User dsggd5

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About: Studies have found that sanitizers with lower concentrations or non-alcohol-based hand sanitizers are not as effective at killing germs as those with 60 to 95 percent alcohol.
    In particular, non-alcohol-based sanitizers may not work equally well on different types of germs and could cause some germs to develop resistance to the sanitizer.
    Are hand sanitizers and other antimicrobial products bad for you?
    There is no proof that alcohol-based hand sanitizers and other antimicrobial products are harmful.
    They could theoretically lead to antibacterial resistance. That&#39;s the reason most often used to argue against using hand sanitizers. But that hasn&#39;t been proven. In the hospital, there hasn&#39;t been any evidence of resistance to alcohol-based hand sanitizers.

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