Beware of risky UV disinfecting wands
Some ultraviolet (UV) disinfecting wands—pitched to kill bugs like E. coli or Salmonella on surfaces—emit unsafe levels of radiation that may injure skin or eyes in a few seconds, warns the FDA. Some wands gave off 3,000 times more UV-C than the recommended limit.
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