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Don’t Wait For Hot Water To Wash Your Hands You might think, or might have been told, that washing your hands under hot water kills more germs. Time-saving, heat-bill-lowering cold water, however, works just as well at removing contamination, and saves your hands some stress. Photo by aka Kath. The New York Times reports that the US Food and Drug Administration has advocated for using “hot water comfortable enough for washing hands”, as it purportedly removes oils from your hand skin that might harbour bacteria.
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HOW TO: Launch Any Product Using Social Media Guy Kawasaki is the author of Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds and Actions. On March 8, I introduced my tenth book. There are few processes that I enjoy more than a product introduction, and this one enabled me to try many social media techniques and online tools and services. After only a week, the book was on the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Publishers Weekly bestseller lists. I have to conclude that at least some of that success was due to the promotional techniques I employed.
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