5-second rule exists: Food that's been dropped isn't always dangerous

5-second rule exists: Food that's been dropped isn't always dangerous

フローリングの種類,食品の安全性,トースト,トリビア,食品ネットワーク/トリシャ,インフォグラフィック,学校のアイデア,メニュー,フィクション

5-second rule exists: Food that's been dropped isn't always dangerous

5-second rule exists: Food that's been dropped isn't always dangerous

フローリングの種類,食品の安全性,トースト,トリビア,食品ネットワーク/トリシャ,インフォグラフィック,学校のアイデア,メニュー,フィクション

Carpeted surfaces were least likely to transfer bacteria, over any period of time - and this was the case for all four food types. This chart shows whether a particular food is time sensitive on each flooring type

5-second rule exists: Food that's been dropped isn't always dangerous

Carpeted surfaces were least likely to transfer bacteria, over any period of time - and this was the case for all four food types. This chart shows whether a particular food is time sensitive on each flooring type

Carpeted surfaces were least likely to transfer bacteria, over any period of time - and this was the case for all four food types. This chart shows whether a particular food is time sensitive on each flooring type

5-second rule exists: Food that's been dropped isn't always dangerous

Carpeted surfaces were least likely to transfer bacteria, over any period of time - and this was the case for all four food types. This chart shows whether a particular food is time sensitive on each flooring type

Across the board, toast was the food least likely to pick up bacteria from any of the flooring types but only if it was dry

5-second rule exists: Food that's been dropped isn't always dangerous

Across the board, toast was the food least likely to pick up bacteria from any of the flooring types but only if it was dry

Moist foods, including pasta, stock image pictured, and sweets could be picked up within the five-second window and not collect bacteria - but after five seconds, the risk of infection jumped. Tiled and laminate flooring were the worst floor types for bacteria, and transferring this bacteria to the food

5-second rule exists: Food that's been dropped isn't always dangerous

Moist foods, including pasta, stock image pictured, and sweets could be picked up within the five-second window and not collect bacteria - but after five seconds, the risk of infection jumped. Tiled and laminate flooring were the worst floor types for bacteria, and transferring this bacteria to the food


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Museum specialist Charley Potter sorts fluid preserved specimens of bats from research collections at the Smithsonian’s Museum of Natural History. Glass jars holding the specimens toppled and smashed during the Aug. 23, 2011 earthquake. Eight jars of fish specimens located at the Smithsonian’s Museum Support Center, a storage and research facility in Suitland, Md., also fell from their shelves. The specimens have been collected and re-secured in temporary holdings. (Photo by James DiLoreto)

Museum specialist Charley Potter sorts fluid preserved specimens of bats from research collections at the Smithsonian’s Museum of Natural History. Glass jars holding the specimens toppled and smashed during the Aug. 23, 2011 earthquake. Eight jars of fish specimens located at the Smithsonian’s Museum Support Center, a storage and research facility in Suitland, Md., also fell from their shelves. The specimens have been collected and re-secured in temporary holdings. (Photo by James DiLoreto)

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