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Experts break down the surfaces and areas to avoid when traveling by air.
Riled by a question about a possible Cabinet reshuffle, Prayuth Chan-ocha told reporters to mind their own business.
Woodworkers, musicians and artisans pair up with dermatologists for their best product recommendations and tips for cracked skin.
More than half of the products tested over eight months were found to contain dangerously high levels of toxins that can cause serious illness and even death.
Including a UV cleaner to polish up phone screens, hand sanitizer that’s actually hydrating and standing desk board to bring a bit of balance to a WFH routine.
Don't let your paper or electronic vote be discounted because your hands are wet. Here's the right way to practice hand hygiene at the polls.
Alcohol distilleries have been making sanitizer during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the regulations you should know about.
Beware of these errors when disinfecting your hands for germs, including the virus that causes COVID-19.
The sanitizers contain methanol, which can be toxic when absorbed through skin.
Quickly squirting it into your hands isn't effective against COVID-19.
Consumers protecting against the spread of COVID-19 are urged to avoid varieties made by Eskbiochem.
On the streets, hand sanitizer is as important as condoms. So two sex workers and a vape-juice entrepreneur hatched a plan to produce gallons of it.
"Hand sanitizers are not proven to treat COVID-19, and like other products meant for external use, are not for ingestion, inhalation, or intravenous use."
Federal prosecutors accused Amardeep “Bobby” Singh of hoarding tons of disposable masks, surgical gowns and hand sanitizer in a Long Island warehouse and selling the items at huge markups.
Matt and Noah Colvin's donation of more than 17,000 bottles was restitution enough, the Tennessee Attorney General's office said.
You may already have some of the necessary ingredients for DIY wipes and sprays that eliminate COVID-19 (and no, vodka is not one of them).
Carriers have lacked ready access to sanitation and protective gear, and some were reportedly pressured to work despite showing symptoms of illness.
“I actually think I’m going to get the virus, it’s just a matter of time,” said one letter carrier.
Experts share tips for how to shop and make sure your food is safe to eat during the COVID-19 pandemic.