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NYC was voted one of the top three dirtiest cities in the world 

 

According to respondents, New York is one of the top three “dirtiest” cities in the world, coming in just behind Rome and Bangkok. (That’s right, that means it managed to claim the top spot stateside.) In fact, a majority of respondents (55 percent, to be exact) called it “dirty.”

NYC was voted one of the top three dirtiest

Tags: City, Clean, World, World Record

Filed under: Health/Food

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14-Sep-2021


Christian moms attacks Gillette for ads depicting women who shave 

 

“The current “How to Shave ‘Down There'” commercial by Gillette Venus shows a woman explaining and demonstrating how to shave her bikini line,” One Million Moms staffer Monica Cole claims in an email blast sent out yesterday.

“While the woman is posing in her shaving position the camera zooms in for close-up shots of her bikini line as she discusses shaving between her legs.

“This inappropriate commercial is airing during prime time when children are likely watching television so family viewing time is ruined,” Cole claims. “It is so suggestive it’s disgraceful. Can you imagine what goes through the mind of a child when he sees this ad?”

Christian moms attacks

Evangelical Lutheran Church installs its first openly transgender bishop

Tags: Advertising, Backlash, Children, Clean, Clergy, Hair, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Politics, Priorities, Religion, Trans

Filed under: Gay+

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13-Sep-2021


Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis say they don't believe in bathing their kids or themselves too much 

 

It looks like the Kutcher-Kunis family is saving money on soap.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis say

Oklahoma mom arrested after police say family threw baby shower for 12-year-old impregnated by 24-year-old

I Am Begging the Celebs to Please Bathe

If being too clean makes us sick, why isn’t getting dirty the solution?

'Germs fortify your immune system'

Dwayne Johnson Weighs In on Bathing Discourse

Jason Momoa Reveals His Stance in Recent Hollywood Showering Debate

Mila Kunis and Jake Gyllenhaal admit they're lax with their washing habits, experts reveal how it could lead to warts, skin infections and 'extreme genital odour'

What Not Showering Actually Does To Your Skin

Ashton Kutcher Endures 'Take a Shower' Chants

Tags: Abuse, Celebrity, Celebrity Children, Children, Clean, Crime, Germs, Health, Parenting, Pregnancy, Relationships, Safety, Science, Sex, Shopping

Filed under: Gay+

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11-Sep-2021


Stars Banned From 'Saturday Night Live' 

 

Martin Lawrence hosted the show in 1994, and his monologue caused some severe controversy.

During the segment, he spoke about the then-recent John and Lorena Bobbitt incident, and then improvised a rant about feminine hygiene. The comments were removed and replaced by a voiceover in future broadcasts: “At this point in his monologue, Martin begins a commentary on what he considers the decline in standards of feminine hygiene in this country. Although we at Saturday Night Live take no stand on this issue one way or the other, network policy prevents us from re-broadcasting this portion of his remarks. In summary, Martin feels, or felt at the time, that the failure of many young women to bathe thoroughly is a serious problem that demands our attention. He explores this problem, citing numerous examples from his personal experience, and ends by proposing several imaginative solutions.”

Stars Banned From 'Saturday Night Live'

Orlando residents are asked to cut back on water usage as the virus surges in Florida

It Appears My New Boyfriend Never Got a Crucial Lesson About His Penis

Tags: Advice, Ban, Celebrity, Clean, History, NSFW, Sacrifice, Safety, Sex, TV, TV Trivia, Water

Filed under: Gay+

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24-Aug-2021


'Menstrual equity' bill would require California public colleges to provide period products for 'transgender men, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming people who may also menstruate' 

 

A bill in the California Legislature would require public universities, community colleges, and secondary schools in the state to provide free menstrual products on campus. The bill notes that the complimentary period products are not only for girls and women, but also intended to be used by biological males...

Menstrual equity' bill

Tags: Anatomy, Clean, Free, Health, LGBTQ, Policy, Product, Safety, Sex, Support

Filed under: Health/Food

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01-Aug-2021


Still Disinfecting Surfaces? It Might Not Be Worth It 

 

At the start of the pandemic, stores quickly sold out of disinfectant sprays and wipes. People were advised to wipe down their packages and the cans they bought at the grocery store.

But scientists have learned a lot this year about the coronavirus and how it's transmitted, and it turns out all that scrubbing and disinfecting might not be necessary.

If a person infected with the coronavirus sneezes, coughs or talks loudly, droplets containing particles of the virus can travel through the air and eventually land on nearby surfaces. But the risk of getting infected from touching a surface contaminated by the virus is low, says Emanuel Goldman, a microbiologist at Rutgers University.

