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Brisbane Times
Beards may be more bacteria-resistant and hygienic than shaven skin: studyA shaven face is not necessarily a healthy face. Photo: Getty Clean-shaven men
Beards may be more bacteria-resistant and hygienic than shaven skin: study
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 days ago
A shaven face is not necessarily a healthy face. Photo: Getty Clean-shaven men are more likely to harbour infection-causing and antibiotic-resistant bacteria than bearded men, a recent United States study has found. According to the study,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Beards may be more bacteria-resistant and hygienic than shaven skin: studyA shaven face is not necessarily a healthy face. Photo: Getty Clean-shaven men
Beards may be more bacteria-resistant and hygienic than shaven skin: study
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
A shaven face is not necessarily a healthy face. Photo: Getty Clean-shaven men are more likely to harbour infection-causing and antibiotic-resistant bacteria than bearded men, a recent United States study has found. According to the study,... Read more
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The Age
Beards may be more bacteria-resistant and hygienic than shaven skin: studyA shaven face is not necessarily a healthy face. Photo: Getty Clean-shaven men
Beards may be more bacteria-resistant and hygienic than shaven skin: study
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
A shaven face is not necessarily a healthy face. Photo: Getty Clean-shaven men are more likely to harbour infection-causing and antibiotic-resistant bacteria than bearded men, a recent United States study has found. According to the study,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Beards may be more bacteria-resistant and hygienic than shaven skin: studyA shaven face is not necessarily a healthy face. Photo: Getty Clean-shaven men
Beards may be more bacteria-resistant and hygienic than shaven skin: study
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
A shaven face is not necessarily a healthy face. Photo: Getty Clean-shaven men are more likely to harbour infection-causing and antibiotic-resistant bacteria than bearded men, a recent United States study has found. According to the study,... Read more
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WA Today
Beards may be more bacteria-resistant and hygienic than shaven skin: studyA shaven face is not necessarily a healthy face. Photo: Getty Clean-shaven men
Beards may be more bacteria-resistant and hygienic than shaven skin: study
WA Today / Posted 15 days ago
A shaven face is not necessarily a healthy face. Photo: Getty Clean-shaven men are more likely to harbour infection-causing and antibiotic-resistant bacteria than bearded men, a recent United States study has found. According to the study,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Scientists reveal if it's healthier having a beard or being clean shavenAnd what researchers found was that it was the clean-shaven staff, not the bear
Scientists reveal if it's healthier having a beard or being clean shaven
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 days ago
And what researchers found was that it was the clean-shaven staff, not the beard-wearers, who were carrying more germs, and were actually three times more likely to harbour methicillin-resistant staph aureus - otherwise known as MRSA. As they put... Read more

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