germs • When you pack your lunch touch only the wrapper. • When dining or cooking don’t handle food back and fourth this can spread germs
More Things To Know • Toys that are shared should be wiped off at least once a day, more often if children are at the age where they put them in their mouth. • For toys that cannot be wiped off, parents should discourage sharing. • Disinfect the surfaces of playpens and trays from highchairs. • Toothbrushes should be changed monthly and discarded after a cold or other illness
Wrap Up/ Opinion • My opinion is that we will never overcome germs • We should still lake medication to get better but we’re just going to get sick again
Resources • http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2003-05/kc-wog050903.php • www.abcnews.go.com/business • http://www.infinitebang.com/hfdna.com/index.php?view=newsreleases&subview=2003-10-31 • http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6893254/page/2/ • http://www.paloaltoonline.com/weekly/morgue/monthly/1999_Dec_8.GERMS.html • http://www.lancasteronline.com/pages/news/local/4/10215 • http://nationaljewish.org/news/healthtips/antibacterial.html • http://www.wjla.com/news/stories/1104/190066.html • http://www.morainefire.org/germ_warfare.htm