Beards Are Good For Yer Elf
Daily Star|December 02, 2021
Boffins find fuzz faces less likely to carry MRSA.
Sofie Jackson

Having a bushy beard means you're three times less likely to be carrying the MRSA superbug. But you will be three times more likely to have bits of food stuck around your face. Probably.

Whiskers for Xmas like Santa so healthy

GROWING a beard like Santa Claus is good for you and can protect you from bugs this winter, a top NHS surgeon has revealed.

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