We've all done it: a piece of food falls on the floor and we immediately pick it up while possibly saying "Five-second rule!" While it's been believed that eating food on the floor for five seconds isn't the greatest idea, new research from the Aston University's School of Life and Health Sciences indicates the food actually features much less bacteria when picked up right away compared to a longer period of time.
The study was performed by final year biology students and led by Anthony Hilton, Professor of Microbiology at Aston University in Birmingham, England. They monitored the transfer of the common bacteria Escherichia coli (E. coli) and Staphylococcus aureus from several indoor floor types, including carpet, laminate and tiled surfaces, to toast, pasta, biscuit, ham, dried fruit and a sticky dessert, with contact lasting between 3 and 30 seconds.
Full news: http://www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/health/new-research-suggest-five-second-rule-exists-1.1723553
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