Kitchen sponges may be a 'bacteria hotspot' – but no need to worry

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"Study finds just a sugar-cube sized piece of kitchen sponge can contain 54 BILLION bacterial cells," the Mail Online reports. A German study sampled 14 different kitchen sponges and found they contained far more bacteria than expected. Genetic analysis revealed the used sponges contained...
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