CINCINNATI - Everyday items like cellphones and TV remote controls are must-haves for many of us, but they can also be carriers for germs that can make you and your baby sick.
Health experts recommend you regularly wipe down things like cellphones, remote controls, and even door knobs, or other household items with disinfectant cleaner.
You’re not going to keep all bacteria at bay, and keep in mind, exposing your baby to some germs helps to build their immune system.
The No. 1 piece of advice for new parents is to wash your hands.
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