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Antibacterial Soap Is No Longer FDA-Approved

nodle

Cheesemonger
Administrator
I always said this stuff was bad for you and break down the natural barriers in your hands. Stick to plain old soap and water.

Within a year, soaps containing antibacterial ingredients like triclosan will be gone from store shelves. The US Food and Drug Administration announced a rule today that it’s no longer considering these ingredients safe and effective in soaps sold to consumers.
 
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ryanator

Mathematical
Members
About time!  The proper use of soap and water will wash hands good enough.  Now if they can ban pesticides and hormones used for farms.
 
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nodle

Cheesemonger
Administrator
pesticides and hormones used for farms.
I worked around some of this stuff when I first came here. You wouldn't believe what they put on the crops. Check out forefront herbicide. To think this stuff goes through the cow but still stays active, when do you think it does to the cow's meat that we ingest? o_O

 
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