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According to experts, today’s hand-washing habits are disturbing. A recent study of hand-washing habits found only 5 percent of people washed their hands correctly after using the restroom…and this is the least-disturbing of all the findings.

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  • People generally only wash their hands for 6 seconds
  • Thirty-three percent didn’t use soap
  • 10 percent didn’t wash their hands at all
  • Men were less likely than women to clean their hands – Fifteen percent of men and 7
  • percent of women didn’t wash their hands at all. When they did wash
  • their hands, only 50 percent of men used soap, compared with 78
  • percent of women.
  • People were less likely to wash their hands if the sink was dirty
  • People were more likely to wash their hands earlier in the day
  • People were more likely to wash their hands if they saw a sign encouraging them to do so

The problem…

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