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Which is better: Soap or hand sanitizer? - Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson

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Which is better: Soap or hand sanitizer? - Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson

Dig into the science of how soap breaks down a coronavirus, and the effectiveness of hand sanitizer against a viral outbreak.

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Your hands, up close, are anything but smooth. With peaks and valleys, folds and rifts, there are plenty of hiding places for a virus to stick. If you then touch your face, the virus can infect you. But there are two extraordinarily simple ways you can keep that from happening: soap and water, and hand sanitizer. So which is better? Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson investigate.

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Soap vs Sanitizer Science

How does soap fight viruses and bacteria? Is Sanitizer better to use? What's the science behind washing your hands?

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When is a pandemic over?

Explore the three strategies governments and communities can use to contain and end a pandemic, and find out which method is best.

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Consider the following scenario: a highly infectious, sometimes deadly respiratory virus infects humans for the first time. It spreads rapidly worldwide, and the WHO declares a pandemic. The death toll starts to rise and everyone is asking the same question: when will the pandemic end? Alex Rosenthal details the three main strategies governments can use to contain and end a pandemic.

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KGW investigates: Hand sanitizer vs. soap and water

During cold and flu season, having clean hands is one of the most important steps you can take to avoid getting sick. So, which is better: washing with soap and water or hand sanitizer?

To find out, we conducted a test at the Providence Regional Microbiology Lab in Portland.

Pathologist Dr. Margret Oethinger doused my hands with a nasty brew of E. coli. Then, I dabbed my germ-infested hand onto an incubation plate.

For the first test, I used just a small amount of hand sanitizer. It was about the size of a dime. I rubbed the hand sanitizer around on my hands until it was dry on the skin. Then, I dabbed the petri dish.

After washing thoroughly, we repeated the exercise. That meant more E. coli. This time I used a lot of hand sanitizer: three pumps from the dispenser. It was literally dripping from my hands. It took some time for the alcohol-based sanitizer to dry.

The next test involved washing with soap and water. We repeated the steps: First, I washed thoroughly, then doused my hands with the E. coli mixture. This time, I washed with soap and water. It was brief, probably about the length of time most people spend at the sink. I rubbed the soap around, then rinsed and dried with paper towels.

The final test involved serious washing. I followed our same routine. This time, I washed with soap and water for nearly 30 seconds. I scrubbed every finger, around the nails and the front and back of both hands. They felt really clean.

Dr. Oethinger placed the samples in an incubator at the lab. Then, 24 hours later, we returned to see the results.

Heavy hand sanitizer was most effective. The incubation plate showed little growth when I used a lot of hand sanitizer.

“The hand sanitizer would have an advantage,” explained Dr. Tobias Pusch, an infectious disease specialist at Providence Health & Services.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol. You should put enough sanitizer on your hands to cover all surfaces.

“As long as you have the product in your hand you want to keep your hands wet until it slowly dries out,” said Dr. Pusch.

Heavy hand washing with soap and water was also effective, although it showed some E. coli growth on the incubation plate.

“Regular hand-washing with soap doesn’t necessarily kill the bacteria off, it’s more mechanical, cleansing,” explained Dr. Pusch.

Hand washing reduces the amounts of all types of germs, pesticides and metals on your hands according to the CDC.

Health experts suggest you scrub all surfaces of your hands for 20 seconds. A good way to reinforce good hand-washing is to hum the “Happy Birthday” song twice.

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Soap or sanitiser? Which works better?

Following the outbreak of COVID-19 in several countries, various measures have been suggested to reduce the risk of infection. Cleaning one’s hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or washing them with soap and water is essential, as specified by WHO.

Why is this important? And, how does washing with soap help get rid of the coronavirus?

Why Soap is Better Than Hand Sanitizer for Coronavirus, Explained by Alton Brown | NowThis

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Soap vs Sanitizer

A short video describing the difference in activity between soaps and hand sanitizers against viruses.

