Some think skipping a night or two wouldn't really do much harm. But what if you were told all those exfoliating scrubs and clay masks made no difference unless you were doing one simple wash a week? We spend most of our lives either on our feet or in our bed, but according to New York University microbiologist, Philip Tierno, our bed can quickly blossom into a “botanical park” of bacteria and fungus. Every year, humans produce roughly 26 gallons of sweat in bed, and when this coincides with hot humid weather, it creates what scientists have dubbed the “ideal fungal culture medium". Speaking to Business Insider, Tierno said that if left too long, the microscopic life within the wrinkles and fold of our sheets can even make us sick. Revealed: London's worst (and best) boroughs for takeaway hygiene In a recent study, researchers have found that when assessing the level of fungal contamination in the bedding of feather and synthetic pillows, one and a half to 20 years old pillows contained as many as 16 species of fungus each. But to stem the invisible tide, you should be washing your sheets once a week. “If you touched dog poo in the street, you’d want to wash your hands,” Tierno said. These quirky covers feature a popular design that has been used on all sorts of homeware including mugs, bath mats and towels. The black-and-cream linen works well with most colour schemes and will bring plenty of character into your sleeping quarters.
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8. More information is at 219-945-0100, ext. 204. The next Porter County master recycler class, a comprehensive, six-week program, is scheduled from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Sept. 12 through Oct. 17, at the Greg Phillips Emergency Services Building, 1995 S. State Road 2, Valparaiso. Sponsored by Porter County Recycling and Waste Reduction, the course is open to adults who live or work in Porter County and will feature guest speakers and field trips to help participants learn about waste-flow processes, household hazardous waste, landfills, vermicomposting and backyard composting.
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