The FDA Is Removing Antibacterial Soaps From The Shelves. Here's What You Need To Know
January 3, 2014
Written by Joseph Stromberg for SmithsonianMag.com
A few weeks ago, the FDA announced a bold new position on antibacterial soap: Manufacturers have to show that it's both safe and more effective than simply washing with conventional soap and water, or they have to take it off the shelves in the next few years...
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