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A man in Amsterdam has been injured after a pop-up public toilet emerged from the ground unexpectedly.
The toilet sent a nearby moped flying through the air and this hit the unnamed man, who was taken to hospital with injuries to his abdomen.
The incident happened on Weteringschans, a main road in Amsterdam's city centre. Some witnesses who
Kitchen and bathroom cloths and towels could be among the most germ-ridden items in your home, experts have warned.
This is due to the fact that towels retain moisture for long periods of time - allowing the bacteria to survive - and because of where they are used.
A recent study by the University of Arizona found coliform bacteria in 89 per
A hidden camera investigation into hotel maids discovered that many of them neglect important tasks when preparing a room for a new guest.
Maids were spotted using dirty towels from the previous guests to wipe countertops, the toilet, the bath - and even the drinking glasses.
Investigative journalists in New Jersey, US, booked rooms for two
Hospital workers are less likely to wash their hands towards the end of their shift, according to new research.
And the study suggests that this lack of compliance is due to fatigue from the demands of the job.
Researchers analysed three years' worth of hand washing data from more than 4,000 caregivers in 35 hospitals across the US. They
A company in the USA has introduced a deodorising toilet seat that it says eliminates embarrassing bathroom odors and the need for candles and sprays to cover them up.
A fan hidden in the battery-operated seat developed by Kohler sucks in air and pushes it through an odor-eating carbon filter, followed by an optional scent pack.
The seat turns
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