How Soap Kills the Coronavirus: Explained in Tamil | Curiosity Tamil

Health Care Professionals and Government request us to wash the hands using SOAP to kill the coronavirus. But how normal soap can kill a deadly virus? Check the video!!.




Intha coronovirus spread aga start anathula irunthu, infect agarathula irunthu prevent panna namaku neriya vali soli irukanga.
athavuthu lockdown, self isolation, social distancing, mask use panrathu aprom mukiyama soap use pani kai kaluvurathu..
Intha virus infect la irunthu prevent pana soap use pani mini 20 sec handwsh pana solranga ilana hand sanitizer use pana solranga. athu epidi Ivolo mosomana virus ha orusatha soap moolama allika mudium. soap really ha efficitive thaana. vanga intha video la pakalam.


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The adventure ends! Episode 10: Can Ethic make it to the World Machine and stop Hedge from covering the world in a giant maze?

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This is episode 10 of our animated series “Think Like A Coder.” This 10-episode narrative follows a girl, Ethic, and her robot companion, Hedge, as they attempt to save the world. The two embark on a quest to collect three artifacts and must solve their way through a series of programming puzzles.

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The tale of the doctor who defied Death - Iseult Gillespie

Dive into the German tale of Godfather Death and his godson, the doctor who tries to master mortality.

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A husband and wife were in despair. The woman had just given birth to their 13th child, and the growing family was quickly running out of food and money. Wandering into the woods, the father encountered a skeletal figure with sunken eyes and a gaunt face: this was Death himself, come to offer his services as Godfather. Iseult Gillespie tells the tale of Death and the doctor.

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What really happened during the Salem Witch Trials - Brian A. Pavlac

Dig into how the infamous Salem Witch Trials began and why they remain a cautionary tale of the dangers of groupthink and scapegoating.

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You’ve been accused of a crime you did not commit. It’s impossible to prove your innocence. If you insist that you’re innocent anyway, you’ll likely be found guilty and executed. But if you confess, apologize, and implicate others, you’ll go free. This was the choice facing those accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts in the 17th century. How did this happen? Brian A. Pavlac investigates.

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A new warning about hand sanitizer has been issued after a Texas woman allegedly suffered serious burns when trying to light a candle after using a sanitizer product.

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*비누와 손 세정제 중 어떤 게 더 나을까요? - 알렉스 로젠달, 폴 토르다르손 Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson

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The rise and fall of history’s first empire - Soraya Field Fiorio

Discover history’s first empire: Sumer, located in Mesopotamia, which built the world’s first cities and created the first writing system.

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History’s first empire rose out of a hot, dry landscape, without rainfall to nourish crops, without trees or stones for building. In spite of all this, its inhabitants built the world’s first cities, with monumental architecture and large populations— and they built them entirely out of mud. Soraya Field Fiorio details the rise and fall of the Sumerian empire.

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Hand Sanitizer Vs Hand Wash which is better against Coronavirus?

Hands are the parts of our body that have the most contact with other people, objects, and our own selves — think about how often you mindlessly touch your face throughout the day. So while head-to-toe hygiene is a high priority for so many people, there's an especially strong focus now on keeping hands clean when it comes to preventing the spread of disease-carrying germs.

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Sanitizer vs. Soap: Which is Best at Preventing Coronavirus & Other Diseases | DrJohnsonDDS.com

Does hand sanitizer really work as well as soap does? There are a number of different theories regarding this topic. In reality, hand sanitizer may kill viruses and certain bacteria, but it does not really clean your hands as well as soap and water does. Listen in as Fort Lauderdale Dentist, Dr. Johnson talks about the benefits of using both.

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How Can SOAP Kill a Virus?

Viruses can be really nasty things, but you might be surprised by how much damage a simple bit of SOAP can do! We've all been told to wash our hands during the Coronavirus outbreak, but have you wondered just how much good it's doing?

This video was inspired by an excellent post by the New York Times. Check it out here:

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