In retrospect, Marr says that was "overkill." Today, she says, "all the evidence points toward breathing in the virus from the air as being the most important route of transmission."

Scientists now know that the early surface studies were done in pristine lab conditions using much larger amounts of virus than would be found in a real-life scenario.

Even so, many of us continue to attack door handles, packages and groceries with disinfectant wipes, and workers across the U.S. spend hours disinfecting surfaces in public areas like airports, buildings and subways.

There's no scientific data to justify this, says Dr. Kevin Fennelly, a respiratory infection specialist with the National Institutes of Health.

Still Disinfecting Surfaces? It Might Not Be Worth It

Tags: Choices, Clean, Coronavirus, Environment, Overreaction, Science, Study

Filed under: Health/Food

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29-Dec-2020


Los Angeles' elite are up in arms after photos emerge of the city's trendiest brunch spot storing buckets of MOLDY JAM which workers are told to simply 'scrape off' before serving to customers and selling in $14 jars 

 

The Los Angeles' elite has been left up in arms after photos emerged of the city's trendiest brunch spot storing buckets of moldy jam which workers are told to simply 'scrape off' before serving to customers and selling in $14 jars.

Sqirl, the popular East Hollywood cafe famed for its Instagrammable Ricotta Toast topped with a hearty dollop of fresh jam, has been forced to go into damage control mode after allegations surfaced of unsanitary working conditions this weekend.

Several former workers have broken their silence over the alleged unsavory kitchen habits going on behind the scenes of the boujee hotspot, including quarter-inch thick mold on its signature jam and a rat-infested secondary kitchen hidden away from the eyes of food inspectors.

A shocking photo said to depict the offending jam shows a thick layer of mold across the surface that has been partly scraped by a spatula.

...city's trendiest brunch spot storing buckets of MOLDY JAM...

Tags: Business, Clean, Contamination, Etiquette, Food, Health, Restaurant

Filed under: Health/Food

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16-Jul-2020


Rats Plague Outdoor Seating at NYC Restaurants 

 

New York City restaurant owners already struggling with limited business are now facing another issue: rats.

With indoor dining put on hold indefinitely due to COVID-19, outdoor dining is the only other option, aside from takeout and delivery, restaurant owners like Giacomo Romano have to keep their business afloat. But the owner of Ciccio, an Italian restaurant in SoHo, says the sanitation of a nearby park is contributing to a recurring problem of rats.

Father Fagan Park is small and inviting to skateboarders and people who want to relax outdoors, but it's also attracting huge rats. Romano says he has appealed to city leaders for help.

Rats Plague Outdoor Seating at NYC Restaurants

Bay Area restaurant cited for employees not wearing masks

Michigan Businesses Required To Deny Entry To Customers Refusing To Wear Masks

Tags: Animals, Clean, Contamination, Coronavirus, Environment, Fear, Health, Masks, Nature, Pests, Policy, Politics, Restaurant, Safety, Terraforming

Filed under: Health/Food

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10-Jul-2020


Toxic hand sanitizers have blinded and killed adults and children, FDA warns 

 

Adults and children in the United States have been blinded, hospitalized, and, in some cases, even died after drinking hand sanitizers contaminated with the extremely toxic alcohol methanol, the Food and Drug Administration reports.

In an updated safety warning, the agency identified five more brands of hand sanitizer that contain methanol, a simple alcohol often linked to incorrectly distilled liquor that is poisonous if ingested, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin.

Toxic hand sanitizers

Tags: Children, Clean, Death, Environment, Etiquette, Health, Illness, Product, Safety, Termination, Vulnerable, Warning

Filed under: Health/Food

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06-Jul-2020


Majority of queer men and women refuse to have sex with a partner with ungroomed pubic hair, eye-opening study says 

 

An eye-opening study found that, when it comes to pubic hair, more than half of queer men and women would refuse to have sex with a partner who is ungroomed, you know, downstairs.

The study from Save.Health surveyed 1,207 people, where around 11 per cent were queer men and 11 per cent were queer women.

Around 58 per cent of queer men and 65 per cent of queer women told survey taskers that they believe grooming their pubic hair makes them more sexually attractive

To add to this, 51 per cent of queer men and 59 per cent of queer women said they were not willing to have sex with a partner who is ungroomed.

Of course, when it comes to pubic hair, the researchers stressed: “Our recommendation, in true Lizzo form, if they don’t like your natural hair, kick them out the door.”

