Hand Sanitizer Doesn’t Help in Schools

August 12th, 2014, in Toxin Exposure and Long-Term Consequences, Toxins in Children

Alcohol-based hand sanitizers have been widely used in schools as a means to remove germs and therefore create a healthier environment (with less absences). A study shows that there is virtually no difference between the absentee rate of students at schools that used alcohol-based hand sanitizers when they coughed, sneezed and before meals.

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