Truth – Justice – Peace – Empowerment

Ever notice that pink circle in your sink? Or at the bottom of your shower curtain?  Could even be a ring in your toilet along the water line, or the grout between the tiles in your bathtub. Most people think it’s water stains, or mold.  It’s not…it’s worse.  It’s Bacteria called S. Marcescens. S. Marcescens is a naturally occurring airborne bacteria, that’s typically found in areas that are repetitively your bathroom. It specifically occurs if you have well water, or water that is not chlorinated. It has a red pigment, and used to be used frequently in classroom science experiments because it was thought to be harmless.  Scientist have recently discovered that it’s not.

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