WNN Papers: Eeek Germs

Find out the latest and best ways to protect against germs.
2:57 | 12/06/11

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And world news now delivers your morning okay. This -- -- is near and dear to my heart I was out Sheikh yesterday. It is that hey this is refusing spreading germs -- look like you since I was a little lower after the office parties. Oh but I think you -- back -- comes out of Wall Street Journal it's a way to keep cold and flu germs out and it's at you know -- Anti bacterial scar. Nasal sprays are swaps and do they work there's one thing it's called -- nose and nasal sanitize or nasal spray. It consists of 62% alcohol antiseptic and moisturizes you spray it around your face around your nose. On the comes in a bottle cotton -- at 99.9. Percent of germs it kennels like a significant the next one of his German police that is creating your note. Apparently that works extremely well as well and then this last one is that germs -- data not president. -- -- from a flu or terrorist attack and it will what -- this basically it's its if you have a cold or subject to others who may be sick and some scientists are saying hey you can use any. An anti bacterial the start also six this decrease bacteria by 99.9. Two -- -- -- completely locked away like that's I mean it's it's much better than getting sick -- -- where the humor that. -- where and the man really when go when you get a fashion statement I guess you can't you rock out. Act act act act. Let me know you do it did all right let's -- about it interestingly study published by the Wall Street Journal out there apparently if you -- -- didn't like when you have I don't get how they ran anyway -- -- -- -- like that you were more prone to dyslexia schizophrenia. ADHD. Also make in terms of salary 10% less. -- folks who write with their right -- about 10% of populations left handed 1% actually use. Both Hansen and NEC is not related to how much stress the mom -- in during the pregnancy in terms of how we got nominated are right -- -- -- but brilliant let's help our president is a left handed my mom is -- -- -- Then another look -- and then they go you know I think there's a lot of brilliant that isn't right doesn't have you -- you smug know how much he's worked that out access to Jackson -- I'm. -- Well how about this and this fascinating Occupy Wall Street you've got one of these occupiers she had a sign. She apparently is -- -- -- the Ph.D. and bio medical science. So you have -- sign on the back it said -- asking for my resonate well lo and behold someone asked for her resume and and now she's a job occupier has a new occupations it hasn't -- -- finance -- on the Wall Street opened. We -- sellout of the many gifts. Yes you say it. And that's is working real quick story out of Detroit news woman buys -- new car since when this is a funky kind of smell and -- -- insurance company -- -- as companies look -- -- -- Actually -- the dead body. Used to be in the car yeah. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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