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Discussion in 'JF Doctor' started by zomba, Apr 1, 2012.

  1. zomba

    zomba JF-Expert Member

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  2. MziziMkavu

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    Tupe ushahidi basi?
     
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    As a great thinker, we should not expect something like this, you should describe precisely with reference.
     
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    any interlectal reasons to support ur post? research?
     
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    kev Senior Member

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    London, UK (PRWEB) January
    18, 2007 Mobile mad Brits are in for a
    shock thanks to new research
    published today which reveals
    that there's actually more filth
    on our phones than the
    average loo. Mobile phone retailer Dial-a-
    Phone conducted the study
    taking swabs from everyday
    objects and analyzing the
    bacteria found on them. The
    shocking results found that there's more muck on our
    mobiles than the average door
    handle, keyboard, and bottom
    of a shoe or even a toilet seat. The study found that without
    cleaning and disinfecting your
    mobile phone and keyboard on
    a regular basis, more bacteria
    could spread potentially
    causing illness. The research confirmed the
    presence of skin bacteria
    including staphylococcus
    aureus on the phone, keyboard,
    toilet seat and door handle.
    The shoe in contrast had bacteria from the soil and air. Joanne Verran, Professor of
    Microbiology at Manchester
    Metropolitan University
    comments: "Mobile phones, like
    many everyday objects such a
    telephones and computer keyboards, harbor bacteria.
    However, being 'mobile', they
    are stored in bags or pockets,
    are handled frequently, and
    held close to the face. In other
    words, they come into contact with more parts of our body
    and a wider range of bacteria
    than toilet seats!" "The phones contained more
    skin bacteria than the any
    other object; this could be due
    to the fact that this type of
    bacteria increases in high
    temperatures and our phones are perfect for breeding these
    germs as they're kept warm
    and cozy in our pockets,
    handbags and brief cases.
    These bacteria are toxic to
    humans, and can cause infections if they have the
    opportunity to enter the body." A Dial-a-Phone spokesperson
    comments: "We take our
    phones everywhere, being in
    close contact with our mouths,
    hands and faces their bound to
    collect all sorts of nasty germs. The images make look scary
    but our advice to phone users is
    to ensure they clean them
    regularly with an antibacterial
    wipe!" Dial-a-Phone has supplied mobile phones on monthly contract to 2.9 million
    customers, and since it
    launched in 2000 over 550,000
    customers have connected
    from the website. Further
    information can be found at the http:// Mobile Phones | Amazing Mobile Phone Deals On The Latest Smartphones ### Contact Juliette Pickup Dial a Phone 01903 247788 Email Attachments Bacteria found on a door
    handle Image highlights bacteria
    found on a typical door handle
    which is said to be more than
    is found on a mobile phone. Bacteria found on a Keyboard Image highlights bacteria
    found on a typical Keyboard
    which is said to be more than
    is found on a mobile phone. Bacteria found on a Toilet Seat Image highlights bacteria
    found on a typical Toilet Seat
    which is said to be more than
    is found on a mobile phone. Bacteria found on a Mobile
    Phone Image highlights bacteria
    found on a typical Mobile Phone
    which is said to be more than
    is found on a mobile phone
     
  6. zomba

    zomba JF-Expert Member

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    [h=1]Mobile phones 'dirtier than toilet handles'[/h][h=2]Mobile phones are covered with up to 18 times more living bacteria than the flush handle on a men's lavatory, research suggests.[/h]
    Swabs and analysis of 30 mobile handsets found that seven had high or warning levels of environmental bacteria, according to consumer group Which?

    One contained such an intense concentration of bacteria, including faecal coliforms, that anyone using it could have faced a serious stomach upset.

    Which? said the findings suggest millions of UK mobiles would exceed the recommended acceptable levels of bacteria.

    While not immediately harmful, elevated levels of bacteria indicate poor hygiene and can act as a breeding ground for more serious germs.

    Hygiene expert Jim Francis told Which?: "The levels of potentially harmful bacteria on one mobile were off the scale. That phone needs sterilising."

    Mobile phones 'dirtier than toilet handles' - Telegraph
     
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