Do you know how many bacterias you meet every day..? Thousands! Although, our body has its own defense system and it fights most of the bacterias, you never know which bacteria would become your friend. Or unfriend! And remember, your friend could be from Africa or village in Swiss, since the bacterias are friendly and world widely. This is why you must wash your hand after top 10 things you touch!
You need them, you love them, and you touch them. The money is the most common bacterial bearing.
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Move your ass and wash your hands after touching the TV remote in your hotel room. You don’t know where people come from and what their hygienic habits are.
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Water Fountain Buttons
Water Fountain Buttons are hotbed for microorganisms.
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Warning! Escalators will try to hurt you too.
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Soaps In Public Rest Rooms
Be careful when you wanna destroy the bacteria with soap in public rest rooms, as the bacterias lives happy and fat on the public soaps.
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Hotel Pen Or Bank Pen
Take your own pen!
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Bring your pocket antibacterial soap when you drive yourself in the bus and clean them after you get off the bus.
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Blowing Your nose, Coughing Or Sneezing
Wash your hands regularly with soap and water, or using an alcohol-based product (gels, rinses, foams) that doesn’t require water – even when they aren’t visibly dirty. This is the single most effective way of killing the flu virus.
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Door Knobs From The Public Toilets
After touching the doorknob you will definitely want to wash your hands. People enter the toilets and touch the doorknob with dirty hands. Who knows what they’ve touched before?!
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Touching Ducklings Or Chicks
Contact with live poultry (chicks, chickens, ducklings, ducks, geese, and turkeys) can be a source of human Salmonella infections.
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