Even if infectious diseases that occur in the home are mild and self-limiting, they may represent a significant economic and social burden. It is important that the home environment, particularly where at-risk groups live and are cared for, provides a primary line of defence against bacterial growth and contamination. Kitchen and toilet hygiene, hand hygiene, milk preparation and storage can prevent most of the infections that arise in the home.
Food Temperature Hypersensitivity Mould
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