Hello everyone it is a lovely day here in Newie was suppose to be 36°c but it is only 24°c so a nice temp not too hot or too cold..
I had a rocky start to the day but it was my own fault I took my insulin and my morning medication and forgot to eat so my blood glucose level dropped too low and I was feeling in a bad way by the time I got back from driving Leo to school. It didn't help that I went to the shops before I came home.
Let's move onto some gross facts.
Lots of bacteria live in your armpits and feet, they live off the sweat.
A single gram of fluid in your large intestine contains 10 trillion bacteria.
There are about 3000 microbes (tiny bacteria) on every square centimetre of a desk.
If you could get bacteria to line up in a row, 10,000 would fit across your fingernail.
A piece of chicken that is starting to smell is covered with at least 10 million bacteria per square centimetre.
A kitchen stink is home to 10,000 times more germs than a toilet.
One bacterium can turn into millions of bacteria in less than a day.
Hot water is much better than cold water at getting rid of bacteria from your hands. Most bacteria are frazzled by the heat.