Today we will discuss the Kitchen. This is where your food lives, and unfortunately where bacteria and germs can live as well.
“The CDC estimates that foodborne illness sickens about 48 million people in the U.S. each year, resulting in 128,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 deaths. Some 30 percent of the population — young children, the elderly, and pregnant women and their expected children — are especially susceptible to foodborne pathogens such as Salmonella, E. coli and Listeria”.
With those kind of numbers it’s clear why you should run a tight ship in your galley. Eating healthy and staying healthy requires a clean and well sanitized kitchen. This article offers 7 tips towards accomplishing both with Nixall®.View full article →
Given the long time spent in crowded air cabins, many air travelers are concerned about the risks of catching a disease from other passengers. New research shows disease causing bacteria can linger on surfaces commonly found in airplane cabins for days, even up to a week.
According to a study conducted by Dr. James Barbaree and Kiril Vaglenov of Auburn University, the deadly antibiotic resistant MRSA as well as Ecoli can remain alive and well on surfaces within an airplane for up to 5 to 7 days.View full article →
"Experts have warned that we may be headed for a “post-antibiotic era” in which the drugs no longer work. The drugs have been a literal lifesaver for millions of people, contributing to a dramatic increase in lifespan in the past century. A future without them is absolutely terrifying. A bout of strep throat, an ear infection, or even a cut on your finger could be deadly. Medical treatments that now save people - from chemotherapy to transplants to surgery to dialysis - would bring such a risk of infection that it might be too dangerous to perform them." View full article →
Nixall® Wound+Skin. A natural product that helps clean 'ouch-ees' and accelerate healing, this new product is a must for wound care and skin management. If you’ve never heard of Nixall® before though, you might have questions like: Does Nixall® really work? Does Nixall® have any FDA approvals or doctor endorsements? Is it truly an effective product that yields results rather than just another bottle out there on the market? Well, we’re glad you asked……View full article →
So we all have hypochlorous acid in our bodies produced by our white blood cells and used to fight infections, viruses, harmful bacteria etc. But, you ask, how is hypochlorous acid a player in the world of fighting off germs and bacteria outside the human body?
That's where companies like Nixall® come in.View full article →
Until now, you might not have heard of Pyemotes herfsi. And if you still don't recognize that scientific jargon, then maybe your ears are itching with the term 'oak mites'. Seems that a wave of mosquito like 'mystery bites' sweeping the Ozarks' area is largely the workings of a tiny almost 'no-see-um' type insect that once resided only in Europe, but made it's way into the states in the late nineties. According to Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyemotes_herfsi Pyemotes herfsi, or Oak Mites, were first identified in the US in 1994 after a series of bites created an outbreak in the Kansas City area.
Fast forward a few years to 2007 when Pitt State University, located in Pittsburg Kansas did a study on the same pesty little creatures causing widespread bite outbreaks at the football games.View full article →
"We use the Nixall product line everyday on our horses, facility, home, and ourselves as well. Nixall VetResponse Wound and Skin Solution is our first and only choice for treatment of wounds and any skin irritations on our horses. For cleaning and sanitizing our tack and facility, we use Nixall Disinfectant."
~Andrew CoatesView full article →