Washing hands. Is it really necessary?

Answer Yes, it's an essential way to keep from spreading diseases -- perhaps the best way you can take part of on a daily basis.

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Washing hands after urination?

Did you know that there are more germs on your keyboard than on a public toilet. So don't pee on yourself and you should be fine. But for the purpose of germs and being clean it's still a good idea... Read More »

Hand Sanitizer Vs. Washing Hands?

When it comes to personal hygiene and health precautions, is it safe to rely on hand sanitizers to fight germs or is hand washing the most effective preventative measure? Does thi... Read More »

Does washing hands remove bacteria?

On One Hand: Washing Hands Removes BacteriaAccording to the Mayo Clinic, "washing your hands frequently can help limit the transfer of bacteria, viruses and other microbes." Preventing the spread o... Read More »

Is it Necessay to Dry Your Hands After Washing?

Washing your hands removes dirt and germs from contact with various surfaces. "Drying your hands properly is as important as washing them," according to The Better Health Channel. Keep your hands c... Read More »