Dr.Oz: bacteria lurks on your credit cards
Credit cards have a bacteria called enterococcus. This bacteria gets into the numbers, gets into those digits, and it lives there. It can cause infections of some of the major organs in the body.
Germs Coat Hospital Badges, Says Study
Healthcare workers' name badges can harbor pathogens including antibiotic resistant superbugs.
How to Clean Your Credit Cards
A scientist ran test on a credit card and found fecal matter and a bacteria that was related to meningitis.
Information about the Antimicrobial Credit Card
The solution to the bacteria, fungi, virus or other microbes living on the surface of your ID or credit card