(WPTV) Do you ever wash your wristwatch? Is it one of those things you don’t want to think about how dirty it is?
In order to find the bacteria on a wristwatch, 20 watches with different materials were swabbed for germs.
The Department of Biological Sciences at Florida Atlantic University helped find the bacteria on each watch. Dr. Dieuto Esiobu said human skin has thousands of bacteria already on it.
“There are some very good ones and there are some very nasty ones,” said Dr. Esiobu.
Esiobu said they looked for two nasty ones, E. coli and staphylococci, or staph.
Read more: http://bit.ly/3bx1KuD
More from MyHighPlains.com:
- Newsfeed Now: The race to get vaccinations ahead of COVID variants, fan scores with TikTok NFL style reviews
- Send a sweet treat for someone special this Valentine’s Day
- Florida special ed teacher accused of having sex with student in classroom closet
- Florida fire captain accused of using paramedic to steal COVID-19 vaccines
- You may not have to pay back your stimulus checks but there are more tax changes coming