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Medicine: Sanitizers #1032736

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 08, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) NBC’s healthy week campaign noted.

(Studio: Nancy Snyderman) The super clean lifestyle that may to blame for the rise in allergies and asthma cases featured; details given about the hygiene hypothesis that exposure to some germs helps our immune systems. [WOMAN, MAN – comment on their use of sanitizers.] [University of California at San Diego Dr. Richard GALLO†- says overuse of hand sanitizers might make you more susceptible to the next infection that comes along.] [University Hospitals Case Medical Center Dr. Samuel FRIEDLANDER†- says the key is to balance personal hygiene and public safety.] [Child allergy sufferer Olivia OSBORN‡- comments.]

Williams, Brian;
Snyderman, Nancy

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