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NSU’s Julie Torruellas-Garcia, Ph.D., and Nicole Cook, Ph.D., MPA, Discuss the Spread of Bacteria Through Daily Interactions

bacteriacbs4Assistant Professor in the Farquhar College of Art and Sciences, Julie Torruellas-Garcia, Ph.D., and Assistant Professor in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, Nicole Cook, Ph.D., MPA, were interviewed by CBS 4  on Nov. 20 about the spread of bacteria through daily interactions. “Bacteria are going to be found everywhere. We live with it.  It’s on us, in us, and around us,” said Dr. Julie Torruellas-Garcia.  Our daily habits spread that bacteria all over the place, some of it good, some of it bad.” The full interview can be viewed here at: How Dirty Are the Items You Touch Everyday