Pink News

Tags: Beauty, Clean, Etiquette, Hair, LGBTQ, Privilege, Relationships, Sex, Statistics, Trim

Filed under: Gay+

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28-May-2020


Fear of coronavirus drives poison center calls up 20% as Americans go overboard on cleaning products, the CDC says 

 

The fear of getting the coronavirus appears to have helped drive a 20% increase in U.S. poison center calls over the last three months as more Americans suffered from potentially toxic exposure to chemicals in cleaning and disinfectant products, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday.

U.S. poison centers received 45,550 exposure calls related to cleaners and disinfectants from January through March, a 20.4% increase from a year ago and a 16.4% increase from the same three months in 2018, according to a new CDC report published Monday, using data from the National Poison Data System.

CNBC

Tags: Clean, Coronavirus, Environment, Health, Injury, Nature, Poison, Product, Safety

Filed under: Health/Food

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20-Apr-2020


7 Important Rules for Using a Garbage Disposal 

 

The motor in a garbage disposal is measured in horsepower, so it should be strong enough to handle anything, right? Well, not quite. Here's what you need to know to banish jams and floods, and keep the machine in tiptop condition.

Food Network

Tags: Appliance, Clean, Etiquette, Trash

Filed under: Health/Food

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19-Apr-2020


This Parasitic Worm Is Thriving in Nature, but May Affect Your Sushi Dinner 

 

For parasitic worms of the genus Anisakis, life typically goes like this: after floating through the ocean in an egg, they hatch as wriggling larvae with a peculiar desire—to be eaten. Small crustaceans like krill gobble up the larvae, and those infested krill are then eaten by squid or small fish, which are devoured by bigger fish until they finally earn their nickname, whale worms, and end up in the bellies of whales or dolphins where they complete their life cycle by laying eggs that are subsequently ejected in the hosts’ feces.

But sometimes, those big fish full of the worms—like salmon or herring—get intercepted by fishers and end up in markets. Although fish suppliers and sushi chefs diligently remove parasite-infected fish from their wares, occasionally one of those little buggers may wind up in your sushi roll.

Now, new research finds the global population of those parasitic worms, commonly found in sushi and other kinds of uncooked fish, has exploded in recent decades. The worms are 283-times more common than they were roughly 40 years ago, according to a new paper published in Global Change Biology.

Smithsonian Magazine

Tags: Clean, Environment, Fish, Food, Nature, Parasite, Safety, Survival, Terraforming, Warning

Filed under: Health/Food

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03-Apr-2020


Using tote bags instead of plastic could help spread the coronavirus 

 

The COVID-19 outbreak is giving new meaning to those “sustainable” shopping bags that politicians and environmentalists have been so eager to impose on the public. These reusable tote bags can sustain the COVID-19 and flu viruses — and spread the viruses throughout the store.

Researchers have been warning for years about the risks of these bags spreading deadly viral and bacterial diseases, but public officials have ignored their concerns, determined to eliminate single-use bags and other plastic products despite their obvious advantages in reducing the spread of pathogens. In New York state, a new law took effect this month banning single-use plastic bags in most retail businesses, and this week Democratic state legislators advanced a bill that would force coffee shops to accept consumers’ reusable cups — a practice that Starbucks and other chains have wisely suspended to avoid spreading the COVID-19 virus.

John Flanagan, the Republican leader of the New York state Senate, has criticized the new legislation and called for a suspension of the law banning plastic bags. “Senate Democrats’ desperate need to be green is unclean during the coronavirus outbreak,” he said Tuesday, but so far he’s been a lonely voice among public officials.

NY Post

Walmart, Ralphs, Other Stores Changing Hours Due To Coronavirus

Tags: Activism, Chemicals, Choices, Clean, Contagion, Coronavirus, Disease, Effect, Environment, Evolution, Experimentation, Fear, Fighting Back, Food, Govt, Health, Humanity, Investment, Parental Burden, Politics, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Science, Shopping, Survival, Terraforming, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food

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15-Mar-2020


Gays Must Stop Cheek-Kissing During the Coronavirus Outbreak 

 

The French call it "la bise." For many gay men, it is a customary greeting at Sunday brunch or any other communal gathering: cheek-kissing, where one or both sides of the face receive a smooch from a friend.

However, such a gesture could help spread the outbreak of COVID-19 (or coronavirus disease), say world health officials, who are cautioning against cheek-kissing, hand-shaking, and high-fives.

Advocate

Elbow bumps are the new handshake, here's why

Evangelical Christians are linking LGBTQ people to the coronavirus now

New CDC guidance says older adults should 'stay at home as much as possible' due to coronavirus

Tags: Affection, Aging, Clean, Contagion, Disease, Environment, Gay, Hate, Health, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Religion, Safety, Seniors, Survival, Travel, Trending, Warning, World

Filed under: Gay+

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06-Mar-2020




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