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Would You Eat an M&M That Fell on the Floor?

News you can use from Aaron Carroll: Perhaps no one in the United States has spent more time investigating the occurrence of bacteria on public surfaces than Charles Gerba. According to Carroll, Gerba's research tells us that it's just fine to eat food that you've dropped on the floor. This sounds suspiciously like motivated reasoning to support the stereotypical male point of view, and I'm a little curious to learn what Mrs.
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