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The best nail clippers you can buy

These are the best nail clippers you can buy to make sure your grooming routine is keeping your fingernails and toenails clean and crisp.

I tried the Burst toothbrush made popular by the viral ‘corn test’ video — here’s how it stacked up against my Philips Sonicar...

The subscription-based Burst Sonic toothbrush is charcoal-charged and antimicrobial, so it removes stains, keeps microbial growth at bay, and helps you remember to change out brush heads every three months.

Native’s all-natural deodorant is as effective as it is affordable — and it lasts all day

An effective all-natural deodorant can be hard to find, but Native has cracked the code. We tested Native deodorant, and we loved it.

How often to clean everything you own, from your toilet to your phone, according to science

When you're cleaning house, microbes are everywhere. Your phone, bed, and even your jeans host plenty of germs. Here's how to clean them the right way.

What your nightly routine should look like, according to science

Wondering when to stop drinking coffee and using screens to avoid messing with your sleep? How often you should wash your sheets? We've got you covered.

A microbiologist explains why he hasn’t slept without this on his bed in 25 years

It protects him from what he calls a "zoologic park" of bacteria and debris — which is typically why people need to replace their mattress.

Reports of fecal bacteria in drinks at chains like McDonald’s are a red flag for bigger problems, a scientist explains

The BBC's consumer affairs program found that samples of iced drinks at McDonald's and 2 other fast food chains contained "varying levels of the bacteria."

7 of the filthiest things you touch all the time

We don't always appreciate the reason why handwashing is so important — we touch a shocking number of absolutely filthy surfaces every single day.

Reports of fecal bacteria in iced coffee at chains like Starbucks are a red flag for bigger problems, a scientist explains

The BBC's consumer affairs program found that samples of iced drinks at Starbucks and two other UK chains contained "varying levels of the bacteria."