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Public restroom soap may be dirtier than toilet water | KFAB (Radio-Omaha, NE)

Public restroom soap may be dirtier than toilet water | KFAB (Radio-Omaha, NE) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Contaminated soap oftentimes contains so much fecal matter that it leaves your hands dirtier than before you washed them
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Public restroom soap may be dirtier than toilet water | KYOT (Radio-Phoenix)

Public restroom soap may be dirtier than toilet water | KYOT (Radio-Phoenix) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Contaminated soap oftentimes contains so much fecal matter that it leaves your hands dirtier than before you washed them
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How to Keep Your Kitchen Germ-free | Buzzle (Blog)

Did you know that your kitchen could be a hotspot for breeding bacteria and germs? This Buzzle article will give you some shocking facts, and some practical remedies to keep your kitchen germ-free.
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60% Of People Go To Work Sick, Study Says | Agora Dialogue

60% Of People Go To Work Sick, Study Says | Agora Dialogue | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
If there is one thing most workers can count on this cold and flu season, it's that a co-worker is more than likely to get them sick, new research shows.
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Way Too Many People Go To Work Sick | Huffington Post

Way Too Many People Go To Work Sick | Huffington Post | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

If there is one thing most workers can count on this cold and flu season, it's that a co-worker is more than likely to get them sick, new research shows.

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Entomology Professor Gets Grant to Study Bacteria in Wasps | UANews

Entomology Professor Gets Grant to Study Bacteria in Wasps | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

University of Arizona entomology professor Molly Hunter has received a $520,000 National Science Foundation grant to explore bacterial manipulation of insect reproduction.

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In the Bull's-Eye of Climate Change | UANews

In the Bull's-Eye of Climate Change | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

A panel of distinguished University of Arizona climate experts spoke before a crowd of about 100 in the Kiva auditorium in the Student Union Memorial Center, commenting on the latest United Nations report on climate change, published just a few hours prior. The panel interpreted the report's findings and shared implications for the Southwest.

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Donald Lightner named Aquaculture Person of the Year | IntraFish

Donald Lightner named Aquaculture Person of the Year | IntraFish | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
IntraFish Media's Fish Farming International names veteran shrimp pathologist its Aquaculture Person of the Year 2013 for his unrivalled work on EMS.
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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | Health Daily Tips

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on: People will get sick. And when they do, many will bring their germs to work, putting others at risk.
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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | StreetInsider

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on:...

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | KCBD (TV-Lubbock, TX)

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on: People will get sick. And when they do, many will bring their germs to work, putting others at risk. 

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | WLAX (TV-La Crosse, WI)

WLAX/WEUX FOX25/48 is your home for news, weather, sports, and contests in the Chippewa Valley.
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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | WXTX (TV-Columbus, GA)

Why? They feel they're "essential" or have too much on their plates. A survey released today by Kimberly-Clark Professional found that 59 percent of people go to work when they're sick. Three in 10 said it was because they were too important to the business operation, which prompts the question: Are their germs essential too?

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Energy Department Awards UA-Led Team $8M to Research Algae Biofuel | UANews

Energy Department Awards UA-Led Team $8M to Research Algae Biofuel | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
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Bedbugs Found At U Of A Library | KJZZ (Radio-Tempe)

Bedbugs Found At U Of A Library | KJZZ (Radio-Tempe) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

An infestation of bed bugs forced the closure of parts of the Main Library at the University of Arizona for a time late last week. The first dead bug was noticed by a library employee, in the downstairs computer lab area last Wednesday, according to UA Facilities Management.

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60% Of People Go To Work Sick, Study Says | Latest News Online

If there is one thing most workers can count on this cold and flu season, it’s that a co-worker is more than likely to get them sick, new research shows.

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How to avoid the flu in your office | Mother Nature Network

How to avoid the flu in your office | Mother Nature Network | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Washing, wiping and sanitizing will help reduce your chances of contracting the flu by 80 percent.
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Revolutionary Parenting | Arizona Alumni Magazine

Revolutionary Parenting | Arizona Alumni Magazine | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Humans are odd. 
Not because we balk at $4 a gallon for gas but will suck down six venti lattes at $25 a gallon. Not because we drive to the gym to jog in place. Not even because we stress and sweat over how to sign off in email.
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A dubious achievement for humanity | Arizona Daily Star

A dubious achievement for humanity | Arizona Daily Star | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Earlier this year, scientists at the NOAA Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii announced a major threshold in the Earth system had been crossed: the concentration of the greenhouse gas carbon
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Farming a Toxin To Protect Crops, Pollinators and People | Scientific American

Farming a Toxin To Protect Crops, Pollinators and People | Scientific American | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Genetically modified crops that produce the pest-killing toxin Bt increase yields and reduce the use of noxious chemical insecticides. But like any powerful tool, they must be used responsibly
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Gross or Dangerous: Home Edition | YouBeauty (Blog)

Find out if these areas around your kitchen and home are filled with dangerous germs or just a little gross.
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Why you should call in sick | ConsumerAffairs

Why you should call in sick | ConsumerAffairs | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
As another cold and flu season gets underway, one things is a given. There's going to be a lot of coughing and sneezing around school or the office. That j
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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | KCEN (TV-Temple, TX)

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on: People will get sick. And when they do, many will bring their germs to work, putting others at risk. 

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | State Journal (Charleston, WV)

A cough, a sneeze, an unwashed hand touching an elevator button, stair railing, ATM machine or other "hot spot" in an office or other location – that's all it takes to spread cold and flu germs. Viruses on surfaces like sink faucets and door handles can spread rapidly, especially in public places, and studies have shown that workers are exposed to illness-causing bacteria right in their own break rooms, as well as elsewhere around the office.

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | WTVG (TV-Toledo, OH)

Why? They feel they're "essential" or have too much on their plates. A survey released today by Kimberly-Clark Professional found that 59 percent of people go to work when they're sick. Three in 10 said it was because they were too important to the business operation, which prompts the question: Are their germs essential too?

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