A recent study in the Journal of Food Research found that blowing out the candles produces 1,400 percent more bacteria in birthday cake icing than in icing not blown on.
A recent study in the Journal of Food Research found that blowing out the candles produces 1,400 percent more bacteria in birthday cake icing than in icing not blown on. Dreamstime TNS
A recent study in the Journal of Food Research found that blowing out the candles produces 1,400 percent more bacteria in birthday cake icing than in icing not blown on. Dreamstime TNS

Blowing out the candles on your birthday cake? You might wish you hadn’t

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