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  1. Jennifer Ackerman, author of Ah-Choo!, on places where the common cold is likely to lurk: “We all touch elevator  buttons. There are cold hot spots that are commonly touched by people —  in the office, it’s the Xerox machine or the refrigerator handle in the  kitchen … [And] what people leave behind in hotels apart from  their spare change and bobby pins was really disheartening. Scientists  discovered that cold viruses are often left on TV remotes, pencils, door  handles — places that are frequently not really cleaned by the cleaning  crew.” (photo: iStockphoto.com) View in High-Res

    Jennifer Ackerman, author of Ah-Choo!, on places where the common cold is likely to lurk: “We all touch elevator buttons. There are cold hot spots that are commonly touched by people — in the office, it’s the Xerox machine or the refrigerator handle in the kitchen … [And] what people leave behind in hotels apart from their spare change and bobby pins was really disheartening. Scientists discovered that cold viruses are often left on TV remotes, pencils, door handles — places that are frequently not really cleaned by the cleaning crew.” (photo: iStockphoto.com)

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