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alittle European study has found that the common man’s beard is additional replete with human-pathogenic bacterium than the dirtiest a part of a dog’s fur.

For the study, revealed within the Feb 2019 issue of the journal European Radiology, researchers analyzed skin and secretion samples from eighteen bearded men (whose ages ranged from eighteen to 76), and fur and secretion samples from thirty dogs (whose breeds ranged from terrier to German shepherd), at many European hospitals.

The researchers were trying to find colonies of human-pathogenic bacterium in each man and dog — not in an endeavor to beard-shame the fuzzy plenty, however rather to check whether or not it had been safe for humans to use constant tomography scanners that dogs had antecedently used. [6 Superbugs to look at Out For]

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