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Photos show how people around the world are disinfecting schools, mosques, and streets to stop the coronavirus from spreading
Misting tunnels, spray guns, and robots are sanitizing public places. But experts are still debating the effectiveness.
97% of people don't wash their hands correctly, which can increase the risk of getting sick. Here's how, when, and how long to wash your hands.
NYC is bracing for the coronavirus impact by cleaning its subway systems daily. New Yorkers are asking why this isn’t done normally.
"It's sad that it takes an epidemic for the stations to be regularly cleaned," one New Yorker responded to the news of the MTA's coronavirus measures.
The entrepreneur, activist and actor spoke to Business Insider at the Web Summit tech conference in Lisbon, Portugal earlier this month.
An innovative toilet called the ‘iThrone’ shrinks and dehydrates poop — no plumbing or power required
The iThrone toilet from change:WATER Labs dehydrates poop. It only needs to be emptied once a month.
Bill Gates just gave Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi an award for building 100 million toilets across India, despite protests from Nobel Peace Pri...
The Gates Foundation gave out a Goalkeeper award to Modi for his Clean India toilet program to a crowd stunned into silence in New York.
A video of Naomi Campbell’s extreme airplane sanitation routine has gone viral, and an expert says she might be onto something
Airplanes of full of germs. Taking precautions like wiping down some surfaces and using hand sanitizer can help keep you healthy.
A ‘Fox & Friends’ host said he hasn’t washed his hands in 10 years, and people thought he was serious
Pete Hegseth made the claim after his "Fox & Friends" co-host Jedediah Bila called him out for eating day-old pizza on-set.
A $350 toilet powered by worms may be the ingenious future of sanitation that Bill Gates has been dreaming about
Tiger Toilets run on poop-eating worms and cost less than traditional sewage systems. All they leave behind is water, CO2, and a little fertilizer.
Each year, diarrhea kills about 525,000 children under the age of five. In Senegal, a new system is helping people request trucks to remove poop.