Kitchen Germs Directory
Your kitchen is a hot spot for germs. From raw meats to eggs, bacteria abound. Your kitchen counters, sponges, and sinks can be full of disease-causing germs. Be sure to wash all produce before eating and to disinfect all your cooking surfaces after a meal. Washing your hands can also reduce the amount of germs lurking in your kitchen. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about kitchen germs, how to prevent them, and much more.
How to Prevent Food Poisoning
How can you prevent food poisoning? Follow these measures from the experts at WebMD.
Food Safety Tips for Your Kitchen
Your kitchen is the heart of your home – but it can also be a case of food poisoning waiting to happen. Learn about foods that can make you and family sick and tips to keep your kitchen clean
Germs in the Kitchen
The kitchen harbors more germs than any other room in the home. Here are 10 tips to protect your family.
Germs and Bacteria: How Clean Should We Be?
Should we forget the 5-second rule and hand sanitizer and learn to live with germs and bacteria? Experts say germs may be good for us.
Antibacterial Soap: No Better Than Regular Soap?
Antibacterial cleaners don’t work any better than regular ones – and they damage the environment.