CLEVELAND - An exclusive 5 On Your Side investigation found infectious and disgusting germs could be lurking on your child's lunch bag.
Our experiment uncovered lunch bags with high levels of staph and fecal bacteria.
Fifty-nine out of the 103 bags contained levels of staphylococcus, the
bacteria responsible for staph infections, including the
antibiotic-resistant strain known as MRSA. Two bags contained high
levels of the bacteria.
Goodner said it's easy to help your child avoid carrying a germ-infected
lunch bag. Regularly wiping your child's lunch bag with Clorox wipes,
encouraging your child to regularly and thoroughly wash their hands, and
throwing some hand sanitizer in their bag will keep it clean, and your
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